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Picture got bigger

My tv picture got bigger and tv shuts off and on by itself
can i adjust the picture to fit the tv...its cutting peoples
heads and i can read the bottom...
than is able to fit

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Yes, you can adjust the picture by using your remote going to settings, or "Adjust" when your t.v. turns on and off by itself could have'ft to do with nasty weather near you, or the cord is loose and it needs to be pushed in all the way.

Posted on Nov 29, 2007

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