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Panasonic PT-47wx51 memory question?

Does anyone know what the different memory locations (1-8) are for? I accidently copied number 1 to 3 or 4 (cant remember which!) and now when I am in the convergence menu with a 1080p input applied I cannot get the correct number of horizontal and vertical lines on the grid, also cannot get the lines that are there to be straight. Any help would be appreciated

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  • gingy900 Apr 10, 2008

    I was just trying to converge the set, no problems, now it is converged fairly well but the vertical lines on the edges have a slight curve and the top and bottom lines also have a slight curve. Dont fix it if it isn't broke!

  • gingy900 Apr 11, 2008

    Yes I can do the adjustment beyond the edges of the screen. I think I messed it up when I copied the memory from location 1 to 3 or 4, do you know anything about the memory locations? Can I copy from a higher number back to 3 or 4. I found a post on one of the forums that was talking about copying from 1 to 5, 2 to 6, 3 to 7 and 4 to 8. I was wondering if I could copy from 8 to 4 as they appear to be backup copies, but I dont know and hate to make it worse.

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What was your original problem?

Posted on Apr 09, 2008

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    Scott Henderson Apr 10, 2008

    in this adjustment menu, can you go past the edge of the screen? if so there is an adjustment there, you just can't see it.

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    Scott Henderson Apr 11, 2008

    don't copy anything in memory enless an autherized service tech has said to do so. adjust your convergance and be done.

    if you copy or go into the wrong area. you will have a fish tank.

    or you will have alot more time, and i'm talkin days of working with service adjustments if you mess it up by copying.

    if you mess up the eeprom then you may have to replace a board if you can't adjust it out.

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