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Sony Tv KV-36FV16 Big screen jus on horizontal

My Sony KV-36FV16 is working fine jus it has gig screen. I mim, horizontal size is large, the vertical size is fine. I have it 3 months but I can't finde the problem. I tryed on Sevice Ajustment Mode, but some comand does not work. I need helpe. Thanks

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Re: Sony Tv KV-36FV16 Big screen jus on horizontal

If it is only three months old then send it back to the seller or Tell Sony Tech support team This is a warranty job.

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