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SERIES
SEARS
27" TABLETOP
COLOR TELEVISION
WITH REMOTE CONTROL
Record the Model No. and the
Serial No. of your television in
the space provided.
Model No.
Serial No.
Keep this
future use.
information
for
Safety Information
Use
Warranty and Service
L38-13829-0
Sears,
Roebuck
and
Co.,
Hoffman
Estates,
IL
60179
U.S.A.
Quick Guide to Your TV
Startup
The steps below will get your TV connected
For more details, see the page numbers listed.
and ready for watching.
1. Hook up your TV
Details are in the Connections book.
CONNECTIONS
GUIDE
Hook up any antennas, cables or
other equipment to your TV before
you follow the steps below.
2. Plug in the "IV
Plug the cord into the outlet,
matching the wide and the small
end of the plug with the outlet.
3. Put Batteries in the Remote
A. Slide off the cover of the battery
compartment.
B. Place the two AAA batteries as
shown, matching the + and -end of each battery in the
compartment.
C. Replace the cover.
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Quick Guide to Your TV
Startup
Press POWER on the remote.
4. Turn on the TV
OR
Press POWER on the TV.
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5. Place most
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available
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A,
channels
in memory
(autoprogram)
Details for adding and deleting
channels are on page 12.
B. Press + to start placing channels
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in the TV's memory
(autoprogram).
C.
6. Set the Tune
Press MENU until the Setup
menu is selected. This menu is
white.
12:21 AM
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Wait until the TV has cycled
through all the channels and
returns to the original channel.
A. Press MENU until the Alarm
menu is selected. This menu is
green.
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B. The Clock is automatically
highlighted
the first time you
set it. If it is not, press
CHANNEL down to highlight it.
C. Press -- to set the hour.
D. Press -I-to set the minutes.
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Quick Guide to Your TV
Basic Tour of the Remote
Basic information about your remote is shown below. This will give you a
general idea of how your remote works. For more details, see pages 6.
Power Button
Volume and Channel
Detai/s are on page 6.
Menu Buttons
See next page for details.
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Turns the TV on.
Controls
Operates the TV.
Operates special features of the TV.
Changes the menus and features
on the screen.
Quick Guide to Your TV
Menu Basics
General information about using the on-screen menu system is shown
below. Details for using remote buttons are on page 6. Many menu items are
explained in detail in Using Advanced Features starting on page 12.
Yellow Green
Light White
Press MENU repeatedly to see
each of the four menu colors.
Colors
Each menu has a different color
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Menu
background
as shown at the left.
Buttons
These buttons are used with the
TV's menus to adjust the features.
You can use themenu buttonson
thefrontoftheTV or theremote.
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Moving
through
MENU
CHV
CH/X
VOL-
VOL+
0
0
0
0
0
Ao
the Menus
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Press MENU to move from
menu to menu
B. PressCHANNEL up and down
to move up and down through
thefeatures
in themenu
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On
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PressVOLUME + and-
to
move left
and righton the
menu lines
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Using Your TV and Remote
With Remote Buttons
1. Power
Buttons
POWER
Turns the "IV off.
Turns the "iv on.
2. TV Buttons
PREV CHAN (Previous Channel)
Changes back and forth between
two channels.
Select a channel and then select
another. Press PREV CHAN to
switch between the two channels.
Shows displays on the screen.
Clears menus from the screen.
RESET
to
DONE
Saves the setup of a feature.
MUTE
Reduces the TV sound.
INPUT
Switches between the TV channels
and VIDEO O0/S-VIDEO 00.
CHAN (Channel)
Scans up and down through
channels in the TV's memory.
See
VOL/Volume
Raises and lowers sound.
Moves left and right on a menu
line. See Menu Basics on page 5.
3. Number
MENU
Shows menus on screen and moves
from menu to menu.
Returns the picture adjustments
the original settings.
DISPLAY
Moves up and down menus.
Menu Basics on page 5.
Changes a feature setting.
SKIP:30 (Commercial Skip)
Allows you to scan other channels
during commericals.
Each press adds 30 seconds. TV
switches back to original channel
when time runs out. Press CLEAR
to cancel SKIP.
Buttons (0-9)
Selects any channel
number.
Two numbers must be pressed for
each channel. Press 0 and 6 for
channel 6.
For three digit channels, press and
hold 1 until 1- appears on the
screen. Then press the other two
numbers.
References
Front Panel Buttons
For details on using buttons with menus, see Menu Basics on page 5.
MENU
Shows menus on screen.
Moves
CH Aand
from menu to menu.
Channel up and down.
Scans up and down through channels in the TV's memory.
Moves up and down menus.
VOL + and --
Volume
up and down
Raises and lowers sound.
Moves left and right on a menu line.
Changes a features setting.
POWER
Turns the TV on or off.
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Adjusting Your TV
Overall Picture
Follow the steps below to lighten or darken the overall picture without
changing the color.
1. Select the Controls
Menu
12:00 AM
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Press MENU to select the Controls
menu.
This menu is yellow.
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2. Highlight
12:00 AM
Picture
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Press CHANNEL down to
13
Press + to lighten
highlight
Picture.
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3. Use VOLUME
+ and-
to
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adjust the Picture
OR
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4. Press DONE to save the
setting
the picture.
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Press -- to darken the picture.
Adjusting Your TV
Picture Settings
Follow the steps below to change the picture on the screen to your
personal setting. The chart at the bottom of the page explains your options.
1. Select the Adjust Menu
12:00 AM
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Press MENU repeatedly to select the
Adjust menu. This menu is light
blue.
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2. Highlight
Press CHANNEL down to
item to change
highlight the picture item you
want to adjust.
3. Use VOLUME
+ or-
to
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Press + or-- to adjust each item.
adjust each item
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4. Press DONE to save the
setting
Press VOLUME
Press VOLUME
+ to:
-- to:
Color
Increase color richness
Lower color to black and white
T'mt
Give red tint to skin color
Give green tint to skin color
Add more light to dark parts of
the picture
Add more dark to light parts of
the picture
Sharp (Sharpness)
Show cleaner, dearer images
Make picture more smooth
Autocolor
Turn on to keep Color and Tint in
proper balance each time you
change channels
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Reset the picture back to the
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original settings
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Bright
Picture
(Brightness)
Reset
Turn off for manual adjustment
of Color and Tint
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Reset the picture back to the
original settings
Adjusting Your TV
Sound Settings:
Stereo and Tone
Follow these steps to adjust the Stereo or Tone of your TV. The chart
below explains your options.
1. Select the Controls
Menu
+ or--
to
This menu is yellow.
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12:00 AM
Press CHANNEL down to
highlight the sound item you
want to adjust.
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3. Use VOLUME
Press MENU to select the Controls
menu.
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2. Highlight item to change
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12:00 AM
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12:00 AM
Press + or-- to adjust each item.
adjust each item
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4. Press DONE to save the
setting
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reproduced
in stereo or mono, whichever the
TV station is broadcasting.
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High
High pitched sounds
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Off
On
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t Sound is automatically
Stereo
Sound is reproduced
in mono.
Low
are louder.
Low pitched sounds are louder.
Adjusting Your TV
Sound Settings:
Speakers
Follow the steps below to turn the speakers on or off in your TV. The chart below explains your options.
Note: This set incorporates special circuits which enhance stereo imaging and effect when used with the TV's
own speakers. If external speakers are used, the stereo effect may decrease.
1. Select the Setup Menu
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Press MENU repeatedly to select
the Setup menu. This menu is
white.
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2. Highlight
speakers
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Press CHANNEL down until
Speakers is highlighted.
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3. Press VOLUME + or -- to
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adjust the item.
Press + or-- to turn the speakers
on or off.
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4. Press DONE to save the
setting
Speakers
On
The sound comes from the TV's
No sound comes from the TV.
internal speakers.
The sound is directed through the
speakers of an amplifier that is
connected to your TV.
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Using Advanced Features
Placing Channels in Memory (Autoprograrnming)
Only channels 2-13 appear in the TV's memory when you first turn it on.
The channels available in your area must be programmed into the TV's
memory when you hook up your "IV. Using CHANNEL up or down
allows you to scan through these channels.
You may want to add or delete a few channels if some stations have weak
signals or were off the air when the T:v"was programmed.
Refer to the Add
or Delete Channels section below.
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1. Place channels in
memory (autoprogram)
A. Hook up components before
you begin these steps or you
will not be able to add channels
into memory.
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B. Press MENU repeatedly to
select the Setup Menu and
highlight Autoprogram.
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Press + to start the TV adding
most of the channels into
memory.
D.
2. Add or delete
channels
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Wait untiltheTV hascycled
throughallthe channelsand
returnsto theoriginal
channel.
A. PressMENU repeatedlyto
selecttheSetup menu.
B. PressCHANNEL
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down to
highlight
Channel Memory.
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C. Selectthechannelnumber you
want toadd or deletewith the
number buttons.
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3. Press
setting
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DONE to save the
D. Press + to add or delete a
channel (you willseeStoredon
thescreentoadd and Erased to
delete).
E. RepeatC and D formore
channels.
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Autoprogram
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Naming the Channels (Not on all models)
You can name up to 26 channels with four characters in each name.
Full appears beside Label when the memory is used up. Fixed appears
when a channel number cannot be named. Below are the characters that
can be used in a name.
1. Name
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a channel
A. Press MENU repeatedlyto select
the Setup menu.
B. Press CHANNEL down to
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hi_,_i_t Label
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C. Press + to highlight the channel
number.
D. Select the channel number with
the number buttons.
E. Press + tohighlight the first
character of the name.
NBC
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2. Press DONE to save the
setting
F. Choose the character using
CHANNEL up or down.
G. Repeat E-F to complete the
nazne.
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H. Press -- to move backward if
you want to change an item.
A. Follow A and B above.
3.
Erase
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a name
B. Press + until dear is
highlighted.
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C. Press CHANNEL up or down to
clear the name.
4. Press DONE to clear the
name
Character
List
ABCD
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Using Advanced Features
Setting the Sleep Timer
You can set your TV to turn itself off. If you're watching TV at night and
fall asleep, the TV will turn off for you.
1. Set Sleep Tuner
11:00 PM
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A. Press MENU to select the
Controls menu
Sleep Timer.
and highlight
B. Press + enter the amount of
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time you want to watch TV
before it shuts off. Each press
equals 15 minutes.
C. Press--
to subtract time from
the sleep timer.
2. Press Done to save the
setting
11:00 PM
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Alarm
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Ad
11:00 PM
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A. When 0:01 appears on the
screen before the TV shuts off,
press + to add more time.
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A. Press MENU to select the
3. Add more time
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11:00 PM
Controls menu and highlight
Sleep Timer.
4. Cancel the Tuner
Controls
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B. Press -- until the time reaches
Using Advanced Features
Setting the Alarm Clock
The "IV can be set to turn on each day like your alarm clock. You can set
it to turn on to your favorite channel at a certain time. You can also set it
to turn itself off again. The Alarm cannot be used until the clock is set.
1. Turn on the Alarm
12:34 AM
Alarm
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A. Press MENU to select the Alarm
menu and highlight Alarm.
B. Press + or -- to select On or
Off.
2. Set the Alarm
12:34 AM
Alarm
Channel
Controls
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A. Press CHANNEL down to
highlight the Alarm Channel.
B. Press + to highlight
channel number.
the
C. Enter the channel that you
want the TV to turn on to with
the number buttons.
3. Press Done to save the
setting
12:34 AM
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3. Set On and Off Tunes
A. Press CHANNEL down to
highlight
the On or Off Time.
B. Press -- to set the hour.
C. Press + to set the minutes.
D. Press and hold -- to choose
Disabled. This turns the TV
only on or only off at a certain
time each day.
4. Press
setting
Done
to save
the
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12:34 AM
Alarm
Controls
ust
Setu
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Using Advanced Features
Watching Closed Captioning
Closed captioning displays the sound of a program as words on the TV
screen. It is useful for the deaf, hearing impaired, or anyone who wants to
watch a program without
sound.
Two types of dosed captioning are available. They are C1 and C2. Select
C1 for full translation of the primary language in your area. Select C2 for
secondary language translation, simplified English, or nothing at all.
This TV does not support the text mode. Text Mode is general
information usually shown in a box on the screen with information
not related to closed captioning.
1. Select the Controls
Menu
11:00 PM
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2. Highlight Closed
Captioning
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that is
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Press MENU to select the Controls
menu. This menu is yellow.
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11:00 PM
13
Press CHANNEL down to
highlight Closed Captioning.
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3. Select Setting
11:00 PM
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4. Press DONE to save the
setting
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13
Ad
Press + or- to select Off, C1, or C2.
Using Advanced Features
Setting Your TV for Antenna or Cable
Your TV automatically
adjusts this feature when the TV places channels
in memory (autoprogram).
1. Select the Setup menu
13
Press MENU repeatedly to select
the Setup menu. This menu is
white.
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Press CHANNEL down to
highlight Cable/Air.
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Press -!- or -- to select Cable or Air.
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2. Highlight
Cable/Air
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3. Select Cable
or Air
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Select Cable if you have cable.
Select Air if you have a home
antenna connected to your TV.
4. Press DONE to save the
setting
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References
Displays on the Screen
Your TV shows the settings of several features on the screen. To see what
features have been set on your TV, press DISPLAY on the remote.
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12:00 AM
Alarm Sleep
Volume
Mute
Screen
Display
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+
Stereo
1:55
or Unusable Signal
Description
Time of the dock.
KNBC
Name you chose to describe the channel.
(Not on all models)
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Channel number you are watching.
VIDEO
00
00
or VIDEO 00, S-VIDEO 00
(Not on all models)
12:00 AM
S-VIDEO
Details are on page 3.
Details are on page I3.
Indicates that a component is connected to the S-VIDEO jack on the back
of the TV, it is turned on, and channel 00 is selected.
Indicates that a component is connected to the VIDEO jack on the back of
the TV, it is turned on, and channel 00 is selected.
Alarm
Alarm clock is set to turn on or off. Details are on page 15.
Sleep
Sleep Timer is set to turn off the TV. Details are on page 14.
Volume
Sound level of the TV.
Unusable
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KNBC
Signal
Weak signal is coming
in on selected channel.
Mute
There is no sound.
Stereo
The sound is being broadcast in stereo. Details are on page 10.
1:55
The time remaining
See MUTE button on page 6.
for commercial
skip. Details are on page 6.
References
Trouble Checks
You may have problems that can be fixed with a few minor adjustments.
Look for the type of problem you are having below and then try the
suggestions to get your TV going again.
Trouble
Checks
and Adjustments
Power
TV will not turn on
Plug TV in.
Plug something
else into the outlet to make sure it is working.
Make sure batteries are not dead.
Aim the remote at the TV and press POWER.
Make sure batteries are placed in the remote the right way.
on page 2.
No picture, no sound but
TV has power
See batteries
Check antenna connections.
Check position of Cable/Air
Try another
channel.
feature.
See page 17.
Inactive channel may be tuned.
Make sure component connected to the VIDEO INPUT jacks is turned on
if you choose channel 00. (Not on all models)
Make sure TV is tuned to the same channel as the switch on back of VCR
if watching
a VCR.
Make sure TV/VCR button on VCR is in correct position.
Picture
Turn to channel
00 and turn on component
Blank screen or Unusable
Try another
Signal appears on screen
Scan the channels.
channel
Check antenna
Inactive channel may be tuned.
connections.
Adjust TV picture.
Picture
connected to jacks.
See pages 8-9.
poor, sound okay
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Reference
Trouble Checks
Trouble
Checks
and Adjustments
Remote
Buttons don't work when you
press them
Unplug TV for a few minutes and then turn it on again.
Works part or none of the
time
Clear the path between
the remote and TV of any objects.
Make sure batteries are not dead.
See if batteries are placed in remote
Can't select certain channel
Press number buttons.
on page 12.
Make sure TV/VCR
correctly.
See batteries, page 2.
Channel may not be in memory.
See autoprogram
switch on VCR is in the TV position.
For numbers over 100, press I until 1- appears, then press the other two
numbers.
Sound
Noisy stereo reception
Set Cable/Air
feature to Cable for channels
higher than 69. See page 17.
Turn Stereo off. The stereo broadcast may not be dear.
Picture okay, no sound
See page 10.
Press VOLUME + or MUTE to restore sound.
Make sure TV's speakers are on. Details are on page 11.
Picture
okay, sound poor
Try another
channel.
Try adjusting Stereo, Tone or Speakers option.
See page s 10-11.
Change Stereo to off. The stereo broadcast may not be clear. See page 10.
No stereo on stereo station
TV Turns
Make sure Stereo is turned on. See page 10.
on or off
Turns off by itself
Check Sleep Timer.
Wait 30 seconds
Check Alarm
Turns
on by itself
See sleep timer on page 14.
and turn on again, a power surge may have occured.
Off time. See alarm clock on page 15.
Check Alarm On Time.
See alarm clock on page 15.
Check Clock time. See clock on page 3.
Does not turn off at
Alarm Time
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Make sure alarm is turned on or off. See alarm clock on page 15.
Check Clock time. See clock on page 3.
References
Index
A
Adding
Channels
Sleep Timer ......................................
Stereo ................................................
Tone ...................................................
to Memory ...... ....12
Adjust
Autocolor ............................................
9
Bright ..................................................
9
Color ....................................................
9
Picture ..............................................
8-9
Picture Reset ...................................... 9
Sharpness ...........................................
9
Sound ...........................................
10-11
Tint ......................................................
9
Air or Cable Feature ....................... 17
Alarm Channel ................................... 15
Alarm Clock ........................................
15
Alarm Display .................................... 18
Alarm ...................................................
15
Channel .............................................
15
Off Time ............................................
15
On Tune ............................................
15
Set Clock ............................ .. ............... 3
Autocolor ...............................................
9
Autoprogram
......................................
12
B
Batteries (Remote) ............................... .2
Bright (Brightness) ............................... 9
Buttons
+ and- .....................................
.2,3,4,7
Menu ..................................................
4
Number ...............................................
6
Power ..................................................
7
Remote Control ........................... 4,5,6
TV ..................................................
3,5,7
C
Cable or Air Feature ..........................
Cancelling Sleep Timer .....................
Captioning, Closed ............................
Cautions ................................................
Channel Memory ...............................
Channel Name ....................................
Channel Number ................................
CHANNEL Up/Down
Remote ................................................
TV
17
14
16
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12
13
13
6
........................................................
7
Channels
Adding ..............................................
12
Deleting ............................................
12
Naming .............................................
13
Placing in Memory .......................... 12
Checks and Adjustments ............. 19,20
Clock
...............
.°.......°.
.........
,°...
..........
.°°.3
Closed Captioning ............................. 16
Color .......................................................
9
Colors (Menus) ..................................... 5
Commerical
Skip ................................ 18
Button ..................................................
6
Display ..............................................
18
Contents .................................................
1
Control
TV Front Panel ................................... 7
Remote ..........................................
4,5,6
Closed Captioning .......................... 16
Picture .................................................
8
14
10
10
R.
D
Deleting Channels fxom Memory ....12
DISPLAY Button .................................. 6
Displays (On-Screen) ......................... 18
Alarm, Channel Name,
Channel Number, Commerical Skip,
Mute, Sleep, Stereo, S-VIDEO 00,
Time, Unusable Signal,
VIDEO 00, Volume
DONE Button ........................................ 6
E
Erase a Name ..................................... .23
Erasing Channels fl'om Memory ...... 14
F
Front Panel Controls ..... ,...................... 7
G
Guide to:
Colors .................................................
.5
Menu Buttons .................................... 5
Moving through the Menus ............. 5
TV ..............................................
.2,3,4,5
H
References ...................................... 18-21
Trouble Checks .......................... 19-21
Warranty .......................... Back Cover
Remote
Basic Tour .......................................... .4
Batteries ............................................
.2
Buttons ............................................. 4,5
RESET Button .................................... 6
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Safety Information ................................i
Screen Displays ..................................18
Service ..................................Back Cover
Set Time ................................................ 3
Setting Cable/Air ............................... 17
Setting the Sleep Tuner. .................... 14
Setup Menu
Autoprogram ................................ 3,12
Cable / Air ......................................... 17
Channel Label .................................. 13
Channel Memory ............................ 12
Sharpness ..............................................
9
SKIP:30 Button ...................................... 6
Sleep .....................................................
14
Sound ..............................................
10,11
Speakers ...............................................
11
Startup ................................................. .2
Hook up TV ........... Connections Book
How to Adjust Your TV ......... 8,9,10,11
Naming the Channels ........................ 13
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Stereo ..............................................
10,11
Stereo Display .....................................18
T
Table of Contents .................................1
INPUT Button .......................................
6
TV Startup .........................................
.2,3
Time
M
5
MENU Buttons .....................................
Menus
Adjust ..................................................
9
Controls ..............................................
8
Setup ................................... 8,11,12,13
Mono ..................................................
10
Moving through the Menus ............... .5
Mute .......................................................
6
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Alarm ...............................................
Clock
°°.°..°..°
.......................
°°.°°°°,
.....
15
°°°°°3
Sleep Tuner ...................................... 14
Time Display ....................................... 18
Tint .........................................................
9
Tone .................................................
10,11
Tour of the Remote ..... . ........................ 4
Trouble Checks .............................. 19,20
Turn on Alarm .................................... 15
Turn on TV ........................................... _,
TV Buttons ........................................ 4,7
Naming the Channels ........................ 13
Number Buttons ................................... 6
O
Off Time (Alarm) ................................
On Time (Alarm) ................................
15
15
P
Picture .................................................
8-9
PictureQuery ..................................
8-9
Place channels in memory ..................3
Plug in TV ............................................ .2
POWER Button .....................................
PREV CHAN Button ............................
Previous Channel Button ....................
Putting in Batteries ...............................
2
6
6
4
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27" TABLETOP
COLOR TELEVISION
WITH REMOTE CONTROL
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After 90 daysfrom dateof purchaseandup to two years,Searswill furnish, free of
charge,a replacementfor the picturetube,if defective_
Youpayfor labor.
2. MODEL NUMBER
WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE BY CONTACTING THE NEAREST
SEARSSERVICECENTER]DEPARTMENTIN THE UNITED STATES.
3. PART DESCRIPTION
L38
Thiswarranty gives you specificlegal rights, and you may also haveother rights
whichvaryfrom stateto state.
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Sears, Roebuck and Co., DepL 817WA, Hoffman Estates,
MA.NL
IL 60179
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Part No. L38-13829-0
Printed in U.S.A. 5/93
1Q56 385-01A