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Picture expands past frame

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my kids were playing with controler and now every channel we watch has peoples heads missing, etc. my view mode wont correct it. please help

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  • Anonymous Aug 28, 2008

    i have the same problem, but i dont have those buttons on my remote.
    we tried pushing almost all the buttons but it didnt work




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Look for a "zoom", "format", or "aspect ratio" button on your remote. Pressing will scroll through the types of display.

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