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Closed Caption availability may depend on the source. To enable caption viewing, press Menu (on the TV or the remote). Navigate to the Setup menu with the Up/Down arrows on the remote or the Channel Up/Down buttons on the TV. Once Setup is highlighted, press the Menu button again. Repeat the up/down navigation to the CC menu and Menu to select. The first option should be On/Off. Now use the left/right arrows on the remote (or volume up/down buttons on the TV) to choose the desired CC state. Press Menu to save or Last to cancel and return to the previous menu. Press after pressing Menu to return to the previous menu. If your content is from a digital source, you can make adjustments in the appearance of the captions by navigating to those sections of the CC sub-menu. If you would like some idea of what the screen will look like as you navigate the On-Screen Display, see the manual on Page 41. Vizio makes the manual available on their support page. The direct link to the manual is cdn.vizio.com/documents/downloads/hdtv/VF550M/155Manual.pdf . (Note: you'll need Adobe Reader or a similar program to access the manual.)
For some content, you may need to enable the captions at a set-top box (cable/satellite receiver/etc.). In that case, consult the manual for those devices or post a comment with the make/model for additional help.
It sounds like your pool cleaner might have worn shoes or wings. Both could cause a problem with the motion, but not the suction power of the cleaner. Both have wear indicators on the side that appear as a different texture. When the texture difference is no longer apparent, you will need to replace. Both are easy and fairly inexpensive to replace. I bet that is going to be your problem. Here is a copy of the users manual for this cleaner in case you need help changing them.
If after a calibration the screen fails to respond then its the scrapheap i am afraid The cost of fix exceeds the value to replace You could try a claim on insurance to have it replaced, especially if it was accidently dropped
owner manual has instructions. Your garage door opener changes codes every time it is used so you need to push a button on your door motor and then run back to car to program while the door motor is willing to accept programming.
You do need the original remote however, you can use your TV remote or your cable/SAT remote. They usually have DVD button on them. You just need to read the manual on how to program these remotes to worl with your DVD player. If all else fails, Radio Shack or CVS has universal remotes for about $10 ~ $20.