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Xbox 360 stretched screen out and cannot fix it now

I have a sanyo 24 flat and one day my kids were playing xbox 360 and when they were done i went back to watch regular tv and these odd numbers appeared at the bottom left hand corner of my screen. When I tried to make them go away the screen zoomed in and now my tv is stuck all zoomed in and the picture looks tall and stretched out. Please what can I do I emailed sanyo and that was of no help to me all t they said was to just read the manual and well theres nothing in there on that subject.

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Re: xbox 360 stretched screen out and cannot fix it now

Have you checked the aspect ratio?? May be that when the kids had the X-Box hooked up they simply changed the aspect to zoom.

Posted on May 22, 2007

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