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I have found that Closed Caption in a function of your television service and not of the TV itself. We have had cable TV and used the menu function on the cable remote to find CC and select 'off'; we now have DirectTV cable TV and use the remote for the receiver to select CC and 'off' on the drop down menu of CC. We get to CC by pressing 'info' on the remote and a list of options appears at the top of the screen, one of which is "CC". Pressing the right arrow key moves the cursor and when on "CC" pressing "SELECT" creates a drop down list; "OFF" is the option to turn off Closed Captions.
Different types TV service (over the air with antenna will likely require changing the TV mode to CC off on none), but if you use cable (Time Warner, Charter, ATT Uverse, etc.) or satellite (Dish Network or DirectTV) then the tuner or receiver will likely have your CC option.
Depending of what model of TV you have, the option to turn off the Closed Captioning is usually found in the MAIN MENU under the heading of AUDIO OPTIONS.
Look in the AUDIO OPTIONS menu and try to find where it says CAPTION VISION, or CC1, or CC2, or XDS, or TEXT1, or something similar for the display setting, then switch that to OFF.
Otherwise look on your remote control for a button to turn off the Closed Captioning (CC).
It may be a button called DISPLAY, and you just press that repeatedly until DISPLAY OFF appears on the screen.
If you provide the exact MODEL NUMBER for your TV next time in your question, more precise instructions can be provided in order to help you out.
If the cc button on your Sharp remote control isn't turning them off then the captions may be coming from your cable box. The hidden menu to access closed captioning on the cable box is usually found by turning it off and then (yes I did say turn the cable box off) then press the menu button on the front of it immediately after turning it off. Then you navigate down to captions and disable them. When you turn the cable box back on the captions should no longer be there.
Captioned programs are marked in TV listings by "CC". so press the cc button on the remote and the closed caption option will be applied.press that cc button again to turn off the closed caption option. 1) Check the size and manufactured year of your television. If it was made after 1993 and is larger than 13 inches, it has a closed captioning system built into it. Otherwise, you may need to purchase a separate closed caption system, which are available at a number of online outlets.
2)Turn on your TV and access the menu for closed captioning. The precise location of the menu varies by television set. Most are accessible by pressing the "Audio" or "Set Up" menu on your remote, then scrolling down to the "CC" or "Closed Captioning" option. Check your owner's manual for precise instructions.
3)Turn the closed captioning option to the "On" position. It will then run closed captions for every program that broadcasts them. Newer sets may allow you to adjust the size, font and colors of the closed captioning letters to fit your individual tastes.
4)Tune to a particular program for a few minutes to make sure the closed captions are working. Note that while many broadcasts run closed captioning, not all of them do. If the captions don't appear, check your TV listing to ensure the program includes them.
5)If you're watching aDVdon your TV, access the DVD's "Set Up" menu. It should have captioned options, which allow you to show captions in English and possibly other languages as well.
Determine if closed captioning is available on the program that you've selected. In your program guide, the letters "CC" should appear at the end of the description. Locate the closed captioning option on your remote. Some remotes have a "CC" button that you simply need to push to activate closed captioning Locate the closed captioning option in your television's menu if there is no "CC" button on your remote. To do this, push the "menu" button on the remote control. The closed captioning option will probably be in the same section as the language function. Set the closed captioning option to "on." Within several seconds, you should see the text appear on your screen. To use closed captioning for DVDs, look for the "CC" label on the lower back section of the DVD case where it lists audio information. Turn on your TV's closed captioning and you should see the captioning like you do on a television program. Alternately, some DVDs include English subtitles that you can turn on in the setup/language menu of the DVD.
Press the menu button on the front panel of the tv or the remote control. Use the up and down arrows to find the features section.Press the right arrow to enter the sub-menu for the features section. Use the up and down arrows to find the closed caption section. Press the right arrow to enter the closed caption sub-menu.Used the up and down arrows and the enter button to go into each of the features, use the right and left arrows to adjust each control for you preferred viewing.Press enter again to select the feature in each of the controls.When you are satisfied with you selections press menu to exit the feature. This information can be found on the PROSCAN website in the customer section under manuals. Go to www.oncorpus.com.the information can be found on pages 21 and 24 of owners manual for your model television.I hope this information helps you with your problem.
Some TV will not display close caption in HD mode. This is why its Grey out in HD mode. If you switch to regular input, i can bet you your close caption will not be Grey out. The problem you are having is your cable box has close caption enable. You must go into the cable box menu and turn caption off. In some box you may have to call your cable provide for assistant.