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Aspect Function Not Working

I have PT-52LCX65 52 in. The aspect ratio function does not work in the HDMI mode when viewing standard def. It is stuck in ZOOM. However the High Def is in FULL. Which is fine, but when I switch to the other standard def channels they are all in ZOOM mode and I can't switch the aspect. I used to able to switch it whenever I wanted but I can't now. However it still works in the DVD mode. In DVD mode I can still change it as much as I want. Please help me!

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