spanish subtitles

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    RichardWaters

    [1]Sep 8, 2010
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    WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY? I refuse to watch the show since those impossible to get rid of. I like most of the content but seriously what the heck is going on with always on subs in SPANISH. Any allways on subtitles would be bad. Kill the subtitles before it kills the show.

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    bevan3423

    [2]Jun 25, 2011
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    lol I think thats your TV, no spanish subtitles on mine.

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    tana_banana39

    [3]Sep 11, 2011
    • member since: 09/11/11
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    I think there's three people in the world that have this problem. You and I are two of them. After putting up with this crap for months, tonight I found the answer!!!!! It has to do with Comcast on my end. I found this on their website. After turning off their box and maneuvering with the Comcast remote (not the TV remote), I was able to remove the Spanish captions. Good luck!

    Motorola High-Definition set-top boxes:

    To activate Closed Captioning: (or deactivate in our case!) Turn the set-top box off but leave the TV on Press Menu on the set-top box or remote control Navigate to Closed Captioning using the down arrow Press the right arrow to select Enabled or Disabled
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