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I have a LN46C530 and the picture keeps goin back to 16:9, I have set it to wide fit in the menu and keep putting it back with the p.size button, but it won't stay, how can i make it stay.

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Hello,
Try to enter initial setup. Than choose home use. or by pressing volume than press menu for 3~5 second to change home use mode.
Good luck.

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