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Julie Tricroce Posted on Jun 22, 2007
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Picture seems to fall off the screen.

I moved my Sanyo DS25390 from downstairs to upstairs and when I hooked it up again to my cable box, the picture seems too big for the screen. It is cutting off on all four sides. I cannot find the remote for the television, is there a way to fix this? I tried unplugging it for a few hours hoping it would reset itself and that didn't work. Thanks! Julie

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Julie,Did you by Chance have a Projection tv down stairs,If so Contact you Cable Company for Proper Settings......

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