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Rear Projection tv problem

3 colour Split on rear projection TV

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  • Slothaa Apr 27, 2009

    Philips 51" CRT Rear-Projection HDTV, Model: 51PP9200D37. having problems with seeing picture due to red , green and blue not mixing correctly and u can see all colors very deeply on the screen next to each other.

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This is a problem with convergence. Please post the make and model and further details can be provided.
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Dan

Posted on Apr 18, 2008

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