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Closed captioning won't go away, went to menu and it said it was off,

Closed Captioning was on when I turned on the tv this morning. Has happened to me before over the years and just went to menu and switched it off. This time the menu says it is turned off so I'm at a loss what to do.

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I had this problem once. what I did was switch the caption to a different type and the caption went away. try it if you want.

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