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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Adjusting screen on HD TV
I had the same problem. My cable company told me to press the # button on my remote to change it from "zoom" to "normal" and it solved the problem.
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
SOURCE: Picture Size
question how did you connect your flat TV?
if you are conected by the HDMI port you to check your resolution in your config, probably you have to decrease th resolution to 480 P or 480 I to have the totality of the screen.
the format 1080I or 1080P is for DVD player or HD decoder.
if you are connected by component cable, verify in your config menu if you can change the resolution format to 480 P or I
I hope this helps
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Posted on May 02, 2008
SOURCE: Picture Size
Also, try adjusting the settings on your cable box, not on the TV. The usually solves the problem and will then allow you to adjust the size of the picture.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
SOURCE: Cannot view the full picture
First, you have to tell me how the cable box is connected to the TV, by HDMI or component. If it is connected by HDMI, the cable box settings will override the picture size settings on the TV. It may be as simple as resetting the picture size on the cable box, but I am not familiar with the type of cable boxes that Comcast uses.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
SOURCE: Picture outside of screen limits
I have Time Warner Cable and just FIXED this problem. On the cable box remote, there is a button with the word "Aspect" on it. On my particular remote, this is the "#" button (pound symbol) and by pressing that button, it gives you options of "Zoom 1", "Zoom 2", "Stretch" and "Normal". By setting it to "Normal", it completely solved the problem. Oh and by the way, my t.v. is the LG 47" flat screen LCD. Hope this helps the other frustrated folks out there.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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