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Projection defect I have a small projection defect (looks like three sets of very small horizontal lines [approx 1/8in long and in group vertically - about 3/8in high for all three). Shows up most when a black background - appears to be color sensitive. It does not appear to be the screen itself. Need to determine how to kill the color guns (two at a time) to see if I can tie it to one particular gun. Bill Lynch tb85310@qwest.net

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Good Day;
It sounds like you may need to re-adjust your G-2 controls, located at front, remove front panels. Look for small block with screen /focus controls on item, first turn color down, reset brightness, contrast controls. Adjust until lines are at min. and picture is a good black and white (grays). Good Luck, big IRISH.

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