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My parent's JVC did this as well. It took us a little while to solve it (and through searching for how to fix it, found this post).
Using the JVC's remote control, we pushed the C.C. (closed caption) button and cycled to the "OFF" setting. That fixed it. Using the TV's front panel setting did not fix the issue, we had to use the remote control.
Note: the "text" CC setting re-displays the black box.
This sound like a problem with the Closed Caption, on many sets if the C.C. is set to text a black box apears, and since it only happens on DVD you might look at the DVD menu and see if it has this Text featcher in the Closed Caption menu and turn it off
my tv was working fine. somebody hit the menu button on the tv or the remote and i get the black box appearing in the middle of the screen. and also the pip is staying on my tv it keeps showing "a snowy picture of pip sjpwomg channels 2 through 18 i cannot figure out how to get this off of my screen.
When a black box appears on the screen it means that your closed captions are on and set to TEXT. When the closed captions are set to CC1, it puts the words on the screen and when set to TEXT it puts a black box in the center of the screen. Go into the set's menu, navigate to the closed captions page and set the captions to OFF.
you have accendly turned on closed caption. the closed caption you have tured on is not the normal closed caption we are used to . it is called colsed caption text. either on your remote or in you manu, find the way to turn off cc & you should work ok.