Panasonic TC29P22R Operating instructions

Panasonic TC29P22R Operating instructions
Operating Instruction
Colour Television
TC-29P22R
Please read the operating instructions completely before operating this set.
TQB4G0628
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Dear Panasonic customer
Welcome to the Panasonic family of customers. We hope that you will have many years of enjoyment from your new colour television.
Safety Instructions
The TV set can be operated on
AC AUTO 110/240V, 50/60Hz
The cabinet and picture tube can
be kept in good condition by
simply wiping with a clean, soft
cloth moistened with mild
detergent and water. Do not use
solutions containing benzol,
petroleum or a chemical cloth.
For safety, remove the plug from
the wall outlet.
To prevent damage which may
result in fire or electrical shock,
do not expose the TV set to rain
or excessive moisture.
Adequate ventilation is essential
to prevent failure of electrical
components.
Do not remove the rear cover, as
live parts are accessible when it
is removed.
Avoid exposing the TV set to
direct sunlight and other source
of heat.
Remove the plug from the wall
outlet (Power point) when the TV
set is not used for a prolonged
period of time.
Do not use this set if abnormal
operation occurs.
EX: smoke, odd sounds or
smells, turn the power switch off
and disconnect the AC power if
you notice any unusual
operation.
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Before Operating This Set
Connect the Aerial Cable to the RF In Terminal
VHF Aerial
UHF Aerial
Mixer
75Ω
Coaxial
Cable
RF In Terminal
Coaxial Aerial plug
To obtain the best quality picture and sound, an external antenna, the correct cables (75 Ohm coaxial) and
the correct terminating plug will be required.
If a communal antenna system is used, you may require the correct connection cable and plugs between
the wall antenna socket and your television receiver.
Your local Television Service Dealer may be able to assist you in obtaining the correct antenna system for
your particular area and accessories required.
Any matters about antenna installation, upgrading of existing systems or accessories required, and the
cost incurred, are the responsibility of the customer.
Note :
If your existing antenna system uses 300 Ohm to 75 Ohm Balun, see Below.
300 Ohm to 75 Ohm Balun
OR
75 Ohm
Coaxial Cable
300 Ohm
Ribbon
3
Before Operating This Set
Battery Installation
1
Open the cover.
Apply slight downward pressure while pulling towards the
bottom.
2
Two “R6 (AA)” size
3
Batteries: Use two “R6 (AA)” size batteries.
Insert the batteries ensuring correct polarity.
This is identifiable by the “+” and “–” symbols on both the
batteries and inside the battery compartment.
Replace the cover.
Do not use rechargeable (Ni-Cd) batteries.
They are different in shape and performance and may fail to ensure correct operation.
! Battery cautions
The incorrect use of batteries can cause electrolyte leakage which will corrode the Remote Control or
cause the batteries to burst.
Old Batteries
New Batteries
Replacement both batteries at the same time.
Don’t mix battery types
(alkaline with carbon zinc. etc.)
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Don’t Recharge.
Connections
How to connect the "AV1, AV2 or AV3" Input Terminals
(Super - VHS VCR)
Audio
R OUT
L
Video
OUT
AV1
IN
S-Video
OUT
(
)
S-Video
input
MONITOR
OUT
AV3
IN
AV1
IN
DVD(Y•PB•PR)
S . VIDEO
MONO
Y
VIDEO
MONO
MONO
PB
LEFT
AUDIO
RIGHT
PR
VIDEO
AUDIO
(VHS VCR)
Audio
R OUT
L
Video
OUT
AV1
IN
MONITOR
OUT
AV3
IN
AV1
IN
DVD(Y•PB•PR)
S . VIDEO
VIDEO
MONO
AUDIO
Y
VIDEO
MONO
LEFT
MONO
PB
AUDIO
RIGHT
PR
Note:
(1)
When AV1, AV2 or AV3 is selected, and that AV mode has no input picture signal, the background
Colour of the TV screen will change (This only occur if the Blue-Back function is set to the ON
condition).
(2)
When an S-Video cable is connected to the S-Video terminal, the Video input will be automatically
switched off for the AV mode.
(3)
When a Monaural VCR is used, connect the Monaural Audio cable to the Audio “L” (Left) terminal.
(4)
Similar connections are available at the AV1, AV2 and AV3 input terminals. Select the desired AV
input position by pushing the “TV/AV” button.
(5)
The AV3 audio input terminals serves as the audio input terminal for both the video input and for the
DVD input.
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Connections
How to connect the DVD Input Terminals
DVD Player
R
Audio
OUT
DVD(Y•PB•PR)OUT
PR
L
PB
Y
MONITOR
OUT
AV1
IN
AV3
IN
DVD(Y•PB•PR)
DVD(Y•PB•PR)
S . VIDEO
Y
Y
VIDEO
AUDIO
MONO
PB
MONO
PB
LEFT
AUDIO
PR
PR
RIGHT
How to connect the AV Monitor Output Terminals to other Equipment
The “Monitor Out” terminal output the same signals as main picture on the TV screen and sound from the
speaker at that time. e.g. TV programmes or signals from AV1, AV2 or AV3 input.
Recording Equipment
(VHS VCR)
R
Audio
IN
L
Video
IN
MONITOR
OUT
MONITOR
OUT
AV1
IN
AV3
IN
DVD(Y•PB•PR)
S . VIDEO
VIDEO
AUDIO
Y
VIDEO
MONO
LEFT
MONO
PB
AUDIO
RIGHT
PR
Note:
(1) Never connect the same video recorder with both the VIDEO IN and MONITOR OUT terminals on
this TV set, as this could cause incorrect operation.
(2) The monitor output emits the main picture normal video and audio signals.
(3) Teletext display on screen will not be output at the MONITOR OUT terminals.
(4) The DVD signal (Y, PB, PR) is not output at the MONITOR out terminals.
(5) The DVD signal input terminal takes priority over the AV3 Video input terminal.
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Location of Control (TV)
PRE.
TV/AV
–
+
AV 2 IN
S-VIDEO
PRE.
TV/AV
–
VIDEO
L/MONO
–
R – AUDIO
AV 2 IN
+
S-VIDEO
Preset
button
VIDEO
TV / AV
button
Channel Up and
Volume Up and Down Buttons
Down Buttons
L/MONO
–
R – AUDIO
AV2 IN
Headphones
MONITOR
OUT
AV1
IN
AV3
IN
DVD(Y•PB•PR)
S . VIDEO
Y
VIDEO
MONO
LEFT
MONO
PB
AUDIO
RIGHT
PR
Model Name Plate
Connecting Headphones
When a headphones plug is inserted into the Headphones socket all speakers will be automatically
disconnected; only the Headphones will function.
AV 2 IN
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
L/MONO
(Optional)
(not supplied)
7
–
R – AUDIO
Flow Chart of Main Menu
When the "MAIN MENU" button is pushed at the main menu screen, the screen display will return to the normal viewing
condition. When the "MAIN MENU" button is pushed at each MENU screen (Picture, Sound, Features, Language,
Preset), the screen display will return to the Main Menu screen.
MAIN MENU
Push
Select
Symbol
Mark
On-Screen
Indication
PICTURE
FEATURES
SOUND
LANGUAGE
PRESET
Push
DYNAMIC
32 COLOUR
On-Screen
Indication
(example)
32 NTSC–TINT
32 BRIGHT
63 CONTRAST
32 SHARPNESS
STD
COLOUR TEMP
DYNAMIC
32 COLOUR
32 NTSC–TINT
32 BRIGHT
63 CONTRAST
SPEECH
28 BASS
45 TREBLE
32 BALANCE
OFF BASS BOOST
OFF LOUDNESS
OFF AVL
SPEECH
28 BASS
45 TREBLE
32 BALANCE
OFF BASS BOOST
OFF LOUDNESS
OFF AVL
32 SHARPNESS
STD
COLOUR TEMP
DYNAMIC
32 COLOUR
32 NTSC–TINT
32 BRIGHT
SPEECH
28 BASS
45 TREBLE
32 BALANCE
OFF BASS BOOST
OFF LOUDNESS
OFF AVL
63 CONTRAST
32 SHARPNESS
STD
COLOUR TEMP
DYNAMIC
32 COLOUR
32 NTSC–TINT
STD
SPEECH
28 BASS
45 TREBLE
32 BALANCE
OFF BASS BOOST
OFF LOUDNESS
OFF AVL
PICTURE AI
ON
BLUE BACK
ON
CH COLOUR SET STD
CHILD LOCK
OFF
VCR/GAME
OFF
PICTURE AI
ON
BLUE BACK
ON
CHILD LOCK
OFF
VCR/GAME
OFF
PICTURE AI
ON
BLUE BACK
ON
CH COLOUR SET STD
CHILD LOCK
OFF
VCR/GAME
OFF
PICTURE AI
ON
BLUE BACK
ON
CH COLOUR SET STD
63 CONTRAST
CHILD LOCK
OFF
32 SHARPNESS
COLOUR TEMP
VCR/GAME
OFF
DYNAMIC
32 COLOUR
PICTURE AI
ON
32 NTSC–TINT
BLUE BACK
ON
32 BRIGHT
63 CONTRAST
32 SHARPNESS
STD
COLOUR TEMP
SPEECH
28 BASS
45 TREBLE
32 BALANCE
OFF BASS BOOST
OFF LOUDNESS
OFF AVL
88 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
88
8
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
88
8
CH COLOUR SET STD
32 BRIGHT
SPEECH
28 BASS
45 TREBLE
32 BALANCE
OFF BASS BOOST
OFF LOUDNESS
OFF AVL
88 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
88 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
88 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
88 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
88 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
88
8
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
88
8
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
88
8
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
88
8
CH COLOUR SET STD
CHILD LOCK
OFF
VCR/GAME
OFF
88 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
88
8
DYNAMIC
32 COLOUR
32 NTSC–TINT
88 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
32 BRIGHT
63 CONTRAST
32 SHARPNESS
STD
COLOUR TEMP
8
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
88
8
General Operation
Panasonic
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1
7
TV/AV
R-TUNE
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2
3
8
+
5
0
4
VCR ⁄ LD ⁄ DVD
VCR
LD ⁄ DVD
DISC SIDE
A
B
MAIN MENU
11
SKIP
N
10
16
1.
PICTURE MENU
SOUND MENU
P. A
SURROUND
SKIP
WAKE UP
12
13
15
9
To Switch Power on/off
The TV set must be switched on at the wall outlet and at the Main power switch.
Press this button to turn the TV set ON, from stand-by mode. Press it again to turn off.
Note:
When in the stand – by condition, it is possible to turn the TV set on by pushing the
Direct Programme Number Selection button (0-9) or the Programme Number up and
Down button.
2.
Press the programme number Up
" " or down " v " Button to select
the next higher or lower
programme number.
v
3.
3
Programme Number Selection
Direct Programme Number Selection
2
1
1
(0 - 9)
e. g. To select programme
number "1", press the "1"
button.
4.
Two Digit Programme Number Selection
e.g. To select Programme Number "24".
––
Push the
button.
Push the
button.
Push the
button.
Setting range
2–
0 ~ 99
9
24
General Operation
5.
Volume Adjustment
Note :
Push the Volume Up or Down button
to increase or decrease the sound
volume level.
The on screen display will
indicate both numerically and
graphically the volume level.
Numeric levels start at " 0 " for
zero or no sound, and will
increase up to 63 which is the
maximum sound level.
5
+
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–
TV / AV Selection
AV 3
Push the " TV/AV " button to select TV, AV1, AV2 and AV3 input
signal modes sequentially.
6.
TV/AV
7.
Note:
If a clear picture cannot be obtained or even when a AV signal
is received, refer to the “Colour System Selection” operation on
page 19.
Sound Mute Button
Push this button to mute the Sound
completely.
Push the button once again to restore
the previous sound level, and cancel
the mute.
8.
AV 2
AV 1
7
The " Mute " symbol will appear.
( Colour changes to Red )
o
5
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Recall Button
Push the RECALL button to display
the current system status.
Press this button until display is
cancelled.
9.
Off Timer Button
The TV set may be preset to
switch to stand-by after a fixed
period.
By pressing "Off-Timer" button,
you can select the preset time either
30, 60, or 90 minutes.
1
30
1
30
60
0
90
When the off-timer
reaches its last 3
minutes, it starts blinking
before going to stand-by
condition.
AUTO
3
Note :
Setting Off-timer to AUTO mode.If the set is not switched off, when the TV station ends broadcasting, it will automatically
go to the stand-by condition after 5 minutes. This AUTO mode will not operate when the TV receiver is in AV mode.
How to cancel the OFF-timer setting:
1. Set the preset time condition to "0" mode by pressing the Off -timer button.
2. Turning the TV set off.
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General Operation
10.
PICTURE MENU
Picture Menu Operation
By pressing the PICTURE MENU button, you can sequentially select the Picture menus
as shown below:
On-screen
DYNAMIC
STANDARD
SOFT
Function
For watching in brighter environments. This
menu selects a higher than normal level of
contrast.
For watching in normal (evening) environments.
This menu selects normal level of contrast.
For watching in dark environments. This menu
selects reduced level of contrast.
Normal ( N ) Button
11.
By pushing the Normal “N” button on the Remote Control while Picture or Sound Control
Function is displayed, the selected function will be changed to the Normal Mode. Normalization
will not occur if the function is not displayed when the “N” button is pushed. The Normal mode is
the factory preset condition. Returning to this original condition is called “Normalization”.
12.
SOUND MENU
Sound Menu Operation
By pressing the SOUND MENU button, you can sequentially select the Sound menus as
shown below:
On-screen
MUSIC
SPEECH
MOVIE
13.
WAKE UP
Function
For music programme for example.
For News programme for example.
For movie programme for example.
Wake Up Timer Button
99
WAKE UP TIMER
1. Press the " WAKE UP TIMER" button.
OFF
2. Press the position left or right button to select the wake
up timer. (Wake up timer will increase or decrease by
10 minutes when left or right button is pressed.)
Note :
99
Wake up time can be set up to 12 hours.
3. After setting the wake up timer, switch the TV set to
stand-by mode. (LED light will blink ON and OFF
during stand-by mode)
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WAKE UP TIMER
00:10
General Operation
4. When the time Wake Up timer has elapsed in the
set will automatically switch on. (Press any button
to cancel the Wake Up timer on screen
display.)
WAKE UP TIMER
90
Note :
i) After the Wake Up time is set and the TV mode is still not switched off, the Wake Up timer
will continue to count down until the timer is off.
ii) When Wake Up timer switch ON the TV set, the off timer is set to 90 minutes mode
automatically. Press any button to cancel the off-timer. If no button is pressed, the TV set
will switch off automatically after 90 minutes.
5. To cancel the Wake Up timer.
You can choose any of the following:
i) Switch off the main power.
ii) Press the position left or right button, until OFF is reached.
iii) Press the NORMALIZE button when Wake Up timer OSD is displayed.
Rapid Tune Button
14.
Push the button to access previously viewed channel.
PRESENT CHANNEL
BEING VIEWED
15.
SURROUND
LAST VIEWED
CHANNEL
Surround Sound Operation
The benefit of surround sound are enormous. With additional speakers you can be
completely enveloped in sound; just as if you were at a concert hall or cinema.
The surround effect does operate without external surround speakers, but is enhanced
when they are connected. Such near surround speakers should not be sited in direct
proximity to the listeners.
On-screen display during surround mode.
ON-Screen display
MONO SURROUND
MONO
SURROUND OFF
▲
TV mode
Type of broadcast
AV mode
STEREO SURROUND
16.
Select AV mode
MONO SURROUND
SURROUND OFF
Picture AI Mode
▲
The Picture AI continuously detect fine differences in the picture signal, with great
precision, and including the picture brightness, contrast and etc.
The function Automatically adjusts the picture to the best quality for the scene, and
reproduces images that provide a sense of depth.
The Picture AI mode will change as shown:
ON
OFF
▲
P. A I
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Tuning Procedure
Automatic Tune
MAIN MENU
PRE.
TV/AV
–
+
AV 2 IN
S-VIDEO
1,3
1.
VIDEO
1,3
L/MONO
–
R – AUDIO
2
OR
1
2
PRE.
MAIN MENU
2.
Press the "PRE" (PRESET) button,
until "AUTO TUNE" function is
selected.
1 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
Press the "MAIN MENU" and
"Position" buttons, until
"AUTO TUNE" function is selected.
Press the Volume Up " + " button.
5.5MHz
AUTO
Channel Number
Automatic Tune
condition.
OFF
1
8
1
Search start.
AUTO TUNE
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▼
Press the Position Right button.
MAIN MENU
3.
PRE.
MAIN MENU
1 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
Press the " PRE " (PRESET) button
8 times.
After all stations are tuned,
press the "MAIN MENU"
button twice.
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5.5MHz
AUTO
The best tuning position is
automatically memorized.
OFF
1
8
This returns the set to the
normal viewing condition.
Tuning Procedure
Manual Tune
MAIN MENU
PRE.
TV/AV
–
+
AV 2 IN
S-VIDEO
1,4
1.
3
PRE.
VIDEO
L/MONO
1,4
–
R – AUDIO
Press the "PRE" (PRESET) button
twice, setting the Manual Tune mode.
1 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
Press the "MAIN MENU" and
"Position" buttons, until
"MANUAL TUNE" function is selected.
Press either the Channel Up or
Down button.
3.
1
2
MAIN MENU
2.
3
OR
Press the Volume Up " + " or Down
" – " button.
Volume " + " : Next higher Channel
Volume " – " : Next lower Channel
2 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
Channel Number
Manual Tune condition.
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
1
8
5.5MHz
AUTO
Select the desired
Channel Number.
OFF
2
8
2
Search Start.
MANUAL TUNE
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▼
MAIN MENU
4.
PRE.
MAIN MENU
Press the Position Left or Right
button.
Position left : Next lower Channel.
Position right : Next higher Channel.
Press the "PRE" (PRESET)
button 7 times.
2 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
5.5MHz
AUTO
The best tuning position is
automatically memorized.
OFF
2
8
This returns the set to the
normal viewing condition.
Press the "MAIN MENU" button
twice.
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Tuning Procedure
Fine Tune
MAIN MENU
PRE.
TV/AV
–
+
AV 2 IN
S-VIDEO
2,4
3
VIDEO
2,4
L/MONO
–
R – AUDIO
3
OR
2
1
Under normal reception condition, this function is not used. However, in areas of poor reception or constant
interference, a slight adjustment on the fine tuning can improve the picture and sound quality.
1.
2.
Select the channel which you want
to try to improve, using the Channel
Up or Down buttons.
PRE.
Press the " PRE." (PRESET)
buttons 5 times, setting the Preset
Menu to "Fine Tune".
1 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
MAIN MENU
Press the "MAIN MENU" and
"Position" buttons, until
"FINE TUNE" is selected.
3.
Select the desired
Channel Number.
1
Press the Volume Up " + " or Down
" – " button until the clear picture is
received.
Fine Tune condition.
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
1
8
1
Fine Tune Start.
FINE TUNE
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MAIN MENU
4.
PRE.
MAIN MENU
Press the Position Left or Right
button until the clear picture is
received.
▼
1 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
Press the "PRE" (PRESET)
button 4 times.
1
After all stations are tuned,
press the "MAIN MENU"
button twice.
15
5.5MHz
AUTO
The AFC (Automatic Frequency
Control) function is deactivated.
The " " symbol appears to the
left of the Channel Number.
OFF
1
8
This returns the set to the
normal viewing condition.
Tuning Procedure
How to cancel the Fine Tuning
MAIN MENU
PRE.
TV/AV
–
+
AV 2 IN
S-VIDEO
2,4
3
VIDEO
2,4
L/MONO
–
OR
R – AUDIO
3
2
1
Cancelling previously adjusted (manually) fine tuning, means re – activating the AFC (Automatic Frequency Control)
Function, also known as AFT (Automatic Frequency Tuning). Re – activating the Automatic Frequency Tuning means
allowing the set to automatically tune optimum tuning position, for that Channel Number.
1.
2.
Select the "AFC OFF" Channel
Number which you want to return to
Automatic Frequency Control
(Cancel the manual fine tuning).
PRE.
MAIN MENU
3.
Press the " PRE." (PRESET)
buttons twice, setting the Preset
Menu to set to "MANUAL TUNE"
mode.
1 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
Press the "MAIN MENU" and
"Position" buttons, until "MANUAL
TUNE" function is selected.
Press the Volume Up " + " or Down
" – " button briefly.
"AFC OFF" Channel
Numbers are indicated to
you by the " " symbol to
the left of the Channel
Number.
1
Manual Tune condition.
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
1
8
1
The best tuning position is
automatically memorized.
MANUAL TUNE
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MAIN MENU
4.
PRE.
▼
Press the Position Left or Right
button briefly.
Press the "PRE" (PRESET)
button 7 times.
1 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
1
8
1
This returns the set to the
normal viewing condition.
MAIN MENU
Press the "MAIN MENU"
button twice.
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Tuning Procedure
How to Skip Programme Number
MAIN MENU
PRE.
TV/AV
–
AV 2 IN
+
S-VIDEO
1,4
1.
3
PRE.
MAIN MENU
2.
L/MONO
–
R – AUDIO
OR
1
Press the " PRE." (PRESET)
button 6 times, setting the Preset
Menu to "SKIP".
Press the "MAIN MENU" and
"Position" buttons, until the Preset
Menu to "SKIP" .
1 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
2 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
Channel Skip condition.
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
1
8
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
2
8
Press the Volume Up " + " or Down
" – " button.
MAIN MENU
PRE.
MAIN MENU
3
2
Select a Programme Number you
want to skip, by pushing the Channel
number Up or Down buttons.
3.
4.
VIDEO
1,4
Press the Position Left or Right
button.
Press the "PRE" button 3 times.
Press the "MAIN MENU"
button twice.
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2 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
The displayed "OFF"
condition changes to "ON".
5.5MHz
AUTO
ON
2
8
This returns the set to the
normal viewing condition.
Tuning Procedure
How to Cancel the Skip Function
MAIN MENU
PRE.
TV/AV
–
+
1,4
AV 2 IN
3
S-VIDEO
3
1,4
1.
PRE.
VIDEO
L/MONO
–
R – AUDIO
OR
1
2
Press the " PRE." (PRESET)
buttons 6 times, setting the Preset
Menu to "SKIP".
MAIN MENU
1 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
Channel Skip condition.
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
1
8
Press the "MAIN MENU" and
"Position" buttons, until "SKIP"
is selected.
Select the skipped Programme
Number, by pressing the Channel
Number Up or Down buttons.
2.
3.
2 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
5.5MHz
AUTO
ON
2
8
Press the Volume Up " + " or Down
" – " button.
MAIN MENU
Press the Position Left or Right
button.
2 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
The displayed "ON"
condition changes to "OFF".
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
2
8
Repeat step 2 and 3, if you wish
to cancel the Skip function on
any other programme number.
4.
PRE.
MAIN MENU
After the Skip Cancel operation is
completed, press the " PRE " button
3 times.
After the Skip Cancel Operation is
completed, press the " MAIN MENU "
button twice.
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This returns the set to the
normal viewing condition.
Tuning Procedure
Colour System Selection
Use this function if a clear picture with weak colour is obtained when a Broadcast or
AV signal is received.
MAIN MENU
PRE.
TV/AV
–
+
S-VIDEO
1,3
1.
1,3
AV 2 IN
VIDEO
L/MONO
–
2
OR
R – AUDIO
1
2
PRE.
Press the " PRE." (PRESET)
button 4 times.
1 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
Colour System condition.
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
1
8
MAIN MENU
Press the "MAIN MENU" and
"Position" buttons, until
"COLOUR SYS" is selected.
OFF
1
8
▲
PAL
SECAM
▼
AUTO
Press the Position Left or
Right button repeatedly
until the optimum image is
obtained.
▼
▲
PRE.
5.5MHz
AUTO
Press the "PRE" (PRESET)
button 5 times.
▲
NTSC 4.43
▼
NTSC 3.58
▼
3.
The Colour system will change
as shown:
▼
MAIN MENU
1 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
▼
Press the Volume Up
" + " or Down button,
" – " repeatedly until the
optimum image is
produced.
▲
2.
This returns the set to the
normal viewing condition.
This selected Colour System is
automatically memorized.
MAIN MENU
Press the "MAIN MENU"
button twice.
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Tuning Procedure
Sound System Selection
This function is used only in the TV mode, and is not applicable in AV mode.
When the sound is not clear or no sound is produced on a channel.
MAIN MENU
PRE.
TV/AV
–
+
1,3
AV 2 IN
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
L/MONO
–
R – AUDIO
2
OR
1
MAIN MENU
2.
Sound System condition.
Press the " PRE." (PRESET)
button 3 times.
1 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
Press the "MAIN MENU" and
"Position" buttons, until
"SOUND SYS" is selected.
Press the Volume Up
" + " or Down button " – "
repeatedly until the optimum
sound is obtained.
OFF
1
8
The Sound system will change
as shown:
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
1
8
4.5MHz
▲
▲
3.
PRE.
6.5MHz
Press the Position Left or Right
button repeatedly until the
optimum sound is obtained.
Press the "PRE" (PRESET) button
6 times.
▲
6.0MHz
▲
MAIN MENU
5.5MHz
▲
1 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
5.5MHz
AUTO
▲
PRE.
▲
1.
2
▲
1,3
This returns the set to the
normal viewing condition.
This selected Sound System is
automatically memorized.
MAIN MENU
Press the "MAIN MENU"
button twice.
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Tuning Procedure
Pos. Change
This feature will enable the user to swap (Exchange) channel memory of 2 selected
channels. The position change function allows one to shift from the present channel
to any programme number without any tuning process.
1.
PRE.
Press the "MAIN MENU" and
"Position" buttons, until
"POS. CHANGE" is selected.
1 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
MAIN MENU
2.
Select a Programme number you
want to change by pushing either
Channel UP or DOWN button, two
digit programme selection or Direct
Programme number selection on the
remote control.
(Position change will only exist in
preset mode).
1 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
1
8
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
12
8
1
3.
TV/AV
MAIN MENU
Press the "TV/AV" button to confirm.
Press the "MAIN MENU"
button twice.
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12 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
Note:
Position change also can
operated using panel key.
Use PRESET key to enter
POSITION CHANGE,
then, use volume up/down
to change the channel to
be swapped to. Use TV/AV
to confirm.
This returns the set to the
normal viewing condition.
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
12
8
Advanced Remote Control Transmitter Operation
Picture Menu Operation
1
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
SOUND
MAIN MENU
DYNAMIC
32 COLOUR
32 NTSC-TINT
32 BRIGHT
63 CONTRAST
32 SHARPNESS
STD COLOUR TEMP
Picture Menu
Push
Item
COLOUR
Select
Effect
Less
More
NTSC-TINT
32
COLOUR
–––––––––––––––
32
NTSC-TINT
–––––––––––––––
Greenish Reddish
Select
BRIGHT
Select
CONTRAST
Select
SHARPNESS
Select
Select
Indicator
COLOUR TEMP.
32
Darker Brighter
BRIGHT
–––––––––––––––
63
CONTRAST
32
SHARPNESS
– – –– – – – –– – – –
Less
More
Less
More
–––––––––––––––
STD
COOL
COLOUR TEMP.
WARM
Helpful Hint
1. By pushing the normal “N” button on the Remote Control while the Picture menu is displayed, the setting of the
selected function will be return to factory setting level.
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Advanced Remote Control Transmitter Operation
Sound Menu Operation
1
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
SOUND
MAIN MENU
Sound Menu
Push
SPEECH
32 BASS
32 TREBLE
32 BALANCE
OFF BASS BOOST
OFF LOUDNESS
OFF AVL
Item
Select
Select
Select
Select
Indicator
BASS
Less
More
–––––––––––––––
TREBLE
Less
More
–––––––––––––––
Select
Select
Effect
BALANCE
BASS BOOST
LOUDNESS
AVL
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BASS
45
TREBLE
32
Left SP. Right SP.
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
BALANCE
–––––––––––––––
BASS BOOST
LOUDNESS
AVL
AVL (Auto Volume Limiter)
The AVL function will limit the volume output for music, speech and movie at preset level when it is on.
The AVL is not available in AV mode.
Helpful Hint
1. By pushing the normal “N” button on the Remote Control while the Sound menu is displayed, the setting of the selected
function will be return to factory setting level.
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Advanced Remote Control Transmitter Operation
Features Menu Operation
1
PICTURE AI mode
The picture AI continuously detects fine differences in
the picture signal, which great precision, and including
the picture brightness, contrast and etc.
The function Automatically adjusts the picture to the
best quality for the scene, and reproduces images that
provides a sense of depth. The picture AI mode will
change as shown.
ON
OFF
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
MAIN MENU
BLUE BACK Mode.
FEATURES
When no picture signal is received, or the signal is
weak, the screen reverts to a blue background colour
and the sound is muted.
Disable this features to continue watching very weak
signals.
Blue background
colour if no input
picture signal or input
signal is weak.
PICTURE AI
ON
BLUE BACK
ON
CH COLOUR SET STD
CHILD LOCK
OFF
VCR/GAME
OFF
Note :
If BLUE BACK Mode is set on while a VCR signal is
being viewed, selecting CUE or REVIEW may cause
the screen to revert to the blue background colour.
Disable this feature to view correctly.
CH (Channel) COLOUR SET mode.
PICTURE AI
ON
BLUE BACK
ON
CH COLOUR SET STD
CHILD LOCK
OFF
VCR/GAME
OFF
Colour density varying between broadcast channels
can be adjusted to three levels for each reception
channel as follows :
STD
HIGH
LOW
CHILD LOCK mode.
To child lock any channel, press the position left or
right button.
1) When channel is "LOCK", sound is muted and
screen becomes blue colour.
2) If any of the channels is CHILD LOCK, then preset
key at any panel will not work. If preset key (Panel)
is pressed, message "CHILD LOCK ON" will
appear.
3) Main power ON in child locked channel will display
"CHILD LOCK ON" on screen to remind user that
the Child lock is On and is in Child locked channel.
4) Each channel has its own memory for channels to
be child locked.
PICTURE AI
ON
BLUE BACK
ON
CH COLOUR SET STD
CHILD LOCK
OFF
VCR/GAME
OFF
PICTURE AI
ON
BLUE BACK
ON
CH COLOUR SET STD
CHILD LOCK
OFF
VCR/GAME
OFF
VCR/Game mode.
Reproduction of irregular signals, such as TV games
and rental video tapes, may be improved.
The VCR/GAME mode will change as shown.
PICTURE AI
ON
BLUE BACK
ON
CH COLOUR SET STD
CHILD LOCK
OFF
VCR/GAME
OFF
ON
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OFF
Advanced Remote Control Transmitter Operation
Language Menu Operation
Language Menu
Press the "Position Up or Down" button. The on-screen language display will change as follows :
1
MAIN MENU
PICTURE
25
Advanced Remote Control Transmitter Operation
Preset Menu Operation
Geomagnetism Correction
Since a large picture tube has been used, blurring of colours and strange discolouration patches may
occur depending on the direction the television faces. This is caused by a geomagnetic effect.
For optimum viewing, it is necessary to adjust the TV placement.
1.
The Power should be off when determining the
installation location and direction.
At this time please verify what direction the TV screen
is to face (direction indicated by the arrow).
PRE.
TV/AV
–
+
AV 2 IN
S-VIDEO
2.
VIDEO
L/MONO – R – AUDIO
Press the "Main Power Switch"
3.
MAIN MENU
"Main Menu" condition.
Press the "MAIN MENU" button.
PICTURE
4.
5.
MAIN MENU
MAIN MENU
Select the Preset Menu by using
the Position Left or Right button.
Select the Geomagnetic Mode by
using the “Position” button.
1)
6.
MAIN MENU
2)
If TV uses Manual
Geomagnetic correction:
Press the Position Left or Right
button to adjust the Geomagnetic
level so that the colour patches
in the four corners of the screen
do not appear.
PRESET
88 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
88 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
88
2
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
88
2
If TV uses Auto Geomagnetic correction:
Align “Auto” to the “1” position in the center using the
position Left “<” or Right “>” buttons. If discolouration
remains even after AUTO correction, press the position
Left “<” or Right “>” button to adjust the placement so that
the coloured patches in the four corners of the screen
disappear.
88 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
88 PRESET
AUTO TUNE
MANUAL TUNE
SOUND SYS
COLOUR SYS
FINE TUNE
SKIP
POS. CHANGE
GEOMAGNETIC
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
88
7
5.5MHz
AUTO
OFF
88
AUTO
Helpful Hint
(1) If Geomagnetic changes still cause colour patches on the screen even after the TV is installed, turn the power off
and turn back on again after about 30 minutes.
(2) Adjustment for geomagnetic should be performed every time the location of the TV is changed.
(3) In some cases colour patches will not be completely eliminated even after adjustment, particularly in ferro-concrete
building and other structures susceptible to geomagnetic. In these cases adjust by changing the installation location.
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Operation of the VCR / LD / DVD
Manufacturer Setting
Remote Control Operation is possible for the VCR’s, LD’s and DVD’s of
the various manufacturers.
After completion of setting, execute the various operations after
pushing the VCR or the LD/DVD button.
1.
Press the button of the unit to be set (VCR or
LD/DVD).
VCR
Panasonic
LD ⁄ DVD
R-TUNE
2
TV/AV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2.
+
1
–
0
0
While pressing the VCR/LD/DVD Power
button, press the manufacturer code setting
(enter the two digit code), and press the VCR/
LD/DVD Stop button.
VCR
VCR ⁄ LD ⁄ DVD
Manufacturer
Panasonic/
National
AIWA
FUJITSU
HITACHI
JVC
MITSUBISHI
2
1
VCR
LD ⁄ DVD
2
1
DISC SIDE
A
B
MAIN MENU
SKIP
N
PICTURE MENU
SOUND MENU
P. A I
SURROUND
Code
Manufacturer
NEC
10, 11, 12, 13
ORION
15, 16
PHILIPS
20
SANYO
25, 26, 27
SHARP
30, 31, 32
SONY
35. 36
TOSHIBA
Code
40, 41, 42, 43
45, 46
50
55, 56, 57, 58
60, 61
65, 66, 67
70, 71
SKIP
LD
WAKE UP
Manufacturer
Panasonic
KENWOOD
PHILIPS
PIONEER
Code
Manufacturer
10, 11, 12, 13 SAMSUNG
15, 16
SHARP
20
SONY
25
Code
30
35
40, 41, 42, 43
DVD
Manufacturer
Code
70
Panasonic
Note:
After setting, execute operation confirmation.
If there is no operation, set a different code.
Helpful Hint
(1) The respective VCR/LD/DVD manufacturer code is cancelled when
battery has been exchanged. Please set is again.
(2) Depending on the model, operation of VCR’s, LD’s or DVD’s of
the manufacturers listed above may not be possible.
(3) In some cases, new products may not be operative.
(4) It will not operate with other than the above manufactures.
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Operation of the VCR / LD / DVD
Execute the various operations after pushing the VCR or LD/DVD button.
Function
Button
VCR
Panasonic
R-TUNE
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Rew (Rewind)/
Review Button
Rew (Rewind)/
Review Button
2
VCR Power
LD/DVD Power Button
3
Stop Button
Stop Button
4
Still Advance Button
DISC SIDE A
Selection Button
5
Play Button
Play Button
6
FF (Fast Forward)/
Cue Button
FF (Fast Forward)/
Cue Button
7
Rec (Record) Button
DISC SIDE B
Selection Button
8
Pause/Still Button
Pause/Still Button
Programme Number Up
and Down
Buttons for VCR
Programme Skip
Button
+
0
2
3
4
1
TV/AV
1
1
5
VCR ⁄ LD ⁄ DVD
A
6
VCR
LD ⁄ DVD
LD/DVD
DISC SIDE
A
B
7
MAIN MENU
SKIP
N
PICTURE MENU
SOUND MENU
P. A I
SURROUND
SKIP
WAKE UP
8
9
B
SKIP
9
SKIP
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Troubleshooting
Before calling for service, determine the symptoms and make a few simple checks as shown below.
Symptoms
Picture
Checks
Sound
Aerial Location, direction
Connection
Snowy Picture
Noisy Sound
Aerial Location, direction
Connection
Multiple Image
Normal Sound
Electrical Appliances
Cars / Motorcycles
Interference
Noisy Sound
Fluorescent Lamps
Volume
(Check whether the mute function has
been activated on the Remote Control.)
Normal Picture
No Sound
Not plugged into AC outlet
Not switched on
Contrast and Brightness / Volume Setting
No Picture
No Sound
(Check by pushing the Power Switch or
Stand-by Button on the Remote Control.)
Colour Control
No Colour
Normal Sound
Re-tune Channels
Scrambled
Weak Sound
Magnetic interference from unshielded
equipment.
Colour Patches
Normal Sound
Receiver moved while "ON"
Sound System
Colour System
No Colour
Noisy Sound
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Specifications
Power Source : AC AUTO 110/240V, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption : 180 W
Receiving System :17 SYSTEMS
FUNCTION
SYSTEMS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
PAL B,G,H
PAL I
PAL D,K
SECAM B,G
SECAM D. K.
SECAM K1
NTSC M
(NTSC 3.58 / 4.5MHz)
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
NTSC 4.43 / 5.5MHz
NTSC 4.43 / 6.0MHz
NTSC 4.43 / 6.5MHz
NTSC 3.58 / 5.5MHz
NTSC 3.58 / 6.0MHz
NTSC 3.58 / 6.5MHz
SECAM I
15.
16.
17.
PAL 60Hz / 5.5MHz
PAL 60Hz / 6.0MHz
PAL 60Hz / 6.5MHz
Reception of broadcast
transmissions and playback
from video cassette tape
recorders.
Playback from special VCR only.
Playback from special Disc
player and VCR only.
Receiving Channels :
VHF BAND
2 – 12
0 – 12
1–9
1 – 12
1 – 12
2 – 13
UHF BAND
PAL / SECAM B,K1
PAL B (AUST.)
PAL B (N.Z.)
PAL / SECAM D
NTSC M (JAPAN)
NTSC M (U.S.A.)
21 – 69
28 – 69
13 – 57
13 – 62
14 – 69
CATV
PAL G,H,I / SECAM G,K,K1
PAL B (AUST.)
PAL D,K
NTSC M (JAPAN)
NTSC M (U.S.A.)
S1 – S20 (OSCAR)
1 – 125 (USA CATV)
C13 – C49 (JAPAN)
S21 - S41 (HYPER)
Z1 - Z37 (CHINA)
5A, 9A (AUST.)
Tuning System : Frequency synthesizer Auto search tuning: 100 position.
Picture Tube : 68 cm, measured diagonally, 104° deflection.
Audio Output : 8 W X 2 (Speaker)
: 14 W (Woofer)
Aerial Impedance : 75 Ω Unbalanced coaxial.
AV 1,2,3
Video/audio terminal : DVD
Monitor Out
S-Video In
Y:1 Vp-p, 75 Ω
C: 0.3 Vp-p, 75 Ω
Y
PB
PR
1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω
0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω
0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω
Video In
Audio In
1 Vp-p, 75 Ω
Approx. 0.4V, 47 kΩ
Video Out
Audio Out
1 Vp-p, 75 Ω
Approx. 0.4V, 1 kΩ
Remote Control Transmitter : EUR 511031
Battery : R6 (AA) X 2
Dimension (W X D X H) : 688 x 492 x 582 mm
Weight (Net) : 49 Kg
Note :
Design and Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Customer’s Record
The model number and serial number of this product can be found on its cover. You should note this serial number
in the space provided below and retain this book plus your purchase receipt as a permanent record of your
purchase to aid in identification in the event of theft or loss, and for Warranty Service purposes.
Model Number
Serial Number
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd
Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 530-8692, Japan
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