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Philips 61"TV chopping heads and bottom off

It is a Philips 61" TV. Heads are chopped off as well as not being able to read the bottom of the screen. There is not a "Ratio" button. There is a position button.

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Check the formate and make sure it is nit 4:3 try wide screen and the other formate options.If that don't fix the problem the problem is the SSB part number 310432716308 that is the video processor.

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