As a matter of fact I've worked on more crt projectors (many of which were 80's machines) than you could imagine. I told you I am not familiar with that specific model so I don't know what panels need taken off etc etc for your machine but I gave you general information on what to do. I was the only one to give you any assitance whatsoever and spoke the truth but instead of thanking me you call my response "just less than condeceding". Sometimes the truth hurts, but everything I have said is correct.
Wow... Well you're welcome anyway I guess.
As for not adjusting the thing because it's 26 years old, well, that is just wrong. Poor thing needs adjustment every single time it's moved, and typically every six months a touchup is required. You should do a full convergence and clean everything and adjust everything but I guess it's up to you if you would rather watch a projector that hasn't been converged cleaned or adjusted in 26 years.
Yes I can be short, and I can be a smartass, but I'm also helping people I don't even know, for free, with nothing to gain other than for my love of the hobby. In other words try not to bite the only hand that feeds you.
I'm guessing you need more info to do this right and since I'm not patient enough to type 10 pages to tell you how to do it all, maybe you should go to www.curtpalme.com
and download the free manuals for sony 10xx machines like a 1042q or similar. The basics of how it works and how it's adjusted are the same. If you love the machine as much as you say you should take care of it properly. That includes cleaning and adjusting it.http://www.eboyztoyz.com/article.php?ncat=00132
also has lots of good basic info for fixing up an old machine.
By the way things from the 80's are not antiques. It's older than what most here have but it's not old enough to be called an antique and you can still find them used, and still working, quite inexpensively. You can have this thing working like new or not. Up to you. The absolute worst thing for projectors is giving them no maintenance at all and just letting them fill with dust and grime until they kill themselves.
There, I was more helpful and I tried to keep the condecending part to a minimum.