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If pressing the cc button on the Sharp remote does not turn off the closed captioning then the closed captioning is most likely coming from the cable box or whatever you have connected to this television. You can go into the cable box menu by pressing the menu button on the front when it is turned off. That's right turn off the cable box and then press menu on it to access the hidden menu that includes closed captioning. Scroll down to closed captioning and scroll over to disable. A number of other Directv receivers have the CC located on a "captioning" tab on the "display" page under setup and for dish network: Setting Closed Captioning:
Press and release the MENU button and then select "Preferences."
To view the captions, all you have to do is turn on the decoder by following these simple steps:
Access your TV menu screen using your remote or by pressing a button on the face of the TV.
Select the closed captions heading. Several different caption options may appear.
Select the "CC1" option.
Exit the menu.
Closed captions should appear within approximately one minute of adjusting this setting. If they do not, review this portion of your television's operating manual or contact the manufacturer of the television set.
Public Television stations do not transmit Closed captioning
The closed caption just suddenly appeared on my screen with no buttons pressed. It won't turn off. I no longer have the original remote for this Durabrand 13" DU1301 TV . I was using the Time Warner Cable remote and have a basic cable box attached to the TV. Everything was fine until suddenly with no buttons pushed the closed caption came on. Is there anything sort of buying a new tv to fix this
U have the tv original remote wright?Yes?Look at the tv remote look for a button that said CC,press that CC buton a couple of times for it to have like CC1,2,3..if the tv program u are watching offer Closed Captioning u will have it.Or tries the tv manual button on the tv bazel frame itself that said Menu.Press the Menu buton go into the tv funsctions look for Closed Captioning funsctions in there look for it and turn it on all like CC1,2,3... all on will also getting Closed Captioning for the tv programmng shows that offer it too.
Hi Thanks for using FixYa. Two things that will cause
the “No Signal” message to come up are - no data available for closed
captioning and a weak signal input. Your TV is in the Closed Captioning Mode.
To turn it off simply bring up the on screen menu and scroll down to the part
that says closed captioning and turn this function off! With the closed
captioning block displayed and the program being viewed is not sending out
closed captioning signals the TV will display, No signal! If this doesn’t resolve your issue then the problem may be
with the processor failing and it is causing a random read of the EPROM to
display the not available message. I’ll suggest you to run the HDMI from the
PVR (personal video recorder) directly to the TV (mute the TV), and then run
the optical audio from the PVR directly into the receiver's optical in. The
closed captioning is something that is addressed in analog broadcasts, but not
necessarily digital broadcasts Try using Component cables if this doesn’t make a
difference. After using components cables the issue will be resolved. Please do
accept the solution if the issue is resolved or post a comment for further
assistance. Thanks Rylee
Thanks for using FixYa. Due
to two things that will cause the No Signal message to come up are – no data
available for closed captioning and a weak signal input. Your TV is in the
Closed Captioning Mode. To turn off simply bring up the on screen menu and
scroll down to the part that says closed captioning and turn this function off!
With the closed captioning block displayed and the program being viewed is not
sending out closed captioning signals the TV will display, No Signal!
If this doesn’t resolve your
issue then the problem may be with the processor failing and it is causing a
random read of the EPROM to display the No Signal message.
I’ll suggest you to run the HDMI
from the PVR (personal video recorder) directly to the TV (mute the TV), and
then run the optical audio from the PVR directly into the receiver's optical
in. The closed captioning is something that is addressed in analog broadcasts,
but not necessarily digital broadcasts.
Try using Component cables if
this doesn’t make a difference. After using components cables your issue will
Please do accept the solution if
the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance.
Captioned programs are marked in TV listings by "CC". so press the cc button on the remote and the closed caption option will be applied.press that cc button again to turn off the closed caption option. 1) Check the size and manufactured year of your television. If it was made after 1993 and is larger than 13 inches, it has a closed captioning system built into it. Otherwise, you may need to purchase a separate closed caption system, which are available at a number of online outlets.
2)Turn on your TV and access the menu for closed captioning. The precise location of the menu varies by television set. Most are accessible by pressing the "Audio" or "Set Up" menu on your remote, then scrolling down to the "CC" or "Closed Captioning" option. Check your owner's manual for precise instructions.
3)Turn the closed captioning option to the "On" position. It will then run closed captions for every program that broadcasts them. Newer sets may allow you to adjust the size, font and colors of the closed captioning letters to fit your individual tastes.
4)Tune to a particular program for a few minutes to make sure the closed captions are working. Note that while many broadcasts run closed captioning, not all of them do. If the captions don't appear, check your TV listing to ensure the program includes them.
5)If you're watching aDVdon your TV, access the DVD's "Set Up" menu. It should have captioned options, which allow you to show captions in English and possibly other languages as well.
I had the same issue... here's what I did. If power off your cable box, then press the menu button, there's a selection to enable or disable Closed Captioning. This works for both HD series Motorola boxes Comcast offers, at least in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. Hope this helps!
I had the same problem. My DVD player was connected to my HD TV via a HDMI cable as was recommended by the DVD owner's manual. I removed the HDMI cable and attached the three video component cables. Bingo, closed caption crossed immediately.