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I just bought an olevia 242V and the menu is a little hard to navigate. I read that in the reviews and I was ready but to set up the picture size it doesnt matter if I push full screen zoom 1 or 2 the picture still doesnt fill the whole screen. I have black lines on each side. What do I need to be doing to fix this and set my tv up right?

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The RGB Guns need to be alingned and focused. Any TV Repair guy can do that for about $40.00

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