Craftsman 247.797853 Chipper User Manual

26” LCD Television with NTSC/ATSC Tuner
FLM-2632
20060215
FCC
Federal Communications
Commission Statement
1. Reorient/Relocate the receiving antenna.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit which is different from what the receiver is
connected to.
4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer
responsible for compliance could void the user authority to operate the
equipment.
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits of a class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
Warnings and Precautions
Warnings and Precautions
To prevent any injuries, the following safety precautions should be observed in the installation, use,
servicing and maintenance of this equipment.
Before operating this equipment, please read this manual completely, and keep it nearby for future
reference.
WARNING
CAUTION
This symbol is intended to alert the user to avoid the risk of electric shock.
This equipment must not be disassembled by anyone except qualified service personnel.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and
maintenance instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this equipment to rain or moisture.
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TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein
may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Important Safety Instructions
This symbol indicates caution points.
This symbol indicates actions that should not be done.
This symbol indicates actions that must be performed.
▪ Do not place the equipment on any uneven or unstable carts, stands, tables, shelves etc.
The equipment may fall, causing serious injury to children or adults and serious damage
to the equipment itself.
▪ Use only a cart or stand recommended by the manufacturer. This equipment and
recommended cart or stand should be handled with care. Quick stops, excessive force,
and uneven surfaces may cause the equipment and cart/stand to overturn.
▪ Do not disable the 3-wire grounding type plug. The grounding pin on the 3-prong plug is
an important feature. Removing the grounding pin will increase the risk of damaging the
equipment.
▪ If you can not fit the plug into the electrical outlet, contact an electrician to install a
grounding outlet.
▪ Always operate this equipment from the type of power source indicated on the rear of the
serial/model plate.
Warnings and Precautions
▪ Never overload wall outlets and extensions.
▪ Do not pull the AC power cord. Do not handle the AC power cord with a wet hand.
▪ Do not touch the power cord and antenna cable during lightning.
▪Remove the plug from the wall outlet, if the equipment will not be used for a long period
of time.
▪ Do not place, use or handle this equipment near water.
▪ Never expose the equipment to liquid, rain, or moisture.
Seek for service if any of the above is spilled into the equipment.
▪ Do not expose the equipment to extreme temperature or to direct sunlight, as the
equipment may heat up and suffer damage.
▪ Do not install the equipment near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or any other apparatus that might produce heat.
▪ Do not attempt to service the equipment yourself.
▪ Opening and removing the covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other
hazards and may void your warranty. Refer service to qualified personnel.
▪ Do not place or drop any other objects on top.
▪ Do not insert anything into the ventilation holes of your equipment.
Inserting any metal or flammable objects may result to fire or electric shock.
▪ Do not place the equipment on uneven or unstable carts, stands, tables, shelves etc. The
equipment may fall, causing serious injury to children or adults and serious damage to
the equipment itself.
Always place the equipment on the floor or on a surface that is sturdy, level, stable and
strong enough to support the weight of the equipment.
▪ Do not block any ventilating openings. Leave an open space around the equipment.
Never place the equipment :
on a bed, sofa, rug, or any other similar surfaces; too close to drapes/curtains/walls, in a
bookcase, built-in cabinet, or any other similar places that may cause poor ventilation.
▪ Always remove the power cord from the outlet before cleaning the equipment.
▪ Never use liquid or aerosol cleaners on the equipment.
Clean only with a soft dry cloth.
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▪ Use and handle the power cord with care. Do not place any heavy objects on the AC
power cord.
Warnings and Precautions
Outdoor Antenna Safety Instructions
If an outdoor antenna is connected, follow the precautions below:
▪ An outdoor antenna should not be located in any area where it could come in contact with
overhead power lines, or any other electric light or power circuits.
▪When installing an outdoor antenna system, extreme caution should be taken to prevent
contact with power lines. Direct contact with power lines may be fatal and should be avoided
at all costs.
Section 810 of National Electrical Code (NEC) provides information with respect to proper grounding of the
mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding
conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for
the grounding electrode.
Antenna lead-in wire
Ground clamps
Antenna discharge unit
(NEC section 810-20)
Electric service
equipment
Grounding conductors
(NEC section 810-20)
Ground clamps
Power service grounding
(NEC Art250 part H)
NEC : National Electrical code
EXAMPLE OF OUTDOOR ANTENNA GROUNDING
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Federal Communications Commission Statement........................... 1
Important Safety Instructions........................................................................................ 2
Antenna Safety Instructions.......................................................................................... 4
Chapter 1 Introducing the LCD TV
Key Features................................................................................................................ 6
Package Contents........................................................................................................ 7
Setting Up Your LCD TV............................................................................................... 8
Your LCD TV............................................................................................................... 10
Your Remote Control.................................................................................................. 12
Chapter 2 Installing the LCD TV
Connecting a TV Cable or an Antenna....................................................................... 14
Connecting a VCR...................................................................................................... 18
Connecting a Video Camera or Play Station.............................................................. 19
Connecting a DVD Player........................................................................................... 20
Connecting a Digital TV Cable Box or Digital Satellite Receiver................................ 22
Connecting an AV Equipment with HDMI Connector.................................................. 23
Connecting an AV Equipment with DVI Connector..................................................... 24
Connecting a PC........................................................................................................ 25
Connecting an Audio Receiver or a Dolby Digital 5.1 Sound System........................ 26
Chapter 3 USING THE FEATURES
Using Picture-In-Picture....................................................................................27
Wide Screen Viewing.......................................................................................29
Operating the Menu.........................................................................................30
Setting up the HDTV Function...........................................................................32
Customizing the VIDEO Settings.......................................................................35
Customizing the AUDIO Settings.......................................................................36
Customizing the SETUP Settings......................................................................37
Using the V-CHIP Settings................................................................................39
Using the Parental Settings............................................................................... 41
Customizing the TV Settings.............................................................................42
Specifications......................................................................................................... 43
Chapter 4 Programming your Remote Control
Introduction................................................................................................................ A
Programming a Device ............................................................................................. A
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................... B
Manufacturer’s Codes ............................................................................................... C
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Warnings and Precautions
Chapter 1 Introducing the LCD TV
Chapter 1
Introducing the LCD TV
Key Features
Various Audio/Video terminals for external equipment connection
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2 set of composite A/V input terminals
1 set of S-VIDEO terminals
2 set of component Video input terminals
1 VGA/ Audio input terminal
1 HDMI/Auido input terminal
1 sets of Audio(L/R) output terminals
2 SPDIF output terminal (Optical x 1 /Coaxial x 1)
1 Headphone terminal
The built-in TV tuner to receive HD ATSC
▪ This function allows the reception of HD broadcasting without the addition of a set top
box.
High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
▪ High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) is a small, user-friendly interconnect that
can carry up to 5 Gbps of combined video and audio in a single cable. This system
eliminates the cost, complexity and confusion of multiple cables used to connect
current A/V systems.
HDTV Component Video Inputs
▪ Offers the best video quality for DVD(480p) and digital set-top-box (HD1080i, 720p)
connections.
3D Digital Noise Reduction
▪ This function can digitally reduce image noise to provide better picture quality.
Film-Mode Detection (3:2 Reverse Pull Down)
▪ This function can automatically detect content derived from film and adjust the
interlacer’s frame matching to provide a more natural-looking, clearer image of the
moving picture.
PIP Function
▪ Provides viewing of two programs simultaneously, in either picture-in-picture mode or
picture-on-picture (side by side) mode.
Chapter 1 Introducing the LCD TV
Package Contents
 LCD TV
 Bottom Stand /
Screw Driver and 6 Screws
 Remote Control/
AA Batteries x 2
 VIDEO Cable
 Power Cord
 AUDIO Cable

User’s Manual


Component Cable
 Warranty Card
Quick Start Guide
These items are all you need to set up and operate the LCD TV in its basic configuration.
Make sure all of the above contents are included in the package. If you are missing
any items, please contact the Polaroid customer service department.
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Make sure all of the following contents are included.
Chapter 1 Introducing the LCD TV
Setting Up Your LCD TV
Attach the Stand
If you prefer to mount your new Polaroid TV on a wall instead of attaching it to the stand, please reference
the instructions included in the wall mounting kit (not included).
IMPORTANT: Attach the Stand to the TV with the bottom foam packaging material still attached.
Read all instructions before continuing with the stand installation.
a) Lift foam packaging material from the top of the TV out of the box.
b) Lift TV out of box, with the bottom foam packaging material still attached, and place onto a stable surface.
Shipping Box
Stand
Table
Packaging Material
c) Remove the protective bag from the LCD unit, but DO NOT remove the bottom foam packaging material.
d) Locate the place on the back of the TV to attach the stand. Secure the stand to the LCD with all six screws.
Unit
Table
Screws (6)
Stand
Unit
Table
Stand
Packaging
Material
Packaging
Material
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Connect the AC power cord at the back of the TV and connect the power cord to wall outlet.
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Insert the 2 batteries supplied in remote control.
Step1 Slide the back cover up to open the
battery compartment of the remote
control.
Step2 Insert two AA size batteries.
Make sure to match the (+) and
( - ) ends of the batteries with
the (+) and ( - ) ends indicated
in the battery compartment.
Slide the cover back into place.
Do not use caustic cleaners (porcelain, stainless steel, toilet, or oven cleaner
etc.) on the remote, as it may suffer damage.
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Connect other an external A/V device (refer to page14-26).
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Use a supplied antenna cable to connect the VHF/UHF signal to the LCD TV’s ANT. terminal
(refer to page17).
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Your LCD TV
Front/Right Side View and Controls
LED
The LED light indicates when the LCD TV is
activated.
IR
Infrared
Receiver
VOLUME▲▼
Adjusts the volume up and down.
Selects the main-menu item and change
values for items when in the OSD mode.
VIDEO1 IN
VIDEO
L
Connects to the composite
Video and Audio output jacks
on external video equipment.
AUDIO
R
CHANNEL▲▼
Scans up and down through channels.
Selects sub-menu item when in the OSD
mode.
MENU
Press once to display the OSD (on screen
display), press again to turn the OSD off.
INPUT
Chooses from different input signal sources.
Turns the LCD TV on and into standby mode.
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VIDEO1 IN
EARPHONE
Connects to the external
headhone for private
listening.
Chapter 1 Introducing the LCD TV
Rear View and Jacks
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VIDEO2 IN
Connects to the composite VIDEO and AUDIO(L/R) output jacks on external video equipment.
HDMI IN
Connects the all digital AV equipment with HDMI connector.HDMI supports enhanced,
high-definition video and two-channel digital audio. The AUDIO(L/R) of HDMI IN is for
DVI connection.
S-VIDEO IN
Connects to the S-VIDEO and AUDIO(L/R) output jacks on external
video equipment.
VGA IN
Connects the PC, or other AV equipment with VGA and
AUDIO(L/R) output jacks.
HDMI IN
VGA IN
AUDIO OUT
YPbPr IN
AUDIO
L
AUDIO
L
R
Y
Pb
Pr
R
AUDIO
L
Y
Pb
STEREO
Pr
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
R
TV
CABLE
HDTV
AIR
L
COAXIAL
AUDIO
VHF/UHF IN
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
VIDEO IN
R
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO IN
YPbPr IN
L
R
R
YPbPr1 IN/YPbPr2 IN
Connects to the DVD player, Digital Set-Top-Box, or other AV
equipment with component(YPbPr) video and audio output jacks.
AUDIO OUT-STEREO
Connects to the AUDIO(L/R) input jacks on AV equipment.
AUDIO OUT-DIGITAL-OPTICAL/COAXIAL
Connects to the OPTICAL AUDIO jack on the digital/standard 5.1
audio system.
VHF/UHF IN-TV-CABLE
Connects RF input from VHF/UHF antenna or cable.
VHF/UHF IN-HDTV-AIR
Connects RF input from VHF/UHF antenna or cable
to receive high/standard definition television.
AC IN
Connects to the AC power cord.
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Your Remote Control
This package includes a Polaroid remote that enables control of up to four devices.
To select a device, simply select one of the following device mode controls: TV, CBL/SAT, DVD/VCR,
or AUDIO.
2
1
3
4
1 Turns the LCD TV on and off.
2 SET
Remote control universa code setup.For
more information on setting up your
remote control, please see the
“Programming Your Remote Control”
section.
3 TV
Controls this LCD TV.
2
4 DVD
Controls DVD player or Video player.
CBL
Controls Cable Converter or Satellite
Receiver.
AUX
Controls Audio Amplifier
5
6
7
8
9
10
2
5 0-9/ENTER Pressing a number selects a channel.
Following selection, pressing ENTER
activates the channel, or channel
activates automatically in 3 seconds.
2
6 INPUT
▪
Pressing INPUT to display a source list,
use ▲▼buttons to select the video
equipment connected to the video inputs
of your LCD TV: TV/HDTV/VIDEO1/
VIDEO2/VIDEO3/VIDEO4/VIDEO5/
VIDEO6/COMPUTER.
In HDTV mode, use with 0-9 and
ENTER buttons to select a digital
channels.
2
7 LAST
Returns to previously selected channel.
2
8 CH+-
Change channel up and down.
2
9 VOL+-
Increases and decreases volume.
10 MUTE
Pressing once mutes audio. Pressing
again restores audio.
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MENU
Displays the OSD menu on the screen.
12
INFO
Pressing once displays a variety of
information such as the current channel
and the input source.
13
▲▼►◄,OK Cycles through OSD options and selects
individual menu items. OK confirms
option settings.
OK
In HDTV mode, pressing OK to display a
digital channel list.
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GUIDE
In HDTV mode, pressing GUIDE
displays the Program Guide on the
screen.
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EXIT
Exits the OSD menu.
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  ► Other device function keys
12
   
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
17
SLEEP
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CAPTION Cycles through the Closed Caption:
Cycles through the LCD TV sleep time:
OFF/30/60/90/120 mins.
OFF/CC1/CC2/CC3/CC4/TT1/TT2/TT3/
TT4.
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ASPECT
Cycles through Wide mode settings:
NORMAL/FULL/WIDE/ZOOM.
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PIP
Turns PIP/POP on and off.
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Effective range:
The remote can control the LCD TV from up to 5m away, if pointed directly at the receiver.
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Chapter 2
Installing the LCD TV
Refer to the owner’s manual of any external equipment to be connected.
When connecting any external equipment, do not connect any AC power cords to wall outlets
until all other connections are completed.
Connecting a TV Cable or an Antenna
Antenna Connection
The antenna requirements for good color TV reception are more important than those for a black &
white TV reception. For this reason, a good quality outdoor antenna is strongly recommended.
The following is a brief explanation of the type of connection that is provided with the various antenna
systems.
■ A 75-ohm system is generally a round cable (not included) with Ftype connector that can easily be attached to a terminal without
tools.
F-type connector
75-ohm coaxial cable (round)
■ A 300-ohm system is a flat twin-lead cable (not included) that can
be attached to a 75-ohm terminal through a 300-75-ohm adapter
(not included).
300-ohm twin-lead cable (flat)
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Use one of the following two diagrams when connecting an outdoor antenna.
A: Shows how to use a VHF/UHF combination outdoor antenna.
B: Shows how to use a separate VHF and/or UHF outdoor antenna.
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A. Combination VHF/UHF antenna
VHF/UHF
Antenna
300/75-ohm adapter
(not included)
300-ohm twinlead cable
VHF/UHF
Antenna
75-ohm
coaxial cable
B. Separate VHF and/or UHF antennas
UHF
Antenna
Combiner
300-ohm twin(not included)
lead cable
OUT
IN
75-ohm
coaxial cable
300-ohm twinlead cable
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VHF
Antenna
Chapter 2 Installing the LCD TV
Cable TV (CATV) Connection
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the
National Electrical Code (NEC) that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular,
specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building
accurately, or as close to the point of cable entry as possible. Use of this TV for other than
private viewing of programs broadcasted on UHF, VHF or transmitted by cable companies for
the use of the general public may require authorization from the broadcast/cable company, and/
or program owner.
■ A 75-ohm coaxial cable connector is built into the set for easy hookup.
When connecting the 75-ohm coaxial cable to the set, connect the 75ohm cable into the ANT. terminal.
■ Some cable TV companies offer premium pay channels. Since the
signals of these premium pay channels are scrambled, a cable TV
converter/descrambler is generally provided to the subscriber by the
cable TV company.
This converter/descrambler is necessary for normal viewing of scrambled channels.
(Set your TV to channel 3 or 4, typically one of these channels is used. If this is unknown,
consult your cable TV company.)
For more specific instructions on installing cable TV, consult your cable TV company.
One possible method of connecting the coverter/descrambler provided by your cable TV
company is shown in the diagram below.
RF switch
(not included)
OUT
VHF/UHF IN
2 set signal
splitter
(not included)
A
IN
B
Cable TV Line
Cable TV converter/
descrambler
(not included)
■ The RF switch (not included) is required to provide two inputs (A and B). Setting
the RF switch to position A allows viewing of all unscrambled channels by using
the TV channel keys.
■ Setting the RF switch to position B allows viewing of all scrambled channels via
the converter/descrambler by using the converter channel keys.
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METHOD A:
TV
CABLE
HDTV
AIR
VHF/UHF IN
B
A
METHOD B:
Use a supplied antenna cable to connect the ATSC signal to the LCD TV’s
HDTV AIR terminal.
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Connect the AC power cord at the back of the TV and connect the power cord to wall
outlet.
TV
CABLE
HDTV
AIR
VHF/UHF IN

Press the
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
Always disconnect the LCD TV from the main voltage when the LCD TV will
not be used for a long period of time. The POWER button on the front panel
is only used for switching the LCD TV into standby, it does not disconnect
the device from the main voltage. To completely disconnect the main
voltage, please remove the power plug from the socket.
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Press the Input button on the remote to
display the Input List. Use the ▲► buttons to
select TV( METHOD A), or HDTV (METHOD
B), and press the OK button.
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Input
TV(CABLE/AIR)

HDTV (CABLE/AIR)
VIDEO1 (SIDE)
VIDEO2 (REAR)
VIDEO3 (S-VIDEO)
VIDEO4 (YPbPr1)
VIDEO5 (YPbPr2)
VIDEO6 (HDMI)
COMPUTER (VGA)
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Use a supplied antenna cable to connect the NTSC signal to the LCD TV’s TV CABLE
terminal.
Chapter 2 Installing the LCD TV
Connecting a VCR
Rear of TV
HDMI IN
VGA IN
AUDIO OUT
YPbPr IN
AUDIO
L
AUDIO
R
L
Y
Pb
Pr
R
L
Y
Pb
STEREO
AUDIO
Pr
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
R
TV
CABLE
HDTV
AIR
L
COAXIAL
AUDIO
VHF/UHF IN
VIDEO
L
R
AUDIO
VIDEO IN
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO IN
YPbPr IN
L
R
R
AUDIO Cable
S-VIDEO Cable
AV Cable
A
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B
METHOD A:
Use a composite cable to connect the VCR’s composite video/audio jacks to the LCD TV’s
VIDEO2 IN jacks.
METHOD B:
Use an audio cable to connect the VCR’s audio output jacks to the LCD TV’s audio
inputs. Use a S-Video cable to connect the VCR’s s-video output jack to the LCD TV’s
S-VIDEO IN input jack.
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Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or
other connected equipment.
Press the
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
To watch a videotape, press the Input button on the remote to select
VIDEO2( METHOD A), or VIDEO3 (METHOD B).
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Connecting a Video Camera or Play Station
Rear of TV
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Right Side
HDMI IN
VGA IN
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO
YPbPr1 IN
AUDIO
L
AUDIO
Y
Pb
Pr
STEREO
AUDIO
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
AUDIO
R
L
R
L
R
L
Y
Pb
Pr
R
TV
CABLE
HDTV
AIR
L
COAXIAL
AUDIO
VIDEO1 IN
VHF/UHF IN
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
VIDEO2 IN
R
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO IN
YPbPr2 IN
L
R
R
AUDIO Cable
or
S-VIDEO Cable
B
PLAY STATION
AV Cable
A
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METHOD A:
Use a composite cable to connect the video camera’s or play station’s composite video/
audio jacks to the LCD TV’s VIDEO2 IN jacks or VIDEO1 IN jacks.
METHOD B:
Use an audio cable to connect the video camera’s or play station’s audio output jacks to
the LCD TV’s audio inputs. Use a S-Video cable to connect the video camera’s or play
station’s s-video output jack to the LCD TV’s S-VIDEO IN input jack.
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Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or
other connected equipment.
Press the
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
To watch a video vis camera or play station, press the Input button on the remote to
select VIDEO2/VIDEO1( METHOD A), or VIDEO3 (METHOD B).
Not all cameras have the ability to connect to a TV. Please check your video camera
user guide for compatibility.
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Connecting a DVD Player
Rear of TV
HDMI IN
VGA IN
AUDIO OUT
YPbPr IN
AUDIO
AUDIO
L
R
L
R
L
Y
Pb
Pr
R
L
Y
Pb
STEREO
AUDIO
Pr
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
R
TV
CABLE
HDTV
AIR
L
COAXIAL
AUDIO
VHF/UHF IN
VIDEO
AUDIO
VIDEO IN
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO IN
YPbPr IN
L
R
R
or
Pb
Pr
COMPONENT/AUDIO Cable
AUDIO Cable
S-VIDEO Cable
AV Cable
A
C
B
Pb
Pr
DVDPLAYER
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METHOD A:
Use a composite cable to connect the DVD player’s composite video/audio jacks to the LCD
TV’s VIDEO2 IN jacks.
METHOD B:
METHOD C:
Use a component cable to connect the DVD player’s component output jacks to the LCD TV’s
YPbPr1 IN or YPbPr2 IN input jacks.
Use an audio cable to connect the DVD player’s component audio jacks to the LCD TV’s
audio input jacks.
Use an audio cable to connect the DVD player’s audio output jacks to the LCD TV’s
audio inputs. Use a S-Video cable to connect the DVD player’s s-video output jack to the
LCD TV’s S-VIDEO IN input jack.
The component video jacks on your DVD player are sometimes labeled
YPbPr, or YCbCr. For an explanation of component video, see your DVD
player’s user guide.
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Press the
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
To watch a DVD, press the Input button on the remote to select
VIDEO2( METHOD A), or VIDEO3 ( METHOD B), or VIDEO4/VIDEO5 (METHOD C).
For best picture quality, if your equipment has component video output, use
a component cable instead of a composite video or S-video cable.
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

Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or
other connected equipment.
Chapter 2 Installing the LCD TV
Connecting a Digital TV Cable Box or Digital Satellite Receiver
Rear of TV
HDMI IN
VGA IN
AUDIO OUT
YPbPr IN
AUDIO
AUDIO
L
R
L
R
L
Y
Pb
Pr
R
L
Y
Pb
STEREO
AUDIO
Pr
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
R
TV
CABLE
HDTV
AIR
L
COAXIAL
AUDIO
VHF/UHF IN
VIDEO
AUDIO
VIDEO IN
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO IN
YPbPr IN
L
R
R
or
Pb
Pr
COMPONENT/AUDIO Cable
Pb
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

Pr
Use a component cable to connect the satellite receiver’s/TV Cable Box’s component
(YPbPr1) output jacks to the LCD TV’s component input jacks.
Use an audio cable to connect the satellite receiver’s/TV Cable Box’s component audio
jacks to the LCD TV’s audio input jacks.
Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or other connected equipment.
Press the
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
To watch programs via satellite receiver or TV Cable Box, press the Input button on the
remote to select VIDEO4/VIDEO5.
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Connecting an AV Equipment with HDMI Connector
HDMI IN
ENGLISH
Rear of TV
VGA IN
AUDIO OUT
YPbPr IN
AUDIO
L
AUDIO
R
L
Y
Pb
Pr
R
L
Y
Pb
STEREO
AUDIO
Pr
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
R
TV
CABLE
HDTV
AIR
L
COAXIAL
AUDIO
VHF/UHF IN
VIDEO
L
R
AUDIO
VIDEO IN
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO IN
YPbPr IN
L
R
R
HDMI Cable
AV EQUIPMENT




Use a HDMI cable to connect the AV equipment’s HDMI output jack to the LCD TV’s HDMI IN
jacks. Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or
other connected equipment.
Press the
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
Press the Input button on the remote to select VIDEO6.
The HDMI connector provides both video and audio signals, it’s not
necessary to connect the audio cable.
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Connecting an AV Equipment with DVI Connector
Rear of TV
HDMI IN
VGA IN
AUDIO OUT
YPbPr IN
AUDIO
L
AUDIO
R
L
Y
Pb
Pr
R
L
Y
Pb
STEREO
AUDIO
Pr
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
R
TV
CABLE
HDTV
AIR
L
COAXIAL
AUDIO
VHF/UHF IN
VIDEO
L
R
AUDIO
VIDEO IN
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO IN
YPbPr IN
L
R
R
AUDIO Cable
AUDIO
L
HDMI-to-DVI Cable
R
DVI IN
AV EQUIPMENT




Use a HDMI-to-DVI cable to connect the AV equipment’s DVI output jack to the LCD TV’s
HDMI IN jacks.
Use an audio cable to connect the AV equipment’s audio output jacks to LCD TV’s HDMI
AUDIO jacks.
Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or
other connected equipment.
Press the
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
Press the Input button on the remote to select VIDEO6.
If the LCD TV is connected to AV equipment’s DVI connector, you will need
an HDMI-to-DVI cable or an HDMI adapter(not suplied).
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Connecting a PC
HDMI IN
ENGLISH
Rear of TV
VGA IN
AUDIO OUT
YPbPr IN
AUDIO
L
AUDIO
R
L
Y
Pb
Pr
R
L
Y
Pb
STEREO
AUDIO
Pr
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
R
TV
CABLE
HDTV
AIR
L
COAXIAL
AUDIO
VHF/UHF IN
VIDEO
L
R
AUDIO
VIDEO IN
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO IN
YPbPr IN
L
R
R
AUDIO Cable
VGA Cable
PC




Use a D-SUB cable to connect the PC’s D-SUB output jack to the LCD TV’s VGA input
jack. Use an audio cable to connect the PC’s audio output jacks to LCD TV’s.
Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or
other connected equipment.
Press the
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
Press the Input button on the remote to select COMPUTER.
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Connecting an Audio Receiver or a Dolby Digital 5.1 Sound System
For better sound quality, you may want to play the LCD TV audio through your stereo system.
HDMI IN
VGA IN
AUDIO OUT
YPbPr IN
AUDIO
L
AUDIO
R
L
Y
Pb
Pr
R
L
Y
Pb
STEREO
AUDIO
Pr
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
R
TV
CABLE
HDTV
AIR
L
COAXIAL
AUDIO
VHF/UHF IN
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
VIDEO IN
R
L
R
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
S-VIDEO IN
YPbPr IN
L
R
R
AUDIO Cable
B




Audio Receiver
A
Audio Amplifier
Connecting to Audio Receiver:
Use an audio cable to connect the audio receiver’s audio LINE IN jacks to LCD TV’s
AUDIO OUT jacks.
Connecting to Digital 5.1 Sound System:
METHOD A:
Use an optical cable to connect the audio amplifier’s OPTICAL IN jacks to LCD TV’s
OPTICAL OUT jacks.
METHOD B:
Use a coaxial cable to connect the audio amplifier’s COAXIAL IN jacks to LCD TV’s
COAXIAL OUT jacks.
Note: Above mentioned function is only available under HDTV (cable/air) mode.
Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or
other connected equipment.
Press the
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
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USING THE FEATURES
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Using Picture-In-Picture
The PIP/POP feature allows simultaneous viewing of video from two sources (TV, VCR, DVD etc).
Only one source’s audio is played at a time; the user may select which source’s audio is heard.

Press the PIP button once to enter picture in picture mode.
Main
Sub
▪ Press ◄ ► to toggle the audio source between the main window and
the sub window.
the position of the second window.
▪ Press
the OK button to change
SUB
MAIN
1
2
3
5
▪ Press ◄ ► to activate either the main or sub window, then press the Input
button to display the Input List:
Sub
4
TV(CABLE/AIR)
VIDEO1 (SIDE)
VIDEO2 (REAR)
VIDEO3 (S-VIDEO)
VIDEO4 (YPbPr1)
VIDEO5 (YPbPr2)
COMPUTER (VGA)

▪ Press ▲▼ to change input source and press the OK button.
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
Press the PIP button again to view images side by side.
Main
Sub
▪ Press ◄ ► to toggle the audio source between the main window and the sub window.
▪ Press the OK button to swap the pictures between the main and sub windows.
▪ Press ◄ ► to activate either the main or sub window, then press the Input button to
display the Input List:
Sub
TV(CABLE/AIR)
VIDEO1 (SIDE)
VIDEO2 (REAR)
VIDEO3 (S-VIDEO)
VIDEO4 (YPbPr1)
VIDEO5 (YPbPr2)
COMPUTER (VGA)

Press ▲▼ to change input source and press the OK button.

Press the PIP button again to exit.
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Wide Screen Viewing




NORMAL
Displays at 4:3 aspect ratio.
FULL
Stretches the image vertically and
horizontally to keeps the image size
consistent in the center of the screen and
stretches the sides
WIDE
Stretches the image vertically and
horizontally to fill the screen at 1:1.85
aspect ratio.
ZOOM
Stretches the image vertically and
horizontally to fill the screen at 1:2.35
aspect ratio.
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Wide Screen function allows viewing of 4:3/16:9 images in wide screen mode, cycling through
the following wide screen settings. Press the ASPECT button repeatedly to select the screen
format you want.
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Operating the Menu


Press the
button to turn the LCD TV on.
Press the MENU button on the remote control,the on-screen menu will appear on the
screen. Use the ◄► buttons to select your main menu option.
VIDEO MENU:
Allows you to make adjustments to your picture settings.
▪ If the signal source is TV/HDTV/VIDOE/SVIDEO/
YPbPr/HDMI, the VIDEO MENU appears as:
▪ If the signal source is VGA, the VIDEO MENU
appears as:
Picture Mode
Vivid
Contrast75
Brightness65
Auto Setting
Phase
20
Manual Clock
128
Display Adjustment
Color Temperature
Nature
Video
Select
Picture Mode
Vivid
Contrast75
Brightness55
Saturation62
Hue
+22
Sharpness4
Color Temperature
Nature
Exit
Video
Select
Exit
AUDIO MENU:
Allows you to customize the audio options and effects.
▪ If the signal source is VIDOE/SVIDEO/YPbPr/
HDMI/VGA, the AUDIO MENU appears as:
▪ If the signal source is TV, the AUDIO MENU
appears as:
Bass50
Treble50
Balance
0
Sound Effect
Off
MTS System
Stereo
Bass50
Treble50
Balance
0
Sound Effect
Off
Audio
Select
Audio
Exit
▪ If the signal source is HDTV, the AUDIO MENU appears as:
Bass50
Treble50
Balance
0
Sound Effect
Off
Audio
Select
Exit
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SETUP MENU:
Allows you to set up a variety of features: Language, Closed Caption, factory reset, V-Chip, Parental Control
sleep timer.
ENGLISH
Language
English
Timer15
Closed Caption
off
V-Chip
Parental
Default
Setup
Select
Exit
TV MENU:
Allows you to edit and label channels.
Searching
Tuner Mode
Channel Skip
Channel Name
TV
Cable-STD
On
Select
Exit
HDTV MENU:
Allows you to set up the HDTV program function.
Audio Language
Time Zone
SPDIF Type
Auto Scan Manual Scan
Channel Skip
Channel Block
Caption
HDTV
◄
English
►
Eastern Time
PCM
Scan
Press<Enter>
Press<Enter>
Press<Enter>
Press<Enter>
Select
Exit


Use the ▲▼ buttons to select an option of the sub-menu, and press the OK button. While in
adjustment mode, and use the ◄► buttons to change the value of the item.
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Setting up the HDTV Function
Automatically scans and stores all the TV channels


With the LCD TV connected to a television programming source, press the TV button
on the remote control.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the Main menu, and use
the ◄► buttons to select the HDTV.
Audio Language
Time Zone
SPDIF Type
Auto Scan Manual Scan
Channel Skip
Channel Block
Caption
HDTV

◄
English
►
Eastern Time
PCM
Scan
Press<Enter>
Press<Enter>
Press<Enter>
Press<Enter>
Select
Exit
Press the ▼ button to select Auto Scan, and press the OK button. The Auto Scan
automatically creates a list of receivable channels. Press the MENU button at any time to
interrupt the memorization process.(the list cannot be created if interrupted)
Status: Scanning..
Channels Found: 2
HDTV

Cancel
Press the OK button to display the received channel list, then press ▲▼the buttons to
select a channel. Or, use the ▪ (Input button) with 0-9 buttons to select digital channel( for
example 9.1)
Channel List
9-1 KQED-HD
9-2 KOED-SD
The digital main channel might include many subchannels (for example
9-1, 9-2..) that are showing program at the same time.
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
The HDTV menu includes the following options:
Audio LanguageAllows to select the audio language: English/Spanish/French.
Time Zone
Allows selection of regional TV systems of USA: Eastern Time/Indiana/
Central time/Mountain Time/Arizona/Pacific Time/Alaska/Hawaii
SPDIF Type
Allows to selection of the digital sound format: PCM/OFF/Dolby Digital
Auto Scan
Automatically sets up channel list on TV for all receivable channels.
Manual Scan
Allows to set up TV channel manually.
Channel Skip
Allows addition/removal of digital channels.
Channel Block
Caption
Allows to block digital channels.
Use the Channel Block function, must enter a four-digit password. The
factory password is 0000.
Allows to set closed caption:
◄
Analog Closed Caption
Digital Closed Caption
Caption Style
HDTV
O
FF
OFF
Select
►
Back
▪ Analog Closed Caption:
Allows to set basic analog closed caption options:OFF/CC1/CC2/CC3/CC4
▪ Digital Closed Caption:
Allows to set digital closed caption options:Service1/Service2/Service3/
Service4/Service5/Service6/OFF
▪ Caption Style:
Allows to customize the settings for digital closed caption option:
◄
Caption Style
Font Size
Font Color
Font Opacity
Background Color
Background Opacity
Window Color
Window Opacity
HDTV
Custom
Large
White
Solid
Black
Solid
Black
Translucent
Select
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Chapter 3 Using the LCD TV
Using the Program Guide
The Program Guide feature brings all sorts of information provided by the cable TV
company to your screen, such as program title, program duration, time remaining, rating
information, closed caption, availability, etc.


With the LCD TV connected to a television programming source, press the TV button on the
remote control.
Press the GUIDE button on the remote control, the Program Guide will appear on the
screen:
Monday 29 April 2005 2:36:26 PM
9-1 ◄
Today5:00
Today5:30
Today6:00
Today7:30
Today7:30
Today11:00
9-2 KQED-SD
PM
PM
PM
PM
PM
PM
► 9-1
Calfornia’s Gold
Antiques Roadshow
The NewHour with Jim Lehrer
Zoboomafoo
Arthur
Antiques Roadshow
CC
CC
CC
CC
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM Mon, 29 Apr
Not Rated
Clubs: Dongwa doesn’t communicate with his parents.
Eplisode: Explorer’s club/Time for everything
9 - 2 KOED-SD

Press the ▲▼ button to select the program from a list, the Program Guide provides
introduction about the current program being shown on each channel.
Monday 29 April 2005 2:36:26 PM
9-1 ◄
Today5:00
Today5:30
Today6:00
Today7:30
Today7:30
Today11:00
9-2 KQED-SD
PM
PM
PM
PM
PM
PM
► 9-1
Calfornia’s Gold
Antiques Roadshow
The NewHour with Jim Lehrer
Zoboomafoo
Arthur
Antiques Roadshow
CC
CC
CC
CC
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM Mon, 29 Apr
Not Rated
Clubs: Dongwa doesn’t communicate with his parents.
Eplisode: Explorer’s club/Time for everything
9 - 2 KOED-SD

Press the GUIDE button again on the remote control to exit the Program Guide
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Customizing the VIDEO Settings
Press the
button to turn the LCD TV on.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the Main menu, and use the
◄► buttons to select the VIDEO.

Use the ▲▼buttons to highlight an individual VIDEO option, use the ◄► buttons to
change the setting, and press the MENU to exit the menu
Picture Mode
Vivid
Contrast75
Brightness55
Saturation62
Hue
+22
Sharpness4
Color Temperature
Nature
Video
Select
Exit

The VIDEO menu includes the following options:
Picture Mode
Cycles among display types: Vivid/Hi-Bright/Cinema/Sport/User
Contrast
Controls the difference between the brightest and darkest regions of the
picture.
Brightness Controls the overall brightness of the picture.
Saturation
Controls the color intensity.
Hue Controls the difference between the green and red regions of the
picture.
Sharpness Increase this setting to see crisp edges in the picture; decrease it for
soft edges.
Color temperature
Adjusts color components independently to achieve a warm or cool
effect: Cool/Middle/Warm/User
▪ Warm: Increases red tint
▪ Nature: Increases natural tint
▪ Cool: Increases blue tint
▪User: Allows the user to adjust red, green and blue color
component levels independently.
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
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Customizing the AUDIO Settings


Press the
button to turn the LCD TV on.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the Main menu, and use the
◄► buttons to select the AUDIO.

Use the ▲▼buttons to highlight an individual AUDIO option, use the ◄► buttons to
change the setting, and press the MENU to exit the menu
Bass50
Treble50
Balance
0
Sound Effect
Off
MTS System
Stereo
Video
Select
Exit

The AUDIO menu includes the following options:
Bass
Controls the relative intensity of lower-pitched sounds.
Treble
Controls the relative intensity of higher pitched sounds.
Balance
Adjusts the relative volume of the speakers in a multiple speaker
system.
Sound Effect
Allows selection of an audio-enhancement technique from among the
following options: Surround/Live/Dance/Techno/Classic/Soft/Rock/POP/
Off.
MTS System
Allows you to listen to high-fidelity stereo sound while watching TV.
▪ Stereo:
Use separate audio tracks for left and right speakers, if available.
▪SAP:
You can enjoy a second audio program from the speakers while watching a scene in the original program.
▪ Mono:
Allows mono output (useful when stereo is noisy or inconsistent).
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Customizing the SETUP Settings
Press the
button to turn the LCD TV on.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the Main menu, and use the
◄► buttons to select the SETUP.

Use the ▲▼buttons to highlight an individual SETUP option, use the ◄► buttons to
change the setting, and press the MENU to exit the menu.
Language
English
Timer15
Closed Caption
off
V-Chip
Parental
Default
Video
Select
Exit

The SETUP menu includes the following options:
Language
Selects to display all on-screen menus in your language of choice:
English/Trandition Chinese/Simplified Chinese/French/Spanish.
Timer
Allows to set up clock and to program the TV to turn on and off and tune
to a specific channel.
▪ Time:
Selects to set the current time by hour, minute, second.
▪ Start Time:
Selects to set the time that you want the TV to turn on.
▪ Stop Time:
Selects to set the time that you want the TV to turn off.
▪ Channel:
Selects to set the specific channel that you want the TV to tune.
▪ Activate:
Selects to turn on/off/once the timer.
▪ Confirm:
Selects to confirm.
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Closed Caption
Allows to select from 4 closed caption modes:
▪ CC1 /CC2 /CC3 /CC4:
Display a printed version of the dialog and sound effects of the program being viewed.
▪ T1/T2:
Display station information presented using either half or the whole screen.
▪ T3/T4:
Extended Data Services. For example: Network name, program name, program length, etc.
V-Chip
Allows to setup the TV and MPAA Rating Lock options(refer to “Using the
V-CHIP Setting”).
Parental
Allows to setup the Parental Lock options.
Default
Restores factory settings.
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Using the V-CHIP Settings

Use the ▼ button to select the V-Chip, and press the OK to display the V-Chip menu.
Block MPAA Rating
Block TV Rating
Block MPAA Unrated
Block TV None Rating
Setup

No
No
Select
Exit
Use the V-CHIP function, must enter a four-digit password. The factory password is
0000.
Inout Your Password Please
****
OK
Cancel

The MPAA includes the following options:
RATINGDESCRIPTION
GGeneral Audiences. Movie is appropriate for all ages.
PGParental Guidance Suggested. May contain material not suited for younger
viewers
PG-13
Contains content that may not be appropriate for viewers under the age of 13.
R
Restricted. Contains adult content, no one under 17 admitted without parent.
NC-17
No one 17 and under admitted.
X
No one 17 and under admitted.
Use the ▲▼ buttons to select the rating you want and press the OK button repeatedly to select
BLOCK() or UNBLOCK().
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The US has 2 rating system for viewing content: Movie blocking(MPAA) and TV Blocking.
The TV Blocking conjuncts with the V-CHIP to help parents block inappropriate programs from their
children.
The Movie blocking(MPAA) is used for original movies rated by the Motion Picture Association of
America(MPAA) as broadcasted on cable TV and not edited for television.
The V-CHIP can also be set to block MPAA-rated movies.
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The TV GUIDELINE has 2 rating methods: Content-Based Rating and Age-Based Rating.
The TV GUIDELINE includes the following options:
AGE-BASED
RATING
DESCRIPTION
TV-Y
All children
TV-Y7
TV-G
TV-PG
TV-14
Directed to children age 7 and older
General Audience
Parental Guidance suggested Parents strongly cautioned
TV-MA
Mature Audience only
CONTENT-BASED
RATING
DESCRIPTION
FV
Fantasy violence
D
Suggestive dialogue
L
Strong language
S
Sexual situations
V
Violence
CONTENT-BASED
FV
D
L
S
V
TV-PG




TV-14







AGE-BASED
TV-Y
TV-Y7

TV-G
TV-MA
 : To block programs by both content and age.
Use the ▲▼ buttons to select the rating you want and press the OK button repeatedly to select
BLOCK() or UNBLOCK().

The V-CHIP menu includes the following options:
Block MPAA Rating
Selects to activate the MPAA Rating programs
Block TV Rating
Selects to activate the TV Rating programs.
Block MPAA Unrated ▪ YES:
Block all movies that are broadcast without a MPAA rating.
▪ NO:
Allows all movies that are broadcast without a MPAA rating
Block TV None Rating ▪ YES:
Block all movies that are broadcast without a TV rating.
▪ NO:
Allows all movies that are broadcast without a TV rating.
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Using the Parental Settings

Use the ▼ button to select the Parental, and press the OK to display the Parental
menu.
Channel Lock1
Video Lock
VIDEO5(YPbPr2)
Change Password
Setup
Select
Exit

Use the V-CHIP function, must enter a four-digit password. The factory password is
0000.
Inout Your Password Please
****
OK
Cancel
You need your password for any future access into the V-Chip and
Parental Setting,

The Parental menu includes the following options:
Channel Lock
Selects to block a TV channel.
Video Lock
Selects to block a Input source signal.
Change Password
Selects to change your password.
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The Parental blocking can be set up to the TV to block a Channel or a Video Source.
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Customizing the TV Settings


Press the
button to turn the LCD TV on.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the Main menu, and use the
◄► buttons to select the TV.

Use the ▲▼buttons to highlight an individual TV option, use the ◄► buttons
changes the setting, and press the MENU exits the menu.
Searching
Tuner Mode
Channel Skip
Channel Name
TV
Cable-STD
On
Select
Exit

The TV menu includes the following options:
Searching
Automatically sets up channel list on TV for all receivable channels.
Tuner Mode
Allows selection between CATV cable and antenna signal sources:
▪ ANTENNA
Choose this setting if you are receiving TV channels with an antenna cable.
▪ CABLE STD/CABLE IRC/CABLE HRC
Choose this setting if you are receiving TV channels with a CATV cable.
Channel Skip
Allows addition/removal of channels on the channel list.
Channel Name
Allows channel labels to be edited.
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Specifications
SPECIFICATIONS
LCD Panel
FLM-2632/FLM-263B
FLM-3232/FLM-323B
Panel Size
26’’ TFT LCD
32’’ TFT LCD
Brightness
550
500
Contrast Ratio
1000:1
800:1
1366x768
1366x768
VIDEO/AUDIO(L/R)
2
2
Max. Resolution
Input Connector
S-VIDEO/AUDIO(L/R)
1
1
YPbPr/AUDIO(L/R)
2
2
VGA/AUDIO(L/R)
1
1
HDMI/AUDIO(L/R)
1
1
AUDIO OUT(L/R)
1
1
OPTICAL/COAXIAL
1
1
1
1
HEADPHONE
Power Source
AC100~240V, 50/60HZ, 2.2A AC100~240V, 50/60HZ, 2.2A
Power Consumption
180 W, standby < 5 W
180 W, standby < 5 W
Dimension
26.7 w x 22.1 h x 7.9 d inch
31.7 w x 25.0 h x 8.4 d inch
WEIGHT
31.97 LB
39.5 LB
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MODEL
Specifications
MODEL
LCD Panel
37’’ TFT LCD
Brightness
500
Contrast Ratio
1000:1
Max. Resolution
Input Connector
FLM-3732/FLM-373B
Panel Size
1366x768
VIDEO/AUDIO(L/R)
2
S-VIDEO/AUDIO(L/R)
1
YPbPr/AUDIO(L/R)
2
VGA/AUDIO(L/R)
1
HDMI/AUDIO(L/R)
1
AUDIO OUT(L/R)
1
OPTICAL/COAXIAL
1
HEADPHONE
1
Power Source
AC100~240V, 50/60HZ, 3.0A
Power Consumption
275 W, standby < 8 W
Dimension
36.6 w x 28.2 h x 9.4 d inch
WEIGHT
54 LB
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Chapter 4
Programming your Remote Control
Introduction
Your remote lets you control four devices with one easy-to-use, compact unit. After installing batteries, you can program the
remote to control your Universal TV, VCR or DVD, Cable or Satellite Receivers, Amplifier or Tuner, and Auxiliary devices. To
do so, follow the instructions in “Programming a Device”. For best results, please read and follow all the remaining
instructions. Keep this guide for future reference.
A Quick Look at Programming a Device
To control VCR or DVD, Cable or Satellite Receivers, Amplifier or Tuner, and Auxiliary devices, follow these steps. Before
proceeding, find the codes for the devices you want to program in “Manufacturer’s Codes” on the right side of this page and
write them down or highlight them.
NOTE: To program a DVD Player, TV/DVD Combo, TV/VCR/DVD Combo, portable DVD player, or mobile DVD player, use
the DVD key.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Turn on the device (for example, DVD player) and, if needed, load media (for example, a DVD).
Press a device key (VCR/DVD, CBL/ SAT, or AUX).
Press and hold SET until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
Enter the first five-digit code for your device. The LED blinks once as each digit is entered. If the code is correct,
the LED blinks twice.
•
NOTE: If the LED does not blink twice, repeat steps 2 to 4 and try entering the code again.
Aim the remote at the device and press Power. The device should turn off. If it does not, repeat steps 3–5, trying
each code for your brand until you find one that works. If you cannot find a code that works, see “Searching for
Your Code”.
Repeat steps 1–5 for the other devices you want to control. For future reference, write down each working device
code below:
AUX Code:
CBL Code:
CD Code:
DVD Code:
SAT Code:
TNR Code:
VCR Code:
Press set to save and exit
Searching for your Code
If your device does not respond to the remote after trying all codes listed for your brand, or if your brand is not listed, try
searching for your code:
1. Press a device key once.
2. Press and hold SET until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
3. Enter 9-9-1, then the device group number (0= Cable, 1= TV, 2= VCR, 3= Audio). The LED blinks twice.
4. Aim the remote at the device and press Power. The remote sends IR codes from its library to the selected device,
starting with the most popular code first. If the device responds, go to step 7.
5. If the device does not respond, press CH+. The remote will try the next code. Continue until the device responds.
•
Note: Press CH- to try the previous code.
6. To search for other device codes, repeat steps 1 to 5.
7. Press SET to save and exit.
Checking the Codes
If you have set up the remote using the procedure in “Searching for Your Code”, you may need to find out which four-digit
code is operating your equipment.
For example, to find out which code is assigned to your TV:
1. Press TV once.
A
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press and hold SET until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
Enter 9-9-0. The LED blinks twice.
To view the code for the first digit, press 1. Count the LED blinks (for example, three blinks = 3), and write down
the number in the appropriate code listing in step 8 under “Programming a Device”.
•
NOTE: If a code digit is 0, the LED does not blink.
Repeat step 4 for the four remaining digits, using 2 for the second digit, 3 for the third digit, 4 for the fourth digit,
and 5 for the fifth digit.
To check for other device codes, repeat steps 1—5, substituting the device key for TV.
Changing Volume Lock
The remote comes preset to allow independent volume control of each selected device (Global Volume Unlock). However,
you may change the Volume Lock setting to Global Volume Lock so that one device's volume will control volume in all other
modes. After that, you can perform Individual Volume Unlock on a selected device to set its volume control for independent
operation or Global Volume Unlock to remove all volume locking.
Locking Volume Control to One Mode (Global Volume Lock)
1.
2.
Press and hold SET until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
Enter 9-9-3 and then press the mode key for the device you want to control volume (for example, TV). The LED
blinks twice. Now when you press VOL+, VOL-, or Mute, the selected device (for example, TV) will control the
volume regardless of the current mode.
Unlocking All Volume Control (Restoring Global Unlock)
1. Press and hold SET until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
2. Enter 9-9-3 and then press VOL+. The LED blinks four times.
Volume is now independently controlled for all programmed devices.
Unlocking a Single Device’s Volume Control
1. Press a device key (TV, VCR/DVD, CBL/ SAT, or AUX).
2. Press and hold SET until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
3. Enter 9-9-3 and then press VOL-. The LED blinks four times.
Volume is now independently controlled for the selected devices.
Troubleshooting
PROBLEM: LED does not blink when you press a key.
SOLUTION: Replace battery with one new 3.3 V 2032 Lithium battery.
PROBLEM: LED blinks when you press a key, but device does not respond.
SOLUTION: Make sure the remote is aimed at your device and is not more than 15 feet away.
PROBLEM: LED blinks one long blink.
SOLUTION: An entry error has occurred (for example, wrong key). Try entry sequence again.
PROBLEM: Remote does not control devices or commands are not working properly.
SOLUTION: Try all listed codes for the device. Make sure the device operates with an infrared remote control.
PROBLEM: CH+, CH-, and LAST do not work for your RCA TV.
SOLUTION: Due to RCA design from 1983 to 1987, only the original remote control will operate these functions.
PROBLEM: No volume on a device.
SOLUTION: See “Changing Volume Lock”.
PROBLEM: Channels do not change properly.
SOLUTION: If the original remote control required you to press Enter to change channels, press Enter on this remote after
entering the channel number.
B
MANUFACTURER’S CODES
Set Codes for Audio Amplifiers
Bose
GE
JVC
Marantz
Nakamichi
NEC
Optimus
Realistic
Sansui
Shure
Sony
Soundesign
Victor
Wards
Yamaha
30674
30078
30331
30321
30321
30264
30395
30395
30321
30264
30689
30078
30331
30078
30354, 30133
Set Codes for Audio Amp/Tuners
ADC
Aiwa
Anam
Audiotronic
Bose
Capetronic
Carver
Coby
Denon
Fonmix
Glory Horse
Harman/Kardon
Hitachi
Inkel
Integra
JBL
JVC
Kenwood
KLH
Magnavox
Marantz
MCS
Onkyo
Optimus
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Proscan
Qisheng
Quasar
RadioShack
RCA
Sharper Image
Silsonic
Sony
Soundesign
Stereophonics
Sunfire
Teac
Technics
Thorens
Victor
Wards
Yamaha
30531
31405, 31243, 30121
31609, 31074
31189
31229
30531
31189
31263
31360, 31142, 30904
31360
31263
30110
31273
30027
30135
30110
30074, 31263
31313, 31570, 30027
31428
31189, 31269, 30531
31189, 31269, 30039
30039
30842, 30135
31023, 30670, 30531, 31074
31518, 30039
31189, 31269
31023, 30150, 30014, 30630, 30531
31254
31609
30039
31263
31023, 31609, 31254, 30531, 31074
31263
30176
31258, 31759
30670
31023
31313
31074, 31267
31308, 31518, 30039
31189
30074
30014
30176, 31276, 31176
C
Set Codes for Cable Converters
ABC
Americast
Bell & Howell
Bell South
Clearmaster
ClearMax
Coolmax
Daeryung
Digi
Director
Dumont
Gehua
General Instrument
GoldStar
Hamlin
Hitachi
Jerrold
KNC
LG
Memorex
Motorola
MultiVision
Pace
Panasonic
Panther
Paragon
Philips
Pioneer
Pulsar
Quasar
RadioShack
Regal
Runco
Samsung
Scientific Atlanta
Sony
Starcom
Supercable
Supermax
Tocom
Torx
Toshiba
Trans PX
Tristar
TS
V2
Viewmaster
Vision
Vortex View
Zenith
00003, 00008, 00014
00899
00014
00899
00883
00883
00883
01877, 00877, 00477, 00008
00637
00476
00637
00476
00476, 00810, 00276, 00003, 00014
00144
00009, 00273
00014
00476, 00810, 00276, 00003, 00012, 00014
00008
00144
00000
00476, 00810, 00276, 01254, 01376
00012
01877, 00237
00000, 00008, 00107
00637
00000
00317, 01305
01877, 00877, 00144, 00533
00000
00000
00883
00279, 00273
00000
00000, 00144
01877, 00877, 00477, 00008
01006
00003, 00014
00276
00883
00012
00003
00000
00276
00883
00003
00883
00883
00883
00883
00000, 00525, 00899
Set Codes for CD Players
Aiwa
Burmester
California Audio Labs
Carver
Denon
DKK
DMX Electronics
Dynamic Bass
Fisher
Garrard
Genexxa
30157
30420
30029
30157, 30179
30873
30000
30157
30179
30179
30420
30032
D
Harman/Kardon
Hitachi
Integra
JVC
Kenwood
Krell
Linn
Magnavox
Marantz
MCS
Miro
Mission
MTC
NSM
Onkyo
Optimus
Panasonic
Parasound
Philips
Pioneer
Polk Audio
Proton
QED
Quad
Quasar
RadioShack
RCA
Realistic
Rotel
SAE
Sansui
Sanyo
SAST
Sharp
Silsonic
Sonic Frontiers
Sony
Soundesign
TAG McLaren
Tascam
Teac
Technics
Victor
Wards
Yamaha
Zonda
30157, 30173
30032
30101
30072
30826, 30626, 30028, 30037, 30036, 30190
30157
30157
30157
30626, 30029, 30157
30029
30000
30157
30420
30157
30868, 30101
31063, 30000, 30032, 30037, 30420, 30179, 31075, 30145
30029
30420
30626, 30157
31063, 31062, 30032
30157
30157
30157
30157
30029
31075
31062, 30032, 30420, 30179, 30053
30420, 30179
30157, 30420
30157
30157
30179
30157
30861, 30037
30888, 30036
30157
30490, 30000, 30100
30145
30157
30420
30420
30029
30072
30157, 30053
30888, 30036
30157
Set Codes for DVD Players
Aiwa
Akai
Allegro
Apex Digital
Blaupunkt
Blue Parade
Broksonic
Changhong
CineVision
Coby
Curtis Mathes
CyberHome
Daewoo
Denon
DVD2000
20641, 21912
20770
20869
20672, 20717, 20797, 21061, 20796, 21056, 21937, 20794, 21020, 21915
20717
20571
20695
20627, 21061
20869
21086
21087
21024, 21023, 21129, 20816, 21117
20833, 21172, 20869
20490
20521
E
Emerson
Enterprise
Fisher
Funai
Gateway
GE
Go Video
Greenhill
Harman/Kardon
Hitachi
Hiteker
Initial
Integra
JBL
JVC
Kenwood
KLH
Koss
Lasonic
LG
Liquid Video
Lite-On
Loewe
Magnavox
Marantz
Memorex
Microsoft
Mintek
Mitsubishi
Nesa
Norcent
Onkyo
Oritron
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Polaroid
Polk Audio
Portland
Proscan
Qwestar
RCA
Rio
Rotel
Sampo
Samsung
Sansui
Sanyo
Sharp
Sharper Image
Sherwood
Shinco
Shinsonic
Sonic Blue
Sony
SVA
Sylvania
Symphonic
Teac
Technics
Theta Digital
Toshiba
Urban Concepts
Xbox
Yamaha
Zenith
20591, 20675
20591
21919
20675
21158, 21073
20522, 20717
20744, 20833, 21099, 20783, 21075, 20869, 21730
20717
20582, 20702
20573, 20664, 21919
20672
20717
20627, 21924
20702
20558, 20623, 20867
20490, 20534
20717, 21020, 21149
20651, 21980
20798
20591, 20869, 20801
21980
21158, 21058
20511
20503, 20539, 21976, 21914, 20675
20539
20695
20522
20717
21521, 20521
20717
21003
20503, 20627, 21924, 20792
20651, 21980
20490, 21762, 21990
20503, 20539, 20646, 21914
20525, 20571
21086, 21061
20539
20770
20522
20651
20522, 20571, 20717, 20822
20869
20623
20752, 20698
20490, 20573, 21932, 21075, 20820
20695
20695
20630, 20752
21117
20770
20717
20533
20869, 21099
20533, 20864, 21033, 21904, 21903
20717
20675
20675
20717, 21984, 20809
20490
20571
20503, 20695
20503
20522
20490, 20539, 20545
20503, 20591, 20869
F
Set Codes for Satellite Receivers
AlphaStar
Chaparral
Crossdigital
DirecTV
00099, 01392,
Dish Network System
Dishpro
Echostar
Expressvu
GE
General Instrument
GOI
Goodmans
Hisense
Hitachi
HTS
Hughes Network Systems
I-Lo
JVC
LG
Magnavox
Memorex
Mitsubishi
Motorola
NEC
Next Level
Panasonic
Paysat
Philips
Proscan
Proton
RadioShack
RCA
Samsung
Sanyo
SKY
Sony
Star Choice
Tivo
Toshiba
UltimateTV
Uniden
US Digital
USDTV
Voom
Zenith
Set Codes for TVs
Addison
Admiral
Advent
Aiko
Aiwa
Akai
Albatron
America Action
Anam
Anam National
Anhua
AOC
Apex Digital
00772
00216
01109
00392, 00566, 00639, 01142, 00247, 00749, 01749, 00724, 00819, 01856, 01076, 01109,
01640, 01442, 01414, 01108
01005, 00775, 01505
01005, 00775, 01505
01005, 00775, 01505
00775
00566
00869
00775
01246
01535
00819, 00222, 01250
00775
01142, 00749, 01749, 01442
01535
00775
01414, 01226
00724, 00722
00724
00749
00869
01270
00869
00247, 00701
00724
01142, 00749, 01749, 00724, 01076, 00722, 00099, 01442
00392, 00566
01535
00869
00392, 00566, 00855, 00143, 01392
01276, 01109, 01108
01219
00856
00639, 01640
00869
01142, 01442
00749, 01749, 00790, 01285
01640, 01392
00724, 00722
01535
01535
00869
00856, 01856
10092
10093, 10463
10761, 10842
10092
11914
10812, 10702, 10030, 10672, 11903
10700, 10843
10180
10250, 10180, 10700
10250, 10650
10051
10451, 10093, 10180, 10060, 10030, 10178, 10092
10748, 10765, 10879, 10767, 11943
G
Audiovox
Baile
Beijing
Bell & Howell
BenQ
Bradford
Broksonic
Cailing
Candle
Carnivale
Carver
Celebrity
Celera
Changcheng
Changhong
Ching Tai
Chun Yun
Chung Hsin
Cinema
Citizen
Commercial Solutions
Conrowa
Contec
Craig
Crosley
Crown
Curtis Mathes
CXC
Daewoo
Dayu
Dell
Denon
Dumont
Durabrand
Electroband
Emerson
11911
Envision
Ether
Firstar
Fisher
Fortress
Fujitsu
Funai
Furi
Futuretech
Gateway
GE
Gibralter
GoldStar
Grunpy
Haier
Hallmark
Hankook
Harley Davidson
Harman/Kardon
Harvard
Havermy
Helios
Hello Kitty
Hisense
Hitachi
Hongmei
Huafa
Huari
Huodateji
10451, 10180, 10875, 10092, 10623
10661
10812, 10661
10154
11032
10180
10236, 10463, 11911, 11938, 11905, 11935, 11929
10748
10030
10030
10054
10000
10765
10051, 10661
10156, 10765, 11156, 10767
10092
10000, 10180, 10700, 10092, 10843
10180, 10053
10672
10180
11447, 10047
10156, 10145, 11156
10180
10180
10054
10180
10047, 10054, 10154, 10451, 10093, 10060, 10702, 10030, 10145, 10166
10180
10154, 10451, 10180, 10030, 10178, 10672, 11928, 10092, 10661, 11909, 10623, 10700
10661
11080
10145
10017
10463, 10180, 10178, 10171, 11034
10000
10154, 10236, 10463, 10180, 10178, 10171, 11944, 11909, 11929, 11905, 11928, 10623,
10030
10030
10236
10154
10093
10809, 10853
10180, 10171, 11904
10145
10180
11756, 11755
11447, 10047, 11454, 10051, 10451, 10180, 10030, 10178, 11917, 10092, 11907, 11922
10017, 10030
10154, 10030, 10178, 11926
10180
11034
10178
10180, 10030, 10178
11904
10054
10180
10093
10865
10451
10156, 10748, 10145, 11156
10156, 10030, 10178, 11145, 10145, 10092, 11904, 11156
10093
10145
10145
10051
H
Imperial Crown
Infinity
Inteq
JBL
JCB
Jean
Jensen
Jiahua
Jinfeng
Jinxing
JVC
Kangli
KEC
Kenwood
KLH
Kolin
KTV
Kunlun
LG
Lloyd's
LXI
Magnasonic
Magnavox
Magnin
Marantz
Matsushita
Maxent
Megapower
Megatron
Memorex
MGA
Midland
Mitsubishi
Monivision
Motorola
MTC
Mudan
Multitech
NAD
National
NEC
Newave
Nikko
Norcent
NTC
Onwa
Optimus
Optonica
Orion
Panasonic
Panda
Penney
Philco
Philips
Pilot
Pioneer
Portland
Prima
Princeton
Prism
Proscan
Proton
Pulsar
Qingdao
Quasar
RadioShack
10661
10054
10017
10054
10000
10156, 10051, 10236, 10092
10761
10051
10051
10054, 10156, 10145
10053, 11923, 11253
10661
10180
10030
10765, 10767
10180, 10150, 10053
10180, 10030
10051, 10661
10060, 10030, 10178, 10856, 10700, 10025
11904
10047, 10054, 10154, 10156, 10178
11928, 11913
11454, 10054, 10030, 10706, 11931, 11254, 11913, 11904, 11944
11907
10054, 10030, 10704
10250, 10650
11755
10700
10178, 10145
10154, 10463, 10150, 10178, 11911, 11926, 11924, 11920, 11927
10150, 10030, 10178, 11907
10047, 10017, 10051
10154, 10250, 10093, 10236, 10180, 11250, 10150, 10030, 10178, 11917, 10836
10843, 10700
10093
10060, 10030
10051
10180
10156, 10178, 10866
10051
10154, 10156, 10051, 10053, 10030, 10178, 11704
10093, 10178, 10092
10030, 10178, 10092
10748, 10824
10092
10180
10154, 10250, 10166, 10650, 11927, 11924, 11913
10093
10236, 10463, 11929, 11911, 11905
10054, 10250, 10051, 10650, 11941, 11927, 11924
10051, 10706
10047, 10156, 10051, 10060, 10030, 10178, 11926, 11907
10054, 10180, 10030, 10178
11454, 10054, 10000, 10051, 10030, 10178, 10092, 10690
10030
10166, 10866, 10679
10092
10761
10700
10051
11447, 10047, 11922
10030, 10178
10017
10051
10250, 10051, 11924, 10650
10047, 10154, 10180, 10030, 10178, 11920, 11904
I
RCA
10090, 10679
Realistic
Rowa
Runco
Sampo
Samsung
10766
Sansui
Sanyo
Sanyuan
Scotch
Scott
Sears
Shaofeng
Sharp
Shen Ying
Shencai
Sheng Chia
Skygiant
Skyworth
Sony
Soundesign
Sowa
Squareview
SSS
Starlite
Studio Experience
Supreme
SVA
Sylvania
Symphonic
Synco
Tacico
Tandy
Tashiko
Tatung
Technics
Techwood
Teco
Teknika
Telefunken
Tera
Thomas
Tiane
TMK
TNCi
Tobo
Toshiba
Tuntex
TVS
V Inc.
Vector Research
Victor
Vidikron
Vidtech
Viewsonic
Wards
Warumaia
Waycon
White Westinghouse
Yamaha
Yapshe
Zenith
11447, 10047, 11454, 10000, 10030, 10178, 11547, 11922,11917, 10092, 11907, 11948,
10154, 10180, 10030, 10178
10748
10017, 10030
10154, 10093, 10030, 10178, 10171, 10700, 10650, 11755, 10092
10154, 10156, 10060, 10812, 10702, 10030, 10178, 11060, 10814, 10092, 11903, 10090,
10463, 11904, 11935, 11929, 11911
10154, 10156, 10180, 10145, 11907
10093
10178
10236, 10180, 10178
10047, 10054, 10154, 10156, 10178, 10171, 11926, 11904
10145
10093, 10030, 10650, 11917
10092
10145
10093, 10236
10180
10748
11100, 10000, 10650, 11925, 11904
10180, 10178
10156, 10051, 10060, 10178, 10092
10171
10180
10180
10843
10000
10748, 10865
10054, 10030, 10171, 11944, 11931
10180, 10171, 11913, 11904
10000, 10451, 10093, 10060, 10178, 10092
10178, 10092
10093
10092, 10650
10054, 10154, 10156, 10051, 10060, 11156, 11756, 11254
10250, 10051
10051
10051, 10093, 10178, 10092
10054, 10180, 10150, 10060, 10092
10702
10030
11904
10093
10178
10017
10748
10154, 10156, 10060, 10145, 11945, 11704, 11936, 11156,11935, 10650, 11918
10030, 10092
10463
11756, 10885, 10864
10030
10250, 10053, 10650
10054
10178
11755, 10885, 10864
10054, 10030, 10178, 10866, 11156
10661
10156
10463, 11909, 10623
10030
10250
10017, 10463, 10178, 11904, 11929, 11911, 11909, 10092
Set Codes for VCRs
J
ABS
Admiral
Aiko
Aiwa
Alienware
America Action
American High
Amoisonic
Anam
Anam National
Asha
Audiovox
Beaumark
Bell & Howell
Broksonic
Calix
Canon
Carver
CCE
Changhong
Citizen
Colt
Craig
Curtis Mathes
Cybernex
CyberPower
Daewoo
Dell
Denon
DirecTV
Durabrand
Electrohome
Electrophonic
Emerex
Emerson
Fisher
Fuji
Fujitsu
Gateway
GE
General
Go Video
GoldStar
Haojie
Harman/Kardon
Harwood
Hewlett Packard
HI-Q
Hitachi
Howard Computers
HP
Hughes Network Systems
iBUYPOWER
JVC
KEC
Kenwood
KLH
Kodak
Kolin
LG
Logik
LXI
Magnavox
Magnin
Marantz
Marta
21972
20048, 20209
20278
20037, 20479
21972
20278
20035
20479
20162, 20037, 20240, 20278
20162
20240
20037, 20278
20240
20104
20184, 20121, 20209, 20002, 20479
20037
20035
20081
20072, 20278
20048, 20081
20037, 20278
20072
20037, 20047, 20240, 20072
20060, 20035, 20162
20240
21972
20045, 20104, 20278
21972
20042
20739
20039, 20038
20037
20037
20032
20035, 20037, 20184, 20240, 20045, 20121, 20043, 20209, 20002, 20278, 20479
20047, 20104
20035, 20033
20045
21972
20060, 20035, 20240
20045
20432
20037, 20209, 20038, 20225
20240
20081, 20038
20072
21972
20047
20037, 20042, 20055
21972
21972
20042, 20739
21972
20045, 20067
20037, 20278
20067, 20038
20072
20035, 20037
20043
20037, 20045, 20042, 20209, 20038
20072
20037
20035, 20039, 20081
20240
20035, 20081
20037
K
Matsushita
Media Center PC
MEI
Memorex
MGA
MGN Technology
Microsoft
Mind
Minolta
Mitsubishi
Motorola
MTC
Multitech
NEC
Newave
Nikko
Noblex
Northgate
Olympus
Optimus
Orion
Panasonic
Penney
Pentax
Philco
Philips
Pilot
Pioneer
Polk Audio
Profitronic
Proscan
Protec
Pulsar
Qisheng
Quasar
Radix
Randex
RCA
Realistic
ReplayTV
Runco
Sampo
Samsung
Sanky
Sansui
Sanyo
Scott
Sears
Sharp
Shintom
Shogun
Singer
Sonic Blue
Sony
STS
Sylvania
Systemax
Tagar Systems
Tashiko
Tatung
Technics
Teco
Teknika
Tivo
TMK
Toshiba
20035, 20162
21972
20035
20035, 20162, 20037, 20048, 20039, 20047, 20240, 20104, 20209, 20479
20240, 20043
20240
21972
21972
20042
20067, 20043
20035, 20048
20240
20072
20035, 20037, 20048, 20104, 20067, 20038
20037
20037
20240
21972
20035
21062, 20162, 20037, 20048, 20104, 20432
20184, 20209, 20002, 20479
21062, 20035, 20162, 20616, 20225
20035, 20037, 20240, 20042, 20038
20042
20035, 20479
20035, 20081, 20739, 20618
20037
20042, 20067
20081
20240
20060
20072
20039
20060
20035, 20162
20037
20037
20060, 20035, 20240, 20042, 20880
20035, 20037, 20048, 20047, 20104
20616
20039
20037, 20048
20240, 20045, 20432
20048, 20039
20067, 20209, 20479
20047, 20240, 20104
20184, 20045, 20121, 20043
20035, 20037, 20047, 20042, 20104
20048, 20209
20072
20240
20072
20616
20035, 20032, 20033, 20636, 21972
20042
20035, 20081, 20043
21972
21972
20037
20045, 20067
20035, 20162
20035, 20037, 20048, 20038
20035, 20037
20636, 20618, 21503, 20739
20240
20045, 20042, 20067, 20043, 21503, 21008, 21972
L
Totevision
Touch
Unitech
Vector
Vector Research
Victor
Video Concepts
Videomagic
Videosonic
Viewsonic
Wards
White Westinghouse
XR-1000
Yamaha
Zenith
ZT Group
CARE
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•
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20037, 20240
21972
20240
20045
20038
20067
20045
20037
20240
21972
20060, 20035, 20048, 20047, 20081, 20240, 20042, 20072
20209, 20072
20035, 20072
20038
20039, 20033, 20209, 20479
21972
Keep the remote dry. If it gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.
Use and store the unit only in normal temperature environments.
Handle the remote gently and carefully. Don’t drop it.
Wipe the remote with a damp cloth to keep it looking like new.
For service, support and warranty information, visit www.polaroid.com or in the US call 1-866-289-5168,
in Canada call 1-866-301-7922 and in Mexico call 01-800-400-2443.
"Polaroid" and “Polaroid and Pixel” are trademarks of Polaroid Corporation, Waltham, MA, USA.
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