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Sylvania LC320SS9 HD LCD TV Closed Captioning not working

I know that it will not work with hdmi. However when I try a direct connecton from cable (no box, just basic comcast cable) to the TV, and through setup, detail, captioning, it still wont let me choose CC1 to turn it on.
It says that there is a cc decoder inside and supports digital/analog cc however it won't even let me choose cc1-

So what am I missing here?

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  • wolfance Feb 18, 2009

    (Nice job presuming I don't read the manual)



    Can't you tell I read it by the steps I provided- Setup, detail, CC, (I tried BOTH conv or digital CC) and entered- then when it displays CC1, it can be "selected". Simple as that.



    To trouble shoot, the same hookup (direct cable to my sdtv) showed CC coming through the TV normally, but when hooking up to this HDtv, CC will nto come through and I can't choose cc1 at all.

  • wolfance Feb 18, 2009

    (p.s. I'm pretty skilled with connections, I can connect dvdr, vcr, xbox, cable, old decoder, tv, etc- and rebuild computers, etc) Just to give you an idea of my aptitude in this which is why I was truly shocked that this HDTV would not enable CC although it adversates as having CC option. but doing research, it appears that HDTV ITSELF can not do CC at all. (google closed captioning on hdtvs)

  • wolfance Apr 21, 2009

    CC will NEVER work on the side panel, you MUST use the remote to turn CC on. That's the solution.



  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    None of the selectable options show CC's. HD Component cable connection to Comcast cable.

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Well first you can view your TV's manual at
http://www.sylvaniaconsumerelectronics.com/pdf/om/LC320SS9.pdf

Go to page 24 through 27.

IF that does not help you, comment me back.

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