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Picture how do i resize the picture . I had HD reciver put in today and it is cutting things off the top and bottm

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HAVE YOU WENT INTO THE T.V.S MENU AND CHANGED THE ASPECT RATION FROM EXAMP ZOOM,16/4 ,NORMAL ,WIDE ZOOM OR ON THE REMOTE IT SHOULD HAVE A BUTTON THAT YOU CAN DO THAT WITH. SOUNDS LIKE YOU HAVE YOUR PICTURE ON ZOOM

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