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My hd television is zoomed in and I want to get it back to zoomed out. How do I fix this?

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Question #1: do you use the remote which came with your tv or a remote for cable, satellite, etc that you use to Comtrol the TV? Question #2: what manufacturer of tv and who is your cable, satellite provider?

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