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Television Well lately my tv has been showing a huge black box which covers the bottom of the screen everytime i try to hook up my vcr or dvd player or xbox 360 i dont know what this means and if i can fix it but if i can it would be cool to know how thanks.

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  • pyradell Nov 01, 2007

    i dont really know which daewoo television i have from the list but its not the one shown its silver 20" speakers on bottom power button then av3 in the ch col menu tv/av buttons in the order left to right..hope this helps

  • sister23 Nov 18, 2007

    my dad was fiddling with the remote to his daewoo tv and now the remote will not do anything

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Ok,your problem is in close caption,get your remote control and find the the close caption button,then press.And your problem will be solve 

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