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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.

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Re: Picture size is always too big. No matter what the...

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.

Posted on Jul 30, 2007

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sadly with no make listed , it might be that your set does not have that feature .

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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.

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.

Jul 30, 2007 | Akai LCT3201AD 32 in. LCD Television

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Hi I have the 42 inch Sony Bravia in my bedroom.The picture upstairs in the bedroom is too big for the tv if that makes sense.

Hello. It's not a picture setting, it's a format, or picture size setting. Look for a button on the remote labeled Format, or Size, or Zoom, or something similar. You want to select 16:9, or Full, or whatever fills the screen without zooming.

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Hello, pretty simple probably. How do I use the entire screen for the picture, I can hardly read the news scrolls that come at the bottom of the screen cuz of the 3 inches of black border all the way...

No.Some u can't changes the tv picture on the screen sizes,because depending the bandwith of ur tv are recieving.Most u can changes the tv on picture to wider screen or to fit the whole tv screen.U have the tv original remote wright?Yes.Look a button that said like Viewmode,Aspect Ratio,Picture sizes,Zoomming.Pushes one of these name buttons u will able to changes tv on screen pictures sizes.

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I just bought a new insignia LCD TV and the picture does not cover the entire screen. Instead of the 32 inch. diagnal I should, I have a 24 inch picture. Is there something I can do about it?

The "picture size" on the TV needs to be set correctly. You should have a "ZOOM" button on your remote. Press it a few times, cycling through the options... see if this fixes the problem.

Be advised, many (most) HD channels do not show HD content all the time. At the broadcasters discretion, they may choose to ADD the black bars to either side (and/or top an bottom) of the image. This is what the "ZOOM" button is actually for... to allow you to correct this, filling the screen with the image.

*Note: many cable box have a "FORMAT" or "HD ZOOM" button. When used in conjunction with the TVs zoom feature, you can end up having one device set correctly, while the other is not. The result is often a picture that is expanded far beyond the bounds of the displayable area of the screen. If you can not find a solution using the "ZOOM" button, pick the setting which shows the most image. Now adjust the cable box setting (FORMAT / HD ZOOM).

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Picture Zoomed in too much, no zoom button

I had the same problem after plugging my pc into the pc-in socket. The problem happened with the scart connections after.
I solved it by turning the tv off/on from the wall plug socket.

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My picture is zoomed in. Cannot go back to 'normal' and see everything. Credit names, etc are cut off on both sides.


Thanks for using FixYa. First of all please check your cable box settings first. Sometimes the remotes have a picture size button on them, and someone might have pressed that by accident. Check the TV settings, press Menu Button & then go to Window/Image size. Now select Full Size.

Also check the settings of the converter box (if you are using it). The boxes also have a peculiar problem: Unless users manually change settings from show to show, the picture from many stations either won’t fill the screen, or it will be so big that part of the picture is cut off by the edges of the screen. The solution is to press the “zoom” button on the remote that comes with the converter box. That will expand the picture so it fills the screen.

Please do accept the solution if the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance.



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check your picture setting if it is on zoom, you can set it back to auto cinemal or panorama

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The aspect ratio (zoom) button on the cable remote had been changed. On Brighthouse the # button toggles through the zoom settings. It's not a tv issue, it's a cable fix.

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