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Streched screeen! My TV screen is streched from both sides, for example i can't view the logo of the channels because the picture is streched! it's just like when you strech your PC screen. is there a code to inter so i can adjust this problem? i don't seem to find anything to fix it??

Posted by Moe Sammak on

  • Moe Sammak Jan 15, 2007

    it didn't work!
    the guy who made the screen strech horizentaly told me that he was clicking on the tv's remote control then this happened! i can view the news bar because the vertical didn't change only the horizental. just like the computer screen

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I see more of this out in the field everyday. If you have a cable box or satelite receiver, then look for a format change on it. Usually in that components menu. If, you still cannot find the answer, reply back with the type of unit, if any, that control the channel on the set. I hope this helps.

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