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Jvc 27'' TV is too dark

The picture is too dark and cannot turn brightness lighter.

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There are two small holes on the rear side through which you can adjust focus and screen. Use a flash light and locate the two adjustable slots inside the holes. This part carries high voltage. Do not use a metal screwdriver to adjust. Put the TV facing a mirror so you can see how it works. Do not turn more than 1/8th of a turn. The focus control makes picture sharp or fuzzy. Screen control could change brightness. While watching the picture in the mirror, slightly adjust the screen control. Do not turn too much. If it doesn't work, then call a JVC authorized repair center.

Posted on Jan 28, 2010

  • derbridgena Oct 31, 2010

    Thanks I know this post is old but it worked for me my TV was so dark when I watched some movies and some shows. Now it is fine and like new!! Thanks!

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