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We can't get the Closed Caption to turn off on our 42 inch Panasonic Viera. We cannot find the manual either. Any solutions?

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We're having the same problem with our 42-inch Viera purchased today (TCP42U2).

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Go into your menu, then set up there you will see cc turn it off, hope this helps

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    try the same procedure it should work

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SOURCE: how can i turn on closed caption on my 42 inch

Visit the menu with the remote and it will be on the screen to turn them on or off

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