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Topic # 31853 1-Apr-2009 18:59
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hi there,


 


i am quite new to geek zone... i have an issue with my samsung rear projection tv model number sp42q2..


 


it comes up with red and green colouring around the primary picture and sort of bows in at the edges. i had a comment from some one saying that it just needed to be converged with the remote or the chips need doing but i have no knowledge on how to do either and the cost also..


 


please help me!!!!! (as no 1 in the chatroom was kind enough to help)


 


THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!


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  Reply # 204769 1-Apr-2009 19:10
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If you read the manual it should tell you how to adjust the convergence.

I haven't done it on one of these particular TV's but typically you'll get a grid appear on screen and just need to align all 3 colours.




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  Reply # 204870 2-Apr-2009 11:04
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it only has a self focus button that apparently deals with the whole convergence situation but everytime i press that button it says check factory data???????



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  Reply # 204871 2-Apr-2009 11:04
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it only has a self focus button that apparently deals with the whole convergence situation but everytime i press that button it says check factory data???????

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