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Sides of picture cut off on Toshiba 27D46

Both right and left sides of the picture on my Toshiba 27D46 (the manual also says 32D46 - not sure exactly which model it is) is cut off - I can't see the margins. I'd say maybe two-three inches don't show up, which is a problem if I'm looking at the TV Guide channel.

I did cycle through the aspect ratios with the Pic Size button on my remote, but it doesn't have any affect. It's almost as if the picture is on zoom, and I can't turn it off.

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