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Closed captioning Remote is Lost. TV is hooked up to DirecTV. How can I remove closed captioning without the original remote??

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Re: closed captioning

I am sorry you don't. You will need the original remote. I have enclosed a link where you can see the original remote and order one if you want to. If you see the picture, there is a caption button on the remote to turn on and off the closed captions Good Luck. Here is the link

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Re: closed captioning

Why has my Sanyo TV CC feature suddenly stopped working? It worked perfectly until two days ago. My remote has four selections, Caption 1; Caption 2; Text 1; Text 2; Quickcap.

Only Caption 1 worked. Now it has stopped.

Help please
Judie Wolfe

Posted on Oct 01, 2008

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