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Projuctors need to be adjusted

The projectors on my tv need to be adjusted how do i do it

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There is a convergence pattern generator built in to the set for alignment.if it is a color halo around writing or solid objects you need to align the pattern so it makes one grid of white lines.if a gun via the lense is out of adjustment because the set was moved,that is a different issue.on the side of each lense is a lock nut.loosen the nut and the focus and position can be adjusted .

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