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Widening around the border of picture

I have noticed the last couple of days when people walk towards the edges of the t.v. their faces and body parts get very wide and distorted. Is there something going wrong with my t.v?

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  • jerdee Mar 05, 2008

    I don't have a manual but just putting it back to factory settings fixed it. Thanks for the help :)

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I suggest you read your manual.You likely have the picture setting on Panorama or Wide setting, and your manual should explain that Wide Screen pictures are stretched at the sidea to fill the screen.

Posted on Mar 03, 2008

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