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Spanish on the screen or Spanish through the speakers on some channels? If its the on-screen display that's in Spanish, you pick the language using the setup menu with the remote control. If you're getting Spanish through the speakers, you probably have turned on the SAP (second audio program) function. In some areas with a large enough population, SAP is often used to broadcast program audio in a different language. On channels with no SAP broadcast you don't hear any problems. The SAP function is usually controlled by a button on the remote and probably got pressed by accident.
Your daughter accidently changed the language mode from English to either French or Spanish. If you push the menu button
on your remote repeatly until you see a word that resembles
"language" then highlight it and push adjust (either right or left)
you may be able to set it back to English. Some sets have a
feature that resets the adjustments back to the original settings
if the TV is unplugged from the electrical outlet for a minimum of
15 minutes then plugged back in.
Hope this helps,
well, since I speak spanish I can tell you how to do it.
First you go to the Clock Menu as you are changing the time. then After that you press the 'FF" button on the control. that should fix your problem.
I own a One-for-All universal remote, and my booklet says the setup code for a Symphonic TV (without a built-in DVD or VCR) is either 0171 or 0180. I can not guarantee these numbers will work with your remote, but it is worth a try.