Question about Toshiba 40G300U TV
Posted by Anonymous on
If you have a cable box or a satellite receiver you will set up closed captioning on it. For most cable boxes you have to turn off the power and immediately press the menu button on the front or them. Then the hidden menu appears if you've pressed the menu button on the cable box itself and not on its remote soon enough. Then you scroll down to closed captioning and enable it. Turn the cable box back on to view your channels with closed captioning.
If you have satellite tv you can press one of the colored buttons on the remote to get to a menu that will allow you to enable closed captioning.
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