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Emerson Television Problem - Picture Offscreen

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I've had an Emerson television for a bit now (model ewf2004a) and one thing has always bugged me. Usually it's not noticable, but some DVD menus/video game reveal that the borders of the image appearing on the tv is getting cut off by a pretty substantial amount (1-2 inches). This results in not always being able to read text or see graphics that are set too high or low in the picture. I've tried plugging different devices into both inputs and the result is the same, leading me to assume fault on part of the T.V. Also, I'm using composite cables (? the yellow, red, white ones) to hook things up to the television. I also checked the manual but it didn't seem to help.

I don't know if it helps or not, but the television also has a "game" mode which only seems to make the screen darker.
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