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I want to adjust my screen , its is streching vertically Please help

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Look for "buttons" on the bottom-front or bottom-edge of the monitor.

One button will activate the OSD ("On Screen Display). Through the OSD, you can change the "vertical size" and "vertical position" of the display.

Posted on Feb 03, 2010

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Vertical linearity is more of a DCV bias issue rather than feedback or AC coupling. Hence it would be more apt to suspect resistors rather than capacitors. Of course, it is also possible that the large IC that drives the Vertical output maybe at fault (least likely) but often would have trimpots for adjustment. Most current designs do away with trimpots and rely on self correcting (feedback loop) which is simply a resistor in the 100k range. In certain instances, it could be a thermistor or resistor or diode limiter attached to the yoke itself.

Best would be to use a service manual or at the very least a schematic diagram with voltage readings and compare actual on PCB against schematic.

If you could post back the make & model or preferably the chassis number of the TV, might be able to comment back known common vertical issues.

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