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How can i reduce the size of the picture on my Colby TV.

The picture is too large left to right

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Yes, look for Settings - Picture - Aspect Ratio

https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/what-is-the-aspect-ratio-4-3-16-9-21-9

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SOURCE: Picture too large for screen size

It's usually called format if it is an RCA

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SOURCE: text msg font size suddenly extra large, how to reduce size

use the volume key and act like your turning the volume down and the text size will go down.

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SOURCE: Comcast picture won't fit in

What you see is called overscan - full explanation here
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Overscan
On your tv it can be removed only when the tv is in PC mode, with the signal coming thru the VGA connector.

Posted on Sep 22, 2010

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Hi, well this is most likely a Aspect Ratio issue, this can be set via the TV's Menu. You simply need to adjust this aspect ratio, to suit you viewing requirements.
It is all explained how to do this in your user manual, link provided below. http://www.devicemanuals.com/guide/Television/Symphonic/Symphonic-ST420FF-20-TV-Owner's-Manual-T0RVek16az.html

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