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You must have its original remote control, which will have 'CC; button on it. you have to press this button once to cancel the Closed Caption option. If you can acccess the Menu of the tV by your present universal remote contro,; get into TVs Menu option, surf through, come to closed capation adjust window, and cancell [OFF] the closed caption option.
You usually need the original remote. The trouble with universal remotes is that they generally control only the basic functions of a TV (power, volume, channel) but not much else. Without the original, you often lose other functions. You can try the front panel buttons if yours has them. On some sets the on-screen menus allow you to access caption settings.
But are you sure the captions are coming from the TV? Sure, the TV is displaying them, but if you have a satellite receiver, cable box or digital set-top box, the captions may be coming from that device. This is likely to be true if the captions just mysteriously started and you don't have or aren't using the TV original remote. These devices often don't allow a TV's built-in caption decoder to work properly, so they provide captions themselves. You may have turned captions on using that device's remote. Check the menu for caption controls.
Tv still have it Closed Caption functions is on.U have the tv original remote wright?Yes.Look at ur tv remote control look for a button that said CC,push that button a couple times make sure like all CC1,2,3.. all to off.Closed Caption functions will turn off should have no more black boxes pops up onto the tv screen.Also used the tv remote control go into the tv menu go into Closed Caption funcions look for functions like Text 1,2,3... turn it all to off too.Should stop it for good,if Text also on too.If u don't have the tv original remote.Try website like Remotes.com to buy the tv original remote.
Ur tv have a button that said Menu on the bottom tv beside buttons only said POWER,CHANNELS + -,VOLUME + - ?Used the tv menu button go through the options functions look for Close Caption find CC 1,2,3 or TEXT 1,2,3 turn it all off,will stop captionning,if tv have no Menu option button.The captionning can be turn off by an original remote only.Try website like Remotes.com to buy the tv original remote.
What is the TV source? Could the captions be coming from that source? If it is, try disabling them from the Menu for the set top box (cable, satellite, DVD).
There is a menu button on the TV that will let you access the OSD if the Child Lock is not enabled.. Then the same directions apply Set > Closed Caption (Off, CC-1, CC-2, CC-Mute). If you can't access the menu directly, then the control board may be bad. Try shopjimmy.com for used parts with minimal wear (sets that were broken in shipping) or another supplier. You will need to open the TV and get the part number of the current board.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (the set-top box issue is one I have dealt with. A neighbor with an older TV needed to use the captions from the satellite receiver set to single mode to get captions for the visiting relative. This meant that both sets watched the captions until they were turned off. The main TV still showed the captions if they remembered to reset the receiver to Dual mode.)
If you have the original remote control, there's normally a single button that controls captioning. You press it to cycle through the captioning choices until you reach "off". If you don't have the original control, you may have caption control available through the on-screen menus. Not all makes and models provide it, though.
If you're using this TV with a cable converter, satellite receiver or another set-top box, the captions you're seeing may be coming from that device and not from the TV's caption decoder. Make sure you check that captioning is shut off on those devices as well.
Noway to turn off captioning right away without the original remote.But U can unplug the tv for an hour,tv well reset itself back to original setting.The Captioning will shut off buy itself.Because captioning reqiure CC buttion on orignal remote and must manually turn on and off.
I am sorry you don't. You will need the original remote. I have enclosed a link where you can see the original remote and order one if you want to. If you see the picture, there is a caption button on the remote to turn on and off the closed captions Good Luck. Here is the link
It sounds like you have the Text feature on the closed caption option turned on. your going to most likly need an original remote to turn this feature off as far as i know of. If you do not have an original toshiba remote to turn off the clkosed caption or in some sets you have to go into the menu to turn this feature off, maybe you can borrow one from a friend that has one or you can get one from http://www.remotes.com. Good liuck and let us know if you need more assistance