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Dim and blurry

My tv worked great until I moved it to my son's room. After hooking it up, the picture was dim and the lettering, logos, channel #s, menu, anything with words, including the satelite menu, is blurry. After messing with the controls, I got a decent picture, but couldn't help the blurriness. Thanks....

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Try adjusting the focus control located on the flyback of the tv. good luck

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