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Enlarged picture we experienced a power surge from a storm and the picture on the zenith is so large it goes off the edge of the screen. This has happened before and we had to call out a repair person who just used a remote to reset the factory settings then charged us $60.00. Is there anyway we can reset the settings. the repair person said the power surge scramble the tv settings. help!

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First thing to dois unplug the set for a GOOD 24 hurs

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