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Over-drive vertical height on monitor screen

I already adjust to either minimum or maximum front panel control on SIZE and CENTER BUTTON,but still i cannot attain perfect allignment of screen display.i tried to open the back panel cover to check for the vertical trimmer/adjustment but found out nothing controls.sir/mam may i request if theirs a code to enter on the service mode of this unit.or any remedy to solve this problem.thank you in advance

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  • denson_03 Nov 20, 2008

    sir/maam,

    thank you very much for the reply and for the solution.i will give some more feedback regarding the given solution after ill apply the troubleshooting tips,as of now i have no spare time in fixing again my personal sony monitor model CPD-300SFT,im hoping that TIP 122 and the capacitor is the only culprit. till nxtime and thanks again.

  • remonda_622 Dec 24, 2008

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1. back side of LOT one TIP 122 FET replaced.

2. Near to LOT PF 424J / 1600v change.

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