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Unexpected zoomed-in picture on my JVC PD 42X776

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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    I tried this and it worked perfectly. thanks for the great solution!

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Depending on the cable provider there is a zoom function on the cable box remote , # for time warner.

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