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The picture is to big for screen how can i get it to fit if i use the cinima setting it fits but you have the black strip on top and bottom

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Try this, on the remote push the right or left arrow keys to scroll through formats

Posted on Oct 15, 2010

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  • manny8009 Oct 15, 2010

    i have tryed that and that don't work is there any adjustment to adjust

  • Willie Howell Oct 15, 2010

    is the picture stretched? horizonatally, or vertically. i have come across a few in the shop that if the picture s streched horizontaly then it is a bad compnent called a diode that a technician can replace.

  • manny8009 Oct 18, 2010

    it is streched both ways

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