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Picture is not crisp

Ever since we purchased our tv, we have not gotten a crisp picture. It seems that there is always a haze around the picture. We do not have cable, but have attached an HD Tuner and HD antena. Neither fixed the problem. Any suggestions?

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Did you purchase new? Convergence may be off, try the menu and look for a convergence adjustment.

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