APLDVD2621W-HDID MSD106 Quick Start Guide GETTING STARTED 1. 2. 3. Please read the safety section (page 2) in the main instructions before proceeding further. This section contains vital information to ensure safe positioning and use of the TV Unpack the TV and place on a flat level surface suitable to support the weight of the TV (11 kg approx.). This will require two persons to lift the TV safely. Connect the aerial into the TV Tuner connector at the left side of the TV (Fig 2). Fig.2 Fig 1 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Connect the mains power lead to the mains socket at the rear left side of the TV. Plug in and switch on at the mains. The LED indicator on the TV will illuminate Fig.3 and show red (Fig 1). Open the battery compartment cover (Fig 3) on the reverse of the remote control. Insert 2 x AAA 1.5V alkaline batteries in accordance with the diagram in the battery compartment. Take care to observe the correct polarity (+/-). Refit the battery compartment cover Press the POWER button (Fig 4) to turn the TV set on. The LED indicator will turn green and after a few seconds, the screen will activate and the first time Fig.4 installation menu (Fig. 5) will appear. Use the cursor ▼/▲ buttons on the remote control to move up and down the display to highlight desired options. The default language is “English” if you want another language select that language using the ►/◄ buttons and press OK. Select AUTOTUNING and press OK. Fig 6 will be displayed, using the ▲/▼ buttons select to country of use (UK is default). Select START and press OK, the TV will now search the entire UHF range for both digital and Analog TV stations. See Fig 7. When search is complete the TV will display the first channel (BBC1) Fig.5 in DVBt mode. WATCHING TV (basic operation) 10. To select a channel either enter the number of the channel using the number buttons on the remote control or scroll through the channels using the channel CH+/- buttons. 11. To view analogue TV channels press the SOURCE button to display the source menu. Using the cursor ▲ / ▼ buttons highlight TV on the menu and press OK to Fig.6 select. To view digital TV channels select DTV on this same menu. 12. To check the list of channels stored, press the CH.LIST button to display the channel list and use the cursor ▲ / ▼ buttons to move up and down the display. To select a channel, highlight the channel on the list and press OK to confirm. 13. Adjust the volume to the desired level using the volume or cursor ◄ / ►buttons. The sound can be silenced by pressing the MUTE button on the remote control and a mute symbol will appear on the screen. Press the MUTE button a second time to restore the sound. 14. To switch off the TV for short periods, press the POWER button. The TV will go into standby mode and the LED indicator will change to red. If not using the TV for extended periods turn off at the mains switch to conserve electricity, all Fig.7 settings will be retained. DVD Operation 15. To select DVD operation press the SOURCE button to display the source menu. Using the cursor ▲ / ▼ buttons highlight DVD on the menu and press OK to confirm. 16 Place a DVD or CD-R disc into the slot on the right side of the Tv. (Fig 8). The disc must have the Label side facing you and the Mirror side facing away. Do not handle the disc surface . Push the disc in gently and it will load automatically. Label Side Fig.8 17 The disc will now start to be “Read” and then, depending upon the type of disc, will play or display the disc menu or disc contents. Select the item you wish to view, using the navigation buttons on the remote control and press “OK”. 18. To manually control DVD play you can use the control buttons located on the side panel (Fig 9). Fig.9 1. Press to play and pause disc. If paused press to restart playing. 2. Press to insert or eject disc from player. 3. Press to select previous track or chapter. 4. Press to select next track or chapter. 5. Press to fast forward play. 6. Press stop. 19. to stop disc playing. Press once to “pre stop” press again to fully When you wish to remove a disc, press STOP and then EJECT. Do not grip the disc to pull it out of the player, wait until the disc stops moving before gripping the disc outer and removing carefully. See page 21 in the main manual for correct handling of discs Flat Screen Although the Flat screen is made with high precision technology and 99.9% or more of the pixels are effective, dots may appear. These can be black or bright dots (red, green or blue) and may appear constantly on the Flat screen. This is a structural property of the Flat panel and is not a malfunction. For advanced operation of this TV and DVD player please consult the Instruction Manual. Should you have difficulty in operating this unit, please consult the Trouble Shooting Guide in the Instruction Manual. If you suspect a fault, please contact the Customer Help Line, details of which can be found in the Instruction Manual.