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Picture is out of focus regardless of what is inputting, ie: vga,coax or composite rca. Is there a focus adjustment that can be made thru the back case?

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Yes most of all tv's have focus blocks or Flybacks with screen and focus controls on them. Some sets have it where you can do it with back of set attached and some you have to take back off to adjust. Either way you have to be very careful, because you are dealing with High Voltage and can harm you as well as your set. It will be marked Focus and the other will be screen, Scr. is what lights or Darkens a set. Do not move this unless it is needed. You will need a mirror or someone looking and tell you to stop.

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