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Optoma ML750ST picuture incline problem

Hi to everyone,

Please see the picture. My ml750st project the pictures incline from the top on the left. Keystone doesnt fix the issue because when i use keystone it moves the picture from both side. And i also resset the projector too , thoguht might help but again it didnt fix the problem.

Is there anyone who can help me with this situation please ?

Thank you.
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The projector is not square to the screen, the projector must be level assuming the wall is plumb (most are not). The projector must also be exactly in the center of the screen as you can't rotate it off of exactly 90% to the screen or whats called perpendicular. Set all keystone to 0 and don't use if at all possible.

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The projector is not square to the screen, the projector must be level assuming the wall is plumb (most are not). The projector must also be exactly in the center of the screen as you can't rotate it off of exactly 90% to the screen or whats called perpendicular. Set all keystone to 0 and don't use if at all possible.
Thank you for the response. It really helped. I guess my problem, it wasnt exactly in the center of the screen.
Thanks again !
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