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1) On the original TV remote press the menu button. 2) Scroll down to SETUP and press MENU button to select it. 3) Scroll down to WIDE 4) Use the LEFT and RIGHT arrow keys to adjust to your viewing preference.
**** NOTE: When you adjust these settings you may notice a difference in the picture on the HD channels. When you are viewing an HD channel but the network is not broadcasting that show in HD they push in the sides to compensate and try to make it a sharper picture but know this is normal.
The noise reduction option will cause a blur on fast movement. Also, you probably already know this, but a standard definition broadcast will look very blurry on an HD TV, so make sure the channel you're watching is actually an HD channel.
Oh, wow, I just noticed that this is from October. Oh well, maybe you're still having problems.
You did not say what kind of repair work was done on your set but suspect that is was a failure in the convergence circuit. That said I also suspect that aftermarket IC's where installed that are not up to par with the originals. Good Quality IC's and undoing the adjustment already made should cure your problem with minimal labor time involved. To do a Full Convergence Alignment will cover up the problem but the IC's won't last followed by replacement again with quality parts and another full alignment.