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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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Picture is much smaller than screen size Sony tv


Should be a botton on your remote that changes that..like normal...Zoom..Full screen.And if your useing a antenna sometimes the pictures not as big as the screen. Try a hd video and see if it plays full screen

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Most Emerson remote controls have a "FORMAT" button. Each button press cycles through TV Screen aspect ratio choices, such as Normal, Movie Expand, Wide, Zoom, etc. Pick one that fills your screen. You will probably have to change this setting again, depending on the signal source or channel selected.

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check zoom on either your tv remote or direct tv remote. someone has hit the zoom button . Its can be called zoom,picture, picture size. You want to get it back to normal. this can be done by hitting one of those buttons repeatedly until you see normal come up.

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My wife was cleaning the front of our flat screen tv ....she must of hit one of the buttons on the front of the TV ....the picture went smaller How do i get it back to normal size?


Can't changes tv picture screen sizes,when the tv is off.She is cleaning the tv,when it is off wright?Yes.Than the tv programming u are watching stay small screen size the whole entire times even different seen or in commercials?Tv even in difference tv channels,screen sizes are small too?Sometimes tv changes screen sizes by itself to fit the tv programming it is playing to fit it prgramming format it displaying.Still have all small screen sizes all the tv channels.Tv must be on and playing.U have the tv original remote wright?Yes.Try looking on ur tv remote control look for a buttons said like Aspect Ratio,Picture Sizes,ZOOM or VIEWMODE buttons,by pushing one of these buttons on the remote should able to changes tv picture screen sizes.

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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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When watching a dvd and selecting zoom 1 and changing settings to whats comfortable for us it changes back to smaller screen why is this ? is there away for locking our settings ? its fine with normal TV...


the reason why you have different sizes is due to the resolution on the media. If your DVD player has a resolution upscale, you can set it to the max which should be 1080i or 1080p. this will give you the best picture. Regarding to the setting on your TV. you can go to menu, setting and picture. you can set your setting there for zoom and it will be like that for all your station. Note: if you do that, you will lose some of the edges when watching high resolution programing.

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PICTURE TO LARGE FOR THE SCREEN AND ZOOM ISNT FIXING IT


Your TV set may have settings for picture size ratios but also if you have cable or sattelite service, they too may have these settings. Try both TV and cable remocons for proper adjustment

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Zoom in and zoom out


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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.

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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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