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Owners manual trying to find out how cancell closed captiong[wording]while sound is on.

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Re: owners manual

HI With the remote, scroll down to the closed caption, using the arrow keys select it and using the arrow keys you will be able to slect "ON" or "OFF" simply select "OFF" and exit the menu. Hope this helps.

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