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Black Rectangle Appears on Screen

Hello, A black rectangle the size of the settings window shows up constantly. It goes away briefly if I turn the TV off and on again, change channels or bring up any settings window, but it comes back after a second or two. It doesn't show up in video 1 or video 2 modes.

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Perhaps the caption is on?

Posted on May 30, 2007

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