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Need help with Mitsubishi 15

Need help w/settings:

Mitsubishi 15" flat screen about 41/2 yrs. old
Diamond Point V50LCD 120V DC- 2.5A
Model L153FF

My daughter gave me her flat screen monitor and I have no manual.

Recently tried to adjust the settings and got the contrast too high (now set at 100!). I cannot figure out how to reverse this setting. The auto reconfigure button does not seem to help.

There are 4 buttons on the front of the monitor; auto, brightness, contrast,and a display showing "R,G,B," icons of the screen itself, etc.

I cannot figure out how to use that button either as neither my mouse nor the arrow buttons on my keyboard seem to work on that button.

Please help as my screen is so light in some places that I can't see the print or the graphics.

Thank you for your time,


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Re: Need help with Mitsubishi 15

Try pushing the contrast button, and then some of the other buttons once the contrast menu is up. To control those menus you use the buttons on the front of the monitor, not the keyboard and mouse.

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