The color is messed up...like pictures are really bright colored. Also...it's hard to describ...but like if I open a window...then close it...you can still see it faintly(on the desktop or on whatever other window that might be open). I hope that makes sence...
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You may have a picture reset button available to you in your menu choices under display or picture. If not you will see a menu with color, contrast and brightness or something along those lines. With your remote make all of the settings for these the same with them set in the middle of the virtual slider. That will even you out and you can adjust to taste from there.
Their is a CRT fluid that keeps the three lenses cool ontop of the tubes. The fluid goes bad after a few years and causes what you describe.
see if there is a "default" option, if not set everything back to the middle, if the colors are still off you sure its not the convergence?
most big screens allow you to change "color temperature" it's like a default adjustment for 3 different brightness levels.... ie...COOL, WARM picture will show obvious changes in brightness
It really depends on what YOUR eyes are pleased with - if 50 looks good to you, that's where it should be. It seems like you might be afraid of messing up something - don't worry, you can't hurt the TV by adjusting the customer controls :-) You might try a little experimenting - kicking them up to 75 might give you a brighter and more pleasing picture. I've been a TV technician for years, and I generally like the brightness and contrast up almost to the maximum (I like a bright picture as opposed to a "warm" one), with the color and hue adjusted for an accurate reproduction of facial tones. But the bottom line is what YOU want - feel free to experiment, you can't hurt anything as long as you don't start taking out screws :-)