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Toshiba focus problem

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by shec0002, Feb 6, 2005.

  1. shec0002

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    I am having a hard time using the toshiba convergence tool to focus my monitor. It seems to me that the image on the screen is sagging in the middle. Because of this no matter how much time I take to focus the tv the red and blue guns seem to be off by a cm on the sides in random ways. I have included a link to pictures of my problem. A tech guy came to my house once under warranty to fix the tv. He messed it up more. I noticed that he was able to get a large grid to come up on the screen does anyone know how get into that mode? Has anyone had trouble with warped internal compnents with a toshiba?

    http://shecks.net/~shec0002/hometheater/focus/index.html
     
  2. Razor

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    That looks like a crt or lcd rear pro not a dlp?

    What model toshiba have you got?
     
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    Sounds like you need the CRT projection forum? Look a couple of listings down from this one.
     
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  5. shec0002

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    Thanks for the help, and link, sorry for posting on the wrong forum.
     

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