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Picture is to tall. it cuts off the top of the heads

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It sounds like you have the image on the perspective. If you tv is 4:3 aspect ration the video source (cable box, dvd ) must be set for a 4:3. If you have a 16:9 ratio (widescreen) the soutrce should be set to 16:9..................Nevermind, Just looked it up you this TV is 4:3.

Your TV remote will have a button to toggle/change the aspect ratios of the TV. Button could be called picture/aspect/image etc. If you have an HD cable box you need to go into the video setting and chnage the aspect ratio to match the 4:3 tv.

If you need more help, please respond with more deatils.

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

  • Billy Hines
    Billy Hines Jan 19, 2009

    Correction on first sentence above....It sounds like you have the image on the wrong perspective setting.



    I do not understand teh title and body question,

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