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My picture is to big for the screen

Even after changing the picture size on the remote the picture is way to big for the screen , chan I fix this?

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  • BHClark2000 Mar 06, 2009

    Yea, I tried that the picture is way to big and kinda to the left of my screen it is almost 2 times the size it should be.....

  • BHClark2000 Mar 06, 2009

    yes it was recently move ( in the back of a pick up) bumpy road, the when we unloaded it an pluged it back in, it has multiple problems , the screen is to big,, the picture is concaved ( bowed in at top and bottom) halo effect on the colors....I took off the back and nothing is loose any where, I am very dicouraged and hate to just trash it cause it was so perfect before.

  • BHClark2000 Mar 06, 2009

    K you guys are great, I have followed concaved adjustments and straighten out the concaved screen however the picture is still Huge any fix's for that?

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2009

    I just spoke to a repair man who said that one of my kids may have pushed a button. He suggested unplugging the TV from the wall altogether and leaving it unplugged for at least 10 hours, then plug it back in and see if the tv reset itself. If it doesnt he will come out to look at it and I will tell you what he says. I am going to try it tonight.

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Have you tried resizing it with the button again ?
some channels just will not look as good in a zoom or aspect ratio when they are older recorded movies that are not digital recorded or in HD ( high definition )

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  • jason Mar 06, 2009

    have you tried to unplug the set from the wall for a few min. ?

  • jason Mar 06, 2009

    I just seen your other post , do you still have the concaved screen also ? because this is caused from the convergence IC's failing and or resistors on them .

    is this what happened to your tv set ?

  • jason Mar 06, 2009

    if you can solder , then resoldering of the pins on the convergence IC's and or look for the protection fuses (looks like a tan discap capacitor) for the convergence IC's . the convergence IC's will be on the big heat sink on the main board ,

    when it was moved a solder connection could have came undone and just needs to be soldered again , and if it did it may have also burnt a protection fuse as well

  • jason Mar 06, 2009

    if the pico fuses for the STK IC's are blown , then replacement of the IC's and checking of the resistor values on them will need to be done.

    the STK IC's are not exspensive but having a shop replace them is. $400 or more for a shop to replace the IC's AND pico fuses and or resistors if needed

  • jason Mar 06, 2009

    the STK IC's , pico fuses , resistors can be bought online or at a local electronic supply store



    you can cross reference you STK IC's here http://nte01.nteinc.com/nte/NTExRefSemiP...$$Search?OpenForm

    example of STK function http://www.nteinc.com/specs/7100to7199/p...



    hope my help has better served you and can be rewarded with a better rating , and if you need help in doing this repair , I will be happy to help

  • jason Mar 06, 2009

    you can search here for a supplier in your area here http://www.nteinc.com/NET_St_lst/Disty.h...

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