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Picture cuts off at bottom of screen

When watching some shows, notably PBS, the station ID logo is slightly cut off at the bottom. Is there a way to adjust picture size or position throught the service mode? Anyone know the code for these adjustments? Thanks

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Anonymous

Do your basic trouble shooting first, disconnecting satelite or cable box, etc. to eliminate bad attached components or cables. How old is the bulb for this model. They are only good for three years of so. $300.00 part. If the main Wega engine is out, look out, expensive part. Have a qualified tech look at your unit. It will pay for itself as the picture looked even better than new after repairs.

Posted on Jul 24, 2007

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