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I lost manual to Sharp Remote Control G1395SA and wish to add captioning feature to TV because of hearing impairment. How do I?

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Hi there,

Well you can please follow the below steps-
1. Point the remote at the television. Press the "Menu" button. This will bring up the various settings available for adjustment.
2. Using the arrows or channel/volume buttons, navigate to the "System Setup" menu. This step may differ depending on the brand of TV. The closed captioning settings may also be in the "Preferences," "Accessibility," or "Closed Captioning" sub-menus. Refer to the user manual for specific location. (Please use the link to get your manual but first of all you can try the above, because there is no free manual on internet for your remote).

http://www.newremotecontrol.com/catalog/dyn_models_a_book.php

3. Highlight the option for "Closed Captioning." Press "Enter," "OK," or "Select" to switch the closed captioning setting from "Off" to "On."
4. Press "Menu" or "Exit" to close the menu after turning the text on.

Good Luck!!

Thanks

Posted on Jul 22, 2010

  • rnhaley Jul 23, 2010

    I was able to get captioning but in a foreign lanquage that I do not understand. Also when I return to the program I was watching, I get the captioning but no audio. What do I do now? I do hear, I just want to be able to check certain words if I do not undersstand what is being said.

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