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Horizontal/Vertical Adjustment Recently has this set repaired. Works fine but when my kids started playing the XBox I noticed the picture extends beyond the top, bottom and sides of the TV. How do I adjust the horizontal and vertical picture? I don't want to call the repair man back out id I don't have to.

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Your XBox's User Manual should have details on this Settings & if you can't find it, you'll have to contact Customer Care.

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