I can't figure out how to adjust the screen position on this monitor!!
I am pretty stumped. I have a KDS VS-7e monitor that is giving me problems. There are four buttons on the front of the monitor, but whenever I press any of them, I get this odd pinging noise and then the screen visuals vibrate without actually altering the position, height or width of the screen. I can't get a menu to pop up and I am at my wits end trying to figure this out. Please help!!
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Re: I can't figure out how to adjust the screen position...
Rotate the button don't push it it is the degaussing (magnetic remover) that you are pushing, just rotate the button and you will be able to adjust the settings.by pushing the button when you get to the item you want to select
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In the setup Menu you probably have the auto adjust enabled.
go into the setup menu and locate the screen adjustments disable the auto adjust and see if that fixes your problem, if it doesnot call the Manufacturer technical rep. and ask them, it might need repair.
There is usually an identical resistor somewhere else on the circuit board, so if you cannot read the colors of the burnt one, you can read the colors from an identical resistor on the same board. If you just replace the resistor, it will probably just burn out again or damage another component, you have to find the cause of the resistor burning out, most likely an electrolytic capacitor failing. Look for bloated or seeping capacitors and replace those as well. Also look for broken or burnt toroid coils.