Panasonic 53" hdtv widescreen cleaning

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  1. Jordan Herzlich

    Jordan Herzlich Auditioning

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    I was wondering if anyone can help me. I have had a Panasonic 53" widescreen hdtv - not lcd or plasma that has its video input from a Cablevision Scientific Atlanta Explorer hdtv box. The tv is around 2 and a half years old. I have noticed that the picture is getting a little fuzzy and I want to correct this.

    I have a 42" LCD Sony that I got recently and with the lcd there is a bulb that is to be replaced every 2 years or so. If anyone can recommend the best way I can "clean" my hdtv- non lcd picture through either a bulb replacement or opening the back of the tv and dusting the internal back of the set I would appreciate it.

    Right now the high def channels still look good but the analog channels are somewhat fuzzy and I think there has to be some cleaning method with a hdtv set almost 3 years old. Thanks in advance for any help.

    Jordan
     
  2. Michael TLV

    Michael TLV THX Video Instructor/Calibrator

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    Greetings

    YOu provided your own answer. Open up the back and dust it yourself.

    May also want to do a convergence of the image ... service level of course.

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  3. Jordan Herzlich

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    Michael, what do you mean by Service level request for the convergence?

    Thanks, Jordan
     
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    i believe that means the manual, multi point convergence, as opposed to just pressing the converge button, and doing it automatically.
    I will second that convergence too! auto converge is crap, you gotta do it yourself
     

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