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Picture doesn't fit the screen

My picture all of a sudden is not fitting the screen. It appears to be about 20% to big. If there are any graphics (like sporting events, scores etc.) they usually get cut off. It appears the picture has stretched? I've played with the picture settings in the menu but that does not fix the problem.
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Kevin Osborne
Denver Co

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  • ozzy01020 Mar 05, 2008

    I am a Comcast customer and apparently this is a common problem with their DVR receiver. The fix is simple, unplug the DVR unit for 30 seconds then plug it back in. Thanks for bringing it to my attention that it was probably cable related.

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Try locating the aspect ratio adjustment on your cable box if you have one.

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