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Re: screen cuts off
Sorry to say , you have a fault in the verticale sweep circuit in this tv. The problem is most likly a dried out or leaky capacitorm or a Verticale out put IC along with the capacitor. There are no user serviceable parts inside this tv so if your not familiar with the saftey issues with the HI Voltage inside of the tv set , then I would call in a pro to assist you with this repair. Also all the parts are soldered in and there are no replaceable mods. to change. Good Luck
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Ms. Padilla, you need to enter the menu settings in your television, should be a menu button on you tv set. Once in menu go to picture or scroll through the menus untill you find caption, once you locate that you can turn the subtitles off.
The problem with the black box happened to me. I had pushed the subtitle button on my remote by mistake. Interestingly enough, as soon as I pushed the SUBTITLE key again, on the remote, the black boxes disappeared.
It also says CC which means closed captioned-- So the bottom on my remote is Subtitle, and then on the subtitle button is cc...
Screen size selection sometimes called aspect
ratio--Check each menu/page selection to gain
understanding of each function/feature.Consult owner/operator manual.If not available,WWW--
Akai Owners manual.
There should be a vertical height adjustment control potentiometer near the vertical output IC on the right side of the PC board near the front section of the TV that can be adjusted to shrink the picture vertically. Be careful not to short anything out or getting yourself shocked in the process if you decide to try to adjust it yourself. Good luck. This chassis has also been known to have bad solder connections in that area also, so don't man-handle the printed circuit board roughly.