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Re: blurred picture with lot of static
This model has a chronic problem with the crt socket arcing and causing this problem. The only true fix is to replace the crt socket locate on the small bd. that plugs on the back of your picture tube. You can however have some success by locating the focus control on the flyback transformer and slighly adjusting it until the unit stops arcing. If you are not familiar with high voltage safety then please have a qualified service tech perform this repair.
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The power source is forced to deliver more power than what it's rated for because the capacitors have aged and have started to lose their insulating properties so much that when heated by the normal functioning a lot of current is wasted thru them - they start to act like a short. You must replace all of them ASAP or they will fail and the entire tv will be fried.
you must open the back cover of tv, and then things you should do is set "SCREEN" adjustment on the flyback transformer. you must turn it counterclockwise to reduce and decrease the level of screen brightness. turn screen adjustment gradually until the horizontal blanking lines disappear from the screen. and blurred images will be sharp again
This status could be caused by the volume limiter inside the unit thus causing static, thus you will need to have it repaired. The cost of this repair ranges from $50-$90 bucks depending on the actul cost of the part causing the interference,
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Sopundspretty daft I know but I have been caught out in this way too. If it's a new camera and been blurry all the time make absolutely sure there is no fine protective cover over lens or particularly the screen. Sounds silly but just a faint chance! Good luck. Judging by the number of problems it looks as though it's time to bring back the old style 'proper' cameras, don't you think? "Grumpy Old Man".
1. What is the focal length of lens you are using?
2. Is the blur occurring with lens with a lower focal length than the telelens?
3. Do you still get a blur when you use the telelens with a tripod or a firm base?