Picture over to the left????

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  1. dogtown

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    Does anyone else get this problem?

    I'm using a sky box for all of the free chennels and on some programmes the picture is way over to the left.

    I know its not the tv as I've tried the different picture modes and its still the same.

    can this be fixed??
     
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    A bit more information, please. :)

    Make/model of Sky box and ditto of tv.

    Also, how are the two connected?

    Which channels are affected, or is it certain programmes within a channel?
     
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    Just a normal Sky HD box connected to my samsung LED TV via A hdmi lead.

    It does it on different prog on most the channells, I still get a full screen picture but its like the camera filming it is over to the left...:confused:
     
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    In that case, you've posted in the wrong section, but don't worry, I'm sure Logi will move it, if he can tear himself away from the Olympics. ;)

    (That's an in-joke for regulars, by the way.)

    We really need the make/model of the Sky box, please, especially if it's a Thomson which can give all sorts of strange problems.
     

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