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I have a model LF320EM4A television monitor and I can not get the closed caption to come on. I know it works for this movie, because I was watching it on my laptop last night.

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Return to the initial set up procedure and enable CC.

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the symptom is caused by a breakdown in power supply or the horizontal deflection circuits. have it check by a qualified service technician.

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if close captioning doesn't work in your television,try to clean the circuit of your remote.Just open it,wipe with the use of cotton and alcohol.I'm sure it will work

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SOURCE: Sharp Aquos HDTV LC52D62U Caption Not Readable

Try doing the Factory Initialization (WARNING: THIS GIVES YOU ACCESS TO THE SERVICE MENU. DO NOT ADJUST ANYTHING IN THE SERVICE MENU OTHER THAN WHAT I PROVIDE YOU IN THESE INSTRUCTIONS. IF YOU DECIDED TO ADJUST ANYTHING OTHER THAN WHAT I PROVIDE YOU IN THESE INSTRUCTIONS, I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE IF ANYTHING WRONG HAPPENS TO YOUR TV.)

  1. unplug tv
  2. press and hold at the same time “Vol –“ and “input” button on the TV set.
  3. while holding those buttons, plug the tv back in
  4. the tv should turn on by itself, keep holding the buttons until the letter “K” appears. Then let go
  5. then at the same time press “Vol –“ and “Ch. Down”, you should see the service menu appear (if it does not appear, try pressing the two buttons again, it needs to be exactly at the same time)
  6. Then use the “Ch. Down” button to navigate down the service menu until you see “Industry Init” (NOT Industry Init +cause)
  7. Then press “Vol +” to toggle it to “ON”
  8. Then “/////////////////” should appear.
  9. when the screen turns GREEN, unplug the TV. Wait about 30 seconds, then plug the TV back in.
  10. Then continue on with the initial setup again.

This puts the TV back into the “fresh out of the box” settings. See if this helps with your CC problem.

Posted on Mar 16, 2008

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SOURCE: closed captioning

I had the same problem. My DVD player was connected to my HD TV via a HDMI cable as was recommended by the DVD owner's manual. I removed the HDMI cable and attached the three video component cables. Bingo, closed caption crossed immediately.

Posted on May 04, 2008

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SOURCE: when i shut my laptop the tv i use as my monitor goes blank.

Right click the power icon in the system tray (should look like a little plug with a lightning bolt on it.)  Click on "adjust power properties."  Click on the "advanced" tab, then where it says, "When I close the lid of my portable computer," select "Do Nothing."

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My sister is deaf and put the closed caption on then she put a movie in the dvd player and put closed caption on it now i can not get the closed caption off the tv please help me get it off please


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You haven't specified nothing about your TVs model number or its brand name. Then how can I post a solution to you?. Every brand and model has its own procedure to set closed caption ON and OFF. So either send these details to me by FixYa or repost your porblem including all these details once more. Then only, anyone can post a solution to your TVs problem. OK.

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Samsung LN-T4061F


To view the captions, all you have to do is turn on the decoder by following these simple steps:
  1. Access your TV menu screen using your remote or by pressing a button on the face of the TV.
  2. Select the closed captions heading. Several different caption options may appear.
  3. Select the "CC1" option.
  4. Exit the menu.
Closed captions should appear within approximately one minute of adjusting this setting. If they do not, review this portion of your television's operating manual or contact the manufacturer of the television set.

Public Television stations do not transmit Closed captioning

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Hi, i am not able to take off subtitle to my tv sony r60xbr1, i try everithin but nothin work. thanks


It could be through your cable box. Try watching a movie through a DVD player and see if the Close Captions are still there.

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Dear Problem Solver, I have a Sony Bravia KLV-37S400A and I don't know how to turn off closed captioning when watching recorded movies on a TAT SKY DVR (India). I went through all menues on both the TV...


Only captioning on the recorded movies only wright?U check the movie menu itself?Sometime the movies menus itself have the close captioning functions is on?Check the movies menus make sure all the close captioning functions are off too.

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Cant get the subtitles of the screen been pressing the subtitle button thanks.


Are you sure they are subtitles rather than closed captioning (if it is TV rather than DVD, it is closed captioning)?

If it is closed caption, pressing subtitle won't turn them off. If there is a button that says "Closed Caption" or "CC" press it. If not, press menu and look for the CC option (it should be under video or audio depending on the TV). Turn it off.

If you are watching a foreign language movie on TV (not DVD) it is likely hardsubbed (you can't turn the subs off because they are burned into the video).

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go to menu turn off captions thank you for using fixya

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How can i turn off subtitles on tv joy, i have tried evrything as per the manual Regards Mike


Is this on your television or your computer?

If on your tv - are you watching TV or a movie? If you are watching a movie, it should depend on what movie you are watching. If you are watching television, it is on your television. Hit menu, and look for closed captioning, and turn it off. What model of TV are you using?

If you are watching tv on your computer, what program are you using? Sometimes subtitles are Hardsubs, which means you cant turn them off. It depends where you got the video files from.

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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!
Evan

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