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Enlarged Picture The television is producing a picture that is enlarged such that it cuts off certain elements. This includes the on screen channel display. I noticed a crackling/popping sound a couple of days before I noticed the picture was enlarged. Any ideas if this is fixable. I have searched the on screen menus and can find no controls to shrink the picture down to the proper size.

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Yes it is fixable. this problem is due to more supply is going to h/output stage. please check 1 power supply for more voltage then normal. 2 component failure or settind in horz. stage to be checked. 3 print crack in h/output stage you can not control from remote control.

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