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I have a Panasonic rear projection tv Model# PT-51G54A that the picture is very dark on. I've tried turning up all in-set settings with the factory remote, but was not enough to fix the problem. What can you tell me? Thanks for your help up front!

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Please tell me what to do if the picture is to dark.

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