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john terranova Posted on Feb 25, 2007
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I have an rca scenium

The rca scenium tv i have has issues with the size of the screen... it constantly changes sizes in the middle of a show or movie....it will get widescreen and then go back to normal......it also will do it when you are looking at the menu or info to see whats on.

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