Panasoni(
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Combination VCR
Operating Instructions
Model No.
PV-C923
As an ENERGY STAR _ Partner,
Matsushita Electric Corporation of America has determined
that this product or product model meets the ENERGY STAR _
guidelines
for energy efficienc_
Please read these instructions carefully before attempting
or adjust this product. Please save this manual.
to connect, operate,
F TV/CATV MODE SELECTION
When shipped from the factory, the TV/CATV menu option is set to the "CATV."
(Cable Television)
mode. If not using CATV, set this menu option to the "TV" position.
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.
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE
SHOCK,
THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
DO NOT REMOVE
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.
COVER
(OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS iNSIDE. REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
!
WARNING."
TO MOISTURE.
OR
PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK
HAZARD,
DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE
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WARNING:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digita! device, pursuant to
interference
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
-
Reorient
or relocate
-
increase
receiver
the separation
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the
-
Connect
different
the equipment into an outtet on a circuit
from that to which the receiver is connected.
instructions, may cause harmful
communications.
interference
-
Consult
However,
that interference
provide
reasonable
protection
ence in a residential
installation.
there is no guarantee
occur in a particular
installation.
cause harmful interference
limits are designed
against
harmful
to
interfer-
This equipment
to radio
If this equipment
to radio or television
does
recep*
INSTRUCTIONS
should
be
be
All warnings on the unit and in the operating
instructions should be adhered to.
4. FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS
and use instructions
should be followed.
Unplug this unit from the wall outlet before cleaning.
DO not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Use a damp cloth for cleaning the exterior cabinet only.
6. ATTACHMENTS
The manufacturer
recommendations
cause hazards.
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between
antenna.
the equipment
or an experienced
and
radio/TV
for help.
CAUTION:
Changes or modifications
not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance with the FCC Rules
could void the user's authority
7. WATER
The safety and operating instructions
retained for future reference.
3. HEED WARNINGS
the receiving
measures:
will not
All the safety and operating instructions should
read before the unit is operated.
2. RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS
AII operating
5. CLEANING
the dealer
technician
tion, which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the
1. READ
by one or more of the following
of this unit does not make any
for attachments,
as they may
to operate
this equipment.
AND MOISTURE
DO not use this unit near water. For example, near a
bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a
wet basement, or near a swimming pool.
8. ACCESSORIES
Do not place this unit on an unstable cart, stand,
tripod, bracket, or table.
The unit may fall, causing serious injury, and
serious damage to the unit.
PORTABLECART WARNING
(symbolprovidedby RETAC)
8A. An appliance and cart
combination
should be
moved with care.
Quick stops, excessive
force, and uneven
surfaces may cause
the appliance and cart
combination to overturn.
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9. VENTILATION
13. LIGHTNING
Slots and openings
in the cabinet
are provided for ventilation,
operation
back or bottom
and to ensure
TO protect your unit from a lightning
reliable
it is left unattended
of the unit, and to protect it from overheat-
ing. These
covered.
openings
must not be blocked
The openings
or
by
placing the unit on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar
surface.
This unit should
over a radiator
never be placed
or heat source.
damage
or cable system.
14. POWER
near or
This unit should not
LINES
An outside
antenna
of overhead
system should
such as a bookcase
the vicinity
or rack unless proper
ventilation
is provided
light or power circuits,
10. POWER
or the
have been adhered
to.
antenna
be operated
power source indicated
only from the type of
contact
For units intended
power, or other sources,
from battery
current
such power lines or circuits,
wall outlets
and extension
AND
LIQUID
OR POLARIZATION
voltage
spill or spray any type of liquid into the unit.
than the other). This plug will fit into the power outlet
If you are
17. OUTDOOR
If an outside
ANTENNA
GROUNDING
antenna
or cable system
unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try
to the unit, be sure the antenna
reversing
grounded
the plug. If the plug should
contact your electrician
outlet. Do not defeat
polarized
to replace
still fail to fit,
your obsolete
the safety purpose
plug, if your unit is equipped
grounding-type
plug, a plug having
voltage
of the
to provide
810 of the National
with a 3-wire
provides
a third (ground-
with respect
of the lead*in wire to an antenna
power outlet. This too, is a safety feature.
of grounding
conductors,
unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your
discharge
electrician
and requirements
Do not defeat
your obsolete
the safety purpose
outlet.
Power-supply
structure,
grounding
discharge
to grounding
for the grounding
electrodes,
electrode.
Do not attempt to service this unit yourself
PROTECTION
cords should
not likely to be walked
upon or against
them,
opening
be routed so that they are
on or pinched by items placed
paying
cords at plugs, convenience
particular
receptacles,
attention
unit, size
of antenna
18. SERVICING
of the grouoding-
type plug.
12. POWER-CORD
70,
to proper ground-
location
unit, connection
Section
Code, ANSI/NFPA
ing of the mast and supporting
If you are
against
static charges,
Electrical
information
is connected
or cable system is
some protection
surges and built-up
ing) pin. This plug will only fit into a grounding-type
to replace
in this unit,
points or short
out parts that could result in fire or electric shock. Never
one blade wider
only one way. This is a safety feature.
cords, as
shock.
any openings
as they may touch dangerous
with a polarized alternating-
line plug (a plug having
as
ENTRY
DO not push objects through
This unit is equipped
an outside
be taken to
this can result in a risk of fire or electric
16. OBJECT
refer to the operating
instructions.
11. GROUNDING
installing
care should
with them might be fatal.
Do not overload
dealer or local power
to operate
When
15. OVERLOADING
are not sure of the type of power supply to your
company.
in
electric
or where it can fall into such
extreme
keep from touching
on the rating plate. If you
home, consult your appliance
system,
not be located
power lines or other
power lines or circuits.
SOURCES
This unit should
and power line
surges.
instaflation
instructions
or when
This will prevent
to the unit due to lightning
be placed in a built-in
manufacturer's
storm,
for long periods of
time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect
the antenna
should never be blocked
and unused
or removing
dangerous
servicing
voltage
to qualified
covers
or other
may expose
hazards.
as
you to
Refer all
service personnel
to
and the point
where they exit from the appliance.
This product utilizes both a Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) and other components
that contain lead. Disposal
of these materials may be regulated in your community due to environmental
considerations.
For
disposal or recycling information
please contact your local authorities, or the Electronics industries
Alliance: <http://www.eiae.org.>
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19. DAMAGE
REQUIRING
SERVICE
20. REPLACEMENT
PARTS
Unplug this unit from the wall outlet and refer
When
replacement
servicing
to qualified
service
technician
following
conditions:
service personnel
under the
by the manufacturer
a. When the power*supply
cord or plug is damaged.
b. If liquid has been spilled,
or objects
have fallen
into the unit.
c.
d. If the unit does not operate
the operating
those controls
other controls
technician
normally
instructions.
as an improper
extensive
by
Adjust only
adjustment
of
and will
work by a qualified
substitutions
part.
may resuR in fire, electdc
CHECK
of any service or repairs to this
unit, ask the service technician
checks
to determine
operating
sources
operation.
has
been damaged.
be situated away from
such as radiators,
23. NOTE
a distinct
this indicates
change
in
a need for service.
amplifiers)
is provided
installer's
attention
provides
guidelines
particular,
connected
stoves, or
that produce
to call the CATV system
82040
of the NEC that
for proper grounding
and, in
that the cable ground
to the grounding
system
shall be
of the building,
as close to the point of cable entry as practical.
EXAMPLE
OF ANTENNA
GROUNDING
AS PER THE
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL
CODE
IN WIRE
• ANTENNA
DISCHARGE
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
GROUNDING
CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810_21)
GROUND
NEC*NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
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heat.
INSTALLER
to Article
specifies
heat
heat registers,
TO CATV SYSTEM
This reminder
When the unit exhibits
safety
condition.
other products (including
or the cabinet
to perform
that the unit is in proper
22. HEAT
The product should
to restore the unit to its normal
performance,
or those that have the same
as the original
Upon completion
by the operat-
may result in damage
e. If the unit has been dropped
f.
Unauthorized
21. SAFETY
to rain or wate£
that are covered
ing instructions,
often require
characteristics
be sure the
parts specified
shock or other hazards.
If the unit has been exposed
following
parts are required,
uses replacement
CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE
SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
UNIT
IMOISTURE
CONDENSATION
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DO NOT OPERATE ANY FUNCTIONS
ON THIS UNIT
FOR AT LEAST TWO OR THREE HOURS WHEN
MOISTURE
IN THE AIR CONDENSES
ON IT. LET THE
UNIT STAND WITH POWER ON (SEE BELOW).
•
WHAT
IS MOISTURE
CONDENSATION?
When a cold liquid is poured into a glass, for example,
water vapor in the air will condense on the surface of
the glass. This is called moisture condensation.
•
MOISTURE
WILL CONDENSE
THE FOLLOWING
CASES:
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• For a car equipped with air bags, be sure to follow the
manufacturer's
instructions
whenever
performing
any
electrical wiring work. Incorrect wiring can cause the air
bag system of a car to malfunction.
• Never cut the
an attempt to
Doing so can
lead, creating
insulation from the power supply lead in
draw power for another device.
overload the current capacity of the
the danger of fire and electric shock.
ON THE UNIT IN
• When you move the unit from a cold to a warm place.
• After heating a cold room or under extremely humid
conditions.
•
LINSTALL THE TVNCR IN YOUR CAR
WHEN YOU EXPERIENCE
THE ABOVE CONDITIONS,
"DEW*' appears on the screen and all the function
buttons except the EJECT button (or the STOP/
EJECT button on the unit) are made non-operational
to protect the video heads. In this case, eject the
video cassette, leave the unit turned on and let it
remain at room temperature
until moisture condensation disappears. Depending on the surrounding
conditions, this may take two or three hours.
• If you cause a static discharge when touching the unit,
and the unit fails to function, simply unplug the unit
from the wall outlet, wait 10 minutes and plug it back
in. The unit should return to normal operation.
• Avoid extreme heat or cold (4! F/5"0-104
P/40 C).
• Do not place the unit on or near appliances which may
cause electromagnetic
interference (e.g. speakers,
etc). Doing so may cause erratic operation of the unit
including picture and/or sound distortion or noise.
• Avoid extreme moisture and dust.
• The ventilation holes prevent overheating.
Do not
block or cover these holes. Especially avoid covering
the holes with soft materials such as cloth or paper.
• Do not insert fingers or any other objects into the
cassette loading slob Do not spray cleaner or wax
directly on the unit or use forced air to remove dust.
• Avoid places subject to strong vibration. Use in a
horizontal (fiat) position only.
• Keep the unit away from flower vases, sinks, etc.
if liquids should be spilled into the unit, serious damage
will result. If you spill any liquids into the unit, unplug the
AC power cord immediately and consult qualified
service personnel before attempting to use it again.
• When you finish operating the unit, always unload the
cassette and turn off the power.
• When you leave your home for a long time, unplug the
AC power cord.
• To protect the unit from a lightning storm, unplug the
AC power cord from the wall outlet and disconnect the
antenna.
• For proper insta!lation and wiring special technical
knowledge is required. If you have any doubts about
where to position or how to install components,
contact the retailer where you purchased the product,
your automobile dealership, or an automotive service
provider. Note that you will be charged separately for
installation work.
• Use all of the components
that come with this product
only as directed. Improper use of components
can
damage interior components
or result in improper
anchoring of components,
which creates the danger of
accident and personal injury.
• Improper
accident.
installation
creates
the danger
of fire and
• Take care so wires are not pinched between chassis
parts, by screws, or by the seat as it slides on its rails,
etc. Such conditions can cut wires and cause shorts,
creating
the danger of accident,
electric shock, and fire.
• Avoid installation
in areas subject to strong vibration
and areas where secure anchoring cannot be
achieved. Components
installed in such areas can
work loose, creating the danger of accident and
personal injury.
• Never install the TV/VCR on the dashboard or in any
other location where it obstructs forward vision.
• Never attach the stand to the roof of your car. Doing
so creates the danger of the TVNCR failing down.
• Never attach the stand to a sharply angled surface or to
a surface that causes the TVNCR to face downwards.
Such installation can cause the TV/VCR to fall
• Be sure to turn the ignition key of the car to the "OFF"
position before connecting or disconnecting
wires and
cables. Failure to do so creates the danger of electric
shock and personal injury.
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[DRIVING SAFETY
]
• Never watch the TV/VCR or try to adjuet seffings while driving. Doing so creates the danger of traffic accident. Before
operating the TV/VCR, be sure to stop the car in a safe area.
• When you leave your car unattended for tong periods, be
sure to unplug the TV/VCR from the cigarette lighter
socket. Leaving the TV/VCR plugged in can run down the
car's battery.
• Never install the unit on the dashboard or in any other
location where it obstructs forward vision. Items that
obstruct forward vision in a motor car may be illegal
Also, make sure that all components are ffista_ed where
they do not interfere with operation of the steering wheel
shift lever, brake pedal etc., for example under the driver's
seat, and where they do not endanger passengers.
Improper ffista_tetion creates the danger of traffic accident
and personal injury.
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• The unit is designed for use with a t2V DC automotive
power supply. Never use it in a truck, bus, or any other
car that has a 24V power supply.
• Be sure to stop your car in a safe area before watching or
adjusting the TV/VCR.
• Operating the TV/VCR for a long time with the engine of
your car stopped can run down your car's battery.
Video
combines
Cassette
Recorder
- Unique
a co_or TV and a video
space
cassette
High Quality Picture Technology - This TVNCR equipped
"HQ _ incorporates VHS High Quality technology. A builtdn
detail enhancer is used to boost the recorded signa_ and
provide maximum picture quality during playback. It is
compatible with other VHS video cassette recorders.
• Make sure all cables are bundled together so they do not
interfere with car operation, as described in this manual.
Improperly installed cables create the danger of entanglement with the steering whee{, shift lever, brake pedal, etc.
[IMPORTANT NOTES:
TV With
saving
design
recorder.
120V AC or DC Operation - This TV/VCR is designed to
operate from household AC current or from a t2V DC car
cigarette lighter socket.
181 Channel Tuner - Receives standard VHF and UHF
broadcast channels and up to 113 cable channels. The
actua_ number of channels received depends upon channel
reception in your area or your cable system.
Closed Caption Decoder With Full Text Mode - Displays
text captions or full screen text on the screen for hearthg
impaired viewers.
• Never leave the TV/VCR in areas exposed to temperature
extremes or strong direct sunlight. Leaving it in a dosed
car, in direct sunlight, near a heater, etc. can cause
deformation of the case. Using this product in areas that
are colder than 5°C (41 °F) or hotter than 4O°C (tO4°F)
can result in poor image quality.
8-Programs/t-Month
Programmable Timer With EvePj*
day/Every Week Capability * The buifein timer allows
automatic absentee recording of up to 8 TV programs within
t month. It is also possible to record a program which is
broadcast at the same time everyday or every week.
• Never use benzene or other chemica_ agents for cleaning.
Chemicals can damage the case and remove markings.
Use a soft cloth moistened with a weak sotstion of water
Automatic Clock Set - Once your TVNCR is plugged into
theAC outlet, it automatically sets the correct date and time.
and mild neufra_ detergent. Wring out all excess moisture
from the cloth before wiping.
• Never drop the TV/VCR or otherwise
impact.
subject it to strong
• Should the TV/VCR ever begin to emit smoke, abnorma_
odor, or a strange noise, immediately turn off power and
unplug the unit from the cigarette lighter socket. Continued use of the TV/VCR under any of these conditions
creates the danger of fire and electric shock.
• Do not continue to use the TV/VCR if it is malfunctioning
and does not produce a video image or sound.
Whenever you notice such symptoms, immediately turn
off power, unplug the TV/VCR from the cigarette lighter
socket. Continued use of the TV/VCR creates the danger
of fire and e{ectric shock.
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On-Screen "[V Display And VCR Programming - When
you select a channel or make other changes, the TV will
show an indicator on the screen for a few seconds. Timer
recording can be programmed and confirmed on the screen.
Picture Adjustments Using The Remote Control - The
On-Screen display allows precise remote contro_adjustment
of BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, COLOR, TINT and
SHARPNESS.
Automatic Playback/Rewind-Stop*Ejeut
- When loading a
cassette tape without the erase prevention tab, this TVNCR
will autometica_ly p_ay back the cassette tape at the correct
speed. When a tape reaches its end during play-back, recordil_g
(except during OTR and Timer Record) and fast forward, it wilt
automatically stop, rewind, stop and eject the tape.
programmable ONIOFF Timer - Allows you to automatically
turn on or off the TVNCR at a set time.
programmable 33/Sleep Timer - Operable from the remote
control, the TV can be programmed up to 120 minutes to turn
off automatically.
Automatic Repeat Play System - When Auto Repeat option
is turned on, the TV/VCR witl automatically p_ay back the
same cassette tape repeatedly.
One*touch Timer Recording (OTR) - Simply by pressing
the REC/OTR button, the TVNCR can be programmed for
up to 5 hours of recording with an immediate start.
AudioNideo
Input/Output
Jacks - AVCR or other video
device may be hooked up to this TMNCR for dubbing or
playback purposes.
CM Skip - When the CM SKIP button is pressed during
playback, the TVNCR wilt automatically search forward in
30 second increments to a maximum of 3 minutes with
each press of the CM SKIP button, and then return to
norma_ playback.
2 Speed Picture Search - 3 or 5 times normal speed in SP
mode (7X or 9X in LP and 9X or 15X in SLP).
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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FEATURES .................................................................
LOCATION OF CONTROLS .......................................
REMOTE CONTROL
..................................................
POWER SOURCES
.................................................
ANTENNA CONNECTIONS
.....................................
CABLE TV CONNECTIONS
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SETTING THE LANGUAGE .....................................
AUTO CLOCK SETTING ..........................................
MANUAL CLOCK SETTING .....................................
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11
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TV OPERATION
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TO MEMORIZE CHANNELS
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SETTING THE V-CHIP .............................................
TO SET THE ON TIMER ..........................................
TO SET THE OFF TIMER .........................................
PICTURE CONTROL ADJUSTMENTS
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18
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LOADING AND UNLOADING .....................................
PLAYBACK
...............................................................
SPECIAL PLAYBACK ...............................................
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RECORDING
A TV PROGRAM ................................
ONE*TOUCH
TIMER RECORDING
(OTR) ..............
TIMER RECORDING
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22
USING THE REAL TIME TAPE COUNTER ..............
USING ZERO SEARCH ...........................................
DUPLiCATiNG
A VIDEO TAPE .................................
RECEPTION
DISTURBANCES
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VIDEO HEAD CLEANING
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TROUBLESHOOTING
GUIDE .................................
SPECIFICATIONS
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INDEX OF CONTROLS
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SPANISH QUICK USE GUIDE
(GU{A PAPA R,g,PIDA CONSULTA)
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LIMITED WARRANTY
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CUSTOMER
SERVICES DIRECTORY
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INDEX .......................................................................
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3 Speed Playback * Plays three tape speeds (SP, LP, SLP).
2 Speed Record - Records two tape speeds (SP, SLP).
Real Time Tape Counter With Zero Search - The counter
displays the real tape time and the zero search can be used
to return the tape to a pre-selected position (00:00:00) whita
the counter can be used to locate programs.
Digital Auto Tracking - Automatically adjusts tracking
during ptayback for the best possible picture.
On-Screen 3 Language Display -You can select one of 3
languages, English, Spanish or French for on-screen
programming.
V-Chip - The V-Chip function can read the rating of a TV
program or movie content if the program is encoded with this
information. V-Chip wil_ allow you to set a restriction level.
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Accessories
Remote Control
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Batteries 2 "AAA"
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Telescopic Antenna
(t 25C108027)
t2V DC Car Cord
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DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS
FRONT:
1. Cassette Loading Slot - To insert or remove a
video tape.
2. POWER Button - Press to turn the TV/VCR on or off.
3. POWER Indicator
- Light when the power is turned
on.
4. PROG TIMER Indicator
- Lights when the unit is in
the Timer Record Mode.
5. REC Indicator
- Lights when the TVNCR is
recording.
6. STOP/EJECT
Button - Press once to stop the tape
in any mode. Press again to eject the tape.
7. FF (Fast Forward)
Button - In the Stop mode, this
button rapidly winds the tape forward, in the Play
mode, this button activates forward search.
8. PHONES Jacks - Plug monaural headphones or an
earphone with an 1/8" miniplug into these jacks for
private listening. Two persons can be able to use
these jacks at the same time.
9. Remote Sensor - Signals from the Remote Contro_
are received here.
10. VOL - / + Buttons - Press to raise or lower the
volume of the sound.
11. CH • / • Buttons - Press to select a channel for
viewing or recording.
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12. REC Button - Press once to start normal recording.
Additiona_ presses activate One-touch Timer
Recording.
13. PLAY Button - Press to play a prerecorded tape.
14. REW (Rewind)
Button - in the Stop mode, this
button rapidly winds the tape backwards,
in the Play
mode, this button activates reverse search.
15. AudioNideo
In (LINE 2) Jacks - Audio and video
signal cables from an external source can be
connected here.
REAR:
16. VHFIUHF Antenna Jack - Connect the 75 ohm
coaxial cable from the antenna or Cable TV service
to this jack.
17. AUDIOIVIDEO
OUT Jacks - Used to output audio
and video signals to a TV, amplifier or VCR.
18. AUBIONIDEO
IN (LINE 1) Jacks -Audio and video
signal cables from an external source can be
connected here.
19. AC Power Cord - Connect to a 120V, 60Hz outlet.
20. DC Input Jack - Connect the 12V DC car cord
(supplied) here for DC operation.
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DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS
1. POWER Button - Press to turn the TV/VCR on. Press
again to turn the TV/VCR off.
2. Direct Channel Selection Buttons (0-9) - A_lows
direct access to any channel
3. EJECT Button _ Press to eject the tape.
4. MENU Button.
Press to display the On-Screen menu
function.
5. MUTE Button * Press to turn off the sound. Press again
to turn the sound back on.
6. REW (Rewind) Button - In the Stop mode, this button
rapidly winds the tape backwards. In the Play mode,
this button activates reverse search.
7. COUNTER RESET Button - Used to reset the counter
to 0O:OO:OO.
8. SPEED Button - Sets the tape speed for recording.
9. CC Button - Switches between Caption, Text and TV
modes for Closed-Captionett
programs.
t0. SET/TRACKING
+/- Buttons - Used to set or adjust in
the menu mode. During playback they are used to adjust
manually.
tt. CANCEL Button - Used to clear the selected program
and to move the cursor backward.
t2. VOL +/- Buttons - Press the + button to increase, or
the - button to decrease the vo{ume level.
t3. CM SKIP Button - Press in the playback mode to
search forward in 30 seconds increments to a
maximum of 3 minutes.
t4.
PROGRAM Button - Press to confirm the programmed
timer recording and ON/OFF timer.
t5. SLEEP Button - Sets the TV to turn oft automatically
after up to 120 minutes.
16. INPUT Button * Switches the program for viewing
between the VCR and extema_ input sources.
17. CH A/• Buttons - Press the • button to change to a
higher numbered channel set into memory. Press the •
button to change to a lower numbered channel set into
memory.
18. PLAY Button - Press to play a prerecorded tape.
19. STOP Button - Press once to stop the tape.
20. ZERO SEARCH Button - Use to stop the tape when the
counter reaches 00:00:00.
2t. REC/OTR Button - Press once to start norma_
recording. Additional presses activate One-touch Timer
Recording.
22. R-TUNE Button - Switches between the presect
channe_ and the last channel selected.
23. ENTER Button - Press to enter or select information
for On-Screen opera_ons.
24. DISPLAY Button - Disptays the present time/day of the
week, channel counter, speed selection (and VCR
mode if VCR is playing) on the TV screen.
25. FF (Fast Fo_vard) Button - In the Stop mode, this
button rapidly winds the tape forward, in the Play
mode, this button activates forward search.
26. PAUSE/STILL Button - During recording, this button
temporarily stops the tape. During playback, it stops
the tape and displays a still image on the TV screen.
27. TRACKING AUTO Button -Allows automatic
adjustment of tracking to minimize picture noise during
playback.
28. PROG TIMER Button - Used to set the TVNCR to
start recording at a preset time.
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[BATTERY INSTALLATION
Open the battery compartment
Use the AC polarized line cord provided for operation on
AC. insert the AC cord plug into a standard 120V 60Hz
polarized AC outlet.
cover.
NOTES:
Install two "AAA" batteries, paying attention to the polarity
diagram in the battery compartment.
Replace the compartment
• If you cause a static discharge when touching
the unit, and the unit fails to function, simply
unplug the unit from the wall outlet, wait 10
minutes and plug it back in. The unit should
return to normal operation.
AC Outlet
cover.
[BATTERY PRECAUTIONS
The precautions below should
batteries in this device:
• Never connect the AC line cord plug to
anything other than the specified voltage ( 12OV
60Hz). Use the attached power cord only.
• If the polarized AC cord does not fit into a
nonpolarized AC outlet, do not attempt to file
or cut the blade. It is the user's responsibility
to have an electrician replace the obsolete
outlet.
be followed
1 Use only the size and type of batteries
Wider Hole
and Blade
when using
specified.
2 Be sure to follow the correct polarity when installing
the batteries as indicated in the battery compartment.
Reversed batteries may cause damage to the device.
3 Do not mix different types of batteries together (e.g. Alkaline and Carbomzinc)
or old batteries with flesh ones.
4 If the device is not to be used for a long period of time,
remove the batteries to prevent damage or injury from
possible battery leakage.
5 Do not try to recharge batteries not intended to be
recharged; they can overheat and rupture (Follow
battery manufacturer's
directions).
EFFECTIVE DISTANCE OF THE
REMOTE CONTROL
(One blade
is wider than the other.)
ITO USE DC POWER
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By using the DO car cord supplied with the TV/VCR, you
can operate this TV/VCR from a cigarette lighter socket
in any car that utilizes a negative ground system.
The fused 12V DC car cord has been designed to power
the set from the external DC power (12 volt negative
ground) through the TV/VCR DC input jack.
]
Connect the smaller plug on the end of the cord to the
DC input jack on the rear of the TVNCR,
then insert the
other end of the car cord into the cigarette lighter socket
of your car. Make sure that the cord makes a firm
connection.
It may be necessary to try several insertions,
the plug for proper electrical connection.
TV/VCR
_METEIS
CAR
(15 FEET)
-NOTES:
• When there is an obstacle
.i _
and the remote control, the remote control may
not operate.
• When direct sunlight, an incandescent
lamp,
fluorescent lamp or any other strong light
shines on the Remote sensor of the TV/VCR,
the remote operation may be unstable.
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rotating
To Cigarette
Lighter Socket
between the TV/VCR
-- Tooc,o0
7[_
Car Cord (supplied)
NOTES:
• ALWAYS TURN OFF TVNCR FIRST BEFORE
SWITCH ON OR OFF THE IGNITION OF CAR
ENGINE.
• Make sure that the negative terminal
battery
is grounded.
use with negative
of the
This set is designed
ground
system
Combination VHF/UHF Antenna
(Single 75 ohm cable or 300 ohm
twin-lead wire)
for
only.
• Use the supplied car cord only.
• When the TVNCR
is not in use, always
disconnect
it from the car cigarette
Connect the 75 ohm cable from the combination
UHF antenna to the Antenna Jack.
lighter
socket to avoid a battery drain.
• if the TVNCR
is to be directly
12M DC power source,
connected
for example,
to a
recrea*
tional vehicle (RV) applications,
make sure
the power cord is connected after the ignition
switch
VHF/
If your combination
VHF/UHF
antenna has a 300 ohm
twin-lead wire, the use of the 300_75 ohm Matching
Transformer
may be necessary.
Connect the VHF 75 ohm cable and UHF 300 ohm
Antenna
Jack
Antenna
Jack
to avoid battery drain.
• Do not operate the TVNCR if the car battery
is weak. Peak current from the car alternator
75 ohm
Coaxial
Cable
could blow the DC fuse.
• Check the battery's charge level regularly
when the TVNCR is used in a vehicle.
REPLACING THE FUSE IN THE CAR
BATTERY CORD PLUG
if the fuse in the car battery cord plug blows, replace it
with a new 8 A fuse (Fast Blow Type) as shown below.
Unscrew
If you are using an indoor or outdoor antenna, follow
the instructions
below that correspond
to your
antenna system. If you are using a cable TV service
(CAW), see page 12 for Cable TV connections.
the tip of the plug to remove.
UHFI
VHF
300W5 ohm Matching
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Transformer
Combination VHF/UHF Antenna
(Separate VHF and UHF 300 ohm
twin-lead wires)
Connect the U H F 300 ohm twin-lead
wire to the Combiner
(not supplied). Connect the VHF 300 ohm twin-lead
wire to the 300W5 ohm Matching Transformer.
Attach
the Transformer
to the Combiner, then attach the
Combiner to the Antenna Jack.
Antenna
Jack
(_
Transf°rmeru_F_
300-75
ohm Matching
Combiner
Z_
Please
use correct
fuse.
UHF 300 oh
VHF 300 ohm
Separate VHF/UHF Antennas
(75 ohm VHF cable and 300 ohm UHF
twin-lead wires)
Connect
the VHF 75 ohm cable and UHF 300 ohm
twinqead wire to the Combiner (not supplied).
the Combiner to the Antenna Jack.
Antenna
Attach
Jack
UHF 300 ohm
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This TV/VCR has an extended tuning range and can tune most cable channels without using a Cable TV
converter box. Some cable companies
offer "premium
pay channels"
in which the signal is scrambled,
Descramhling
these signals for normal viewing requires the use of a descramhler
device which is generally
provided by the cable company.
[FOR SUBSCRIBERS TO BASIC CABLE TV SERVICE
For basic cable service
not requiring
connect
the CATV
ohm Coaxial
on the back
of the 75
TV/VCR.
a Converter/Descrambler
Cable directly
]
box,
to the Antenna
Antenna
Jack
_
Jack
_
75 ohm
Coaxial Cable
UHF/
VHF
[FOR SUBSCRIBERS TO SCRAMBLED CABLE TV SERVICE
]
If you subscribe to a cable TV service which requires the use of a Converter/Descrambler
box, connect the incoming
75 ohm Coaxial Cable to the Conver ter/Descrambler
box. Using another 75 ohm Coaxial Cable, connect the output jack
of the ConverteriDescrambler
box to the Antenna Jack on the TV/VCR. Follow the connections shown below. Set the
TV/VCR to the output channel of the Conver teriDescrambler
Descrambler
box to select channels.
incoming
box (usually
channel
3 or 4) and use the Converter/
75 ohm
CATV cable
Antenna
. i Converter/Descrambler
Jack
i 75 ohm Cable to TV/VOR
UHF/
VHF
FOR SUBSCRIBERS TO UNSCRAMBLED
SCRAMBLED PREMIUM CHANNELS
BASIC CABLE TV SERVICE WITH
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If you subscribe to a cable TV service in which basic channels are unscrambled
and premium channels require the
use of a Converter/Descrambler
box, you may wish to use a signal splitter and an A/B Switch box (available from the
Cable company or an electronics supply store). Follow the connections
shown below. With the switch in the "B"
position, you can directly tune any nonscrambled
channels on your TV/VCR. With the switch in the "A" position, tune
your TV/VCR to the output of the ConverteuuDescrarnbler
box (usually channel 3 or 4) and use the Converter/
Descrambler
box to tune scrambled channels.
75 ohm cable
to TV/VCR
Antenna
Jack
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CATV751ncoming
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SI litter
Conver ter/Descrambler
A/B Switch
This TVNCR
can display the on screen language in
English, Spanish or French.
On-screen
language
selection (step 3) will automatically appear on the screen when you press the MENU
button initially. Select the language
you prefer first,
then proceed with the other menu options.
1 Press the MENU button.
Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or button to select the SYSTEM
SETUP
ENTER
UHF/
VHF
2
SysTEM SETUp
3 Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or
- button to select the desired
language: English (ENGLISH),
Spanish (ESPAI_IOL) or French
(FRANCAIS),
then press the
ENTER button
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,
4
Press the MENU button
MENU
screen is cleared.
until the
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ENTER button
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AUTO REPEAT ON )OFF
SYSTEM SETUP
option, then press the
button.
Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or
- button to setect the LAN-
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4
The Auto Clock function will automatically
set the
built-in clock (Month, Day, Year and Time) when the
TV/VCR is connected to an Antenna or Cable system
and it is turned off. As the TVNCR searches for a
receivable station in your area and it receives a
broadcast signal for Auto Clock, the Auto Clock needs
several minutes to set itself.
IAUTO CLOCK SETTING
PACIFIC
ALASKA
HAWAII
AUTO
5 Press the MENU
cleared.
1 Connect the Antenna or Cable system.
• if you use a cable box, turn it on.
2 Plug the AC Power cord to the AC outtet.
3 Make sure the TV/VCR is turned off.
• If you press the POWER button, the Auto Clock set is
not effective.
4 Wait at least three minutes and press the POWER button.
5 Press the DISPLAY button to check the clock on the
screen.
6 If the clock is not set, check the Antenna condition. The
Auto Clock may not function properly if the reception
condition is not good.
IAUTOCLOCK ADJUSTMENT
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TheAuto Clock Adjustment will be performed at 12:00 PM
everyday if you turn off the TVNCR.
• if you use a cable box and you want Auto Clock adjustment to be performed, the cabte box must be left on.
• The Auto Clock Adjustment is not effective when there
is a difference of more than 5 minutes exists between
the builbin clock time and the actual time.
ITO SET AUTO CLOCK TO OFF
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repeatedly
screen
is
• To be able to select the standard time, the
clock must first be set by "AUTO CLOCK" once.
• When shipped from factory, the STANDARD
TiME option is set to AUTO.
IDAYLIGHT SAVING TIME SETTING
You can set the Daylight
Saving Time "ON" or "OFF".
1 Press the MENU button. Press
the SET/TRACKING
+ or- button
to select the SYSTEM SETUP
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SAVING TIME option, then press
the ENTER button.
3 Press the SET/TRACKING
+ orbutton to select "ON" or "OFF",
then press the ENTER button.
Press the MENU button until the
MENU screen is cleared.
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DAYLI_T
SAWNG TIME
ON
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ON:
OFF:
forward one hour
back one hour
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the
AUTO CLOCK option.
5 Press the ENTER button to select OFF.
6 Press the MENU button
normal screen.
NOTES:
GMT8
GMT9 hours
hours
GMT10 hours
AUTO SET
button until the MENU
option, then press the ENTER
button.
2 Press the SET/TRACKING
+ orbutton to select the DAYLIGHT
When shipped from factory the AUTO CLOCK option is
set to ON.
But if you do not want Auto Clock set (Adjustment):
1 Turn on the TVNCR.
2 Press the MENU button.
3 Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or - button to select the
SYSTEM SETUP option, then press the ENTER
button.
4 Press the SET/TRACKiNG
+ or - button to select
Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or - button to select your
time zone, then press the ENTER button.
ATLANTIC
GMT4 hours
(GMT: Greenwich Mean Time)
EASTERN
GMT5 hours
CENTRAL
GMT6 hours
MOUNTAIN
GMT7 hours
When you set the Daylight Saving Time on the first Sunday
in April you set to "ON", and on the last Sunday in October
you set to "OFF".
to return to the
• When the AUTO CLOCK is set to OFF, the Auto Clock
adjustment does not function.
• Set the clock manually (see page 14).
ITO SET STANDARD TIME
In the rare event that you live within broadcast range of
two stations in two different time zones, the TV/VCR
may recognize the wrong station for the Auto Clock set.
To correct the situation:
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or - button to select the
NOTES:
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• When shipped from factory, the DAYLIGHT
SAVING TIME option is set to OFF position.
• When the clock is not set, Daylight Saving
Time setting is not available.
• When there is no Daylight Saving Time in your
area, always select OFF position in step 3.
SYSTEM SETUP option, then press the ENTER button.
3 Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or - button to select the
STANDARD
button.
TIME option, then press the ENTER
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You must set the date and time manually for Timer
Recordings,
ON/OFF Timer and Daylight Saving Time
if the Auto Clock process did not set them correctly.
SETUP option, then press the
ENTER button.
2
Press the SET/TRACKING
+ orbutton to select the CLOCK SET
Press the SET/TRACKING
button to set the month,
the ENTER button.
4
+ or-
then press
Set the day, year and time as th
step 3.
After setting the clock, date and time
starts functioning
automatically.
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bars. If the volume decreases,
bars also decreases.
the number of green
3
Set the TV/CATV menu option
position (See page 16).
to the appropriate
4
Press the Direct Channel selection buttons
the channel.
• TV mode direct channel selection
to select
OFF
•
MONT_{
NOTES:
button.
When the TV/CATV menu option is in the TV
position, all channels can be instantly selected by
• CLOCK
S_T
using two buttons (for example, to select channel 2,
press "0", then "2". If you press only "2", channel
selection will be delayed for a few seconds). For
T_M£
12OOAM
channels 10 and above, press the 2 digits in orden
(+/-/E_TER/CA_CEUME_U) • CATV mode direct channel selection
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3
indicated on the screen by
green bars. As the volume level
increases, so do the number of
CLOCK SI_T
r - \ zSy$TEM
SI_TUP
option, then press the ENTER
button.
press the POWER
2Adustth
eve
bY
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SYSTEM
SETUP
_
To turn on the TV/VCR,
pressing the VOL + or - button.
The volume level will be
EXAMPLE: Setting the clock to "8:30 AM", 29th (WED)
October, 2003.
1 Press the MENU button.
Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or button to select the SYSTEM
1
t
WEB
• After a power failure or disconnection
of the
power piug, the time display will be lost. In
this case, set the present time again if the
Auto Clock did not set correctly.
• To move cursor backward, press the CANCEL
button.
When the TV/CATV menu option is in the CATV
position, channels can be selected as follows:
• TO SELECT CATV CHANNELS:
1 _9
Press *'0" twice, then %9 as needed.
Example, to select channel 2, press "002".
10-12
Press "0", then the remaining 2 digits.
Example, to select channel 12, press "012".
13-99
Press the 2 digits in order.
Example, to select channel 36, press "36".
100-125 Press the 3 digits in order.
Example, to select channel 120, press "120".
If only I or 2 buttons are pressed,
the corresponding
channel will be
selected in 2 seconds.
NOTES:
• If a channel
with no broadcast
is selected,
the sound will automatically
be muted.
• If a station being viewed stops broadcasting,
the TV will automatically
shut itself off after
15 minutes.
IMUTE
bdefly appear on the screen. The
sound can be switched back on by
pressing this button again or one
of the VOL + or - button.
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MUT_
ICHANNEL
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button. The channel automatically
stops at the next channel set
into memory. For proper operation,
before selecting channels, they
should be set into the memory.
See pages f6 and 17 "To memorize
channels".
to the last channel selected by
pressing
the R-TUNE button. Press
this button again to return to the
last channel you were watching.
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Press the DISPLAY
button. The clock, date, channel
number, real time tape counter, tape speed and VCR
operation will be indicated.
Press the DISPLAY button again to disappear the call display.
Current time
VCR Operation
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: Play
_
: Rewind
: Fast-forward
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RealTime Counter
A
: Eject
•
: Recording
||
: Pause
normal TV and the two
•
: Stop
WHAT
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To set the TV/VCR to turn off after a preset amount of
time, press the SLEEP button on the remote control
The clock will count down 10 minutes for each press of
the SLEEP button (120, 1 f0, ... 10, 0). After the sleep time
is programmed,
the display will appear briefly every ten
minutes to remind you that the sleep timer is operating.
s_
• If using an indoor antenna or if TV reception
is very poor, the Closed Caption Decoder text
may not appeal-. In this case, adjust the
antenna for better reception or use an outdoor
antenna.
• When activating the C_osed Captioned
Decoder, there will be a short delay before
the Closed Captioned text appears on the
screen.
• Closed Captioned TV programs can be
recorded and played back on a VCR with the
Closed Captioned text intact. The Closed
Captioning
text wil_ disappear during Cue,
Rewind and Pause modes or if the VCR
• ffthe Display is on, the Closed
will not appear.
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cA_o_ c_
tracking is not adjusted properly.
• Closed Captioned text is only displayed
locations where it is available.
To listen through the headphones,
insert a
headphones
(not supplied) with a 1/8" mini plug
into PHONES jack on the front. The sound from
the TV speaker is muted.
To confirm
the sleep
timerand
setting,
press
the SLEEP
button
the
remaining time will be momentarily
displayed.To cancel the sleep timer,
press the SLEEP button repeatedly
until the display turns to O.
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closed caption modes (captions and
full screen text). Closed captioning
will display text on the screen for
headog impaired viewers.
NOTES:
NOTE:
CH0_2
ICLOSED CAPTION
between
c_0_2
IDISPLAY
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I IR'TUNE
Press the MUTE button to switch
off the sound. The TV/VCR's sound
will be silenced and "MUTE" will
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IS CLOSED
Captioning
in
text
CAPTIONING?
This television has the capability to decode and display
Closed Captioned television programs. Closed Captioning
will display text on the screen for hearing impaired
viewers or it will translate and display text in another
language.
CLOSED
CAPTIONING
WITH
A VCR
Closed Captioned programs can be recorded and played
back on a VCR with the Closed Captioned text intact.
The Closed Captioned text will disappear during Cue
(Fast Forward Search), Review (Rewind Search) and
Pause Modes or if the VCR tracking is not adjusted
properly.
TO VIEW CLOSED CAPTIONS
Press the CC button on the remote contro_ to switch
between normal TV and the two Closed Caption Modes
(Captions and Ful_Screen Text).
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Captions: This Closed Caption Mode will display text on
the screen in English or another language (depending
on the setting of the Closed Captions CH. 1 or 2).
Generally, Closed Captions in English are transmitted on
Captions Channel 1 and Closed Captions in other
laoguages are transmitted on Captions Channel 2.
Text: The Text Closed Caption Mode will usually fill the
screen with a programming schedule or other information.
After selecting a Closed Caption Mode, it will stay in
effect until it is changed, even if the channel is changed.
If the Captions signal is lost due to a commercial or a
break in the signal, the Captions will reappear when the
signal is received again• ff the channels are changed,
the Captions will be delayed approximately
10 seconds•
The Captions will appear in places on the screen where
they will least interfere with the picture, usually on the
bottom of the screen• News programs will usually show
three-line Closed Captions which scrolI onto the screen.
Most other shows provide two or three lined Captions
placed near the character who is speaking so the viewer
can follow the dialogue.
Words in italics or underlined describe titles, words in
foreign languages or words requiring emphasis. Words
that are sung usually appear enclosed by musical notes.
For television programs broadcasting
with Closed Cap*
tions, look in your TV guide for the Closed Captions
symbol
This TVIVCR is equipped with a channel memory
feature which allows channels to skip up or down to
the next channel set into memory, skipping over
unwanted channels. Before selecting channels, they
must be programmed
into the TV/VCR's
memory. In
addition to normal VHF and UHF channels, this TV/
VCR can receive up to 113 Cable TV channels. To
use this TV/VCR with an antenna, set the TV/CATV
menu option to the TV mode. When shipped from the
factory, this menu option is in the CATV mode.
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ITV/CATV SELECTION
1 Press the MENU
2
button.
mode, then
button.
press
MENU
I+/_NTE_2_I_
the ENTER
3 Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or
- button to select the TV/CATV
mode.
4
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C_ SETUP
_t, AOTO CH MEMORY
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Press the ENTER button to
select the TV or CATV mode.
The arrow indicates the selected.
_ut
(CC).
VHF/UHF/CATV
TV
VHF
2-13
• When selecting Closed Captions, the captioning will
be delayed approximately
10 seconds.
• ff no caption signal is received, no captions wil_
appear, but the television wil_ remain in the Caption
Mode.
• When Captions are being displayed, on*screen
displays, such as volume and mute may not be seen
or may interfere with Closed Captions.
• Misspellings
or unusual characters may occasionally
appear during Closed Captioning• This is normal with
Closed Captioning, especially with live programs• This
is because during live programs, captions are also
entered live. These transmissions
do not allow time for
editing.
• Some cable systems and copy protection systems
may interfere with the Closed Captioned signal.
• if using an indoor antenna or if TV reception is very
poor, the Closed Caption Decoder may not appear or
may appear with strange characters or misspelled
words• in this case, adjust the antenna for better
reception or use an outdoor antenna.
CHANNELS
CATV
VHF
2=13
UHF
14-69
STD/HRC/IRC
14-36 (At (W)
37-59 (AA) (WW)
60-85 (AAA) (ZZZ)
86-94 (86) (94)
95-99 (A-5) (A-1)
100-125 (100)(125)
01 (5At
5 Press the MENU button unti_ the MENU screen is cleared.
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IAUTOMATIC MEMORY TUNING
1 Press the MENU
button.
2 Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or
- button to select the CH SETUP
-|
mode, then press the ENTER
button.
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button. The TV/VCR
will
MEMORY mode, then press the
nels
begin available
memorizingin your
all• area.
the chain
.
Channel
numbers
w_ll remain red
until auto memorizing
4
Press the MENU
cleared.
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is complete.
button
until the MENU screen
is
NOTES:
• TO avoid forgetting the password, write it down and
keep in a safe place.
• If you are changing channels using a cable box, while
the TV/VCR remains on channel 3 or 4, the V-Chip
operates differently. When you enter your password to
temporarily
release the block on any channel, you
have completely
disabled the V-Chip function for all
stations. To reset the V-Chip turn your TVNCR off and
back on.
• Some cable boxes are built with a delay feature, in
some cases it can take up to 10 seconds for a program
to appear after the password has been input.
ITO ADD/DELETECHANNELS
1 Press the MENU
button.
2 Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or
- button to select the CH SETUP
mode, then press the ENTER
button.
3 Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or
- button to select the ADD/
Select the desired
channel
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TVSETUP
MENU
CHSETUP
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DELETE mode, then press the
ENTER button.
4
[_-
to be
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memorized or deleted using the
SET/TRACKING
+ or - button,
or using the Direct Channel
Selection buttons (10 keys, 0-9).
ADO
S Press the ENTER button to
select the ADD or DELETE.
ITOSET THE
CH003
2
button untl the MENU
screen is
Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or
- button to display the desired
setting, then press the ENTER
button.
OFF
TV-Y
: TV RATING
: All children
TV-Y7
TV-G
TV-PG
TV-14
TV-MA
:
:
:
:
:
• When
is not set
An age limitation can be set to forbid children to see
and hear violent scenes or pictures for adults, etc.
The TV/VCR responds to "TV RATING" and "MOVIE
RATING". To use the V-Chip function, you must
register a password.
ITO REGISTER THE PASSWORD
2
3
button.
3
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then press the ENTER
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button.
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4 Enter the password (4 digits) using the Direct Channel Selection k t*"-_E_T_ME_U_
buttons (0-9), then press the EN- f- VCH_PSET
TER button.
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5 Enter the same password again
*'_"appears instead of the number.
for safety, then press the ENTER
button.
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you select TV- Y7, TV-PG, TV-14 or TV-MA,
to explain the rating.
+ or - button to select
4
-
then press the ENTER
The V-Chip function is activated only on programs and
tapes that have the rating
signal.
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button.
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Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or button to select the V-CHIP SET
V-CHIP SET menu appears.
VCH_P SET
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the desired rating you want. Press the ENTER
button to select the setting ON or OFP
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+ or
Press the SET/TRACKING
b utto n tosee I c tteh TV S ET U P
option, then press the ENTER
button.
TV
RATING
0_F
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OFF
MOVJERATING
: OFF
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7 years old and above
General Audience
Parentalguidance
14 years old and above
17 years old and above
press the DISPLAY button
Press the SET/TRACKING
I Press the MENU
-
(I-_/+,-/ENT_ R/t¢_ NU)
If you select an unmemodzed
channel the Channel indication
wil be red. If you select the ADD mode, the Channel
indication changes from red to green and the channel
wil be memorized. If you select a memorized channel,
the Channel indication wll be green. If you select the
DELETE mode, the Channel indication changes from
green to red and the channel wil be deleted from the
memory.
6 Press the MENU
cleared.
I
V-CHIP
1 _ntheV-CHIPSETmenu,
press
the SET/TRACKING
+ or button to select the TV RATING,
then press the ENTER button.
Press the SET/TRACKING
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PG
: Parental
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guidance
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.
1
+ or
- button to select desired rating,
then press the ENTER button.
OFF
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less than 13 years otd
R
: Under 17 years old Parental
N0-17
suggested
: 17 years old and above
X
: Adult only
guidance
17
5 Press the SET/TRACKING + or
- button to select V-CHIP.
V.CHp SET
6 Press the ENTER button to
display ON.
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7 Press the MENU button until the
MENU screen is cleared.
_
EXAMPLE: Turning
MON DAY#RIDAY.
V.CHIp SET
ON
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: The V-Chip function is activated only on proand tapes that have the rating signal.
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Set the desired minute, channel
and daily or weekly timer date
0NIOFF T_dER
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as in step 4.
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the SET mode,
ENTER button.
Press the MENU button repeat*
edly to return to normal screen.
NOTES:
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ON _OFF
=SYSTEM
SETUP
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(+_-_ENTE_MENU)
I OFF TIMER
12_A_
5
CONFIRM
to return to normal
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(0-9[[NTER]CANCEUMENU
repeatedly
screen.
Press the SET/TRACKING
]
Press the SET/TRACKING
+
or - button to select CHANGE
5 Press the MENU button
Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or
- button to select the ON/OFF
- button to set the desired hour,
then press the ENTER button.
Password using the Direct
Channel Selection button (09), then press the ENTER
button.
Enter the same password
again to confirm, then press the
ENTER button.
option, then press the ENTER
Press
+ or
button. the SET/TRACKING
t+/-_ NTE_2CANCEUMENU)
4
1 Repeat the steps 1-3 on "TO
REGISTER THE PASSWORD", then enter the
4
- button to select the TV SETUP
option, then press the ENTER
button.
[TO CHANGE PASSWORD
button (0-9), then press the
ENTER button.
MENO
- i TV SETUP
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the remote control for more than 1 second simultaneously.
3 Enter the new password using
the Direct Channel Selection
12 at 7:00 AM,
3 Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or
- button to select the ON TIMER
plug again, then turn the volume level into a minimum.
Press the VOL - button on the unit and the 0 button on
PASSWORD,
then press the
ENTER button.
_
TIMER option, then press the
ENTER button.
To use the TV after the TV is protected.
When the program applied to the V-Chip setting is
received, enter the password, then press the ENTER
button. When the password is entered correctly the
protection will be temporarily overridden.
If you forget the password...
Disconnect the AC cord plug from AC outlet and leave
the unit for more than two minutes. Insert the AC cord
2
on the TV to channel
1 Press the MENU button.
J
I MOVI£_TtNG
P_la
| C_GE
PASSWORD
NOTE
grams
This feature allows you to have the TVNCR automatically turn on at a predetermined
time. If you program
the ON TIMER once, the TVNCR will turn on on the
programmed
day (daily/weekly)
at the same time to
the same channel.
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• The TVNCR will automalicatly tom off approximately 1 hour later after the ON TIMER turns on
if no OFF TtMER has been set. To conifoue
watching the TV, press any button to cancel the
one hour automatic shut off.
• To cancel ON TIMER, follow above steps 1-5,
then press the SET/TRACKING + or - button to
select the CANCEL. Press the MENU button
repeatedly to return to the normal screen.
• After setting the ON TtMER." I" of the OFF TIMER
wilt flash on and off. If you wish to set the OFF
TIMER, press the ENTER button then follow the
steps 4-6 on "TO SET THE OFF TIMER'*.
• If you want to correct the digits while setting,
press the CANCEL button until the item you
want to correct, then press the SET/TRACKING
+ or - button to correct the desired setting.
4
This feature allows you to have the TVNCR turn off
automatically
at a predetermined
time. If you program the OFF TIMER once, the TV/VCR will
automatically
turn off at the same time everyday.
EXAMPLE:
+ or -
5 Press the SET/TRACKING
+ orbutton to set the desired minute,
then press the ENTER button.
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_ SE_JP
+ or -
3 Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or button to select the OFF TIMER
option, then press the ENTER
button.
REPEAT 0N)OFF
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[" _v SETUP
-
TIMER option, then press the
ENTER
button tobutton.
select the ON/OFF
6 Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or button to select the SET mode,
then press the MENU button
repeatedly to return to the normal
screen.
CH SETUP
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2 Press the SET/TRACKING
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Picture controls are factory preset but you can adjust
them individually as follows:
1 To display the picture adjustment
•_TIM£_ RECSET
TVSETUP
screen, press the MENU button.
_N_H SETUP
Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or l SYSTEM SETUP
button to select the TV SETUP
r
MENU
1
option, then press the ENTER
L p/_NTE_MENU)
l AUTOREPEAT ON k.OFF
button.
Press the SET/TRACKING
+ orbutton to select the PICTURE
option, then press the ENTER
button.
_ I÷_NTE_/I_I_ NU_
BRIGHTNESS
Press the ENTER button until
"BRIGHTNESS"
appears on the
screen, then press the SET/
TRACKING + or - button to adjust
the brightness of the picture. When
the SET/TRACKING
+ button is
pressed, the darker podlons of the picture become lighter.
Press the ENTER button until
appears on the screen,
then press the SET/TRACKING
+ or
CO_T_ST _
-- button to adjust the contrast of the
<,_EN_E_C_NC_E_)
picture. Pictures look sharpest in
the daytime (bright light) by increasing the contrast. At
night (dim light), the sharpest picture is obtained by
reducing the contrast.
The CONTRAST
at the factory.
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defauff setting is set to maximum
| ON TIMER
_0t,_FRi
| OFF ,[I_ER
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SET
C_¢E
L<_'-_E"TE_°A"OE_"
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on the screen.
COLOR
"COLOR" appears on the screen,
then press the SET/TRACKING
+ or
-Press
button
adjust the
coloruntil
intensity
thetoENTER
button
of the picture. The control should be
set when coIors appear normal in
intensity and brilliance.
[
]
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TINT
Press the ENTER button until "TINT"
appears on the screen, then press
the SET/TRACKING
+ or - button to
[
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adjust the tint of the picture. This
T_
0
determines how accurately the
<*_-_TE_C_CEUME_U/
colors are reproduced by the *rv.
Adjusting the tint for natural facial tone is the best method of
obtaining accurate color reproduction of the entire picture.
I I
CO.T.,ST
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NOTE:
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NOTES: * If a station being viewed
stops broadcasting, the
TV will automatically shut
itsett off after 15 minutes.
• To cancel OFF TIMER, fol<+_'ENTER2_NCE_/
low above steps 1-5, then
press the SET/TRACKING
+ or - button to select
the CANCEL. Press the MENU button to return to
the normal screen.
• To confirm the ON/OFF TIMER:
Press the PROGRAM button twice to indicate
the programs
"CONTRAST"
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t_
FRI
SET
TIMER REC SET
button to select the TV SETUP
button.Opfion'
then press the ENTER
+ or -
button to set the desired hour,
then press the ENTER button.
Turning off the TV at 11:30 PM.
1 Press the SET/TRACKING
MENU button.
Press the SET/TRACKING
SHARPNESS
Press the ENTER button until
"SHARPNESS" appears on the
screen, then press the SET/
TRACKING + or - button to adjust
the sharpness of the picture.
CANCEL
Pressing the CANCEL button while making picture
adjustments will return all adjustments to the factory
preset levels.
NOTE: The On-screen display will disappear 6 seconds
after finishing an adjustment or by pressing the
MENU button three times. The settings can only be
adjusted when they are displayed on the "iV screen.
19
Use only video cassette
tapes
marked
[_.
To play a prerecorded
tape.
[LOADING
ITO START PLAYBACK
Push the center of the tape until it is automatically
retracted into the TV/VCR.
Load a prerecorded
tape (When
loading a cassette tape without the
erase prevention tab, playback will
start automatically).
IAUTOMATIC
POWER
ON AND
PLAY
When loading a cassette tape without the erase prevem
tion tab intact, the TV/VCR will turn on automatically
and playback will start immediately.
Press the PLAY button to begin
playback.
" •" will appear on the screen.
Insert the cassette with its labeled side facing you.
An inverted video cassette cannot be inserted.
NOTE:
[UNLOADING
ITO STOP PLAYBACK
TO unload a video cassette, press
the EJECT button on the remote
control, or press the STOP/EJECT
button on the TV/VCR twice.
The first press will stop the tape in
any mode. The second press will
eject the tape.
IAUTOMATIC
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(
This TVNCR
selects the playback
SP, LP or SLP automatically.
Press the STOP button once.
The tape will stop, but remain fully
loaded and ready to play.
"•"
will appear on the screen.
tape speed
_
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L
TO REWIND OR FORWARD THE
TAPE RAP DLY
EJECT
If the TV/VCR automatically
rewinds the tape to the
beginning (AUTO REWIND FEATURE), the tape will
be ejected automatically
(See NOTE on page 21).
NOTES:
I
• Always eject the tape when not in use.
• The cassette tape can be ejected even if the
POWER is "OFF".
ITO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL ERASURE I
After recording, break off the erase prevention
you do not wish to record over the tape.
Screwdriver
tab if
Press the REW (Rewind) or FF (Fast Forward)
the Stop mode.
"<4" or "1_" will appear on the screen.
button
[ 1[ 1
FORWARD/REVERSE
PICTURE
SEARCH
If you want to see the tape during REW or FF mode,
press and hold the REW or FF button. The backward or
forward visual search picture will be seen on the screen.
Release to return to the REW or FF mode.
I DIGITAL TRACKING CONTROLS
Erase
_revention
When a tape is played, the Digital
Auto Tracking system automatically
adjusts the tracking to obtain the
best possible picture. If noise bars
appear during playback, adjust the
tracking manually as follows:
tab
ITO RECORD AGAIN
Cover the hole with adhesive tape,
Be careful the tape does not extend
the video cassette housing.
• Press the Manual SET/
past the edges of
the best possible picture.
"MANUAL TR." will appear for 4
seconds on the screen.
TRACKING
+ °r- butt°n
t° °btain
TO resume automatic
tracking,
[ AUTO
TR
press the TRACKING AUTO button.
"AUTO TR." will appear for 4 seconds on the screen.
Adhesive
20
tape
"
]
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1
TO VISUALLY SEARCH FOR DESIRED1
J
PO NTS
When either the FF or REW button is pressed in the
PLAYBACK mode, the speed search picture will appear.
When pressed twice, the search picture wil_ increase
speed. Speed search time depends upon the speed
used (SP, LP or SLP) during recording. See chart below.
To visually search backward or forward, press the REW
or FF button once or twice in the PLAYBACK mode.
Press the PLAY button to resume normal viewing speed.
SPEED SEARCH TIMES
1
Load a cassette
intact.
2
Press the SPEED button to
select the desired tape speed
SP or SLE The counter and SP
or SLP wil_ appear on the screen
about 4 seconds.
3 Set the TV/CATV
(See page 16).
PICTURE SEARCH SPEED
TAPE SPEED
PRESS ONCE
PRESS TWICE
SP (Standard Play)
3X
5X
TV
CATV
LP (Long Play)
7X
9X
NOTES:
SLP (S_per Long Piny)
9X
15X
Press the CM SKiP b_gton in the PLAY mode The VCR wil_
search forward through approximately 30 seconds of the tape
(eg unwanted commercial time) for each press of the CM SKIP
button (maximum six presses) and then resume normal playback
4
]
Press the PAUSE/STILL
button in the PLAYBACK mode.
Press the PLAY button or PAUSE/STILL button to resume
normal playback.
NOTES:
• The audio output is muted during Speed
Search and Still.
• A few noise bars will appear on the TV screen
during Speed Search and Still.
• To prevent damage to the tape, Still and Speed
Search mode is automatically
changed to the
Playback mode after 5 minutes.
ITO WATCH A TAPE REPEATEDLY
| TI_IERREC SET
| 7V SETUP
_bCH SETUP
- | NK0 REPEATK)N
,_I%YST£N SETUP
REPEAT option.
f
I
tab
[
L
to the appropriate
QO:OO_O
sP
position
* VHF/UHF
CABLE TVchannels
channels
• If power is switched off during recording,
the TV set goes off and the VCR continues
to record. Press the STOP button to halt
Press the Direct Channe_ Selection buttons or CH •
or • button to select the channel to be recorded.
"•"
and the channel
number
will
appear on the screen and the REC
5 indicator
Press the will
REC/OTR
light.
button.
(
c_0,1
ITO STOP RECORDING
I
Press the STOP button to stop recording.
"•"
will appear on the screen.
ITO STOP RECORDING TEMPORARILY I
button to avoid recording
"II" will appear on the screen and the REC indicator will
b_ink on and off. Press the PAUSE/STILL
button or the
OFF
MENU
REC/OTR
NOTE:
3 Press the ENTER button to select
the ON position.
4 Press the MENU button, ff you press the PLAY button,
the tape will play over and over until the repeat mode is
canceled.
NOTE:
option
Press the PAUSE/STILL
unwanted material.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the SET/TRACKiNG
+ or
- button to select the AUTO
tape with the erase prevention
the recording and turn off the VCR.
• The TV/VCR Channel cannot be changed
during recording.
ICM SKIP
ITO WATCH STILL PICTURE
I
RECORDING AND VIEWING THE
SAME TV PROGRAM
To cancel repeat mode, follow above steps I and
2, then press the ENTER button to select the OFF
position. Press the MENU button to return to the
TM The repeat function is canceled automatically
when the u nit is switched off or the tape is ejected.
NOTES:
button to continue
the recording.
The PAUSE mode will be changed to STOP mode
after five minutes to prevent damage to the tape.
• AUTO
REWIND
FEATURE
This TVNCR will automatically rewind the video
cassette when the tape has ended (except
during OTR and Timer Record). It will also eject
the video cassette.
• If the erase prevention tab is removed, the tape
wilt eject when the REC/OTR button is pressed
for recording.
21
The One-Touch Timer Recording feature provides a
simple and convenient way to make a timed recording.
EXAMPLE:
One4ouch
1 Press the POWER
2
Load a video
intact.
Timer Recording
button to select the program
position, then press the ENTER
button.
for 30 minutes.
button to turn on the TV/VCR.
cassette
with the erase prevention
tab
4
select the desired tape speed
(SP or SLP). SP or SLP will
appear on the screen.
4
Set the TV/CATV
appropriate
TV
CATV
option
setting
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_:::_ ::_: ::_: Z :
Press the SET/TRACKING
+ orbutton to select the date, then
press the ENTER button.
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to the
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s_
5
(See page 16).
Set the start time, end time,
channel
and tape speed as in step
4.
- VHP/UHF channels
- CABLE TV channels
5 Press the Direct Channel Selection buttons or CH •
or • button to select the channel to be recorded.
6
Press the REC/OTR
button
to
be ressthebut°n
nrec°rdng
l 1
again to stop recording after 30
minutes. Each additional press of
the REC/OTR button will increase
6
second program blinks, then press the ENTER
button. Repeat steps 4 to 5 to set the second program.
recording time as shown below,
up to a maximum of 5 hours.
"OTR" will appear on the screen.
NOTES: • Press the REC/OTR
button to increase the
time needed for recording
(See the chart right).
• To cancel OTR, press
the STOP button.
• The TV/VCR channe_
cannot be changed
during recording.
Press
Recording
once
NORMAL REC
time
twice
0:30
3 times
1:00
4 times
1:30
5 times
2:00
6 times
3:00
7 times
4:00
recording
8 times
5:00
9 times
NORMAL REC
of up to 8 programs
within
1
EXAMPLE: Program a timer recording for 23rd day, channel
007 (CATV), 7:00 - 9:30 PM (Tape speed : SLP).
• Load a video cassette with the erase prevention tab
intact. The TV/VCR will automatically turn on.
• Set the TV/CATV selection to the appropriate position
(See page 16).
1 Press the MENU
2
Check the TIMER
button.
REC SET
option is selected, then press
the ENTER button.
22
\IM_NU
- | TIMER REC SET
_I_W SETUP
| CH SETUP
| AUTO REPEAT 0N)OFF
| 3YSTEM SETUP
_E_ut
7
Press the PROG TIMER
button. The PROG
TIMER
indicator will light. The Timer is programed,
when the
programed time is reached, the recording is automati*
cally started.
To cancel timer recording, press the button again and
PROG TIMER indicator will go out.
Timer recording can be programmed
on*screen with
the remote control. The built-in timer allows automatic
unattended
month.
To set the timer for another program, press the SET/
TRACKING + or - button until the number of the
NOTES:
• If programming
is performed without a tape in
the TWVCR, or with a tape without an erase
prevention tab, the Timer Recording is not
possible. If a tape without an erase prevention
tab is in the TV/VCR, the tape will be ejected.
• To record from the external equipment press
the SET/TRACKING
+ or - button repeatedly
until "L 1 (from AUDIO/VIDEO
LINE1 jacks on
the rear)" or "L 2 (from AUDIO/VIDEO
IN jacks
on the front)*' appears when setting the
channel in step 5.
• The VCR section cannot be used white the
PROG TIMER indicator is fit. If you want to use
the VCR operation, press the PROG TIMER
button to deactivate the timer.
• After a power failure or disconnection
of the
power plug, all programmed recording setting
and time display will be lost upon resumption of
power. In this case, reset the clock (see pages
13-14) and reprogram any timer recordings.
• If you want to correct the digits while setting,
press the CANCEL button until the item you
want to correct, then press the SET/TRACKING
+ or - button to conect the desired setting.
ITO SET DAILY/WEEKLY TIMER
The On-Screen Real Time Tape Counter shows the tape
running time in Hours, Minutes and Seconds.
You can easily determine
how long the tape has been
running or how much time is left on the tape.
When setting the date in the step 4 on page 22, press the SET/
TRACKING - button repeatedly when the current day is displayed.
The setting changes as follows:
Example
The current day (Friday) ---> SUN*SAT
f
ITO VIEW THE COUNTER DISPLAY
(Sunday to Saturday)
MON÷SAT
(MondaytoSaturday)
2 Press the COUNTER
RESET
button to set the counter to
"go:go:go".
MON_FRI
(Monday to Friday)
3 Begin Playback
¢
One month later
minus one day
f
WKL_WED
(Weekly Wednesday)
4-- WKL_THU
00:0(} ®
(WeeklyThursday)
display
Press the PROGRAM button once. The TV screen displays
the timer program list. Press the PROGRAM button again.
The TV screen displays the ON/OFF TIMER setting.
(once)
_, I I !
/---,L-
1-:-_
-
23TH
=t:--\--N
L
-%
70_AM CH012
7@P_VANCEL93Oe,_0_7_L
r \/-_t,_OFF TLMER
]
Press the PROGRAM
NOTES:
(twice)
2/
or Recording
the elapsed
1
Sp
to
time.
4 When you wish to make the
start
the disappear,
tape, the countar
will
counter
press the
DISPLAY button once again,
ITO CONFIRM THE SETTINGS
_',
I
90OAM
T_
[
C_
:]
eoao:eo
sP
• If you rewind the tape from "O0:OO:OO_, a minus
sign ("-") wil! be displayed in front of the time.
• When you load a tape, the counter will reset to
"O0:O0:O0".
• The counter does not function on nonrecorded
(blank) sections of the tape. When you rewind,
fast forward or play tapes through blank
sections, the counter stops.
{+[_r_NTER]CANCEL_MENU)
button
until the normal
screen is
appeared.
]TO CANCEL A PROGRAM
Press the SET/TRACKING+orbutton to select the TIMER REC
I
_Z__" _ ! __=/ ,'/
,'-_'- t--t 1--\--'_ -',
press the ENTER button.
Press the SET/TRACKING
+ or button to select the unnecessary
program, and press the CANCEL
button to cancel the program.
_
The zero search function
provides a convenient
method of rapidly returning to the starting point of
recording or playback. The starting point can be
indexed for any location on the tape by pressing the
COUNTER RESET button and ZERO SEARCH button.
1 Press the DISPLAY
button.
00:3(}_50 Sp
]IF TH E PROGRAM OVERLAPS ANOTH ER I
NOTE:
DO not overlap programs as portions of the
conflicting programs will be lost. The first
recording time has priority over the next recording
time as shown in the diagram.
8:00
NOTES:
9:00
IO:00
2
Before playback or recording,
press the COUNTER
RESET
button to set the counter to
"00:00:00".
3
Begin playback
4
Press the STOP button.
11:00
• The everyday/every
week recording can be
made continuously
until the recording is
canceled or the tape reaches the end.
• During timer recording, the automatic
rewinding mechanism
does not function.
• You can correct or cancel the programmed
setting in program confirm mode.
5 Press the ZERO
or recording.
SEARCH
button. The tape will rewind
and automatically
stop at the
"00:00:00"
position.
[.....
00
23
If you connect
Camcorder,
the TV/VCR
to another
you can duplicate
tape. Make all connections
VCR or
a previously
recorded
[CONNECTION TO ANOTHER VCR
before turning on the power.
RecordingTV/VCR
1 Insert a blank cassette
intact into the TVNCR.
with the erase prevention
Insert a previously recorded
back VCR or Camcorder.
cassette
tab
PlaybackVCR
into the play*
tont co[
select
AUDIO/VIDEO
input
position. The "LINE 2" will appear
on the screen.
NOTE:
Tov,%o
T
3 Press the REC/OTR
"LINE 1" by pressing
button on the remote
the TVNC R, then press the PAUSE/STILL
4 Press the PLAY button on the playback
press the PAUSE/STILL
TO
Audio In
Audio/VideoCord (not supplied)
You can also use the rear AUDIO/VIDEO
LINE1 Jacks. Select
INPUT button.
ToVideo In
the
control of
button.
[CONNECTION TO CAMCORDER
]
For duplicating
a previously recorded tape from a
camcorder, follow the camcorder manufacturer's
instructions. A typical camcorder dubbing hookup is shown
below.
VCR, then
ReCOrding TVNCR
button.
5 Press the PAUSE/STILL buttons on both units
Playback
Camcorder
simultaneously to begin the duplicating process.
ack
NOTES:
• It is recommended
that the tape speed be set
to the SP mode on the TV/VCR for best result.
• Unauthorized
recording of copyrighted
television programs, films, video cassettes
and other materials may infringe the rights of
copyright owners and be contrary to copyright
laws.
24
To Video/Audlo
A_dio/Video
Cord
(not
In I_
/
supplied)
Most types of television interference can be remedied
by adjusting the height and position of the VHF/UHF
antenna. Outdoor antennas are recommended
for
best results. The most common types of television
interference are shown below. If one of these symptoms
appear when the TVNCR is connected to a Cable TV
system, the disturbance may be caused by the local
Cable TV company broadcast.
ICARE AND MAINTENANCE
I
TO prevent fire or shock hazard, disconnect
the TV/VCR
from the AC power sources before cleaning.
The finish on the cabinet may be cleaned with mild soap
and a soft, damp cloth and cared for as other furniture.
Use caution when cleaning or wiping the plastic parts.
IGNITION
Black spots or horizontal streaks
may appear, the picture may
flutter or drift. Usually
interference
from automobile
ignition systems, neon lamps or
AC powered too_s and
appliances
such as drills or hair
dryers.
IVIDEO HEAD CLOGGING
,,
GHOSTS
Ghosts are caused by the
television signal following two
paths. One is the direct path and
the other is reflected by tall
buildings, hil_s or other large
objects. Changing the direction
or position of the antenna may
improve the reception.
I
The video heads are the means by which the TV/VCR
reads the picture from the tape during p_ayback, in the
unlikety event that the heads become didy enough to be
clogged, no picture will be played back. This can easily
be determined if, during playback of a known good tape,
there is good sound, but no picture (picture is extremely
snowy). If the heads require cleaning use a high quality
head cleaniog system or have them cleaned
professionally.
SNOW
If the TV/VCR
Good Picture
is located far from
the TV station, in a fringe
reception area where the signal
is weak, small dots may appear
in the picture. If the signal is
extremely weak, the installation
of a larger external antenna may
be necessary.
Snowy Picture
IVIDEO HEAD CLEANING
Video head c_eaniog is needed
picture becomes
unclear.
that the heads
are getting dirty and can occur when playing poor quality
or damaged tapes. If the heads require cleaning use a
INTERFERENCE
Caused by two_way radios, this
type of interference
produces
moving ripples or diagonal
streaks in the picture. Some
cases may cause a loss of
contrast in the picture. Changing
the direction and position of the
antenna or installing an RFI filter
may improve the picture.
PICTURE SIZE VARIATION
A slight picture size variation is
normal when you adjust the
CONTRAST
or BRIGHTNESS
when the p_ayback
This signifies
high quality head cleaning
RADIO FREQUENCY
(RFI)
I
professionalty.
If playing
system or have them cleaned
a head cleaning
VCR once does not improve
times before requesting
the picture,
tape in the
p_ay it several
service.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CLEAN THE VIDEO HEADS OR
SERVICE THE UNIT BY REMOVING
THE TOP COVER.
NOTES:
• Video heads may eventually wear out and
should be replaced when they fail to produce
clear pictures.
• To he_p prevent video head clogging, use
only good quality VHS tapes. Discard worn
out tapes.
settings.
25
;heck
the following
chart
before
requesting
SYMPTOM
service.
CAUSE
POSSIBLE
SOLUTION
IPAG_
POWER
No power.
The AC power cord is not connected.
Connect the AC power cord to the
AC outlet.
The DC car cord is not plugged into
the cigarette lighter socket.
Connect
the DC car cord to the
cigarette
lighter socket.
The DC car cord fuse is blown.
Replace fuse.
11
Cassette
Insert a video cassette.
20
is not inserted.
Although the power is on,
the TV/VCR does not
PROG TIMER
operate.
Moisture
heads.
TV BROADCAST
button is depressed.
condenses
on the video
experiencing
Picture control
Poor or no picture.
Possible
problems.
is not adjusted.
TV station
Picture
experiencing
or drifts.
No CATV reception.
above
14
channel.
picture control
adjustments.
Check CATV connection
or VHF/
UHF antenna,
antenna.
or rotate
Try another
Check
reposition
adjustments.
Check for source of reception
disturbance.
Antenna (CATV) connector is not
connected or possible local
interference.
UHF antenna,
antenna.
or rotate
TV station
Try another
experiencing
problems.
19
25
11,12
14
channel.
picture control
or VHF/
reposition
19
25
11,12
14
channel.
Antenna (CATV) connector is not
connected or possible local
interference,
Check CATV connection
UHF antenna, reposition
antenna.
Cable TV channel
Try another channel.
14
Check all CATV connections.
12
Set the TV/CATV
the CATV mode.
16
is scrambled.
is not connected.
TV/CATV Mode menu option
the TV mode.
TV station
is set to
interrupted.
TV/CATV Mode menu option
set to the appropriate
mode.
UHF antenna
or no Sound.
Try another
Check CATV connection
Cable TV service
Contact
is not
is not connected.
experiencing
problems.
or VHF/
or rotate
Menu option to
your Cable TV company.
11,12
12
Make sure TV/CATV menu option is
in the appropriate
mode.
16
Check
11
UHF antenna.
Try another
channel.
14
Antenna (CATV) connector is not
connected or possible local
interference,
Check CATV connection
UHF antenna, reposition
antenna.
Possible
Check for source of reception
disturbance.
25
Check that MUTE
been pressed.
15
MUTE
26
problems.
local interference.
CATV connector
Poor
is not
or no Color.
No reception
channel 13.
5
Check for source of reception
disturbance.
control is not adjusted.
Possible
wobbles
22
"DEW" appears on the screen. Wait
two or three hours until it goes off.
Check
local interference.
Antenna (CATV) connector
connected or possible
Iocalinterference.
Picture
button.
10
RECEPTION
TV station
Poor
Press the PROG TIMER
10
local interference.
button is depressed.
or VHF/
or rotate
button has not
11, 12
•
SYMPTOM
CAUSE
Closed caption is not
activated.
PAGE_
SOLUTION
Tune new channel.
14
Sleep timer is set.
Set Sleep Timer to "0".
15
TV station experiencing
problems or
program tuned is not closed caption.
Try another
14
TV signal is weak.
Check CATV connection
of VHF/
UHF antenna,
antenna.
or rotate
TV station stopped
TV shuts off.
POSSIBLE
The CC button
broadcasting.
is not depressed.
channel.
reposition
11,12
Press the CC button to turn on the
closed caption.
15
Place a piece of vinyl tape over the
hole.
20
Reset the present time.
Reset the start!end time.
14
RECORDING
TV recording
does not work.
The video cassette's
tab is broken off.
erase prevention
The time is not set correctly.
Timer recording
work.
does not
The recording
set correctly.
start/end
The PROG TIMER
time is not
button has not been
Press the PROG
pressed (The PROGTIMER indicator is not lit).
(The PROG
Tape is old or worn.
Replace
TIMER
TIMER
22
button
indicator
is lit).
22
PLAYBACK
Noise bars appear
screen.
on the
Tracking adjustment is beyond
of automatic tracking circuit.
range
the tape.
--
Adjust tracking manually using the
SET/TRACKING
+ or - buttons on
the remote control.
20
Video heads are dirty.
Clean the video heads.
25
The remote
the sensor.
Aim the remote
remote sensor
10
REMOTECONTROL
Remote
operate.
control does not
control is not aimed at
control at the
Distance is too far or too much light
in the room.
Operate within 15 feet or reduce
the light of the room.
10
There is an obstacle
the beam.
Clear the path of the beam.
10
10
in the path of
The batteries
are weak.
Replace
The batteries
are not inserted
Insert correctly.
the batteries.
I0
correctly.
If you cannot resolve the problem, please call the Customer Satisfaction
Center for product
t -800-2t t -PANA(7262).
To locate an authorized servicenter call toll free t-80O-2tt-PANA(7262)
or send e-mail to :
consumerproducts@panasonic.com.
assistance
at
27
TELEVISION
Picture
Tube:
9" (measured
Tuner Type:
Receiving Channels:
diagonally)
Quartz PLL Frequency
VHF
2-13
Synthesized
UHF
14-69
CATV
14-36 (A)_(W)
37-59 (AA)-(WW)
60-85 (AAA)-(ZZZ)
86-94 (86)-(94)
95-99 (A*5)-(A-1)
100-125 (100)-(125)
Antenna
VHF/UHF
Input:
Speaker:
Audio Output
3",8ohmx
1.2W
Power:
01 (5A)
In 75 ohms coaxial
I
VCR
Video System:
VHS, 2 Rotary
NTSC Color
VHS
Video Signal:
Cassette Tape:
Audio Track:
Maximum
Recording
Time:
Heads
1 Track
SP: 120 minutes
SLP: 360 minutes
FF/REW Time:
FF: Approx.
Helical
Search:
System.
with T-120 Cassette
with %120 Cassette
4 minutes
50 seconds
REW: Approx. 2 minutes
(T-120 Cassette)
Speed
Scanning
at 25 °C (77 °F)
30 seconds
at 25 °C (77 °F)
SP 3 & 5 x Normal Speed
LP 7 & 9 x Normal Speed
SLP 9 & 15 x Normal
GENERAL
Power Source:
Speed
AC 120V 6OHz
DC 12V
Power Consumption:
Operation:
Weight:
Dimensions:
Stand by: 3 Watts (AC 120V), 2 Watts (DC 12V)
8.8 kg (19.4 Ibs.)
278 mm x 311.5 mm x 312.5 mm
48 Watts (AC 120V, DC 12V)
(WxHxD)
Inputs/Outputs:
(lO-15/16"x12-114"x12-5116")
Video:
IN (RCA) 1V p-p/75 ohm
OUT (RCA)
Audio:
Storage
Temperature:
1Vp-p/75
ohm
IN (RCA) -8 dBm/5OK ohm
OUT (RCA) -8 dBm/IK ohm
-2O°C to 6O°C (-4°F
to 140°F)
Operating Temperature:
Remote Control:
5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F)
Infrared, Direct Access, 2 x AAA batteries
Accessories:
Remote Control
Batteries 2 "AAA"
Telescopic Antenna
12V DC Car Cord
Specifications
28
are subject
to change
without
notice.
Remote Control Button
POWER
--
DIRECT CHANNEL SELECTION
See pages 14, 17, 18, 21,22
See pages 13, 14, 20
CLOSED CAPTION
/
See page 15
SLEEP
--
See page 15
/
RAPID TUNE
See page 15
SET ÷/TRACKING
+/-
See pages 12-14, 16-19, 21-23
EJECT
See page 20
CANCEL
See pages 18, 19, 22, 23
See page 24
-MENU
See pages12_14,16-19,21,22
ENTER
See pages 12-14, 16-19, 21-23
CHANNEL
VOLUME+l-
&/Y
See pages 15, 21, 22
See pages 14, 15
MUTE
See page15
DISPLAY
See pages 15, 23
FF
See pages 20, 21
See pages 20, 21
See pages 20, 21
See pages 21, 24
STOP
See pages 20, 21
COUNTER
RESET
_
See page 23
TRACKING AUTO
See page 20
CM SKIP
ZERO SEARCH
See page 21
See page 23
PROG TIMER
REC/OTR
See page 22
See pages 21,22,24
SPEED
See pages 21, 22
_
PROGRAM
See pages 19, 23
29
Front
f
Cassette
Loading
SIot_
Light when the power is
turned on.
\
PROG TIMER
VOLUME
+/-
Indicator
Lights when the unit is in
the
Timer Indicator
Record Mode.
POWER
See pages 14, 15_
--
REC Indicator
/
POWER_
See pages 13, 14, 20
\
_
Lights when the TV/VCR
_
_
is recording.
i1 /1- PH°NESJa°k
See page 15
Remote
Sensor
See page 10
_ J
CHANNEL
A/_ t
See pages
15, 21, 22
/@_
_1----
SeeAudi
page
o/Vi deo
24 In Jac ks
REC
STOP/
PLAY
REWIND/
FIRST
See pages
21, 22, 24
EJECT
See pages
20, 21
See pages
20, 21
SEARCH
See pages
20, 21
FORWARD/
SEARCH
See pages
20, 21
Rear
DC Input Jack
Connect the 12V DC car cord
VHFIUHF Antenna Jack -Connect the 75 ohm
coaxial cable from the
antenna or Cable TV
service to this jack.
AudioNideo
Out Jacks
Used to output audio and
video signals to a TV,
amplifier or VCR.
30
(supplied)
operation.
here for DC
Audio and video signal
cables _oman external
source can be connected
here.
AC Power Cord
Connect to a 120V, 6OHz
outlet.
ICONEXIONES DE LA ANTENA
Antena combinada de VHF/UHF (Cable
t_nico de 75 ohmios o cable con doble
conductor de 300 ohmios)
Conecte
el cable de 75 ohmios
de _a antena combinada
de VHF/UHF en el jack de la antena.
Si su antena combinada
de VHF/UHF posee un cable
de dos conductores
de 300 ohmios, es posibte que sea
necesario utilizar un transformador
de adaptaci6n de
300-75 ohmios.
Jack de antena
Cable
coaxial de
75 ohmios
Jack de antena
I
[CONEXIONES DE TV CABLE
Para abonados al servicio basico de
TV cable
Para el servicio basico de cable y cuando no es
necesario un convertidor/caja
decodificadora,
conecte
cable coaxial de 75 ohmios de CATV al jack de la
antena en la parte trasera de_ TV/VCR.
e_
Jack de antena
Cable coaxia_ de
75 ohmios
UHF/
VHF
Para abonados al servicio codificado
de TV cable
U_F/
VHF
Transformador de adaptacion de 300-75 ohmios
Antena combinada de VHF/UHF (Cables de 300 ohmios independientes de
dos conductores de VHF y de UHF)
Conecte e_ cable de dos conductores
de 300 ohmios de
UHF en el combinador
(no suministrado).
Conecte el
cable de dos conductores
de 300 ohmios de VHF en e_
transformador
de adaptacion de 300-75 ohmios.
Conecte e_ transformador
al combinadob
y luego
conecte el combinador
al jack de _a antena.
Jack de antena
Transformador de adaptacion
de 300-75 ohmiosuHF/
Si usted es abonado a un servicio de TV cable que
requiere et uso de un convertidor/caja
decodificadopa,
conecte el cable coaxial entrante de 75 ohmios al
convertidodcaja
decodificadora.
Utiiizando otto cable
coaxial de 75 ohmios conecte e_ jack de salida del
convertidor/caja
decodificadora
al jack de la antena del
TV/VCR. Vea las conexiones
mostradas abajo.
Sintonice el TV/VCR al canal de salida del convertidor/
caja decodificadora
el convertidor/caja
canales.
(genepalmente canal 3 6 4), y utilice
decodificadora
papa seleccionar _os
,_
Cable entrante
de 75
ohmios
de CATV
[ Conver_idor/Decodificador
_,
]
Cable de 75 ohmios el TV/VCR
Jack de antena
Combinador
UHF 300 ohmi
[
VHF 300 ohmios
UHF/
VHF
Antenas independientes de VHF/UHF
(cable de VHF de 75 ohmios y cables de
dos conductores UHF de 300 ohmios)
Conecte el cable de 75 ohmios de VHF y el cable de
dos conductores
de 300 ohmios de UHF al combinador
(no suministrado).
Conecte el combinador en el jack de la
antena.
Jack de antena
UHFI
V_F
VHF 75 ohmios
Combinadc
UHF 300 ohmios
31
[SELECCION DE IDIOMA EN PANTALLA
IAJUSTE DE RELOJ MANUAL
1 Presione
EJEMPLO: Ajuste del re_oj amierco_es,
29 (MIE) de octubre, 2003.
Presione
e_ boton MENU.
I T_MERREC SET
I _ SETUP
I OH SETUP
_bAUTO RE£EAT ONI, OFF
e_ boton SET/TRACK-
ING + 6 - para seleccionar
la
opci6n SYSTEM SETUP, luego
presione et bot6n ENTER.
2
Presione
Presione
I STAND_D TINE
I DA_IG_
_V_IG
TIME
2
o sistema
Presione
3
_GLk_H
la
IAUTOCLOCK ION OFF
I STANDARD TiME
I DAYLIGHT SAVING T_ME
Presione
et bot6n SET/TRACK
presione
el boton ENTER.
£SP_0L
F_;AI$
/+_/EN_I_q_ENd)
4
Ajuste et dia, afio y hora como
ING+6-paraajustare_mesy
en el paso 3.
Despu_s de ajustar el reloj, hora y
fecha, la hora empieza a funcionar
autom_ticamente.
de cable.
EnchLffe el cable electrico de CA a un tomacorriente
Compruebe que el TV/VCR est& apagado.
• Si presiona el bot6n POWER, el ajuste automatico
se activar_
el bot6n DISPLAY
y presione
para verificar
el reloj en ia
IOPERACION DEL TV
verifique el estado
no funciona
en e_
2
• Si utiliza una caja de cable y desea hacer el ajuste del
reloj automatico, debe dejar encendida la caja de cable.
• El ajuste de reloj autom&tico no es efectivo cuando hay
una diferencia de m_s de 5 minutos entre la hora del
el TV/VCR,
presione
]
el bot6n POWER.
Ajuste el nivel de votumen
presionando el bot6n + 6 - de
VOL. El nivel de volumen ser_
indicado en la pantalia pot medio
de barras verdes y una indicaci6n
de nOmero. A medida que el
volumen aumenta, se
incrementan et nQmero de barras y la indicaci6n de
nQmero. Si se reduce el volumen, el n_mero de barras
verdes y la indicaci6n de nQmero decrecen.
El reajuste del reloj automatico
se hara a _as 12:00 PM
todos los dJas si el TV/VCR est& desconectado.
3
Ajuste el modo TV/CATV
p_gina 33.)
a la posici6n apropiada.
y la hora real
TV
- Canales de VHF/UHF
CATV - Canales de TV CABLE
4
32
/\
e_bot6n
[REAJUSTE DEL RELOJ AUTOMATICO ]
reloj integrado
_ _/
_M
no
1 Para encender
Si et reloj no ha quedado ajustado,
de la antena. El reloj autom_tico
estado de recepci6n.
_A¥
_E_
CA.
pantalia.
6
MONT_{
(÷I_I_NTERICANCEUMENU)
3
Espere por _o menos tres minutos
POWER.
T_ME 12OOAM
[ ckoc_sE*
(*_-_NTER_CA_CEUME_U
CLOCK SET
2
Presione
L (+/_/ENT_II_MENU)
et bot6n SET/TRACK
• Si utiliza una caja de cable, enci6ndala.
4
I TIMER REC SET
I _ SETUP
I OHSETUP
AUTORE£EAT ON)OFF
3YSTEM S_TUP
b_IA3_OIOMNL_C_E
[AJUSTE DE RELOJ AUTOMATICO
la antena
el bot6n
MENU.
el bot6n SET/TRACK
ING + 6 - para seleccionar
opci6n CLOCK SET, luego
presione el boton ENTER.
el bot6n SET/TRACK*
Presione el bot6n MENU para
volver a la imagen normal de TV.
1 Connecte
Presione
Presione
ING + 6 - para seleccionar
la
opci6n SYSTEM
SETUP, luego
presione el boton ENTER.
el
ING + 6 - para seleccionar
el
idioma deseada: ingl6s (ENGLISH), espafiol (ESPAI_IOL) o
franc_s (PRANCAIS),
iuego
presione et bot6n ENTER.
4
1
3YSTEM S_TUP
M[NU
I+/_/ENT_II_MENU)
e_ boton SET/TRACK*
ING + 6 - para seleccionar
modo LANGUAGE,
luego
presione et bot6n ENTER.
3
-/I
f
]
8:30 am e_ dJa
Presione el bot6n de selecci6n directa de canal.
(Yea
JSELECCION DE TV/CATV
ICOLOCACION
1
Presione
el bot6n MENU.
MENU
| T_MERREC SET
Presione
en el centro del videocassette
retraiga autom&ticamente.
2
Presione
el bot6n SET/TRACK
| 3YSTEM SETUP
IENCENDIDO
ING + 6 - para seleccionar
el
modo CH SETUP, a continuaci6n
presione el bot6n ENTER.
VHF/U HF/CATV CANALES
TV
VHF
2=13
UHF
14-69
Presione
CATV
VHF
2=13
La flecha indica
seleccionado.
Presione
MENU.
(Cuando
(*_TER/M_N_)
2
el modo
el bot6n MENU hasta que se borre la pantalla
la
Presione el botch PLAY para iniciar
la reproducci6n.
" •" aparecer_ en
la pantalla.
J
I 1
•
NOTA: Este TVNOR selecciona autom_ticamente
la
velocidad de _acinta de reproducci6n SP, LP o SLP.
el bot6n MENU.
Presione el bot6n SET/
TRACKING + 6 - para OH
SETUP, a continuaci6n
presione
el bot6n ENTER.
3 Presione el bot6n SET/
TRACKING + 6 - para
seleccionar el modo AUTO OH
MEMORY, a continuaci6n
presione el bot6n ENTER.
El TV comenzar_ a memorizar
todos los canales disponibles en
su _rea. Los n0meros de canal
permanecer_n
en rojo hasta que
se complete la memorizaci6n
autom_tica.
4
colcca el cassette de cinta
sin la lengiJeta para grabaci6n,
reproducci6n
se iniciara
autom_ticamente.)
SINTONIZACION DE MEMORIA
AUTOMAT CA DE CANAL
1 Presione
[ 1
IINICIO DE LA REPRODUCCION
ITVTv ,, T,v.FI ,F
5
I
Para extraer un cassette de la unidad, ("
presione el bot6n de EJECT del control
remoto o presione dos veces el bot6n
STOP/EJECT det TV/VCR. La primera
pulsaci6n del bot6n detendr& la cinta
durante cualquier modo de operaci6n.
La segunda pulsaci6n expulsar_ ta cinta.
=AD0'_T_
4 Presione el bot6n ENTER para
seleccionar
el modo TV 6 CATV.
AUTOMATICA
I
JEXTRACCION
SET/
+ 6 - para
el modo TV/OATV.
Y REPRODUCCION
que se
Cuando se carga un videocassette
desprovisto
de su
leng0eta de proteccion
contra borrados accidentales,
el
TV/VCR se encender& automaticamente
y la reproducci6n
comenzara
inmediatamente.
Inserte et cassette con el lado de la etiqueta de cara hacia usted.
El videocassette
no puede ser insertado al rev6s.
STD/HRC/IRC
14-36 (A) (W)
37-59 (AA) (WW)
60-85 (AAA) (ZZZ)
86-94 (86) (94)
95-99 (A-5) (A-1)
100-125 (100)(125)
01 (SA)
el botch
TRACKING
seleccionar
I
hasta
| T_MERREC SET
_IITV SETUP
-| CH SETUP
_I_AUT0 REPEAT ON_OFF
| SYSTEM SETUP
(+I-IENTER)MENU)
-
AUTO CH MEMORY
ABD_BELETE
Presione el bot6n MENU hasta que se borre la
pantalla MENU.
]
JPARADA DE LA REPRODUCCION
La cinta se detendr&
pero
permanecer_
en su lugar lista para
la reproducci6n.
"•"
aparecera en
la pantalla.
J
i 1
REBOBINADO O AVANCE RAPIDO DE I
LA C NTA
I
Presione el botch REW (rebobinado)
o FF (avance
rapido), cuando el modo de parada est& activado. "<4"
o "I_" aparecer& en la pantalla.
BUSQUEDA
DE IMAGEN EN AVANCE/REBOBINADO
Si usted desea vet el programa de cinta durante el modo
de REW o FF, mantenga presionado botch REW o FF.
La imagen de b0squeda visual det retroceso (avance)
ser_ aparecido en la pantalla. Suettalo para volver al
modo de REW o FF.
,'_ ,'_
CO
[GRABACION DE UN PROGRAMA DE TV
1 Coloque un cassette
grabaci6n intacta.
2
de cinta con la lengdeta
Presione el boton SPEED de
velccidad de la cinta, para
escoger la velocidad deseada
(SP o SLP). "SP" o "SLP"
aparecer_ en la pantalla,
3 Ajuste
la opciSn de TV/CATV
4 Presione
directos
el Botones
L
apropiada.
2
Compruebe la selecci6n de la
opci6n TIMER REC SET y
TI_,_R REC SET
"_I_TVSETUP
I C_{SETUP
I AUTOREPEAT ON NbFF
i SYSTEM
SE;_P
1 Presioneel bot6nMENU.
presione el boton
]
con temporizador
7:00 - 9:30 PM
-i
eoao:oo
a la posiciSn
de Seleccion
GRABACIONEN
PANTALLAPORTEMPORIZADOR
EJEMPLO:
Programe una grabaci6n
para el dia 23, canal 007 (CATV),
(VELQClDAD
DE ClNTA: SLP).
r
_M_u
J"}
[ {÷/_/ENTER)MENU
)
ENTER.
de Canales
6 botSn OH • 6 • para seleccionar
5 Presione
de
canal a
el boton REC/OTR.
3
Presione el bot6n + 5 - de SET/
TRACKING
para seleccionar la
_ ___'_____
_[ _! _ "___"-"
,_-_'- t-=t -_=-\=-% -\
CH0_
" • " y el demero de canal
apareceran en la pantalla y el
indicador REC se iluminar&
,uego presione
4
el bot6n + 6 - de SET/
TRACKING para seleccionar
dia, luego presione el bot6n
ENTER.
[PARADA DE GRABACION
Papa detener la gpabaci6n presione
"• "aparecer_
en la pantalla.
Presione
el bot6n ENTER.
el bot6n STOR
el
N_EiiC2_C_U
TIk'2R R£C SET
\
*,
0_,T£
-- 3 (T}r_-START
_30
¢H
$_EED
#f2
$P
_, t +/_ENTE_/cANCEUtTr£NU}
[PARADA TEMPORARIA DE GRABACION
Presione el boton PAUSE/STILL
para evitar grabar
material indeseado. <'II" aparecer_ en la pantalla y el
indicador REC destellar&
Presione el bot6n PAUSE/
STILL o REC/QTR
para cotinuar
5 Ajuste el tiempo de partida, tiempo de termino,
y velocidad de cinta como en paso 4.
1 Presione
2 Colcque
intacta.
par temporizador
el bot6n POWER
para encender
un videocassette
canal
la grabacion.
GRABACION POR TEMPORIZADOR
DE UN SOLO TOQUE (OTR)
EJEMPLO:
Una grabaci6n
toque para 30 minutos.
J
r
de un solo
6
el TVNCR.
con la lengt3eta de grabacion
OH
_Z
T,_,,ER
DATE
REcsET
Z_/TMU
]
,_,,_ ,3_,_S_ ]
Para programar el temporizador
para otr programa,
presione el boton + 6 - de SET/TRACKING
hasta
que parpadee el demero del segundo programa+
luego presione el boton ENTER. Repita los pasos de
4 a 5 para fijar el segundo program&
3P'esi°nee'b°t°
E1
7
SPEED
de velocidad de la cinta
5 Presione
directos
el Botones
seteccionar
Para cancelar la grabacion pot temporizador, presione
el bot6n otra vez y apagara el indicador PROG TIMER.
de Seleccibn
de Canales
anterior
o posterior
para
canal a grabar.
[ /
6 Presione el boton REC/OTR para ["
comenzar la grabaci6n. Presione
el bot6n nuevamente para
detener la grabaci6n despu6s de
30 minutos. Cada presi6n
adicional de ambos botones
0T_,%_'}
aumenta el tiempa de grabacion como se indica a
continuaci6n,
a un m&ximo de 6 horas. Aparece
"QTR" en la pantalla.
34
el
o_oo_o
sP
a la
o bot6n CHANNEL
el boron PROG TIMER. Se encendera
indicador PROG TIMER. El temparizador
queda
programado
y cuando Ilegue la hora programada,
empazara autom&ticamente
la grabaci6n.
papa escoger la velocided deseada
(SP o SLP). "SP" o "SLP",
apareceran en pantalla,
4 Ajuste el modo TV/CATV
posici6n apropiada.
Presione
35
PANASONIC
CONSUMER
ELECTRONICS
COMPANY, DIVISION OF MATSUSHITA
CORPORATION
OF AMERICA
One Panasonic
Way Secaucus,
ELECTRIC
New Jersey
07094
PANASONIC SALES COMPANY, DIVISION OF
MATSUSHITA
ELECTRIC
OF PUERTO RICO, INC.,
AVE. 65 de Infanterta, Km. 9.5 San Gabriel Industrial
Park, Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985
Panasonic/Quasar Video Products
Limited Warranty
Limited Warranty Coverage
ff your product does not work properly because of a defect in materials or workmanship,
Panasonic
Consumer
Electronics Company or Panasonic Sales Company (collectively
referred to as "the warrantor")
will, for the tength of the period indicated on the chart below, which starts with the date of original
purchase ("warranty period"), at its option either (a) repair your product with new or refurbished parts, or
(b) replace it with a new or a refurbished
product. The decision to repair or replace will be made by the warrantor.
Product
Camcorder
DVDNCR
A/V Mixer
Deck,
Parts
One
CCD
CCD
(Six)
One
(1) Year (except
image Sensor)
image Sensor - 6
Months
(1) Year
Labor
Ninety (90) Days
Service
Contact
Number
Carry-In
or Mail-In
1-800-211*PANA(7262)
Ninety (90) Days
Carry-In
or Mail-In
1-800-211*PANA(7262)
1-800-211*PANA(7262)
Ninety (90) Days
TVNCR,
TV/DVD,
TV/DVDNCR
One (1) Year (except
CRT)
Ninety (90) Days
Carry-In: 21" CRT
and Smaller
Combination
CRT - Two (2) Years
Ninety (90) Days
In-Home or Carry-In:
22" CRT and Larger
TV/HDR
Combination
One (1) Year (except
CRT)
CRT - Two (2) Years
Ninety (90) Days
In-Home
Rechargeable
Batteries
(in exchange for
defective item)
Ten (10) Days
Not Applicable
Carry-In
or Mail-In
1-800-211*PANA(7262)
Tape
(in exchange for
defective item)
Five (5) Days
Not Applicable
Carry-In
or Mail-In
1-800-211*PANA(7262)
Memory Cards
(in exchange for
defective item)
Ninety (90) Days
Not Applicable
Carry-In
or Mail-In
1-800-211*PANA(7262)
or Carry-In
1-888-843-9788
Ninety (90) Days
During the "Labor" warranty period there will be no charge for labor. During the "Parts" warranty period,
there will be no charge for parts. You must carry-in or mail-in your product or arrange for in-home
service, as applicable, during the warranty period.
If non-rechargeable
batteries are included, they are not warranted. This warranty only ap plies to
products purchased and serviced in the United States or Puer to Rico. This warranty is extended only to
the original purchaser of a new product which was not sold "as is." A purchase receipt or other proof of
the original purchase date is required for warranty service.
Carry-In,
Mail-in or In-Home Service
For Carry-In, MaiMn or In*Home Service (as applicable) in the United States call tol_ free contact
number listed above or visit Panasonic Web Site: http://www.panasonic.com
For assistance in Puerto Rico call Panasonic Sales Company (787)-750-4300
or fax (787)-768-2910.
In*Home service, if applicable, requires clear, complete and easy access to the product by the
authorized servicer and does not include removal or re-installation
of an installed product. It is possible
that certain in*home repairs will not be completed in*home, but will require that the product, or parts of
the product, be removed for shop diagnosis and/or repair and then re turned.
36
Limited Warranty Limits And Exclusions
This warranty ONLY COVERS failures due to defects in materials or workmanship,
and DOES NOT
COVER normal wear and tear or cosmetic damage, nor does it cover markings or retained images on
the picture tube resulting from viewing fi xed images (including, among other things, letterbox pictures
on standard 4:3 screen TV's, or non-expanded
standard 4:3 pic tures on wide screen TV's, or onscreen
data in a stationary and fixed Iccation). The warranty ALSO DOES NOT COVER damages which
occurred in shipment, or failures which are caused by products not supplied by the warrantor, or failures
which result from accidents, misuse, abuse, neglect, mishandling,
misapplication,
alteration, faulty
installation, set-up ad just ments, misadjustment
of consumer controls, improper maintenance,
power
line surge, lightning damage, modifi cation, or commercial
use (such as in a hotel, offi ce, restaurant, or
other business), rental use of the product, service by anyone other than a Factory Servicenter or other
Authorized
Servicer, or damage that is attributable to acts of God.
THERE ARE NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES
EXCEPT AS LISTED UNDER "LIMITED
WARRANTY
COVERAGE.'THE
WARRANTOR
IS NOT LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES
RESULTING
FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT, OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH
OF THIS WARRANTY.
(As examples, this excludes damages for _ost time, cost of having someone
remove or re-install an installed unit if applicable, or travel to and from the servicer, loss of media or
images, data or other memory or recorded content. The items listed are not exclusive, but are for
i_lustration only.)
ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING
THE WARRANTY
OF
MERCHANTABILITY,
ARE LIMITED TO THE PERIOD OF THE LIMITED WARRANTY.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, or
limitations on how _ong an implied warranty lasts, so the exclusions may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state
to state. If a problem with this product develops during or after the warranty period, you may contact
your dea_er or Servicenter. ff the problem is not handled to your satisfaction,
then write to the warrantor's
Consumer Affairs Department
at the addresses listed for the warrantor.
PARTS AND SERVICE (INCLUDING
COST OF AN IN-HOME SERVICE CALL, WHERE
APPLICABLE)
WHICH ARE NOT COVERED BY THIS LIMITED WARRANTY
ARE YOUR
RESPONSIBILITY.
1-800-332-5368 (Customer Orders Only)
For hearing or speech impaired TTY users, TTY : 1-866-605-1277
Panasonic Services Company 20421 84th Avenue South, Kent, WA 98032
(Monday*Friday
6 am-5 pro; Saturday 6 am-10:30 am, PST)
(Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, American Express, Check)
AS of August
2002
37
A
L
Accessories
Add/Delete
.........................................................
7
Language
..........................................................
Channels
........................................
17
Limited Warran_
Antenna Connections
........................................
11
Loading
Auto Clock Setting .............................................
13
Location of Controls ............................................
Auto Repeat ......................................................
21
Auto Rewind ......................................................
21
IV1
Automatic
Eject .................................................
20
Automatic
Memory Tuning .................................
16
Manual Clock Setting ........................................
Memorize Channels ..........................................
Automatic
Power On and Play ...........................
20
Moisture
...............................................
.............................................................
Condensation
.......................................
12
36
20
8
14
16
5
Movie Rating .....................................................
17
B
Mute ..................................................................
15
Battery Installation ............................................ 10
Battery Precautions ........................................... 10
o
c
Cable TV Connections
......................................
12
OffTimer
...........................................................
On Timer
...........................................................
One-touch
Timer Recording
(OTR) ...................
19
18
22
Change
Password .............................................
18
Channel
A/T .....................................................
15
P
Closed Caption ..................................................
15
Password ...........................................................
17
CM Skip .............................................................
Counter Reset ...................................................
21
23
Phones ..............................................................
15
Customer
37
Playback ............................................................
Power Souses ..................................................
Daylight Saving Time ........................................
13
R
Digital Tracking Controls ....................................
20
Real Time Tape Counter ....................................
23
Display ..............................................................
15
Reception
....................................
25
Duplicating
24
Recording a TV Program ...................................
Remote Control ...................................................
21
9
Replacing the Fuse ...........................................
Rewind ..............................................................
If
20
R-Tune ...............................................................
15
Service Directory
..............................
Picture Control Adjustment
...............................
19
20
10
D
a Video Tape ...................................
E
Erase Prevention Tab ........................................ 20
F
Features .............................................................. 6
Forward ............................................................. 20
Disturbances
s
Safety Precautions
..............................................
Setting the Language ........................................
5
12
I
Setting the V-chip ..............................................
17
Important Safeguards ......................................... 2
Index of Controls .......................................... 29-30
Install the TVNCR in Your Car ............................ 5
Sleep .................................................................
15
Spanish Quick Use Guide .................................
31
Specifications
28
38
....................................................
Speed Search ...................................................
21
Standard Time ...................................................
13
Still Picture ........................................................
21
Stop ...................................................................
20
T
Timer Recording ................................................
22
Tracking Control ................................................
20
Troubleshooting
26
Guide ......................................
TV Operation .....................................................
14
TV Rating ..........................................................
17
TV/CATV selection
16
............................................
V
Video Head Cleaning
........................................
25
Visually Search .................................................
21
Volume ..............................................................
14
V-Chip ...............................................................
17
Z
Zero Search ...................................................... 23
39
Panasonic Consumer
Electronics Company,
Division of Matsushita Electric Corporation
of America
One Panasonic Way Secaucus,
New Jersey 07094
Panasonic Sales Company ("PSC"),
Division of Matsushita Electric of Puerto Rico, Inc,
Ave. 65 de Infanteria. Kin. 9.5
San Gabde_ Industrial
J5BO2301A
03/04
[]
Park, Carolina,
Puerto
Rico 00985
Printed in Thailand
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