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Brightness Even whith the brightness control maxed picture is far too dark. Some scenes cannot be seen. Is there any way to brighten the picture?

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  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2007

    it's possible bout the capacitor but techman's solution worked for now thanks

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    picture is dark even with brightness all the way

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Yes there is, you can very carefully take off the back of front speaker grill and the wood cover behind this. There you will see several controls I think six total, three on the top and three right below it, you want to turn up whats called the three screen controls for the red blue and green but you will need a B & W picture on the TV so you can balance the greay scale. if you do not balance the grey scale the TV will not look good. if you do not think you can do this adjustment properly, please play it safe and call in a tech to do these adjustment for you. Good Luck

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Theres a leaky capacitor on it a path ways to CRT board. if your not inclined with this job contact for service... gud luck!

Posted on Mar 26, 2007

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