Goldstar R-E21M user manual

User manual for the device Goldstar R-E21M

Device: Goldstar R-E21M
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Date of adding : 2013-08-14 16:57:42
Number of pages: 44
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GoldStar "--'----_--_
Before connecting, Operating or adjusting this
product, please read this instruction booklet care-
fully and completely.

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WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE,TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. 1 The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the product. CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user NO USER-SERVICEA

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Congratulations on buying the WLtLWSJ V=deo Cassette Recorder (VCR). For your convenience, please read these simple instructions before operating your VCR. NOTES: * This Video Cassette Recorder is compatible with any video cassette bearing the _ mark. • _ is designed to expand your opportunities for in-home TV viewing and not for any usage which might violate the copyright laws. • The Video Cassette Recorder (VCR) with this marking incorporates _high-quality IHI@ picture technology and is compat

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS . Read Instructions-All the safety and op0rating instructions should be read before the product is operated. 2= Retain Instructions-The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. 3_ Heed Warnings-All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. $3125A 4o Follow Instructions-All operating and use 10. Ventilation-Slots and openings in the cabinet instructions should be followed. are provided for ventil

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14. Protective Attachment Plug-The product is 19. Object and Liquid Entry-Never push objects equipped with an attachment plug having of any kind into this product through openings overload protection. This is a safety feature. as they may touch dangerous voltage points See Instruction Manual for replacement or or short-out parts that could result in a fire or resetting of protective device. If replacement electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on of the plug is required, be sure the serv

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INSTALLATION Placing your VCR on the top of or under the -IV receiver may result in nnterferenceappearing on the TV screen when the VCR is on. If this occurs, move the VCR to a position alongside the TV receiver. WIRING DIAGRAM To use your VCR connect it with your TV receiver and antenna system as illustrated below. Antennas CATV From Cable Company (From ANT.) "! °! (ToVCR) VCR i i [ ii rli, I, REWJ_ IbPLAY FF_ n I I PO% -AEJECT O O O O L TAPE-IN REC TIMER VCR aoldsl:ar (FrontVCR) (ToTV) [] • Se

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ANTENNANCR CONNECTIONS ANTENNAS WITH ONE LEAD (Combined VHF-UHF) VCR "= lilllllll :-_-_ !-! nnooooooo Ill " i _A ®'® _ III 75-ohm Comdal (round) Cable To "IN FROM ANT" 300-ohm Twin-lead Flat Cable ntenna Adaptor (300-ohm to 7S-ohm) (not aupplled) ,.,,,, i. 1. Disconnect the antenna leads from the rear of the If your antenna lead wire is a flat type antenna "IV receiver. cable, connect it to the Antenna Adaptor (300-ohm 2. Identify the type of cable from your antenna. If it is to 75-ohm) (not sup

Summary of the content on the page No. 8

VCR/TV CONNECTIONS @.@ ] __J III @_@ IDDDQDDDDD 111 =o ODODDDDO0 DOgDDD =/ To "OUT TO TV" 75-ohm Com(lal Cable with Antenna Adaptor (accessory number 1,) "= OR \ Antenna Splitter (75-ohm to VHF/UHF 300- ohm) (not supplied) "rJI TV Antenna Terminals i 3. Connect the wires marked "VHF" on the Splitter 1. Connect the 75-ohm Coaxial Cable with to the VHF terminals on the rear of your televi- Antenna adaptor (accessory number 1) to "OUT sion. TO TV" on the VCR. Connect the other end to the Antenna Sp

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CABLE ANTENNA (CATV) CONNECTIONS "Note to CATV system installer: This reminder is provided to call the CA'I-V system installer's attention to Section 820-40 of the NEC which provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical". Diagram No. 1 IC°=°'ntenn°i i To "IN FROM ANT" VCR ] i r H, ] r ConverterJ c,=, |'%. OUT / I f, TV I m i r To "OUT TOTV"

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Diagram No. 3 Cable Antenna I o A c o ter VCR TO "IN FROM ANT" ! ii i i I • ," \ Cable rr--, '" Converter '"I TV OUT I VHF ANT To "OUT TO TV" Use A position of A-B switch for watching and/or Use B position of A-B switch for watching and/or recording channels that do not require a cable con- recording channels that require a cable converter verter box. box. ON SCREEN DISPLAY Set TV to channel 3 or 4 to match OUTPUT CHANNEL SET on back of VCR. CHANNEL DISPLAY CH 02_69 CATV )1_ 125 ON SCREEN FUNCT

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ON SCREEN MENU FEATURES You only need to press the MENU button on the remote cotrol. Each number buttons are indicated next to the feature displayed on the OSD menu. When you select a feature turn to the section in this manual and read the tull description accompanying the instruction there. SET UP MENU DISPLAY AUTO CHANNEL SET DISPLAY Your VCR allows remote control adjustment of See the "CHANNEL PRESETTING". (Described on several additional feature options. You can use the page 11.) SET UP menu

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CHANNEL PRESETTING (By using the Remote Control) This VCR is equipped with a frequency synthesized tuner capable of receiving up to 181 channels (VHF chan- nels 2~13, UHF channels 14~69 and CATV channels 1~125), but channel presetting is required as described below after "ANTENNNVCR CONNECTIONS" and "VCR/TV CONNECTIONS" are made as described on pages 6 and 7. AUTO CHANNEL SETTING The automatic programming feature makes it easy and convenient to program the TV station into the tuner's memory. Aut

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3. Press "1" button to select "TV" or "CATV". If your TO ADD OR ERASE CHANNELS FROM VCR is connected to a home antenna system, CHANNEL MEMORY select "TV", select "CATV" when your VCR is connected to a cable antenna. Switching is This feature allows you to manually add or remove performed between "TV" and "CATV" on the TV channels from the channel scan. To do so, please screen every time "1" button is pressed. refer to the procedure below: TO ERASE A CHANNEL(S) PUSH SELECTION NUMBER 1. Turn the T

Summary of the content on the page No. 14

SET YOUR TELEVISION TO THE VCR CHANNEL NOTES: 1. Set your TV to Channel 3 unless Channel 3 is • If the range is short, try new batteries. one of the TV stations in your area. If Channel 3 cAn object between the VCR and remote control is used in your area, set your "IV to Channel 4. The RF Channel Select Switch is located on the may block the invisible light beam and operation Rear Control Panel. Slide the switch of CH3 or will not be possible. CH4 to match the channel selector on your IV. This i

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MAKING A SAMPLE RECORDING 1. Insert the Cassette so the transparent window is 5. Now, press "REC/ITR" button once, on the VCR or on the remote control. The " REC" indicator up and the arrow toward the Cassette Loading Door until the VCR mechanism starts to pull the will light on the VCR display panel and you cassette into the opening. are now recording the program you see on your NOTES: TV screen. 1. When the cassette is loaded, the power is turned on automatically. 2. Be sure to check that the

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IDENTIFICATION AND OPERATION OF CONTROLS Now that you have experienced the simple operation of your VCR, let's get familiar with the complete operation of your VCR and all its capabilities. [ REAR [ AUDIO IN "VHF/UHF OUTPUT" 75-ohm round Cable Connector connects to this When this "AUDIO IN" jack, receive audio signals output. Opposite end of cable connects to the from a Video Camera or another VCR, the "INPUT VSELECT" button must be in the "AN" position. television through the Antenna Splitter (

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I FRONT I CASSE'n'E LOADING DOOR "POWER" ON/OFF BU'R'ON When a cassette is inserted, loading will be Press to turn the power on. The indicator will completed automatically and Tape-In indicator illuminate. To turn the unit off, press the button will light. again. If a timer reservation has been made when the power is switched OFF, the VCR will NOTES: go into a timer recording standby status. (The 1. Power is turned on automatically when the °'TIMER " indicators will go ON.) cassette is loaded. 2

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

"REW" REWIND/ "FF" FAST FORWARD/ "VISUAL SEARCH" REVERSE SEARCH "VISUAL SEARCH" FORWARD SEARCH Press "REW" button during Stop or Fast forward Press "FF" button during Stop or Rewind mode, and mode and fast rewinding starts. fast forwarding starts. "REW" indication appears on the screen. "FF" indication appears on the screen. Press the button during playback of tape. The tape Press the button during playback of tape. The tape is played back in the rewind direction approximately is played back in

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REMOTE CONTROL The remote control is used for most of the operations and features of the VCR. Before proceeding, install batteries into the remote and get familiar with the buttons on the remote. Aim the remote control at the receiver on the front panel of the VCR. NOTES: SIGNAL TRANSMISSION WINDOW 1. If the range is short, try new batteries. 2. An object between the VCR and remote control Transmits an invisible light beam from the Remote Control to the VCR. may block the invisible light beam an

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OSD (On Screen Display) FUNCTION BU'FrONS MENU BU'rFON Used to enter the On-Screen Programming mode. CLEAR BU1 rON Used to go backward and correct the programmed information. DISPLAY Bu'n'ON Press to display the VCR operation mode, tape POWER counter, channel number, date and clock. Press this O0 button once again to remove the on-screen display. TU/AV TVNCR CHANNEL/ Press this button twice to remove the clock display TRACKING (the display switches by pressing the "CLOCK/ COUNT" button when tape

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