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LC320EM2 32" flatscreen
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: The picture size has changed
The problem has been resolved on it's own. I'm guessing that maybe my cable company had changed the display setting on some of the stations. The picture of stations that I noticed the problem on appear to be within the screen.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
the bottom half of the remote slides down ... that will reveil lots of lesser used controls including zoom .. you can also get to zoom via the menu system .. but its easier to just slide open the bottom cover on the remote and push zoom ..
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
Testimonial: "I forgot about the sliding door. I am an idiot. Thanks for your help. Now I just have to figure out out to close it out. It seems to stop at 2X af"
That usually means the "Resolution" is set too high. Try to start in SAFE MODE, press F8 at bootup, and choose, Standard VGA Mode, or boot to the safe mode desktop, then set resolution for say 800x600 32bit. Then reboot. Hopefully you should now be OK.
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
The cc has been enabled on your cable box. Usually there is a hidden menu accessed by turning off the cable box. Yes I did say turning off the cable box first. Then immediately pressing the menu button on the front of the cable box. The hidden menu should pop up and one of the menu options will be closed captioning,. Disable it.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Mitsubishi WD-73737
I've seen that happen on equipment that has automatic signal detection. Usually this option is available when connecting the equipment with an hdmi cable. The setting can either be on the television or the cable/sat box or both. You have to disable the automatic signal detection signal on both the television (if the television has one in the setup hdmi menu if there is one) and on the cable/sat box. Further you have to choose a resolution on the cable/sat box normally 1080i or 720p fixed. Disable the 4:3 override if there is one. Save and lock in the settings and you should be all set.
Posted on May 07, 2011
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