Vizio D24H-J09 display issue

ikonix360

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It doesn't.

For aspect ratio it only has normal stretch wide and zoom.

I have picture size and position, but picture size only reduces or enlarges she displayed image. The image looks like it is slightly zoomed somewhat, but in normal it isn't supposed to be zoomed.
 

MemRefreshABC

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It doesn't.

For aspect ratio it only has normal stretch wide and zoom.

I have picture size and position, but picture size only reduces or enlarges she displayed image. The image looks like it is slightly zoomed somewhat, but in normal it isn't supposed to be zoomed.
It sounds like the zoom settings may be stuck. Is there any way you can reset by any chance?
 

Joe C

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Have you attempted to use the "Game Mode" in the settings? This is for pc usage.
ADJUSTING THE PICTURE SETTINGS
Your TV can be adjusted to suit your preferences and viewing conditions.
To adjust the picture mode settings:

Menu > Picture > Picture Mode

1. Use the Navigation buttons on the remote to highlight Picture Mode, then use
the Left/Right Navigation buttons to change the picture mode:

• Vivid — Sets the picture settings to values that produce a brighter, more
vivid picture.

• Bright — Great for viewing everyday TV, such as news and TV shows, that
requires a brighter image with motion enhancements.


• Calibrated — Accurate colors intended for cinema content viewing in a
bright room.


• Calibrated Dark — Accurate colors intended for cinema content viewing in a
dark room or at nighttime.


• Game — Reduces throughput delays and optimizes the picture settings for
displaying game console output. Also the preferred picture mode for computer
mode.



• Sports — Sets the picture settings to values ideal for watching sport events with
motion control setting.


TIP: If you save changes to the setting for a picture mode, an
asterick will appear after its name. See Saving a Custom Picture
Mode on page 12.
User Manual
 
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