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Image cut off of Samsung LCD TV picture

The top and bottom of the picture on my Samsung LCD TV are cut off. have tried adjusting the image size, but there are only 2 options--full, widescreen or a square in the center of the screen. ??? Help!

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  • Anonymous Jun 21, 2008

    He's right! The # button did the trick and fixed my picture cut off issue! thanks so much

  • seth613 Aug 18, 2008

    I have the same problem with my Samsung 52 in LCD Television. The top and Bottom are cut off at least 1 inch on each side.

  • Anonymous Sep 06, 2008

    my picture is cutoff and tv wont adjust back



  • Cameron98 Sep 23, 2008

    the top and bottom of the picture on my Samsung LCD TV are cut off. have tried adjusting the image size, but there are only 2 options--full, widescreen or a square in the center of the screen. ??? Help!

  • klabudzki May 11, 2010

    Hi,



    I have a picture cut off at the bottom of the screen by 1/4 on my Toshiba portable TV. I have used universal remote control, Philips, as I do not have original Toshiba one.

    This did not work. There is not many buttons in front of tv, just volume control and channel change button .Could you help?

    Regards,

    Kris

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If you have a time warner remote press the # to zoom
cox has another button . don't know it. ask them.

Posted on Mar 08, 2008

  • yardsaler320 Jan 30, 2011

    actually...instead of pressing the # sign, we pressed the asterisk, and it worked!!

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IF YOU'RE USING A TV CABLE BOX, USE ITS REMOTE TO ADJUST THE PICTURE, NOT THE SAMSUNG REMOTE. CHOOSE "NORMAL", AND YOU'LL SEE EVERYTHING THAT'S BEING BROADCAST.

GOOD LUCK!

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My Samsung TV squashed the image. I have basic cable, no HDTV. Is there an adjustment for this.

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Yes you guys saved my life!

Posted on May 20, 2012

THANK YOU ... my cable was on zoom and it was an easy fix!!!

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Found some relevant info on how to adjust your video settings... You might want to give it a try!

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