Akura APLLCD2203DVD 22" LCD/DVD Combi Instruction Manual

Akura APLLCD2203DVD 22" LCD/DVD Combi Instruction Manual

LCD2203DVD

22” Digital LCD TV

with DVD and HDMI

Contents

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Safety Information………………………………………………………….2

Safety Instructions………………………………………………...……… 3 Accessories…………………………………………………………………4 User Controls……………………………………………………………….5

Remote Control…………………………………………………………….6

Connections………………………………….……………………………..8

Menu Operation……………………………………………………………10 Teletext………………………………………………………………….…..14

DVD Operation…………………………………………………….……….14

DVD Setup menu’s………………………………………………….……..15

Trouble Shooting Guide………………………………………………..…17 Disc Care…………………………………………………………..………..18

Wall mounting………………………………………………………………18 Specifications……………………………………………………………….19

1. Safety Information 2

2. Safety Instructions

CAUTION. PLEASE READ AND OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN IN THIS USER MANUAL AND MARKED ON THE APPLIANCE. RETAIN THIS BOOKLET FOR FUTURE USE.

This set has been designed and manufactured to assure your personal safety. Improper use can result in Electric shock or Fire hazard. The safeguards in this appliance will protect you if you observe the correct procedures for installation, servicing and operation. There are NO user parts inside. DO NOT REMOVE THE CASE OR OTHER COVERS OR YOU MAY BE EXPOSED TO DANGEROUS VOLTAGES OR LASER RADIATION AND WILL INVALIDATE YOUR WARRANTY. REFER ALL SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

Unpacking and Handling

. Open the carton carefully and remove the polyfoam packing. Carefully lift the TV and place onto a firm stable surface. Lift off the Poly bag and retain all packaging for future use. Keep all packaging away from small children and animals.

Placing TV

. The TV should be placed on a firm table or shelf. If placing in a cabinet ensure there is sufficient spacing for air flow and access for the DVD player opening .

.

Ventilation and Heat Sources

. Do not place material over the ventilation slots, this will cause the TV to overheat and fail. Do not place the TV in direct sunlight or near heat sources such as radiators or fires.

Connections

. When connecting the TV to external sources and the mains supply, do not place wires that can be tripped over. Do not trap or place heavy objects on the mains lead or adaptor.

Moisture.

damp places. Do not allow water or other fluids to enter the TV.

with wet hands. Should moisture enter the TV, disconnect from the supply and call the customer help line.

Do not place the TV in wet or damp conditions, such as steamy kitchens, basements or other Do not touch the Mains plug or adaptor

Cleaning.

Disconnect the TV from the mains supply. Use a soft dry cloth, for stubborn stains use a soft moist cloth with a dilute mild detergent.. Do NOT use petrol based fluids or abrasive materials.

LCD Screen.

Do not hit or cause impact to the LCD screen. The screen consists of many individual pixels and is easily damaged. Bright or dark dots may occur and are not covered by warranty.

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3. Accessories

Please check the contents of the TV before you continue. If any item is missing please contact your point of purchase.

User Manual Remote Control 4 AC/DC Adaptor Mains lead

4. User Controls.

Top View 1. Vol –

Reduces Volume level.

being adjusted.

In menu mode will shift the selection to the left, or decreases level

2. Vol +

Increases Volume level. In menu mode, will shift the selection to the right, or increase level being adjusted.

3. CH -

Reduces channel selection by 1 with each press. In menu mode downwards.

will shift the selection

4. CH +

upwards.

Increases channel selection by 1 with each press. In menu mode will shift the selection

5. Menu

. Selects the MENU function. If in a sub menu, will revert to previous level of menu.

6. Input.

Selects the different input sources, each press will select another input source.

7. Power

. Switches TV On from standby. Also returns TV to standby.

Side view DVD Controls 1.

Press to insert or eject disc from player.

2

. Press to play and pause disc. If paused press to restart playing.

3.

Press to select next track or chapter.

4.

Press to select previous track or chapter.

5.

Press to stop disc playing. Press once to “pre stop” press again to fully stop.

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5. Remote Control.

1. STANDBY

. Switches TV to Standby and Operation.

3. P MODE

. Selects picture modes.

5. S MODE

. Selects sound modes.

7. 0-9.

Numeric buttons for direct cannel selection or track/chapter numbers.

9. SOURCE

. Selects various input modes.

11. UP.

Navigation button

13. OK

. Confirmation button.

15. LEFT

. Navigation button.

17. VOL -.

Volume down button.

19. VOL +.

Volume up button.

21. LCD MENU

. Enters Setup menus.

23. DVD Menu.

Selects DVD on disc menu.

25. TXT.

Selects Teletext.

27. ANGLE/INDEX

. Selects viewing angle on DVD. Selects Text index.

29. EJECT

. Ejects disc.

31. PLAY

. Play/Pause disc.

33. FAST REWIND/RED

mode button.

. Fast rewinds DVD playing. Red fast text

35. FAST FORWARD/GREEN

text mode. . Fast forwards DVD playing. Green fast

37. STOP

. Stops playing DVD discs.

.

39. PREV/YELLOW

. Prev selects previous track or chapter in DVD mode. Yellow fast text mode.

2. MUTE

. Press to mute sound, press again to restore sound.

4. INFO

. Displays information of disc contents, time playing etc .

6. SLEEP

. Sets sleep timer, sets from 3 hrs to 10 minutes.

8. ZOOM

. Selects picture sizes and aspect ratios.

10. FREEZE

. Freezes picture. Press again to restore normal viewing.

12. REVEAL.

Reveals hidden answers in quizes and games

14. MIX.

Allows text to be viewed with TV picture.

16. HOLD.

selected Freezes teletex page

18. RECALL

. Recalls previous channel viewed.

20. RIGHT

. Navigation button.

22. DOWN

. Navigation button.

24. CH+.

Channel UP select.

26. CH-.

Channel DOWN select.

28. DVD SETUP/EXIT

. Sets parameters of DVD settings. Exits setup menus.

30. AUDIO

. Switches between Nicam and Mono in Analog TV mode. Selects DVD Soundtrack language

32.SUBPAGE.

Subpage selects subpage numbers in text mode

34. SIZE.

Changes Text size in text mode.

36. A-B.

A-B selects the points of repeat in DVD mode..

38. NEXT/BLUE

text mode.

. Next selects next chapter or track in DVD mode. Blue fast

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5. Remote Control.

1.

2.

3.

Open the battery cover Fit two “AAA” and – to -.

batteries (Not supplied). Ensure the battery polarities are correct i.e

Replace the battery cover + to +

To prevent injury, do NOT break open or throw exhausted batteries in a fire. Do not place in the domestic waste, consult your local waste disposal company.

Do not mix batteries, old and new, Carbon or Alkaline.

Do not use re chargeable batteries.

Remove batteries if not using the remote control for long periods to prevent leakage.

If the batteries do leak, clean the compartment with soapy water and scrape any residue from the contacts. To NOT touch or ingest battery residue.

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6. Connections.

Check drawing and Text locations some have changed

IMPORTANT. When making connections ensure the TV is disconnected from the DC supply input, and that the appliance being connected is also disconnected from the mains supply.

TV TUNER

. RF input from TV aerial or cable source.( 1 m/V @ 75 Ω ) typical.

AUDIO L/R.

Low level audio inputs used in conjunction with CVBS input.

CVBS

. Low quality video input (1vPP 75 Ω )

S-VIDEO.

Suitable for camcorder input.

SCART.

Audio /Video input and output. (General quality).

PC AUDIO

. Stereo audio input from PC (Used in conjunction with VGA input).

VGA. HDMI.

PC input (RGB).

Input from HDMI source (High Definition).

DC INPUT

. +12V DC 3.5A max.

*** NOTE HEADPHONE TEXT REMOVED ******

Typical connections CVBS Input

Disconnect TV from mains adaptor. Connect CVBS and Audio L/R (if required).

Apply power to TV and source.

Use

SOURCE

button to select AV

HDMI Input

Disconnect TV from mains adaptor.

Connect HDMI input.

Apply power to both TV and source.

Use

SOURCE

button to select HDMI.

Mains Adaptor.

Do not connect mains supply until the adaptor is connected to the TV.

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6. Connections.

S-VIDEO.

Disconnect TV from mains adaptor.

Connect S-VIDEO lead and Audio L/R leads to TV and appliance.

Connect adaptor to TV and power to appliance.

Use

SOURCE

to select S-VIDEO.

Antenna or cable PC connections.

Disconnect TV from mains adaptor.

Connect VGA (15 pin) plug to TV and PC.

Connect stereo audio lead.

Connect supply to TV and PC.

Use

SOURCE

button to select VGA.

SCART.

Disconnect TV from mains adaptor.

Connect scart lead to TV and appliance.

Connect adaptor to TV and power to appliance.

Use

SOURCE

to select SCART.

In some circumstances the TV will automatically select scart when the appliance is used.

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7. Menu Operation.

Connect the TV/DVD to the Mains adaptor and suitable aerial. It is advisable not to connect other apparatus until you have established that the TV is working correctly. Indoor aerials (set top) may not be suitable for some of the received stations. Turn on the power and a Red led will be displayed in the lower right corner.

Press either the Standby button on the remote control or the Power button on the TV. The led will now turn Green and the screen will light up after approx 5 seconds.

At this stage no stations will be stored.

Fig 1 Basic Tuning

The TV will display a message as in Fig 1. If TV is not selected, use the “SOURCE” button to display the SOURCE menu (Fig 2). Use the ▲ / ▼ buttons to select TV and press OK. The message (Fig 1) will still be shown.

Press the LCD MENU button on the remote control. The GENERAL MENU (Fig 3) will be displayed.

Use the ► / ◄ buttons to select TV KANAAL (Fig 3).

Use the ▼ button to select “AUTO SCAN” and press OK.

The TV will now start to search for all the stations in your area “Fig 4”. This could take a few minutes. When complete the TV will display the first received station.

If you need to stop the search, press the LCD MENU button. No stations will be stored and any stations in the memory will be deleted.

The received stations may not be in the required order, to set the stations into your required order please see page 13

Fig 3 Fig 2 Fig 4 10

7. Menu Operation cont...

OSD Menu.

Press the LCD MENU button to display the main menu, Fig 5 will be displayed.

To select the other menu’s press the ► button and the menu’s will be selected in the sequence : Picture, Sound, Advance, System, TV Channel.

To enter each menu press the ▼ button.

Picture Menu. (Fig 5).

To change the picture settings use the ▲ / ▼ then use the ◄ / ► buttons to select the feature and buttons to change the levels.

Picture Mode

. Select from Personal, Dynamic, Standard and Soft modes.

Personal is an adjustable location to set the picture settings to your choice. Dynamic is set as a vibrant picture.

Standard is set as the average picture setting.

Soft is set as a easy viewing setting.

Contrast.

Adjusts the ratio of dark to light.

Brightness.

Adjusts the overall picture brightness.

Hue.

Only available when using NTSC sourced material from the AV inputs

Saturation.

Adjusts the colour saturation (colour depth).

Sharpness

. Adjusts the clarity of the picture. If the signal is noisy then this setting should be reduced to mask the noise.

Colour Temperature

. Adjusts the colour hardness, select between Normal, Warm, Cold.

Picture Size.

Allows selection of screen sizes, this is the same function as ZOOM on the remote control.

Sound. (Fig 6) Sound Mode.

Select from : Standard, News, Music and Personal.

Standard

. Used for general viewing.

News.

Selected for speech.

Music

. Selected for Music.

Personal

. Adjust for your personal listening.

Treble

. Adjusts higher register frequencies.

Bass.

Adjusts lower register frequencies.

Balance

. Adjusts the level of the left and right speaker.

ADVANCED settings (BEVORDEREN) (Fig 7).

NR (Noise Reduction).

If the signal is a bit weak noise will be seen in the picture. To reduce the noise you may select from Weak (Zwak), Middle (Midden), Strong (Sterk) or Off (Uit).

The picture clarity will be affected as the setting is increased.

TTX Language (TTX TAAL

). Five selections are available, Western, East (GEMAK), Russian (Russisch),Arabic (Arabisch), Farsi.

11 Fig 5 Fig 6 Fig 7

7. Menu Operation cont...

AUTO FORMAT

. This is used in SCART mode to select the Screen Format automatically. Select Off ( UIT) or On (AAN).

SCART INPUT

. Selects the input option. Select from CVBS or Y/C.

SYSTEM (SYSTEEM) (Fig 8).

OSD LANGUAGE (OSD TAAL)

There are 5 languages available, Dutch (default), English, German, Francais, Espanol.

OSD HALFTONE (TUSSENTINT

). The OSD level may be set by the user, the levels are from Opaque to Solid.

SLEEP TIMER (SLAPPEN).

A sleep timer may be set from OFF to 120 minutes, (0 – 15, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120). When the timer “times out” the TV will revert to Standby.

DEFAULT. (HERSTEL

). To set the “Analog” “HERSTEL” and press OK. ( note: settings to factory default, select Tuning memory will not be changed).

TV CHANNEL (TV KANAAL) (Fig 9).

AUTO SCAN.

After initial installation it may be necessary to re install all the stations. Select Auto Scan and press OK. The TV will now tune the entire TV spectrum (see Fig 4).

When tuning is complete the TV will display the first channel .All received channels will be stored. Some stations may not be in the correct location. To move these to the correct location see page 13 (MOVE).

All stations will be displayed as a “Frequency”. (Fig 10) You will need to change these names to the correct station name, see page 13 (NAME).

Manual Tuning. (Fig11).

It may be necessary to add a channel for a TV game or similar without fully retuning the TV.

If you are adding a TV game to be used on the aerial, unplug the TV aerial and insert the game. Ensure the game is turned on.

Using the SOURCE button select TV.

Enter the LCD Menu and select “TV KANNAL” Select “KANAAL” and use the ► / ◄ buttons to select an un used location.

Select “HANDMATIG ZOEKEN” and press the ► button. Fig 10 will now be displayed. Press the ► or ◄ buttons to search “Up” and “Down” the spectrum for the signal required. When the signal is found and is satisfactory the TV will automatically store the location.

Fig 11 Fig 8 Fig 9 Fig 10 12

7. Menu Operation cont...

Moving Channel locations.

Select “CHANNEL LABEL” and press ► . A list of received channels will be displayed (see Fig 10). It will be useful to have a current TV Programme Guide to hand.

Use the ▲ / ▼ buttons to select the first station to be moved, this is noted by a White “Cursor” box, the station selected will also be displayed on the TV screen. Fig 12a.

Press the “YELLOW” button. The highlight box will now turn RED.”Fig 12b”. Use the ▲ / ▼ buttons to move it to the correct position. Press the RED button again. The station will now be in the new location and the cursor returns to White. The station that was in the “New Location” will move to the “Old Location”. Continue with each station until they are in the required locations. To exit press LCD MENU.

Renaming Channels.

To rename any channel, select “CHANNEL LABEL ” select the channel to be renamed using the ▲ / ▼ and press ► button, cursor buttons. Press the RED button. The first letter changes colour to RED. Using the ► / ◄ changed, using the ▲ / ▼ buttons, select the letter or digit to be buttons change the letter or digit to the required one, press “RED” end that “Naming”. When the renaming is complete, press LCD MENU to exit.

to

Delete.

After Naming and Moving stations you may wish to “Delete” Select “CHANNEL LABEL” and press ► unwanted channels. button. You will see the Channel list as in See Fig 10. Use the ▲ / ▼ buttons to select the station that needs deleting. Press the “GREEN” button. That station will now be deleted permanently, until you perform a “Manual Tuning” “Auto Search”. or

Fig 12a Fig 12b Skip .

You may wish to “Skip” cursor buttons ► / ◄ certain channels when using the CH+/CH buttons. Select “Channel”, Use the to select the channel number you wish to Skip. Use the ▼ button to move down to “SKIP”, use the ► / ◄ buttons to select “On or Off”. To “Skip” another channel use the ▲ button to reselect “Channel” repeat the operation. When a channel has been selected to Skip, you still may select that channel with the numeric buttons. and

PC MODE.

The TV has a PC (VGA) input option with stereo sound input. See page 9 for a typical connection.

To select PC mode use the “SOURCE” button and select VGA.

When connected to your PC for the first time the TV will “Auto Adjust” to the PC. You should have the display as you would with a normal CRT monitor. If you see the “GEEN SIGNAAL” message (Fig 1), your PC display settings may be not suitable for your LCD TV. Re connect your PC to another monitor and enter the “Screen setting” the screen resolution to 800 x 600. Reconnect the LCD TV and you should now see the PC display.

You may then change the screen resolution on your PC to a more suitable setting.

Mode and set

SETTINGS

The settings are different for PC Mode.

Fig 13 PICTURE ( BEELD). (Fig 13).

Contrast. (Contrast)

Adjusts the ratio of dark to light.

Brightness. (Helderheid)

Adjusts the overall picture brightness.

Colour Setting. (Kleur Modus).

There are 5 settings available, NORMAAL, WARM, KOEL, S RGB and GEBRUIKER.

Personal (Gebruiker).

In this mode you may set the R G and G settings individually to your choice.

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Fig 14 7. Menu Operation. Cont… SOUND (GELUID). (Fig 14) Sound Mode.

Select from : Standard, News, Music and Personal.

Standard

. Used for general viewing.

News.

Selected for speech.

Music

. Selected for Music.

Personal

. Adjust for your personal listening.

Treble

. Adjusts higher register frequencies.

Bass.

Adjusts lower register frequencies.

Balance

. Adjusts the level of the left and right speaker

GEOMETRY (GEOMETRIE). (Fig 15) H-Position

. (H Postie) Adjusts the picture horizontally.

V-Position

.( V Postie) Adjusts the picture vertically.

Clock

. (Klok). Adjusts the LCD screen timing to the PC.

Phase. (Stadium)

Adjusts the clock phase to minimise picture jitter.

Auto Adjust

.(Auto Aanpassen) Adjusts the PC to the TV automatically. When selected the picture may “jitter” and jump for a few seconds until the adjustments are optimised.

SYSTEM (SYSTEEM). (Fig 16).

The settings are the same as for TV and will not be repeated here. See page 12.

AV MODES.

All AV modes including DVD have very similar setting menu’s.

The only major difference between AV modes and TV mode is that the TUNING menu is not available.

Fig 15 Fig 16 8. Teletext.

Teletext is an information system broadcast by certain programme providers. It can provide Subtitles for viewers hard of hearing. Weather, Travel information, games and many other services.

Below is a description of the buttons associated with Teletext.

TEXT.

Press to select Teletext, press again to exit.

MIX INDEX.

Press to access the index page directly.

SIZE.

Press to mix the video information to the text page. Press again to turn off.

Press to increase the text size in the top half of the page, press again to increase the text size in the lower half of the page, press again to return to normal text size.

REVEAL.

Press to reveal hidden answers in quizzes or puzzles.

SUBPAGE

. Some text pages may contain several sub pages. To access these press this button and then enter the page number using the numeric buttons. Press again to exit the feature.

COLOUR BUTTONS

. Red, Green, Yellow, Blue are used as fast access buttons to pages of text which are highlighted at the bottom of each text page.

HOLD.

Press to hold any text page for easy viewing. Press again to return to normal.

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9. DVD Operation

To select DVD press the SOURCE button and using the ▲ / ▼ buttons select DVD and press OK.

Insert a DVD disc with the label FACING AWAY from you. Inserting to the Laser Optic. Do NOT place any damaged, dirty or disc not a disc incorrectly may cause damage 12 cm in diameter into the loader.

The mechanism will draw the disc in automatically.

In most cases the DVD Title will be displayed together with a Disc menu. Select the feature required with the cursor buttons and press PLAY/Pause.

To Pause play, press the Play/Pause button, press again to continue playing. To Stop playing press Press once to pre stop, if the disc is not removed the player will continue from the “stopped” point, when play is pressed. Pressing STOP again will fully stop the player.

10. DVD Setup Menu’s Fig 17

To set the DVD section to your requirements a series of menu’s are provided. With no disc in the player, press the DVD SETUP button on the remote control, you will now see menu (Fig 17).

The first item is

General Setup Page

.

Use the ▲ / ▼ ► buttons to select the item required and use the button to select the sub menu. In the sub menu use the ▲ / ▼ buttons to select the item required and OK to confirm.

TV Shape (TV VERTONEN).

Some DVD discs have been authored in 4:3 aspect ratio format. To you may need to change the Aspect ratio.

see the material in its original mode,

Normal/PS (Pan& Scan).

Black edges left and right will be seen.

Normal/LB (Letterbox).

Top and bottom of the screen may be black.

Wide 16:9 (Widescreen).

Full width picture but may have black areas top and bottom.

OSD Language

.

Select the OSD Language (Nederlands is default).

Last Memory

. ON/OFF.

You may wish the player to remember where it finished playing a disc and then remove the disc. When you stop the disc, the player will automatically remember the point it finished playing. When the disc is re inserted the player will continue from the same point.

Fig 18 Audio Setup Page. ( Fig 18)

Down mix is defaulted to Stereo

Preference page. ( Fig 19 ).

AUDIO

. Select Audio using the ▲ / ▼ buttons. The languages available will be shown in the right column. Select the required language using the language.

► and / ▼ buttons. Default is Nederlands. If the disc has that language it will play the soundtrack in that

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10. DVD Setup Menu’s cont..

SUBTITLES

. Select Subtitle using the languages available will be shown in the right column. Select the required language using the Nederlands. If the disc has that language it will display the Subtitles in that language Set the level using the ▲ / ▼ ► buttons and press OK. You will be asked for the password (136900).

▲ and / / ▼ ▼ buttons. The buttons. Default is Default is ADULT.

DISC MENU

. Select Disc menu using the languages available will be shown in the right column. Select the required language using the Nederlands. If the disc has that language it will display the menu in that language ► and / ▼ ▲ / ▼ buttons. The buttons. Default is

PARENTAL

. Select Parental using the ▲ / ▼ buttons. Enter the list using the ► button.

Set the level using the ▲ / ▼ buttons and press OK. You will be asked for the password (136900).

Default is ADULT.

Fig 19 PASSWORD

. Select Password using the ▲ / ▼ buttons. Select Change using the ► the old password. You must then put in the new password twice and press OK.

Make a note of the new password and keep safe.

button and OK. Put in

DEFAULT.

Selecting Default will reset to the factory settings all your personal settings in the DVD setup menu.

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11. Trouble shooting guide.

SYMPTOM

Dead No led lit

POSSIBLE CAUSE

Power not connected to TV No Picture. Led lit Red TV in standby.

No picture. Dark screen Led lit Green No picture. Blue screen. No signal displayed Backlight faulty Incorrect input setting TV Picture noisy and ghosting Teletext freezing or breaking up Aerial not connected TV not tuned in Poor aerial signal Poor aerial signal Bright dots or Dark dots Disc will not insert Disc will not eject Disc will not play.

Pixel damage

DVD OPERATION

DVD not selected Disc already in player DVD not selected Disc damaged Disc dirty or damaged Incorrect disc region Lost Password Disc freezes, jumps or misses chapters Disc dirty or damaged No picture. Blue screen. No signal displayed Poor PC Picture

PC OPERATION

No connection from PC to TV.

TV not matched to PC No or intermittent operation

Remote Control

Exhausted batteries

REMEDY

Check power lead and mains adaptor connections Press Power button on TV or Standby button on remote control.

Call service agent or Return to store Ensure the input selected has an input connected to it and is turned on.

Ensure aerial is connected Follow instructions on page 10 12 Have aerial signal checked. If indoor aerial it may need an outdoor aerial.

Have aerial signal checked. If indoor aerial it may need an outdoor aerial.

This is not uncommon. It is not covered by warranty Select DVD in SOURCE Menu Press Eject to remove disc Select DVD in SOURCE Menu Call service agent or Return to store Clean disc as on page 18 If damaged discard.

This player is only licensed to play Region 2 discs 136900 Clean disc as on page 18. If damaged discard.

Check all connections carefully See page 13 and enter setup menu Replace batteries every six months or when required

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12. Disc Care Disc Handling.

DVD and CD discs require careful handling and storage.

Hold the disc with your fingers as shown carefully gripping the outer edges or using a finger in the centre hole. Do NOT touch the playing surface.

Do NOT bend the disc. If badly scratched, cracked or broken do NOT place into the player.

Store discs in a cool dry place, vertical storage in dust covers To clean discs, carefully wipe from the centre outwards not in a Use a soft dry cloth. For stubborn dirt, use a soft cloth with dilute detergent. Ensure the disc is completely dry before placing into the player.

is recommended.

circular motion.

DO NOT USE CHEMICAL CLEANERS OR VYNYL DISC FLUID.

13. Wall Mounting

To mount the TV on a wall you need to purchase a VESA Standard (100mm) bracket.

Remove the screws as shown below (Fig 20).

Mount the wall bracket as described by the manufacturer.

Mount the TV to the wall bracket using 4 x 5 mm x 10mm set screws. (Do NOT use longer screws as the internal parts of the TV may be damaged).

Albers Ltd accepts no responsibility for damage, caused to or by, incorrect mounting of the wall bracket.

Fig 20 17

15. Specifications.

ITEM

Power Requirements TV Standby Power Mains Adaptor Screen Size Case dimensions Weight Mains adaptor weight Screen resolution Viewing angle Colour Systems Sound Systems Audio Output Tuning Inputs Outputs OSD Language Audio Wall Mounting Disc size Disc Media Remote Control Remote Control batteries

DESCRIPTION

12V DC @ 4.8 A Max (56W) 2W 100-240V AC 50/60 Hz 1.3A Output 12V 6A DC 22" (55.7cm) diagonal 535mm x 450mm x 146mm inc base 6.18 Kg's 0.84 Kg,s inc Mains lead 1680x 1050 pixels V 170º H 160º PAL, SECAM BG, I, DK, L 2W per channel Band 1, Band 3, UHF Scart, HDMI, VGA, CVBS,S-Video, L/R audio.PC

Audio.

Scart Dutch Nicam stereo/Mono (Analog) Vesa Standard (100 x 100mm) 12CM only DVD, CD, VCD, VCD2, CDG, JPEG Infra Red 2 x "AAA" cells Specifications may be changed without notice.

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