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Screen does not fill completely

The entire screen will not open on my LG flat panel tv. Top to bottom is fine but about 3" to 4" on each side is a black border. Is there way of adjusting something to utilize the full screen?

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The most obvious answer would be to try the "ratio" button on your remote. This will cycle through the different aspect ratios so you can find one that suits you.

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