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Ghost image on sony lcd 5 years old

I have a sony KF-50XBR800 lcd projection tv with a ghost image problem
mostly when words or the menu is on I have tryed everything that the image revision has to offer in the menu area
please help

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  • Anonymous Apr 26, 2008

    Did the V pos D Tweak. Works great! I press mute, then enter. All is ok. However when I restart the TV. Ghosting is back! I changed 30 ~ 31. But after a few minutes - turn on the TV. And it always goes back to 30!!! I did the tweak 10 times or more. always works!, but does not appear to save! (I do not press the mute and enter botton at the same time). Is there some knid of auto-correct feature I have to turn off or something? Any help would be Great. As a note: I am in Japan and my TV is called KL-50DX700 it seems to be similar to KP-60ws500. anyway, Sony service came and said I needed to change my LCD block etc... $700.00 or more they said! I started looking for a solution and found this tweak into the SM. Great! works great! Picture is fantastic again! But, please any help on permently saving!!!??? I would be very greatful!

  • alpineslider Jun 04, 2008

    I too have the KF-50XBR800 and the ghosting problem. None of the image revision settings seem to fully correct the issue. Auto and "3" seem to be the best, but I can't make any changes to the V position as the other respondent mentions due to my source input being HD. Anyone else had success correcting the ghosting

  • bmajornow Jan 31, 2009

    Same Sony TV, same problem. Auto works best but still there. 1-4 are worse. What is the "V pos" tweak?

  • kostia Jan 31, 2009

    Same problem. Also 5 years old...

  • Anonymous Feb 27, 2009

    I have the same problem, %0" screen, 5 years old, XBR

  • mengle23 Mar 16, 2009

    how can this be repaired without replacing the optics block?? I have a 50" sony lcd projection tv. model # KF-50we610

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Just getting back-the V pos tweak works! Just be exact in the proceduere.

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This problem is a defect in the optics block. There is however an adjusment procedure to correct this problem. Please send me and email to misssiontracetv@msn.com and I will send you back the detailed alignment process on Monday.

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