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I bought this television yesterday, bought the HDMI cord and hooked it up through my Comcast digital cable box. Every channel would display closed captioning, despite it's supposed inability to support that function.
In order to remove it, we had to turn off the cable box's ability to display closed captioning. To do that, turn off the cable box and hit menu to get to the setup menu. It is there that you will be able to turn off closed-captioning.
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."
Go into the tv menu again,Go to"Display Options"closed captioning u pick captioning bigger for as a default,but did u push the button on the remote said Enter?Press the enter button for the defualt caption will see the left side of the tv captioning default u want.Now the if u,used the CC button.U will get the bigger bold matalic captioning u want.
Turning On Captions
Pressing the CC button displays caption options:
? CC on: Displays captions.
? CC off: Turns off captions.
? CC mute: Displays captions when the Mute
button is pressed.
To assign your preferences for captions, see “Using the
Closed Caption Menu” on page 33.
1. Press CC.
This will present the Closed Caption information display.
2. Press CC while the Closed Caption information is
still on the screen.
Press repeatedly until you select the desired closed
INFO BOX ON THE SCREEN,
Audio : MONO
CC : 1/2 CC1 ------ Closed Caption information
Ratings : NONE
If a program has three services (Digital CC(ENG), CC1
and Text1), the closed caption display will toggle in this
1/3 ENG -- 2/3 CC1 --- 3/3 Text1 -- Off
The CC button keeps a record of the last service
selected in its memory.
If the last closed caption mode (e.g. 1/3ENG) you
selected is not available for the next program, or on
another channel, the closed caption service that is
available is automatically selected, and this service
appears in parentheses, e.g. “1/3(CC1)”.
Closed Caption services that appear in parentheses will
not be stored in the CC button's memory as your last
selected service. Only services that you have selected
with the CC button are stored.
If this doesn't work, the TV may need a software upgrade.
I can get you a copy of my manual LC-32SB23U for you. But, are you sure there is and "A" in the middle of your model number?
On your remote control find the CCD button and press it until you find the option to turn off the closed caption or select the closed caption option to use only when the sound is muted. If this does not eliminate the problem, you may have a switching problem in the control panel.Try turning off your television for a period of time and then turn it on and try resetting the control. If this fails you may want to contact customer service for technical help at 1-877-467-4289. Hope this helps you with your problem.
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.