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Turning Off "Just Fit"

Hi everyone. I have had my TV for a few years now and recently when I put in a wide screen DVD, it starts out in wide mode but switches to full screen. My friend suggested I go to the manual zoom page but no matter what I pick, the player continues to "fill" my screen. Please help. Thanks, Ken Bannon

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    Hey Evil, thanks for the help.......Ken

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I had the same problem. i see this post was from a couple months back, so i'm not sure if you've solved it yet. Also, not sure what kind of TV you have, but I'm assuming it's in a 4:3 layout. If you can get to your zoom menu, you'll see a few different options in the menu (Auto/4:3/European Standard/16:9 standard/etc). Select 4:3. This worked for me. if your TV is not this aspect, or there are differences, look in your manual, one of these options should change that. hope it helps

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