I seem to have an issue with the color changing very slightly every 10-20 seconds on my HCN5527W(purchased Oct 2003, warranty just ended Oct 2007). It's not very noticable but I do see it especially when I change channels and the banner at the bottom (Blue - with channel description etc.. ) seems to change slightly and causes the picture to look more tinted. It eventually returns to normal, but will become tinted, then back to normal. Also, the perfect focus appears to get to 41%, and never seems to be able to get to 100%. The manual option appears to be fine for both the Red and Blue. Not sure if there is an issue with this as well. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
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I'm having a similar problem with my denon dp-300f. It seems to *ever so slightly* increase or decrease in speed (and therefore pitch)...I might not even notice it very often if I wasn't listening to my favorites. I have not found a solution to this problem, but my hunch is related to the power source. Meaning: I think the voltage output by my apartment is slightly sagging (<120V, AC ~60Hz...which most appliances can deal with) and this affects the speed of the motor that drives the belt. I'm looking into isolating this factor. I'll let you know.
pwr off + display + 5 + (+vol) + pwr on You must do all within 1 second. 1&4 move thru settings, 6&3 chg value, muting & enter saves chgs.
Your code access could differ.
In the menu note down all existing settings.
Make small adjustments and watch what happens if not in right direction reset that particular option to original value before you changed. In those menus you can bend, shift hor. and vert., etc.
But be warned only slight adjustments and write down start values before experimenting. Or you can get in to serious trouble.
Good secret service menues keep an access counter for manufacturer/dealer to see how many times it was used.
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you can change it on the fly as you print or go to the start/settings/printers/ (then open your printer ) on the printer menu at the top .... select printer /printer preferences and make the changes you want
sometimes new RAM and old RAM develop some kind of compatibility issue due to slight variations in them.... it is something like the system gets accustomed to what it was before and refuse to adapt properly to change...
you have three color tubes in this set and they are RED< BLUE, Green, I would check 200v line going to CRT's. You may just have a loose connection. you can move around slightly and see if you see a change. Be carefull thou, not to damage anything else. Check to see if CRT boards are on neck of tube(press upward slightly) Hope this helps