The picture on my JVC PD 42X776 is zoomed in a great deal, as if it were looking at the image through binoculars. This isn't an issue with the aspect ratio, and I can't find any solutions. The problem began when I unplugged the HDMI cable from my Sony Playstation while the tv was on to plug it into my cable box. Any ideas on how to fix this?
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The Aspect ratio of the TV could be on the wrong setting for the image you are trying to view. Widescreen's standard ratio is 16:9 ensure the TV is not set to zoom, 4:3, or pan & scan in the picture menu of your TV.
If the picture looks normal except it's just missing the edges or looks squashed or looks like it is zoomed in from the normal image then aspect ratio is probably the cause.
The "picture size" on the TV needs to be set correctly. You should have a "ZOOM" button on your remote. Press it a few times, cycling through the options... see if this fixes the problem.
Be advised, many (most) HD channels do not show HD content all the time. At the broadcasters discretion, they may choose to ADD the black bars to either side (and/or top an bottom) of the image. This is what the "ZOOM" button is actually for... to allow you to correct this, filling the screen with the image.
*Note: many cable box have a "FORMAT" or "HD ZOOM" button. When used in conjunction with the TVs zoom feature, you can end up having one device set correctly, while the other is not. The result is often a picture that is expanded far beyond the bounds of the displayable area of the screen. If you can not find a solution using the "ZOOM" button, pick the setting which shows the most image. Now adjust the cable box setting (FORMAT / HD ZOOM).
don't sit so close...really...please be more prcise with your problem...use the manual that came with your set to change the picture size...maybe the picture zoom button has been inadvertently been pressed?? in that case keep pressing it till it changes back to the original size which is 1x thru the settings page. (menu button) please be more precise with your problem... i hope this helped.
Based on the symptoms: It is possible that the Y-buffers are faulty, which may require the replacement of the Y-sus board as well. You may want to get a local technician to diagnose the unit and provide a second opinion.
Possibly but I will need a great deal more informtion... When you say no pic, do you have any raster, blue screen or any light at all?? Sound - when you change channels does it appear to change or stuck on the same channel? If you look across the screen can you see an image of a picture - use a flash light in same direction - any image at all??
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