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Picture On S-video the screen has two black areas on the sides of the picture like widescreen but just the opposite!???Need a Full Screen

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Shot in 4:3 and your TV is 16:9

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Samsung TSL2793HF - Slight Right Side Pincushion and Horz Line Bottom to Top Until the TV Warms up


Yes, this is rare but I have seen it before--not fixable if it is what I think it is----It is what is called a Dome effect---the shadow mask in the picture tube is actually contracting and or expanding depending on temperature---

Directly behind the phosphor coating (the stripes that you see on the screen) is a metal screen--the holes or perforations in it line up with the stripes on the phosphor screen.

Some masks either have a material or a defect causing the dome effect----Not likely to be anything else---a Pin amp problem will not usually act the way you describe but a shadow mask inside the picture tube will act exactly that way.

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Cant get a full picture


Unusual for combo not to be full screen but if there is a aspect button on the remote use it. Let me know model and brand if need more help.

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I hear audio but the screen is black.


Hi,

If everything else works - there is sound and high voltage (static on the screen) - but there is no picture (including no on-screen menus), this limits the likely area of problems is the video output circuitry or CRT filament connections. Check to see if the CRT filaments are glowing. If they are not glowing, check for bad soldering on the CRT neck board and around the flyback transformer.

Where the picture is erratic - coming and going entirely or changing brightness suddenly, with power off, remove the picture tube socket (carefully!) and clean the pins with fine sandpaper and use contact cleaner on the socket. This source of bad connections can result in a variety of erratic symptoms. Check for bad solder connections on the CRT neck board.
Hope this will help...

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The picture is crunched like if you were watching a letterbox movie.(with the black at the top an bottom of the screen how do i correct this


Black on top of bottom is widescreen.. Some dvd's are made in only widescreen. Usually you have to buy a full screen disc to cover the entire screen or change to format to 16:9 or 6:9 or whatever it handles/

You may see the black on top and bottom, it is annoying at first, but the picture is so much wider and you can actually see more on a widescreen

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I have a 32A14 Toshiba TV. At full screen, the


you have to take in affect on how old is the tv if you have had it a few years then the screen is going out and will only be a matter of time before it goes all the way out and you will be buying a new one if it not old and its one of the newer flat panels then its the signal that the tv is receiving if its hooked to a digital antena then you only get max of 720 from it on certain channels no matter if the channel or channels are showing hd with out a hd source your tv will not show better then that i have a 42 inch hd flat panel and use a antena and the best i get from my hd broadcast channels certain times will i get true hd like when the news is showing or when one of the series that was filmed in hd is on other then that i only get a 720 picture instead of a 1080 most commercals are not film in 1080 but in 720 max and i dont know why makes no since

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what model tv do you have? this is likely just a menu adjustment to change the format to full screen vice letterbox.

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Picture off center


This is usually because the resolution is set too low. Right click on the background and go to Properies. Then in the Display Properties Window go to Settings. Increase the resolution.

If you cannot increase the resolution then you need to install/reinstall your video card driver. This should have come with your PC or new graphics card.

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hi, check and see what format you are in 4.3-or 16.9 try 16.9 this is widescreen mode and should fill the screen, as for the setting on the tv, alot of these don't let you do much without the original remote. some universals may do the settings, it is hard to find one, that is cheap, and the replacements are costly(had to get one for a stereo receiver) and that was more than $100.00. good luck with that unit, hope this helps

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Screen Problems


Has the TV been dropped lately? If so it's possible the coils that guide the electron beam are misaligned. Also many tv's (same for computer monitors) have either manual knobs or firmware controls that allow you to position your screen and adjust height, width, etcetera..

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