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80% of the picture is black

My JVC Model AV-27260 Serial No.08622084 when turned on 80% of the picture is black. Sometimes the whole picture will come back on for a few minutes and then go black 80% again. I did turn the closed caption off but that did not help Would appreciate any suggestions...Thank You

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  • lwlareocoupe May 27, 2009

    The 80% I'm talking about,is the screen itself turns black.The 20% is a regular picture or program that is running. Thanks for answering so quickly

  • hatman1 May 11, 2010

    I need clarification about the 80% thing. Is this a black box perfectly centered on the screen or the top or bottom or one of the sides too small? If it is perfectly centered then you do have a problem with the close captioning. That is the symptom of being in one of the text mode functions of close captioning.

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Ok, if the video is present around the outside of the black box you have a problem with close captioning. It is stuck in either Text 3 or Text 4 mode. The options for close captioning are CC1, CC2, Text 1, Text 2, Text 3 and Text 4 and of course OFF. Apparently the close captioning is stuck on or is not being properly shut off. Better read the owners manual to see if you are missing a step when turning off close caption.

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