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Check its picture aspect ratio. Refer its manual for details.

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3. Change your Zoom or View aspect.

NOTE: Depending on the dimensions of your TV, you simply may not be able to view the entire picture using a correct aspect ratio (NOT stretched). On my 42" RCA is use a 4:3 Zoom setting to fill my screen but, it chops a little bit off the top & bottom. It's the best I can do with my current setup.

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Hi,I think the reason for that is your tv is in auto mode in aspect ratio setting. If its in auto mode it automatically fits the screen. For instance the show that you were watching prolly was not shot in widescreen mode. Try playing something that was shot in HD like some HD channel. Good luck.

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How u get it off the **** screen When i hook up my xbox its comes on but its on the left part of the screen & the right side stays blue


Good day!!!

Please try to input other device such as DVD player to determine which device (x-box) or (TV) need to set up full view settings..

If you play DVD and the screen is fine so you need to set up the full view of your x-box using remote..

If you play a DVD but the screen is still half..You need to set the full view of you TV using remote..

I you have more queries and clarification just add a comment..

Hope it helps..

Thanks for using fixya..

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Hi,

Hope you have the correct resolution selected:

HD View Modes: When viewing an HD program you can select the following 4 viewing modes.
  • Stretch: suitable for viewing 1.78:1 DVDs. When viewing 1.85:1 DVDs, this mode will show thin black bands at top and bottom of the screen.
  • Dot by Dot (1080i/p only): detects the resolution of the signal and displays an image with the same number of pixels on the screen. When a 720p signal is being input, the image will be delivered in full screen.
  • Smart Stretch: suitable for stretching 4:3 programs to fill the screen.
  • Zoom: suitable for viewing wide-screen 2.35:1 aspect-ratio programs in full screen.
PC View Modes: You can connect the TV to your PC through the HDMI inputs to use the TV as a monitor. The following view modes are available in PC mode.
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Also verify if you have set auto timer to 30 mins or so thats why the TV shuts down after a particular time.

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If you're sending an HD signal to the tv use either 1:1 or Aspect viewing modes.
If you're sending an SD signal you'll not be able to get a full screen view unless you use zooming.

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