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What is the source of your TV signal: Cable? Dish Networks? DirectTV? Antenna?
Many times the Cable/Dish Networks/DirectTV controller also has an option for closed captioning. Please verify that a controller is not setup to deliver the CC data.
Also, try setting the TV CC using 'C1' or 'T1' and selecting 'Enter' to accept the change; then come back and set CC to 'Off' again to see if toggling on/off helps.
Ur tv Closed Captioning is still on like CC 1,2,3 or Text 1,2,3 is on.Look in ur remote control for a button said CC press it make all CC 1,2,3 to all off.Go into memu find closed caption function Text 1,2,3 turn it to all off.These steps,will stop random squares boxes lettering showing up ur tv any channels.
Check ur remote have a button said CC turn the button CC1,2,3 to all off.No,button CC on the tv remote.Check ur tv menu find out captioning functioning turn off all CC1,2,3 and Text 1,2,3 all to off.Should have no more captioning.
The closed captioning is on. If the source is OTA, you can turn it off with the remote (a button marked CC, press it until it reads CC OFF) or the On-screen Display (probably Options or Tools). This also applies to some satellite or cable systems. With satellite and some cable boxes, the captions can also be controlled by the box. The remote for the box may have a CC button. Otherwise, you'll need to go through the menus to turn it off. (I know with Dish Network boxes, if the system is set to single (rather than dual) mode, both TVs will show the captions if it is enabled.
Similarly, DVDs, VCRs, and Blu-ray inputs may have their own captions and you might need to see the remote (or menus) for that device.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (I'm assuming you aren't watching open captioned or subtitled programming.)
Subtitles are controlled by 'CC". Closed Captioning. Look for a CC button on the remote or captioning. Captioning usually is in the menu as well under 'settings'. Closed captioning has several settings. OFF turns all captioning off. CC1, CC2, CC3 & CC4 are captioning styles. Text is for text channels.
Determine if closed captioning is available on the program that you've selected. In your program guide, the letters "CC" should appear at the end of the description. Locate the closed captioning option on your remote. Some remotes have a "CC" button that you simply need to push to activate closed captioning Locate the closed captioning option in your television's menu if there is no "CC" button on your remote. To do this, push the "menu" button on the remote control. The closed captioning option will probably be in the same section as the language function. Set the closed captioning option to "on." Within several seconds, you should see the text appear on your screen. To use closed captioning for DVDs, look for the "CC" label on the lower back section of the DVD case where it lists audio information. Turn on your TV's closed captioning and you should see the captioning like you do on a television program. Alternately, some DVDs include English subtitles that you can turn on in the setup/language menu of the DVD.
on my magnavox it was the verizon fios remote that enabled it by accident (it is tuned to control the tv) however it was a cc button represented by the * on the remote that i had to select to change the cc. this didn't make it go away so i just pressed buttons i used the "Aspect" button represented by the # it changed the ratio and the message went away. I usually only use the fios remote to turn the tv on and off but this must be some whacky override that comes from the fios remote.