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Can't get the closed caption on

We bought this tv used and it didn't come with a remote. I can't get the closed caption to come on, even after downloading the manual and following the directions. Any advice? Thank you

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Press Menu on Front of TV Go to Setup then go to closed caption turn on. you can do this on Front of your TV using CH- CH+ will allow you to go up & Down Menu and Vol- Vol+ to Adjust.

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