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Picture size picture is larger than screen words on bottom of picture not vissible nor those at side looks like picture is set for a 34 wde screen rather than 32

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Hello! You need to put your tv into service mode and adjust the horizontal and vertical size. You can find info on how to enter the service mode for some brands at epanorama.net. Good luck.

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Posted on Oct 10, 2008

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How to get full picture on my tv?


First, ensure your tv is using the highest resolution possible (Usually 1080 for flat screens) by using an HDMI cable from the receiver to the television, and that you are on the correct input. Second, ensure your tv is not sizing the video by using the 'picture size' or 'aspect' or 'ratio' key on the remote that came with your tv (Not your DISH remote). Third, tune your DISH receiver (with your DISH remote) to an HD channel (for VIP model receivers, when you tune the channel to an HD channel, an opaque white 'HD' appears insude the blue box at the top of the screen). Fourth, hit the star key on the remote, while watching the screen. On the right hand side, near the top, it will cycle as you hit repeatedly the star key, the style of screen widening. Hit the key as often as you need to make the screen appear the way you want it to. The receiver will remember your setting for all HD channels. When finished with the HD channel, tune your receiver (with your DISH remote) to a SD channel (any channel in the guide that does not have the HD icon). Repeat the fourth step.

For Hopper/Joey family receivers, hit menu, settings, screen size. Follow the instructions to resize your screen to match your preference. When finished, repeat step four above on each an HD and a SD channel.

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How do i make picture fit screen? top and bottom of picture is missing


Some receivers have the ability to do this for you, for instance, all ViP and Hopper receivers from DISH can stretch or shrink the screen to fit. Most HDTvs also have this feature, independent of the type of input, using your TV remote find the button that says something along the lines of screen size, picture fit, stretch, aspect, etc. While watching a program that looks unlike the way you want it to, tap the button until the picture changes to the style you most prefer.

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The screen on my tv is black on both sides


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I am unable to make the screen full size when the


you need to go into the settings on the box and turn off letterbox on the picture setting.

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Picture cut off


the horizontal stage of your tv has changed the oscillation speed, this can occur due to the following.
i reduction of power
ii capacitors changing values
so take your set for repair before it switches off completely,

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Tv set picture is gone


It depends, the center line you speak of, does it go from side to side? Or top to bottom? Side to side you have problems in the vertical circuit. Top to bottom you have a problem in the horizontal circuit. Not picture tube problem. If it is an analog tv and depending on how old it is. What an estimate and the actual repair would be you are better off buying a new one.

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Change the picture size on an aurex tv using the buttons on the side of tv


I too have an Aurex TV ..and have to adjust the screen size regularly .I do this by the hand control.at the bottom of the handset are two rows of buttons..3 on the bottom row and 4 on the next row up..the on furthest on the right on the row with 4 buttons is the button for screen size change.

Oct 09, 2008 | TV Receivers & DVRs

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Philips 32pt television screen format off center, to the left


For me it was the cable box settings...

I'm not a tech person, so take this for what its worth. I had the same problem with my Vizio and my Time Warner Cable HD/DVR box using the HDMI cord connection. HD channels were always fine, and non HD channels were fine until I went to an HD channel and back. When switching back, the non-HD channels would be shifted to the left as you describe. After much back and forth with both Vizio and Time Warner (each saying its caused by the other), I stumbled across the following fix...

I went into the cable box (scientific atlanta 8300) "settings", under "display," under "output resolution." There was a list including 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, and "auto select." I unchecked both 480 options and left 720 and 1080 checked. Problem solved. The other "Display" menu settings are as follows: Picture Size = Stretch, Aspect Ratio = 16x9.

Hope this helps.

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