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Picture size depends on how the program is broadcast to the TV. You can use shrink, letterbox on some tv's to expand a picture but the aspect ratio will be wrong. There is no adjustments if a program is broadcast in standard definition and viewed on a HI definition TV.
depending on source you may not be able to , it will depend on what your source is ,IE cable , over the air tv , you can go into settings and change the screen size by zooming in , but that will make less of the show (movie ) seen on the set .
Can't changes tv picture screen sizes,when the tv is off.She is cleaning the tv,when it is off wright?Yes.Than the tv programming u are watching stay small screen size the whole entire times even different seen or in commercials?Tv even in difference tv channels,screen sizes are small too?Sometimes tv changes screen sizes by itself to fit the tv programming it is playing to fit it prgramming format it displaying.Still have all small screen sizes all the tv channels.Tv must be on and playing.U have the tv original remote wright?Yes.Try looking on ur tv remote control look for a buttons said like Aspect Ratio,Picture Sizes,ZOOM or VIEWMODE buttons,by pushing one of these buttons on the remote should able to changes tv picture screen sizes.
there will be a button on the remote that says aspect, or pic size, hit that button, untill you get the size you want, if you cant find the button, go into the menue, click the picture, or video section, and look for aspect racio, or pic size in there
Ok this is called Blooming, this is when the signal intesifier becomes overloaded and the signal becomes overenergized and thus unviewable. This is not an adjustable proble even thoug for a time you can force the picture "shrink" but this is not a fix, it just hides the problem. I suggest that you fide a shop on FixYa that can look at you set and diagnose which components are at fault. You can also take the unit to a Tv shop in your area if that is easier for you.