I contacted Mitsubishi support. It is very likely the 510 and the 520 are similar. I was told to look at the back of the VCR (in the middle and lower) for a "timer reset" button. Pushing it will put you into initial setup mode and you can set your VCR to english menu. It works!
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Do you have a menu or setup button on the VCR's remote? If you press that, you'll have to look in the menu until you find the language selection. Oh, wait. If it's in Spanish, you might need a Spanish to English dictionary, too. Well, good luck, and just ask if you need more help. I hope I gave you enough info, but the menus vary with every VCR, so I can't be too much more specific.
Mitsubishi HS-U760 Open up a small Door on the right side of the panel, Press the Butten on the right side and the language Menu should should show up turn the nobe that Control the Channels and the language should change, Could you tell Me how to get in to the menu after that and set the time and Scheduler
Hit the menu button, and look for the word "idioma" which means language, and select that. You should then be able to toggle back and forth between English and Spanish.
You may have to look under "opciones config. vcr" which is VCR Setup to find it.
Hope this helps, Good Luck!