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Re: how do I get the dialogue removed from my TV screen?
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Offhand, it would appear that the 'Closed Caption' has been enabled in your TV. This can de disabled in the MENU/Settings. A more detailed procedure would be available in the owner's manual or pls post back to confirm if your TV is a JVC AV-27530.
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This is case of colored patches due to magnetic field,check and remove any magnetic thing close to the set, if the same problem is seen than switch off the set by main ON/OFF and switch on after about half hour,if still the problem remains than replace PTC used for de-gaussing,connected with de-gaussing coil mounted around the picture tube i.e electrically removes magnetic field every time TV is switched on.
When you turn it off are you going into the setup menu to do this?? if so after it comes back on and you go back to the menu and you see it..as "on" You will need to save your settings before you exit out of the menu
CLOSED CAPTION SELECTION SLEEP 10 To cancel the sleep timer: Press the SLEEP button repeated-ly until "SLEEP 0" is displayed. You may view specially labeled (cc) TV pro-grams, movies, news, prerecorded tapes, etc.with either a dialogue caption or text displayadded to the program.1) Press the MENU button so that the menudisplay appears on the TV screen.2) Press the CH(annel) ▲ or ▼ button to pointto "CAPTION".3) Press the VOL(ume) ▲ or ▼ button to selectthe mode you wish.4) When done, press the MENU button to exit the menu
Then turn OFF.
I also include your user manual below. It's easier to read in there.
Do the obvious first, and pull the board out and check all your solder grounds...especially on the verticall IC. And check the 200,250 volt 1Mf to 4.7Mf elctrolytic caps on the deflection part of the board. This is always a good jump to start the repair work. And leave the more complicated stuff for a TV tech.
This TV actually has bad buttons I've seen many of them, usually those switches never go bad but on this tv they do. The easiest thing to do is remove them, and use the remote, who uses those buttons anyway. You can slide out the circuit board and you will see the small switches in front if you can solder just remove remove them if not you can cut them out just be careful none of the pins remaining in the board are touching one another.
I have had this problem all along with my Sony, not being able to figure out how to get rid of the Video 1 setting! I read this posting from Kessa a few minutes ago, and I tried hitting TV and Display - I couldn't find Display - it was because I had picked up the wrong remote! I had the Comcast remote instead, and when I couldn't find Display, I pressed Info - and it disappeared! Then I realized I had the wrong remote. I tried this process again using the correct Sony remove - I hit TV and then Display and it did work! Yay! thank you so much.
This is called BURN IN.
BURN IN usually occurs when any one picture remains on the screen for an excessive amount of time. To my knowledge, there is no way to remove these annoying "brandings," however, they can easily be avoided by changing the channel on the TV, or not leaving the TV powered on continuously (especially on just one channel).