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Auto adjust well, the brightness screen always pops up, and the monitor just auto adjusts itself everytime i use it, and makes the screen bigger to make it look worse i really like this monitor good picture, and only 2 years old i dont want to get rid of it is there a way to shut off auto adjust?

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I have had the same prob with a pl1700 would like an answer also

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