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Offset picture Whenever I"m watching a program not in HD (taking up the whole screen), the black space on either side of the picture area is not even...It may be 3" on the left but it is closer to 5-6" on the right side. Any way to center the screen image?

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  • hemdoshi Feb 06, 2009

    I have a similar problem. for me, the shift always happens to the left and the black stripe always come to the right.... any luck with the solution?

  • rojo149 Feb 17, 2009

    I find myself having to cycle through screen sizes 2-3 times a day to alleviate the problem. Once I go through 4:3, just scan, Zoom and then settle on 16:9, everything is OK for awhile. But during the day, the shift occurs again. Maybe the Horizontal Hold is going?

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You need to change the Display menu for picture mode to 16:9

no wide fit or scan fit.

Posted on Feb 06, 2009

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