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Mitsubishi TV Remote - QV button - black screen

There is a large black square covering most of the picture. When I press the QV button it goes away for about 2 seconds but comes back. How can I remove the black square permanently?

The remote is the original one that came with my Mitsubishi set.

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I'm not sure what type of TV you are using,, but most all Large Screens have a reset button someplace. You should be able to reset the TV and fix the problem. Its not the remote, making the image appear, but a command from it was misinterpeted. Sometimes turning the set off will work, but most often it needs to be reset.

EXCEPTION... if you are using a cable box. Disconnect it from power, wait 1 minute and then see if the problem exists. If the cable box is on even with the DVD you may still have this issue. Please reset the cable, and if that doesn't work, reset the TV.
Thanks! //D

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turn off closed caption text

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It turns out that the Closed Caption option was turned on somehow. When I turned that off the Black Square went a way and did not return.

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SOURCE: mitsubishi 1995 cs31205 32 inch tv

Good Day;

Sounds like you have the TV in the "close caption " mode (text), turn off. 2. Check batteries and the mode the remote is in; eg TV, VCR, Cable & ect. Good Luck, big IRISH.

Posted on Oct 10, 2008

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