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My tv has the captioning stuck on and the menu item for captioning reads as if it is off

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  • rddurecka Jan 30, 2010

    I have tried this in the past and it did not work

  • rddurecka Jan 30, 2010

    I have a cable box hooked up to it along with a a panasonic surround system.

  • rddurecka Jan 30, 2010

    The TV is a LG - model number 42LG50

  • rddurecka Jan 30, 2010

    The caption button continues to be greyed out on the menu of my TV. It reads as if captioning is off. My current setup includes a panasonic surround sound system, cable, and a 42LG50 model HDTV.

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I have seen this With a Number of Telivisions , Most Corrections are in the Menue that you Speak of. You Should Try INPLUGING Unit OVER-NIGHT so as to Reset it, Sorta FOOLING the TV Settings Menu this has Worked for me in the Past.

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Hi,
might need more info to solve such as brand and model #. do you have cable or sat. box hooked up to it? some boxes have a separate closed caption feature which will run on your screen whether you select on your tv or not.

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Hi there,

Well first of all you can try to reset your TV, just remove the power cable from the main board and left it for 4 hours and check again..... if further you have the same problem then there must be some problem in the control board of your TV may be the control board shorted or have some carbon on the points... you need a multimeter to check the control board... please post comments for more help or information...........

Good Luck!!

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Enable Caption Using the Original Remote
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Caption service
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& Select Captions service.
é Press the cursor right.
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Features menu
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é Press the cursor right to enter the Features menu.
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