The picture of my Sony E530 monitor after a while turn to blurred (bad focus) in an instant. No transition. It becomes blurred suddenly. I can put an end to this state if I turn off the monitor with the main switch, wait the LED goes out, than turn on again. The frequency of this fault is varying from 10 minutes to 5 hour. There's no other problem with the monitor. (Manufactured: 2002-04; Ser. no.: 6015233; Model: CPD-E530)
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That sounds like the focus is going out of specification due to a dry solder joint or bad connection. Checking the EHT distribution box for a bad connection could be fruitfull. Use utmost care as lethal voltages are at this point! If the picture recovers slowly it could be a tube base problem. I don't think it will be much other than the Focus voltage is going up and down.
You need to practice the correct shutter button technique. You need to press the shutter button half-way and wait for the focus to lock (it will beep) and then, when the moment is right, press the rest of the way for an instant picture with no "lag time".
For best pictures, you need to set your PC video resolution to the native resolution of this monitor, which is 1280x1024 @60Hz. Try that first before opening up the monitor to look for bad components.
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make sure there is no flower icon on bottom left corner of screen-very common on sony to hit macro button to turn on by accident and you will get blur-only for extreme closeup-hit flower button to turn off if on and let me know if that was the problem
Things to check before you assume it is a mechanical issue-you can get vibration message if flash is disabled, be sure also that the macro mode is not enabled-this is very common on sony cameras to turn on by accident-flower button on camera will put in close up mode and you will get blur make sure no flower is present on lcd screen-if in macro press button on camera w/flower to turn off-also in menu you have continuous and monitor auto focus settings try changing one or the other and see what happens
hi there, its a decousing problem, look for the connection of the decousing which is connected behined the pic tube to the board. check some electronic parts, it may be temperature resistor, termistor, transistors, capacitor, etc.ty