Question about RCA 36V430T 36" TV
I take care of an 87 year old lady who has a beautiful old zenith floor model console in a gorgeous wooden cabinet. She does not hear well & uses the closed caption feature to watch tv. Recently she went into the hospital & in her absence from her home, somehoe the closed caption feature was disabled & I am unable to get it back for her. I tried with her remote, but no luck,can you help us? Thanks! Lela
I prayed to God for help & it worked!
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
I prayed to God to help me fix the closed caption problem, then sat down with the remote & started pushing buttons. In a few minutes, the closed captioning was back & I have NO IDEA what I did that fixed it, other than ask for DIVINE help!
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
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Posted on Dec 26, 2007
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