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My tv developed a black square box in front of the picture only on a couple of channels

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Go to your close caption menu and turn off the text settng

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your closed caption is on, this might be set on the cable box or the tv, look in the audio or set menu. If you dont have the remotr you should be able to navigate the menu on the tv with the onset controls

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