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We have a JVC 20220 television. A black box covers at least 50% of the screen. It will go away for about 3 seconds when various buttons are pushed, or when turned off, but it reappears. This occurs on all channels.

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You have the closed-captioning turned on and set for "text" mode. If you turn it off the problem will go away. You can use the remote control or front panel buttons.

If you've lost your manual, you can find it here on JVC's site:

http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/00/99/LCT0305-001B-A.pdf

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