WorldGate Wireless keyboard User guide

WorldGate Wireless keyboard User guide
WorldGate Users’ Manual - www.geus.org
(printable version)
Now you can send and receive e-mail or surf the Internet without a computer!
Your WorldGate wireless keyboard allows you access to the Internet through interactive TV. WorldGate also
allows you to find information about your local community and to open websites related to the programs and
ads you’re viewing - while you watch.
Note: Throughout this manual, buttons on the WorldGate keyboard are shown in bold type: Select. On-screen
buttons are indicated by quotation marks: “Continue”.
The Keyboard
Take a few minutes to look over your WorldGate keyboard. In addition to the keys that correspond to familiar
typewriter or computer keyboard keys, there are a number of buttons and indicators that deal only with
WorldGate functions.
(Some of the keys also make it possible to operate your cable TV service directly from the keyboard without
switching to the remote control. You may want to experiment with these functions on your own. This manual
will cover only the use of the keyboard for WorldGate access.)
Note: Your keyboard uses three AA alkaline batteries. The battery compartment is on the back of the keyboard.
If the keyboard stops working, you may need to install new batteries.
• Open the battery compartment cover by pushing in and lifting up the small tab on the battery cover.
• Remove the old batteries.
• Install new batteries – be sure to match the + and – symbols on the batteries with the symbols inside the
battery compartment.
• To replace the battery cover insert the two tabs into the slots on the case and gently press the cover into
place.
Using the Keyboard
To use your wireless keyboard:
• The TV and cable box must be turned on to access WorldGate.
• Make sure the keyboard is within 16 feet of the TV and cable box.
• Keep a direct “line of sight” open between the keyboard and the TV and cable box (no furniture or
people between the keyboard and TV).
• Replace the batteries when the “low batt” indicator on the upper left of the keyboard is lit.
• Familiarize yourself with the keyboard. You may want to keep the diagram in front of you while you are
learning to use WorldGate.
Note: If your keyboard wasn’t programmed to recognize your TV when your WorldGate service was installed
or if you get a new TV, you may need to program the keyboard (see Programming The Keyboard on page 18) to
recognize your television. (If your TV stops responding to the keyboard and installing new batteries doesn’t
solve the problem, you may have changed the programmed codes by mistake. You can restore the codes by
reprogramming the keyboard. (see page 18).
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A Keyboard Tour
You will use these keys and functions for your
interactive WorldGate connection:
• Low Batt – when this indicator light is
lit, it’s time to change the keyboard’s
batteries (see instructions above)
• WG/TV – this large purple key allows
you to enter and exit WorldGate
• Channel Hyperlinking – press this key
while you are watching a TV program
to open a related Internet site on your
TV screen
• Arrow Pad – pressing on this pad moves the on-screen arrow (cursor) in the direction of the arrow on
the pad (you may want to practice using the arrow pad to make the cursor travel where you want it to
go!)
• Backspace – erases a single character to the left of the on-screen arrow (cursor) in e-mail messages or
entry boxes
• Del – deletes or erases a single character to the right of the cursor
• Enter – moves the cursor to the next line of typing (like the return on a typewriter). Press this key to
submit a request or start an action on a web page.
• Page Up – moves the screen view toward the top of the page you are viewing
• Page Down – moves the screen view toward the bottom of the page you are viewing.
• Space Bar – adds one space to the right of the cursor
• Tab – moves to the next entry box in an on-line form or moves the cursor 5 spaces to the right when
typing
• Top – moves the cursor to the top of the web page or e-mail message you are viewing
• Bottom -– moves the cursor to the bottom of the web page or e-mail message on your screen
• E-Mail – opens the e-mail application
• Bookmarks – displays the list of websites you have saved as your favorites
• Zoom – magnifies a part of the on-screen web page you have selected
• Save – press this button to save the Internet address of a web page you are viewing. The page will be
saved to your bookmarks list.
• Go – press this button, then enter the web address (URL) of the site you want to “go” to and click the
“Go” button on the screen
• Back – displays the previous screen
• Home – displays the WorldGate home page
• Help – displays the WorldGate online help screen
• Select – press this key to select the item you have chosen with the cursor (arrow)
• Exit – takes you back to TV programming
• Arrow Keys – the Ç, È, Æ, and Å keys are used to move within menus and e-mail messages
Some words you need to know
This list defines some commonly used computer terms.
Don’t worry if this new language is a little confusing at first. It will all make sense when you begin using your
WorldGate online service!
• button: a box, with a border or shading to make it look like a raised button, that is used to select an
action or a link
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cancel: allows you to change your mind if you do not want to complete an action
click: “click” an on-screen button or link to select it by placing the cursor over the button & pressing
the Select key. The point of the cursor arrow must be within the button or link. Pressing a key on the
keyboard is also referred to as clicking, as in “click the Select key”.
cursor: the on-screen arrow that you use to make selections from menus, scroll through pages, and
move around in e-mail messages
e-mail address: the contact address for an e-mail user. Begins with letters and/or numbers followed by
@
enter: enter information in entry boxes or e-mail messages by typing it in
graphic: a drawing, symbol, or picture used to link to another location or an illustration on a web page
link: connects to more information or another location within a website or to a different website. These
locations or websites are “linked” to the information you are viewing. Links may appear as buttons or
underlined text. (See To move within a website in the Navigating section below.)
log on: to connect to a specific section of WorldGate or a website, as in log on to the GEUS web page
at www.geus.org
menu: a list of choices on a web page
page: a website or a section of a website. For example, the GEUS website has a home page that links
you to several other sections or “pages” on a variety of topics. An entire website with all of its internal
links may be referred to as a web page.
scroll: move up or down on the screen. If the length of a page you are viewing makes it too large to fit
in the screen, a scroll bar appears to the right of the screen to allow you to move around the page. (See
scrolling in the Navigating section below.) You can also scroll through a page by using the Page Up,
Page Down, Top, and Bottom keys.
select: select, or choose, a link or button by putting the cursor over it and pressing the Select key on the
keyboard
toolbar: a group of buttons that allow you to change the screen or navigate between pages. A
WorldGate toolbar appears at the top of some screens.
URL: the address of a web site. Begins with http:// or www.
Getting Started
To connect to WorldGate:
• Press the WG/TV button on the upper left of the keyboard (it’s purple).
This opens the WorldGate home page.
• The WorldGate home page allows you to access e-mail, the Internet, local information, WorldGate
account set up, and customer service.
Navigating around WorldGate
Navigation tools
Use the navigation buttons on your keyboard to move around WorldGate.
• Zoom gives a close-up view of a web page. Click the Zoom button. An outline box appears. Use the
Arrow Pad to move the box over the area you want to expand, hit Select.
o The tool bar over the enlarged view allows you to reposition (move) the zoom area. Select the
magnification you want.
o You must close the zoom using the zoom tool bar to navigate to another web page.
• Save creates a bookmark for the site you are visiting
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Go allows you to go to a specific web site. Type the URL or web address into the entry box and hit
Select.
Back returns you to the previous page.
Home takes you to the WorldGate home page.
Help takes you to the User Guide, which includes the setup information.
Note: Some WorldGate screens include a tool bar across the top of the page. The buttons on the tool bar have
the same functions as the keyboard buttons. If a “Home” or “Back” button appears on a screen, it works just
like the corresponding keyboard buttons.
Tip: It is usually faster and easier to use the keyboard buttons!
To use the tool bar buttons:
• Use the Arrow Pad to move the cursor arrow over the button.
• Click Select.
• The tool bar includes a button labeled Refresh. Use this button to reload a page you are already viewing
to get the latest version of the page.
To move around within a screen:
• Use the Arrow Pad to move the cursor around the screen.
• Scroll up or down to see the entire page (see below).
• Use the Zoom button in the toolbar to enlarge a portion of the screen.
To view a page that is larger than the screen (scrolling):
• Pages that are too large to display on the screen require you to scroll, or move down the page.
• A page that requires scrolling will display a scroll bar on the right side of the screen.
• To scroll down the page, press Page Down on the keyboard. Or place the cursor arrow in the scroll bar
below the shaded slider and hit the Select key on the keyboard. The screen will display the portion of
the page below the opening screen. You may need to scroll down several times to view the entire page.
• To scroll up a page, press Page Up. Or place the cursor in the scroll bar above the shaded slider and hit
Select. Continue until you find the area of the page you are looking for.
• Most long pages will have a link at the bottom to return you to the top of the page. Place the cursor over
the link and hit Select.
• You can move to the top of the page at any time by clicking the Top key.
• Move to the bottom of the page by clicking the Bottom key.
To move within a website or move to another web page:
• To choose a menu (see Words You Need to Know above) item, point the cursor to the item and click
Select.
• To choose a navigation button, point the cursor to the button and hit Select.
Note: To select a button, the tip of the arrow must be within the borders of the button.
• To go to a link within the web site or a link to another web page, point the cursor to the underlined link
or graphic, then hit Select or Enter.
• If you know the URL, or web address, of a site you want to visit, press the Go key, then enter the
address and click the “Go” button or press Enter on the keyboard.
• When you move from one page to another, a “Stop” button appears in the upper left corner of the screen.
There is also an indicator that shows the loading progress of the new site. To stop the page from loading
and remain where you are, click “Stop”
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Note: You will not be able to leave a page if an action button is visible. Action buttons include “yes”, “no”,
“continue”, “OK”, “next”, etc. Select the appropriate button (point the cursor to it and hit Select), then link
to another page following the instructions above.
Note: You will not be able to navigate to another web page if you have reached a website using the Channel
Hyperlink from your TV. You must be logged on to WorldGate to surf the web!
To exit WorldGate:
• Press the purple WG/TV button on the keyboard.
• This returns you to TV programming.
Tour the WorldGate Home Page
The WorldGate home page is your gateway to the Internet. It also provides news, sports, entertainment,
shopping, and local information.
Remember: to click on a button or link, place the tip of the cursor over it and hit the Select button on the
keyboard.
Note: When you move from one page to another, a “Stop” button appears in the upper left corner of the screen.
There is also an indicator that shows the loading progress of the new site. To stop the page from loading and
remain where you are, click “Stop”.
Log In
To use some of the features listed below, you will be asked to Log In.
• Click on the { next to your user name.
• Click on the password box.
• Type in your password.
• Click “Log in”.
Current News
The home page features current news headlines and photos. The day’s top stories appear in an alternating
display. To read a story, click on the “Read Story” button.
Note: The rotating stories on the home page also appear on the linked pages dealing with their topics. (see
Home Page Links below)
Home Page Links
The center of the home page displays direct links to topics of interest. Click on the À to the left of a link to go
to that topic’s page. More links will direct you to specific pages.
Home page links include:
• News
• Sports
• Lifestyles
• Shopping
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Entertainment
To get maps/driving directions
Many of the listings in the Home Page Links include map and route finder options.
• Select a restaurant, business, service, etc.
• Click on “Map” for a street map showing the location. Use the buttons on the right side of the map to
reposition, zoom in or zoom out.
• Click on “Directions”.
o Click on the arrow to the right of the “Route Type” box.
o Select the type of route you want:
ƒ Fastest route
ƒ Shortest route
ƒ Favoring major highways
ƒ Avoiding major highways
o Click “Start Address” and enter the requested information in the entry boxes. (Use the Tab key
to move from one box to another.)
o Click “Set start address”.
o Click on one of the addresses listed or enter the destination address.
o Click “Allow an intermediate address” to include a stop along the way.
o Select “Plan Route”.
o The next screen displays a map with the route highlighted.
The News Link
News links to several news-related pages:
• National News displays national headlines. Click on “Read” to read the article. “More Headlines”
displays additional news.
• World News displays world headlines. Click on “Read” to read the article. “More Headlines” displays
additional news.
• Political News displays political headlines. Click on “Read” to read the article. “More Headlines”
displays additional news.
• Local News links to home pages for the Greenville Herald Banner and the Dallas Morning News.
• More News links to:
o C/NET
o CNN.com
o BBC
• News Chat links to the WorldGate chat room focusing on the news.
o You must log in (see Log In in the Tour the WorldGate Keyboard section above) to use the
chat. If you have already logged in, you will not have to repeat the log in procedure.
o On the WorldGate Chat page, enter the name you want to use as your chat name. This name will
appear on any message you post to the chat room.
o Click on “Go Chat” to participate in an ongoing news chat. (You can go to a different chat by
choosing from the index of topics listed on the left side of the screen. Place the cursor over the
topic and hit Select on the keyboard).
o Click on “Messages” to read previous messages. Select a topic from the list to view that message
board.
o To start a new discussion on your chosen topic, click “Create New Conversation”.
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o See Chat (page 12) for more information on using WorldGate chat rooms.
The Sports Link
Sports opens with a top news story. Click on “Read” to see the article.
Sports includes these links:
• Headlines displays sports headlines. Click on “Read” to read the article. “More Headlines” displays
additional news.
• Sports Scores links to a list of sports leagues. Click the league to view the scores. Click “More Scores”
to find the game or match you are interested in.
• Local Sports includes links for:
o Amusement/Recreation – listings and contact information for local and area sports sources and
providers
o Membership Clubs – listings and contact information for local and area health clubs & gyms
o Teams – listings and contact information for local and area sports leagues
o Tickets – listings and contact information for sports & entertainment ticket agencies
• More Sports displays links to:
o CNN/SI.com
o The Sporting News
o ESPN.com
• Sports Chat links to the WorldGate chat room focusing on sports.
o You must log in (see Log In in the Tour the WorldGate Keyboard section on page 5) to use the
chat. If you have already logged in, you will not have to repeat the log in procedure.
o On the WorldGate Chat page, enter the name you want to use as your chat name. This name will
appear on any message you post to the chat room.
o Click on “Go Chat” to participate in an ongoing sports chat. (You can go to a different chat by
choosing from the index of topics listed on the left side of the screen. Place the cursor over the
topic and hit Select on the keyboard).
o Click on “Messages” to read previous messages. Select a topic from the list to view that message
board.
o To start a new discussion on your chosen topic, click “Create New Conversation”.
o See Chat (page 12) for more information on using WorldGate chat rooms.
The Lifestyles Link
Lifestyles links to general interest topics.
Click on the button below each graphic to go to that topic.
• Weather shows current local conditions, local forecasts, and weather from selected locations around the
world. This site also allows you to link to satellite and radar weather maps, high and low temperatures,
and other weather topics. Buttons across the top of any map page take you to the other maps.
• Cooking links to the iChef.TV home page.
• Events helps you find out “What’s Happening” in the area.
o Search by genre. Click on Arts, Theater, Music, Dance, Opera, and This Week.
o Search by venue (location). Click on the letter range for the first word in a location name.
Example: Click on “A-D” for Dallas Museum of Art
• Horoscope – Click on an astrological sign for current horoscope.
• Local Lifestyles includes listings and contact information for:
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o Health Services – local and area health care providers
o Government Offices - local and area governing bodies
o Schools – local schools and training programs
o Travel – local travel agencies
More Lifestyles includes additional lifestyle links:
o Generation X links to:
ƒ Alloy
ƒ IGN.com
o Family links to:
ƒ MyFamily.com
ƒ HGTV
ƒ Baby Center
o Health links to:
ƒ WebMD
ƒ HealthLink
ƒ Kids Health
o Kids links to:
ƒ Cartoon Network
ƒ FunBrain.com
ƒ Yahooligans
ƒ MaMaMedia.com
Lifestyles Chat links to the WorldGate chat room focusing on lifestyles topics.
o You must log in (see Log In in the Tour the WorldGate Keyboard section on page 5) to use the
chat. If you have already logged in, you will not have to repeat the log in procedure.
o On the WorldGate Chat page, enter the name you want to use as your chat name. This name will
appear on any message you post to the chat room.
o Click on “Go Chat” to participate in an ongoing lifestyles chat. (You can go to a different chat by
choosing from the index of topics listed on the left side of the screen. Place the cursor over the
topic and hit Select on the keyboard).
o Click on “Messages” to read previous messages. Select a topic from the list to view that message
board.
o To start a new discussion on your chosen topic, click “Create New Conversation”.
o See Chat (page 12) for more information on using WorldGate chat rooms.
The Shopping Link
Shopping links to online shopping sites and listings for local and area retailers.
Links include:
• QVC website
• Wal-Mart website
• FreeShop.com
• Amazon.com
• Local Shopping includes local listings and contact information for:
o Health & Diet Foods
o Sportswear
o Ticket Sales – entertainment and sports event tickets
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o Local Product Search takes you to online Yellow Pages. Follow the on-screen instructions to
activate the search. You can also use the White Pages to search for a person and E-mail Search to
locate e-mail addresses for registered users
More Shopping links to:
o eBay
o KBKids.com
o Target
o Travelocity.com
Shopping Chat links to the WorldGate chat room focusing on shopping.
o You must log in (see Log In in the Tour the WorldGate Keyboard section on page 5) to use the
chat. If you have already logged in, you will not have to repeat the log in procedure.
o On the WorldGate Chat page, enter the name you want to use as your chat name. This name will
appear on any message you post to the chat room.
o Click on “Go Chat” to participate in an ongoing shopping chat. (You can go to a different chat by
choosing from the index of topics listed on the left side of the screen. Place the cursor over the
topic and hit Select on the keyboard).
o Click on “Messages” to read previous messages. Select a topic from the list to view that message
board.
o To start a new discussion on your chosen topic, click “Create New Conversation”.
o See Chat (page 12) for more information on using WorldGate chat rooms.
The Business Link
Business opens with a top news story. Click on “Read” to see the article.
The Business page includes links for:
• Bloomburg stock quote – type in the name of the stock and click “Go”
• Headlines links to business news headlines and stories. Click on “Read” to read the article. “More
Headlines” displays additional news.
• My Portfolio
• Indices – current stock market activity
• Local Business links to local listings and contact information for:
o Banks
o Financial Advice – financial advisory businesses
o Real Estate –realtor services
o Services – business services
The Entertainment Link
Entertainment includes a top news story from the entertainment world. Click on “Read” to see the article.
The Entertainment page includes these links:
• Headlines links to entertainment news headlines and stories. Click on “Read” to read the article. “More
Headlines” displays additional news.
• TV Listings links to GEUS Cable TV listings. Click on “Details” for information about a show.
Select the buttons across the bottom of the Entertainment screen for:
• Movies - find a movie listing and/or theater:
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o Type in your zip code (or the zip code of a city you are interested in) in the “Enter Zip Code”
box
o Click the À arrow at the right of the “New Radius” box to change the range of your search
(within miles of the zip code entered above)
o Select “Movies” for a list of movies available in that zip code
o Select a movie
o Click “Times” for a listing of theaters and show times for that movie
o Click “Details” for information about the movie
o Select “Theater” for a list of movie theaters in the chosen zip code
o Select a theater
o Click “Details” for the theater address and movie listing
o Select “New Releases” for a list of recently released films (be prepared – the list is long!)
o Select a movie
o Click “Times” to determine if the movie is playing in your area and at what times
o Click “Details” for information about a selected film (info available only for films showing in
the selected zip code)
o Select “Movie News” for news articles about movies
o Choose an article title
o Click “Details” to read the article
o Select “Search” to find a particular movie or actor
o Select “Change Zip Code” to find movie information for another location
Games offers a selection of games you can play using your keyboard and TV. To play a game, click on
the arrow to the left of the game title.
Instructions and/or rules are included for most games. Enjoy playing:
o Video Poker
o Destroyer
o Tic-Tac-Toe
o Slot Machine
o Solitaire
o Invisible Maze
o Hangman
o Concentration
o Plaid Libs
o Word P. I.
Local Fun includes listings and contact information for local and area:
o Local Events
o Museums
o Night Clubs
o Restaurants
o Theaters
More Fun links to:
o E!Online
o NBCi
o This Day in History
Note: Some links may change from time to time as WorldGate updates are made.
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The Navigation Bar
Note: You must be connected to WorldGate to use these features. Channel Hyperlinking does not allow you to
use e-mail, chat, games, etc. Connect by hitting the purple WG/TV button on the keyboard.
A series of buttons on the left side of the screen allows you to take full advantage of WorldGate functions.
• Home returns you to the WorldGate home page. (You can also click Home on the keyboard.)
• E-mail (see E-mail below) allows you to send, receive, delete, or save messages.
• Chat (see Chat on page 12) takes you to online discussions about a variety of topics.
• Web (see The Web on page 13) provides Internet access.
• Games takes you directly to the WorldGate game room. (see Games information above under
Entertainment)
• Setup/Help (see Setup on page 15) is your WorldGate tool kit. From this page you can change your
password, add or remove users, set parental controls, and review the terms and conditions of your
WorldGate service. This link also allows you to take a “tour” of general information about WorldGate.
• Customer Care gives GEUS customer service locations and contact information for WorldGate
support.
Remember: When you move from one page to another, a “Stop” button appears in the upper left corner of
the screen. There is also an indicator that shows the loading progress of the new site. To stop the page from
loading and remain where you are, click “Stop”.
The instructions below assume you are already logged on to WorldGate! If not, see “To log on” under
Getting Started.
E-mail
To write and send an e-mail message:
• Click the E-Mail button on your keyboard or select “E-Mail” from the navigation bar.
• Log in. (see Log In in the Tour the WorldGate Keyboard section on page 5) If you have logged in
earlier in your WorldGate session, you will not need to do this.
• Click “Compose”.
• Select an address from the address book and click “Continue”.
• If you want to e-mail a person not listed in your address book, click “New Addressee” then click
“Continue” and enter the e-mail address in the space provided.
• Type in a subject .
• If you want to send a copy of your message to someone besides the message recipient, enter their e-mail
address in the “CC” entry box and click “Continue”.
• Type in your message.
• Click “Send” and wait for the “Your e-mail has been sent” message. Messages you have sent will be
saved automatically in a “Sent” folder. (You can access this folder from your e-mail inbox. See “Read email messages” below.)
• If your message was sent to a new addressee, you will see a prompt to save the address. Click “Yes” to
save the e-mail address to your address book.
• Click “Write more e-mail” to compose another message.
• Click “Menu” to return to the main e-mail page.
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To read e-mail messages:
• Click the E-Mail button on your keyboard or select “E-Mail” from the navigation bar.
• Log in (see Log In in the Tour the WorldGate Keyboard section on page 5) If you have logged in
earlier in your WorldGate session, you will not need to do this.
• A welcome message tells you how many new messages you have in your mailbox.
• Click “Inbox” to display messages
• Select the message you want to read (put the cursor over the message and hit Select on the keyboard)
• After you read a message you can use the buttons displayed below the message.
o Save the message in a “Saved” folder.
o Delete the message.
o Forward the message to another person.
o Reply to the message with a message of your own.
o Next opens the next message in your list.
o Inbox returns you to the message list.
o Menu displays the main e-mail menu.
• Click “Inbox” to return to the message list.
• Click “Saved Folder” to read messages you have saved.
• Click “Sent” to read messages you have sent.
To set up your address book:
• Click the E-Mail button on your keyboard or select “E-Mail” from the navigation bar.
• Log in (see Log In in the Tour the WorldGate Keyboard section on page 5) If you have logged in
earlier in your WorldGate session, you will not need to do this.
• Click “Address Book” on the E-mail page.
• Saved addresses (if you have any) will appear.
• To add an address:
o Click on “Add”.
o Enter a name and e-mail address in the boxes.
o Click “Add”.
o If you make a mistake, click “Clear Entries” and start over.
• To remove an address:
o Place the cursor over the address (in your address book list) you want to delete.
o Click Select on the keyboard.
o Click “Delete”.
• To change an address:
o Select the address you want to modify.
o Click “Change”.
o Make your changes in the entry boxes using the keyboard Arrows, Backspace, and Del keys.
o Click “Change”.
o If you change your mind, click “Reset Entries” to restore the original information.
WorldGate Chat
Note: You will need to Log In (see Log In in the Tour the WorldGate Home Page section on page 5) to use
the Chat and Message Boards if you have not logged in earlier in your WorldGate session.
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To join a chat or online forum:
• Click on “Chat” on the Navigation Bar. (see Navigation Bar on page 10)
• Log in, if necessary.
• Click on “WorldGate”
• Select a chat room in the menu.
• Enter a your name or a nickname in the “Chat Name” entry box & click “Submit”. This will be the name
you use whenever you join this chat.
• Be sure to check out the Terms & Conditions for using the WorldGate chat rooms.
• Click “Message” to read messages posted on the Message Boards:
o Lifestyles
o Entertainment
o Sports
o Shopping
o News
o Business
• You can also access these chat rooms through the links on the center of the home page.
• Click on “Need Help” for detailed instructions for using the chat rooms.
To view messages posted in online forums:
• Click on “Chat” on the Navigation Bar. (see Navigation Bar on page 10)
• Log in, if necessary.
• Click on “Messages”.
• Select a topic from the list to view that message board.
The Web
You must Log In (see Log In in the Tour the WorldGate Keyboard section on page 5) to connect to the
Internet. If you have logged in earlier in your WorldGate session, you will not need to do this.
To access a web site, do one of the following:
• Enter the web site’s URL (web address) in the address box. Remember to place the cursor in the box and
hit Select to highlight the entry box. Click “Go” or hit Enter on the keyboard.
Note: A web address usually begins with http:// or www. An address that includes the @ symbol is NOT
a web site address, it’s an e-mail address!
• Enter a keyword to search for a web site. A keyword is a word or phrase that describes the content of the
site you are looking for. Click “Go”. A list of web sites dealing with your keyword topic will appear.
Click on a site to connect to it.
• Click Go on the keyboard. Enter the URL and click “Go” or hit the Enter key.
• Return to a site you have saved in your bookmarks. (see below)
To use Bookmarks
Bookmarks allows you to save the web addresses of sites you would like to visit again
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To create a bookmark:
o Hit Save when you are visiting a web site you want to return to.
o The web address of the site will be saved in your Bookmarks folder.
To return to a bookmarked (or saved) site:
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o Click on “The Web” or hit the Go button.
o Click on “Bookmarks”.
o Select the site you want to visit by placing the cursor over the site name on the bookmark list and
hitting Select on the keyboard.
o Click on “Go to” to view the selected web site.
To remove a bookmark:
o Click on “The Web” or hit the Go button.
o Click on “Bookmarks”
o Select the site you want to delete from the list.
o Click “Delete” to remove the site from the list.
o A confirmation page will appear asking if you want to delete the bookmark for that site.
o Click “Yes” to remove the bookmark, “No” if you have changed your mind.
Other bookmark options:
o Copy copies a bookmark from the main bookmark list to the Channel Hyperlinking list (or vice
versa).
o Move moves the selected site back and forth between the main bookmark list to the Channel
Hyperlinking list.
o Show displays the URL (web address) of the selected bookmark site. Click on “Go to URL” to
visit the site or “Change Selection” to return to the bookmark list.
o Back takes you back to the Web entry page.
o Home takes you to the WorldGate home page.
To move within a website or move to another web page:
• To choose a menu item, point the cursor to the item and hit Select.
• To choose a navigation button, point the cursor to the button and hit Select.
Note: To select a button, the tip of the arrow must be within the borders of the button.
• To go to a link within the web site or a link to another web page, point the cursor to the underlined link
or graphic, then hit Select or Enter.
• If you know the URL, or web address, of a site you want to visit, press the Go key, then enter the
address and click the “Go” button or press Enter on the keyboard.
• When you move from one page to another, a “Stop” button appears in the upper left corner of the screen.
There is also an indicator that shows the loading progress of the new site. To stop the page from loading
and remain where you are, click “Stop”
Note: You will not be able to leave a page if an action button is visible. Action buttons include “yes”, “no”,
“continue”, “OK”, “next”, etc. Select the appropriate button (point the cursor to it and hit Select), then link
to another page following the instructions above.
Note: You will not be able to navigate to another web page if you have reached a website using the Channel
Hyperlink from your TV. You must be logged on to WorldGate to surf the web!
Games
The WorldGate gameroom offers a selection of games you can play using your keyboard and TV.
To play a game, click on the arrow to the left of the game title. Instructions and/or rules are included for most
games.
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Games include:
• Video Poker
• Destroyer
• Tic-Tac-Toe
• Slot Machine
• Solitaire
• Invisible Maze
• Hangman
• Concentration
• Plaid Libs
• Word P. I.
Setup/Help
Remember: You can use the tab key to move from one data entry box to the next one.
To add new user names:
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Connect to WorldGate by pressing the purple WG/TV button on the keyboard.
Click Setup on the navigation bar at the left of the home page.
Select “Setup” on the Setup page.
Click “User Setup”
Enter your primary user password. Select “Submit”.
On the new screen, select “Add New User” from the lower row of buttons.
Enter (type in) the new user’s first name in the entry box labeled “First Name”
Enter the new user’s last name in the box labeled “Last Name”
Enter a user name to be used in the new user’s e-mail address (follow the on-screen rules for user
names)
Enter a 4-digit password for the new user. Passwords use numbers 0-9 only. Example: 1 2 3 4
Make a note of the password for future reference.
Select “Continue”
A new screen shows the information you entered. If the information is correct, select “Confirm”.
If the information is not correct, hit “Change” and enter the correct user information.
The next screen confirms the new user account.
To set parental control options for this user, click on “set Parental Control”.
Click on “Add User” to add another user account.
Click “Continue” to return to the User Account Page.
Your new user information will appear on the screen. If it is correct, click “Confirm”. If not, select
“Change”. This will take you back through the process, beginning with name entry.
To remove a user name:
• Log on to WorldGate by clicking WG/TV on the keyboard.
• Click Setup on the navigation bar at the left of the home page.
• Select “Setup” in the Setup menu.
• Enter your primary user password. Select “Submit”.
• Select the user name you want to remove.
• Select “Delete”.
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On the next screen, select “Yes” to delete the user or “No” if you have changed your mind or chosen the
wrong name by mistake. Clicking “No” returns you to the Accounts Page.
To change settings for any/all users:
• Connect to WorldGate by clicking WG/TV on the keyboard.
• Click Setup on the navigation bar at the left of the home page.
• Select “Setup” in the Setup menu.
• Enter your primary user password. Select “Submit”.
• Select the user name.
• Click “User Info”.
• On the next screen, highlight the information you want to change by placing the cursor over it and
hitting Select on the keyboard.
• To change, delete the information in the appropriate box and enter the new information.
• Click “Update User Info”.
• If the information shown on the confirmation screen is correct, click “Confirm”. If you have made a
mistake or changed your mind, click “Cancel”
To change a user’s password:
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Connect to WorldGate by clicking WG/TV on the keyboard.
Click Setup on the navigation bar at the left of the home page.
Select “Passwords”.
Click on the À next to the user name displayed to show all names.
Select the user whose password you want to change.
Enter the current password in the box provided.
Enter the new password.
Retype the new password in the box provided.
Click “Change Password”.
If you make a mistake in retyping the password, you’ll get a prompt to try again.
A confirmation screen tells you when the password change has been successfully completed.
Click “Continue”.
Note: You can also change passwords by following the instructions in “To change settings for any/all
users” above.
To change parental controls for an individual user:
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Connect to WorldGate by clicking WG/TV on the keyboard.
Click Setup on the navigation bar at the left of the home page.
Select “Setup”.
Enter the primary user’s password.
Select “Submit”.
Select the user name you want to make changes for.
Select “Parental Control”.
On the Parental Control screen, set the controls you want for that user or set “no parental control”.
Click “Change Settings” to make the change, or “Cancel” if you have made a mistake or changed your
mind.
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To set parental controls for all users:
• Connect to WorldGate by clicking WG/TV on the keyboard.
• Click Setup on the navigation bar at the left of the home page.
• Select “Setup”.
• Enter the primary user’s password.
• Select “Submit”.
• Click “Household Parental Control”
• On the Parental Control screen, set the controls you want for all users or set “no parental control”.
• Click “Change Settings” to make the change, or “Cancel” if you have made a mistake or changed your
mind.
Using Help
Help is your online instruction book.
To access help:
• Click the Help key or click on “Setup/Help” on the navigation bar.
• Click on “Help” on the Setup page.
• Click Internet, E-mail, FAQ, or Setup
• Click on the arrow next to the topic for step-by-step instructions
Internet
• Using Bookmarks
• Channel Hyperlinking (linking to web sites from a TV show or ad)
• Viewing the contents of the Home Page Links
• Using the Zoom feature
• The Navigation Bar
• Typing without a keyboard
E-mail
• Reading and writing e-mail
• Using the address book
FAQs (frequently asked questions) about:
• Logging in
• E-mail
• The Internet
• Setup
• The keyboard and remote control
Setup
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Changing parental controls
Passwords
Using help
How to reach us
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Take a WorldGate Tour
• Click on “Setup/Help” on the navigation bar or click the Help button on the keyboard.
• Click on “Tour”.
Troubleshooting
For more solutions, go to the online FAQ section. Click “Setup/Help” on the Navigation Bar.
The Back button on the tool bar doesn’t take you to the previous WorldGate screen:
Select Home, then select the page you want.
You can’t access other web sites from the page you are viewing:
1. If you reached the page via Channel Hyperlinking from the TV, you won’t be able to navigate to other
sites. Connect to WorldGate by clicking WG/TV on the keyboard.
2. If you are connected to WorldGate, select Go on the tool bar across the top of the screen. Enter the web
address (URL) of the page you want to visit.
When you type in an entry box or an e-mail message, the information is garbled:
You are probably typing too fast for WorldGate to keep up!!! Try entering the information more slowly.
When you click in a page or try to perform an action, nothing happens:
The signal from the keyboard to the cable box may be blocked. Make sure you are within 16 feet of the TV and
cable box and that nothing is in the way.
Note: Some web pages load slowly. Check for the progress bar in the upper left corner to determine if a page is
loading.
You get a “Sorry, try again later” message when trying to connect to WorldGate.
Wait until the cable channel you were watching comes back on. Then press the WG/TV button on the keyboard.
If you can’t connect after several tries, contact Customer Service at 903-457-2800 during regular office hours.
Your account name doesn’t appear on log in.
If you are the primary user, exit WorldGate then connect again by pressing the WG/TV button on the
keyboard. If your name still doesn’t display, call Customer Service at 903-457-2800 during regular office hours.
The primary user can create accounts (see “To add new user names” on page 15) for other users.
I can’t find instructions for using the chat rooms on the Help page.
Chat help is embedded in the Chat page.
• Click on “Chat” on the Navigation Bar.
• Log in, if necessary.
• Click on “WorldGate”
• Click “Need Help”
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Programming the Keyboard
If your keyboard wasn’t programmed at the time of installation or if you want to use a different TV set for your
WorldGate service, you will need to program the keyboard to recognize your TV.
To program the TV:
1. Find the code number for your TV in the TV Code List below. If more than one code is listed for your
TV, use the code listed first.
2. On your WorldGate keyboard, press and hold the left Alt key, the Select key, and the TV Power key at
the same time. Hold these keys for at least 3 seconds, until the Low Batt light blinks twice.
3. Using the number keys on the keyboard (the top row of “typewriter” keys), enter the three-digit
television code number for your TV set
4. Press Enter. If you have entered a valid code, the Low Batt light will blink twice. (If the light doesn’t
blink, repeat steps 2 - 4, making sure you enter the correct code numbers.)
5. Aim the keyboard at the TV and press the TV Power key. If the TV comes on, you have programmed
the keyboard correctly. If the TV doesn’t respond, try using the remaining codes listed for your TV and
repeat steps 2 - 4, trying each code listed for your TV until you find the one that operates it. If your TV
still doesn’t work with the keyboard, try searching for the proper code. (see To search for a TV code
below)
6. When you have successfully programmed the keyboard for your TV, write down the correct code for
future reference.
Note: If you press the TV Power, CH +, or CH – keys by mistake in step 3 instead of pressing a number
key, the keyboard enters the code search mode. Begin again with step 2.
To search for a TV code:
1. Turn off the TV.
2. On the WorldGate keyboard, press the left Alt key, the Select key, and the TV Power key all at the
same time.
3. Hold the keys for at least 3 seconds, until the LED indicator blinks twice.
4. Turn on the TV manually, using the controls on the TV (do not use the remote).
5. Aim the keyboard at the TV. Press and hold TV Power until the TV turns off. The keyboard will search
all available codes to find one that works with your TV – this could take more than a minute.
6. Immediately after the TV turns off, release the TV Power key. Slowly press the CH- key a few times
(do not hold) until the TV turns on.
7. Press Enter to store the TV code.
8. Verify the code by aiming the keyboard at the TV and pressing Power.
9. If the TV does not respond, repeat steps 1-8.
Television Codes
ADMIRAL
ADYSON
AIKO
AIWA
AKAI
021, 034, 035, 083, 099, 114, 224, 307, 316, 321, 330
107, 128, 132
021,081,107, 128
013, 015, 032, 033, 132
006, 009, 021, 027, 031, 035, 050, 053,073, 093,
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ALBA
ALBIRAL
AMARK
AMSTRAD
ANAM
099, 107, 114, 125, 128, 145,225, 342
008, 073, 099, 107, 125, 128, 153
009, 099, 115, 121,250
381, 370
021, 029, 034, 092, 167, 204
082, 335, 344, 370, 383, 384, 385, 386, 387, 388,390
ANAM NATIONAL
303
ANITECH
AOC
ARC EN CIEL
ARCAM
ARISTONA
ARTHUR MARTIN
ASA
ASBERG
ASUKA
ATLANTIC
AUDIOSONIC
AUDIOTON
AUSIND
AUTOVOX
BAIRD
BANG & OLUFSEN
BARCO
BASIC LINE
BAUER
BAZIN
BEKO
BELL & HOWELL
BIGSTON
BINATONE
BLAUPUNKT
BONDSTEC
BOOTS
BRANDT
BRION VEGA
BRITANNIA
BROKSON1C
BRUNS
BSR
BUSH
CANDLE
CENTURION
CENTURY
CGE
009, 024
342
013, 014, 027, 101, 182
014, 107, 128, 182, 197, 232
009,038,040,050, 180
035, 053, 099
004, 020, 026, 035, 083, 099, 134, 174, 184, 187, 224
009,080
034, 073, 107, 128, 138
009, 107, 128, 197, 198
009, 147
021, 107, 128
039, 074, 080, 098, 134, 148
026, 035, 039, 074, 080, 083, 085, 086, 107, 115, 128, 134, 187, 220, 222, 266
018,027,093,099, 114, 125
083
083, 101, 149, 150
073
035, 041, 050, 053, 099
035, 107, 128, 130
220, 237
316
021, 034
107, 128
006, 050, 207, 225, 244
115
107, 128, 145
013, 014, 027, 101, 119, 142, 154, 182
009, 016, 083, 086, 202, 239
107, 128, 197
309, 342, 345
083, 190, 224, 256
021, 035, 053, 099, 114, 125, 166
004, 008, 009, 035, 045, 051, 053, 073, 077, 099, 114,134, 153, 160, 167, 241
058, 325
353
083, 115, 224, 225
021, 035, 039, 053, 074, 080, 082, 094, 099, 111, 114, 115, 125,
133, 185, 220, 223, 261
024,058,316,325
083, 113, 121, 135, 190
034, 073, 080, 107, 115, 128, 147, 237
CITIZEN
CLARIVOX
CLATRONIC
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COLORTYPE
CONCERTO
CONDOR
CONTEC
CONTINENTAL EDISON
CORONADO
CRAIG
CROSLEX
CROSLEY
CROWN
CRYSTAL
CS ELECTRONIC
CTC CLATRONIC
CTV EXQUISIT
CURTIS MATHES
CXC
DAEWOO
DAINICHI
DAYTRON
DECCA
DEGRAAF
DIXI
DUAL
DUAL-TEC
DUMONT
DYNATRON
ELBE
ELECTROHOME
ELEKTRA
ELEKTRONSKA
ELITE
ELMAN
ELTA
EMERSON
ENVISION
ERRES
ETRON
EUROMAN
EUROPHON
FENNER
FERGUSON
FIDELITY
FINLANDIA
FINLUX
FIRST LINE
FISHER
315
058, 067, 315
009, 021, 039, 107, 128, 197, 237, 263
021, 051, 069, 082, 107, 128, 166, 178,382
013, 014, 027, 101, 119, 142, 154, 182
381
082, 309, 337, 334, 345
358
035, 039, 074, 080, 083, 009, 114, 115, 125, 133, 224
006, 021, 024, 073, 080, 237, 279, 381
009
107, 115, 128, 220
009, 019, 073, 115, 250
009
307, 316, 353
082
009, 021, 024, 073, 107, 128, 160, 209, 250, 251, 318,
328, 342, 366, 381, 401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 406, 407
073
021, 024, 353
000, 018, 030, 042, 090, 107, 113, 128, 156, 172, 233
035,049,093,099, 114
009, 021, 190, 194
009, 021, 035, 053, 055, 099, 107, 128, 138
053, 107, 128
004, 009, 019, 020, 026, 035, 039, 068,083, 099, 114, 125,
174, 187, 224, 250, 251
009
035, 099, 107, 112, 113, 121, 128, 177, 229, 235, 238
308, 315, 342, 353
316
102, 113
009, 073, 176
019, 053, 099
021, 114
018, 024, 078, 082, 092, 096, 263, 309, 331, 332, 334, 342, 345, 360, 381
315
009, 038
035, 099
107, 128
019, 053, 099, 102, 107, 113, 115, 128, 172,220,233
021
007, 016, 027, 035, 043, 054, 119, 121, 147, 161, 170, 187, 195
005, 007, 035, 071, 099, 107, 114, 128, 157, 181, 197, 205
026, 035, 093, 099
004, 009, 019, 020, 026, 035, 068, 074, 080, 083, 098, 099,
111, 114, 134, 150,174, 185, 187, 224
009, 021, 035, 099, 107, 124, 128, 220
020, 027, 035, 051, 083, 093, 099, 104, 107, 114, 125,
128, 136, 138, 190, 237, 250, 306, 314
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FORMENTI
FORMENTI PHOENIX
FORTRESS
FRONTECH
FUNAI
FUTURETECH
GBC
GE
GEC
GELOSO
GENERAL TECHNIC
GENEXXA
GOLDSTAR
GOODMONS
GORENJE
GPM
GRAETZ
GRANADA
GRUNDIG
HALIFAX
HALLMARK
HANTAREX
HEMMERMANN
HIFIVOX
HIGASHI
HINARI
HISAWA
HITACHI
HOMPTON
HONSEATIC
HYPER
IMPERIAL
INFINITY
INGERSOL
INKEL
INNO HIT
INNOVATION
INTERBUY
INTERFUNK
INTERVISION
IRRADIO
ISUKAI
ITT
ITT-NOKIA
JBL
009, 035, 039, 041, 074, 080, 083, 099, 107, 128, 197, 224, 263
035, 098, 099, 181
083, 089, 224
021, 034, 035, 099, 114, 115, 125, 147, 220, 250, 251FUJITSU
018, 035, 096, 114, 222, 228
021, 034, 082, 096, 138, 147, 166, 228
082
021, 035, 051, 053, 073, 099, 114, 125
301, 303, 307, 322, 329, 348, 357
009, 018, 035, 053, 056, 099, 107, 110, 113, 114, 128, 172, 233, 250
021, 035, 053, 073, 099, 115, 220
021
035, 073, 099, 114
009, 021, 024, 026, 033, 035, 053, 055, 058, 099, 107, 115, 117, 128, 155,
168, 181, 190, 197, 220, 221, 250, 342, 353, 370, 374, 381, 411
009, 018, 035, 045, 051, 053, 064, 155, 160,167
009, 255
021, 073
035, 099
009, 015, 018, 035, 038, 045, 051, 074, 075, 080, 093, 098, 099,
107, 113, 114, 128, 132, 172
004, 006, 012, 032, 050, 074, 080, 098, 119, 134, 158,225
034, 107, 128
315
009, 113, 172
035, 099
013, 027, 101, 182
107, 128
021, 035, 045, 051, 053, 073, 093, 096, 099, 114, 228
073, 083
001, 010, 013, 025, 026, 027, 035, 036, 045, 049, 051, 052,
053, 056, 059, 062, 072, 082, 099, 107, 108, 110, 119, 127,
128, 145, 163, 165, 327, 381, 340, 375
107, 128
009, 035, 051, 181, 224, 263
021, 053, 073, 107, 115, 128, 181
035, 039, 053, 074, 080, 099, 111, 115,133, 185, 220, 261
358
021
410
009, 018, 021, 035, 073, 080, 107, 113, 115, 128, 155, 172
009, 227
021, 115
009, 027, 035, 038, 053, 080, 083, 099, 164, 224
009, 053, 107, 115, 128, 214, 219
009, 021, 039, 074, 080, 098, 117, 155, 171
073
008, 020, 035, 045, 053, 074, 080, 093, 099, 125, 127, 137, 160, 164, 176
008, 020, 035, 045, 053, 080, 093, 099, 137, 139, 160, 164
358
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JC PENNEY
JOHNSON
JVC
KAISER
KAISUI
KAMOSONIC
KARCHER
KAWASHO
KENDO
KENNEDY
KINSLEY
KONKA
KORTING
KTV
KURAZAI
KYOTO
LENCO
LENOIR
LESA
LEYEO
LIFETEC
LODGENET
LOEWE
LOEWE OPTA
LOGIK
LUMA
LUXMAN
LUXOR
LXI
LYCO
MAGEL
MAGNADYNE
MAGNAFON
MAGNATON
MAGNAVOX
MAJESTIC
MARANTZ
MARECH
MARELLI
MARK
MATSUI
MAXIMAL
McMICHAEL
MEDIATOR
MEGATRON
MEMOREX
MEMPHIS
METZ
MGA
MINERVA
301, 303, 306, 322, 342, 350
107, 128
027, 031, 045, 051, 063, 065, 099, 338, 379, 352
009, 073, 107, 128, 181, 203, 213
073
107,128
009, 026, 035, 107, 128, 181
009, 107, 197, 315
019, 021
007, 035, 099, 112, 114, 125
107, 128
167
083, 109, 224
024, 082, 107, 128, 381, 342, 334, 333
316
099, 114, 125
035, 209
021, 107, 128
115, 220
147
009, 021, 034, 227
316
358
009, 083, 113, 148, 172, 224, 233
161, 316
009, 035, 099
058, 315
026, 035, 052, 053, 080, 093, 099, 107, 117, 125, 128, 155, 163, 164
347, 330, 317
034, 147
226
009, 019, 021, 035, 053, 083, 099, 102, 113, 115, 172, 220, 224, 233, 246
019, 035, 039, 074, 080, 107, 113, 172, 181,197
107, 128, 233
305, 311, 322, 325, 336, 353, 369, 358, 381
316
009, 342, 378, 343
263
083, 224
009
008, 009, 018, 021, 035, 051, 088, 092, 099, 107, 110, 128, 153, 167
035, 099
056
009
370
021, 316
018, 021
002, 006, 050, 083, 084, 141, 184, 193, 211, 224, 225
067, 308, 321, 342, 353, 363, 378
004, 006, 012, 050, 074, 080, 098, 134
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MITSUBISHI
MIVAR
MONTGOMERY WARD
MULTITECH
MURPHY
NAD
NATIONAL
NEC
NECKERMANN
NEI
NESCO
NEWTECH
NICAMAGIC
NIKKAI
NOBIKO
NOGAMATIC
NOKIA
NORDMENDE
OCEANIC
ONCEAS
ONWA
OPTONICA
ORION
ORITRON
OSAKA
OSAKI
OSUME
OTTO VERSAND
PACE
PAEL
PANAMA
PANASONIC
PATHE CINEMA
PATHE MARCONI
PHILCO
PHILEX
PHILIPS
PHOENIX
PHONOLA
PIONEER
PORTLAND
PRANDONI-PRINCE
PRANDONI-ROMCE
PRIMA
PRINZ
PROFEX
006, 009, 011, 017, 021, 042, 045, 050, 051, 066, 067, 083,
091,114, 308, 321, 342, 343, 353, 363, 378
074, 080, 102, 105, 107, 113, 128, 134, 155, 172, 177, 181, 197, 233
301, 305, 316, 321, 330, 381, 342, 360, 353,
019, 021, 107, 113, 114, 115, 128, 172, 220, 233, 250
020, 035, 099, 114
037
015
021, 045, 046, 051, 144, 342, 353
009, 035, 050, 083, 099, 107, 128, 224, 265, 267, 271
009
15
107, 128
107, 128, 197
009, 018 035, 047, 053, 061, 073, 096
019, 039, 074, 080, 098, 107, 115, 128, 134, 181
013, 027, 101, 182
008, 020, 035, 045, 053, 080, 093, 099, 114, 125, 137, 160, 164, 176, 200
001, 010, 013, 014, 027, 031, 035, 053, 086, 099, 101, 119,
125, 126, 145, 152, 162, 179, 182
035, 053, 076, 093, 095, 099, 232
107, 128
082, 203
089
008, 009, 021, 034, 035, 042, 092, 099, 124, 125, 153, 166, 193, 269
146
061, 166
018, 034, 061, 064, 073, 107, 128
018, 069
035, 043, 045, 050, 051, 099, 107, 128
258
039, 080, 098, 107, 128, 181, 261
021, 034, 107, 128
015, 022, 023, 035, 053, 062, 087, 091 097, 099, 106,
114, 116, 122, 127, 303, 348, 361, 372
053, 099, 107, 121, 128, 181, 199, 232, 263
013, 014, 027, 101, 119, 142, 154, 182
220, 224, 305, 311, 325, 342, 358, 381
007, 035
009, 038, 040, 056, 060, 083, 100, 107, 118, 120, 123, 128,
132, 151, 160, 177, 181, 183, 197, 224, 260, 311, 305, 358
009, 083, 099, 125, 224
009, 038, 040, 083, 100, 107, 118, 128, 132, 151, 183, 224
009, 027, 035, 037, 099, 114, 119, 347, 319, 372
024, 381, 339
035, 080, 098, 099, 113, 115, 172, 220, 233
080, 099, 172
021, 035, 099, 114, 125
018
021, 035, 099
24
PROSCAN
PROTECH
PROTON
QUASAR
QUELLE
RADIOLA
RADIOMARELLI
RADIONETTE
RANK
RAWSONIC
RBM
RCA
REALISTIC
REDIFFUSION
Remote Control Unit
REX
ROADSTAR
ROBOTRONE
SABA
SAISHO
SALORA
SAMBERS
SAMPO
SAMSUNG
SANKYO
SANSUI
SANYO
SBR
SCHAUB LORENZ
SCHNEIDER
SCOTT
SEARS
SEG
SEI
SELECO
SENTRA
SHARP
SIAREM
SICATEL
SIEL
SIEMENS
SIERRA
SIGNATURE 2000
SILVER
SINGER
307, 312, 357, 364
009, 019, 021, 034, 035, 099, 107, 110, 114, 115, 125, 128, 147, 220
024, 315
303, 348
004, 006, 009, 012, 020, 026, 035, 039,042, 050, 053, 074,
080, 082, 098, 099, 107, 115, 128, 134, 155, 174, 187
009, 038, 123
009, 011, 021, 035, 083, 099, 102, 113, 115, 224, 246
020, 026, 053
004, 134
107, 128
004, 077, 134, 241
303, 307, 312, 329, 339, 342, 346, 348, 357, 364, 371
332, 334, 360
011, 035, 099, 114, 125
140
035, 055, 085, 099, 222, 266
021, 034, 073
083
001, 010, 013, 014, 027, 035, 083, 099, 101, 113, 119, 126,
145, 152, 162, 172, 179, 182, 224, 233, 247
008, 021, 034, 035, 042, 048, 066, 092, 099, 107, 114, 125, 128
035, 052, 053, 093, 099, 110, 114, 125,137, 176
019, 039, 074, 080, 098, 113, 155, 172, 233
353
009, 018, 021, 034, 061, 092, 104, 107, 128, 129, 136,147,
155, 171, 201, 208, 237, 326, 337, 342, 353, 381, 382, 392,
393, 394, 395, 396, 397, 398
024
009
018, 020, 026, 036, 042, 045, 051, 069, 075, 083, 093, 104, 107,
128, 137, 139, 190, 304, 306, 314
009, 038, 040, 056, 060
035, 099
009, 021, 026, 035, 038, 053, 054, 055, 073, 099, 107, 123, 128, 138, 181, 238
024, 082, 096, 334, 342, 353
304, 306, 314, 326, 347, 350, 381
019, 107, 115, 128, 190, 250
019, 035, 083, 092, 099, 166, 193, 224
027, 035, 055, 085, 099, 175, 194, 222, 238, 266
053, 266
045, 051, 069, 089, 186, 205, 248, 249,302, 330, 317, 349, 351, 360
019, 035, 083, 099, 113, 172, 224, 233
121
009, 080
006, 035, 050, 069, 099, 207, 225
038, 073
381, 342, 360, 305, 301, 353, 316, 321, 330
073, 147, 241
019, 021, 035, 083, 115, 220, 224
25
SINUDYNE
SKANTIC
SOLAVOX
SONOKO
SONY
SOUNDESIGN
SOUNDWAVE
SSS
STANDARD
STERN
SUNKAI
SUPRA
SYDNEY
SYLVANIA
‘SYMPHONIC
SYNUDINE
TANDBERG
TANDY
TASHIKO
TATUNG
TEAK
TEC
TECHNICS
TECHWOOD
TEKNIKA
TELEAVIA
TELEFUNKEN
TELERENT
TELETECH
TELETON
TELEVIDEON
TENSAI
TEXEF
THOMSON
THORN
THORN
FERGUSON
TMK
TOSHIBA
TOWADA
TRANS CONTINENS
TRIUMPH
UHER
ULTRAVOX
UNIVERSUM
UNIVOX
UTHER
VEGAVOX
VESTE
008, 019, 035, 083, 092, 099, 166, 193, 224
035, 053, 099, 114, 163
035, 053, 061, 099, 114
009, 021, 107, 128, 134, 147
028, 042, 045, 051, 078, 079, 144, 231, 245, 257, 320, 368, 373, 377
082, 325
009
082
021, 073, 107, 115, 128, 263
035, 055, 085, 099, 222, 266
124, 166
021, 058
107, 128
305, 311, 322, 325, 336, 342, 353, 358, 369
334, 365
008, 009, 035, 083, 092, 099, 166, 193
013, 027, 039, 083, 134, 141
018, 035, 073, 089, 094, 099, 107,114, 115, 128, 220, 223
045, 051, 056, 107, 128
018, 030, 042, 107, 113, 128, 156, 172, 233, 303
009
021, 035, 107, 128
073, 015
058, 315
311, 316, 325, 334, 381
014, 027, 101, 119, 142, 154, 182
007, 013, 016, 027, 031, 057, 070, 082, 103, 119, 152, 161, 247
381
021, 115
099, 107, 114, 125, 128
035, 039, 107, 128, 263
009, 020, 021, 073, 160
107, 128
001, 008, 010, 013, 014, 027, 031, 039, 059, 101, 119,
134, 042, 145, 152, 154, 159,162, 165, 182
006, 020, 043, 044, 068
007, 017, 027, 043, 054, 119, 121, 147,
161, 170, 187, 195, 253
051, 058, 070
003, 004, 045, 047, 051, 080, 098, 134, 212, 350, 347, 326, 367
099, 110, 114
035, 099, 113
068, 092, 098, 113, 134, 172, 233
015, 035, 074, 080, 099, 134, 138, 263
009, 019, 035, 053, 083, 099, 107, 115 128, 181, 220, 224, 250
006, 009, 020, 026, 035, 039, 042, 080 082, 098, 099, 115, 134, 147, 174, 220
121
138
185
009, 099, 114, 125
26
VEXA
VICTOR
VIDEOTON
VIDION
VIDTECH
VISA ELECTRONICS
VORTEC
VOXSON
WALTHAM
WATSON
WATT RADIO
WEGA
WEGA COLOR
WEGAVOX
WELTBLICK
WESTON
WHITE WESTINGHOUSE
XR-1000
YOKO
YORK
ZAMPA
ZANUSSI
ZENITH
ZENITH STARSIGHT
ZOPPAS
009, 021
031
035, 107, 128
021
327, 353
099, 107, 128
009, 119
009, 035, 074, 080, 083, 099, 114
099, 107, 128, 163, 223
009, 263
019, 035, 099, 107, 114, 121, 125, 128, 181, 197
035, 045, 051, 083, 099, 224
051, 083, 263
021
009
053
019, 099, 114, 181, 197
316
009, 034, 107, 128
073, 353
053
035, 085, 099, 114
313, 366
380
035, 099
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