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Sometimes I find internal lenses be glass, like 1 of the 4 inside the lens barrel. But have never seen the lenses that are actually exposed face up being glass, only plastic. Very soft and vulnerable to scratches - or scuffs, which are thousands of tiny scratches at once.

How are you getting your signal to your set? If it's with component, how is the SAP audio getting there? It has to be encoded in whatever signal your set receives. Using your set's tuner, with channel 3 picking up your cable box's RF modulated signal or your antenna feeding your set's tuner via the coax, you would not be getting HD.

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A little further towards perfection...

Thanks for all your help Mr. Bob, much appreciated!

So here are my final results for now with the mirror cleaned and focus re-adjusted at mid light level... I did have the optics completely removed and cleaned under them...

After getting that done, lately my time spent on it was trying to get convergence perfect; problem is, I tried your trick of lowering the master contrast in sm and in std and comp value by half and it doesn't apply when working in convergence. If I leave service menu, the changes takes efffect, then when I go back in convergence service menu and hit the yellow button, it's full tilt boogie again... Is there something I am doing wrong and that's just how it is?

I attached a picture of my convergence screenshot, now where I am stuck is at mid left side of the screen in the middle I have some green line showing but the adjusting dots are on both side of those lines which seems to far because those ones are good... so how can I go to fix that...im stuck? Anybody got this problem before? :/


On another nore, for recalibrating the energies to the gun and all that, I do have a Xrite Colormunki Display color analyser and could probably figure a way to use that? If I do grayscale with it, what would be my next and final step?
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