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Mag monitor dx17t tint adjust

Dont know how to adjust color and tint,plus i dont have full horizontal deflection.at full width it lacks about 1/2 inch on each side.i dont know how to operate the adjustments.

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  • ronbalch Feb 10, 2008

    i have tried all the buttons,but none of them seem to adjust color.they are for horizontal and vertical only

  • Maryellen7 Aug 30, 2008

    Had a crash and have just now gotten files back and can log on.  I have it in safe mode and am running all the tests and diagnostics I can.  I believe It locked me out of signing on due to a faulty mouse.  The colors are terrible and tint is bad.I had this problem once before and found a simple adjustment just before  buying a new monitor.  I cannot remember how I did this.  Any help will be appreciated.  Bought an apple but would like to run both along aside each other.

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Adjust color and tint by pressing buttons on your monitor

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