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Tv problem i have an older mitsubihi tv its projection tv model vs5071 well i don't know where is the horozontal or vertical buttons located i need to adjust because it just keep on rolling could you please help thanks

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Generally buttons are located at front only. but if it is not there then it will be inside in the shape of small variable res. called preset. vertical hold button will be near vert.section &horz hold near h/ section.

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