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If pressing the cc button on the Sharp remote does not turn off the closed captioning then the closed captioning is most likely coming from the cable box or whatever you have connected to this television. You can go into the cable box menu by pressing the menu button on the front when it is turned off. That's right turn off the cable box and then press menu on it to access the hidden menu that includes closed captioning. Scroll down to closed captioning and scroll over to disable. A number of other Directv receivers have the CC located on a "captioning" tab on the "display" page under setup and for dish network: Setting Closed Captioning:
Press and release the MENU button and then select "Preferences."
Using this button will set the Closed Caption mode when viewing a DTV or TV channel.
Enable Caption Using the TV Menu
Open the Menu screen, select the third icon, in the middle, this is the Setup Menu.
In the Setup Menu, choose the Caption option.
Caption: There are three items in it - Analog Closed Caption, Digital Closed Caption and Digital Caption Style
Analog Closed Caption: CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4, TEXT1,TEXT2, TEXT3, TEXT4.
Digital Closed Caption: Service1, Service2, Service3, Service4, Service5, Service6.
Digital Caption Style: There are two Caption Styles. One is the
automatic function set as the broadcaster, while the other is the custom
style where you can adjust the font size, color, opacity, background
color etc., accordingly.
This is most commonly caused by the use of a Closed Caption text box.
This type of Closed Caption is not always supported by the broadcaster,
and results in the appearance of a black rectangle with scrambled or no
This can be quickly resolved by adjusting the
Closed Caption type to "CC1" or by disabling the Closed Caption feature
on your television.
get in the menu and change the close caption with the Olevia remote control
Closed caption is an extra for the TV tuner you have it may not be on the set for HD ie: your set is now recieveing it's picture from the cable box and not your TV tuner probab;y by scart or SVHS cable , and the equipment you have may not have Closed Caption capability check with your network supplier ..... Regards Vortash
PS will it work if you go back to normal tv I think it might .? and if it does case proved ..
The closed captioning decoder circuit in your TV set may not be working, or the closed captioning information from the station may not be present. Start investigating by finding out if there is actualy closed caption from the station that you are tuned in to. If so, then call the tech support for your set to know if there is something that you missed in the set-up for the closed captioning. It may be very simple. If all of this does not work, then the closed captioning decoder in the set may not be working properly and require service.
your TV do not disable close caption in composite mode. It may in component mode. Please make sure that the close caption in your TV menu is not set to "text" Please be advice that CC :Text is the ONLY one that can give you a black box.