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Picture is stretched on top and bottom of screen

The picture is stretched on top and bottom of screen, including the channel numbers and the closed captioning. There are no options on my tv remote to adjust that. What can I do? What happened?

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You have a vertical linearity problem. change the vertical output and components.you need a qualified tv technician to solve this problem

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