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Overscan Problem Hello, I have a problem when playing games with my Xbox 360 set to 1080i on my TV (model: RU-50NZ60). The screen cuts-off on the left side and I'm missing parts of the user interface. I asked around and it seems to be an overscan problem. I would like to know how I can get this fixed? I've looked around for the service menu code but haven't been able to find any. Thanks in advance!

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Switch to that input, and run the Auto Convergence for that input (Setup menu on the TV, Convergence). Convergence settings save for that particular input.

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