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Toshiba cf3572b display issue

The picture that is displayed is too large for the viewing screen. Any text that should normally show on the top, bottom or edge of the screen only partially displays. If I play a DVD that is recorded in letterbox mode will display correctly. I have looked through the manual and tried everything that is supposed to change picture settings with no success. I have tried the Reset button and unplugging it overnight. Again, no success.

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thanks , the solution you gave about the closed-caption option turning it off , worked .

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