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Picture size mis too large. No matter what screen ratio or zoom setting, the picture borders are outside the screen. AkAI tech support phone # is no longer in serrvice.

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Normallly, if the picture size button on the remote for the television does not achieve the desired affect, then, a cable box or a satelite box is where the change needs to be made. For example: A Motorola Cable box needs to be set up to go to a wide screen or zoom when an analog signal is detected. Some Dish Network boxes have Size buttons on their remotes and also in their main menu. It's difficult to determine the repair without knowing the types of the peripherals. Hope this helps.

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Picture size is always too big. No matter what the zoom setting or display setting, the image borders fall outside the screen. AKAKI tech support tel # is diconnected.

there are only normally 4 options for picture size, 4:3, 16:9, 16:9 zoom and auto, unless you are using High definition. Any other settings should be found in your cable reciever box as the picture size can be altered in its settings also.

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