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The whole screen is shifted 1 inch to the left.

Whenever I watch my TV in high def or when I use it for my PC the screen is cut off on the left side and there is a 1 inch black line up the right hand side. Its fine for regular TV.

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Re: The whole screen is shifted 1 inch to the left.

When in high def and on the PC the formate buttom on the remote is disabled. The formate will have to be done with the high def remote or through the PC. You will have to contact the high def and the PC provider to adjust the format.

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