No, I tried changing jumpers around and even installed some switches with no change. I only have 1 tv that will accept the 1080p (pana TH-50PZ80U). This is the first time i heard of the shift on 1 tv and not another. I wonder why.....
Did you try using a serial cable to create a terminal connection? I read on the AV Forums that if you send the following command, it'll fix it:
For those with overscan issues, send it the serial string "kc 01 09\x0D" for a 1:1 scan rate.
I've been trying for the past hour to send commands to my AN-WL100 to no avail. I'm on a Mac, and first I used HyperTerminal though Parallels on Windows 8 using a USB to Serial cable, along with a 3.5mm to serial cable I got on Amazon. No matter which baud rate I used, or which command I sent, I wouldn't get anything in return.
Next I tried using CoolTerm, which is an OS X native serial terminal application. I got the same results. Could someone please verify my settings and make sure I didn't miss something? I really just want to send the kc 01 09\x0D command, to try and fix the overscan issue.
I cannot select the input on the Transmitter by any way(havent tried a serial cable yet). Has anyone had the problem of not being able to select the input they want. Also, when a input is selected, do all of the other inputs dim? I have tried the super tap at start up many times with no change, I just get the spinning "LG no signal" on any tv I try. I dont want to spend time and money creating a serial cable since I will only need on input and for it to stay at that input permanently. Any help is appreciated.
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