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user that parts inside the product are
a risk of electric shock to persons
WARNING
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is intended to tetl the user that
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REMOVE
COVER
REFER
SERVICING
REDUCE
THE
RISK
OF
ELECTRIC
OR
BACK.
NO
USER-SERVICEABLE
TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
SHOCK
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PARTS
NOT
important
operating
and servicing
instructions are in the papers with the
appliance.
INSIDE.
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within requirements.
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TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPARATUS TO RAIN OR MOISTURE AND OBJECTS FILLED WITH LIQUIDS, SUCH
AS VASES, SHOULD NOT BE PLACED ON THIS APPARATUS.
IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1.
2.
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
3.
4.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
5.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
6.
Clean only with dry cloth.
7.
8.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
9.
amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with
one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade
or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold
with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lighting storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen
into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has
been dropped.
Read these
Contents
instructions
are subject
completely
to change
before
without
operating
notice
television.
or obligation.
Copyright 2004 by Matsushita Electric Corporation of America
Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law.
All rights reserved.
IMPORTANTINFORMATION
Important
Information
FCC CAUTION:
ANY CHANGES
OR MODIFICATIONS
TO THIS TV RECEIVER NOT EXPRESSLY
APPROVED BY MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC CORPORATION OF AMERICA COULD CAUSE
HARMFUL INTERFERENCE,
WHICH WOULD VOID THE USER'S AUTHORITY
TO
OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT.
ENVIRONMENTAL
NOTICE:
THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES CATHODE RAY TUBES (CRT) AND OTHER
COMPONENTS THAT CONTAIN LEAD. DISPOSAL OF THESE MATERIALS
MAY BE REGULATED IN YOUR COMMUNITY DUE TO ENVIRONMENTAL
CONSIDERATIONS.
FOR DISPOSAL
OR RECYCLING
INFORMATION
PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITIES, OR THE ELECTRONICS
INDUSTRIES ALLIANCE: <HTTP://WWW.EIAE.ORG.>
The Energy Star label, a symbol for energy efficiency, was created by the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy
(DOE) to help customers identify products that can save them money and protect
the environment by saving energy. Energy Star compliant products generally
consume less energy than similar standard products.
Manufactured under license from BBE Sound, Inc.
High
Definition
Sound
Important Information
Image Displays
Licensed by BBE Sound, Inc. under USP4638258, 5510752 and 5736897.
BBE and BBE symbol are registered trademarks of BBE Sound, Inc.
BBE High Definition Sound restores clarity and presence for better speech
intelligibility and music realism.
Regarding
The Use Of Video Games, Computers,
Or Other Fixed
WARNING: The marking or retained image on the picture tube resulting from viewing fixed image is
not an operating defect and as such is not covered by Warranty.
This television is designed to display constantly moving images on the screen. Continuous viewing of
stationary images such as letterbox pictures on standard screen TVs (with top/bottom bars), nonexpanded standard (4:3) pictures on wide screen TVs (with side bars shown on each side of an image),
stock market report bars (ticker running at the bottom of the screen), video game patterns, fixed
scoreboards, bright station Iogos, on-line (tnternet) or repetitive computer style patterns should be limited.
The extended use of fixed image program material can cause permanent picture tube damage, shown as
a "shadow image" viewable on normal programs. This type of irreversible picture tube deterioration can be
limited by performing the following steps:
Do not display the fixed image for extended
Turn the power off when not in use.
periods
of time.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents
Congratulations
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3
Remote
Control
Operation
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8
Customer Record ........................................................
3
Operating Components with Remote Control .............
Care and Cleaning ......................................................
3
Programming the Remote ...........................................
10
Specifications ..............................................................
Feature Chart ..............................................................
3
3
Programming Without a Code ....................................
10
Component Codes ......................................................
10
Installation
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4
Icon Menu Navigation
Television Location .....................................................
4
Icon Menu Operation
Optional Cable Connections .......................................
4
AC Power Supply Cord ...............................................
Cable / Antenna Connection .......................................
4
4
Remote Control Battery Installation ............................
Inital Setup
Optional
Set Up Menu .................................
Equipment
Connections
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12
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13
Set Up .........................................................................
Picture .........................................................................
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Timer ...........................................................................
Channels .....................................................................
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15
5
Audio ...........................................................................
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6
Lock ............................................................................
16
VCR Connection .........................................................
6
V-Chip
Front Control Panel .....................................................
Cable Box Connection ................................................
6
6
Troubleshooting
Digital TV - Set-Top Box (DTV-STB) or DVD Player
Connection ................................................................
6
Amplifier (TO AUDIO AMP) .........................................
7
Program Out Connection ............................................
7
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Menu Operation
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17
Chart ..................................
20
Index ...............................................................
21
Congratulations
Your new TV Monitor/Receiver
features a solid state
chassis that is designed to give you many years of
enjoyment. It was thoroughly tested and tuned at the
factory for best performance.
Customer
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of the
number
in
record
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The model and serial number of this product are located on
the
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MODELS
the
of your
of theft
is available
at:
TV.
You
should
note
the
model
and
serial
provided and retain as a permanent
purchase. This will aid in identification
in the
or loss. Product
registration for U.S. customers
www.prodreg.com/panasonic.
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FEATURES
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TILT CORRECTION
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CHANNEL INFO
BANNER
Serial
Number
Care and Cleaning
Screen (Turn TV Off)
VIDEO INPUT SKIP
Use a mild soap solution
cloth.
or window
DO NOT USE ABRASIVE
Avoid
Warning:
excessive
Do not spray
moisture
cleaner
and a clean
CLEANERS.
and wipe dry.
any type of cleaning
fluid directly
on the
screen.
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VIDEO INPUT
LABELING
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MODULATION
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Cabinet and Remote Control
For
cabinets
dampened
and
with water
remote
control,
use
or a mild detergent
a
soft
cloth
V-CHIP CAPABILITY
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Avoid
excessive
moisture
Do not use benzene,
and wipe dry.
thinner
or other
petroleum
Power Source
CT-20SL14
CT-20SL14T
CT-24S L14
CT-24SL14U
CT-27SL14
CT-27SL14U
CT-27SC14
CT-27SC14U
CT-27SC14M
CT-27SC14MU
CT-32SL14
CT-32SL14U
CT-32SC14
CT-32SCt4U
CT-36SL14
CT-36SL14U
without
notice or
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(2.4A)
(2.4A)
(2.4A)
(2.7A)
(2.7A)
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Output Jacks
Input (Y / PB / PR)
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AUDIO OUT
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Type
Audio
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Video Input Jacks
Audio
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BASS/BALANCE/
TREBLE
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S-Video
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Installation
Television
Location
Cable / Antenna
Follow these recommendations
location of your television.
Avoid
excessive
reflections.
Keep away
ventilation
away
or
excessive
may cause
transmitting
Keep
sunlight
from
Fluorescent
before
bright
lights,
heat or moisture.
internal
lighting
deciding
component
may
the
including
Inadequate
reduce
remote
control
Connect
the
magnetic
fans and external
equipment,
including
motors,
cable
company.
Use
Note:
A
damage.
converter
is used,
or sold with the apparatus.
use caution
combination
to avoid
avoid
injury
piece
of furniture
on
never
can cause
serious
CT-27SL14U:
CAUTION:
These
tip-over.
Antenna
a cart
In order
tilted
with
on
on a
leaning
receivers
Note:
stand.
of resulting
Use
for
with
in instability
use
other
causing
only
Cable
change
with
carts
Chan
(or
possible
injury.
may
be
75 Ohm VHF/UHF
on back of TV
reception.
local
cable
requirements.
reception
channels,
an
is required.
Mode
Remote
is
to
(page
Control
TV
Incoming Cable from
Home Antenna
antenna
preset
Antenna
of VHF/
external
For best
reception an outdoor
is recommended.
factory.
television
box
your
antenna
it. A falling
injury or even death.
only.
for compatibility
UHF
by a child
it, or climbing
fingers
Cable Company
for tightening
proper
For proper
receiver
local
Connections
to
your television
of being
on
TY-27SL33T
is capable
When
the cart/apparatus
place
it, standing
CT-27SL14,
stands)
from
that is capable
on
PANASONIC
moving
injury
to children,
it, pulling
television
when
for
company
by your
with
pliers)
cable
required
speakers.
Use this television
receiver only with the
tripod, bracket, or table specified
by the
manufacturer,
(e.g.
in tuner
Check
WARNING:
cart, stand,
supplied
Tighten
of any tool
may result
range.
from
For proper reception, either a cable or antenna connection
is required.
Cable Connection
Incoming Cable from
cable
failure.
Connection
at
users
Mode
in the
the
must
Set
Up menu
under
Prog
13).
Battery
Installation
Requires two AA batteries (supplied).
Battely
CT-32SL14,
CT-32SL14U:
CAUTION:
These
PANASONIC
stands)
television
TY-32HL43T
is capable
receivers
stand.
of resulting
Use
for
with
in instability
use
other
causing
only
Polarity
with
carts
(or
possible
injury.
®
CT-36SL14,
CT-36SL14U:
CAUTION:
These
PANASONIC
stands)
television
TY-36HL43T
is capable
receivers
stand.
of resulting
Use
for
with
in instability
use
other
causing
only
with
carts
(or
possible
injury.
Optional
Cable
Connections
Shielded audio and video cables should be used between
components. For best results:
Use 75-ohm
coaxial
shielded
cables.
Use appropriate
input and output
your component
connectors.
Avoid
AC Power
long cables
Supply
to minimize
connectors,
that match
1.
Turn the remote control face down. Remove battery
cover by pressing down on the marking on the cover
and sliding it off in the direction indicated.
2.
Install
3.
Replace the battery
lock snaps.
interference.
Cord
CAUTION:
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK,
MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT
OF AC OUTLET AND FULLY INSERT. DO NOT
USE A PLUG WITH A RECEPTACLE OR OTHER
Polarized plug
OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADE
PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.
INSERTED
CAN
BE
FULLY
TO
PROTECT POWER CORDS FROM BEING WALKED ON, ROLLED
OVER, CRIMPED, BENT, OR PINCHED, PARTICULARLY AT PLUGS,
CONVENIENCE RECEPTACLES, AND THE POINT WHERE THEY EXIT
FROM THE APPARATUS.
4o
Procedure
batteries
matching
(+) and (-) polarity
cover by sliding
signs.
in reverse
until the
Note:
Incorrect installation can cause battery leakage
corrosion that will damage the Remote Control.
Precautions
Replace batteries in pair.
Do not mix battery types (zinc carbon with alkaline).
Do not recharge, heat, short-circuit, disassemble,
burn batteries.
and
or
INITIAL
SET
UP MENU
Initial Set Up Menu
Note:
Menus
the
may
vary, depending
FEATURE
CHART
on model.
on
page
3
Please
for
your
refer
to
model
GEOMAGNETIC
CORRECTION
(models CT-32SC14, CT-32SL14 and CT-36SL14 only)
capabilities.
For your convenience, Auto Set up menu will be displayed
on screen when the set is turned on for the first time. If
needed, follow the menus and procedures for setting up the
features.
IDIOMA/LANGUE
To change
FRENCH.
menu language
to ENGLISH,
SPANISH
This feature is used to adjust discoloration
due to the earth's magnetic field in the area.
of the picture
Procedure
Press VOL • to display adjustment menu.
Press • VOL or VOL • to adjust discoloration
picture.
in
or
Procedure
Press VOL • to select English, Spanish or French.
TILT CORRECTION
(models CT-27SC14,
CT-36SL14 only.)
CT-32SC14,
CT-32SL14
This feature is used to adjust the tilt of the picture
earth's magnetic field in the area.
MODE
To select TV (antenna) or CABLE mode depending on the
signal source.
Procedure
Press VOL
CT-27SL14,
•
due to
Procedure
Press VOL • to display adjustment menu.
Press • VOL or VOL • to adjust picture tilt.
to select TV or CABLE.
TILT CORRECTION
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TO ADJUST
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PRESS ACTION TO EXIT
AUTO PROGRAM
To automatically program all available channels received
through the RF input.
Procedure
Press VOL
•
to start Auto
and
Programming.
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OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS
Optional Equipment
Connections
Note:
be programmed
The remote
codes
control
to operate
must
the optional
Procedure
with supplied
equipment.
Connect
VCR Connection
Press
VCRs, video disc players, video game equipment, and
DSS equipment can also be connected to the video inputs.
See the optional equipment manual for more information.
Note:
VIDEO 1 input is a dual-purpose
input. It is primarily
intended for connection
with 480i devices such as a DVD
player
using
Audio
the
Y PB PR component
L & R jacks.
conventional
using
However,
composite
label
depending
on which
TERMINALS
ON
BACK
OF
jack
will
jacks
sources
such
and Audio
display
source
to
as a VCR,
L & R jacks.
Component
or
The
Video
Operate
manual.
Note:
Please
to front Audio/Video
button
optional
to select
equipment
Front A/V jacks
diagram
input jacks.
desired
input mode.
as instructed
in equipment
may vary, depending
refer to the FEATURE
model's
and
it can also be connected
video
only the Y/Video
on-screen
video
equipment
TV/VIDEO
CHART
on model.
on page
3 for your
capabilities.
Cable Box Connection
Follow this diagram when connecting your television to a
Cable Box.
CABLE
BOX
TERMINALS
1
INPUT
is connected.
ON
SACK
OF
TELEVISION
1
R-AUDIO-L
COMPONENT
VIDEO
INPUT
TELEVISION
_
[--
PR --
PB --YA/IDEO
©©©
R-AUDIO-L
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INPUT
COMPONENT
1
TO AUDIO
AMP
VIDEO
INPUT
O
S-VIDEO
0
O
1coming
Cable
CABLES
NOT
R-ABO,_
©
@
VIDEO
INCLUDED
Procedure
Use
either
Video
the
S-Video
or
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Incoming
Tune
Connection
CABL[S
N_,
the television
RF out setting
_SIIIII_
Using
Jaekus
ed
to channel
of the cable
the cable
3 or 4 depending
on the
box.
box, tune to the premium
cable
channel
FRONTA/VJACKS
you want to view.
headphone
Note:
Rear A/V jacks diagram may
Please refer to the FEATURE
model's
pluo
vary, depending
on model.
CHART on page 3 for your
capabilities.
Procedure
Connect
equipment
Video
input jacks.
Select
the Video
Operate
manual.
Note:
Front
as shown
to front
or rear
Audio/
Digital
Player
TV - Set-Top
Connection
optional
by pressing
equipment
TVNIDEO
as instructed
DTV-STB
Note:
vary, depending
on model.
CHART
3 for your
Rear A/V jacks
button.
diagram
may
refer to the FEATURE
model's
capabilities.
COMPONENTVIDEO
INPUT
TERMINALS
ON BACK OF TV
TERMINALS
ON BACK OF
DTV=STB OR DMD PLAYER
INPUT
_ft
/
_
1
R-AUDIO-L
DIGITAL
Panel
L
TO AUDIO
AMP
TV
CABLES
OUTPUTNOT SUPPLIED
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The front control panel can be used to access menus and
switch video mode when the remote control is not
available.
Front panel for
on page
in equipment
Do not connect S-VIDEO and VIDEO signal to INPUT 2 at the
same time. If both are connected, signal interference wil! result.
Use either the S-VIDEO or the Video signal only (models CT20SL14, CT-24SL14, CT-27SC14 and CT-27SL14 only).
Control
or DVD
Use this diagram to connect the Panasonic
(Digital TV-Set-Top Box) to the back of your -iV.
Please
mode
Box (DTV-STB)
COMPONENT
VIDEO INPUT
DEO
OeL
s-v Eo
CT-32SL14/CT-36SL14
Notes:
There
are
three
Separate
luminance
and
and R (right)
Select
video
component
color
audio
DTV-STB
jacks,
color
separation.
Y,
PB,
and
inputs
Use
PR.
provide
the
L (left)
inputs.
to 480i
output
mode.
TV set can
receive 480i signal only. Picture distortion
will result
if any other type of format is selected
(i.e. 480p,
Front panel for CT-27SC14/CT-32SC14 (may vary depending on model)
Note:
60
The ON/OFF
the set is on.
indicator
LED
(red)
will light
up
(red)
when
720p
or 1080i).
OPTIONAL
Amplifier
Connection
(TO AUDIO AMP)
Program
Connect to an external audio amplifier input for listening to
a stereo system.
Note:
TO AUDIO
AMP
to external
speakers.
TERMINALS
ON BACK
terminals
cannot
be connected
directly
(models
EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS
Out Connection
CT-32SC14,
(PROG
CT-32SL14
OUT)
and CT-36SL14
only.)
To use the television
audio and video with optional equipment.
Connect the PROG OUT and TO AUDIO AMP connections
on the
back of the television.
Notes:
OF TV
When
a component
VIDEO
Component,
External Amplifier
input
video
I(Y, PB, PR) terminals,
the Program
signal
(no color).
When
S-VIDEO
the Program
output
input signal
output
video
signal
is connected
to
and the TV main picture
video
is
will be luminance
is used for TV main picture,
signal will be luminance
signal
(no color).
CABLES
NOT
SUPPLIED
TERMINALS
Note:
Rear A/V jacks
Please
vary, depending
on model.
CHART
3 for your
on page
ON BACK
OF TV
capabilities.
Adjustments
Select
TV SPEAKERS
Set amplifier
Adjust
volume
television
ON from AUDIO
menu.
to minimum.
volume
to desired
level.
CABLES
Adjust amplifier volume to match the television.
Select SPEAKERS
OFF & VARIABLE
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO menu.
from
Volume,
now
mute,
controlled
Note:
may
refer to the FEATURE
model's
Audio
diagram
bass,
through
Select
SPEAKERS
audio
functions
treble
and
balance
are
through
& FIXED
NOT SUPPLIED
Rear A/V jacks
Please
the television.
OFF
Note:
model's
diagram
may
refer to the FEATURE
vary, depending
on model.
CHART
3 for your
on page
capabilities.
Procedure
AUDIQ
the external
OUT to control
amplifier.
Connect
optional
AUDIO AMP R/L.
PROG
OUT
equipment
terminal
display
to
PROG
OUT
is the same
and
TO
as on-screen
display.
See
optional
for recording
equipment
manual
for further
instructions
and monitoring.
7O
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
Remote
Control
Operation
POWER
SAP
Q
Press to access second audio program.
Press to turn ON and OFF.
_VOL
Press
to select
remote
VOL
_]_
Press to adjust TV sound and navigate in
menus.
operation.
i!i!¸
A
ACTION
CH
CH
Press to access menus.
Press to select next or previous
navigate
in menus.
/Press
to mute sou_ess
Lcancel cc
to
display and
channel
and
RECALL
O
(Closed Caption).
TV/VIDEO
Press to display time, channel, sleep timer,
and other options.
(:2)
Press to select TV or Video mode.
GUIDE
O
MENU
DBS functions
button.
O
EXIT
Press to access DBS menus.
O
DBS functions
®@®
®®®
®®®
®
button.
11
Press
EU R7613Z6A
to enter the minor number
in a
/|
compound channel number (DBS mode only). ]]
Press numeric keypad to select any channek
REW
PLAY
FF
R-TUNE
PAUSE
STOP
REC
O
Press to switch to previously viewed
channel or video mode.
TV/VCR
Component
8O
VCR/DBS
function
buttons
CH
REMOTE
Operating
Note:
Components
Refer
to
page
10
with Remote
for
programming
OPERATION
Control
Remote
procedure.
Operating
CONTROL
Control
Operating a DBS
Program the remote control to use with DBS.
a VCR
s
Program the remote control to use with the VCR.
Turn on/off
O
I
Turn on/off
I
MENU
Disp!aY DBS menu.
O
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A
TVNIDEO
CH
Se!ec!Tv!nputmode!orvcR,
Menu Navigation
VCRtDBS
Change Channels up/down
VOL
CH
CH
_
I
REC
SeJect
PLAY
a ChanneJ
Play
STOP
RECALL
Program Infomation
FF
Fast Forward
O
R-TUNE
(]_
I
Back to previous channel
REW
.
C')
v
VCR DBS CH
Rewind the Tape.
Select next page up/down
PAUSE
Pause
_
(_
EXIT
TV/VCR
ChangetoTVorVCR
Mode
I
GUIDE
Display program Guide
O
RECALL
On screen VCR Display
Operating
O
a CABLE BOX
Program the remote control to use with Cable Box.
Turn on/off
PROG
Minor channel numbers
O
Operating a DVD
Program the remote control to use with DVD
Turn on/off
select a Channel
Q
Next/Previous
I
O
Chapter
OH
€N
I
RECALL
DVD Display
O
REW
Change Channels Up/Down
CH
SkiP Search Reverse
FF
CH
Skip Search Fast Forward
i
([_}
PLAY
R-TUNE
Back to previou s channel
.
O
TVNCR
Open/Close
O
STOP
PAUSE
VCR/DBS
CH
9o
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
Programming
The Remote
Control
The Universal Remote Control can be programmed to
operate many manufacturers'
components, using the
component function buttons for VCR, DVD, CABLE or
DBS. Follow the procedures for programming your Remote
Control with or without a code for the component.
VCR
Only)
DBS/OBL
Panasonic
DVD (Preset)
Note:
Determine
of the component
(found
on page
Remote
key will blink three
Control
Continue
this process
If the procedure
on.
time you press
key
blinks
•
to test
until the proper
was successful,
the VOL
times),
button
then
the
code
the component
button,
twice
make
before
sure
pressing
that
the
ACTION
DBS Code
Once
Panasonic Code
the manufacturer
in the table for the code
(the mode
•
the component
POWER button.
8.
DVD
the
Each
Panasonic Code
DBS STB & CBL STB (Preset)
press
is found.
will turn
Panasonic Code
VCR (Preset)
VOL
component.
Note:
TV (Panasonic
TV
Press
the
device
code. The mode
and look
Note:
It
11).
may
is found.
take
responds,
(component)
many
attempts
If you miss
a code,
press
button
before
press
to store
the
will blink twice.
the
correct
41 VOL,
code
then press
Procedure
the
1.
Confirm
that the
external
component
is plugged
operating.
2.
Turn the component
ACTION
3.
Press
seconds.
After
together,
5
seconds,
(component)
buttons
ACTION
and POWER
4.
5.
Component
off.
and
will illuminate
Enter
the
3-digit
Press
the
steadily
component
twice
Note:
If
button
DBS.
mode
Release
the
component
(some
repeat
brands
is entered,
the
III ii
Remote
VCR
seconds,
does
steps
was
have
not
test
the
successful,
multiple
the
key will blink
codes).
code
If an incorrect
code
longer
than
This procedure searches
"sequence method."
all codes
external
and is called
component
is plugged
30
the
in and
on.
2.
Turn the component
off.
ACTION
3.
Press
and
seconds.
4.
After
5
seconds,
(component)
buttons
ACTION
and POWER
will begin
buttons.
Press
component
the appropriate
Control.
The
and all others
5.
together,
Press
component
button
the
for
button
10e
Point
5
mode
Release
the
on the Remote
illuminate
steadily
will go out.
the
button
to set the remote
control
the step and set mode.
6.
least
illuminated
to flash.
will
at
the remote
control
towards
the component.
IIII
DBS
IIII
Remote
will fail.
A Code
that the
the
another
takes
Without
Confirm
with
6 using
procedure
the programming
Programming
operate
3 through
or ff the
The Universal Remote Control is capable of operating
many component brands after entering a code. Some
components may not operate because the codes are not
available due to limited memory. The Universal Remote
Control does not control all features found in each model.
The component
will turn on and the component
Control,
Codes
will go out.
using
to
procedure
to test the component.
on the Remote
The component
and all others
code
5
and then go out.
If the
1.
least
illuminated
Control
the
at
to flash.
(O ~ 9 buttons).
Remote
component.
or
component
Control numeric keypad
button will blink twice.
6.
the
will begin
buttons.
Press appropriate
component
Control
VCR, DVD, CABLE
button
for
button
in and
into
ii
CABLE
DVD
IIII
IIII
i
:
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
Component
Codes
(cont.)
Admiral
335
Aiwa
332
Akai
314, 315, 316, 329
Audio
Dynamic
31 I, 339
Bell & Howell
305, 313
Broksonic
320,326
Canon
323, 325
CCE
306
Craig
305,306, 329
Curtis Mathes
324, 345
Daewoo
301,324,343
DBX
310, 311,339
Dimensia
345
303, 319, 320, 325,
326, 343
Fisher
305,307, 308, 309,
313
Funai
320, 326, 334
GE
324,333, 345
Goidstar
306
Gradiente
334
Hitachi
300, 323, 345
Instant Replay
323,324
Jensen
339
JVC
310, 31I, 334,339
Kenwood
306, 310, 311,339
LXl
300,305, 310, 31I,
324, 339, 345
300,305, 306,307,
308,309
Magnavox
323, 324, 331
Marantz
310, 31I, 339
Marta
306
Memorex
309,324
MGA
338, 340, 341,347,
348
300,345
Mitsubishi
338, 340, 341,347;
348
Multitech
310, 311,334, 339
Olympic
323,324
Optimus
306, 321,328, 335
Orion
320,326
Panasonic
321,322, 323, 324
225,232
Cableview
205, 232
Dish Network
(Echostar)
I05, 115, 116
Echo Star
105
Express VU
105, 115
G.E.
106
Philco
320, 323, 324, 326,
33I, 343
Citizen
Philips
323, 324, 331
Curtis
212, 213
Pioneer
323
Diamond
224,225,232
G.I. (General
Instrument)
108
Eagle
229
Proscan
300, 301,302,
324, 331,333,
346
Gradiente
114
Eastern
234
Hitachi
I03, 11I, I12
GC Brand
205,232
Gemini
222
HNS (Hughes)
103
Magnavox
IOI, 102
Panasonic
104
Philips
IOI, 102
Primestar
108
Proscan
I06, 109, I10,
I13
RCA
106, 109,110,
113
323,
345,
Quasar
32I,
Radio Shack
305, 309, 324, 333,
336, 340
322, 323, 324
300, 301,302,323,
324, 331,333, 345,
346
RCA
Realistic
305,
340 309, 324, 336,
Samsung
302, 304,333
Sansui
320, 326, 339, 352
Sanyo
305, 309, 313
Scott
301,302,
304, 309,
320, 326, 338, 340,
347, 348
233
Sony
I07
Memorex
230
Star Choice
103, 108
205, 232
Toshiba
100
Oak
202,237,239
Uniden
101,102
Panasonic
209, 210, 214
Philips
206,207,
228,229,230
Pioneer
201,216
Denon
I00
Pulsar
205,232
Ferguson
101
232
JVC
I09
328, 329, 330
Puser
215
Mitsubishi
105
33I,
RCA
Realistic
232
Nordmende
I0I
Panasonic
100
Philips
I03
Pioneer
102
RCA
I0I
saba
101
Signature
2000
337
Tashiro
324,331
306
Tatung
212,218,
240,241,
242,245
Hamlin
Magnavox
317
Sylvania
Instrument/
Jerrotd
203,204,205
335, 336
Sony
211,219,220,
221,222,
223, 224,
225, 226, 227
203, 224
Sharp
Singer
General
Macom
300, 305, 306, 307,
308
Shintom
205,222
Hitachi
Sears
Movietime
212,218,
240,241,
242,245
310, 311,339
Regal
Teac
310, 311,339
Technics
32I,
Vector
Research
Wards
Yamaha
Zenith
322, 323, 324
324
Toshiba
304,347
NEC
224
Archer
300, 311,345
Teknika
Minolta
ABC
Pentax
343
Citizen
Emerson
J.C. Penney
30I,
346
Regency
234
Rembrandt
205,232,237
Samsung
205
Samsung
I10
Slmark
201,205
Sharp
108
306, 309, 335, 336,
344
Sprucer
205, 210
Sony
104
305, 310, 311,339
Stargate
205, 232
Technics
100
Thomson
I0I
244
Toshiba
103
Tocom
235
Yamaha
100
Toshiba
204
Zenith
107
Unika
225,232
Universal
222, 232
Videoway
206
Viewstar
229, 230
Zenith
200,217
Zenith / Drake
Satellite
200
Scientific
•
306,344
Atlanta
Teleview
Texscan
21I,
20I,
212, 213
205
11e
ICONMENU
NAWGAT/ON
Icon Menu Navigation
Press
to display
the icons.
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Press
to select
desired
Press
to display selected
icon features.
Press
to select feature,
press VOL 1_.
Press
to adjust
icon.
4,+
4,+
4,+
4,÷
4,+
4,+
then
or activate
"-
feature.
BRIGHTNESS
Press
repeatedly
to exit menus.
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NORMAL PICTURE
12e
ICON MENU OPERATION
Icon Menu Operation
Notes:
[]
Some
Refer
menus
to
may vary depending
page
12
for
icon
on model.
Menu
Navigation
procedures.
SET UP
IDIOMA/LANGUE
[]
MODE - Select IDIOMA/LANGUE to change menu
language
to ENGLISH,
ESPANOL (Spanish) or
FRANOAtS (French).
Note:
While
highlighted,
Spanish
PROG
Note:
[]
[]
[]
CHAN
press
VOL
•
to
select
English,
Note:
OTHER
C1 mode is recommended
ADJUSTMENTS
Note:
While highlighted,
features.
or French.
(Program
While highlighted,
features.
press VOL •
for viewing Closed Caption.
press VOL •
to select or activate
[]
AUTO POWER ON - Select SET to power up the TV at
the same time as the Cable box or other components.
When
this feature
is On, Timer functions
will be
disabled.
[]
CHAN
BANNER
- Select
ON to display
onscreen
banner with channel information
and program
rating
when changing channels or pressing RECALL button.
[]
GEOMAGNETIC
CORR - This feature is used to adjust
discoloration
of the picture due to earth's magnetic field
in the area.
Channels)
to select or activate
MODE
- To select TV (antenna)
or CABLE
mode
depending on the signal source.
AUTO
PROGRAM
- To automatically
program
all
available channels received through the RF input.
MANUAL
PROGRAM
- To manually
add or delete
channels.
Note:
_
MODE - Activates
the onscreen
Closed Caption
feature by selecting one of the following modes.
OFF - When Closed Caption is not desired.
Cl - For video related information to be displayed, up to
4 lines onscreen at a time. (It does not block relevant
parts of the picture). Text may be in any language.
C2 - For other modes of video related information.
Use Remote numeric keypad to enter channel numbers
in Manual Program sub menu.
Note:
This feature is only used in models CT-32SC14,
CT-32SL14 and CT-36SL14).
Note:
Menus
(CLOSED CAPTIONING)
This television
contains
a built-in decoder that displays
[_
(Closed Captioned) text across the screen (white or
colored letters on black background). It allows the viewer to
read the dialogue of a television program or other
information. The program viewed must include Closed
Captioning for the feature to work.
the
[]
While highlighted,
press VOL
•
to select
CHART
on
on model.
page
3
Please
for
your
refer
Press
VOL •
•
VOL
to display
or VOL
adjustment
•
to
menu.
adjust
discoloration
in
picture.
[]
TILT CORRECTION - This feature is used to adjust tilt
of the picture due to earth's magnetic field in the area.
TILT CORRECTION
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ON MUTE: C1
E_]
to
model
Procedure
modes.
_
ON MUTE - Activates the onscreen Closed
Caption feature when the MUTE button on the remote
control is pressed. To deactivate press MUTE button
again. The recommended set up for Closed Caption
On Mute is:
vary, depending
capabilities.
Press
Note:
may
FEATURE
MODE: OFF
<1
TO ADJUST
)*
PRESS ACTION TO EXIT
Procedure
Press VOL • to display adjustment menu.
Press • VOL or VOL • to adjust picture tilt.
13e
ICON MENU OPERATION
PICTURE
Note:
TIMER
While the sub-menu
•
to adjust
features
are highlighted,
press
VOL
or activate.
[]
VIDEO ADJ.
[]
SLEEP
How Long? - Select 30, 60 or 90 minutes for TV to turn
off. Select NO to turn off Sleep timer.
PIC MODE - Lets you choose one of three pre-set
Picture Modes that best suit the program you are
viewing.
Note:
Each
mode
has
Brightness,
VIVID
- This
picture
lighted
own
picture
Sharpness
is the default
contrast
and
settings
and Color
mode.
sharpness
(Color,
It provides
for
Tint,
Temp).
enhanced
viewing
in a well-
TIMER
room.
STANDARD
conditions
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
its
Picture,
-
Recommended
with subdued
CINEMA
- Select
darkened
room.
this
for
normal
viewing
room lighting.
mode
It provides
for watching
a soft, film-like
movies
in a
picture.
COLOR - Adjusts desired color intensity.
TINT - Adjusts natural flesh tones.
BRIGHTNESS - Adjusts dark areas of picture.
PICTURE - Adjusts white areas of picture.
SHARPNESS - Adjusts clarity of outline detail.
NORMAL - Reset adjustments to factory
settings.
Select timer to turn the television on and off at selected
times, on selected channels, and on selected days. Time
must be entered in CLOCK SET to operate the TIMER
features.
Procedure
Use the VOL • and CH • to set day, On Time, Off
Time and Channel number, then use the VOL • to
activate.
default
Notes:
OTHER
Highlight
Note:
The television automatically turns OFF after 90 minutes
when turned ON by the TIMER. If the OFF time is
selected or if a key is pressed, the automatic OFF after
90 minutes will be cancelled.
The TIMER is active when the television is OFF or ON.
The television will switch to the selected channel at the
selected time set in the TIMER.
ADJ.
OTHER
ADJ. and then press VOL •.
While highlighted,
feature.
press
VOL •
to select or activate
CLOCK
[]
[]
SET
TIME - Set the time of the day.
Day- Set the day of the week.
Procedure
Note:
COLOR
WARM
TEMP
(red)
(temperature)
and
COOL
- To increase
(blue)
colors
or decrease
to suit
personal
preferences.
VM
(VELOCITY
sharpness
Note:
14e
MODULATION)
and provides
VM is not available
crisp white
in model
Increase
picture
to black transitions.
CT-20SL14.
Use 41 VOL, VOL 1_ and CH •
to set time and day.
ICON MENU OPERATION
CHANNELS
CAPTION
[]
MANUAL CAPTION - To enter numbers and captions
manually.
Note:
Use
the
channel
remote
(refer
numeric
to your
local
keypad
to
select
desired
TV guide).
OTHER ADJ.
[]
[]
INPUT LABEL - To label video input connections for
onscreen display.
[]
AI SOUND - Equalize overall volume levels across all
channels. (AI sound is not available in VIDEO mode for
models CT-32SC14,
CT-32SL14, and CT-36SL14
only).
BBE®- BBE High Definition Sound restores clarity and
presence for better speech intelligibility and music
realism.
Note:
BBE is not available in models CT-20SL14,
CT-24SL14, CT-27SC14 and CT-27SL14.
Procedure
Press VOL • to select On or OFF.
Procedure
Press
Press
VOL • to display next menu.
CH • or CH • to move cursor.
Press
•
VOL
label (see chart
or VOL
•
to select
desired
preset
input
below).
INPUT LABEL CHART
SURROUND
[]
MODE - Enhances audio response when listening to
stereo.
VCR
Select
DVD
" SKIP
CABLE
DBS
DTV STB
PVR (Personal
Video Recorder)
GAME
AUX
when VCR is connected to video input.
Procedure
Press
VOL •
to select
On or OFF.
Select when DVD is connected to video input.
'
.
Select to Skip unused video input when
pressing TVtVlDEO button.
Select when CABLE box is connected
to video input.
Select when DBS is connected to video input.
Select when digital TV set-top-box is connected
to video input.
Select when a personal video recorder is
connected to video input.
Select when Video GAME is connected
to video input.
Select when other components are connected:
SPEAKERS
[]
SPEAKERS
- This
an external
amplifier.
feature
is used
when
connecting
to
Procedure
Press
VOL •
to select.
ON - TV speakers operate normally.
OFF & Variable Audio Out - TV speakers
Select to delete input label.
AUDIO
adjustable
AUDIO ADJ.
[] MODE - Select STEREO, SAP (Second Audio
Program) or MONO. (Use MONO when stereo signal is
weak).
[] BASS - Increase or decrease the bass response.
[] TREBLE - Increase or decrease the treble response.
[] BALANCE - Emphasize the left/right speaker volume.
[] NORMAL - Reset BASS, TREBLE and BALANCE
adjustments to factory default settings.
OFF
& Fixed
adjustable
Note:
Before
off - audio
by television.
Audio
Out - TV speakers
by the external
selecting
for a better
FAO,
amplifier
normalize
off - audio
only.
AUDIO
ADJ.
audio performance.
15e
ICON MENU OPERATION
LOCK
MODE
[]
LOCK SET - To prevent video games, VCR tapes and
all channels and video modes from being viewed.
Notes:
Use
the
remote
numeric
secret
code (Use
record
it in a safe place).
keypad
a code
that
If you do not remember
12, 24, or 48 hours,
when
selected,
and you forget
setup.
If you
code
selecting
select
code becomes
LOCK
ALWAYS.
secret
technician
CHANGE
the one
CODE,
used
a four-digit
to remember
If
the controlling
setup.
the TV
to clear the
and
in
Be
ALWAYS
code,
you
in the LOCK
and
will unlock
on the current
your
by a qualified
from
code,
depending
cautious
be serviced
your
to enter
is easy
LOCK
change
menu,
is
must
your
your
new
code.
Procedure
Press
I_ to select.
VOL
OFF
- Turns
GAME
Lock function
off.
- Lock CH 3, 4 and Video
CHANNEL
- Lock
ALL - Locks
inputs.
up to four channels.
all channels
and video
inputs.
ACTION
Press
Press
twice.
CH •
Press VOL
ALWAYS.
Note:
•
to select
HOW
CHANNEL
or ALL
channel
or
input
video
displays
LONG?
12 Hours,
If GAME,
LOCKED
screen.
16e
to highlight
in the
24 Hours,
is selected,
is
selected,
upper
left
48 Hours
or
and ff a blocked
the
corner
message
of the
TV
V-CHIP
MENU
OPERATION
V-Chip Menu Operation
Procedure
Use
the
numeric
(Use
a code
that
keypad
to enter
is easy
to remember
a safe place.)
Press CH • to enter
Press
•
VOL
the BLOCK
or VOL
•
TV
Programs,
U.S.
Canadian
French.
Press
CH
Press
•
U.S. TV
Canadian
your
to select
Movies,
STATUS.
or VOL
• to display
VOL
CH
•
U.S.
to select
•
Movies,
and
it in
field.
option:
U.S.
English
or
The V-Chip
Rules
15.120(e)(2).
Section
programs
results
is
may
TV
rated,
chosen
occur,
rating
Canadian
chart:
English
not applicable,
If the
and
you
or
Bulletins
may
types
and others)
Locally
News
originated
programming
possibly
not
receive
or VIEW
Public Service
E PROGRAMS
Caution
will
will be received.
Selecting
blocked
Customer
be
(See
on this page).
Procedure
Press
CH
Press
VOL
BASIC
•
to select
•
- Allows
- Allows
and content
such
Use
•
you
or
to select
to move
VOL
•
and unblock
Press
ACTION
_
twice
Press
CH •
Press •
ALWAYS.
general
ratings
such
both
general
ratings
or VOL
between
different
ratings.
to select
ratings
you want
to
(GREEN).
to return
to select
VOL
only
as V, L, etc.
or CH •
VOL
block (RED)
or DETAILED.
etc.
DETAILED
CH •
BASIC
you to select
as TV-Y, TV-PG,
Press
SETTING.
to select
HOW
•
to MODE
in Lock menu.
LONG?.
to select
EAS
messages,
Sports
Weather
NR
Rating
Chart
Not Rated. SEE CUSTOMER
All
TV-Y7
programs
as
Announcements
children.
The themes
12, 24, 48 hours
Description
CAUTION.
and elements
in this
program are specifically designed for a very young
audience, including children from ages 2-6.
Directed to older children.
"Yes", NR programs
emergency
Religious
U.S. TV Programs
NR
"NR"
confusing
Political
TV-Y
"NO';
per FCC
blocking
and
(Such
warnings
PROGRAMS
Selecting
of
of programming:"
weather
for U.S.
This TV model features the "V-Chip technology" which
allows you to use U.S. TV PROGRAMS Guide ratings to
block various types of TV programs.
Note:
of blocking
and none)
option
"unexpected
or any of the following
for Canadian
English and Canadian
French.
Press VOL •
to select YES or NO.
U.S.
that is used in this set is capable
(non
Emergency
desired
NR PROGRAMS?
U.S. Movies
system
"NR" programs
ON or OFF.
to select VIEW
TV Programs
record
desired
Custemer Caution
code.
bulletins
to highlight
Press
and
Canadian
•
Press
digit
PROGRAMS
VOL
Programs,
French.
four
Themes and elements
in this program may include mild physical or
comedic violence, or may frighten children under
the age of 7.
TV-G
General audience.
It contains little or no violence,
no strong language, and little or no sexual dialogue
or situations.
TV-PG
Parental guidance
suggested.
The program may
contain
infrequent
coarse
language,
limited
violence, some suggestive
sexual dialogue and
situations.
TV-14
Parents strongly
cautioned.
This program may
contain sophisticated
themes,
sexual
content
strong language and more intense violence.
TV-MA
Mature audiences only. This program may contain
mature themes, profane language, graphic violence
and explicit sexual content.
FV
FANTASY/CARTOON
V
VIOLENCE
S
SEX
L
OFFENSIVE
D
DIALOGUE
VIOLENCE
LANGUAGE
WITH SEXUAL CONTENT
U.S. MOVIES
This TV model features the "V-Chip technology" which
allows you to use Motion Picture Ratings when viewing
movies or video tapes. This innovation allows parents to
block various types of movies and video tapes at their
discretion.
or
17e
V:CHIP
MENU
OPERA
TION
V-Chip
Menu Operation
(cont.)
Note:
U.S. MOVIES (cont.)
E
(Exempt)
programming
documentaries
shows,
Note:
Some
movies
movies
are not rated
and foreign
for a variety
films are usually
of reasons.
and other
music
videos,
includes:
information
and variety
news,
sports,
programming,
talk
programming.
Old
not rated.
Procedure
Press
CH
•
or CH •
to move
between
different
ratings.
Use
•
VOL
block (RED)
Procedure
or VOL
to select
(GREEN).
ratings
Press
ACTION
@_
twice to return to MODE
Press
•
VOL
or VOL
•
to select
English
Rating
you
want
to
in Lock menu.
12, 24, 48 hours
or
ALWAYS.
Press
Use
CH •
•
or CH •
VOL
block (RED)
to move between
or VOL
•
to
and unblock
Press
ACTION
_
twice
Press
•
VOL
select
different
ratings
you
ratings.
want
Canadian
Exempt
(GREEN).
E
to return
or VOL
•
to MODE
to select
or
NR
G
PG
Rating
Chart
Description
CONTAINS NO RATING (NOT RATED) AND NA
NOT APPLICABLE)
PROGRAMS.
Movie has
not been rated or rating does not apply.
GENERAL AUDIENCES.
PARENTAL
GUIDANCE
SUGGESTED.
PARENTS
R
N0-17
X
STRONGLY
CAUTIONED.
material may be inappropriate
13.
G
General
programming,
audiences.
PG
Parental Guidance suggested.
Some material
may not be suitable for children.
14+
Programming
contains
themes
or content
which may not be suitable for viewers under
the age of 14. Parents are strongly cautioned
to exercise discretion
in permitting
viewing
by pre-teens and early teens.
18
ADULTS ONLY
Some
for children under
RESTRICTED, Under 17 requires accompanying
)arent or adult guardian,
NO ONE 17 AND UNDER ADMITTED.
suitable
for
all
ADULTS ONLY.
CANADIAN
CANADIAN
under age
or sexual
Some
material may not be suitable for children.
PG-13
includes:
Programming
generally
considered
acceptable for children 8 years and over. No
profanity, nudity or sexual content.
08+
All ages admitted.
programming
Programming
intended for children
8. No offensive
language,
nudity
content.
C
U.S. Movies
- Exempt
news,
sports,
documentaries
and
other
information
programming,
talk shows, music
videos, and variety programming.
in Lock menu.
12, 24, 48 hours
Description
to
ALWAYS.
ENGLISH
The V-CHIP used in this TV model allows you to block
various types of movies and television programs based on
the two rating systems used in Canada.
FRENCH
The V-CHIP used in this TV model also lets you block or
unblock Canadian French programs according to various
ratings categories.
Note:
E
(Exempt)
documentaries
shows,
18e
•
and unblock
music
programming
and other
videos,
includes:
information
and variety
news,
programming,
programming.
sports,
talk
V-CHIP
V-Chip
Menu Operation
MENU
OPERATION
(cont.)
BLOCKING MESSAGE
CANADIAN FRENCH (cont.)
If V-Chip is enabled and the program exceeds
the rating
limit set by you, the blocking message will appear and the
audio will be muted. Enter your four-digit secret code if you
wish to continue viewing the program. After entering your
code, all locks and rating blocks are disabled until the TV is
turned off or until all settings are off.
Note:
Procedure
Press
Use
CH •
•
or CH •
VOL
block (RED)
to move between
or VOL
•
to
and unblock
Press
ACTION
Q
twice
Press
•
VOL
select
you
ratings.
want
to
(GREEN).
to return to MODE
or VOL
different
ratings
•
to select
in Lock menu.
12, 24, 48 hours
or
ALWAYS.
Canadian
PROGRAM RATING EXCEEDED
ACCESSCODE
French
Rating
....
Description
E
Exempt - Exempt programming.
G
General - Programming intended
for audience of all ages. Contains
no violence,
or the
violence
content is minimal
appropriately.
or is depicted
8+ General - Not recommended
8 ans +
If you enter your four-digit secret code to override rating
blocks, you must reset aft rating blocks by either
reprogramming or turning the TV off.
for
young
children.
Programming
intended for a broad audience but
contains
light
or
violence.
Adult
recommended.
occasional
supervision
Programming may not be suitable
for children under the age of 13 Contains
either
a few violent
13 ans +
scenes or one or more sufficiently
violent scenes to affect them.
Adult
supervision
suggested,
Programming
16 ans +
18 ans +
strongly
may not be suitable
for children under the age of 16of
Contains
frequent
scenes
violence or intense violence.
Programming restricted to adults.
Contains
constant
violence
or
scenes of extreme violence.
19e
TROUBLESHOOTING
CHART
Troubleshooting
Chart
Before calling for service, determine the symptoms and follow suggested solutions.
\
Noisy Audio
Snowy
Antenna
Location
Cable Connection
Adjust
Check
Antenna
Antenna
Check
Cable
Location Wire
Lead-in
and Connection
\
Noisy Audio
Multiple
Image
Connection
Move television
from
Vehicles
and Medical
Increase
Volume
X
No Audio
Normal
Check
Mute
Check
television
SPEAKERS
Check
Noisy Audio
No Video
No Video
\
Properly
Cables
Check
Power
Adjust
Brightness
Program
Cord is Plugged
and Audio
the Remote
Check
Second
Adjust
Color
Change
Audio
into Active
Outlet
Controls
Audio
Normal
Audio
Distorted
Control
Again
Source
Operation
Settings
Channel
Audio
Normal
Check
Audio
Check
the format
Control
Remote
panel keys
Control
Video
input. Change
to 480i.
Batteries
panel may be locked.
Press ACTION
unlock.
is locked,
For all models under 32" only
panel keys
For all models under 32" only
Menu
Control
simultaneously,
Picture
No effect of TV front control
of Component
Operation
For 32" and 36" models only
Menu
Not SAP
Video
For 32" and 36" models only
No effect of TV front control
or Mono,
Video
Replace
Remote
Is Set To Stereo
Video
\
Picture
Video
No Color
\
20 •
Mode
Antenna
Change Channel
Check Cable Connections
No Audio
Intermittent
on/off
with Snow
X
Normal
Lights,
Channel
Set TV or Cable
\
Wrong
Appliances,
Equipment
Video
Change
Normal
Electrical
Interference
Noisy Audio
Normal
and Connection
Video
'_
\
Adjust
Check
is locked,
Control
then quickly
and CH •
panel may be locked.
front simultaneously,
Press
ACTION
press ACTION
buttons
Press
then quickly
and VOL •
and CH •
buttons
buttons
on the TV front
simultaneously.
on the TV front panel simultaneously
ACTION
press
and TV/VIDEO
ACTION
and VOL
buttons
•
to
on the TV
buttons
simultaneously.
Press ACTION
quickly
and TV/VIDEO
press ACTION
and •
buttons
on the TV front simultaneously,
VOL buttons
simultaneously.
then
Index
AC Power Supply Cord 4
AI Sound 15
Amplifier Connection
(To Audio Amp) 7
Antenna Connections 4
Audio 15
Auto Power On 13
Auto Program 5, 13
Auto Set Up Menu 5
Balance 15
Bass 15
BBE 15
Blocking Message 19
Brightness 14
Cabinet and Remote Control 3
Cable / Antenna Connection 4
Cable Box Connection 6
Cable Connection 4
Canadian English 18
Canadian English Rating
Description 18, 19
Canadian French 18
Caption 15
Care and Cleaning 3
Chan Banner 13
Channels 15
Cinema 14
Clock Set 14
Closed Captioning 13
Codes For Cable Box 11
Codes For DBS 11
Codes For DVD 11
Codes For VCR 11
Color 14
Color Temp 14
Component Codes 10, 11
Congratulations 3
Customer Record 3
Day 14
Digital TV - Set-Top Box (DTV-STB) or
DVD Player Connection 6
FCC Caution 1
Feature Chart 3
Front Control Panel 6
Remote Control Battery Installation 4
Remote Control Operation 8
Geomagnetic Correction 5, 13
SAP 15
Screen 3
Icon Menu Navigation 12
Icon Menu Operation 13
Idioma/langue 5
Input Label 15
Input Label Chart 15
Installation 4
Set Up 13
Sharpness 14
Sleep 14
Speakers 15
Specifications 3
Standard 14
Stereo 15
Surround 15
Lock 15, 16
Lock Set 16
Manual Caption 15
Manual Program 13
Menu Languages 13
Mode 5, 13
Mono 15
Television Location 4
Tilt Correction 5, 13
Time 14
Timer 14
Tint 14
Treble 15
Troubleshooting
Chart 20
U.S. Movies 17
Normal 14, 15
ON Mute 13
Operating
Operating
Operating
Operating
Operating
Control
a Cable Box 9
a DBS 9
a DVD 9
a VCR 9
Components with Remote
9
Optional Cable Connections 4
Optional Equipment Connections 6
U.S. Movies Rating Chart
Description 18
U.S. TV Programs 17
U.S. TV Programs Rating Chart
Description 17
V-Chip Menu Operation 17
VCR Connection 6
Vivid 14
VM (Velocity Modulation) 14
PIC Mode 14
Picture 14
PROG CHAN (Program Channels) 13
Program Out Connection (Prog Out) 7
Programming The Remote 10
Programming Without A Code 10
21 •
LIMITED WARRANTY
(FOR
MODELS
SOLD
PANASONIC CONSUMER ELECTRONICS
DIVISION OF:
MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC CORPORATION
One Panasonic Way
Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
IN
USA
ONLY)
COMPANY,
PANASONIC SALES COMPANY,
DIVISION OF:
MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC OF PUERTO RICO,
INC., Ave. 65 de Infanteria, Km. 9.5
San Gabriel Industrial Park
Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985
OF AMERICA
Panasonic Color Television
Limited Warranty
Limited
Warranty
Coverage
If your product does not work properly because of a defect in materials or workmanship,
Panasonic
Consumer Electronics Company or Panasonic Sales Company (collectively referred to as "the warrantor") will, for the length of the period indicated on the chart below, which starts with the date of original
purchase ("warranty period"), at its option either (a) repair your product with new or refurbished parts,
or (b) replace it with a new or a refurbished product. The decision to repair or replace will be made by
the warrantor.
TV CATEGORIES
ALL
PARTS
EXCEPT
CRT
CRT
LABOR
1 (ONE)
YEAR
2 (TWO)
YEARS
90 DAYS
diagonal
1 (ONE)
YEAR
2 (TWO)
YEARS
90 DAYS
31 "-36" diagonal
1 (ONE)
YEAR
2 (TWO)
YEARS
1 (ONE)
9"-21"
22"-27"
diagonal
SERVICE
CARRY-IN
YEAR
IN-HOME
OR CARRY-IN
IN-HOME
OR CARRY-IN
During the "Labor" warranty period there will be no charge for labor. During the "Parts" warranty
period, there will be no charge for parts. You must carry-in your product or arrange for in-home
service (in-home service available only for 22" [diagonal] and larger screen), as applicable, during the
warranty period. If non-rechargeable
batteries are included, they are not warranted.
This warranty
only applies to products purchased and serviced in the United States or Puerto Rico. This warranty is
extended only to the original purchaser of a new product which was not sold "as is". A purchase receipt
or other proof of the original purchase date is required for warranty service.
Carry-in or In-Home Service
For Carry-In or In-Home Service (as applicable) in the United States call 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
or
visit Panasonic Web Site: http://www.panasonic.com
For assistance in Puerto Rico call Panasonic Sales Company (787)-750-4300
or fax (787)-768-2910.
In-Home service,
if applicable,
requires
clear, complete
and easy access to the product by the autho-
rized servicer and does not include removal or re-installation of an installed product. It is possible that
certain in-home repairs will not be completed in-home, but will require that the product, or parts of the
product, be removed for shop diagnosis and/or repair and then returned.
Limited Warranty
continued
on next page
LIMITEDWARRANTY (FOR MODELS SOLD IN USA ONLY)
Limited Warranty
Limited
Warranty
continued
from
previous
page
Limits And Exclusions
This warranty ONLY COVERS failures due to defects in materials or workmanship,
and DOES NOT
COVER normal wear and tear or cosmetic damage, nor does it cover markings or retained images on
the picture tube resulting from viewing fixed images (including, among other things, letterbox pictures
on standard 4:3 screen TVis, or non-expanded
standard 4:3 pictures on wide screen TV's, or onscreen
data in a stationary and fixed location). The warranty ALSO DOES NOT COVER damages which
occurred in shipment, or failures which are caused by products not supplied by the warrantor, or
failures which result from accidents, misuse, abuse, neglect, mishandling, misapplication,
alteration,
faulty installation, set-up adjustments, misadjustment
of consumer controls, improper maintenance,
power line surge, lightning damage, modification, or commercial use (such as in a hotel, office,
restaurant, or other business), rental use of the product, service by anyone other than a Factory
Servicenter or other Authorized Servicer, or damage that is attributable to acts of God.
THERE
ARE NO EXPRESS
COVERAGE",
DAMAGES
BREACH
someone
WARRANTIES
THE WARRANTOR
RESULTING
EXCEPT
AS LISTED UNDER
IS NOT LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL
FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT,
"LIMITED
WARRANTY
OR CONSEQUENTIAL
OR ARISING
OUT OF ANY
OF THIS WARRANTY.
(As examples, this excludes damages for lost time, cost of having
remove or re-install an installed unit if applicable, or travel to and from the servicer. The
items listed are not exclusive, but are for illustration only.) ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY,
ARE LIMITED TO THE PERIOD OF
THE LIMITED WARRANTY.
Some states do not allow the exclusion
tions on how long an implied warranty
or limitation
of incidental
lasts, so the exclusions
or consequential
damages,
or limita-
may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have others rights which vary from state
to state. If a problem with this product develops during or after the warranty period, you may contact
your dealer or Servicenter. If the problem is not handled to your satisfaction, then write to the
warrantor's Consumer Affairs Department at the addresses listed for the warrantor.
PARTS AND SERVICE
APPLICABLE)
WHICH
RESPONSIBILITY,
(INCLUDING
COST OF AN IN-HOME SERVICE CALL, WHERE
ARE NOT COVERED BY THIS LIMITED WARRANTY ARE YOUR
CUSTOMER
SERWCES
DIRECTORY
Obtain Product Information and Operating
Assistance;
locate your nearest Dealer or
Servicenter;
purchase
Parts and Accessories;
or make Customer
Service and
Literature requests by visiting our Web Site at:
http://www.panasonic,
or, contact
com/support
us via the web at:
http ://www.panasonic.com/contactinfo
You may also contact us directly at:
1-800-211-PANA
(7262)
Monday-Friday 9 am-9 pm; Saturday-Sunday
For hearing
or speech
impaired
10 am-7 pm, EST.
TTY users, TTY : 1-877-833-8855
Purchase
Parts, Accessories
and Instruction
Products by visiting our Web Site at:
http://www.pasc.panasonic,
Books
on
line
for
all
Panasonic
corn
or, send your request by E-mail to:
npcparts@panasonic,
You may also contact
corn
us directly
1-800-332-5368 (Phone)
Panasonic
Services
20421 84th Avenue
at:
1-800-237-9080 (Fax Only) (Monday- Friday 9 am to 8 pm, EST.)
Company
South,
Kent, WA 98032
(We Accept
Visa, MasterCard,
Discover
Card, American
For hearing
or speech
impaired
Matsushita
Electronic
of Puerto Rico, Inc. Panasonic
Factory
Kin. 9.5, San Gabriel Industrial
Puerto Rico 00985
Phone (787) 750-4300,
and Personal
TTY users, TTY : 1-866-605-1277
Sales Company
Servicenter:
Ave. 65 de Infanteria,
Carolina,
Express,
Fax (787) 768-2910
Park,
Checks)
LIMITED WARRANTY (FOR
MODELS SOLD IN CANADA ONLY)
Panasonic
Canada
Inc.
5770 Ambler Drive, Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3
PANASONIC
PRODUCT
- LIMITED
WARRANTY
Panasonic Canada Inc. warrants this product to be free from defects in material and workmanship and agrees to remedy
any such defect for a period as stated below from the date of original purchase.
TELEVISION:
22" and over
In-home Service
One (1) year, parts (including
Picture Tube) and labour
In-home Service will be carried out only to locations accessible by roads and within 50 Km of an authorized Panasonic
service facility.
LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS
This warranty does not apply to products purchased outside Canada or to any product which has been improperly installed,
subjected to usage for which the product was not designed, misused or abused, damaged during shipping, or which has
been altered or repaired in any way that affects the reliability or detracts from the performance, nor does it cover any
product which is used commercially. Dry cell batteries are also excluded from coverage under this warranty.
This warranty is extended to the original end user purchaser only. A purchase receipt or other proof of date of original
purchase is required before warranty service is performed.
THIS EXPRESS, LIMITED WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
EXCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
IN NO EVENT WILL PANASONIC CANADA INC. BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES.
In certain instances, some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or
the exclusion of implied warranties, so the above limitations and exclusions may not be applicable.
WARRANTY
SERVICE
For product operation and information assistance, please contact your Dealer or our Customer Care Centre at:
Telephone #: (905) 624-5505
Fax #: (905) 238-2360
Web: www.panasonic.ca
For product repairs, please contact one of the following:
•
•
Your Dealer who will inform you of an authorized Servicentre nearest you.
Our Customer Care Centre at (905) 624-5505 or www.panasonic.ca
•
A Panasonic Factory Servicentre listed below:
Richmond,
British
Columbia
Panasonic
Canada
Inc.
12111 Riverside
Way
Richmond,
V6W
BC
Calqary,
Alberta
Panasonic
Canada
Inc.
6835-8 th St. N. E.
1K8
Calgary,
AB
T2E 7H7
Tel:
(604) 278-4211
Tel:
(403)
Fax:
(604)
Fax:
(403) 274-5493
278-5627
Mississauqa,
295-3955
Panasonic
5770
Canada
Ambler
Mississauga,
Lachine,
Ontario
Inc.
Dr.
ON
Panasonic
3075,
L4W 2T3
Quebec
Canada
Inc.
rue Louis A. Amos
Lachine,
QC
H8T 1C4
Tel:
(905) 624-8447
Tel:
(514)
633-8684
Fax:
(905) 238-2418
Fax:
(514) 633-8020
IF YOU SHIP THE PRODUCT TO A SERVICENTRE
Carefully pack and send prepaid, adequately insured and preferably in the original carton.
Include details of the defect claimed, and proof of date of original purchase.
Panasonic Consumer Electronics
Division of Matsushita
Electric Corporation of America
One Panasonic Way
Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
www.panasonic.com
Company,
Panasonic Sales Company,
Division of Matsushita Electric
Panasonic Canada Inc,
5770 Ambler Drive
of Puerto Rico Inc, ("PSC")
Ave 65 de Infanteria, Km 9.5
San Gabriel Industrial Park Carolina,
Puerto Rico 00985
TeI. (787) 750-4300
Fax (787) 768-2910
Mississauga, Ontario
Canada L4W 2T3
Tel/Tet: (905) 624-5010
Fax/Telec.: (905) 624-9714
www.panasonic.ca
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