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Remove CC Black Box without original remote?

Hey guys. I've seen the solution to the closed caption black box that doesn't dissappear. Problem is, I don't have the original remote and have to use the menu options on the front of the tv. I've tried and tried, but cannot seem to find a way to turn off the closed caption box. Any ideas?

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It can be done with the front panel buttons. Here's a link to the user manual from JVC's site. It's covered in the book.

http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/00/99/LCT0305-001B-A.pdf

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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