Rear-Projection Help Needed

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Ok, I'm pretty inexperienced with rear-projection televisions, but I'm
having a major problem with a 2-month old Toshiba 51" HDTV TheaterWide
rear-projection television. For the first couple of months, the television
was great- about 2 weeks ago I began experiencing a strange problem. When I
first turn the television on, the picture goes from edge to edge, however
the convergence is way out alignment. I go into the menu and run the
TouchFocus feature to bring the television convergence back into alignment.
After about 5 minutes of having the television on, the screen will start
shrinking unitl I have bars about 1.5" on each side and the convergence goes
way out of alignment again. No matter what option I use from the menu, I
cannot bring the screen back to full-size. The problem is the same no matter
what video source I use. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what may be
causing this? Please email me at jasonprussell@comcast.net




Re: Rear-Projection Help Needed
Not being facetious, but it is broken. Call the repair shop. There should be
a warranty.

Good luck,
Harvey

> Ok, I'm pretty inexperienced with rear-projection televisions, but I'm
> having a major problem with a 2-month old Toshiba 51" HDTV TheaterWide
> rear-projection television. For the first couple of months, the television
> was great- about 2 weeks ago I began experiencing a strange problem. When
I
> first turn the television on, the picture goes from edge to edge, however
> the convergence is way out alignment. I go into the menu and run the
> TouchFocus feature to bring the television convergence back into
alignment.
> After about 5 minutes of having the television on, the screen will start
> shrinking unitl I have bars about 1.5" on each side and the convergence
goes
> way out of alignment again. No matter what option I use from the menu, I
> cannot bring the screen back to full-size. The problem is the same no
matter
> what video source I use. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what may
be
> causing this? Please email me at jasonprussell@comcast.net
>
>




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