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    Anyone know how to adjust the KV36FS10? (36-Inch Wega Television) Dashboard
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    Author Anyone know how to adjust the KV36FS10? (36-Inch Wega Television)
    blur

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    Joined: Nov 07, 2002
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    From: USA

      Posted: 2002-11-14 17:37

    I'd like to adjust the overscan area of my KV36FS10 36-Inch Wega Television. Does anyone have the service manual for this model or know how to adjust the overscan percentage? I've been looking all over the web with no success.

    thanks for any help.


       


    rkkwan

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    Joined: Aug 23, 2002
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    From: Houston, TX

      Posted: 2002-11-14 19:05

    http://members.accessus.net/~090/awh/sonyadj.html?KeohiHDTV

    http://www.keohi.com/keohihdtv/brandspecific/sony/servicemenu_sony.html

    Read carefullly before proceeding.

    -Ray


         
    blur

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    Joined: Nov 07, 2002
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    From: USA

      Posted: 2003-01-31 18:07

    Thanks very much for the reply rkkwan and Im sorry I didn't reply sooner. (haven't been back here for awhile).

    I can't get to second website for some reason (www.keohi.com/keohihdtv/brandspecific/sony/servicemenu_sony.html) but I can get to the first one. Which settings do I need to change that adjust overscan? I did a search for "overscan" on that page but got nothing. Then I navigated around the site and came to this page (209.145.176.7/~090/awh/how2adj.html) and here they did mention overscan and said to "try for 5% at the top and right, and 3% on the left and bottom." but again nothing on which settings actually control overscan. I'd really appreciate some advice if you know which settings to adjust.

    Also, is the list of settings valid for my Sony? (KV36FS10) I ask because I thought I needed a SPECIFIC service manual to find the settings to adjust. I was able to enter the service mode using the remote control button combination shown on the webpage so maybe the settings are universal.

    Thanks for any help.







    [ This message was edited by: blur on 2003-01-31 18:09 ]


       
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