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I just received my new 60 " panasonic VT60. Love everything about this tv so far!! I noticed that the tv seems to be a bit crooked on the stand. When facing the TV the right corner sags a bit lower than the left. It is off by about a 1/4". I thought it might be the TV stand was off but its level and I moved the TV to a flat glass table and it was crooked there too. Is there an adjustment I can make to the stand? I had the TV delivered and set up by bestbuy home delivery.

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I just received my new 60 " panasonic VT60. Love everything about this tv so far!! I noticed that the tv seems to be a bit crooked on the stand. When facing the TV the right corner sags a bit lower than the left. It is off by about a 1/4". I thought it might be the TV stand was off but its level and I moved the TV to a flat glass table and it was crooked there too. Is there an adjustment I can make to the stand? I had the TV delivered and set up by bestbuy home delivery. Thanks!

You should be able to carefully loosen the screws and nudge the TV till it's level.

Here's a post of mine that should also be pertinent to the VT60:

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1403635/official-panasonic-gt50-series-discussion-thread-no-street-price-talk/3780#post_22441667

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You should be able to carefully loosen the screws and nudge the TV till it's level.

Here's a post of mine that should also be pertinent to the VT60:

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1403635/official-panasonic-gt50-series-discussion-thread-no-street-price-talk/3780#post_22441667

Thanks!! That did it!!
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Wow thank you. What a flawed design. I had posted the same thing on the VT board with out realizing its easily adjustable.

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