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Generally on headlights, there is going to be 2 adjusting screws. You can tell them because they don't match the other screws holding the headlight in place. If you need to take off the outer ring to gain access to them. Stand the bike back around 30 feet and draw a horizontal line in tape ( usually against a garage door ) approx, 36" from the ground. Line up the headlight with that line and you should be good to go. 1 screw is generally a horizontal adjustment and the other is a vertical adjusting screw.
turn the tv off, hit mute 1 8 2 power, the tv will come on in the service menue, look in that menue for vertival and horizontal adjust, after you adjust it, just turn the tv back off, it will save your changes
You would need the service manual for that adjustment. It is outlined in the service manual on how to adjust the tilt. It is a mechanical adjustment. You can get the service manual emailed to you instantly after purchase at this link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
The vertical height driver that controls the height of your picture has weakened and needs to be adjusted. If you are somewhat handy you can do this yourself. It requires that you gain access to back of the set & remove the cover. Once removed, locate the vertical height & centering adjustments. Sometimes they are located on the main board & other times are located on the color gun driver circuit board that is plugged into the end of the picture tube.
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I have the convergence problem with the red. After reading your site I replaced the 2 ICs and the problem is worse. Before the only problem was I could not adjust the red horizontal. Now I have no control over the vertical or horizontal and the overall picture is very red and it bows at the top and bottom very bad. A friend said I might have the ribbon connector in wrong or the convergence (silver box?) box maybe bad. Any ideas? Thanks,Dave.
The problem can be corrected by only qualified technician. There is what is called the service man's menu which can only be accessed by a partciular code in service manual for that particular TV. Your local service technician should be able to locate the the manual and then perform what is caller a horizontal centering adjustment. In today's tv's there are no alalog controls for easy adjustment, it all done with eprom ic which allows the manufacturer to use the same chasis for many different picture tube sizes.
If you could get manual. and have basic computer skills , you could probably do it yourself. You might try ordering the maual from