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Tv Problems I have a tv problem .Everytime i go to certain channels a black square appears in the center of the screen obscuring the vision.When you press the volume or the pip modes it disapears temporarily then it returns.When you change the channel the black square does not come back.What could be the problem?

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Re: Tv Problems

Go into your customer menu to closed caption and turn off the "text" mode... What you're seeing is a text box from closed caption but unless you have that additional service it will just me a black square...

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