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It all depends on the DISH system and the TV. For the most part the CC signal is carried on the cable from the box to the TV. Not sure how you have the DISH connected to the TV, but lets assume its HDMI. Connected this way you should be able to go into the TV settings (use the remote that came with the TV, NOT the dish remote) and go into the settings or menu. From there look for audio. In the audio menu is a section for CC. You should be able to turn it on from there. Or just check on the LG remote. They sometimes have a CC button that you simply push to turn it on. Hope this helps
Test ur tv remote control first see,if it is working,malfuctions or completely dead?U have a Digital Camer wright?Yes.Digital Camera can read Infer Red signal Output by the tv remote.Yes?Turn the Digital Camera on and take the tv remote point it at the Digital camer and pushes all the remote buttons the Infer Red signal will read all buttons Infer Red signal flashes u can see on Digital Camer viewing screen.Pushes all remote buttons see flashes of white lights.Mean the tv remote control it it good or not.Take some cottons ball soak it with some rubbing alchachol clean the tv Infered Red sensor on the tv frame near the power LED incation light.Might be dirty,Still not reading the Infer Red signal.If 100% it is the tv remote control is the cause,it CPU is dead.Try website like Remotes.com to buy another the tv original remote.
What input is the cable connected to? (Coax antenna In, component video, composite video)
Look on the remote or the TV itself for a button marked Source or Input. Press this. For some TVs, use the up/down arrows to select the input to which your cable is connected. (TV = coax) On other models, you may need to press the Source button several times to advance between inputs. (I'm assuming you have a remote that works for this feature on the TV; otherwise, use the TV button.)
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (common modern TV setup: VCR on AV1, DVD player on Component 1, PC to the HDMI/DVI and coax to the antenna in. The source button is needed.)
On the remote control to that tv, after the power is turned on, find and push the input button untill you have a picture. The input button switches where you are receiving your signal from, cable, component, video 1, vedeo 2,,etc,,,.
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The remote put out IR (INFRARED) signal that human eyes cannot see, you need to use your digital camera to see it, just point the remote at the camera's lens, you should see flashing light on your camera screen when any remote buttons is pushed.
You may have problem with the IR receiver in your TV, but find out first if the remote is putting out the signals
Sorry I see the model, hold the Menu button on the TV (not on the remote) down for three seconds. Note: Shop Mode is activated in the same manner: Pressing and holding the Menu button on your TV for three seconds. To avoid accidentally setting your TV to Shop Mode, avoid pressing and holding the Menu button on the TV for three seconds or more.
You can also try to take out the batteries and push all of the buttons with the batteries out of the remote. Then put the batteries back in and push the power button on the remote. If this doesnt work press the two TV buttons at the same time and the remote should be fine.