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Picture on Olevia lcd is too large for screen.

No matter what aspect i choose, the picture on my Olevia lcd is too large for screen. Sports scores, tv station logos, subtitles are all cut off. Can't change it no matter what aspect i choose.

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If you are on a cable or dish box, check aspect setting from you box, TV needs to be 16-9 or full, set TV first then change setting on box.

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Was having same problem and was able to fix the problem by selecting HD Zoom button on cable remote.

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