Question about Proscan PS52800 52" Rear Projection Television
Hello~ That is the message I get when I try to execute auto-convergence. It fails to detect one of my sensors whatever that means. It also recommends making the room darker and trying again. That's not it. I don't notice a color problem though, if that's what convergence is. The model is RCA MM52100 from 2001. It has a serious overscan problem (top and bottom), the picture has always been too dark, and it's out of focus at the perimeter. Otherwise it's wonderful. Can someone point me in the right direction? The set is watchable, so I don't think it's too major. I'd like to get a picture that someone might buy so I don't have to pay to have it hauled away. Anybody? Thanks.
The overscan would certainly cause auto convergence failures since the beam the CRT's shoot out are on the corners and upper center and lower center. Being too dark can also cause issues since one of the CRT beams might not be bright enough for the sensors to register. I would first have someone adjust the vertical size if the top and bottom of the frame are somewhat cutoff.
Posted on Feb 19, 2007
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