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Wierd problem When plugged into cable tv the picture is fine and everything is aligned correctly, except that i have now noticed that the picture is zoomed in too much; when watching espn the ticker at the bottom is half cut off. When using component cables for the XBOX 360 all of the sudden there seems to be a convergence problem, the picture is blurry and out of focus. Also when trying to use the perfect focus funtion, it says no sensor data. How can i fix this problem?

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HD projection televisions have seperate convergence alignment for 480i-1080i thus your problem when you use your XBOX360. The "No sensor data" that shows up is due to the fact that the sensors need to be initilized after doing the convergence in 1080i mode. You will probably need a technician to do the alignment because if it is out that much then a template needs to be used to get it corrected. For now you can put your XBOX in a lower display mode until repairs are done.

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