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LG GL182W Owner’s Manual
user
guide
Video
with line
Model
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recording
GL182W
PAL NTSC
Before
connecting, operating or adjusting your new Video,
please read this user guide carefully. Thank you.
Contents, safety and cleaning
Please read the
following
information
carefully.
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Contents
Safety
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Introducing your
Video
andRemoteControl.
Connecting
to
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OperatingyourVideo.
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Onscreendisplay(OSD).
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Automaticpoweroff.
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Languageselection.
OPR(Optimum Picture
Response)...............7
Repeatplayback...........7
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Coloursystemselect.
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VideoINPUTsettings.
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DCPowerSource...........9
Troubleshooting...........10
Technical
specifications
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11
1
air.
2 Clean the cabinet with
The
apparatus shall
and that
liquids,
placed
Do not
operate your Video if it is
damaged.
If your Video still does not operate
properly, unplug it and call your
dealer. Your Video should not be
not be
to
dripping or splashing
no objects filled with
such
on
as
the
vases, shall be
apparatus.
Unplug
supply.
do not
damp cloth,
cleaners
or
a
soft
apply liquid
aerosol cleaners.
Never spray cleaning
near the Video.
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Never
remove
your Video
to very
as
the
top
this
can
high voltage
hazards.
cover
Video head
liquids
on or
cleaning
High quality video tapes will not
normally deposit dirt onto the video
heads, but old or damaged tapes
may. This dirt can accumulate on the
video heads after a long period of
time and
cause
become blurred
the
picture
to
broken up.
To clean the video heads use a video
repaired by anyone except
qualified service personnel.
VideoDoctor..............8
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vibration, moisture,
the Video from the mains
Ensure that your Video is placed in
a position to allow a free flow of
exposed
and TV.
onyourvideo............7-8
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electrical storms it is
During
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falls
unplug both the aerial
cable and mains plug to prevent
accidental damage to your Video
Advanced functions
.
no
advisable to
.
.
that
Care should be taken not to
unnecessary
dust or heat.
.
.
so
expose your Video to any
Recording................6
Line-inrecording...........6
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Topauserecording.
Dubbingtapes............6
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Finishingarecording.
Position your Video
bright light or sunlight
directly onto it.
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Cleaning
of
expose you
and other
heads
or
cleaning tape
electrical stores.
available from
Video
and
Remote
Control
your
Introducing
Most of your Video's functions are accessed using the Remote Control.
A summary of the functions of the main buttons are shown below (right), other buttons
Basic functions of your Video
can
also be
the control
operated using
panel
on
described elsewhere in this
are
guide.
the front of your Video.
3
To turn the Video
on or
off
To fast forward
To
Tape
Compartment
To stop or
eject the tape
play
To rewind
To Pause
a
a
a
a
tape
switches the Video
from
tape
standby
or on
on
to
standby.
tape
To r ecord programme
being watched.
tape
To pause
a
Use to select
recording speed.
To
the tape in
the Video.
eject
tape.
To stop
playback
recording.
To
display the
on
screen menu.
Use the v/V/b/B
Colour system
select
To
improve the
playback picture
To r ecord the
buttons to
programme you
watching
Display
Panel
are
Remote Control Sensor
To
improve the
playback picture
(see page 7).
move
through the menus,
after accessing them
via the MENU/i button.
Select the channel you
want to watch
(v/V).
To
play back
repeatedly.
a
tape
Press DISPLAY/OK to
approve a menu item or
show the counter.
Auto
tracking
(see page 5).
Resets tape counter
to 0:00:00
(see
Video IN and Audio IN
as
AUDIO IN
VIDEO IN
jacks
are
for
connecting
page
5).
devices such
Video Cameras, Games Consoles and other Video
Recorders. You will need to connect to them
using
or
an
Audio/Video cable.
Don't
forget
to install AAA
type batteries in the Remote Control.
Connecting
The information
However
given
to a television
here refers to the most
common
forms of connection.
check with your manufacturer's instruction books for specific information. Make sure that all the
from the mains power, before making any connections to avoid causing damage to your equipment.
please
appliances
are
unplugged
4
Connection
Connecting
a
guide
video
using
Audio/Video cable is
one
ways to achieve
of the best
sound and
optimum
picture quality from video-tape
playback (Recommended). If you own
a TV with AV input sockets you will
be able to enjoy it; you will be unable
to enjoy this facility if you connected
just using a normal RF cable.
If you are using a Coaxial cable you
need to select a TV channel on your
Television and tune it to the Video
signal,
adjustment will not
necessary, simply select the AV
on your TV (Recommended).
1
2
3
Coaxial cable
If you are using the coaxial cable a
connection needs to be made from
the RF.OUT socket
your Video to
your television.
on
on
signals
You have to select
pre-recorded
video
mode
tape
a
Select channel 36
on
your TV.
the picture
Store the selected TV channel
on
your TV.
Please consult your Television User
Guide for information on how to do
this.
the transmitter
channel
from the
If channel 36 is
channel
your TV and tune it in
that you may watch video tapes.
on
a
Changing
video channel
video like another TV station.
number
Insert
be
And then you will see
being played in your video.
of your Video.
Your TV receives
screen.
sockets this
connected to the AERIAL/ANT socket
a
blue
into your video and press N.
Your outside aerial should be
Tu ne
bright
If you connect a monitor or a TV set
equipped with AUDIO and VIDEO
Roof aerial
the aerial socket
a
so
already occupied at
your TV set, or if the picture is
distorted, please consult your nearest
service center.
Video
your
Operating
The main functions of your Video can be operated using either the Remote Control or front control panel on the Video.
Before starting, you should ensure that your television and your Video have been plugged in and switched on and that the video channel
on
your television is selected.
Playing
a
Picture Search
video tape
While
Press N.
The television
screen
will
display
can
PLAY.
video cassette is
a
search the
tracking
Your Video will
the
tracking to
picture quality.
on
the
automatically adjust
give you the best
the
on
the
screen
forwards
or
backwards.
visual search PLAY indicator
display
window
on
the
during
(v/V)on
screen
on
is reduced.
speed,
the
or
tape
Simply
play.
press STOP x to halt video
rewind at maximum
must not be in
play
Press STOP x then press either
REWmforrewindorFFMfor
fast forward. While you are rewinding
or fast forwarding you can view the
section you are passing. Press and
hold (for a few seconds) either REW
morFFM.
Releasing
FF M button
or
REW m
button will return the Video to normal
rewind
or
fast forward
and white horizontal lines. This is perfectly normal and does not mean that
the video
tape
The
can
Video
or
be
are
damaged.
for up to 5
minutes. The Video will then automat-
tape
Counter
mode.
Stopping play
interference in the form of black
paused
ically stop playing in order to avoid
damaging the tape or your Video.
Fast Forward / Rewind
To fast forward
Removing
tape
a
Pressing P/STILL X will pause play,
giving you a still picture on the
screen. This picture may display
some
front of your Video.
press either TRK
the remote control until the noise
playback,
the
specific
a
tape.
tape play rapidly
During
tracking
If noise appears
you
PressREWmorFFMtomake
flashes in the
Manual
playing
tape forward and
backward to look for
position
Auto
Pausing
operation.
Memory
Function
This is useful if you want to return to
the same point several times.
1
Begin playing
2
Press DISPLAY/OK
3
a
tape.
repeatedly to
display
the Real-time counter
the TV
screen.
At the
later,
on
that you want locate
reset the real-time counter
point
to "0:00:00"
4
5
by pressing CLEAR.
Continue to play.
Press STOP (x) when playback
finishes.
6
Press REW
The tape
tape
(m).
automatically stops
counter returns to about
"0:00:00".
when the
the Video tape
Press EJECT Z to
remove
the video
cassette from your Video.
If the end of the
tape is reached, your
Video will automatically stop, rewind,
eject the tape and place itself into
Standby
mode.
Recording
Your video allows you to make recordings connecting to a TV
Insert a video cassette with protection tab into your Video.
equipped
with audio and video sockets.
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6
Line-in
recording
Connect your video to
shown below.
1
a
TV
as
recording
You
interrupt recording
1
selector.
Set the desired
3
pressing
speed by
SPEED.
system : SP or EP.
PAL color system : SP or LP.
4
EP
three times
as
a
pause mode
window.
tab is
loaded, the
no
2
on
the
prevention
cassette will be
ejected automatically.
on
the
Press P/STILL X
or
display
to
1
2
Connect your video to another
video as shown below.
Insert
into
3
Finishing
pre-recorded source tape
another (playing) video.
Insert
a
a
blank video
tape
record
protection tab
(recording) Video.
with the
into your
REC z
another Video and record
Video.
to 5
prevent damage
the video tape or your Video.
to
Front
on
on
your
recording
a
1
Press STOP x.
2
Press EJECT Z.
EJECT will appear on the
television screen. If the end of the
tape is reached your Video will
automatically stop recording,
rewind, stop and eject the tape
and
Simultaneously begin playback
minutes. After 5 minutes your
Video will automatically cancel
once.
cassette with
To pause recording press
P/STILL X. The REC PAUSE will
recording
The REC indicator appear
TV screen.
If
to
scenes.
again to continue recording.
Tapes can be paused for up
provides
much recording time as SP,
although SP produces better
picture and audio sounds.
Press REC z
also
Dubbing tapes
appear on the TV screen. Also
REC indicator will flash during
NTSC color
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can
avoid unwanted
Select the channel you wish to
record with the TV's channel
2
To pause
place
itself into
Standby.
Advanced functions
Your Video has
advanced
some
Video
your
on
with features you may find useful.
operations
7
On
This
screen
display (OSD)
To turn off the
display the tape
counter, tape remaining, colour
audio
system,
output
1
channel and
mode of your Video on
your television screen. If a recording is
taking place, the on screen displays
menu.
operational
will not be recorded onto
1
2UseborBtoselect
ON
OFF
3
Select OFF
using
Press MENU/i to
OSD.
then
the
By pressing POWER 1 button while
rewinding a tape the Video will turn
off automatically when the tape
rewind has completed.
0:02:23
tape
counter and amount of
tape left will appear if there is
tape loaded.
2
If you press DISPLAY/OK
within 5 seconds, only the
counter and amount
are
3
again
tape
of tape left
remove
amount
again
to
tape counter and
of tape left.
You
Language
It is
change the language
screen displays are
possible
that the
on
selection
to
shown in. You
can
choose among
English, Frencais, Deutsch, Espanol,
1
the
4
Press MENU/i to store the
(Optimum
Response)
Picture
from the
video
the
picture
tape by adjusting to
condition of the video
tape. If you feel
2
UseborBtoselect
the front of
or on
your video.
Repeat playback
If you want to
1
play
back
a
tape
set REPEAT to ON.
Press MENU/i to enter the main
2
UseborBtoselect
then
press DISPLAY/OK.
3
UsevorVtoselectONorOFF.
ON
OFF
Press MENU/i to enter the main
i
menu.
2
UseborBtoselect
OPR
then
press DISPLAY/OK.
OSD
adjust the picture from
tape by pressing OPR on
menu.
picture needs adjusting you
can manually change the OPR
setting.
You can only set OPR when a tape is
playing in the Video.
1
3
menus.
also
repeatedly,
This enhances the
menu.
AB
C
can
the remote control
.
Press MENU/i to enter the main
Press MENU/i to exit the
the video
that the
Italiano and P CCK
displayed.
Press DISPLAY/OK
a
AB
C
OSDi
OPR
Automatic power off
The
AB
C
AUTO
E
i
settings.
SP
OPR
OPR
v or V.
save
SHARP
language
OSD
setting.
S
SOFT
4
press DISPLAY/OK.
tape.
OFF
screen.
f OSD
Press DISPLAY/OK to show the
STOP
choice
Select your desired
using v or V.
Press MENU/i to enter the
main
Press DISPLAY/OK to reveal the
language
displays completely.
be used to
can
3
on screen
UsevorVtoselectOFF,SOFT
.
or
SHARP.
4
Press MENU/i to exit the
If you want to release this
set REPEAT to OFF.
menus.
function,
Advanced functions
Your Video has
some
advanced
on
Video
your
with features you may find useful.
operations
8
Colour system select
Video Doctor
The Video Doctor will show the status
of
1
aspects of the Video.
colour
Press MENU/i to enter the main
menu.
2
UseborBtoselect
then
DR.
standards, PAL and
STATUS
Use v
3
system
The
PLEASE CLEAN: The
tape heads
cleaning
TAPE STATUS
Cassette in the Video has had its
protection
tabs
insert
removed,
a
tape suitable for recording.
4
Press MENU/i to
menu
remove
from the television
the
screen.
Press MENU/i to enter the main
menu.
on a
2
UseborBtoselect
used in your
1
PAL/
Recording
NTSC
settings
OFF
TV
TV
Playback
i
Press MENU/i to enter the main
menu.
3
recording.
as
2
RF
3
Use v
or
of audio
ONWhen
you connect VIDEO OUT of
TV to VIDEO IN on your Video,
you have to select ON then blue
V to select the channel
output according
to your
background
type.
you will
System Change
AUTO PAL MESECAM
NTSC3.58 NTSC4.43
Playback
NTSC-PB NTSC3.58
PAL-B/G
you connect VIDEO IN
your Video to VIDEO OUT on
external unit(Another Video,
PAL-I
PAL-D/K
RF
RF
NTSC4.43
4
Press MENU/i to exit the
see
appears. Otherwise,
scrambled picture.
OFFWhen
AUTO PAL MESECAM
Recording
UsevorVtoselectONorOFF.
then
press DISPLAY/OK.
menus.
shown
UseborBtoselect
TV
Mode
then
ON
below.
Source
TV
press DISPLAY/OK.
the front of your video.
V to select the colour
system is changed
MESECAM
NOT RECORDABLE: The
or
settings
SYS
Press MENU/i to exit the
4
HEAD STATUS
need
then
press DISPLAY/OK.
i
1
or
multi-system TV,
or NTSC-PB on a PAL TV by
pressing SYSTEM repeatedly on
RF Audio
UseborBtoselect
2
DR.
Video INPUT
Press MENU/i to enter the main
features.
OK
to NTSC3.58
NTSC4.43
During play your Video
Recorder should select the Colour
menu.
HEAD STATUS
TAPE
system
MESECAM.
1
UsevorVtocheckthe
following
dual
uses
System automatically, however if you
experience problems you may need
to do it manually.
press DISPLAY/OK.
3
Your Video Recorder
If your tape programme is
NTSC3.58 or NTSC4.43, set the
on
an
Camcorder, etc.), you have to set
OFF. Otherwise, you will see blue
i
background.
menu.
4
Press MENU/i to exit the
menu.
DC Power Source
Your Video is
designed
for in-home
or
portable
use.
You
can
power it from the
cigarette lighter
socket in your vehicle
or a
12V
(1.2A)
DC power
source.
9
DC
Input
Socket
DC power cord into either the
12-volt DC outlet or cigarette lighter
Plug
socket.
Plug the
input socket
other end into the
DC
on
your Video.
Do not leave your Video in a place
where the temperature exceeds 70°C
(158°F), or the pick-up
damaged.
Examples include :
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Inside
a car
device may be
with the windows closed
and in direct sunshine.
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Near
a
heating appliance.
Your Video and its DC power cord are
designed for use in vehicles that have
12-volt, negative ground electrical
systems. (This is standard for most
If your vehicle has a differof electrical system, the DC
vehicles.)
ent
type
power system
cannot be used.
To
prevent electrical shock and possible damage to your Video or vehicle,
always unplug DC power cord from
the cigarette lighter socket before you
remove the plug from your Video.
A 3 amp. 125 or 250V fuse for protection is installed in the DC power
cord.
While the
engine
is
being started,
dis-
connect the DC power cord from the
car's
cigarette lighter
Do not
car
operate your Video when the
battery
is
rent from the
cause
Wa r ning
When your Video is not in use,
always disconnect it from
cigarette lighter socket to
battery drain.
the
avoid
socket.
discharged.
car
Peak
generator
cur-
may
the DC fuse to blow.
If the vehicle's
supply voltage drops
below approximately 10 volts, your
Video may not work properly.
Tr oubleshooting
If you
No
?
are
trouble with your Video
having
picture
and
no
Check that the Video
been
at
a
plugged
sound
plug
and switched
?
playback
picture
on
mains wall socket and that
the television has been
plugged
in
and
securely
Video.
(see page 9).
A video
tape
inserted
?
Check that there is not
in the Video
?
a
cassette
Is the video cassette the
way round? The windows should
be at the top and the arrow
should be
Video.
pointing
toward the
?
?
Has the Video been
?
Check that the batteries have
?
used to
?
into the
tab has not been
removed from the video cassette
this function will not work.
rear
should consult your television
user guide on how to do this.
securely
?
of the video
if the
see
Check that the
by
The tape is
REC mode.
signal being
the television is of
in the
The cassette has had the
erase
prevention tab removed. Stick a
piece of adhesive tape over the
erase prevention tab hole or
select
a
different cassette.
and
securely
connected to the correct
jacks.
?E
nsure
been
that the television has
correctly tuned
Video.
quality.
ejected
Check the aerial lead is
undamaged
tab
safety
prevent recording has
reasonable
in?
plugged
does not work
safety
?T ry adjusting the horizontal
control on your television, you
been removed.
?
If the
Check the
cassette to
Remote Control.
?
and
picture
from it.
connected to the correct outlet.
not work
Autoplay
Check the aerial lead is
The video cassette may be
damaged. Insert another video
cassette and check the
the Video will be unable to
received
correctly
your
record television broadcasts.
television channels may not be
tuned to the Video correctly.
right
reception
on
television set. If you cannot
receive a picture through your
a
recording that you have recently
made from the television, the
been inserted
The top of the video
picture is unstable
?
undamaged
?I f the cassette contains
already.
Check the
aerial,
The Remote Control does
cannot be
?
interference.
settings
service.
TV programmes cannot be
recorded
poor
may have been the
cassette itself.
Check that you have tuned into a
video channel on your television.
Check the Video INPUT
contacting
?T ry using TRK(v/V) button to
reduce the amount of visible
in both the television and the
?
or a
before
problem
connected to the correct sockets
?
following
?T ry a different video cassette.
If the problem is resolved, the
on.
Check the aerial lead is
undamaged
check the
No
has
in and switched
please
to your
Technical
specifications
Specifications are correct at time of printing.
LG is constantly innovating and products may change
at any time without
GENERAL
Power Source
warning.
AUDIO
AC
110-240V, 50/60Hz
DC 12 V, 1.2A
Input
-6.0 dBm
Output
-6.0 dBm less than 1.5 kohms
Audio track
Mono track
Audio
100 Hz-10 kHz
more
than 47 kohms
(LINE)
+3
-0
Power
Consumption
Dimensions
(WxHxD)
10 Watts
Approx.
360
x
82
x
230
Operating Temperature
5 °C~35 °C
Operating Humidity
Less than 80%.
Weight
Approx.
2.8
(41
mm
°F~95 °F)
kg.
VIDEO
Television
system
CCIR Standard
PAL/SECAM
(625 lines, 50 fields)
type color signal
Recording format
PAL/MESECAM/NTSC3.58/NTSC4.43
RF OUT
PAL/SECAM(G
Input
1.0
Vp-p
75 ohms unbalanced
Output
1.0
Vp-p
75 ohms unbalanced
RF modulator
UHF channels 30-40
or
K),
PAL I
(adjustable)
frequency response
(-6/+3 dBm)
(LINE)
SAFETY PRECAUTION
THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE DISCONNECTED FROM THE MAINS
POWER SUPPLY WHEN IT IS NOT IN USE. DO NOT ALLOW THIS
UNIT TO BE EXPOSED TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION
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P.O.BOX 704, JEDDAH 21421 KINGDOM OF SAUDI
ARABIA
02-629-2929
Toll Free 800-244-2929
TEL)
RIYADH BRANCH SERVICE CENTER
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TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE
COVER. NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS ARE INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
AL KHOBAR BRANCH SERVICE CENTER
TEL) 03-858-0929
WARNING
THE RECORDING AND PLAYBACK OF CERTAIN MATERIAL
MAY NOT BE DONE WITHOUT PERMISSION.
The
working life of this set is 7 years since the date of delivery
consumer. Upon the expiry of the said period, it might be
unsuitable for the use according to their designation.
to
Please read these precautions before you operate this unit.
?A void extreme heat, cold, moisture and dust.
?A void using near a magnetic field. (This will adversely affect the
units performance.)
?
Be careful when the surface of the case is wiped with a volatile
agent such as benzene, alcohol, thinner, etc. or a chemically
processed cloth, the surface finish may deteriorate or its
?
accumulating on the head after a
long period of time can cause the playback picture to become blurred or broken up. If the image on your screen
resembles the picture on the left while
playing back a tape, the heads may
require cleaning.
?
To clean the
coating
?
?
?
?
may peel.
Use the unit only in a horizontal position, and do not place
anything heavy on it.
Keep the unit away from flower vases, tubs, sinks, etc. If any
liquids should spill into unit, serious damage could occur. In that
case, please consult qualified service personnel.
Do not obstruct the ventilation holes: they prevent overheating.
Even soft materials such as paper and cloth may prevent
proper ventilation of the unit.
There are no serviceable parts inside. For service, please
contact your service centre.
If you pour a cold liquid into a glass, water vapor in the air will condense on the surface of the glass. This is moisture condensation.
Moisture condensation on the head drum, one of the most crucial
parts of the unit, will cause damage to the tape.
When this set is exposed to a rapid temperature change from cold
to warm, some condensation will occur. Under this condition, connect the power cord to the AC line, press POWER button on and
allow at least two hours for the unit to dry out.
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Dirt
heads, obtain
head
cleaning tape from your local video
dealer. Follows the instructions that
come
with the cleaning tape, as
excessive use can shorten head life.
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