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I have a 52 inch hitachi projection tv, I cant seem to set the closed captioned feature for digital channels, the remote will only slect analog? how do I set CC for cable/digiatal stations thanks

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This is the manufacturers. If it hasn't worked for you yet it proberbly wont. Once they come up with a TV that can do this it will be released for an additional £100 and will be an extra feature of the TV (this is unfortunately how the tech industry works)

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