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Topic # 85182 15-Jun-2011 12:54
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Anybody know how to disable them permanently?

They keep on retuning even after I disable them in setup.




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  Reply # 481675 16-Jun-2011 00:30
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I have the same problem. Really pissing me off!



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  Reply # 481693 16-Jun-2011 07:47
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Seems to be affecting TV2. Even mysky recordings of TV2 are affected.

Maybe sky have decided to have it switched on by default.

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  Reply # 481708 16-Jun-2011 08:48
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BraaiGuy: Anybody know how to disable them permanently?
They keep on returning even after I disable them in setup.


http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=106&topicid=84612

The setup menu only changes the box default until you change channel. You need to go into the setup menus and change the box default to 'off':

To turn Closed Captioning ‘On’ (or off) by default -





  • [Active]



  • 1 - System Setup



  • 4 - System Settings



  • 1 - Picture Settings



  • 4 - Caption & Banner Settings

  • Set Closed Captions to ‘On’ or 'Off' as desired

  • Save New Settings




The SKY default setting is 'off'. If someone changed it over the past few years to 'on' then you wouldn't have noticed until SKY started transmitting TVNZ's captions on the HD channels.

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