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Can't remove the Closed Caption on my Samsung

My boyfriend had the tv at his place and never had problems. When we took it to my place, I had the cable company come in to install high definition digital cable and since then, the Closed Caption is always on. From the Menu, I can't choose Closed Caption, it's greyed out.

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  • Anonymous Jul 14, 2008

    cloed caption remove

  • mikesalop Aug 28, 2008

    I have sort of a 'reverse' problem. I can't turn on the caption, and it's greyed out.

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Try putting it in the air channel mode and then see if you can access through menu

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