Question about Mitsubishi WS-65905 65" Rear Projection Television
I like to tinker with everything, but a large investment like this one, is not for the fainted heart. Picture this: If you were to watch a plastic screen and you suddenly bend the right and left side in, the middle looks okay but a littles streched out. In addition, the green and red colors are not linning up correctly. It looks like a double image. Since "" good Guy's" went out of business, we no longer have warranty. We have Had regular maintanance up until last year. Irecently opened the front panel to blowout and vacum all dust, but I did not touch a thing. All the cleaning was done after the Televioson stopped working properly. I hope you can help, and appreciate your kind wisdom. Thank You, Ricky
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