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Picture reduced to 1/4 on a black screen

My picture is reduced to a straight horizontal line in the middle of the screen- the top and bottom of the screen is entirely black. When i turned the TV off last night is was fine, nomal full screen picture. When I truned on this morning, I had the reduced picture in screen.

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  • hotshot0 Nov 04, 2008

    i have the same problem with mt tv how do i fix it help please

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Picture is reduced to a straight horizontal line across the center of the screen.

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