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Have you tried going to menu then to video options, screen size should be in that menu, also have got a zoom funtion on the remote, if so try using that. Do you have the owners manual, if not I will try to find a copy in PDF file format, just let me know.
If the image on screen is zoomed both in vertical and horizontal direction, your TVs power regulator inside it is faulty. [Overvoltage]. If it is zoomed in vertical direction only, that is only the height of the picture is zoomed, you can adjust it with the remote control button directly on going through menu and get in to the function menu. Normally all TV remote has a special button marked as "Zoom" which on pressing it once the picture get zoomed, again another press the picture gets wide and again an another press picture will come to normal mode. You should select normal mode to retify the problem.
Please try using the zoom button on a universal remote. The button on the remote may no longer be working. Otherwise the best way is to open the set and test each capacitor and transistor with a multimeter to see which ones if any need to be replaced.
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 DishNetwork 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.