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Close caption never leaves the screen

When I turn on the tv I can't get the close caption off the screen. How do I turn it off?

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This link is a download of the user manual for your tv. it is a pdf file. you can view/save it on your computer of print it for future reference.

http://www.hitachionlinestore.com/manuals/61SWX10B.pdf

Closed captioning is explained on page 55 of the manual.

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Go into your MENU most likely under Audio and look for Closed Caption, it should say on the screen which controls on the remote to navigate with. It might also be under Features you will then be able to turn it off.

Posted on Feb 05, 2009

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SOURCE: Closed Caption will not turn off

Did you check your cable box or satellte box set-up? I thought I had the same problem on my Hitachi 46F500 but it ended up being my Comcast box was set-up to display closed captioning on the component video output ONLY. Hope this helps...

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SOURCE: CANNOT TURN OFF CLOSED CAPTION ON 52" JVC TV

Does it use a cable box or are you using the tuner in the TV?

If you're using the tuner in the TV, try unplugging it for 5 minutes and then plug it back in, do a new channel scan and see if the CC goes away. If not, contact JVC to find out how to reset it. If it still does not work, you might need to have your main board replaced.

If you're using an external tuner plugged into a video input port (such as a cable box or satellite box) then the external box is at fault since TVs don't have CC available through their composite or component or svideo or hdmi ports.

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