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TV plays some channels in spanish

I have a friend that has a Durabrand TV and it plays certain stations in spanish. She doe's have cable but their is no cable box. A transformer blew out and it has been doing that since. What can possibly make the tv play certain stations in spanish instead of english like it should

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The tv may a SAP circuit fault (Second Audio Program). This circuit can mess up and cause some channels which are carrying SAP to put out the wrong language. I've seen this happen a few times. AN IC may have gotten zapped when the transformer blew. Possibly the microprocessor IC. Stargazer

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