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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
With TV on, turn off DVR and hit menu on DVR remote - you can disable CC from there. Worked for us - got the idea from another fixya post.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
SOURCE: Closed Caption
Yeah, I'm now believing it's the tv. The captions on the other tv in the house work great. My samsung is only 2 yrs old. This model was 1080 i...Kinda of costly. Still no solution???? CR. LEE
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
I found a fix for this problem on another forum, It's caused by some blown capacitors on the main power board. I have a link to the original post, with step by step pictures for replacing the blown capacitors but don't know if it's ok to post it here. The repair cost me £7.49 for 5 capacitors RS part number 526-1109 and about £4.50 of that was for next day postage. I did the job myself in about 15 minutes and I have no experience with a soldering iron (i even had to borrow one). I replaced 3 capacitors, 2 of which looked blown and one which just looked swollen.
Remove the back off your tv, and just take a look at the small array of capacitors near the top right corner of the centrally situated power board. there are 4 identical capacitors rated at 1000uf 10v 105 degrees C. I think the silver capacitor lids should be flat or even slightly concave. The ones I replaced were all slightly convex and 2 of them had a tiny amount of what looked like brown corrosion right in the centre of the caps.
For a few quid I'm sure you could get someone else to do the soldering if you lack confidence.
The original post also linked to a supplier of the main power board for £130. I didn't mind having a go myself because I figured if I fouled up I could always just buy the board.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
Correct solution WITH DIRECT TV is NOT going to SETUP MENU on your Samsung TV and enabling it, this won't work with Direct TV!! I'll walk you through it. Grab your Direct TV remote, hit "Menu", pan down to "Parental, Fav & Setup", next click "System Set-up", next click "Display", now at the top of the screen between "Preferences" and "Clock" is "Captioning", click on it, now the first box reads Captioning TURN IT FROM OFF TO ON! You now have Captioning.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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Screen Menu > Broadcasting > Caption Try Now
View subtitles along with subtitle-enabled digital and analog broadcasts.
Screen Menu > Broadcasting > Caption > Caption Try Now
Show subtitles. Subtitles will be displayed when you choose a broadcast that supports subtitles.
"" DVD Subtitles are only available when connected to an external input connector.
Mar 13, 2015 | Samsung 6350 Series UN65F6350 65" LED...
Your TV displays the closed captions that are broadcast with some
television shows. These captions are usually subtitles for the hearing
impaired or language translations. All VCRs record the closed caption
signal and most pre-recorded commercial video tapes provide closed
captions. Check for the closed caption symbol in your television
schedule and on the tape's packaging: .
1 Press MENU repeatedly until you see the Setup menu. Press CH
to select "Caption."
2 Press VOL+ to open the Closed Caption menu.
3 Press VOL + to turn closed captioning on.
Misspellings and odd characters can occur in captioning. Also, there may be a
captioning delay after changing channels. Neither situation is a TV malfunction.
4 Press CH to highlight "Mode." Press - VOL or VOL + to choose
"Capt." (captions) or "Text." In caption mode, captions appear and
cover a small portion of the picture. In text mode, information unrelated
to the program, such as news reports, are displayed and
often cover a large portion of the screen.
5 If you wish, use CH , CH , or VOL + to change the captioning
channel or field. Then, press DISPLAY to return to normal viewing.
Different channels and fields display different information, such as additional
languages or supplemental information
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