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We would like to know how we can strink the picture where we can see the detail or headlines at the bottom of the picture.

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Try changing the aspect ratio on your tv or go into the menu of cable/sat box and change it there. your tv might also have a vertical position option in the menu you can play with. if these things do not work you will need a professional to come out an adjust it for you. please don't try yourself you could do some serious damage to your tv by entering codes from the Internet. good luck

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