My projection television seems to have a "double vision" in the picture. I have cleaned the lense covers, but what more do I need to look into? The picture seems to overlap making it very difficult to read words on the screen. Help....Thanks,
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What model is your tv? Panasonics have a 'self-alignment' system in the menu, or a manual alignment that the menu will actually walk you through. Other System's will be able to do that also, such as Hitachi.
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Could be pin correction circuit or your picture tubes could be worn out . Sometimes when the crt's get weak the edges seem not as clear as the center of the screen . Give model number if you think the pin correction may be your problem but, the tv is pretty old and avg. life for them is 12 to 15 years when the picture tubes start to degrade . Good luck
The double vision is from bad convergance ic's and posibly some support resistors or pico fuses. if you are not an electronics tech I suggest to have one do it. the ICs can range from $45.00 to $60.00 each and is suggested to replace both of them. some mitsies had one IC which I cant remember how much it was. tech charges vary. some prices may be $150.00 to $300.00 shop around.