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Graphics are cut off.

No matter what I do with the convergence my picture is cutting graphics either on the top or the bottom or even the sides of the screen. I tried every aspect ratio and failed. For example, any bottomline wheather its news or espn, I cannot read the scroll entirely. If I were to bring the picture up a little, then I cut the graphics on the top. If I were to move the picture to the left, then it becomes tilted. Every other TV in my home doesnt have this problem. Can anyone help. Thank you.

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  • Anthony Rotondo Mar 23, 2007

    its not on either side, it the bottom of the screen. the bottomlines on the news or espn are cut off. If I were to adjust the picture up, then the graphics on top of the screen get cut off.

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Sounds like a sustained board not really sure a picture would help is it just on one side?

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First, have you made any adjustments to the tv other than from the setup menu? If not I have the service manuals for the tv in pdf files and would be glad to send them to you. Let me know I have the same tv and corrected the same problem. v/r, Scott

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