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Memory recall problem

I am getting a display on the monitor --- memory recall ok?---- even if i select ok or no its not going how can i solve this problem?

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Call up n lodge compaint reg the issue, if in warranty its done free of cost. Nothing to worry abt it, just they wud come n change the switches of menu from inside, thats it, its a matter of 10 min.

We need the following details to create an RMA Request for your Product.
Once an RMA request is created our service Engineer will contact you within 2 Business Days to attend the call.
1.Customer Name
2.Phone no with STD code
3.Complete Address
4.Model and Serial No of Product
5.Description of problem

We can be reached on this email address or through phone on our Toll free No1800-11-9999 or Toll No:-011-26990006

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Posted on Sep 26, 2008

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From the Users Manual for this monitor:
"Memory Recall returns the adjustments back to factory settings if the display is operating in a factory Preset Timing Mode listed in the Specifications of this manual. - Exception: This control does not affect changes made with the User Color control, Language Select or Power Lock setting."


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If it does this when you are adjusting settings then it's likely just doing what you told it to, even if you don't realize you told it to do that.

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I got the problem solved. The other day i called up the viewsonic tech support, service engineer visited and changed the switches inside. the problem got solved. So call up the tech support of view sonic at (india)

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