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Topic:   Help! How to get Closed Captioning to pop up!

I recently got the TDP-S25U. We occasionally have a friend who brings their deaf brother along with to our house whenever we watch movies. Now that we have our projector i haven't been able to figure out how to get the closed captioning to pop up. We have a standard RCA DVD player hooked into it, and I even if I enable closed captioning in the dvd player menu it still won't pop up. I was trying to search for what I could do, but the only thing I found is that I might need some kind of go between box that lets it work? Has anyone had this problem or no how to fix it? Thanks.
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Topic:   TDP-S26 Shutting Off On Its Own

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Topic:   TDP-S26 Shutting Off On Its Own

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Topic:   Need help with Toshiba TDP-S25 lamp reset

I have a Toshiba projector, model TDP-S25. I have recently replaced the bulb, but the status lights indicate that I need to reset the lamp counter before I am able to use it again (the lamp and on lights both turn red for a minute, before switching the projector to standby). Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you
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Topic:   Watching HDTV on non HDTV projector

I just purchased a Toshiba TDP-S26, which is the new TDP-S25. I'm projecting it on an 84" Stewart Filmscreen Perf screen(ultramatte 200). I have DirecTV/progressive scan DVD player, which look phenominal not withstanding the occasional rainbow effect. This brings me to my new desire to watch a better image while watching the occasional football game and broadcast TV. I am considering purchasing a HDTV receiver(like the Zenith HDV420). The projector supports 1080i source via RGB input. (The projector is 800x600) Does anyone have any suggestions as to what I should take into consideration? Mark
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