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I get a dark square in the middle of the picture after about 1 minute of play on one channel

After about 1 minute on channel 9, I get a dark square in the middle of the picture. If I push the display button, I get the whole picture but have the annoying print.

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Press closed caption button on remote repeatedly until nothing about closed captioning come up on the screen.

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