I have a Sony KV-36FS100 Wega TV, the picture seems to sag on the right half of the screen. This is not really noticeable when something is full screen, when when something is in widescreen format, it looks as if the right side is sagging a little. There is a larger gap at the top of the screen, and a smaller gap at the bottom of the screen. It looks like this starts maybe about two thirds of the way to the right of the TV, with there being about a half inch shift downward by the time it gets to the right edge of the tv. In Full screen you can also notice it if there is a graphic that goes across the screen in a straight line.
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Re: Sone TV Picture not aligned.
This looks like Pincushion problem. nothing you can do. Only a Trained technecian can do this adjustment to reproduce a perfectly aligned image. It requires a pattern Generator and other tools. call the company tech.
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I too would like to know the solution to this question...we are having the identical problem and Sony doesn't seem to know how to fix it. Although, the picture from the DVD player is perfect, the pictures for cable & video games are terrible. Very frustrating!
Hi.. Sorry to hear that the Picture is freezing..
Here are some of the steps that you can try:
*Try to connect a different video source with the TV like DVD Player, Blu-ray player and check.
*If the issue persists, disconnect the power cord and reconnect to a different wall outlet without the Power surge protector.
* If the issue persists, you need to contact the nearest service center to fix this.
Yes, you were correct many LCD TVs have problems compared to this TV.
This is due to problem in deflection area and power supply section malfunction. Make one general service by technical person immediately to avoid major transformer failure problem. Since this is initial stage, the cost of repair is probably less.