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Closed Captioning My elderly father has an Akai CFT2791 television.  He really needs to turn on the closed captioning, but naturally he has lost the manual.  I have looked on the web and cannot find one.  Could anyone post the sequence for turning on the CC or the source for the manual?

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Suze59, you can buy a brand new one here 1-866-596-1276 or go to their web page www.123remote.com price they had with s&h was $37.90 part number they listed is AA5900302G

Posted on Nov 28, 2007

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    Larry Eastman Nov 28, 2007

    sorry mis-read the post thought you were looking for the remote control. I didn`t have any luck finding a site either, CC should be in the users on screen menu, by pushing menu button on remote then look for text or CC

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