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Ok I posted this in the regular Mits '09 thread but it's easy for a post to get lost in there.


Here's my problem. I have a two month old 60737 that had a light engine failure. I had a tech come out and replace the light engine and everything seemed to be working great. Upon closer inspection I noticed the picture is now very slightly tilted towards the bottom right. It wasn't like this before, I'm positive. It's so slight that you really don't notice it unless you're watching a news network or something with a ticker. It also stands out with letterboxed movies. The letterbox is higher on the left side than on the right. I'm fixing to call the service company and get somebody out here but I'm just curious as to what caused this and if it's easily fixed?


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Well the tech came back and said nothing's wrong. Even though before he replaced the light engine the screen was not tilted. It may be slight, but it was well off enough for me to notice. Not to mention he went into the manual geometry and futzed with the settings, then SAVED it to backup of all things...



While I make a formal complaint with this service company, I was curious as to if this is something that can be fixed by myself?


I've got a copy of the service manual and it has all the geometry stuff but it doesn't list any kind of mechanical or internal adjustments. Could it be the seating of the light engine?
 
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