My RCA 56" HDTV is about one year old. All the text that shows up on the screen is out of focus or blurry. It was fine the night before. I went in and reset the auto convegance, and everything matches up fine. It's not my cable box, because I disconnected it and the channel numbers and menu text is still hard to read.
Behind the front grill is a door with 4 t20 torque screws in it, remove that & to the left will be a screen/focus block, three knobs will be for tube intensity STAY AWAY FOM THOSE. the other three will be your focus for each tube
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If the text on your Epson EB-S05 projector is appearing blurry or shadowed, there are several possible causes and solutions to consider:
Check the focus: Make sure the projector is in focus by adjusting the focus ring. If the text still appears blurry, try adjusting the position of the projector or the screen.
Check the resolution: If the input resolution of your projector does not match the native resolution of your display or screen, the text may appear blurry or shadowed. Check the resolution settings on both your projector and your device to make sure they match.
Check the cables: If the cables connecting your projector to your device are old or damaged, they may cause interference or display issues. Try replacing the cables with new ones and see if that improves the text clarity.
Check the lamp: If the lamp on your projector is old or damaged, it may cause the image to appear dim or blurry. Check the lamp hours and replace the lamp if necessary.
Check the settings: Make sure that the brightness, contrast, and other settings on your projector are properly adjusted. Experiment with different settings to find the optimal image quality.
If none of these solutions work, it may be necessary to consult the Epson customer support or to take the projector to a professional technician for repair.
Well you need to look at the manufacture for this as we do not have diagrams here for TV as there old the newer ones I can find but the older oneswe do not have copies anymore due to the digital conversion.
there are 3 things that will make your tv go blurry, the focus and screen control assembly , the high voltage splitter and the horizotal transformer and that is only if all three tubes are blurry.if only one tube is blurry, more than likely the tube itself is bad.