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Yamaha RX-V995: Remove On Screen Text

I had a power outage and now my Yamaha RX-V995 on screen display text stays on pemanently. I would like to turn this feature off, but according to the manual I require the remote to do this, but it was lodt in transit.
Does anyone know how to remove the text either manually or via the Logitech Harmony H659 remote.

Thanks ;-)

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Here is a dumb try :). Connect your video source directly to the TV/projector, bypassing the receiver from inserting any messages.

If you are probably going to HD sometime, you would need to do that eventually as 995 doesn't have HDMI/Digital Video switching.

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