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Close captioning no matter what mode the tv is in the caption is not totally visible plus the peoples heads are partially cut off.When watching anything that has a banner on the bottom the banner is not visible.I have tried all the fixes i can find anny help would be appreciated.

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Well lets try the simple things first, Go to the TVs menu using the original TV remote and find the icon or menu that says Captions, in that menu turn all the closed captions OFF. Second there is a button on the original TV remote that says format, push this till you get to a screen that says FULL in the upper left corner. That should resolve your problems, If closed caption still comes through then we need to know if this set is hooked directly to cable or goes through a cable box. It sound like you simply had the closed caption turned on and the screen in one of the zoom formats this TV provides

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