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I can't adjust the horizonal on my 17'' kogi to fit my screen

I have tried the adjustments on monitor to no avail.

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    Hi, What graphics are you running? Sometimes you can adjust it from your graphics software. Hank

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You may have case of bad solder joints developing in the monitor's horizontal circuit. Many parts get pretty hot and this can lead to connections failing over time. Or some part may have failed and is causing the problem. If you or someone you know has the skills to do electronic soldering, you could check the solder joints and repair any that look questionable. Otherwise, you'd be better off replacing the monitor. It's difficult today to find a service shop that will attempt a monitor repair (lack of service information and parts availability problems), and the labor cost will be high if you do find one. New LCD monitors are quite inexpensive now, especially if you shop online.

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