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Picture too tall

OK, I posted this to the wrong tv a little while ago. I have a RCA HDTV Model # 56w66/. My Hd channels work fine, my non hd channels appear "tall" for the screen, The tops of peoples heads are cut off at leat 1/2 to 1/4 of the way, I have tried working thru the set up, but no fixes. Help?

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I have a Sanyo, I have a "pix shape" button on my remote control. It has 4 settings. It changes the sides, top/bottom. My Dad's TV is different, his is on a menu. or look in your owners manuel.

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First to change format push the arrow button to the left or right. if you go into piicture in the menu then go to avance picture settings then turnoff or uncheck autoformat.

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