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Tv air broadcasting shows have to say it,to have closed captioning or have to have a white small sign that said CC to be able to get closed captioning ok.Look for it in ur remote there a button that said CC pushes that button go to CC1,2,3..now u will get closed captioning.Or go into ur tv Menu find closed captioning functions turn it on like CC1,2,3...or Text 1,2,3.. on.Now ur tv are ready to get closed captioning,for the tv air broadcasting shows,that have closed captioning.
I could do better with a picture of the remote. Closed captioning is usually a multi-press button, that is each press takes you through each of the four types of closed captioning and then off. You can enable closed captioning on a DVD Recorder, it looks like the TV, but its only on the picture from the DVD Recorder. If you have a PVR, you could have closed captioning on on that device. Try tuning off everything else to make sure it IS the TV. Turn on the menu and find the closed captioning settings and set to OFF. Press the close captioning button on the remote (If there is one) and press CC repeatedly until it says OFF. Try and control close captioning, timer and menus with the ORIGINAL remote and not a programmable one. Programmable remotes are not always completely compatible.
Comcast's remote has nothing to do with closed captioning. It's on your tv remote. First, the tv has to be capable of handling closed captioning, and your's is- and second, the program must have closed captioning provided- current programs do, some older shows do not support closed captioning. Recheck your remote, and if necessary- look at the setup instructions that came with the TV- they should also be posted online at the Proscan support site.
I had the same issue... here's what I did. If power off your cable box, then press the menu button, there's a selection to enable or disable Closed Captioning. This works for both HD series Motorola boxes Comcast offers, at least in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. Hope this helps!
your TV do not disable close caption in composite mode. It may in component mode. Please make sure that the close caption in your TV menu is not set to "text" Please be advice that CC :Text is the ONLY one that can give you a black box.
closed caption depends on your tv stations. If a tv station does not support providng closed captions, then it will not really show closed captions. Closed captions depends really on the feature of a tv station
try uplugging the tv for a day
if the captioning is still in customer menu
then try to find a universal or replacement remote
this remote may have dedicated captioning key
there may be a button sequence on the front of the tv that will reset the customer settings