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post #1 of 3 Old 08-07-2011, 05:11 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi -

I'm stumped from playing around in the Service Menu on how to adjust the angle/tilt issue i'm having with my WEGA.

Is there a command that would adjust the SKEW on just the left side - leaving the right as is?

I've played around with all of these:

HSIZ,HPOS,VSIZ,VPOS,VLIN,SCOR,VBOW,VANG,TRAP,PAMP,UPIN,LPIN

Note: This picture is with the Veritical position moved way down to show the angle of the disconnect (better frame of reference with black).

Thank you in advance for your expertise
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Is there a HTPZ setting? HTPZ is a horizontal keystone/trapezoid adjustment.

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Is there a HTPZ setting? HTPZ is a horizontal keystone/trapezoid adjustment.
Unfortunately no HTPZ - just TRAP, which wasn't effective.

Thanks for the response though.
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