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We have a RH397D digital recorder. We cannot get the subtitles to stay off. Every time we change channel the subtitles come back up again. Where do we go on the menu to keep the subtitles turned off?

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  • mbmmm Sep 14, 2008

    We also have this problem with our RH397D. I have turned all subtitle functions off both LG TV and DVD recorder but the trouble is as soon as we record a program through the timer record function (setting date, time etc) the subtitles return on certain channels. It's a complete drag! If we record the program live i.e. press record without using the timer function, no subtitles.

  • Anonymous May 19, 2009

    same problem.

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A – DTV Closed Caption - OFF (Make sure it is turned off) I am not sure what activates this to ENGLISH but it can be switched off.

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This is shockingly bad service from LG. I have the same problem with the LG DRT389H DVD recorder. One solution is to go to "A" in the set-up menu then select DTV subtitle. Then select a language that the TV show doesn't use (I chose Gaelic) and this should stop the subtitles appearing. The downside is that it stops any subtitles being recorded at all so you can't access them later should you require them.

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Hi all

Janine my wife has an LG 2h397D.

She complained to LG, they took the unit back and said there was nothing wrong as the subtitles were supposed to be there.

The manual leads you all in circle.

She has worked out that by pressing the yellow subtitle button under the remote cover once and in our case the word English appears then press it again and the word off will apear and the subtitles go off.

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I cant get subtitles off and subtitles not in cinque with dialogue

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