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I cannot get some channel from my trulflat RCA DVD

My tv was programmed for cable at one time and i cannot get the cable channels off so i can get some regular channels on my tv i do not see the button on the remote or tv to program cable off and get some regular channels and in the menu area do not see it either and a program to switch it out from spanish to english where is this located of how do i arrive at getting it. Can you assist me in this and also my tv on the dvd area is programmed for spanish how do i get that off to english, in the dvd area while going to it i see something that says AV1 what is that. Thank you for your further assistants. These are the numbers that i see at the back of the tv 20F510TD that is the model number and another number is F332KX4FO.

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Av 1 is audio-video input 1

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