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Did you try hitting the Auto adjust again to possibly shut it off. Quite often the buttons work as off and on buttons such as the Caps Lock. you hit it and it's on. You hit it again. It's off. If you hit the Auto adjust it might shut off and re-adjust your screen to the original setting you had. ....don't forget that you made other adjustments to compensate for the mal adjustment that will need to be fixxed. good luck.
To see the button on the right hand side of this monitor you will need to shine a really bright light on it, but the buttons from top to bottom are: 1, up-arrrow, down-arrow, and 2.
On the side of the monitor press the 1 button to activate the menu.
A configuration menu for the monitor will appear; from that menu highlight the "Input Select" menu item using the up and down buttons on the monitor; when you have the item high-lighted, press the 2 key.
A new menu will appear, and then you can select the menu item called HDMI on the left and PC waaay over on the right. Select this menu item with the up and down arrows and when it is selected,
And press 2 like you did in the previous step.
Apparently there's some sort of a strange difference between using this monitor as a "video monitor" and using it with a computer.
Since this is a CRT monitor, it doesn't have a native resolution like LCD monitors. You need to adjust the veritcal and horizontal sizes to fit the monitor. On the front of the monitor there are some menu buttons. You need to open the on-screen menu, then navigate to the Horizontal Size and Position menu, use the plus and minus buttons to grow and shrink the image. If it's not centered, use the Horizontal Position menu to move it around. Use this same system for the Vertical menu and you can get your image to fit your screen. By the way, you should have your operating system running with a white (or light colored screen) up when you do this so you can see all the edges of your desktop. The buttons are tricky, but they kinda make sense. Good Luck!
there are 6 buttons at the buttom of the monitor.
option 1). press the auto adjust.
option 2). from the right to left: "power","LED","Manu/enter",">"," <" ,"auto adjust"
to adjust the screen:
press manu-button, use <> button to navigate to the 3rd button on the top row.
(4way arrow). press manu again. that is going to get you into the submanu.again use the <> to navigate to H. Postion button.use the <> to mve the screen to the desire postion.
press manu again and select the right button on the button row (exit) and press manu.
well first af all ,you never find this "loose wire" because it is a mith.
what you have is a "cold solder" in the vertical IC, if you have a solder iron , and the ability to open it (without scratching),
and then take off all the shields (without cutting your fingers), and get the solder area (without breaking the Tube).
at this time ,it take you 1 minute to solve...!!!
iF not... leave it to the repairman!!!.