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Tosh TV picture adjustments

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by lostinspace, Aug 28, 2005.

  1. lostinspace

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    I've just tried a THX set-up disc on my telly,with which I was very happy,until I saw how far out some of the geometry is.I saw an engineer adjust this on another make of TV once where he switched the TV on whilst holding a button down.This got him into a series of adjustments to get the picture properly aligned.
    Can this be done on a Toshiba 32ZP?The set is under guarantee,so I suppose I could get the engineer out to do it,but I don't fancy the wait.
     
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    32ZP.....What?
     
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    longleyc,I thank you.But I think I'll get the engineer out!
     
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    I done all the adjustments using the method in the link i posted.
    I did find that setting the mute on, then pressing it again (off) with front panel MENU button the Service mode came into operation. i.e set the mute first

    That link also gives another good link to setting the Contrast, Brightness and Colour adjustments from 0 values. Useful, as lighting conditions and input signal is varied from user to user.
     

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