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Adjust Convergence on Zenith B27A11Z

Can somoene tell me the sequence to get into the service mode to adjust the convergence on this 27" Zenith , Model B27A11Z ? Thank you,

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You don't adjust convergence through a service mode on one of these sets. With a conventional CRT, convergence is done by physically adjusting the convergence rings on the neck of the tube, and the position of the deflection yoke near the bell. You would also need a crosshatch generator to provide the required test pattern for adjustment.

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