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Make sure your contrast isn't set too high. Most ghosting is caused by either contrast, brightness or tint issues. Try adjusting these settings. Also check if there is a Dynamic contrast setting for your TV as well as this can cause ghosting also.
Michael, does the ghosting go away of you tap the set? Or if you turn off the set and let it cool off and turn it back on, is the ghosting still here? One of the most common causes of ghosting or double image problem is due to a defective LCD panel tab. Sony's are known for this problem. I would recommend getting a diagnoses done on the set to be sure. If it turns out to be a LCD tab problem, the only true fix is to replace the panel.
Could also be that your paper is too fibrous of finish. I found this page because my typewriter was ghosting, too. I adjusted some of the settings and there was not a trace of ghosting. I put the settings back and still no trace of ghosting. Then I realized that I tested for ghosting on paper that has a much smoother finish. I was ghosting on cheap paper we use here at work. So, I don't blame the typewriter. I blame the cheap paper. My typewriter just likes good paper.
This is not a convergence problem in the traditional sense as it would effect all inputs not just one. I would be looking at the video switching IC as the defective part. I'll look up your model to try to get you more details. Are you going to attempt the repair yourself?
To bring up the "service" menu, put the TV in standby mode, then press in
Onscreen Display ( the little screen with the i+ in it ) 5
( channel number 5 ) Volume Up ( upper end of volume button ) Analogue (
middle top button )
The TV should switch on and when it's warmed up, you
should see a screen with lots of big green lettering on it.
"menu" button ( middle bottom )
Use the direction dial to move down to
"LCD Drivers" and press right on the dial to enter this menu.
to "S H Pos Reg R". It should be "10", change it to "11". ( Left/Right to adjust
) Move down to "S H Pos Reg G". It should be "10", change it to "11". Move
down to "SHPos Reg B". It should be "10", change it to "11".
menu bottom to drop out of the menus, and the standy button to drop to standby.
Switch back on, and hopefully your ghosting will be gone.