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LG 55" OLED ThinQ SMART TV .OLED55C1PTB


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Just bought this TV .Face problem  with Language and subtitle setting.

1) Not able to set subtitle in English when watching Japanese program.

2) Not able to switch to Korean speaking language from Chinese language.

Anyone can advise. Thank you in advance

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