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Panasonic Cinemavision PT-47WX42f. The cable company hooked up the cable box on COMPONENT 1 and now my DVD player (on any VIDEO) looks zoomed in (screen lists as FULL aspect). Remote control was chewed by a dog. Cannot find a universal that is compatible enough to manually change aspect. Very frustrated. Any help?

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R800 open on power board next to the relay.the resistor value is1.5 ohms 10 watt resistor.

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