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I want the picture to take up the entire screen

Right now the picture does not take up the entire screen its like watching a 22 in picture with a black boarder around it...how do I adj so it takes up the full screen?

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You will want to go into the menu and look for the picture format option this should give you several ratios to scroll through and see which you like best for what you watch some come with presets and others let you make your own to adjust for letterbox movie viewing or cable/sat sports games

hope this helps
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Posted on Apr 29, 2010

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