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Sp42 hi ive recentley had my samsung rear projection repaired but now the picture is missing the right hand side (all black for bout an inch) im told i need to set this via remote but dont know how as i have no service manual can you help kind

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Re: sp42

You can get the servic manual emailed to you from this link.

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