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DVR620KU From the HDMI connector, how to get non-pinched vertical HDMI images on the TV monitor and on the DVD. Recorded DVD's have been Finalized

PROBLEM: [3 of 4 HDMI Video images & DVD recordings vertically pinched.] Progressive: ON & OFF; set to ON. Aspect Ratio: Auto, 4:3, & 16:9; set at 16:9. Inputs L1 & L2; set at L1, Dubbing VCR to DVD. Recording compatible ON. HDMI Format to RGB. [TV & recorded DVD images] are the same; Height correct in HDMI selection 740x480, and [[vertically pinched in 1280x720,1920x1080i, & 1920x1080]]; set at 1920x1080i. DVDs also, vertically pinched when played on another DVD players & this unit. Changed output HDMI cable to a Hi Quality cable. No improvement. Connected 3 different TV's, SONY 50", SAMSUNG (Older 27" & New 55" SMART TVs), still vertically pinched. VHS to DVD works OK except for the 3 HDMI vertically pinched output. Tried different mfg's of blank DVD & DVD-R & DVD+Rs. Purchased DVDs play correctly FULL height in all modes. HELP, JIM jbenham10@cox.net

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Using a DVD-RW disk, try ALL different recording settings even if they don't seem probable and record a sample. If output is correct with all BUT the HDMI-cable, go through ALL picture format settings on the TV when a HDMI-cable is used. Different discs and HDMI cables don't have anything to do with this. I'm still chewing on this...

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