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Closed Captioning

What is Closed Captioning?
Closed Captioning is designed for those who have hearing problems. It translates what is being said “on screen” into text and displays that narrative onto the TV screen. It is instantly available for most television programming and many movies. It usually transcribes both dialogue and basic sound effects.

How do I turn Closed Captioning on or off?
If you have a digital set-top box with digital cable service, you may do it in one of two ways:
     Using Navigator™:
     1. Press the Settings button on your remote.
     2. Scroll left or right to the Quick Settings category.
     3. Scroll down to select the Closed Captioning option and press Select.
     4. Scroll up or down to highlight On, On with Mute, or Off and press Select.

     Using the Guide:
     1. With your set-top box on, push the Power button on your set-top box to turn it off.
     2. Immediately push the Menu button on your remote. You should see a User Settings
         menu screen displayed.
    3. Use the arrows keys on the remote to highlight the Closed Caption option and press
        OK or select
on your remote to toggle Enable/Disable.
                                              4. Power on the set-top box to return to watching TV.
If you are still having issues, please contact us.


Can I change my settings so that Closed Captioning appears only when mute is on?
Yes. you certainly can. If you have the Navigator on-screen guide, you can adjust your settings on your set-top box
to do just that.
    To Adjust Settings:
    1. Press the Settings button on your remote.
    2. Scroll left or right to the Quick Settings category.
    3. Scroll down to the Closed Captioning option and press Select.
    4. Scroll up or down to highlight On with Mute and press Select.