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Samsung HLN4365W picture not centered

I've tested all the inputs and the screen is shifted horizontally left about 1 to 1.5 inches, the vertical position is fine. I checked all the settings and have found no picture adjustment. I have had the set apart to replace the lamp and colorwheel over a year ago. Not sure when the issue started but just noticed it recently.

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  • Daniel Baker
    Daniel Baker Jan 13, 2009

    I found the menu and the following options are available;
    1. DDP1010 (ALL)
    2. DNIe (ALL)
    3. AD9883 (Component/480P)
    4. 3D_COMB (ALL)
    5. OPTION

    Three options are grayed out and I have looked under all the menu's and haven't seen something that resembles vertical or horizontal adjustment. Plus with the screen being black how can I see if the adjustment I make is correct?


  • Daniel Baker
    Daniel Baker Jan 13, 2009

    I found the horizontal adjustment under the DDP1010 menu, it was listed as Pos-X.

    i also turned on the DVD player then did the mute 1 8 2 power and the menu came up with the DVD in the background. so I was able to see the picture move. not to mention I had it set on wide instead of normal. once in normal I adjusted the screen from 152 down to 103. I checked with a tape measure and got the screen pretty much centered.


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Turn the tv off, hit mute 1 8 2 power, the tv will come on in the service menue, look in that menue for vertival and horizontal adjust, after you adjust it, just turn the tv back off, it will save your changes

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