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Tilted tv screen

Recently purchased tv got it home picture was fine no tilting previous owner said might be wise to convergence the tv. so started to. numerous crosses off slightly so had an idea to restore factory settings, big mistake, soon as i hit the button the tv screen tilted clockwise 1.5 to 2 inches. now i dont know what to do iwant to fix it because it drives me crazy. any and all help is greatly appreciated.

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Re: tilted tv screen

The complete convergence for the Philips projection sets usually requires a clear plastic overlay which fits over the screen and has many precisely spaced black dots. The remote is then used to enter the service mode and converge all 3 colors onto the dots, and then the settings are stored in an EPROM IC. This should only be done by someone with experience with the Philips sets.

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Activate ……..MENU-2-1-5-9

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Just be carefull not to touch any of the following:
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