RCA J26L637 user manual

User manual for the device RCA J26L637

Device: RCA J26L637
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Number of pages: 38
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LCD Television
User’s Guide
Changing En ter tain ment. Again.

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Important Information This symbol indicates that this product incorporates double insulation between CAUTION hazardous mains voltage and user accessible parts. When servicing use only RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK identical replacement parts. DO NOT OPEN Caution: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove cover (or back). No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualifi ed service personnel. This symbol indicates "dangerous voltage" This symbol indicates important instructions

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read before operating equipment 1. Read these instructions. 15. If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the product, be sure the antenna or cable system is 2. Keep these instructions. grounded so as to provide some protection against 3. Heed all warnings. voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1984 4. Follow all instructions. (Section 54 of Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1) pro

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Table of Contents Important Information .....................................................2 Chapter 3: Using the Menu System IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .................................3 The Basic Menu System ...................................................16 Sound Menu ..............................................................16 Chapter 1: Connections & Setup Picture Menu .............................................................16 Things to Consider Before You Connect ........

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Chapter 1: Connections and Setup Things to Consider Before You Connect Protect Against Power Surges � Connect all devices before you plug any of their power cords into the wall outlet or power strip. NEVER plug your TV into an outlet that is controlled by a wall switch. � Turn off the TV and/or device(s) before you connect or disconnect any cables. � Make sure all antennas and cables are properly grounded. Refer to the Important Safety Instructions at the beginning of the User's Guide. Prot

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Connections and Setup ANTENNA/CABLE ANTENNA/CABLE Get the Picture DIGITAL INPUT ANALOG INPUT The fi rst part of connecting your TV is to get the picture, also known as the signal. The back panel of your TV allows you to receive analog channels by using the ANTENNA/CABLE ANALOG INPUT and digital channels by using the ANTENNA/CABLE DIGITAL INPUT. See the graphic to the left for these locations. Getting Digital Channels What You Need � Antenna ("rabbit ears") or outdoor antenna with coaxial

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Connections and Setup Rear Jack Panel REAR PANEL Hospital Pendant COMPONENT IN 1 AUDIO 1 IN ANTENNA VGA VGA VGA Pr/Cr Pb/Cb Y LR This specialized remote control is recognized for use in AUDIO patient beds. It is used to connect to a pillow speaker, nurse- call system, or other device to supply speaker-level audio or COMPONENT IN 2 AUDIO OUT VIDEO AUDIO 2 DIGITAL accept remote control commands. The connector is a (3-wire) OUT IN ANTENNA Pr/Cr Pb/Cb Y LR RL HDMI/DVI phono jack. Some are simple

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Connections and Setup Set the Time The current time options might not be available to the basic user, depending on how they've been set by the master user. (The Time Confi guration menu isn't available in the basic menu). To set the time, from the Main menu select Time then Time Confi g. If the current time has not been set, use the arrow and number buttons on the remote control to make changes. 1. From the Main menu, highlight Time and press OK. 2. Time Confi g. is highlighted. Press the

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Connections and Setup Using Master and Basic Menus Menus and choice lists use the “point and select” rule to navigate, but control panels use a variety of methods to adjust features on your TV. The following pages detail how to use these controls to customize the functions of your TV. Press MENU on the remote (master remote for master menu; basic remote for basic menu) or on the front panel (basic menu) to bring up the Main menu. To select a menu item: � Navigate with the arrows and then sele

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Connections and Setup Access and Power Options Menu The Access and Power Options menu allows the master user to specify which features and functions basic users will be able to access. Scroll to the feature you want to set. Use the right arrow button to change the setting. Go Back Takes you to the previous menu. Remote Confi g. (Confi guration) This feature allows the master user to determine which TVs the remote operates. Choose from TV1, TV2, TV3, TV1&2, TV1&3, TV2&3, All or Disabled. The d

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Connections and Setup Min Stdby Power When enabled, keeps power consumption levels compliant with Energy Star standards. The TV is shipped with this enabled. When enabled, the DSCI and Hospital Pendant (pillow speaker jack) are disabled when power is turned off. Legacy Mode When turned on, allows the TV to work with earlier DSCI versions. Off is the default setting. Info Menu Allows the master user to determine whether the Channel Banner is displayed when the INFO button is pressed on the r

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Connections and Setup Explanation of Jacks (in alphabetical order) This section describes the jacks on the back panel of your TV. There are several ways to connect devices. ANTENNA/CABLE ANALOG INPUT Lets you connect a coaxial cable to receive the signal from the antenna, cable, or cable box. ANTENNA/CABLE DIGITAL INPUT Lets you connect a coaxial cable to receive the signal from the antenna, digital cable, or digital cable box. AUDIO Use the Audio Out jacks when using the MONITOR OUTPUT Vi

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> Connections and Setup HOSPITAL PENDANT This specialized remote control is recognized for use in patient beds. It is used to connect to a pillow speaker, nurse-call system, or other device to supply speaker- level audio or accept remote control commands. The connector is a (3-wire) phono jack. Some are simple, having one-button operation of the TV; others have enhanced capability for greater control. Specifi c models and requirements depend on what other devices are in the hospital room, f

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Chapter 2: Using the Remote Control Types of Remote Controls All of the remote controls mentioned here, in addition to other remotes and accessories, are available from your RCA distributor. Descriptions of the remote buttons and how they work are on the next pages. Except as otherwise specifi ed, the master remote is the remote described throughout the manual for operating the TV and setting up the TV’s features. Master Remotes The master remote control (R130K2) accesses all of the TV’s me

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Using the Remote Control ClonePRO™ Remote Buttons The ClonePRO™ can be used as a master remote. First, press ON to turn the remote on. Some of the buttons only apply when using the ClonePRO™ to download or upload information to or from a TV. Those buttons are described in Chapter 5. Note: After 30 seconds of inactivity the remote will turn itself off. RESET This button has no functionality with this product. INFO Displays channel Arrow buttons (up, down, left, information. right) Use

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Chapter 3: Using the Menu System The Basic Menu System The basic menus are accessible through basic remote controls and the front panel. Which menu items are available will depend on the Chapter 3: Using the Menu System restrictions set by the master user and the active input. For instance, if Basic Menu Access has been set to Disabled in the Access and Power Options menu, the basic menus and many features will not be available. Also, except for some Parental Controls settings, many of the

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Using the Menu System Parental Control Menu The basic Parental Control menu will depend on the options set by the master user. If the master user chooses Allow Basic on menu items, then all options are available. To set movie and TV ratings, content themes, etc., go to Chapter 4. Go Back Takes you to the previous menu. USA V-Chip Displays settings for the US version of V-Chip. If you live within the United States, choose this option. Canada V-Chip Displays settings for the Canadian versi

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Using the Menu System Language & CC Menu Go Back Takes you to the previous menu. Language Displays your preferred language for the menus. Select English, Français (French) or Español (Spanish). CC Display Use the CC button on the remote to choose whether closed captioning information is shown on the screen. CC Mode When CC Display is turned on, displays the CC mode: CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4, T1, T2, T3 or T4. 18 Chapter 3

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Chapter 4: Using the TV's Features Channel Banner There are several indicators that might appear when you press the INFO button on the remote. This display is called the Channel Banner. The following list describes the items on the Channel Banner screen (left to right and top to bottom). SAP CC Commercial Skip: 030 English CC Commercial Skip: 030 Stereo Thur 09/29/05 Stereo Thur 09/29/05 10 CBS A 4/3 Format ZZz 00:25 06:05 PM 10-1 CBS D 16/9 Format ZZz 00:25 06:05 PM Analog Chan

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Using the TV’s Features Parental Controls and V-Chip The choices in the US V-Chip and Canada V-Chip menus involve software inside your TV (referred to as V-Chip) which allows you to lock TV programs and movies. TV programs can be locked by age-based ratings, such as TV-MA, which is explained on page 21. If available, TV programs can also be locked by content, such as adult language (L). This is explained on page 22. Movies can only be blocked by age-based ratings. This is explained on pa


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