After just a few minutes of wathcing "local" channels a black box appears in the middle of the screen, audio is fine but pic is blocked by this black box. tv is hooked up via local cable provider, any suggestions ?????
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Closed Caption function to that channel you select is ON. Make it OFF, when you are in that channel which displays this black box. It will be best to reset the TV to its factory settings first, and then re-tune it. for more details, refer its user manual.
go into the menu and look at the closed caption option----if TEXT is highlighted--this is your problem---select CC! or if it has it OFF.The TEXT will only appear on certain channels and it most likely was activated by someone changing the closed caption options. If this has been helpful give me a vote to let me know.
okay i so happy i got the solution from another web page this what you do its the closed caption button on the remote or tv go to close caption and keep hit close caption until you see off that's it so simple
Hello...try to power off by the switch on front panel..instead of remote...then pwr up the tv and maybe it's ok...or maybe try text clock function on off..and be sure that you are in "tv" mode..so it isn't in "semitxt" mode...good luck ron
If your TV is connected to a Comcast cable box that has a volume control on it with its on screen volume at the top of the picture. Turn it up until the word "stereo" appears and then only use the TV's volume control. This should fix the problem and allow you to enjoy stereo audio.