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Craig Caldwell Posted on Nov 18, 2006
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Samsung HD 27" -- Manual Switching of Picture Size Necessary?

I have a new Samsung HDTV, TX-S2782H. It's a 27" flat screen. We have Comcast Cable with HD and digital programming. The issue I have is when going from regular to an HD channel. I have to manually change the "Picture Size" whenever navigating between regular and HD channels and it is a royal pain in the a--. Any guidance? Thanks.

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Check your remote that should have all the features to navigate in to the tv menu.if it is not working check the remote it could be faulty or the eprom in your tv neeeds to reset or replace an eprom does a lot of function in a tv set.good luck.greetings from belize.

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