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Press the "Menu" button on the remote control and use the arrow buttons to scroll down to the "Parental Guide" option, then press the "Enter" button. Type in the default parental code "6688" if you have not set your own code. If you have set your own code, type it in. If you set your own code and forgot it, override it by using "6688." Use the arrow keys to switch the parental lock to "OFF." This allows all programs to be viewed no matter the rating. Press the "Exit" button on the remote and start watching all your channels
I was able to get a good picture by doing the following. Using your PF 2025-3225 remote:
Press the volume to zero
Pressmute on the remote and hold (tv should say mute)
hold the menu buttuon on the tv
There are 10 menus as you press the arrow buttons, go to the first with anything "H". you will use the "e/wide" and "H" item also Trapzium and the parabolic setting and slowly use these until you get the desired quality.
The go to the "V" menu and adjust carefully until you get the desired quality. Do not adjust anything that is already set to 1 or 0, If you do and you get a blank or lined acreen just press the opposite arrow and it should go back to your picture.
Power off and on after you see a good picture.
You could use your cable guide or DTV Playlist as your picture as they have alot of items in the corners. that is how I did it, it worked for now.
i have done some research on this and have come up with this:
1. the tv itself has no manual picture adjustments it is all done automaticaly even if you go inside the actual case of the tv there just is no way to physicaly adjust this.
2. i think it is called "blooming" from what i have been told this is a problem with the high voltage circuits going to your tube
3. it would be more worth it to get a new tv or just deal with the picture loss rather than get it fixed.
i could be wrong on all accounts but that is what i have found through researching the same issue.
if there is a way to fix this i would love to know as well