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Vl173 screen off center

The screen is off to the right about 2 inches and to the bottom about half an inch after doing an auto set in the screens menu \

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Sounds like the trouble may be in trusting the auto-set defaults. If you haven't already, try setting the horizontal and vertical settings manually and see if it helps. Those adjustments should be easy to find, and if that will solve the issue, it will be a very simple fix. I hope this helps. -Steve

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