Make sure you aren't in component mode and hagve plugged in and RCA cable(Yellow, Red, and White) look back behind the TV and unplug your cables and reconnect them into the Yellow Red and White ports. Then change the TV input to Composite(Press Source until it says comopsite on the top right). That should fix your problem.
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I fixed a Phillips 37" TV that was doing this by re-soldering the wire/pin joints on the button board (side of TV). You have to take the TV apart and have a soldering iron to do this, of course. But it's really not that hard to do.
I'm a caveman, and I did it!
it indicates that the problem is aspect ratio or pixel settings for thescreen
bring up the on screen menu and adjust the pixel setting to fit the screen or the apsect ratio to fit the screen
read the operators manual to see how the adjustments are made
switch from 75 ohm coax to the rca jacks (red and white) even better would be coaxial digital sound (orange rca jack)or optical for the best raw 5.1 channel sound there should also be a way to use the menu to turn off notifications like that
i have the LC-26GA4U LCD TV & mine has the exact same problem. I brought it to an authorized sharp tv repair shop it turns out its the LCD panel. the panel costs $1700 & with labor installed it comes to $2055.43. almost exactly what I paid for the tv 2 years ago. good luck. Mike