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Hi received my sd-532hd5 from my brother-in-law. When I set it up in my house it seemed to be working fine. However I noticed that the picture seems to be chopped off at either side. For instance... The channel logo is only half there and looks like if I only had another inch of screen I could see everything.

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There is a width problem. There could be a control inside to control this but the TV should not change so drastically. There is most likely a problem in the width circuit.. This is a high voltage circuit, and is very dangerous to tinker or experiment around inside of. Your best bet would be to call an Authorized Pioneer repair shop and have them have a look at the set. Good Luck

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