Sharp 32U-S60 TV need to adjust image size

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Cougar@CasaDelGato.Com, Dec 31, 2003.

  1. Guest

    I have a Sharp 32U-S60 TV that is nearly new (35 days), and I've
    finally figured out what bugs me about it. The Image is too big, and
    is chopping off the edges. I'm loosing the edges/ends of things like
    the TIVO menus, news channel text scrollers, etc...

    Since everything else is adjustable via the remote (Contrast,
    brightness, etc..) I'm hoping there is a Service Mode (or something
    similar) that is available to adjust the screen height and width.
    Otherwise I'm going to have to go through the really big hassle of
    returning it..

    Anyone know how to do this? (Or even if it is possible?)
     
    , Dec 31, 2003
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  2. Jerry G. Guest

    You should call their warranty service, and find out. Many of these sets do
    not have any settings for the raster specs. The service mode should not be
    tampered with. The set should be in the factory specs, or there may be a
    fault condition.

    Some models do not have a direct service mode. Outside service equipment and
    software may be required. The service manual should be consulted for proper
    specs, and set-ups.

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    news:...
    I have a Sharp 32U-S60 TV that is nearly new (35 days), and I've
    finally figured out what bugs me about it. The Image is too big, and
    is chopping off the edges. I'm loosing the edges/ends of things like
    the TIVO menus, news channel text scrollers, etc...

    Since everything else is adjustable via the remote (Contrast,
    brightness, etc..) I'm hoping there is a Service Mode (or something
    similar) that is available to adjust the screen height and width.
    Otherwise I'm going to have to go through the really big hassle of
    returning it..

    Anyone know how to do this? (Or even if it is possible?)
     
    Jerry G., Dec 31, 2003
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  3. Art Guest

    Agreed, Jerry!! The average consumer should never attempt adjusting the
    items via the setup menu. Because they tend to foul up other setings that
    may actually damage their product. Then they do not tell the service
    facility that they actually induced the problem with the set.
    Actually the set is covered by manufacturers warrenty for labour and parts
    so take advantage of that fact. Consumers modfying service menu items in
    some cases may void that warrenty. The selling dealer will be able to refer
    you to a service facility with thehcapabilities to service your fine Sharp
    Tele. Have a fine 2004
    "Jerry G." <> wrote in message
    news:bstpva$jbu$...
    > You should call their warranty service, and find out. Many of these sets

    do
    > not have any settings for the raster specs. The service mode should not

    be
    > tampered with. The set should be in the factory specs, or there may be a
    > fault condition.
    >
    > Some models do not have a direct service mode. Outside service equipment

    and
    > software may be required. The service manual should be consulted for

    proper
    > specs, and set-ups.
    >
    > --
    >
    > Greetings,
    >
    > Jerry Greenberg GLG Technologies GLG
    > =========================================
    > WebPage http://www.zoom-one.com
    > Electronics http://www.zoom-one.com/electron.htm
    > =========================================
    >
    >
    > <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > I have a Sharp 32U-S60 TV that is nearly new (35 days), and I've
    > finally figured out what bugs me about it. The Image is too big, and
    > is chopping off the edges. I'm loosing the edges/ends of things like
    > the TIVO menus, news channel text scrollers, etc...
    >
    > Since everything else is adjustable via the remote (Contrast,
    > brightness, etc..) I'm hoping there is a Service Mode (or something
    > similar) that is available to adjust the screen height and width.
    > Otherwise I'm going to have to go through the really big hassle of
    > returning it..
    >
    > Anyone know how to do this? (Or even if it is possible?)
    >
    >
     
    Art, Dec 31, 2003
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