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Shape My monitor shape is curve not straight.I tryed number of time but I couldn't make straight.I have gone to shape setup but what is the actual value I have to assing for that purpose.Most of LG CRT monitor having such type of problem.Please give me the solution. Uttam Kumar Bagchi AL-Fatimiya Trading & Cont. Est AL-Attiya Market/P.O. Box 349 Tel: 974-4602384-4606702 Fax: 974-4603243 Email-uttam_bagchi2003@yahoo.co.in bagchiuttam2007@gmail.com

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If it cannot be adjusred from outside then the problem in monitor. check hor osc & h/sync section in monitor or loose contactin that section. if you want manual you can go to www.serviceinfo.com

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