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PICTURE TO LARGE FOR THE SCREEN AND ZOOM ISNT FIXING IT

I can;t get the zoom bottoms to make the picture smaller to fit the screen. I just keep going in circles on the remote getting different sizes but nothing to fit the 52" screen.

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  • Botown7 Aug 06, 2008

    I may need a new remote. I don't think the picture is the right size for the screen, and many features on the remote are not working ie. Zoom, PIP. Also, I lost my users manual and need it to properly set it up again. I was messing around with the setup options and really messed things up.

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Your TV set may have settings for picture size ratios but also if you have cable or sattelite service, they too may have these settings. Try both TV and cable remocons for proper adjustment

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