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Hitachi TV screen adjustment

My TV screen needs adjusting. On many programs the heads of people are often cut off. The bottom of the screen also needs to come up. Can you tell me how to make adjustments?

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Serial #: v3h00246
Aug. 2003

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In the menu , the display or video settings should have different video display settings such as 16:9 , 1:1 , 14:9 ect... these will change the video display to different sizes

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The easy way to fix this: Click 'Menu' on your remote. Then click 'Setup'. Next, you will have to select 'Screen Position Setup'. This will open a screen that allows you to adjust your TV screen position simply by using the arrow keys on your remote. If your TV is anything like mine, this will work.
(I have a Hitachi 51F710A)

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