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Picture needs to be shrunk down

I have full screen picture but it seems i am missing parts on the bottom and sides when i try my v. position it partially fixes problem but am still missing parts on bottom and sides.for instance when i watch who wants to be a millionaire i lose the bottom two answers and lots of times i lose part of the writing on the sides can you please help me thank you

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    Randy Brissette Feb 13, 2007

    yes i tried that but i don't think it is that it just seems the picture is to big for the tv frame it needs to be downsized somehow something is out of whack

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Is there auto adjust option? did you tru it?

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