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Mitsubishi WS-65315 I am getting a black rectangular panel that blocks the picture. It is located in the lower left of the screen and covers about 1/3 of the picture. It sometimes has text across the top of the blacked out portion of the screen. it is a combination of letters and numbers. So far I have been able to eliminate the blacked out section by turning the tv off and then on again. Sometimes I have to do that more than once before it remains normal. Any ideas what could be causing this? Thanks in advance for your help. flowpo_1@yahoo.com

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  • flowpo Jan 26, 2008

    Thanks Coldcut. That appears to have cured the problem. I am curious though why it just seems to appear for no known reason. I never use the factory remote since I have Dish I use their remote. Your solution worked and is much easier than turning the TV off and on to eliminated it. Hopefully it won't return. thanks again.

  • Karl Whisenand
    Karl Whisenand May 11, 2010

    This may be your picture in a picture.
    on the remote press the pip/pop button. is it in the same position as the black box and look the same.
    if not then try the menu button. and compare is it the same.

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Could this be CC or Closed Caption set on Text? Try turning off

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