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I have a samsung 1080i 52" floor model tv. I don't have a remote or the instructions,. I have hd box from rogers and my picture doesn't fill the screen, Rogers said I have to do it either with a remote or manually but I don't know how.

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You will need a remote to change the picture setting to make it fill the screen! try a cheap universeal remote that you can get at any wall mart

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If you have more questions you can still respond
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