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I bought a 41"TV second hand and I have no manual. I would like to know if theirs any way to change the screen size to see the full picture insted of the sides being cut off.

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Please mention model number and brand of tv to look into concern manual.

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How do you get a full screen picture?


Hi press the MENU button on the front panel or remote to view the osd menu use the down arrow to navigate down to SIZE, here you can change the size or aspect ratio of the video display. also here is a link to the full manual for you tv> http://www.retrevo.com/support/Philips-50ML8105D-TVs-manual/id/277ag615/t/2/

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It shows picture not in full screen like the movies black screen at top,in middle is the picture,black screen at bottom


If this happen on DVD's it is because the DVD is formated to Widescreen, 16x9 size, your TV is 4x3 size. Unless the Menu has an option of Picture size, or Format, to set to Full screen. there is nothing you can do other than be sure to check the DVD for picture format size before purchasing.

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PICTURE CHANGES SIZE


turn off auto format setting in user menu

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Philips magnavox 9p6034c103


sounds like somthing may have gotten knoked loose in transportation. I'd check all the interneal connections, make sure its unpluged for a few hrs or a day before sticking unexperienced hands in there. there are some high voltage capcators in it. stay away from fat red wires the size of TV cable.

also call the people you got it from make sure they know your not holding them responsible and ask if they fixed anything recently or in the past espically the IC convergence chip and resisitors, usally those go on these sets.

Great reference link that I posted pictures on, check out page 3
http://www.techlore.com/forum/thread/16736/Magnavox-51MP392H-17-51-quot--TV-has-double-vision/

Where I got my parts that worked:
Suburban Electronics
http://www.suburban-elect.com/
Manual Library you should find all you need here:
http://www.techlore.com/group/2/list_downloads

Good Luck!

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I have a T5054 TV and the picture has zoomed in and is way too big, however in the picture settings menu the zoom option is not highlighted in Component mode.


There could be a problem, but verify the settings as listed in the owner's manual as follows:

1 Press the MENU button to display the menu.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select Picture, then press the ENTER button.
2 Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select Size, then press the ENTER button.
3 Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select the screen format you want.
Press the ENTER button.
Press the EXIT button to exit.
16:9 : Sets the picture to 16:9 wide mode.
Zoom1 : Magnifies the size of the picture on the screen.
Zoom2 : Expands the Zoom1 format picture.
Wide Fit : Enlarges the aspect ratio of the picture to fit the entire screen.
4:3 : Sets the picture to 4:3 normal mode.
Just Scan : Use this function to see the full image without any cutoff when DTV
or HDMI 720p/1080i signals are input.
Press the P.SIZE button on the remote control to change the picture size.


And realize the restrictions as listed:

• In TV, VIDEO, S-VIDEO, and COMPONENT(480i, 480p) modes, all screen
modes can be selected. (16:9 ➞ Zoom1 ➞ Zoom2 ➞ 4:3)
• In COMPONENT(720p, 1080i) or HDMI(720p, 1080i) mode, 16:9, 4:3 and
Wide Fit can be selected.
• In Zoom1, Zoom2 and Wide Fit modes, you can move the picture on the
screen by pressing the ▲ or ▼ button.
•You can not change the picture size when PIP is set to Double.
•When Double ( , ) mode has been set in PIP, the Picture Size cannot
be set.
•Wide Fit can be used when watching a Digital HD (High Definition) signal.
Wide Fit sets the optimum picture format by expanding it both horizontally and
vertically. For example, you can reset the picture in 4:3 format to 16:9. Wide Fit
does not support all external devices (DVD, VCR etc.).


Keep us posted.
Dan

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Picture size


Normallly, if the picture size button on the remote for the television does not achieve the desired affect, then, a cable box or a satelite box is where the change needs to be made.
For example:
A Motorola Cable box needs to be set up to go to a wide screen or zoom when an analog signal is detected.
Some Dish Network boxes have Size buttons on their remotes and also in their main menu.
It's difficult to determine the repair without knowing the types of the peripherals.
Hope this helps.

Jan 05, 2008 | Toshiba 50H82 50" Rear Projection...

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Picture size option excludes FULL at either 1080i or 540


All these Toshiba's are defective and we got scammed. Mine and others do this same exact thing. Call Toshiba support and complain to the supervisor to recall these TV's and do right by their customers.

Toshiba Customer Service Group: 800-631-3811 for more assistance.

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