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Sansui 54cm TV zoom

The picture / screen is zoomed to a smaller picture on my Sansui 54cm TV. How do I restore it back to normal

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My sansui tv 54cm show green colour on the screen no sound no pictures

The chorma IC to your tV has damaged. It should be replaced.

Apr 29, 2012 | Standard (CRT) Televisions

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Son got a hold of the remote and now the picture is larger and doesn't fit the screen- I don't know how to get it back to normal. Help!

your tvs zoom function is in on position. to make it of just press the picture size button on your tvs remote. every time press the picture size button different mode will seected, like zoom ,compression ,normal.
select the normal mode.
be sure that the selector switch in the side of the remote should be at TV

Jan 27, 2011 | Toshiba 32HF73 32" TV

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It appears that the image on the screen is zoomed in, but I can't figure out how to "undo" that. Thank you!

If the image on screen is zoomed both in vertical and horizontal direction, your TVs power regulator inside it is faulty. [Overvoltage]. If it is zoomed in vertical direction only, that is only the height of the picture is zoomed, you can adjust it with the remote control button directly on going through menu and get in to the function menu. Normally all TV remote has a special button marked as "Zoom" which on pressing it once the picture get zoomed, again another press the picture gets wide and again an another press picture will come to normal mode. You should select normal mode to retify the problem.

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My proscan tv went into wide screen....everything shows up bigger. how do I get it back to normal? By wide screen, I mean if there are 2 people sitting at a table talking on screen at opposite sides of...

It sounds like you accidentally enabled a zoom feature or something similar.

Most remote controls should have a clearly labeled "zoom" button or a "picture size" option. If not, go into your TV's menu and look for something zoom related.

If this doesn't work, just go ahead and toy around in your TV's menu. I strongly suggest writing down the default settings so you can go back to them if you screw something up.

Good luck!

Aug 27, 2009 | Proscan Standard (CRT) Televisions

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Picture stretched on samsung ws32z409t tv

Sometimes on a remote theirs a zoom button or HD zoom if you pressed that the tv will do what you describe if you press it again it will go back to normal view.

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Zoomed screen on my TV

with remote control use Zoom boton, or enter to menu and seek for this option.

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Zoom in and zoom out


Try looking in the menu under PICTURE. see if there is picture size adjustment for picture size eg 16 x 9 4 x 3 normal wide.

Nov 10, 2007 | Bush 2871NTX 28" TV

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Picture bigger than screen

This can be caused not enough high voltage going to the picture tube. If the picture seems to get larger and smaller depending on the brightness of the scene on the screen that is probably what it is. IF that is the problem, there isn't much a normal consumer can do.

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Jvc television

If you have zoom button on the remote and it doen't work the remote may be defective. If the zoom is in the menu you can go in there an turn it off.

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