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How do i make the screen wider or in full picture mode?

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You need to be on a digital channel, standard TV will show in the middle of the screen, like letterbox. If you're using an antenna, go to channel 2.4. if you have cable, go to a higher number channel (on fios, channel 2 digital is 502)

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