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Some programs are HD but broadcast in 4:3. ESPNHD often does this. I don't have comcast cable so I can't comment on them specifically but directtv and my HDTV have a "Native" mode that displays the picture as it is broadcast. So a 16:9 picture originated image is displayed in 16:9 format on my tv, an image originating in 4:3 format is displayed as 4:3 on my tv. In Native mode I never experience stretched/distoted or flattened/cut off images. I always see the image as broadcast, whether HD or standard and in the correct format.
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Using the cable remote, turn the cable box off using the remote's POWER button.
Press and hold the red MENU button on the remote until the cable signal returns and a blue dialogue box apears on the TV screen
Select TV ASPECT RATIO using the up and down navigation in the middle of the remote
Set the aspect 16:9
Exit the display by pressing the POWER button
Turn the cable box on using the POWER button
Check and you should the have the correct picture.
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I hope it helps with your problem.
I hope it helps.
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