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Phillips Magnavox... Large black box on screen... can see image behind screen and hear the audio. black box is in center of screen and covers 2/3 of screen. dont know how to get it off? Same problem - big black box covering half the screen. Happens on random channels, but on some more than others. Can't remove it no matter what I try. How do we fix?

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  • lil help Jan 19, 2009

    *There is no closed caption option on any menu to turn on or off, so what now?

  • Anonymous Feb 07, 2009

    i have a philips mag tv with a black box over screen

    i think it closed captions but i cant find how to turn them off

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    bj14090 May 28, 2012

    This worked perfectly...thanks so much

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You have to use the remote to turn off the closed caption. But I am sure that is the problem

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