Contents
Contents
Picture Mode ...................................... 13
Sleep Timer Last Minute Indicator ..... 13
Mute Indicator ..................................... 14
No-Signal ........................................... 14
Blue Background During No-Signal .. 14
Volume Bar ......................................... 14
AV Modes ............................................ 14
Remote Control Buttons ......................... 2
Front Panel and Peripheral Connections3
Preparation ............................................. 4
Features ............................................... 4
Safety Precautions ................................. 4
Antenna Connections ............................. 5
Teletext .................................................. 14
Before Switching on your TV ................. 6
To operate Teletext ............................. 14
To select a page of Teletext ................ 15
To exit Teletext .................................... 15
Power connection ................................ 6
Connections to the RF input socket .... 6
How to connect other devices .............. 6
Inserting batteries in the remote control
handset ................................................ 6
Connect Peripheral Equipment ........... 15
Via the Euroconnector ........................ 15
Via Ant Input ........................................ 15
Decoder .............................................. 15
TV and Video Recorder ...................... 15
Search for and store the test signal of the
video recorder .................................... 17
Camera and Camcorder ................... 17
Connect the decoder to the video
recorder .............................................. 17
Connecting Headphones (optional) .. 17
Switching the TV ON/OFF ....................... 6
To switch the TV on .............................. 6
To switch the TV off .............................. 6
Operating the TV ..................................... 7
Operating with the buttons on the TV set7
Operating with Remote Control ........... 7
Menu System .......................................... 7
Tips ........................................................ 17
Sound Menu ......................................... 8
Picture Menu ........................................ 8
Feature Menu ..................................... 10
Install Menu ........................................ 11
Programme Menu .............................. 11
Care of the Screen ............................. 17
Poor Picture ........................................ 17
No Picture ........................................... 17
Sound ................................................. 17
Remote Control .................................. 18
No solution ......................................... 18
Other Features ...................................... 13
TV Status ............................................ 13
Double-digit (- -) ................................. 13
Specifications ....................................... 18
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Remote Control Buttons
= Stand By
0 - 9 = Direct Program
- - = Double Digit
= Menu
= Cursor Up
= Cursor Right
OK = OK (No Function)
= Cursor Left
= Cursor Down
P + / - = Programme +/ V + / - = Volume +/ Red (SOUND) = Sound Menu
Green (PICTURE) = Picture Menu
Yellow (FEATURE) = Feature Menu
Blue (INSTALL) = Installation Menu
AV = External Source (AV1, RGB)
TV = TV / Quit Menu
TXT = Teletext
= Mute
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Front Panel and Peripheral Connections
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POWER = POWER ON / OFF
= Volume = Volume +
-P/CH = Program P/CH+ = Program +
Headphone (optional)
Front AV IN (optional)
ANTENNA
EUROCONNECTOR
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3. Moisture and Water
Preparation
For ventilation, leave a space of at least 10
cm free all around the set. To prevent any
fault and unsafe situations, please do not
place any objects on top of the set.
Use this apparatus in tropical and/or
moderate climates.
Features
Do not use this equipment in a humid and
damp place (avoid the bathroom, the sink in
the kitchen, and near the washing machine).
Do not expose this equipment to rain or
water, as this may be dangerous and do not
place objects filled with liquids on top. Avoid
from dripping or splashing.
4. Cleaning
• It is a remote controlled colour television.
• 100 programmes from VHF, UHF bands or
cable channels can be preset.
Before cleaning, unplug the receiver from
the main supply, outlet. Do not use liquid or
aerosol cleaners. Use soft and dry cloth.
• It can tune cable channels.
5. Ventilation
• Controlling the TV is very easy by its menu
driven system.
• It has Euroconnector socket for external
devices (such as computer, video, video
games, audio set, etc.)
The slots and openings on the receiver are
intended for ventilation and to ensure
reliable operation. To prevent overheating,
these openings must not be blocked or
covered in anyway.
• Teletext
6. Lightning
• It is possible to connect headphone.
In case of storm and lightning or when
going on holiday, disconnect the power cord
from the wall outlet.
• All programmes can be named.
• Forward or backward automatic tuning.
• Sleep timer.
7. Replacement Part
• Automatic sound mute when no transmission.
When replacement parts are required, be
sure the service technician has used
replacement parts which are specified by
the manufacturer or have the same
specifications as the original one.
Unauthorised substitutions may result in
fire, electrical shock, or other hazards.
• When no valid signal is detected, after 5
minutes the TV switches itself automatically
to stand-by mode.
• WSS (Wide Screen Signaling).
Safety Precautions
8. Servicing
1. Power Source
The receiver should be operated only from a
230 V AC, 50 Hz outlet. Ensure you select
the correct voltage setting for your
convenience.
2. Power Cord
The power supply cord should be placed so
that it is not likely to be walked on or pinched
by items placed upon them or against it. Pay
particular attention to cord where it enters
the plug, power outlet, and the point where it
exits from the receiver.
Please refer all servicing to qualified
personnel. Do not remove cover as this may
result in electric shock.
9. X-rays
The x-rays generated in this television are
shielded sufficiently.
10. Naked Flame Sources
Do not place naked flame sources on the
apparatus.
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Warning!
Any intervention contrary to regulations, in
particular, any modification of high voltage
or a replacement of the picture tube may
lead to an increased concentration of x-rays.
Any television modified in this way no longer
complies with license and must not be
operated.
Instructions for waste disposal:
• Packaging and packaging aids are
recyclable and should principally be
recycled. Packaging materials, such as foil
bag, must be kept away from children.
• Batteries, including those which are heavy
metal-free, should not be disposed of with
household waste. Please dispose of used
batteries in an environmentally sound
manner. Find out about the legal
regulations which apply in your area.
Antenna Connections
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral
triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
"dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock of persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert
the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
“DO NOT LEAVE YOUR TV AT STAND-BY OR OPERATING WHEN YOU LEAVE YOUR HOUSE”
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• Replace the battery cover.
Before Switching on your TV
Power connection
IMPORTANT: The TV set is designed to
operate on 230 V AC, 50 Hz.
• After unpacking, allow the TV set to reach the
ambient room temperature before you
connect the set to the mains.
Connections to the RF input
socket
NOTE: Remove batteries from remote
control handset when it is not to be used for
a long period.Otherwise it can be damaged
due to any leakage of batteries.
Switching the TV ON/OFF
To switch the TV on
Your TV will switch on in two steps:
1- Press the power button located on the front
of the TV. Then the TV switches itself to
standby mode and the RED LED located
below the TV turns on.
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• Connect the aerial or cable TV plug to the
RF input socket located at the back of the TV
and connect the cable plug coming out from
the TV out socket located at the devices
(VCR, DVB etc.) to this socket as well.
How to connect other devices
IMPORTANT: Switch off the TV before
connecting any external device.
Sockets for external connections are at the
back of the TV. For connection of other
devices via Eurocon-nector refer to the manuals of the related devices.
Inserting batteries in the remote
control handset
• Place the batteries in the right directions as
seen below.
• Remove the battery cover located on the
back of the handset by gently pulling
upwards from the indicated part.
2- To switch on the TV from stand-by mode
either:
Press a digit button on the remote control so
that a programme number is selected,
or,
Press Programme Up or Down buttons on
the front of the TV or on the remote control,
so that last switched off programme is
selected.
By either ways the TV will switch on and the
RED LED will turn GREEN.
To switch the TV off
• Press the stand-by button on the remote
control, so the TV will switch to stand-by
mode and the GREEN LED will become
RED,
or,
Press the power button located on the front
of the TV, so the TV will switch off and the
GREEN LED will turn off.
• Insert two MN2400 AAA or equivalent type
batteries inside.
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Programme Selecting
Operating the TV
You can operate your TV both using the
remote control handset and onset
buttons.
(Previous or next programme)
Operating with the buttons on the
TV set
• Press “+P“ button to select the next
programme.
• Press “-P” button to select the previous
programme.
Programme Selecting (direct access):
Volume setting and programme selection
can be made using the buttons on the front
panel.
Volume Setting
” button to decrease volume or
• Press “
“
” button to increase volume, so a
volume level scale (slider) will be displayed
at the middle of the bottom on the screen.
” and “
”
• By pressing both the “
buttons at the same time you can enter Main
menu.
Press digit buttons on the remote control
handset to select programmes between 0
and 9. TV will switch to the selected
programme. To select programmes
between 10 - 99, you must use the double
digit button "- -".
this OSD is displayed at the left
hand upper on the screen.
After then, press the digit buttons
consecutively which programme you want to
select (eg. for programme 27, first press 2
and then 7). When it is late to press any digit
button this function will be ignored and the
display will be erased. In the same way it
must not be late to press any digit button
after entering the first digit. The limit of the
delay time is 3 seconds.
Programme Selecting
• Press “P/CH+” button to select the next
programme or “-P/CH” button to select the
previous programme.
Operating with Remote Control
The remote control handset of your TV is
designed to control all the functions of the
model you selected. The functions will be
described in accordance with the menu
system of your TV.
Press directly the programme number to
reselect single digit programmes.
Functions of the menu system are
described in Menu System section.
Volume Setting
Press “+V” button to increase volume. Press
“-V” button to decrease volume. A volume
level scale (slider) will be displayed at the
middle of the bottom on the screen.
Menu System
Your TV has been designed with a menu
system, to provide an easy manipulation of a
multi-function system. The TV is controlled
by choosing the commands, which are
displayed on the screen.
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Press the " 0 " button. The Main menu will
be displayed at the middle on the screen.
All the selected items in this menu system
is indicated with CYAN characters and with
an arrow on the leftside of items.
Setting Volume:
As you enter the sound menu, Volume will
be the first selected option.
• Press “
” button to increase volume.
• Press “
” button to decrease volume.
Or you can directly change the volume
s e t t i n g s u s i n g “ V +” ( t o i n c r e a s e ) o r
“-V” (to decrease) button.
To select a sub-menu use “ ” or “
button, and press “ ” or “ ” button.
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MAIN MENU
The menu system is described below.
The short way in order to enter the menus,
press :
"Menu" Button,
Main Menu.
Red Button,
Sound Menu.
Green Button,
Picture Menu.
Yellow Button,
Feature Menu.
Blue Button,
Install Menu.
Menu button has two functions; first is
opening or closing the "MAIN MENU", and
the second is closing the sub-menu and
then opening its parent menu.
Sound Menu
Automatic Volume Limiting (AVL) function
normalises sound to obtain fixed output
level between programs, having different
sound levels. Pressing “ ” or “ ” button
will turn on and off this feature.
To Store the Settings
• Press “ ” or “ ” button on “STORE” option
to store Sound menu settings.
To change sound settings
• Enter the Sound Menu directly, pressing the
Red button or,
• As you enter the main menu, sound will be
the first selected option. In the main menu,
select SOUND using “ ” or “ ” button,
then enter the sound menu pressing “ ”
or “ ” button.
Picture Menu
• To enter the Picture menu directly, press the
“GREEN” button, or
• Press " 0 " button, now you are in Main
menu. In the Main menu, select “PICTURE”
using “ ” or “ ” button, then enter the
Picture menu pressing “ ” or “ ” button.
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Setting Sharpness
Setting Brightness
• As you enter the picture menu, Brightness
will be the first selected option.
• Press “
” button to increase brightness.
• Press “
” button to decrease brightness.
• Using “
” or “
” button select Sharpness.
• Press “
” button to increase peaking level.
• Press “
” button to decrease peaking level.
Mode
This item is used to change the picture size.
By pressing “ ” or “ ” button you may
choose one off three options. These are,
“4:3”, “16:9” and “AUTO”.
Setting Contrast
• Using “
” or “
” button select Contrast.
• Press “
” button to increase contrast level.
• Press “
” button to decrease contrast level.
• 4:3 This option forces the picture ratio to 4:3
mode.
• 16:9 This option forces the picture ratio to
16:9 mode.
• AUTO This option is available only if your TV
has WSS feature. This allows to change the
picture mode automatically, according to the
transmission of the selected channel. For
example, your TV is 4:3 mode, but the transmission of that channel is in 16:9 mode. If
you select the AUTO mode, the TV is
switched to 16:9 mode automatically. If the
TV is in 4:3 mode and the picture ratio of the
channel is also 4:3, there will be no affect
selecting the picture mode to AUTO mode.
Setting Colour
• Using “
” or “
” button select Colour.
• Press “
” button to increase colour level.
• Press “
” button to decrease colour level.
WSS feature is only used in TV mode. For
the Picture Mode selection in AV1 the pin 8
(of Scart) value is used. In RGB mode the
Picture Mode can be 4:3 or 16:9 (Auto mode
is not available.).
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It is displayed on the upper right of the
screen. If sleep timer is activated it is
displayed with the TV status and erased with
it after 3 seconds.
To Store the Settings
• Press “ ” or “ ” button on STORE option to
store Picture menu settings.
The stored picture mode setting will be valid
only in current program. However, the other
stored values in Picture Menu will be valid
for all the programmes.
If there is left only one minute of the down
counting of the timer, it is displayed
automatically on the upper right of the
screen, and stayed there until finishing.
Then TV goes automatically to stand-by.
Child Lock
You can use this feature to prevent children
turning on TV or changing programs or
adjustments etc. without remote control.
Feature Menu
• To enter the Feature menu directly, press the
“YELLOW” button, or
• Press " 0 " button, now you are in Main
menu. In the Main menu, select FEATURE
using “ ” or “ ” button. Then enter the
Feature menu pressing “ ” or “ ” button.
The CHILD LOCK feature can be set by “ ”
or “ ” button to either ON or OFF. When OFF
is selected, there will be no difference in the
operation of your TV. When ON is selected,
the TV can only be controlled by the remote
control handset. In this case, the front panel
buttons (except the Switch On/Off button) will
not work.
Selecting Menu Language
Menu language can be chosen by pressing
“ ” or “ ” button on LANGUAGE item.
Sleep Timer
As you enter the Feature menu, SLEEP
TIMER will be the first selected option. Use
To Store Settings
“ ” or “ ” button to change the Sleep Timer
In Feature menu all settings are stored
values between OFF, 0:15:00, 0:30:00,
automatically.
0:45:00, 1:00:00, 1:15:00, 1:30:00, 1:45:00
and 2:00:00.
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Install Menu
Selecting Fine Tuning
• To enter the Install menu directly, press the
BLUE button, or
You can use the Fine Tuning process for
fine adjustment (after coarse adjustment), if
you are not happy about the image on the
screen.
• Press " 0 " button, now you are in Main
menu. In the Main menu, select “INSTALL.”
using “ ” or “ ” button. Then enter the
Install menu pressing “ ” or “ ” button.
Use “ ” or “ ” button on FINE TUNING item,
until getting the best image on the screen.
To Store Settings
Press “ ” or “ ” button on STORE option to
store Install menu settings.
Programme Menu
Selecting Programme
To select programme number, you can use
“ ” or “ ” button, Digit Buttons or The
Double Digit button with digit buttons.
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menu. In the Main menu, select
“PROGRAM.” using “ ” or “ ” button.
Then enter the Programme menu pressing
“ ” or “ ” button.
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Selecting Band
Moving cursor to four direction you can reach
30 programmes in the same page. By
scrolling the pages up or down by pressing
the navigation buttons you can select all the
programmes in TV mode (except the AV
mode).
BAND, can be chosen either,
• VHF1, VHF3 or UHF by “ ” or “ ” button.
Selecting Search
To start the search process, press “ ”
button for forward search or “ ” button for
backward search. SEARCH item blinks
during search process, since the process is
stopped or signal is found. During search
process the semi-transparent menu
background becomes "BLUE". To stop the
search process “ ” or “ ” button must be
pressed again.
By cursor action, programme selection is
done automatically. Selected programme is
displayed with “CYAN” characters. In order
to select programme is also possible by
using digit or double-digit button. In this way
programme selection gets also
automatically and after selection the
selected programme is displayed with cyan
characters. The TV Status is changed by the
programme selection too. When using
double-digit button in order to select a
programme, the Programme Number in TV
Status OSD is displayed in "P --" form, and
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by pressing digit buttons they are displayed
in it.
Programme Number is between 00 and 99.
Programme Name has a name string with 5
characters. After autostore process the
Programme Names are set to: "PR01"
(programme number),
At the bottom of the menu there is a
programme sort functions section. Each
function is activated by color button (seen
above). NAME allows changing the
programme name. By DELETE you can
delete programmes that you decided.
INSERT section is for inserting programmes
into another programme spaces. By
selecting AUTOSTORE section, Autostore
menu will be available.
To change the name of a decided
programme, that programme is selected
and pressed to the RED button (NAME). The
first letter begins to blank on the selected
name. To change that letter “ ” or “ ”
button can be used, and to select the other
letters, “ ” or “ ” button can be used. If the
cursor is at the last letter of the Programme
Name, pressing “ ” button moves the
cursor at the beginning. On the contrary, if
the cursor is at the beginning of the
Programme Name, pressing “ ” button
moves the cursor at the end.
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After changing the name by pressing the
RED button (STORE) it is stored. After
activating the name process the “INSERT”,
“DELETE” and “AUTOSTORE” processes will
be inactive and "CANCEL" option will be
valid. This option cancels the name
process, if the new name do not want to be
stored.
When it is pressed to GREEN button
(INSERT), "NAME", "AUTOSTORE" and
"DELETE" functions are erased, the selected
programme (A) is displayed with green
characters. From now on, the automatic
selection is canceled. Cursors moves are
indicated with “CYAN” characters. With
navigation buttons, the decided program
space (B) can be selected and by pressing
the green button again inserting is occurred
to that space (B).
It should be thought that Prog-00 is the
lowest programme (like Prog-100). If any
programme is inserted to Prog-00, the
programmes under that programme space
shift one up, and Prog-99 is adjusted to the
first frequency value of VHF1 (44 MHz).
If Prog-00 is inserted to any programme
space, all the programmes under that
space shift one down and Prog-99 is
erased, and Prog-00 is adjusted to the first
frequency value of VHF1 (44 MHz).
"CANCEL" function cancels the activated
"INSERT" process.
For "DELETE" process it is pressed to yellow
button, (“NAME”, “INSERT” and
“AUTOSTORE” functions are inactive).
Pressing yellow button again erases the
selected programme from the programme
list, and the programmes below shift one
up. Prog-00 is adjusted to the first frequency
value of VHF1 (44 MHz). Pressing blue
button cancels the activated “DELETE”
process.
To enter Autostore menu, press to the blue
button. To learn the features of this function
see "AUTOSTORE" below.
Autostore
Autostore, searches and stores all channels
automatically on your TV, according to the
transmission of programme systems in
your area.
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Programme Name (5 characters)
These OSD’s are displayed when a new
programme is entered by digit button, by
pressing “P+“ or “P-” button, or by “TV”
button.
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Programme item is used in order to store
the channels after Autostore, as from a
required programme. In default the
programme number is set to the following
programme after the last set programme. By
using “ ” or “ ” button the number can be
changed, in addition to change number digit
button or double digit button can be used
too.
To cancel AUTOSTORE before starting,
press “TV” button. To select “START” use
“ ” or “ ” button and press “ ” or “ ”
button. To cancel AUTOSTORE during
running press “ ” or “ ” button.
After Autostore is finalized, a programme list
will apper on the screen. In the programme
list you will see the programme numbers
and names assigned to the programmes.
If you do not accept the locations and/or the
programme names of programmes, you
can change them in Programme menu.
Other Features
Double-digit (- -)
This OSD is displayed when the "DoubleDigit" button pressed in place of the
programme number indicator.
After then, in order to enter a programme it
must be pressed to two digit consecutively.
When it is late to press any digit button this
function will be ignored and the display will
be erased. In the same way it must not be
late to press any digit button after entering
the first digit. The limit of the delay time is 3
seconds.
Picture Mode
If your TV has the WSS feature, the picture
mode OSD is displayed below the sound indicator, by TV Status OSD’s. According to the
WSS data, inside of the OSD box “4:3” or
“16:9” or “Auto” is written.
TV Status
Programme Number, Programme Name
(or AV), (they are displayed on the upper left
of the screen) and Sleep Timer (shows the
time left on the upper right screen if
enabled). They are displayed after
programme change during 3 seconds.
Programme Number
Sleep Timer Last Minute Indicator
It is displayed on the upper right of the
screen. If sleep timer is activated it is
displayed with the TV status and erased with
it after 3 seconds.
If there is left only one minute of the down
counting of the timer, it is displayed
automatically on the upper left of the screen,
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and stayed there until finishing. Then TV
goes automatically to stand-by.
Mute Indicator
It is placed in the upper middle of the screen
when enabled, and it stays there until it is
disabled.
To cancel mute, there is two alternative; the
first one is pressing to " " button, thus
volume is set to the preceding value, and the
second one is increasing the volume level,
thus it starts at the minimum level to
increase. By decreasing the volume level in
mute state, mute will not be ignored, only the
volume level will decrease. If mute canceled
after decreasing the volume level, the
volume will valid with the decreased level.
No-Signal
Volume Bar
It is displayed in the lower middle of the
screen. When a volume command is
received (pressing V+ or V- by Remote
Control or Front panel) and no menu is
active, it stays on the screen for 3 seconds,
after the last volume command or until
another command is received in between.
AV Modes
By pressing the “AV“ button you can switch
your TV to AV modes (except being in
Teletext). Pressing this button consecutively
TV will switch to the AV modes: AV-1, RGB.
AV-1 supports the RGB mode. But if there is
some colour problem in AV-1 mode, please
force the AV mode to RGB mode.
In order to quit the AV mode press the “TV”
button.
Teletext
No-Signal Timer Indicator
It is displayed in the middle of the screen
when no valid signal detected. It shows the
remained time for the switching to the
Stand-By mode (it takes 5 minutes when
any signal detected or no any Remote
Control command is accessed). The
indicator is displayed in 3 seconds when
there is no valid signal.
After an Remote Control command (if NoSignal Timer is active) the timer stops and if
no signal detected again the timer is
initialized to 5 minutes and starts 3 seconds
later again to count down.
It is not valid in AV mode.
Blue Background During No-Signal
Teletext is an information system that
displays text on your TV screen. Using the
Teletext information system you can view a
page of information on a subject that is
available in the list of contents (index).
On screen display is not available in text
mode.
Contrast, brightness or colour control is not
available, but volume control is available in
text mode.
To operate Teletext
• Select a TV station on which Teletext is being
transmitted.
• Press (TELETEXT) “ TXT ” button. Usually
the list of contents (index) is displayed on
the screen.
In case, no valid signal is detected AV mode.
Blue Background is activated.During search
process Blue Background is not active. But
instead of it there is another feature given;
the semi-transparent menu background is
made blue.
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To select a page of Teletext
• Press the appropriate digit buttons for the
required Teletext page number.
The selected page number is displayed at
the top left corner of the screen. The Teletext
page counter searches until the selected
page number is located, so that the desired
page is displayed on the screen.
• Press “P+” button to move the Teletext
screen forward one page at a time.
• Press “P-” button to move the Teletext
screen backward one page at a time.
If an external device is connected via
Euroconnector socket TV is switched to AV
mode automatically. If the signal is RGB
then the RGB OSD indicator is displayed on
the screen.
Via Ant Input
If you want to connect to your TV, peripherals
like video recorders or decoders, but the
device you want to connect does not have
Euroconnector, you should connect it to the
ANT input of your TV set.
If the VCR is connected via antenna input
it is suggested to use the Programme 0.
Decoder
To exit Teletext
• Press “TV” button. The screen will switch to
TV mode.
Cable TV offers you a wide choice of
programs. Most of them are free, others are
to be paid for by the viewer. This means that
you will need to subscribe to the broadcasting organisation whose programmes you
wish to receive. This organisation will supply
you a corresponding decoder unit to allow
the programmes to be unscrambled.
For further information ask your dealer. See
also the booklet supplied with your decoder.
Connect a decoder with an aerial socket
to the TV
• Connect the aerial cable.
Connect a decoder without an aerial
socket to the TV
Connect Peripheral
Equipment
There is a wide range of audio and video
equipment that can be connected to your TV.
The following connection diagrams show
you where the different equipment should be
connected at the back or the front side of the
TV.
• Connect the decoder to your TV with a
eurocable (RCA Jack Cable) to EXTERNAL
(RCA Jack). When your decoder has a
Euroconnector / RCA Jack you can obtain
better picture quality if you connect a
eurocable (RCA Jack Cable) to EXTERNAL
(RCA Jack).
TV and Video Recorder
Via the Euroconnector
• Connect the aerial cables.
Your TV set has a Euroconnector socket.
If you want to connect peripherals (e.g.
video, decoder, etc.) which have
Euroconnector, to your TV, use SCART1
input.
Better picture quality can be obtained if you
also connect a eurocable to EXTERNAL
socket.
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Connect Peripheral Equipment
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DECODER
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Search for and store the test signal
of the video recorder
• Unplug the aerial cable from the aerial
socket “ANT” of your video recorder.
• Switch on your TV and put the video recorder
on the test signal. (See the handbook for
your video recorder.)
• Enter the Tuning menu via the Install menu.
• Search for the test signal of your video
recorder in the same way as you searched
for and stored the TV signals. See Tuning,
Search and Store TV channels. Store the
test signal under programme number 0.
– Replace the aerial cable in the aerial
socket “ANT” of your video recorder once
you have stored the test signal.
Camera and Camcorder
To connect to Front-AV input
(FAV) (optional)
Connect your camera or camcorder at the
front side of your TV.
• Connect your equipment to the TV via VIDEO
and AUDIO inputs. You should connect the
jacks to the input in the same colour.
Connect the decoder to the video
recorder
Some video recorders have a special
euroconnector for decoder.
• Connect a eurocable to the euroconnector of
your decoder and to the special euroconnector of your video recorder. See also the
handbook of your video recorder.
• To connect your video recorder to the TV, see
TV and Video Recorder section.
If you want to connect more equipment to
your TV, consult your dealer.
Tips
Care of the Screen
Clean the screen with a slightly damp, soft
cloth. Do not use abrasive solvents as they
may damage the TV screen coating layer
Poor Picture
Have you selected the correct TV system? Is
your TV set or house aerial located too close
to the loudspeakers, non-earthed audio
equipment or neon lights, etc. ?
Mountains or high buildings can cause
double pictures or ghost images. Sometimes you can improve the picture quality by
changing the direction of the aerial.
Is the picture or Teletext unrecognisable?
Check if you have entered the correct
frequency.
The picture quality may degrade when two
peripherals are connected to the TV at the
same time. In such a case, disconnect one
of the peripherals.
No Picture
Is the aerial connected properly? Are the
plugs connected tightly to the aerial socket?
Is the aerial cable damaged? Are suitable
plugs used to connect the aerial? If you are
in doubt, consult your dealer.
No Picture means that your TV is not
receiving any transmission. Have you
pressed the correct keys on the remote
control? Try once more.
Sound
You can not hear any sound. Did you
perhaps interrupt the sound, pressing “ ”
key?
Connecting Headphones (optional)
Use the headphone socket (HP) on the lower
right side of your TV, to connect headphones.
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Remote Control
AUDIO OUTPUT POWER (WRMS.) (%10 THD)
Your TV no longer responds to the remote
control. Press the “TV” button on the remote
control once more. Perhaps the batteries
are exhausted. If so you can still use the
local keys at the front of your TV.
Have you selected the wrong menu? Press
“TV” key to return to TV mode or press “M”
to return to the previous menu.
2
POWER CONSUMPTION (W) (max.)
75
PICTURE TUBE
14“ (37 cm)
No solution
Switch your TV set off and on. If this does not
work, call the service personnel; never
attempt to repair it yourself.
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Specifications
TV BROADCASTING
PAL B/G
RECEIVING CHANNELS
VHF (BAND I/III)
UHF (BAND U)
HYPERBAND
CABLE TV (S1-S20/ S21-S41)
NUMBER OF PRESET CHANNELS
100
CHANNEL INDICATOR
On Screen Display
RF AERIAL INPUT
75 Ohm (unbalanced)
OPERATING VOLTAGE
230 V AC,50 Hz
AUDIO OUTPUT
Mono
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