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My HDTV monitor will randomly zoom in (hiding edes of picture) from time to time and zoom back out.

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In menu select pix size at 16:9 as defaul

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Go to Display settings and make sure Auto Detect is off.
Then if it's off or after reset go to HDTV settings and select 1920x1080, if there is no picture wait till it comes back and select 1360x768. Just keep going down till you find one that works.
It's a bit of a bummer some TV's out there have no option to disable the overscan. Also a bigger shame that a lot of TV's are sold as 1080p yet only have a 1366x768 native resolution.
However this solution should fix overscan issues if it can't be done through the TV.

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Have you noticed if the monitor gets hot before it turns off?

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