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Screen has shifted to the right by 8mm

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I have a VideoSeven 17 inch flat Screen.
The whole picture has moved 8mm to the right.
It has input source for PC, Video, SVideo, Tv & Scart.
I cannot get into the menu so that I can move the picture horizontally back 8mm.

Thanks

John

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With the remote I managed to get into the correct menu for the screen (previously I was mistakenly in the OSD menue.

Thanks

John

Posted on May 18, 2009

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