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Mtusbubishi Diamond Pro 900u-I cant seem to adjust to screen in a perfect squre

I cant make it nice and strait, its all twriled or swirled. Alos I cante use gemetry reset so I keep trying ti by hand but either the top is bigger or the middlle is sticking out. What are the numbers i need to put in so my screen is a nice square?

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The best way to adjust is first of all you reduce the height or make picture cinemascope. now from select button agjust vertical & horizontal geomatry now you increase the height as a whole. I think this will solve your problem. you can also refer owener manual if you have it.normally it comes with monitor. good luck/

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