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Does anyone know how to recalibrate the touchpanel of a UNO-TS2? The active portion of the screen (where touches are registered) is a small area to the right of center of the screen. I think that the full width and height calibration of the screen has somehow been incorrectly adjusted.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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I believe its under the touch set up option. You either get to it from diagnostics or the the installer options. Don't have one in front of me and haven't touched one in awhile.

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Thanks for the quick reply. Its really challenging to get to the screen as I must push in a very small area (app. 1" x 1") that is the only active part of the screen. When I get to the installer menu (after many attempts), there is a touchpanel diagnostic screen that has a full grid of buttons with letters that when you press them, it plays the sound of the letter/number. But this doesn't "resize" the screen. Its almost as if I need to tell the touchpanel where the corners of the screen are. Now, it has all of the touch area sized to about an inch square. Its very odd.
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