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Screen size problem!!

I have turned the dial on the front but its at the smallest it will go!! is it something to do with trying to run it through my sky box?? the picture is there but too big?

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Hi there

Now the image can only be made that big or small. You will have to move the Projector closer to the screen.

Posted on Apr 07, 2008

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    Marnus Jacobs Apr 17, 2008

    Move the Projector !



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