Question about Mitsubishi VS-45609 TV
If you are getting stretching or swirling in one area of the screen it could be a couple of things. One it could be that the projector as this appears to be a rear projection unit can be going out or that its loosing the ability to guide the beam to that area of the screen. I think either way the most economical solution would be to purchase a replacement unit as a newer unit will also consume way less power especially if you look for one that has the energy star logo on the product.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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