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Could you provide more information? Make/model of the tv? There are numerous sites that can provide this. For instance if I want a remote for a Sony Bravia KDL48W600B I would type that into the browser like so with quotatations:
"Sony Bravia KDL48W600B" manual
This guarantees a more accurate search for the specific topic in quotations and then a 'manual' for it. If you provide me the information I'll look it up for you.
Visit the site named 'Electro-help' for
more details. Click this link. View it in
"Timeslide" option, which can be selected from the drop down box
menu by the [Sidebar] tag, at the top left corner of the display
window. It will make search easy. There
are more than 1100 posts to different brand TVs now. Pull up older posts there.
The world is full of free, useful information but schematics for tv sets are not part of the equation. If you want them, you usually have to pay for them. Maybe if you post the specific problem you're having, I can help point you in the right direction as far as fixing it. Schematics don't fix tv's, people do.
I've been looking into this myself as I've also recently purchased the KDL-40W4000. I was watching a murky old film and was getting a bit of sludgy ghosting but found that by reducing the contrast to 25, setting the backlight on low, colour on neutral and the brightness about 40-60 (and taking ALL advanced noise functions off), this reduced the ghosting considerably.
BUT, this is quite a cool and dark image. If you watch standard TV and films mainly, a variation of the Cinema setting is probably the best overall setting i.e.
colour temp: Warm 2 (although Warm 1 is less yellow and still fine)
noise reduction: off
mpeg nr: off
contrast enhancer: off
colour space: standard