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The front panel digital array button

The left side of the screen is off and in order to fix it we have to hit the array button to start the aligament system

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  • lucky13-22 Nov 28, 2007

    My tv is way off on the left and right side but the center is perfect and i ajusted the array and nothing the crosses in the middle are near perfect and the left and the right are way off .i was woundering how to fix this and it seemd my red projector has a little black line on the top part of it .could their be a reste botton that i could press that will make it all perfect ..or do i need to get down and work on it...i can do electic repair so ia am not an ideot so can i get step by step instroctions to fix this,i have never really worked on projecton tvs.

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There should be a little door directly under the center of the screen and behind that door should be the button you are looking for. On the older Hitachi projection sets a large white cross will appear on the screen when that button is presses and you will only be able to adjust the center of the picture. The newer sets will automatically converge themselves (called Magic Fucus) when that button is pressed. Follow the instructions in your owners manual for convergence and let me know if you need more help.

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