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Unplug the TV overnight and hopefully that will reset any menu changes you have done. I will attempt to find a link to the manual, but I have been unsuccessful in the pass as Durabrand is a Walmart house brand.
The closed caption just suddenly appeared on my screen with no buttons pressed. It won't turn off. I no longer have the original remote for this Durabrand 13" DU1301 TV . I was using the Time Warner Cable remote and have a basic cable box attached to the TV. Everything was fine until suddenly with no buttons pushed the closed caption came on. Is there anything sort of buying a new tv to fix this
U have the tv original remote wright?Yes?Look at the tv remote look for a button that said CC,press that CC buton a couple of times for it to have like CC1,2,3..if the tv program u are watching offer Closed Captioning u will have it.Or tries the tv manual button on the tv bazel frame itself that said Menu.Press the Menu buton go into the tv funsctions look for Closed Captioning funsctions in there look for it and turn it on all like CC1,2,3... all on will also getting Closed Captioning for the tv programmng shows that offer it too.
It sounds like there must be a captioning button on your cable remote (if that is the one that got dropped). You should probably call your cable company and talk to one of their service guys and see if they can tell you which button controls Closed Captioning (on my remote, it is clearly identified as "CC"). If that does not work, then maybe you can go to ebay and find a replacement remote for the TV. There should be a way to disable captioning at the set, though.