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Samsung LCD LN52A750 picture too big

I have a Samsung LN52A750R1FXZA LCD flatscreen. The picture in the wide screen mode is too large for the screen. How do I shrink the top and bottom so that it fits the screen? I found where I can take the picture up and down, but I lose either the top or bottom depending on whicj way I go.

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  • Anonymous Jan 12, 2009

    Picture is too big. When watching football games, the scores on top and bottom are cut off and can not be seen completely.

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SOURCE: Image cut off of Samsung LCD TV picture

if you have a time warner remote press the # to zoom
cox has another button . don't know it. ask them.

Posted on Mar 08, 2008

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SOURCE: ilo lcd tv..picture too large??

I had the same problem and tried everything with the tv to get it back to normal. I would look for what was suggested by tvtek, but also look on your cable remote or box for an "aspect" button. That fixed my problem. If your problem occurs with DVDs as well then you may have another issue, but if it is with cable only, try this. When I called our cable company the tech said alot of people this button without even knowing it.

Posted on Mar 22, 2008

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Go into the setup menu of the TV, and you'll find a category called DISPLAY or ZOOM. That's where you can change the aspect ratio so that it fits on the screen. You'll probably get a gray band on the top and bottom of the screen due to the re-sizing.

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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Sounds like your cable box is zoomed in, I run into this a lot when running service calls. On most cable provider's remotes there is an 'aspect' button next to or around the '0'. Try that and see if it helps you out at all :)

Posted on Feb 24, 2010

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SOURCE: Wide screen mode won't go back to "normal".

Was exactly what you said. The cable box settings were in wide mode. Couldn't figure it out at all. Funny thing was too.. on my cable box remote, the button under the #9 button is the # button.. it doesn't say zoom at all.. but it totally controls the zoom.

So thanks for that.. AND thanks for saying "under the #9 on the cable remote" instead of just saying .. the zoom button.

Thanks again!!!

Posted on Apr 06, 2010

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