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Picture size I can't seem to get the proper picture size. All programs in DOT by DOT mode , HD and regular are to large for the screen. When searching the guide , picture in top right corner is proper size in HD. When channel is selected, top and bottom of pictue are cut off. Please help.

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Http://media.onecall.com/Image_Products/Sharp/LC_GD6UManual.pdf

Please read page 39 or in your manual page 38

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