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Vertical problem I have a Pioneer SD-582HD5 and the vertical hold on it has been incorrect since day 1. The problem is the top of the screen is always missing in important parts of my tv watching experience such as, well, pretty much any sporting events. I can never see the whole score so I am always guessing how many minutes are left or if I am joing a game in progress I have to guess what the score is. I use component cables so the screen is always in "full" mode which prohibits me from adjusting the V-hold myself. Any ideas?

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Should have taken it back day 1

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