Question about Acer AC713 17" CRT Monitor
You want to recall the factory settings. There should be an entry in your menu for this. Sometimes its clearly indicated as 'reset' sometimes it is a word that means much the same, such as 'recall'.
The numbers you posted that have a 'K' at the end are settings for the white color temperature. This is an old label from the early days of TVs. One is better than the other for graphics vs clarity. Usually you want the higher setting.
Other wise, if you can't locate the reset option. Go into each setting for Contrast, Brightness and set Contrast 50 and Brightness 100, the others affect the position of the display and how square it is. Set all those values for trapazoid, etc to 0.
Anything else you need clarification on please comment back and I will validate or correct your instincts on what is the reset option command if you are unsure about what is being displayed.
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
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