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There is a black border around the TV screen. Want picture on whole screen. How do I do that

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well based on ur info, ur tv has a prolem in power supply section, particularly regulation circuit. the regulator of the circuit seems to be mulfunctioning thats why insufficient voltage is coming out from B+ which in turn goes to high voltage circuits thats why the produced picture is insufficient. if this is very technical to u, have it check with a qualified technician.

Posted on Jan 16, 2007

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The remote control for the TV sets 16.9, 4.3, 16.9 zoom etc... Use the two buttons I highlighted in yellow to change the screen size.

Posted on Feb 23, 2007

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi TV

Someone turned on the closed caption my friend. You will have to turn it off with the remote most likely. Since you thought we are fortune tellers and did not leave a model number, we cannot instruct you on how this is done. Most likely there will be a button on the remote that says captions or CC. Good Luck

Posted on Oct 05, 2007

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Dear milly, so is it clear that this happens on all games or just some? tell me a little more about your system and games you play, I'll try and help. JLS

Posted on Oct 21, 2008

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SOURCE: Toshiba TP50G60 Big Black Square Covering the screen?

try the closed caption adjustments. i had a tv that did the same thing and the captiong did it. turn caption off nd try.

Posted on Dec 19, 2008

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