Question about Televison & Video
Disconnect it from any inputs and then try to enter the menu. Sometimes peripherals like dvd players will activate built in settings for compatability. If it persists, try working with the menu anyways, it could be a malconfiguration that is fixable through correcting the picture options, color, and sharpness.
Though I have seen a similar problem occur on a smaller tv after a lightning surge hit it. The picture was fine but the menu, channel number etc, went off screen half way. If this is the case the tv is probably ok but the controller card is scrap and needs to be replaced. I'd contact the manufacturer if it needs to be replaced they maybe able to supply you with one.
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
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