Sounds like you might be in the panoramic display mode... check your remote for a button labelled "WIDE" - it's on the left side just below the "GUIDE" button.
Hitting WIDE will cycle through the various viewing modes (normal, zoom and panoramic).
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Sorry the problems u have is not for hobbiest or amature to do.High voltage Deflection board areas.This problems,must have experience tv tech to troubleshoot and replaced parts or boards require for the tv.Could be extensive repairs or just requiring test and replaced some of many small capacitors,resistors,transistors and ICS.Have to do major troubleshooting though.Must get priced quotes by many big screen tv shops,than u decide,which to give the job to.
Hello. It does not look like there is something wrong with electronics in your TV. Most likely settings for picture are got messed up. It could be TV settings or source (cable box, etc. settings). Using remote control of your TV find picture settings in menu and make sure it set to "standard" instead of "zoom", "stretch", "wide" etc. You might need to do the same with cable/satellite box menu. Some devices have button "picture" or "format" on remote control for this purpose. You can also connect DVD player first and see if picture is stretched as well to determine if it is TV settings are wrong or it is outside of TV set. Regards. Russ.
There are adjustments in the size of the items on a screen under the screen properties, settings. If you right click on the desktop screen and then properties you can get there. There is at least one size which causes a distortion of images being displayed. This may be your problem.
Channels that transmit in 480 or 720 may not fill the screen. You can use the Aspect or Zoom button or feature to expand those channels to fill the screen but there may be some stretching in one direction or parts of the picture may extend beyond the edge of the TV. Some TVs have a "justified" setting that will not distort the center of the picture and just stretches the corners. Look in your manual for Picture Size, Aspect, or Zoom for details about your TV.