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Display on screen is stretched Vertically

Both Wii and TV set to 16:9. Bottons on top and bottom of screen are cut off making it hard to see instructions or correct buttons. This is on every screen from setup to games.

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There should be an option for the TV that will adjust the display mode on the tv,

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