The picture seems to be too stretched out on my tv. It seems like i need to zoom out but i dont know how. Some of the words are cut off on the bottom and on the sides. I dont know if its my comcast cable or my tv. Help is appreciated.
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It seems like you're expecting a 16:9 ratio picture. If you're sending a 4:3 ratio signal to the TV, you'll get a 4:3 ratio picture. An option would be to use the remote and set the TV to a 16:9 ratio picture, but that'll stretch the picture and make everything look fat. Another option would be to use the remote and zoom in, but that'll chop off the top/bottom of the picture a bit. Either case would be annoying. Some make matters even more annoying, some programs are broadcasted in a 16:9 ratio signal, but the actual picture is really 4:3 ratio. So...... as long as the pictures don't look skinny, fat, or chopped off, just accept it. If you're really that picky, just watch new Blu Ray movies only.
try to check the aspect ratio and input source to make sure they are correct. for the aspect ratio, make sure it is set either at 16:9 ratio or try the zoom options. if it is set at zoom, you can move the screen left to right or up or down through the zoom settings. make sure you are also using the correct cable. hope this helps
Yes, the "PIP" is the display of multiple channels at one time. On your remote you need to go to the zoom pip button and press it, if nothing go to the meno then look up the "PIP" tab and go there to try to zoom out.
There are 4 settings for the TV like zoom, stretch, smart stretch, and dot by dot... I personally like dot by dot it has the clear and fitted picture that you might want... Especially with HD chanels put it on the dot by dot setting...
If the Video (Picture/Pix) is gone but you can hear the Audio (sound), then it could mean the YSUS PCB Assembly is gone/kaput/finish. Can replace the PCB, not repair the PCB due to timing circuitry involve. Cost maybe roughly $500 depending where you located. The PCB is located on the left hand side of your TV when you are facing the back (Back open). Might find 3-4 brown flex membrane connecting to the plasma panel. The PCB has a silver or black aluminum heatsink (big) on it. Good Luck.