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Jvc tv hi need to adjust vertical size. how to enter service mode?

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Try this:
Click "Display" and "Picture Mode" simultaneously this worked on my jvc av-25lx14

if it didnt work or if you dont have those buttons then try this:
click on "Muting" and "Info(its the button that has the"i" symbol"

Good luck
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Posted on May 23, 2008

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