Moving RPTV

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Massimo N, Aug 23, 2002.

  1. Massimo N

    Massimo N Stunt Coordinator

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    I hope someone can reassure me. Next week I’m moving into a new home [​IMG] and I’m worried about my RPTV (Toshiba 57HX81). My dedicated HT room is on the second floor (room above garage), so my movers are in for a little bit of work.
    My question is can I re-calibrate the tv right away, or do I have to wait a while before I can re-calibrate?
    The TV has well over 200 hours on it, so it’s past the initial break in. I know the move (even though it’s an in-town move) may through out the geometry, focus, and convergence.
    Any experience is much appreciated.
     
  2. Jim FC

    Jim FC Stunt Coordinator

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    You should always let your TV warm up for at least half an hour before calibrating it, but other than that there's no reason you couldn't calibrate it right after they put it down. If the movers have an appliance dolly there shouldn't be many problems.
     

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