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Mano I'm trying to get my DVD player to stop showing the subtitles when playing a movie. The systems operates correctly when I change to language(s)(French, Spanish etc..), but will not turn them off.

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If you have two sets of subtitles when the DVD subtitles are turned on, turn off the closed captioning on the TV menu and on the DVD player and this should solve your problem

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Hi - welcome to FixYa,

There are 2 methods for changing the subtitle settings on your DVD player.

Method 1.
To turn off the subtitles on your DVD player during playback:

1. Press the "SUBTITLE" button on your remote control
The subtitle button is just below the "0" (zero) numerical key on the remote control. It is marked "SUBTITLE" above the button and the button has "ABC" written inside a white rectangle on it.
2. Use the left "<" and right ">" arrow keys to change the subtitle setting
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Method 2.
To turn disc subtitles off from the main menu:

1. Press the "MENU/LIST" button on your remote control (directly below "STOP")
The main menu will now appear
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This should solve your problem, but if you need any further assistance, please post back.

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