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On screen graphics like sky news logo off set to the right


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I have several TV's and sky box's in the house.

I have noticed that all the TV's are displaying the Sky News and BBC News 24 tickers off set to the right of the screen. Also the channel logos are displayed further to the right than normal.

Bloombergs ticker is fine.

Also the TV's with freeview are doing the same thing.

Have tried settings such as 4:3 and 16:9 but still the problem persists.

I have one TV, an old widescreen CRT connected to a standard digibox which displays all these things correctly.

All the other TV's are either Plasma or LCD connected to various sky box's and freeview and they all display logos and scrolling news tickers in the wrong part of the screen. The bloomberg channel is the only exception.

Any ideas please?


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