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Tv menu ok for some reason the picture is fine on the tv but the menu is half gone. its sitting towards the bottom of the screen and i cant see what menu setting i'm on. please help dave

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    I cannot see the whole menu either. It's half-showing on the bottom.

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I am having the same issue! Ugh!

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