Flickering tv screen when playing playstation games.
I have bought a new Toshiba 15"LCD television (15VL63) and a new playstation 2. I have set up the TV and it has a good picture. I connected the PS2 and it plays dvds fine, but flickers really badly when playing the playstation games. (PS2 games play a little bit better than PS1 games) I connected the PS2 to another TV (not LCD) and it works fine. I have tried configuring the screen but it made no difference. I feel that it is something to do with the flat screen but dont know what the problem is. Please can anyone suggest what I could do to solve the problem. Thanks.
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Re: Flickering tv screen when playing playstation games.
I don't think it's a configuration problem at all. I do think that the set is not adjusting to the correct format.
Most Stores have 30 day return policy. If it's over 30 days then they may not take it back. If you bought it online, then, the return may be difficult.
If the return is not possible, then, contact Toshiba online and find a local Toshiba authorized servicer in your area.
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- Flickering screen
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