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Make sure your contrast isn't set too high. Most ghosting is caused by either contrast, brightness or tint issues. Try adjusting these settings. Also check if there is a Dynamic contrast setting for your TV as well as this can cause ghosting also.
Straight from The Mits website Intro Year:
The Silver Series includes Mitsubishi's most cost-effective projection televisions, yet they outperform by wide margins many of the more expensive models of other manufacturers. With their superb picture, wide assortment of inputs and features, and highly capable system remote control, the Silver Series sets new standards for the entire industry. These exceptional performance features include the following: DIAMOND VISION Optical System 3D-Y/C Comb Filter: Delivers crisp color separations and smooth picture texture. Dynamic White Balance: Ensures color accuracy at all brightness levels. Three S-video Inputs: One in front and two on the rear panel, allowing quick and easy connection of a high-quality camcorder or video game, while simultaneously providing connections for home theater system components such as a digital satellite system and an S-VHS VCR. Component Video Input: Provides the best possible picture quality from a DVD player. 64-Point Digital Convergence Adjustment: Easy to use and provides precise color alignments. 2-Tuner Multi-PIP with Split Screen. 5-Layer Multibrand Remote Control: Allows the operation of a satellite or cable box, a VCR, a DVD player, and an AV receiver-all from one keypad. Intelligent Room Illumination Sensor (IRISþ): Automatically reduces brightness and contrast for a more pleasant viewing experience in a darkened room. Weight (approx.) - 178 lbs Power consumption - 240W
Normally, the screen control being up a little to high, would cause this problem.
If no one has worked on this unit when it started may be a sign of something else, for example, the 200 volt line may be running a little low.
Check the brightness and contrast for starters and if that doesn't help, then, the screen control would be my next step.
Hope this helps.