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HI I just talked to you about Phillips projection

I took off front panel there is no controls up there, F.Y.I. had to unscrew front panel from inside TV. There is two sets of knobs on back with blue,green and red one saye focus and the other says screen.The one that says screen seems to make brighter and the other one focus the crosshair would move down and up but not left or right. There is a knob right on the base of projectors that looks like you would use wrench or socket to adjust something. Thanks Adam

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  • ar2004 Aug 28, 2008

    Thanks for your help looks like it's over my head there is three boards in my set and lots of wires too much for a rookie. Is 300-400 reasonable to fix this at my home?

  • ar2004 Aug 28, 2008

    2004

  • ar2004 Aug 28, 2008

    Ok thanks for all your help

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You may have a buily in board which means youll have to replace it,,,its in the back of the tv almost in the middle and should say convergence on it the board runs about 80.00

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  • Ronnie Houston Aug 28, 2008

    what year is it?

  • Ronnie Houston Aug 28, 2008

    yes it wouold definately be worth the cost to repair it its barely 4 years old i would say yes fix it

  • Ronnie Houston Aug 28, 2008

    you are more than welcome feel free to contact me any time you need help ron

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