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I can't change the "View Mode" from STRETCH on HD channels. What do I do? Also I can't find a manual.

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If using a cable box change the resolution to 720p. Adjust size with the cable box's remote. It should have an hd zoom # button or format button. If you are using an antenna or no cable box some channels are just going to display that way and there won't be any way to change that. The manual can be downloaded here: http://www.sharp.ca/manuals/default2.asp
Download the one for the LC19SB24U

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