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This is a tough one. With some machines there is a language select in the bios, you will need a translator to change it (if you don't speak Japanees), and other machines use a language chip that is built into the motherboard, this chip is basically non removable, it's easier to replace the motherboard. Contact Panasonic support, they will be able to tell you if there is a language select or language chip. If there is a language select they may be able to walk you through the process of changing it without needing a translator.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
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