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Hd channels black bars

I just got HD channels on my new wide screen....but there are black bars on top and bottom of the HD channels making the picture smaller .....What do I do to fix?

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I am sorry but no one can help with that, it is because the original itself is in that ratio. But if u have a zoom option in ur remote then u can remove that black bars.

Thankyou

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