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I'm assuming you got a new remote with the cable/sat box. These remotes can act as universal remotes but must have a code input that will operate your particular brand of TV. This should allow for turning the TV on and off and controlling the volume if you are using the TV speakers. You should also check that the correct button has been pushed on the remote to operate the channel selection on your cable/sat box. There should have been a user manual given to you with the new cable/sat box that will detail the process for finding and inputting the code and other troubleshooting. You may also find answers on the cable/sat provider's website. Good luck.
Look for button labeled ratio, push as many times as it takes to get right size,usually 16:9. If you are using a cable box/satellite box the pix size could also be adjusted within its menu. but first be sure the TV is properly set to 16:9
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You will have to go to the setup on the LG50P.... and get to the picture resolution, For example your monitor settings should have the ablitiy to set up the 4:1 or 16:9 aspect ratio. The best is to set this at automatic ... usually the case on a 1080i or 1080p
this should be easy to fix. The first thing is to check the buttons. Make sure that the buttons ar not pushed in and they work. What I meen is that when you push a button make sure it makes a cliking noise when you push it and releas it. If it dose not that is your problem. If they all work, Unplug the tv for 30 min. then plug it back in. It should work after that. If the remote dose not work after unplugging the set, you may have internal problems
Push the "Ratio" button on your remote and see if that helps. I am assuming you are connected to either a cable or satellite box. If pushing ratio doesn't work, it may be a setting in the box. Post what kind of box your using and I will see if I can help.