Anyone used the service menu on a Philips TV? At the moment Im trying to correct a really minor problem on my Philips PW6006; the picture is offset 3-4mm to the left of centre (its not RGB left-shift, it happens on all video signals). Im dubious to do this since I tried this before on my previous PW6006 and somehow the geometry got utterly messed up and required me to get a replacement set (I managed to blag it under guarantee thank goodness). I used the remote code mentioned on http://home.hccnet.nl/m.majoor/tv__service_mode.htm Id adjusted it three or four times myself successfully, but after the fourth time at the instant I turned the TV off (to close the service menu) the geometry went nuts (I saw it flick to the stupid settings as it turned itself to standby); 4:3 filled the whole screen, Widescreen mode was left with really bad pincushion on both sides of several inches. When going to the service menu again after turning it back on I couldnt correct the problem. I could set up the geometry to a good level again (Id written down the default settings) but as soon as I changed channel, or turned the TV off, the geometry went back to those crazy settings (basically the telly would no longer save my changes in the service menu). Im feeling reluctant to go into the service menu on my new TV despite the fact its a really simple adjustment to make (I only need to adjust the horizontal shift by a tiny amount). As far as I know I did nothing wrong with my old TV. Has anyone else heard of, or experienced, the problem above? Would changing the widescreen mode (4:3,14:9,16:9 etc) whilst the service menu is open cause problems? I think I did this last time when it went nuts. There don't appear to be separate Widescreen/4:3 geometry options like there are for the pw6515 unless I've missed them... Does changing the tuner channel or AV channel whilst the service menu is open cause problems? I think on the last time I used it I flicked between the TV tuner and AV2 (S-VHS scart) Is there a correct way to close the service menu (I just turned the tv to standby, as pressing the menu button does nothing). I suppose I could get an engineer out, but Unbeatable use Endeva who don't seem to know their arse from their elbow. Basically, Im wondering if anyone out there has used this service menu before, and whether they have any tips for me on the points above or any other points. Am I doing anything wrong? Cheers, John Also, theres an option on the service menu called Clear?. Does anyone know what that does? It sounds a bit scary.