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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: closed captioning
The closed captioning has to be sent in another language, and your set will follow it. Call the TV station to find out where they are getting the captioning from, or maybe they can get you directly in touch with the captioning people.
The closed captioning is sent as one of the many information packets during the vertical blanking interval. In the NTSC system, it is sent on line 21 in both the even and odd fields. There are usualy 2 closed captioning selections for text. These are the CC1 and CC2. They are decoded according to their address code.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
Go to settings and tools....select 1settings....select 1 display....select 4 Language...then select english
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Posted on Dec 20, 2008
Login to your gmail account. On the right side you should see your e-mail address up top next to that is "Settings" (or whatever in spanish. Select that and on the first tab the first thing it shows you is language. Click the dropdown and change back to english.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
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