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My television has a giant blacked out square in the center of of the screen there is a 1.5" margin that borders the screen displaying the channel program. however, when I change the channel, the full picture is displayed for a few minutes before the black box comes up again. what is causing this and how can i fix it?

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Turn off the text box function of the closed captioning.

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