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Date Posted: 08:19:58 11/04/02 Mon
Author: KIng Vectrex
Subject: Adjusting Vectrex horizontal/vertical postion

HI

Please help anyone....does anyone know how to fix the Vectrex display so that it is centered? for instance its cut off to the left and bottom it works fine but with "starship" the cross is not centered on the center of the screen.any ideas?musst be a way to adjust....

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[> Re: Adjusting Vectrex horizontal/vertical postion -- Dan S, 09:58:03 02/22/03 Sat

In order to recenter the display you will need an oscilloscope.
You will also be working close to some dangerously high voltages.
Unless you are a TV technician I would recomend that you purchase a Vectrex service manual (ebay)and bring the unit to a TV repair shop.
Good luck.

>HI
>
>Please help anyone....does anyone know how to fix the
>Vectrex display so that it is centered? for instance
>its cut off to the left and bottom it works fine but
>with "starship" the cross is not centered on the
>center of the screen.any ideas?musst be a way to
>adjust....

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