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There is a black rectangle screen over the picture except when we hold down the volume button on the remote

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This is a text box. The closed captioning feature on your television or cable box (if applicable) has been activated. There is a choice to display closed captioning or a text box. There should also be a choice to turn closed captioning and text off. Look for a cc button on the television's remote. If there isn't one look in the television's menu for closed captioning and turn it off. If it is not the television if you have a cable box with features there will be a way to turn off captioning using the buttons on the cable box or with its remote.

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