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Our picture needs to be smaller to fit screen

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Hit your aspect button or fomat button on your remote it will adjust size of picture also verify cable box aspect ratio

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The suggestion to check the cable screen size setting is excellent. I could not get results manipulating the TV's screen settings, but all was solved when I checked and found that the cable setting was on zoom instead of normal.

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