Question about Panasonic Viera TC-L32C12 32 in. LCD TV
The picture on my TV is bigger than the screen. Zoom and aspect ration doesnt fix the problem, its almost like it is always zoomed in.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
make sure your hd cable connection from your cable box is going to an hd connection to your tv.[via hdmi, dvi,or componant.] if you have a different hook up such as rca out or coax out, these are not hd connections and you are probably streching out the picture.look at the rear of the tv & cable box and see how the connections are.the hd hook up to the hd input should make the picture the right size only if it's set on the hd input channel.hook up the dvd player to a aux/line in or video/source input and try changing the picture size. you may have to play around with it till you get it the way you want.
hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
SOURCE: Panasonic TV 50 inch plasma
I had the same problem and found that I was viewing the TV input instead of the composite input. Once I changed it back, the aspect setting would hold.
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
On the verizon FIOS tv box, turn the FIOS STB on, and turn on the tv, tap the following buttons on the Verizon FIOS STB )in this order) 1-Power, then Select, then Menu. This will bring up the FIOS STB HD options. Arrow down to 4:3 Bypass and set the bypass option to 480P. Hit power 2 times, once to turn off, second time to turn STB back on. This should on standard channels give you the zoom feature back. This worked on my Samsunf 5053 TV model.
Posted on May 06, 2008
disconnect the x and y sustain boards from the power supply. then check the flex connector to the screen and reseat them. check connections on c boards at bottom and screen connectors. reconnect the power supply only after all flex cables are reconnected or charge from supply will burn flex cables. if still preent replace correcsponding c board. if still no fix replace panel.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
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