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I need help with my picture on my LG flat pamel tv. I can not see the subtitles in a program or scores and it is driving me crazy. Help please

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Check your aspect ratio setting. You may have it on Zoom 1 or Zoom 2 and then the picture will be stretched out and you won't see the bottom.

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