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Fish eye or half picture

Used to go back to full screen wih excellentpicture; now half picture

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SOURCE: Rolling horizontal lines. Changing picture shape like fish eye lens view.

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SOURCE: picture shrinks then fish eyes then after a bit it

Sounds like you have it on a sort of "anamorphic" screen zoom. My dtv converter box has a setting where you can adjust the aspect ratios, etc. It may be the same idea for you. I would check under the "zoom" menu or screen preferences. Good luck!

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Sounds like you have it on a sort of "anamorphic" screen zoom. My dtv converter box has a setting where you can adjust the aspect ratios, etc. It may be the same idea for you. I would check under the "zoom" menu or screen preferences. Good luck!

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