Question about Televison & Video
Posted by Anonymous on
You'll need to do a "Convergence" procedure on your television, which re-trains the
three color guns to focus on a single point, correcting the double-image problem.
This link points to a how-to video & also how-to instructions:
The procedure is actually in the instruction manual for your TV, and at least one mfr recommends that
this procedure be performed on the TV once each month.
Cost to you: $zero
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