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Samsung Rear Projection DLP HDMI Captions

Hi I have a Samsung Rear projection DLP. I just hooked it up to my cable box (HD cable box from Time Warner) I change the input to the HDMI on my TV and now all of my channels come up with captions. picture and sound are fine but I can't seem to turn off the captions. Any ideas?

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The captions are turned on in the cable box itself. If you have a Motorola cable box, turn it off then hit the menu button for the cable box. You will then see where you can turn off the closed captioning. Anymore questions email me [email protected]

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