Mitsubishi big screen,

Greetings to alt.home.repair Thank you for taking the time to read this post. For the last four hours I've been reading page after page ,searching for a little advice on what if anything,I can do myself to correct a problem I'm having with my Mitsu.big screen?. You guys here on this site know what you're talking about, I know this must be so, all the replies to folks ( like myself) that know nothing what so ever about T V repair, are not only informative,but easy to understand for us wannabees. I would be most grateful, for any advice in regards to the problem I'm having with my Big screen ,The problem is this, the horizontal jumps,or bounces! when the program being watched(any prog.)changes sceens,or when graffics appear on the screen,. You can have a perfect picture, then all of a sudden its like the horizontal is out of adjustment like fluttering,or bouncing. The movement stops when the next sceen comes,and it's back to the perfect picture again, and so on.This fluttering is always happening when any type of words or graffics come up. There must be some kind of simple adjustment,that I can do myself, but there are no horizontal or vertical adjustment control knobs on this T.V. nor any mention of how to adjust these functions in the maual, do I have to call a service guy just to adjust the horizontal? The set is about ten yrs old,I'm on cable, One more thing, and there's not much that can be done about this is way the audio level changes at the commercial,! it gets so loud at the com. that I can hardly ever watch late night T,V any more because it wakes everybody up at night if I'm not quick to hit the mute button! So there it is ,Again ,thanks for your time, Sincerly Elwood, P. S. may god bless all our troops in iraq, and everywhere ,every single one of them is a hero,their bravery and courage is what makes me proud to be an American!
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TVs now are adjusted without using dials or knobs on the back. Most are adjusted internally by a tech. Some are adjusted by entering service codes with the remote and making the adjustment in a similar manner to adjusting the sound volume. Without the service codes, you may not be able to adjust it.
Actually, from the number of problems you seem to be having, your TV may be on its last legs and be due for a replacement. Modern electronics work for a long time without any need for service, but once problems start, they need new circuit boards not an adjustment and these parts may not be available after 10 years or may cost more than a new item.
PS. Everyone on the net is not an American, so blessing the US troops is not always appropriate to them.

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PS. Everyone on the net is not an American, so blessing the US troops is not always appropriate to them.
It damn sure is appropriate....................... The ones who would not bless our troops are our enemies.
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most tv's these days have few if any adjusment "knobs" Variables are programmed either thru the remote or a special hookup. If yu can program thru the remote, I would advise against you trying it. You can lock up your TV and never get it back. Now it is possible that the vertical jump is your cable. See if any of the neigbors have the same problem or if it's just certain channels. If no one else is seeing a problem, your cable drop from the pole may be bad. And thats bad because the cable guy will say it's the TV and the TV guy will say it's the cable. For the audio difference, good luck. It comes from the ststion that way and is probably going to take an act of Congress to fix. Some sets have an audio leveler built in like my Mits does. It works ok, but nothing is going to keep that Billy Mays guy from blasting the paint off the walls. For our non-US friends, Mr Mays is a very loud spokesperson for a number of products. In addition he has a very abrasive vioce, to me atleast. Bob
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