The only workarounds I have seen, are pull out pin number eight out on your scart lead, this will stop it auto switching, or alot of these wireless video senders block the auto switching features when connected up through the via the scarts.
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Hannspree is a global company,, meaning it has branches world wide and makes components or uses components from different places, however all final products are assembled in china http://www.hannspree.com/Global/common.aspx?mid=104 same as most other product manufactures.
Your set has a built in DVD player, which has a Zoom Function. Look on the remote for a button that says Aspect Ratio, or 4:3, or 16:9 or something in the dvd button area. If all else fails, try this; Press every button one at a time (the ones you are'nt sure of what they do) until you see a change in the screen size. If this doesn't work, you might unplug it and replug it in (electric that is) if nothing, leave it unplugged overnight to clear all settings. **Beware, if you have had to set-up this tv unplugging it overnight will cause you to have to do all that again, so its a last resort fix**
Thanks but I no longer require assistance. I tried to remove my post but it does not seem possible. I no longer need assistance because I sent the TV back. There is no solution as there is no universal remote code --- ridiculous for a brand new TV set that most people are probably going to want to use with cable!