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Night or dark scenes are too black

The problem I am having is that the night scenes in TV shows are so black that they actually look almost like a negative in a film. It is digital cable with no HDTV and setting the brightness or any other setting to compensate does not help. The TV is about 3 yrs old but it I have had this "problem" from the beginning.

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Take your set to a tech for adjustment of the focus.

Posted on Apr 03, 2007

  • John Schuholz Dec 21, 2011

    the solution above is incorrect. This is a fairly simple fix. take the front cover off, remove the black cover with the screws, loosen the crt socket board screws, ane gently remove crt driver boards and re-insert them back and forth a couple of times. then make sure they are on firmly and re-tighten screws. Your set is fixed. re-install front covers. manually re-align set and your ready to relax.

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