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Bill Tincher Posted on Apr 20, 2007
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Closed Captioning no longer works

When I press mute, the tv goes silent but the closed captioning does not appear on the screen. I have checked to make sure the setup is correct but still nothing appears on the screen. Thanks Tincher

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