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Just hooked up new DP19648 scaned chanels got beautiful pictures but they are to big for the screen. It cuts one half of their heads of & hides info on bottom of the screen. Can i adjust it some how?

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Yes, on the lower left of the remote hit the PIX button until it fits signal you want. there r 4 settings

Posted on Jun 05, 2008

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    moudyj126 Mar 13, 2013

    This is actually quite pointless, as all it does is zoom the screen in with the cut off still apparent, actually it makes it worse, a better solution would be to tell us how to adjust the screen size and yes i know its a service code.

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