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I have a philips magnavox tv with the original remote. closed caption constantly (writing script)comes on tv screen, even though the remote has a cc button,i press it until cc off comes on, the cc goes off for a while then returns. every time i shut the tv off the cc comes back on when i turn the tv on. its one of those smart series tv. please help, what am i doing wrong ....????mike dowhunyk fl.. thank you philips magnavox ser#dn1a0623019628 model #20md13336-37

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You're not doing anything wrong. Your TV is somehow turning the cc on "all by itself". Some bit is getting flipped inside the TV, turning the cc on.

either that or there is some sort of rf or ir interference near the TV that is mimicking the CC button on the remote.

Have you pressed the cc button on the remote, verified the cc is "off" on the TV and then removed the batteries from the remote for a while to make sure there isn't something hinky with the remote???

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