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How do I change my hd format to standard. It is currently in stretch format

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Si Te funciona bien el control remoto del tv ve a configuracion de pantalla y desactiva el zoom o funci?n de estiramiento si no esta activada entonces ve a configuraci?n de pantalla y ajusta en el men? tu tipo de pantalla o tambi?n resetea el tv en la funci?n que trae de factory reset espero q resuelvas saludos.

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