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Mitsubishi WD-7336 New purchase

I just had this tv delivered today,, I have all the setup complete, but the Narrow, Standard, Standard Plus settings( using the format button) on the remote,I Have a line at the top of the screen. It's like I want to go and turn the vertical hold ( like on the old tv's) to move the screen up to get rid of the line at the top. But these new tv's dont have and vertical or horizontal hold, so how do you adjust for something like that?

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  • hatcht1 Apr 22, 2009

    It is not a big line, it is just enough to be irritating. Thanks for the reply

  • hatcht1 Apr 22, 2009

    if you have time, take a look at this video of my problem at http://qik.com/hatcht it is the first 2 video's .. I dont know how to fix it, it at the top of the screen. Thanks Zane

  • ZaneD
    ZaneD May 11, 2010

    how far down is the line?

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Take that mother back to the store and tell them to quit dropping there Televisions i am serious about that statment. There is a resister that came loose inside the TV it needs to be repaired,

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