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Tv air broadcasting shows have to say it,to have closed captioning or have to have a white small sign that said CC to be able to get closed captioning ok.Look for it in ur remote there a button that said CC pushes that button go to CC1,2,3..now u will get closed captioning.Or go into ur tv Menu find closed captioning functions turn it on like CC1,2,3...or Text 1,2,3.. on.Now ur tv are ready to get closed captioning,for the tv air broadcasting shows,that have closed captioning.

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