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1080I Picture Not Aligned Properly (Color is FINE, not a convergence issue)

The picture is misaligned such that I can see the time-code info of the broadcast at the top of my screen and the picture at the way bottom of the incoming signal is cut off (too low to appear on the screen). It seems like all the guns are misaligned, but this does not occur when I feed it a standard 4:3 signal. The color alignment is fine. Is there a hidden way to adjust the overall picture alignment? I can't believe it's not a standard feature to be able to adjust this manually. Make: ProScan Model: PS65000 (I shouldn't have to specify this, but I see tons of people asking questions in this section that don't even have this make/model). Thanks so much, Alan

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  • Alan Kaplan Mar 22, 2007

    Thanks but I can't get into the service mode. I tried what you suggested, but I get no P/V codes on-screen. To be sure I understand:

    1. Turn TV ON
    2. Hold Menu (on the set)
    3. Press & release Power (on the set)
    4. Press & release Vol+ (on the set)
    5. Release Menu

    When I hold menu, I get the standard menu. Then when I hit Power, I get another menu -- looks like an input guide of some sort. Then when I hit Vol+ and release Menu, the screen goes black for a second and the picture comes back. I tried it with the Component input (which has a signal) and with Vid1 (which doesn't have a signal).

    Any thoughts? Even though it didn't work for me, I'll still give a good rating for the solution as it's obviously a good one and something else is going on here...

  • Alan Kaplan Mar 22, 2007

    Hmm... I went to rate the solution after the post and now it says thanks for rating it, but I hadn't yet... Oh well, hope the site thinks I gave it a good rating, lol.

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So if the picture is short at the top and the bottom you can first try the service menu and adjust the vertical size and the vertical center. You must be very carefull when adjusting this service menu as a small mistake can make a minor adjusment become a very costly repair. Do not attempt this if you do not think you can figure it out and always always write down the values of the adjustment before you try them.Ok Heres goes. To enter service mode, push and hold the [Menu] button on the set. While holding, push and release the [Power] button, then the [Vol +] button. You will now have some information on the screen: "P0 V0" To actually be able to change these values, you must push [Vol +] on the remote so the information reads V76. Then pushing on the Channel +/- will change the "P" value. P1 - 3 are error codes. If there is a problem with the set that can be self-diagnosed, the "V" will report the code. These codes are available in the RCA repair manual.Go here to get the chart as it will not fit in this post. You really should invest in a service manual as all the info you will need will be in this manual for your set. Good Luck.

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