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Picture problem when i hook up xbox 360 and set to 108i nat res my picture seems to be zoomed in. some of the gagues or icons in game are partily behind plastic border of tv all around screen. need help please.

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Re: picture problem

The remote control for the TV sets 16.9, 4.3, 16.9 zoom etc... Use the two buttons I highlighted in yellow to change the screen size.

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