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With foreign language films i now only get partial subtitles (perhaps one phrase in 10) is this a dvd player problem or something to do with my tv ?

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Its settings of your dvd player. go to dvd player menu and check language settings.

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hi glad to help you follow these instructions they should be easy to follow but if you have any problems give me a shout back ok good and hope you lady friend can enjoy all of her films now just remember to select the right language and you should have no problems.
Thanks for using the site and glad to help let me know how you get on ok

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