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    Difference between "COPY" and "ALCP"? Dashboard
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    Last Reply: February 21, 2004, 9:28 am

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    Author Difference between "COPY" and "ALCP"?

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    Joined: Feb 21, 2004
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      Posted: 2004-02-21 09:28

    Can someone explain the difference between the 2 copy items in the PJE section of the service menu on a KP-46WT500?

    The manual says:

    "COPY"     Service copy adjustment
    "ALCP"     Service all copy adjustment

    It also say that "ALCP" will copy the registration data for full screen mode to all other modes. 

    How does "COPY" differ? 

    Can I select which mode I want to copy the settings to?

    I tried using "COPY" and it seemed to copy the "Full" settings to all modes except "Wide Zoom" but I'm not certain if that's how it works.




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