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small crack width 5 inches

but there is a vertical black space the size of the crack from top to bottom of tv

Is there a way to have picture on area that does not have crack without making picture smaller
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"Is there a way to have picture on area that does not have crack without making picture smaller "

No, you cannot choose which part of the screen is used a the picture when smaller than the full screen centers automatically.
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i beklieve that is possible if the tv is used as display for a PC
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