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Re: picture doesn't fit the screen
You need to adjust the VERTICAL trim pot , you have to open the TV and look for a tiny round plastic or metal button and while tv is on adjust it till you get the whole screen inside the
plastic frame, hope that it helps.
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If you are watching widescreen format movie or tv programming on a non-widescreen tv, that is how it will appear. The widescreen is a wider picture so to show it on a less wide screen, it has to shrink down to fit. and leave blank space top and botton.
Try adjusting the tracking on your VCR. This symptom would typically be caused by a slight tracking error in your VCR or video heads that need to be cleaned. Your Zenith TV may be a little more sensitive to video synchronization problems than your other TV is.
If VCR tracking adjustments have no effect on the symptom, then the problem could be in the TV, but I'll need more details to assist you with troubleshooting. For example, how do you connect the VCR to the TV?
Hi it sound like you a problem called east west correction. But you will need to take it to a repair shop to fix it. My self i charge about £30 to fix this kind of fault. But dont know what others charg All the best Bob
What you're describing sounds like a vertical deflection problem if it also occurs when you're watching a TV program. This type of trouble is a component failing in the vertical circuit of your set. A loose solder connection could cause this.
On the other hand, if it just happens when you run the VCR, your problem could be somewhere in the tape drive mechanism or possibly a bad tape. Things like slipping clutches,bad belts sticking guide rollers are a few things that will cause this in a VCR.
You need to have a tech check it for you.
Hope this gives you some help.