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Replaying a time recording program. Why does it replay in Spanish not English

I set two programs to be recorded. The first program when I replalyed it, it replayed in Spanish not English. The second program when I replayed it, it was in English but contains voice overs for people who are blind. Please tell me what settings need to be reset to solve these problems

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Channel setting is incorrect I'd say

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Re: Replaying a time recording program. Why does it...

Well, it seems like it is already in English, but the spanish wasn't translated because of malfunctions that who knows what happened, for setting caption should be off unless you want text, voices of blind people sounds like the program on t.v. you recorded.

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