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32" HD flat screen (160 lbs) screen display became too wide

I noticed just a couple days ago that the edges on the left and right are about an inch cut off which is ruining my video gaming. Changing the menu settings doesn't help.

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Bottom left and top right corners, the color is off almost as if a magnent is near the screen

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