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Kogi L9ch 19 in flat monitor

I purchased a Kogi L9CH monitor recently, when I received it and set it up, I noticed that the screen was overly bright and green, I went into the settings and lowered the green to zero and lowered the brightness a bit and that helped some, but just to see if I could do better I played with about all the features. when I hit the auto tune feature however, I made a no-no. the screen display shifted far right and down, when I went back into vertical and horizontal position settings I could not get my display back into normal range even with max left and upward settings, redoing auto tune and restore factory settings options did not fix this, resetting the eprom did not help either, any suggestions on how to get my screen back into the frame?

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  • Anonymous Nov 05, 2007

    Same problem: after auto tune, the image slid far right and down, and I can't get it to go back into a normal range.

  • kirk36 Feb 29, 2008

    How do I set all setting
    back to factory setting?

    Unplug your vga cable power off the unit hold the up arrow down
    at the same time power the unit back on you will see a message “RESET
    EPROM” power off the unit plug back your vga cable and power
    back up.

    This wills also most of the problem on our LCD monitors

  • Rob
    Rob Apr 23, 2014

    Thank you Kirk! That worked. Anything that was supposed to be blue was green. Great tip. Thanks again!

  • Rob
    Rob Apr 23, 2014

    Thanks Kirk! Thought I needed to buy a new monitor. The reset fixed all the color problems Ive been having. Thanks again,,, Rob



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(I posted the latest post.) Change the resolution. (Mine was 1024 by 768, so I changed it first to 800 by 600 and then back to 1024 by 768, and it's back to normal!)

Hope that helps.

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