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Picture problems WHEN WATCHING TV,ALL THE HEADS OF PEOPLE ARE CUT OFF AS IF THE PICTURE IS TO BIG FOR THE TV, WHEN GOING INTO THE MENU CLICK ON PICTURE AND ANYTHING PERTAINING TO PICTURE THIS JUST WILL NOT CORRECT THE PROBLEM EVEN WHEN PLAYING DVD'S THE PICTURE IS THE SAME, ALSO THERE ARE HORIZONAL LINES THAT ROLL ACROSS THE SCREEN. THANK YOU CINDY GRANT, BOUGHT IN 07 FROM WALMART ,52IN HGTV MODEL NO. R52WH74

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  • stinkychili Dec 18, 2008

    i have a universal remot and i dont know how to change the format..the heads are getting cut off also please help??

  • Classic Case Jan 27, 2009

    Yeah.. I hear you. I dont know what to do myself. I think Im just going to try calling RCA. Nothing in the TV menu options seems to make this work. My email is radioflyboy81@yahoo.com if any has a real answer for this. I also have a universal remote. I dont think theres any other options other than what the menu button the tv would give? Just prosuming anyways.



    - frustrated :(

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Try this push left or right arrow key on remote to change the fomat

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