We cannot remove the closed caption feature. It only comes up on the HD channels. When I go to "menu" with the remote, it does not allow me to choose the caption option. It is not illuminated as are the other options which can be accessed. When I try to access the menu from the side of the t.v. the message "keylock" appears on the screen.
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Re: removing closed captioning
These flat panel TVs are all board replacement only for any type of repairs. Your problem seems to be on the main board where the microprocessor is located. Which means if you're not a technician then you have to take it somewhere to be serviced.
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I do not know this dvd player, but on most anything with closed caption, you hit the cc button on the remote until you come to '0' or 'off'. As CC has about 6 channels it can use, but really only channel '1' is used. So you might have to cycle through the CC channels until closed caption disappears. Hope this helps. You might also have a setup menu on this DVD where you can control the CC. Just cycle though it till you get to '0' or off, exit the setup menu.
This is a text box. This can be turned off under the closed captioning. There should be a cc button on your remote or the closed captioning features can be accessed from your television's menu. Turn closed captioning completely off to get rid of these text boxes.
Subtitles are controlled by 'CC". Closed Captioning. Look for a CC button on the remote or captioning. Captioning usually is in the menu as well under 'settings'. Closed captioning has several settings. OFF turns all captioning off. CC1, CC2, CC3 & CC4 are captioning styles. Text is for text channels.
grayed-out?you mean no letters?better check first if the station has this closed captions features turned on in its transmission just to be sure.or try another channel for testing the closed caption features of your unit.
if the comcast box is not hd then the control is with your tv/remote.
If the comcast box is hd, then you can control it from the comcast remote. To do this press cable, then power and in 2 seconds press menu to get to the hidden hd setup menu, scroll down to closed captions and set it to enabled or disabled then press power twice to get back to you rtv
Access the TV's menu by pressing the "menu" button on the remote. Look for "Captioning" or if not on the screen try "set-up" or "audio" all the while looking for "CC", "Caption" or "Closed Caption". When you find it, turn it off.
If you are hooked up to a cable receiver, the closed caption must be disabled in the cable receiver. With most cable receivers the closed caption must either be on or off and there is not cc button on the remote.
Assuming whatever your TV receiving from has close caption. (Not all TV channel has close caption)
Solution 1) Get a new universal remote that support your model and has close caption button. Once you program in the code for your TV model and it works then all button should also programmed including th close caption button.
Solution 2) Search online for the owner manual and read see how to turn it on using buttons on TV (if possible).
Solution 3) Get new TV with close caption. (If you have an old old TV with bad and huge pixels then this solution is the best. Your eyes will thank you.)