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3 inch blank space at top and bottom of 50 inch projection hitachi ultra vision

What cause a 3 inch blank space at the top and bottom of screen.

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It does it on all channels, right now, the bars are not there, but if you turn the tv off, then back on, they are there for about two days, then they go away. We don't turn the tv off, we just change the input off, then change it back and the tv is working fine, but as soon as you turn it off or have a power outage, the bars show up again.

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Good Day, richardyoung;

Lack of vertical reflection? Does this happen on all channels? Can you change channels and the picture size changes? Are you receiving a HD signal? Have you tried changing the format?

I hate to ask you all these questions but I need to understand your concern completely. If you answered some of questions above yes / no; your TV might be okay. But try them.

Good Luck, big IRISH.

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