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There are 2 inches of black space on both sides of my screen.

My screen is not on wide view, so there is about 2 inches of black space on both sides of the screen.

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  • tricia427 May 04, 2009

    I have about 4 buttons to hit and none of them are helping other than with brightness/volume. Is there a way to get a manual for these monitors?

  • tricia427 May 04, 2009

    Nevermind, I got it. Thanks!

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There should be a way to go into the screen settings on the set (either from the remote or on the bottom of the screen). From that menu you can adjust the size of the screen, stretch it, align it, etc.

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