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Setting up console

Console has been set up. Screen asks for languange and English is highlighted. How do I confirm the language and proceed. Have pressed everything possible on remote.

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    console setup is confirmed...can not confirm language set up

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You need to make sure sensor bar is plugged in. point the remote at tv and press A

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