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Removing the E1 from the top right corner of a JVC AV21 TV - it's really annoying and I don't have the original remote

I inherited this from a friend - the picture's great, but the E1 is always displayed at the top right hand corner and it's impossible to shift. I only have a One for All generic remote. Tried pressing menu, but don't get any option that allows me to turn the damn E1 off. Would be really grateful for your help, many thanks in anticipation, Angel

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