The split screen shadow remains on my 52SWX10B projection TV
My kid figured out long ago how to watch cartoons on one screen and play his PS2 on the other. The outline of the split screen stays there now when the full screen is being used and it looks like it's getting worse. It's just a shadow but it is annoying.
Is there a fix or is this permanent?
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Unfortunately, this sounds like the transition between the split screens is now burned into the phosphor of the CRT's and is permanent, unless the CRT's are replaced which would cost as much as a new TV.
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Ur tv have a convergence problems,it dead.The tv convergence board the 2 STK convergence ICS and some or all it resistors are dead.All these parts must be change to solved convergence problems.The shop will cost U $300-350 for parts and labors.
This is due to you having a projection tv, some projection tvs are really bad for game playing and especially if you have a hdtv. even in the p23 manual it says that you shouldnt use with a projection tv cause it can damage your tv's screen permanently. I personally still play mine but, thats likly the problem.
try bending the connectores slightly up and down and check if the problem will be fixed, if that seems to solve the problem purchase anothe AV cord for your PS2 also try testing your PS2 on another tv and then let's see if it will solve the problem
Ok, this is probably what has happened, you say that you have played games on your tv, well the thing is with HD and Plasma Screen tv's is that when you play Hi-Res games on them the games backdrop will burn itself into the screen, causing the screen to turn dark and not reveal the correct picture it should. People need to learn about this!!!!! Playing games on HD and Plasma tv's will screw up your resolution!!!