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Help with 28LS60

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by astonbilla, Mar 6, 2003.

  1. astonbilla

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    Guys help,

    I bought an ls60 to replace my JVC 28", the image is indeed sharper though im not sure if DVDs look as good.

    Anyway, whilst watching it last night i noticed the screen was caved in on both sides.



    Now i'm hoping this is only geometry and can be fixed via the service menu. The only thing that scared me was you could still see an image on the brighter bits, is this normal? and if i use pincushion will they move back out of the way? They are white when the screen is grey and dark, dark purple on a black screen. Image attached, please help guys i can't stand the thought of returning another TV.

    Also what is the pincushion setting called in the service menu?

    Thanks

    Bill
     

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  2. lentini

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  3. astonbilla

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    cheers lentini

    can anyone or has anyone posted their deflection settings here.
     
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    There is no point, it is different for everyone - each set is unique.

    Looks like your geometry problems are symmetrical, so should be easily fixed.
     

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