65H80 Service Menu ?

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  1. Nestor_Ramos

    Nestor_Ramos Stunt Coordinator

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    Howdy. I've been having problems with my Toshiba 65H80 since it came back from service (beware of Telstar/Electromatic in Portland, OR, by the way). In Normal mode (for viewing 4:3 material) the grey bar on the right side of the screen is an inch wider than the grey bar on the left side of the screen. I re-did 56 pt. convergence with a grid, but it didn't help. I'm thinking there must be a service menu parameter for this. Anybody know which one it is?
    Thanks,
    Nestor
     
  2. Jim Christian

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  3. Nestor_Ramos

    Nestor_Ramos Stunt Coordinator

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    I'm unable to adjust HPOS in service menu, for some reason. I call up the service menu, select HPOS, and push volume up and down and nothing happens -- number doesn't change, picture doesn't move. Does anyone have any idea why this might be?

    Nestor
     
  4. Jesse Leonard

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    You haven't by chance "remapped" the volume control on your remote to control your receiver/amp's volume, did you?
     
  5. errol

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    Hi Nestor,

    Just for kicks, have you looked at the convergence grid?

    Thanks,

    Errol
     
  6. Robert Barker

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    errol,
    In his message it states he re-did the 56pt w/ a grid.
    Nestor,
    I don't know how to fix your problem, but I have seen this discussed over at http://www.hometheaterspot.com/ubb/u...bb=forum&f=21.
    Don't get me wrong. Could be that someone on this Fourm knows how to fix your problem, but they haven't posted as of yet.
    Robert Barker
    Austin TX
     

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