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Mitsubishi Diamond Series CS-27609 problem...image looks "fisheye"

Our Mitsubishi Diamond Series CS-27609 has a problem when we watch it. The image looks "fisheye" as they say. The image is curved (convex) on both sides and we loose about an inch of the image. At the very tops and bottoms of the curves, there is an inch of big blank area, then the image picks up. The people on screen look all bendy and messed up. This looks most obvious when I am watching dports or TV Guide channel, because the bars and scores are curved, and half the time I can't tell if my Yankees are winning or not! How do solve this?

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Re: Mitsubishi Diamond Series CS-27609 problem...image...

2 years later and I may have a solution for you

I has a similar problem and I didn't quite fix it but made it less noticeable.

Press menu and then the code 2-3-5-7, this enters a service menu. Press Audio/Video to go between the options to get to options 40-50 to adjust geometry. Be sure to write what setting there on before you change it (even if they're wrong) just in case.

Its just trial and error from there, and hope I can still help.

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