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Cannot change font size on Closed Caption

Just bought my Dad a DYNEX DX-LCD22-09 LCD TV (actually it's an LG). We can turn on the Closed Captioning, but the font is so small he can't read it. How can we get into the ''Option'' menu. It is greyed out.
It says in the manual ''Digital programs only''. How do we access this?
My Nephew actually accessed it on Christmas Day, but could not remember how he did it!! So it's do-able!! Thanx! we just bought my mom a samsung 22inch and would like to increase the size of the font on the close captioning. Is there anyway to accomplish this or are there tvs which have larger displays?

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  • Anonymous May 23, 2009

    Have the same problem that I can't change the font size for the TD240HD Samsung TV/Monitor. Looks like you can only change the font/size if you have a digital closed caption signal which will automatically enable the 'Service 1-7' options in the Menu->Settings->Caption menu. The digital caption options relating to the Service setting is grayed out (not selectable) unless the Service settings are available.




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