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'03' is displaying on my screen

In the same way a "Mute" message displays, I have a constant "03" showing in the upper right corner of my screen. It's the input channel, yes? but I don't want to see it all the time. It blocks the down-and-yards display on my football games! Help?

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First try, using the remote, pushing the display button until the display is turned off (three to four depressions on the remote display botton. Second try, unplugging the tv for at least 2 minutes then plug the tv back in. This should reset the tv if you have lost the original remote with the display bottton.

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