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If you have a digital Set-Top Box with digital cable service:
Using Navigator:
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  2. Scroll left or right to the Quick Settings category.
  3. Scroll down to select the Closed Captioning option and press SELECT.
  4. Scroll up or down to highlight On, On with Mute, or Off and press SELECT.
Using i-Guide:
  1. With your Set-Top Box currently on, push the POWER button on your Set-Top Box to turn it off.
  2. Immediately-within one second-push the MENU button on your remote. You should see a User Settingsmenu screen displayed.
  3. Use the arrows keys on the remote to highlight the Closed Caption option and press OK or SELECT on your remote to toggle Enable/Disable.
  4. Power on the Set-Top Box to return to watching TV.
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Why does my TV say no signal? If your HDTV or Standard TV displays a "No Signal" error message, it may be due to one of the following issues:
  1. Determine how many TV's are affected.
    • If it is one TV, continue to step two.
    • If multiple or all TV's are affected, continue to step five.
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    2. Press the TV/Video button.
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  3. If the source is correct from step two:
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  4. If the problem persists:
    1. Unplug the power cable from the back of the MTS set-top box.
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This could be a problem with the cable box or other set top box and not the TV. It's known to happen with Samsung cable boxes from Cablevision.

First try resetting the TV and set top box by unplugging both. Remove the HDMI cable from the TV and the set top box. Reconnect the HDMI cable. If you are using a Redmere or similar HDMI cable, make sure that the end labeled TV is connected to the TV's HDMI port. (These cables have additional electronics and are not reversible.) Connect the power cord to the set top box and wait 30 seconds to a minute. Then plug in the TV. To ensure the set top box does the correct handshake with the TV, turn on the TV first and set it to the HDMI input. Then turn on the set top box. See if this fixes the issue. (On some cable boxes, this can be a temporary fix. You may need to have the set top box replaced.)

If the above steps don't help, try a different HDMI cable. If that doesn't solve the problem, then the set top box is faulty.

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If the picture on your TV flickers, there may be a simple fix. Here are some possible answers and suggested solutions:

1. Your set-top box may need a simple reboot. Unplug the power connection to the set-top box for about 30 seconds. Reconnect the power and turn the set-top box back on.

2. Check all of your cables for a loose connection by tightening each one with your fingers.Flickers can sometimes be caused by bends in rigid cables, too.

3. If your picture flickers to a black or blue screen, you could have a bad set-top box. Contact your cable or satellite service provider about installing a new one.

4. If you still have audio, the flickering could also mean that you have a failing backlight.

For additional troubleshooting information, check out the chart at TV flickering for more solutions. I hope this helps!

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This means that your set top box has been put into diagnostic mode and is showing on the TV. Power down your cable/satellite Set Top Box and then power it back on. This should clear up this problem.

I hope this helps,

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