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To put an antenna onto newer televisions you plug it into the coax plug. To get a copy of your owners manual, try going to the website of whoever made your TV, sometimes they have manuals in different languages, or it comes in one with several different languages.
The * indicates the particular languages that are NOT available for selection. Page 26 of the DMC-FS7 manual describes how to change the language, but also states that a number of languages are not available - as indicated by the * symbol.
Reread the manual again and see if yours is laid out the same. If you're still having a problem, please provide the model number of your camera.
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In case you mean changing the language in the camera, than you can do this by going to: Menu/Settings/Main Settings/Language Settings. From there you can change the language to your preferred language.
I also have the user manual for this camera, in case you need it, please do not hesitate to contact me.
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From either the Shooting or Playback mode, select the Setup menu (the wrench and hammer icon). Select the talking head (should be the fourth item). From there you can select the language for on-screen display. Be aware that available languages depend on where you purchased the camera, so English may not be available.
It appears that the camera comes in different versions, depending on the region. The "western" version has English, German and French language, but not Japanese. If you camera has Japanese menu, it is probably intended for the Asian market. It may not have English menu.
You can switch language like this:
Press Menu/OK, select the far most right option (Set), select the top option (Setup), press Menu/OK.
Select the second lowest option (laguage) (the lowest being Reset),
use > to display available languages. Use up- or down arrow to select the language and press Menu/OK.
With the camera turned on, press the MENU button. Use the left/right arrows to move to the Setup2 tab (tools with the number 2). The language setting is the first item on this menu. With the first item highlighted, press the SET button. You should see fifteen languages displayed on the LCD. Using the arrow keys, scroll to ENGLISH then press the SET button. Press the MENU button again to exit.
Make sure the camera is in Replay mode (triangle), then hold down the Set button and press the Menu button. The LCD should now display a list of available languages. Release both buttons. Use the arrow keys to select 'English' and press the Set button again.