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Change the tv to english from russian

My tv is in russian or some other language and I need some help changing it to english. I do not know where the manual is for the tv nor do I have to remote. Thank you

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SOURCE: Menu Language

According to Hitachi themselves, there is no such set with model number C29-F100. The closest one they have on file is the C29-F800. Perhaps your set is an over-seas set, originally sold in Japan? The original remote has a MENU button surrounded by 4 "arrow" buttons - arrow up, down, left and right. For the C29-F800, using the original remote, press the MENU button 4 times or the SETUP button once. There should be 4 choices on that page and the first one, the one on top, is LANGUAGE. Highlight the first one using the "arrow down" (also labeled P-) button and select the language ENGLISH using the left or right arrow buttons. Exit the menu by pressing MENU 3 more times or SETUP once. I believe I can download the owner's manual for the C29-F800 and send it to you if you need it.

Posted on Aug 23, 2007

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SOURCE: The language is in Arabic writing.

Unless you can find an Arabic speaker, your best bet is to look up the Arabic word for "language" on the Net and just play around with menu options until you find something that looks similar. Or check your instruction manual to see how you'd navigate from the main menu to the language selection option.

Posted on Nov 15, 2007

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