Question about Televison & Video
This is called CLOSED CAPTIONING and is normally just for the hearing impaired.
It can be turned on and off with either the remote control or through the TV's onscreen menu.
Each model of TV is a little bit different, but look for a button on the remote control called CC, or INFO, or DISPLAY. If you want, you can just try pressing each of them until you see CC1 OFF, or TEXT OFF, or DISPLAY OFF come up on the screen text, then just leave it and the text should disappear on its own.
Or if that does not work, go into the AUDIO OPTIONS of your TV's menu and turn off the closed captioning feature from there.
Better yet, just go into your TV's User's Manual and check out how to turn off Closed Captioning in there, and it should tell you exactly what buttons to press to turn it off.
If you can't find it yourself, just comment back here to this page and tell me the model number of your tv and I will try to look it up for you.
Thank you very much and good luck.
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