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Black square appears on tv on some channels

I had this same problem about 15 years ago when I lived in another state. At that time I think the problem stemmed from some hacker being able to somehow use his computer to access the signal from the satellite on certain channels and block out most of the picture. I did get it corrected at that time but I don't remember what I did to get out of it.

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Try pressing the button for the captions. one of the selections causes this screen.

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