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FORMAT I THINK....

TOP OF HEADS LOOK CUT OFF, PICTURE LOOKS TO CLOSE UP. IS IT THE FORMAT? I'VE TRIED THAT TOO. WHAT COULD IT BE?

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Try "Zoom" feature

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Cant get a full screen


quite often their are bars on the top and bttom of the picture, or on the side because of how wide the original picture size, if you look for a button on the remote that says 'Format', you should be able to adjust the picture size, but it may cause other channels or movies to 'cut off the heads' or stretch other images

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Peoples heads are cut off on my 52 inch screen. how do I format the picture


Try to adjust it in to your remote by choosing the menu button and try look for the picture setting or picture size when adjusting it you should press the volume control in your remote up and down, it may help thank's.

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To whom it may concern. I own a RCA D52W23 Monitor and run it through a VHS recorder. The problem I am having is when watching non-HDTV channels,I can not see the top of the picture (Heads cut off).Only...


look through the video or setup menu and find Picture Format- make sure it is not set to ZOOM.
I believe "format" is also on the remote-- upper left?

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Returning to "streched" picture as top of heads


Remote control is needed to change aspect ratio. The button on the remote is labeled format. Standard definition sources have six picture sizes and HD has two.

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Look for the button labeled format , zoom, aspect or picture size and press it until picture is the size you want.

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Picture format to large


There should be a format button on your remote to change between widescreen & fullscreen as well as the zooms. May say format or aspect. If not on remote look through your menus. Make sure which ever u select u do not choose a zoom. This will cut of top & bottom of picture

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Change your Display Format (widescreen mode) . You're using ZOOM. Press FORMAT on the TV remote control to cycle through the available display formats.

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Picture too big for screen


on your remote push the arrow key to the right or left side. this should change format and go into customer setup and turn of autoformat

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Picture too tall


first to change format push the arrow button to the left or right. if you go into piicture in the menu then go to avance picture settings then turnoff or uncheck autoformat.

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Can't view entire screen


make sure that you tv is set to the "standard" format and then try changing the aspect ratio on the cable box.

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