Originally posted by Benji Some things are just better left alone.
I some cases, perhaps.
But with the geometry problems out of the box and the lack of technical expertise (or unwillingness) from 'authorized technicians' to adjust the set, it can be better to take matters into your own hands.
It worked for many of us.
All of the posts recommend cautions and it's up the individual to decide whether they can perform the tweaks themselves.
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