The PIP (picture-in-picture) setting can easily be reversed if you look on your tv for the PIP button or for the same button on your remote. If neither of these works then you may want to check your TV's operation manual for the PIP setting .
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I think you might be referring to what's called, 'picture in picture (PIP). Its a feature of the TV that allows one to see what is on other channels while your current channel stays on the screen. Refer to your manual of how to disable, or if no manual, play with the remote to see what button eliminates it.
Somewhere in that menu (look carefully and scroll all the way down on each page) is a setting for format---set should have 4x3 (letterbox), 16x9 which is full screen for HD and may also have zoom and wide zoom.
There should also be a button on the remote for this.
Hi, where you plug the dvd cables into the tv determines where the picture will be seen; Example, if you plug the dvd players yellow, red & white cable into the tv`s "input 1" then you go to the tv`s "input" or "tv/video" button and push those buttons to get "input 1" to come up on the screen and you`ll see the picture and hear the audio, it`s kinda like a file folder in your computer, you`ve got to find the file then open it to see the contents. If your tv is on channel 3 or 5 or whatever you won`t see the picture because the picture is in video not a tv channel
Instead of explaining the SAP/Stereo function to you, the easiest way to get the TV back to normal is while the set is on press the ACTION and POWER buttons at the same time and hold them until the CHK screen appears. Once that does release the buttons and then press the action button again to exit the CHK screen. Your TV is now back to the factory settings and will need to have the channels programmed again. By the way the SAP/STEREO button on the remote should be near the upper left hand corner of the remote itself.