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edges on screen - colours not ailgned issue
« on: February 07, 2019, 01:02:38 pm »
Hey guys,

For some time now I'm seeing on the left bottom corner of my MS-2930 (Sega Blast City) some misalignments between red, white and blue lines.

I have attached some photos, on Garou for instance you can see Rock Howard's frame is not clear as blue and red are not centered.
On another photo, the Windows start menu button is also disorted due blue going a bit out of where its supposed to be.

Do you know how could I fix this? I guess there's no software to calibrate and I would need to use convergence strips? (i would like to avoid touching the monitor/chassis, since I am not expert at all on these matters).

Thanks for advising!

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Re: edges on screen - colours not ailgned issue
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2019, 01:07:50 pm »
I guess there's no software to calibrate and I would need to use convergence strips?

Correct on both accounts. Convergence strips are the only solution here.



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