Sounds like you might be in the panoramic display mode... check your remote for a button labelled "WIDE" - it's on the left side just below the "GUIDE" button.
Hitting WIDE will cycle through the various viewing modes (normal, zoom and panoramic).
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That is pretty poor since you are less than 30 days out----Not where you bought it but locate and complain to the company who made it---takes time but they usually can be hassled into an "concession" which is what they do to get rid of people---free repair or a replacement.
To address your problem: all these sets use (each have different names for the part) two boards---in some one drives the top the other the bottom of screen and GUESS what in the others one the left side and the other the right side.
The real hassle may be finding a board but you might want to GOOGLE the model number with parts or boards and see what is listed to get an idea of cost or to see if you can even get the board---if not time to move on and let it go.
Sorry the problems u have is not for hobbiest or amature to do.High voltage Deflection board areas.This problems,must have experience tv tech to troubleshoot and replaced parts or boards require for the tv.Could be extensive repairs or just requiring test and replaced some of many small capacitors,resistors,transistors and ICS.Have to do major troubleshooting though.Must get priced quotes by many big screen tv shops,than u decide,which to give the job to.
Its unfortunately a bad LCD panel. Even though the warranties for these TVs has expired, you should contact the manufacturer because there may be a hidden warranty ( when a manufacturer knows of an issue with a limited number of TVs and decides to quietly take care of those consumers who contact them.)
Be prepared for some resistance from the first person you speak with. Persistance pays off when dealing with the customer relations dept.s of large corporations.
Then it sounds like there may be an error with your CCD (what comverts the light going into your camera into a digital picture, like digital film). even if your warranty is expired canon may still repair this for free. Contact canon at 1-800-OK-CANON and explain to them the problem and that you think the CCD may be defective.
That sounds like something that would be in a service manual. Now that your tv warranty is expired, you can probably buy the service manual off samsungparts.com. I wouldn't have suggested that if your tv was in warranty, because that procedure would be in the service menu, which only Samsung trained technicians have access to when the product is in warranty. Just remember, if you go in the service menu and mess things up and can't fix it, you would probably need service for the tv.