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Horizontal Position Unstable

Running monitor at native resolution, and sometimes it would switch on shifted to left, and other times shifted to right 10 pixels or so.
I pressed "auto" to centre it each time it was out.
Came back from holidays and now it is left 20 pixels and will not "auto" correct any more. I can manually adjust it back.
What is the cause of the "amnesia" regarding my settings, and why won't the auto correct work anymore?

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Sounds like a electrolytic capacitor has aged/failed in the positioning circuitry. The failure could also be internal to a micro circuit chip. With out skematics and signal tracing I can't say what the problem is. It is possible, however unlikely, someone has spilled a liguid into the adjustment controls and the position switch is shorted causing a constant signal to move the screen.

Good luck

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