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Hello After switch ON the TV, and after picture has displayed on the screen with 'closed Caption" window, just press button "CC" on your remote control. For each press, the close caption window will vanish and disappear. OK.
If you are talking about the words spoken on the TV program being displayed on the TV screen as text, then this feature is called CLOSED CAPTIONING.
Most remote controls have a button called CC, or CAPTION, or INFO, or DISPLAY which will allow you to disable the CLOSED CAPTIONING feature.
Otherwise you may have to select the MAIN MENU option for your set and go into the AUDIO OPTONS or FEATURES menu. If you can find the Closed Caption settings in there, then just disable them there by setting them to OFF.
If you can provide the exact brand and model number of your TV, then we can certainly provide you with more specific instructions on how to disable that feature on your particular set.
If you have a cable or satellite set top box, then also make sure that the Closed Captioning is not being generated by that device instead of by your TV. Make sure the Closed Captioning is disabled on that set top device as well if applicable.
Depending of what model of TV you have, the option to turn off the Closed Captioning is usually found in the MAIN MENU under the heading of AUDIO OPTIONS.
Look in the AUDIO OPTIONS menu and try to find where it says CAPTION VISION, or CC1, or CC2, or XDS, or TEXT1, or something similar for the display setting, then switch that to OFF.
Otherwise look on your remote control for a button to turn off the Closed Captioning (CC).
It may be a button called DISPLAY, and you just press that repeatedly until DISPLAY OFF appears on the screen.
If you provide the exact MODEL NUMBER for your TV next time in your question, more precise instructions can be provided in order to help you out.
The cc has been enabled on your cable box. Usually there is a hidden menu accessed by turning off the cable box. Yes I did say turning off the cable box first. Then immediately pressing the menu button on the front of the cable box. The hidden menu should pop up and one of the menu options will be closed captioning,. Disable it.
You are probably receiving the Closed Caption through your cable company box. I had the same issue as you and finally figured out the problem was that it was coming through my cable box, not my TV set.