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Black Message Window

I am getting a black message window that reads "this is a string to test Text mode startup message function". What can I do to fix this? I was able to just press any button on the remote and it would go away, now it only goes away for 30 to 45 seconds.

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Go into menu and change from text mode to closed caption and turn off display also.

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Have a tech take out the eeprom and change it for a new one.this will solve your problem.good luck.

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