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CONTENTS Introduction Safety information and Tips ................................................................................................. 3 Before calling Customer Service ........................................................................................ 4 Basic Installation functions Getting started ....................................................................................................................... 5 Connecting Audio/Video (Playback) .......................
SAFETY INFORMATION AND TIPS Safety information • remove mains plug when : – the red light below the TV screen is flashing continuously. – a bright white line is displayed across the screen. – cleaning the TV screen. Never use abrasive cleaning agents such as scouring powder. Use a slightly damp chamois leather or soft cloth. – there is a lightning storm. – the set is left unattended for a long period of time. • No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on top o
BEFORE CALLING CUSTOMER SERVICE Below is a list of frequently occurred symptoms. Before you call for service, make these simple checks. Some of these symptoms can easily be rectified if you know what to do. Symptoms What you should do Colour patch (uneve- - Switch off the TV from the mains power button. Wait for 20 ness) minutes before switching on again. - Check the TV is not placed too near speakers or magnetic objects. No power - Check the TV’s AC power cord is plugged into the mains
GETTING STARTED Connecting the antenna • Connect the aerial plug to the antenna socket on the backcover. • Insert the mains plug into the wall socket. Connecting the mains • For correct mains voltage, refer to type sticker at the rear of the TV set • Consult your dealer if mains supply is different. Note : This diagram is not representative of the actual plug and socket. Switching on the set • Press the main power button to switch on/ off theTV. • If the set is on standby
CONNECTING AUDIO/VIDEO (PLAYBACK) Connection for viewing VCRs AV sockets on AUDIO VIDEO R L rear of TV AV1 in Monitor out Back of VCR (with Video and L R AUDIO VIDEO OUT OUT Audio output sockets) You can view the playback of VCR tapes (Video Disc players, camcorders, etc.) by using the AUDIO and VIDEO INPUT sockets on the rear of the TV. – Connect the video and audio RCA cables from the VIDEO and AUDIO IN on the rear of the NOTE:
CONNECTING AUDIO/VIDEO (RECORDING) Connection for recording from the TV channel to VCR AV sockets on AUDIO VIDEO R L AV1 in the rear of TV Monitor out Back of VCR L AUDIO R VIDEO (with Video and IN IN Audio input sockets) – Connect the video and audio RCA cables from the VIDEO and AUDIO IN sockets of the Connection for recording from cable TV to VCR VCR to the MONITOR OUT on the rear of the TV. AUDIO VIDEO R L AV1 in Cable AV sockets on Monitor out rear of TV
FUNCTIONS OF THE REMOTE CONTROL Input button 4 To select an input signal (TV, AV1 or AV2). SMART PICTURE button 5 1 To select Personal, Soft, Natural or Rich picture. 14 2 DEL / Info button 6 To display information such as channel 3 number, colour system, sound system or the time. 13 4 In Favourite Channel submenu, press to delete the favourite channel number. 12 5 MUTE button 7 6 11 To turn on or turn off sound. CH+ / CH- button 8 10 7 To select channels in ascending or descending or
FUNCTIONS OF THE TV CONTROL PANEL The TV controls are on the front panel just below the screen. p Mains Power button Press to turn on or turn off TV. & If TV is in Standby mode, press: - CH or CH on the TV front panel or - POWER button on the remote control to turn on TV. Standby light indicator Indicator is lit when standby mode is activated. é To switch TV to Standby mode, press the POWER button on the remote control. Remote Sensor Acts as a sensor for activating the controls of the “
SELECTING THE MAIN MENU The User Manual explains the operation of the TV set using the buttons on the remote control unless otherwise stated. Please read the following instructions carefully and follow the steps as shown to familiarise yourself with installation and other features available for your TV set. TIP: You may encounter instability of the on-screen display when there is no signal input to the TV. When this happens, use the button on your remote control to select an AV cha
SELECTING YOUR MENU LANGUAGE The Language option lets you set your language for the TV’s on-screen display menus. Press button Result on screen Step MENU Enter main menu. VOL+ Press repeatedly until the FEATURE main menu is Or selected. VOL- CH+ Press repeatedly until the Settings submenu is Or selected. CH- Enter Settings submenu. OK CH+ Press repeatedly until the Language submenu is Or selected. CH- VOL+ Press repeatedly to toggle between the available lan- Or guages you want to select
TUNING YOUR CHANNELS AUTOMATICALLY You can search for all active channels automatically with the Auto Store feature. Step Press button Result on screen MENU Enter main menu. VOL+ Press repeatedly until the PRESET main menu is Or selected. VOL- CH+ Press repeatedly until the Auto Store submenu is Or selected. CH- Auto searching will begin. OK All available channels found will be stored from number 1 onwards. When all frquency bands have been searched, auto searching will stop. The program
TUNING YOUR CHANNELS MANUALLY You can manually search your channel from any frequency band and select your preferred channel number with the Manual Store feature. Press button Result on screen Step MENU Enter main menu. VOL+ Press repeatedly until Preset main menu is Or selected. VOL- CH+ Press repeatedly until Channel submenu is Or selected. CH- VOL+ Press repeatedly to select the Channel number. Or Example: to change to VOL- channel nuber 31. CH+ Press repeatedly until Band submenu is
TUNING YOUR CHANNELS MANUALLY Press button Result on screen Step Press repeatedly until CH+ Manual Store submenu Or is selected. CH- VOL+ Press VOL+ to start search upwards or VOL- Or to search downwards VOL- from the current posi- tion and frequency band. Press VOL- to stop VOL+ manual searching Or upwards or VOL+ to VOL- stop manual searching downwards. MENU Exit menu from screen. NOTE: If the channel searched is not the one you want, restart the search upwards or downwards by pressi
FINE TUNING YOUR CHANNELS This feature lets you adjust the picture reception in places where the reception is weak. Press button Result on screen Step MENU Enter main menu. Press repeatedly until the VOL+ PRESET main menu is Or selected. VOL- Press repeatedly until CH+ Fine Tune submenu is Or selected. CH- Press VOL+ to fine tune VOL+ upwards and VOL- to fine Or tune downwards. VOL- MENU Exit menu from screen. 15
CHANGING THE SYSTEM SETTINGS The Settings feature lets you set the colour system, sound system and Auto Volume Level (AVL). AVL enables the volume to remain at a predetermined level to prevent sudden changes in volume levels during commercial breaks or when you are surfing the channels. Press button Result on screen Step MENU Enter main menu. Press repeatedly until the VOL+ FEATURE main menu is Or selected. VOL- Press repeatedly until CH+ Settings submenu is Or selected. CH- The Settings e
ADJUSTING THE TV PICTURE The Picture feature lets you fine tune your TV picture such as the contrast, brightness, colour, sharpness and colour temperature. Press button Result on screen Step MENU Enter main menu. Press repeatedly until the VOL+ PICTURE main menu is Or selected. VOL- CH+ Press repeatedly to select Contrast, Brightness, Or Color, Sharpness or CH- Color Temp. Press to increase or VOL+ decrease levels for Or Contrast, Brightness, VOL- Color and Sharpness. Press to change set
SWAPPING YOUR TV CHANNELS After auto or manual searching of channels, you can reorder the channel numbers using the Channel Swap feature. Step Press button Result on screen MENU Enter main menu. Press repeatedly until the VOL+ FEATURE main menu is Or selected. VOL- CH+ Press repeatedly until CH Swap submenu is Or selected. CH- OK The CH Swap entries are displayed. Press to select From. CH+ Or CH- VOL+ Press to select to select the channel you want to Or change. VOL- Example: Channel 30
SKIPPING CHANNELS This feature lets you skip or edit channels which have bad or weak TV signal. NOTE: Once a channel is skipped, you cannot access it by using the CH+ or CH– buttons or the numeric (0 - 9) buttons on the remote control. You will need to restore the skipped channels first. Press button Result on screen Step MENU Enter main menu. Press repeatedly until the VOL+ PRESET main menu is Or selected. VOL- Press repeatedly until CH+ Channel submenu is Or selected. CH- Press to sele
STORING YOUR FAVOURITE CHANNELS This feature lets you store up to six favourite channels which you can view or browse using the FAV button on the remote control. Step Press button Result on screen MENU Enter main menu. Press repeatedly until the VOL+ FEATURE main menu is Or selected. VOL- Press repeatedly until CH+ FAV. Ch submenu is Or selected. CH- The FAV. Ch entries are OK displayed. Example: To store channel 8 CH+ in your favourite channel 1. Or CH- Press to select FAV. Ch1. VOL+ Pres
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