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Good Day, debdrayton1;
It sounds like the projection TV needs a simple B & W (black white) tracking adjustment. It will depend what kind of TV you may have, where those adjustments are. Can I guees that you have a Sony TV, if so there in the front of TV. It might be worth that you call an Athorized Service Center and come to your home and do the service but have them guive you an estimate before they do the repair.
Good Luck, big IRISH.

Posted on Aug 16, 2008

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