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Can I program closed caption ? my t.v. is not high definition, I do have c.c. on it for all stations, but cannot find a way to get c.c. while playing a dvd

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The closed captions for your dvd should be under your dvd settings menu. Look for subtitles before you start a dvd. Normally you have to select it first before you start the movie or sometimes you can find the subtitle button your remote and it'll pop right up.

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If the dvd player doesnt have an option for cc which it should then the tv should may take over UNLESS you are connecting via hdmi

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