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Please check the zoom settings in view ( browser )try to set to default else reset the browser its works fine.

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Unfortunately it seems that each time I turn the tv on and off it resets the screen position and I have to adjust it each time.

I would assume that my set would remember the settings.
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What you are seeing is called "overscan", extra information that most broadcast stations send, because most old TV's were set to zoom-in/crop the signal they received. So.. with new TVs, like your Samsung, you get the choice between size "Fit to Screen" which is 1-to-1, for pixel-accurate inputs like Blu-Ray and DVD, and size "16:9" which is really "support for overscan", for old, less precise signals like broadcast.


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Sir press the screen mode button in your remote below input select button, press the screen mode button repeatedly to select smart, 4:3, wide, zoom, or 14:9.
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Be advised, many (most) HD channels do not show HD content all the time. At the broadcasters discretion, they may choose to ADD the black bars to either side (and/or top an bottom) of the image. This is what the "ZOOM" button is actually for... to allow you to correct this, filling the screen with the image.

*Note: many cable box have a "FORMAT" or "HD ZOOM" button. When used in conjunction with the TVs zoom feature, you can end up having one device set correctly, while the other is not. The result is often a picture that is expanded far beyond the bounds of the displayable area of the screen. If you can not find a solution using the "ZOOM" button, pick the setting which shows the most image. Now adjust the cable box setting (FORMAT / HD ZOOM).

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Using one of the older antennas on an hdtv when receiving broadcast channels can cause that.
It might just be the channel you are on. You should have a wide button or aspect, format, zoom or view mode on the television remote to adjust the picture size.

If you have a cable box or satellite tv receiver you can try the hd zoom #, aspect or format button on it to adjust the picture size.

You might be connected to your cable box two different ways and you may be on the wrong input

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then turn box off, press guide and info on the front of the box, proceed through the setup, advanced is more in depth..lol...

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