Question about Televison & Video
Newer TV's do not have user controls for 'Vertical Hold', but if it's
an older set look at the back for a hole in the casing labeled: V-Hold.
Inside the hole is an adjustment (if present, use a flashlight to look
inside). Ideally you should use a plastic screwdriver to adjust the
control. TV service techs use a special plastic tool. It's not a good
idea to use any metal, you could get a shock if your not carefull.
A newer set without the control may still be able to be adjusted, but I would suggest having someone familiar with TV repair do it.
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
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