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       screen slightly tilted Counter Clockwise
    orleans247
    post Aug 6 2010, 06:58 PM
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    Hi,
    I just received WD TV mini.
    Everything seems good except screen is tilted counter clockwise slightly.

    It's a very slight turn - but I can clearly see black space on the upper left corner.
    That black space disappears gradually in the center of the screen.

    This applies to all movies, menu elements, etc...

    Do you guys have perfectly aligned screens?
    Is there known fix for this?

    Thank you very much
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    post Aug 23 2010, 01:12 PM
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    Hi orleans247,

    as far as i understand analog video signals it is not possible to 'encode' a rotation in the signal.
    But some monitors are able to rotate the picture by their settings.

    Take a look in the manual of the monitor for screen adjustment options.

    Try a different source on that monitor.
    Try the player with a different monitor.

    Bye,
    Frank
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