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Shadowy images when turned on the picture produces a shadowy image of menu or what ever your watching and you can see the red green and blue lines of the shapes

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    when i pull up the menu you can see the menu as well as a double looking like a shadow of it and the previous owner was a smoker

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Send me more information, but of what I understand from above, either convergence needs adjusting OR dusty mirror and lens behind screen.

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    Scott Jun 12, 2008

    The screen on the front should come off and there should be a mirror in the back. Use windex or something to clean it and reassemble to see if that helps. You also might clean off the CRT lenses as they may be full of dust as well.

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