Philips 29PT2252 user manual

User manual for the device Philips 29PT2252

Device: Philips 29PT2252
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Date of adding : 2013-12-31 16:36:35
Number of pages: 37
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Operating Instructions
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Safety Information/Useful Tips .................................................................................................. 3 Before Calling Service ................................................................................................................. 4 Basic Installation/Functions Hooking Up Your TV (Basic Connection) ............................................................................... 5 Use/Care of remote Control ......................

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SAFETY INFORMATION AND USEFUL TIPS Safety Information • Disconnect 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. Use a slight damp chamois leather or soft cloth. – there is a lightning storm. – the set is left unattended for a prolonged period of time. • No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on top of the TV or in the vi

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BEFORE CALLING 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. Symptom What you should do Colour patch • Switch off the TV by the mains power button. Wait for 20 (uneveness) 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 socket. If there is st

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HOOKING UP YOUR TV (BASIC CONNECTION) Antenna Connection • Connect the aerial plug to the antenna socket ¬¬¬¬¬ on the backcover. • Insert the mains plug into the wall socket. Mains Connection • 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 the TV. • If the set is on standby (i

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CONNECTING THE AUDIO/VIDEO SOCKETS (PLAYBACK) Monitor out AV1 in AV2 in VIDEO AV sockets on Y L/Mono the rear of TV S-VIDEO Pb AUDIO R Pr COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT OUT OUT OUT ANTENNA VIDEO L R AUDIO Back of VCR IN IN IN VCR (equipped with Video and 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 IN sockets on the rear of the TV to the AUDIO and VIDEO

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CONNECTING THE AUDIO/VIDEO SOCKETS (PLACKBACK) Camcorder Connect headphone jack to socket for personal listening For more convenient direct playback connections, the Side Audio/Video Input sockets allow for quick and easy connections, particularly Camcorder tape recordings. – Connect the S-VIDEO socket (if available) from the Camcorder to the Side S-VIDEO socket of the TV. You need not connect the Side VIDEO IN socket of the TV if the S-VIDEO socket is connected. – Connect the AUDIO OUT sockets

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CONNECTING THE AUDIO/VIDEO SOCKETS (RECORDING) Connection for recording from the TV channel Monitor out AV1 in AV2 in VIDEO Y AV sockets on L/Mono S-VIDEO the rear of TV Pb AUDIO R Pr COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT OUT OUT OUT ANTENNA VIDEO R AUDIO L IN IN IN VCR (equipped with Video and Audio output sockets) – Connect the corresponding INPUT sockets of the VCR to the MONITOR OUTPUT sockets on the rear of the TV. – To enhance the sound of your TV, connect the AUDIO L and R sockets to an external audio

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FUNCTIONS OF REMOTE CONTROL & Power button – Switch set off temporarily to standby mode. & (The red light indicator lights up when the set is on standby mode). é – To switch on set from standby mode, press “ Channel +/– , Digit (0 -9) or Power button. é Teletext Colour/Personal Zapping buttons ‘ – In teletext mode, the colour buttons allow you to ( access directly an item or corresponding pages. § – As Personal Zapping buttons, you can surf up to è 10 personal channels for each button. For deta

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FUNCTIONS OF REMOTE CONTROL 3 Main Index Button In teletext mode, press button to return to the main index page. 4 Frownie button Allows to delete stored personal preference channels in your Personal Preference list. For 3 detailed description of functions, refer to section on 4 “Personal Zapping ”. 5 5 Smart Picture Button Press the Smart Picture button repeatedly to 6 access 5 different types of picture settings and 7 choose your desired setting. 61Incredible Surround Button 8 – Allows you to

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➩ FUNCTIONS OF TV CONTROLS INSTALL MENU 3 – VOLUME + 7 CHANNEL 6 ‘( & é “ & Mains Power button Switch mains power on or off. é Standby light indicator Indicate red light when standby mode is activated. “ Remote Sensor Acts as a sensor for activating the controls of the TV when remote control handset is aimed at it. ‘ Volume + / – buttons Adjust sound volume softer/louder. ( Channel 7 / 6 buttons Select channel in descending/ascending order. Note • You can enter the main menu by pressing both t

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SELECTING THE MENU LANGUAGE Operating instructions generally 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 the installations and all features available in your set. The Language feature allows you to set the TV’s on-screen menu to be shown in your desired language. Step Press button Result on screen Enter main menu. Main o MENU ✔ Pict

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AUTOMATIC TUNING OF CHANNELS Automatic tuning of channels allows you to store each programme automatically. Step Press button Result on screen Enter main menu. Main o MENU ✔ Picture π Brightness  Sound Colour  Features Contrast  Install Sharpness Colour Temp. More... œ Main o Press button repeatedly until  Picture Language ¸  Sound Auto Store Install is selected.  Features Manual Store ✔ Install π Sort Channel Edit Name œ Install o Enter install menu. ˙ ✔ Language π English  Auto Store 

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MANUAL TUNING OF CHANNELS Manual tuning of channels allows you to select your preferred channel number for every available programme. Step Press button Result on screen Main o Enter main menu. MENU ✔ Picture π Brightness  Sound Colour  Features Contrast  Install Sharpness Colour Temp. More... œ Main o Press button repeatedly until  Picture Language ¸  Sound Auto Store Install is selected.  Features Manual Store ✔ Install π Sort Channel Edit Name œ Install o ✔ Language π English Enter insta

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MANUAL TC UNING HANNELS OF CHANNELS Step Press button Result on screen Start manual searching. Searching Manual Store o ˙ stops once a transmitting signal is  Colour System  Sound System found. Search 128 MHzπ ✔  Channel  Fine Tune  Store œ ¸ Select Channel. Manual Store o  Colour System  Sound System Key in the channel number. 1 2 3  Search 9 Channel 2 π 4 5 6 ✔  Fine Tune 7 8 9  Store 0 œ 10 Press button repeatedly until ¸ Manual Storeo Store is selected.  Colour System  Sound Syst

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SELECTING THE COLOUR/SOUND SYSTEM This feature allows you to select your desired Colour and Sound system. If Auto is selected, the respective colour and sound system will be automatically selected according to the transmission system. Note : Select your desired colour and sound system manually if reception is poor at Auto mode. Step Press button Result on screen Repeat step 1 Colour System is selected. Manual Store o to step 5 as in Colour System Auto π ✔ “Manual T uning  Sound System  Searc

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FINE TUNING OF CHANNELS This feature allows you to adjust picture reception in areas of weak reception. Step Press button Result on screen Enter main menu. Main o MENU ✔ Picture π Brightness  Sound Color  Features Contrast  Install Sharpness Colour Temp. More... œ Main o ¸ Press button repeatedly until  Picture Language  Sound Auto Store Install is selected.  Features Manual Store ✔ Install π Sort Channel Edit Name œ Install o ˙ Enter install menu.  Language Colour System  Auto Store S

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SORTING OF CHANNELS This feature rearranges channel numbers. Step Press button Result on screen Enter main menu. Main o MENU  Picture Language  Sound Auto Store  Features Manual Store ✔ Install π Sort Press button repeatedly until ¸ Channel Edit Name Install is selected. œ Install o ˙ Enter install menu.  Language 000  Auto Store 001  Manual Store 002 Press button repeatedly until Sort π 003 ✔ ¸  Channel Edit 004 Sort is selected.  Name 005 œ Install o Enter sort mode. ˙  Language 000 

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EDITING OF CHANNELS This feature allows you to skip or edit channels which have bad or weak TV signal or channels that you do not watch often. Note : Once a channel is skipped, you cannot have access to it by the CH (Channel) + or – button. You can only have access to the channel by the Digit (0 -9) buttons. Step Press button Result on screen Enter main menu. MENU Main o  Picture Language  Sound Auto Store  Features Manual Store Press button repeatedly until ✔ Install π Sort ¸ Channel Edit In

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NAMING OF CHANNELS This feature enables you to name or rename channels. Step Press button Result on screen MENU Enter main menu. Main o  Picture Language Press button repeatedly until  Sound Auto Store  Features Manual Store ¸ Install is selected. ✔ Install π Sort Channel Edit Name œ Install o Enter install menu. ˙  Language 000  Auto Store 001  Manual Store 002 Press button repeatedly until  Sort 003 ¸ Name is selected.  Channel Edit 004 Name π 005 ✔ œ Enter name mode. Install o ˙  Lan


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