Could doing that make it worse? I guess what I would do is display the pattern from my Home Theater setup disc and see if rocking it or banging the front or back would settle the optical block so the pincushioning is gone. But if it could make it worse, it might not be worth the chance. Or, since it would only involve jostling the optical block and not removing it, I could maybe venture inside by removing the back again and jiggle the optical block as best I can, and then turn on the TV with the video pattern and see if it fixes it. Sounds like a Saturday afternoon project. [ This mess ..
Push or pull the top of the set? Like rock it back and forth? Getting to the optical block is quite a chore for minor pincushioning. I tried doing that once and after getting the back off and seeing what was involved, I didn't go any further. That was for the purple shadowing issue that I was finally able to fix by ordering the agoraquest instructions.
I have a KF-50XBR800 RPTV with the Service Manual. I can't figure out which Service Menu Category and Item Number to use to correct the fact that the top of my image is narrower than the bottom of the image when using a widescreen display pattern to correct the horizontal and vertical positions and sizes. I want to straighten it out so it's perfectly rectangular, not an isosceles trapezoid. I've searched the Internet and here, and 2170D-1 and 2170D-2 don't seem to be the right menu screens, as some have suggested, because none of the Items chosen result in any changes when the data number is ..
Premium Membership is the best $12 I've spent in a long time. Our KF-50XBR800 lamp burned out, and I had just come across the discussion here about the ghosting problem we'd been living with since July 2009 (and it was getting worse). So I joined as a Premium member, requested the Image Revision Adjustment package, and waited for my replacement lamp to arrive. It came today and I put in the new lamp, then followed the Image Revision instructions and - our TV is new again! No ghosting! Thanks, everyone! [ This message was edited by: esweiss on 2012-04-23 12:59 ]
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