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FTAO Toshiba RPTV service menu gurus

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Radioactive__Man, Oct 5, 2003.

  1. Radioactive__Man

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    Owned my 46" RPTV for about 3 years now, and recently bought a Cyrus DVD8.

    Feel the time is now right for a proper "tune up" of my set

    Anyone able to impart the info required for service menu alterations, or better still someone with the necesarry experience able to visit me in West Lothian, expenses etc paid, free pick up etc etc

    regards
    Stephen
     
  2. nathan_silly

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    I've posted quite a few threads..do a search for

    SVM Disable
    RP Lining
    Optical focus (also read Demon thread)
    Mechanical focus
    Convergence
     
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    Stephen,
    There's nothing you can't do yourself - read up on what you want to do and just follow Nath's excellent posts.

    Its daunting if you have never attempted this sort of thing before but its not difficult in any way. Just read up on it, think about what you want to do, have a look inside the Tosh and then have another read and another think - it will all come together in your mind and you'll be ready to tackle it.

    The end results will be like chalk and cheese!

    Edit - I'm not a Guru and you certainly don't have to be one to tackle this sort of thing. If you are sufficiently interested in getting the best display from your set then its essential that you learn how to do it - its also fun, its easy and its VERY rewarding!


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