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Vertical Hight needs adjustment 1 inch,

Need Factory menu sequence,

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  • brodiemac Nov 15, 2007

    When I press the volume up and down button on the t.v. to get the serivce menu, nothing happens. The menu doesn't come up.

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Hold vol up and down on tv and serv menu will appear...

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