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42hp84 I have 42hp84 toshiba plasma. The right lower corner has a 21" diagonal black square. It is not the PIP or the Close Captioning. It covers all the text from the menu when prompted. It will not go away. I've unplugged for hours and called toshiba. They have no idea. Can you Help?

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I gather there is no picture in that portion at all? If it is totally black then you have a addressing issue to the plasma panel itself. Can you post a picture of the issue?

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