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32 RCA Telvision With Picture Stretch

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The picture is stretched horizontal. Cutting off Some of the picture just wonderin if there is a way to get into service menu or do ratio change or something. In picture setup it is very basic just color,contrast and tilit that type of thing. No pincushon or anyhting any info would be great thanks for the help!

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Mis-shaped pix is often a bad capacitor in scan circuit or a bad
solder connect on a shaping capacitor lead...............T.

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The text along the sides of the tv screen are not completely in view


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Picture too big for screen; cutting off top of heads and bottom of screen


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I do not have a full screen with most channels even with view mode set to stretch oe S.stretch


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Good evening, I've gone through the manual and I can't get my TV to show 100hz (always 50hz), also on some channels I cannot get the picture to fit the screen (it's 32''). Any help would be greatly...


Well, first the 100Hz issue. Your TV will display a descriptor or the signal it is receiving, not a descriptor of the picture you are watching. Your TV panel has a native resolution and frequency. In your case, that frequency is 100Hz. Everything, like it or not, must be converted to 100Hz for the TV to work. In your manual, you are simply adjusting setting which smooth the picture and make it flow better than it would at 50Hz. This feature is slight of hand and is probably working just fine. As for the picture fitting the screen; HD programs fill the screen of HD channels.... SD (Standard Definition) programs use black bars on each side when on HD channels. You can use any available wide or picture size feature your TV may have to stretch the picture. You may be unable to stretch the picture, due to restrictions (some TVs will not resize HD formats).

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I can't see the whole picture. the tops of everyone's heads are cut off. Normal, stretch, zoom format does not fix it


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My sony tv problem is that the picture is stretch horizontally..


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The positioning of my desktop's imageis still distorted despite running the easy tune display wizard and my using the auto tune keys on the side of the monitor.


Use the manual methods on your monitor (horizontal and vertical size and position), not the auto tune and see if you can get it to improve.

Try using a different desktop picture as well.

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32" rca picture stretched


Before you fool around with this, it may be under warranty. Check that first. Second, does the picture stretch in both directions or just vertically? If just vertically is it more pronounced at the top?
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Adjust manual picture on TV


Sounds like you may have caps going bad . Adjusting may tend to only stretch the the picture too much . Also when you say horizontal are you saying the top and bottom are closing in ? If yes then your problem is in the vertical section . If side to side then check the horizontal section . Good luck

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