Since every set varies (and you haven't mentioned what set you actually own), it's hard to provide advice at this point that really might help you out.
But up a bit on this very page you will find my post that points to an earlier series of posts, the first of which provides an Excel spreadsheet showing my particular setup for all inputs and resolutions on my KD-34XBR960.
I think you will find that in my settings, my values of 2170D-1, 2170D-2, etc. are VERY DIFFERENT from the values you show as yours currently. Look in the 1080i-C column (amber colored column E in the spreadsheet) for the values you might want to try on your set, at least to begin with although you no doubt will have to make some adjustment for your own unique set.
Since your current values aren't working, and you have tried what was shown in that other "default" (i.e. service manual) PDF and it didn't fix things, and you didn't write down what you started from before you began tweaking, you have nothing to lose it seems by trying my values for my particular XBR960 (if that's your set as well).
Note that my spreadsheet (found in the first link-back post as I mention) shows the actual Sony Service Manual (which I own a copy of) defaults in parentheses, if my settings are other than defaults. Whether the adjust values came from the factory that way (already adjusted), or whether my sony service technician who came to do magnet work on my picture tube to address convergence problems did those adjustments, or whether I did those adjustments (after the magnet work was done)... it matters not. Those are my current settings for my XBR960, and those are the service manual defaults.