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Black box There is a black box in the bottom right corner. I shut off closed caption and restet the tv to manifacure defaults but the box still will not go away

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Black box by itself coud be a software issue call toshiba tec support or could be in some stuck in a service mode for the factory regardless you will need to call tech support

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

  • Mark Hammonds May 15, 2008

    You have to go in to the service menu and turn of the factory test mode

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