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Screen size changing back and forth on its own

I purchased a large screen HD TV set, Mod# R52WH74YX71, 12/06 and the screen siz has started changing from 3 quarter screen size to full screen and back on it's own.







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  • cpspearman Dec 09, 2008

    I have RCA 52' Model D52W23 the screen size has changed.I can't get it back to noral can't find the zoom buttom because the screen size is to large.

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Try going into the menu format setting (4.3 or 16.9 or auto) and change setting from auto to 16,9 and store setting.
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