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Adjusting I tried to adjust my tv, now there is a black box on the screen that covers 1/2 of the screen, and I can't get it off.

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    How to remove close captioning on model 07DG

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  • jwoodrow68 Feb 29, 2008

    Mitsubishi CS-35405 I have a black box that covers almost my entire screen. I no longer have the tv remote, just the remote for my cable box (comcast)

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I had the same problem. the captions were on for two years till i read the above answer and its teh cc button that turns it off!!!!!!!

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You have the closed caption turned on the set. Since you did not leave a model number, I cannot tell you the procedure on how to turn it off. Sometimes there is a button on the remote marked CC or closed caption, and sometimes it is switched on and off through the on screen menu. Good Luck

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