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SPECIFICATIONS

Receiving System:

Colour System:

Picture Tube:

Ext. Antenna:

Power Consumption:

Dimension:

Net Weight:

M/N

PAL/NTSC

74cm (29") diagonal

75 Ohm Coaxial Cable

Ext. In/Out:

Speaker:

Audio/Video-In/Out

2 speakers

Audio Output: STEREO:>3W <5W*2

AC 110-240V 50-60Hz, 150W

810(W) x503(D) x 595(H)mm

45.3 kg

REMOTE CONTROL

Transmitting System:

Power Supply:

Dimension:

Net Weight:

Infrared

DC 3V (1.5 x 2)

28(W) x 155(L) x 45(D) mm

83 g

Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.

ACCESSORY LIST l User's Manual x 1 l Remote Control Unit x 1 l Battery (1.5V AAA) x 2

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1. Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or

nagged by items placed upon or against them. Pay particular attention to cords at

doors, plugs, receptacles, and the point where they exit from the product. When the

power cord or plug is damaged or frayed, unplug the TV from the wall outlet and refer

servicing to your authorized dealer.

2.

Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or convenience receptacles on other equipment as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.

3.

Unplug the TV product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.

4.

If the TV should be dropped and/ or broken, it could result in an injury, and continued use could result in fire or electrical shock. Immediately turn off the power switch, disconnect the power plug from the power outlet and contact your authorized dealer.

5.

Do not insert liquids or foreign object. Penetration of liquids or foreign objects could result in fire or electrical shock.

6.

Do not attempt to service the TV yourself. Opening or removing covers can expose you to high voltage and other dangerous conditions. Refer all servicing to your authorized dealer.

7.

Do not place the TV on an unstable shelf, slant or vibrant surface. The TV may fall, causing serious injury to human and serious damage to the appliance.

8.

Avoid dusty places, since accumulated dust inside the chassis may cause failure of the

TV when in high humidity environment.

9.

Do not place the TV near water. For example, a bathroom, a beach, etc.

10. Do not obstruct the ventilation openings of the equipment with items such as newspapers, tablecloth, etc.

11. Do not place the TV on a carpet, sofa or bedding.

12. Keep the TV away from heat sources such as radiators, heaters, stoves and other heat generating products.

13. Do not place the TV in a " built-in " enclosure, unless proper ventilation is provided.

14. Do not place flower vases, pots, cups, cosmetics, liquids such as water, etc on or around the TV.

15. Choose a place where light (artificial or sunlight) does not shine directly on the screen.

16. If the TV does not work properly and you are unable to restore normal operation by following the " troubleshooting " section in your instruction manual, do not attempt any further adjustment. Unplug the TV and consult your authorized dealer.

17. Do not touch the controls other than those described in the operating instructions as improper adjustment of other controls may result in damaging. Please ask your service authorized dealer to restore the TV to normal operation.

18. For added protection for this TV during a lightning storm, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system.

19. If a strange sound or smell gives off from the TV, please turn off and unplug it from the wall outlet, then refer to authorized dealer.

20. To prevent fire, never place any type of candle or naked flames on the top or near the

TV.

21. Avoid any kind of impact to the TV. Be special careful not to damage the screen face.

22. If the TV is to remain unused for a period of time. Turn off and unplug it from the wall outlet.

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CONTROL PANEL BUTTONS

1. Main Switch

2. Power Indicator

3. Remote Sensor

4. Side AV In

5. Speakers

6. Key Buttons

Channel Down / Up Button

Volume Down / Up Button

Menu Button

AV/TV Button

7 Video In2

AV Out

YUV(Y,Cb,Cr)In

S-Video In

Antenna Input Socket (75 ohm)

8. AC Power Cord

4 5

6 3 2 1 5

8 7

Power Connection

Only use the adaptor supplied with this product, connect the AC plug to the socket at the back of the TV. This TV must be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label (AC 110-240V 50/60 Hz).

Rear View of the TV Set

Video And Audio Input/ Output Terminals

1. Video / Audio input for playback for VCR.

2. Video / Audio output for TV program.

Connections To The Antenna Input Socket

Connect the aerial or cable TV plug to the Antenna Input Socket located at the back of the

TV and connect the cable plug coming out from the TV out socket located at the devices

(VCR, DVB, etc.) to this socket as well.

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Connecting the Aerial(or Cable Television Network)

To view television channels correctly ,a signal must be received by the set from one of the following sources:

*An outdoor aerial

*A cable television network

Plug the aerial or cable network input cable to the 75 coaxial socket on the rear of the television.

75 ANT

Cable

Television

Network

Front(or side) Audio/Video Input

VIDEO

LEFT

RIGHT

AV IN 1

VIDEO

LEFT

RIGHT

V

L

R

V

L

R

VCR

Decoder/ video game device

Video disc player

Camcorder

Satellite receiver

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Connecting to the Audio/Video Input/Outputs

YUV IN

Y

AV IN 2

VIDEO

AV OUT

VIDEO

Cb LEFT LEFT

75 ANT

S-VIDEO

Cr RIGHT RIGHT

Cable

Television

Network

AV IN 2

VIDEO

LEFT

RIGHT

S-VIDEO

LEFT

RIGHT

YUV IN

Y

Cb LEFT

Cr RIGHT

L

Y

Cb

Cr

L

R

YC

R

V

L

R

V

L

R

L

R

YC

Y

Cb

Cr

L

R

VCR

Decoder/ video game device

Video disc player

Camcorder

Satellite receiver

TV AV OUT

VIDEO

LEFT

RIGHT

V

L

R

V

L

R

Amplifier

VCR

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PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS

There is a wide range of audio and video equipment that can be connected to your TV.

Connection diagrams at the end of this section show you where the different equipment should be connected at the backside of the TV.

Aerial socket

1. Connect the RF out socket of the VCR to the aerial socket on the back of the set.

2. Connect the aerial cable to the RF aerial in socket of the VCR.

3. Select the program number where the VCR channel is stored.

4. Press the PLAY button on the VCR.

Audio/ Video in sockets

1. Connect the audio/video out sockets of the VCR to audio/video in sockets of the set.

2. Press the AV/TV button to select AV.

3. Press the PLAY button on the VCR.

The VCR playback picture appears on the screen.

Precautions when connecting to other equipments

When using external equipment with this TV, please read the instruction manual of the external equipment.

Switch off all power supplies to the equipment and TV before connection.

Always ensure that the input and output terminals are correctly connected..

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USING THE REMOTE CONTROL

Batteries

Please follow the below instructions to install the supplied batteries into the remote control to make it operate.

1. Remove the battery cover.

2. Insert two 1.5V (AAA size) batteries making sure

The polarity (+ or -) of the batteries

matches the polarity marks inside the unit.

3. Replace the battery cover.

Precautions when using batteries

Do not use old and new batteries together.

Do not use different types of batteries (for example, Manganese and Alkaline batteries)

together.

Note that there are chargeable and non-chargeable batteries. Do not attempt to charge

non-chargeable batteries.

If the remote control unit is not used for a long period of time, remove the batteries

Precautions when using the remote control unit

Do not drop the remote control unit.

Do not subject the remote control unit to physical shocks.

Keep the remote control unit dry. Wetting it may cause the unit to malfunction.

Replace the batteries with new ones when operation of the unit deteriorates.

NOTE: If there is an object between the remote control and the signal remote control

sensor window on the TV, the remote may not operate. Please make sure the remote

control is aiming at the remote control sensor window on the TV.

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REMOTE CONTROL BUTTONS

Mute Button

Digit Buttons

Program

Selection

Button

Volume up/down

Buttons

Menu Button

CCD Button

Quick.View Button

Sleep Timer

Button

Lock Button

4

7

- - /- - -

8

0

2

5

3

6

9

AV/TV

CH.+

VOL.MENU VOL.+

CH.-

CCD

Q.VIEW

V-CHIP

P.P.

MTS

LOCK SCAN

Power Button

(Standby)

AV/TV Button

Program up/down Buttons

V-CHIP Button

Personal Presets Button

Display Button

Scan Button

MTS Button

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Remote Control Buttons

1.POWER (STANDBY) BUTTON ( )

Press this button to turn the TV on/off.

2. MUTE BUTTON ( )

Press this button to temporarily cut off the sound output, press it again to restore the sound level.

3.DIGIT BUTTONS (0-9)

Press the number for your desired program and the program indicator will be displayed on the screen. To select a single-digit program, press the corresponding number key 0 - 9 button on the remote control unit.

4. PROGRAM SELECTION BUTTONS (--/---)

Press --/--- key to select one to three digits entry.

If you want to select 0 - 9 program channel other than using the Digit Buttons, please press "--/---" key until display "-" on the screen right-top corner, then press digital number key 0-9.

If you want to select 10-99 program channel, please press "--/---" key until display "--" on the screen right-top corner, then press digital number key 0-9.

If you want to select 100-125 program channel, please press "--/---" key until display "1--" on the screen right-top corner, then press digital number key 0-9.

Channel numbers available for program:

AIR Channel: 2-69

CATV Channel: 1-125

5. AV/TV BUTTON (AV/ TV)

Inputs can be set for TV or AV mode. Press this button to display external video signal such as DVD, VCR or VCD video player. AV will be displayed on

the screen. Press this button again to switch back to TV signal from AV.

6. PROGRAM UP/DOWN BUTTONS (CH. +/-)

Press the Program Up Button to select the program forwards.

Press the Program Down Button to select the program backwards.

7. VOLUME UP/DOWN BUTTONS (VOL.+/-)

Press Volume +/- Buttons to adjust sound level.

8. MENU BUTTON (MENU)

Press "MENU" button to display the OSD (On-Screen Display) menu for adjusting the image, sound and functions. Pressing this button again to out from the OSD.

Please refer to page 12-18 for the details.

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9. PERSONAL PRESETS BUTTON (P.P.)

You can select USER, STANDARD, SOFT or RICH mode by pressing this button.

10.QUICK VIEW BUTTON (Q.VIEW)

Press this button to return to the previously viewed program.

11. DISPLAY BUTTON ( )

Press this button sequentially to display the current program number on the screen.

12. SLEEP TIMER BUTTON ( )

Press the "Sleep Timer" button on your remote control to start setting the automatic sleep timer. Press the button to adjust the time in increments of

30 minutes, from 0 to 180 minutes. When the preset time runs to 0, TV set will go into standby mode. To switch off this function, press this key step by step until " OFF" is displayed on the screen.

13.LOCK BUTTON

The TV set can provide the locked key for control or prevent your children from watching the program.

SETTING UP THE CHILD LOCK FUNCTION:

Press the "LOCK" button on remote control unit. The key locked symbol( ) will be displayed on the screen and entered into the child locked mode.

While in Lock mode, any keys on the TV set will be disabled.Except the key on the Remote control.

RELEASE CHILD LOCK:

Press again the 'LOCK" button on the remote control unit to cancel this

function.

14.SCAN BUTTON

Press the SCAN button to automatically browse every channel which you have stored.

15. V-CHIP BUTTON

When V-Chip function turned "ON" in the Features Menu £¬ you can press the V-Chip button to go to the V-Chip menu. When V-CHIP in "OFF" mode, the V-Chip button on the remote control will be disabled.

For the V-CHIP MENU function, please refer to page 14 for the details.

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16. CLOSE CAPTION DISPAY BUTTON ( C C D )

Closed-Captions aim to describe all significant audio content, as well as

"non-speech information," such as the identity of speakers and their manner of speaking. Press this button to select the Closed-Caption

Display Mode:

C1 C2 C3 C4 TEXT1 TEXT2 TEXT3 TEXT4 OFF.

17. MTS (Multichannel Television Stereo)

You can select the required sound effect by pressing this MTS button to choose between Mono, Stereo, or separate Audio Program (SAP broadcast).

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MENU SYSTEM

This TV allows you to adjust the settings from the menu screens.

* In the AV mode, menus appear the same as in TV mode except the install menu.

Picture

CONTRAST

BRIGHTNESS

COLOR

SHARPNESS

TINT

CROING

BLACK STRETCH

Sound

VOLUME

BALANCE

Features

LANGUAGE

COLOR SYS

Timer

Install

CCD

V-CHIP

CALENDAR

GAME

TIME

START TIME

STOP TIME

CH SWITCH

SWITCH TO

PROG. NO.

SKIP

RECEPTION

FINE

AFT

AUTO STORE

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settings.

PICTURE Menu -> SOUND Menu -> FEATURES Menu -> TIMER

Menu -> INSTALL Menu -> EXIT

Select the desired item using the CH. + / - Buttons.

Use the VOL. +/- buttons to adjust the item settings.

The item selected will be highlighted in red

* The menu screen will time out automatically after few seconds if it is left

idle on the screen.

Picture Menu

PICTURE

CONTRAST

BRIGHTNESS

COLOR

SHARPNESS

TINT

CORING

BLACK STRETCH

55

55

55

50

00

ON

ON

You can select CONTRAST, BRIGHTNESS,

COLOR, SHARPNESS, and TINT items by pressing CH. +/- Buttons, and pressing the

VOL.+/- Buttons to adjust the item of which you selected.

1.CONTRAST

Press the VOL. + / - buttons to enhance or reduce the contrast between objects and the background

2.BRIGHTNESS

Using the VOL. + / - buttons to adjust the lightness

3.COLOR

Press the VOL. + / - buttons to increase or decrease

4.SHARPNESS

Adjust the outline of objects to either sharpen or

5. TINT (NTSC Only) making them more red or green for a more natural look.

6. CORING

You can select to turn ON or OFF the CORING.

7. BLACK STRETCH

You can select to turn ON or OFF the BLACK

STRETCH.

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Sound Menu

SOUND

VOLUME

BALANCE

51

00

1.VOLUME

Press VOL +/- buttons to adjust the Volume

2.

BALANCE

Press VOL +/- buttons to adjust the Balance

" " "

Features Menu

FEATURES

LANGUAGE

COLOR SYS

CCD

V-CHIP

CALENDAR

GAME

ENGL ISH

AUTO

OFF

ON

1.LANGUAGE

You can change menu language in this item. Press

VOL. +/- Buttons to select your desired language.

All the on screen displays will appear in the selected language.

2.COLOR SYS

Press VOL +/- buttons to change the color system to AUTO, PAL-M, PAL-N NTSC.

3.CCD (Close Caption Display)

Closed captioning allows persons with hearing disabilities to have access to television programming by displaying the audio portion of a television program as text on the television screen.

Set the closed-caption OFF or display C1, C2, C3,

C4, TEXT1, TEXT2, TEXT3 and TEXT4. You can also set up this function by using the remote control unit.

4.V-CHIP

The V-chip is a technology that allow viewer to block television programming that they do not want children to watch. Most television programs now include a rating, as established by the broadcasting industry. This rating is encoded into the programs, and the V-chip technology reads the encoded

information and blocks shows accordingly. Using the remote control, parents can program

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the V-chip to block certain programs based on their ratings. If you lose your remote or need help programming the V-chip, contact the manufacturer of your television for a replacement or operating instructions.

Ratings appear in the corner of your television screen during the first 15 seconds of each television program. There are six ratings that a program can receive:

TV-Y (All Children): found only in children's shows, means that the show is appropriate for all children;

TV-7 (Directed to Older Children): found only in children's shows, means that the show is most appropriate for children age 7 and up;

TV-G (General Audience): means that the show is suitable for all ages but is not necessarily a children's show;

TV-PG (Parental Guidance Suggested): means that parental guidance is suggested and that the show may be unsuitable for younger children (this rating may also include a V for violence, S for sexual situations, L for language, or D for suggestive dialog);

TV-14 (Parents Strongly Cautioned): means that the show may be unsuitable

for children under 14 (V, S, L, or D may accompany a rating of TV-14); and

TV-MA (Mature Audience Only): means that the show is for mature audiences only and may be unsuitable for children under 17 (V, S, L may accompany a rating of TV-MA).

Press VOL +/- buttons on the remote control unit to entre the password to activate the V-CHIP function. When V-CHIP turned on, you can press the

V-CHIP button directly on the remote control unit to enter into the menu of

V-CHIP. If V-CHIP in OFF mode, the V-CHIP button on the remote control unit will not function.

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Master Password:

If you turn on the V-Chip function but failed to remember the password, you

MPAA Rating

The MPAA film rating system is a system used in the United States and territories and instituted by the Motion Picture Association of America to rate a movie based on its content, being used to decide which movies may be appropriate for children and/or adolescents.

The current MPAA move ratings consist of:

Rated G General Audiences a.Rated PG Parental guidance suggested b.Rated PG-13 Parents strongly cautioned c.Rated R Restricted. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or legal guardian. d.Rated NC-17 & X No 17 and under admitted. Also called Youth Restricted

Viewing.

"

Press the V-Chip button again to return.

1.Calendar

Press VOL +/- button to enter into Calendar menu.

Press CH. +/- buttons to select Year, Month and Date. Press VOL +/- button to adjust the value.

"

2.

Game : Catching Coin(OPTION)

Game Rules: Six kinds of bag will drop down, include moneybag, coin, snowflake, umbrella, heart and bomb. If you catch the moneybag and coin, ten points and five points will be received respectively. After entering the game, press "VOL.+" and "VOL.-" to shift the figure from left to right and vice versa.

When you start the game, the color of the figure is green.

If you catch the snowflake, the figure will turn into white, and the movement of the figure will slow down. However, the figure can be escaped from this state by receiving the umbrella.

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Timer Menu

TIMER

TIME

START TIME

STOP TIME

CH SWITCH

SWITCH TO

-- --

-- --

-- --

-- --

--

- If you catch a bomb, the figure will turn to red and the game will over.

- If you catch a heart, the figure will change to purple, which last for five seconds, and at this time, even you catch a bomb, the game will go on.

The game goes up a level in every three minutes.

If the level is higher, the drop speed of bags would become more quicker.

1. TIME

To adjust the current time by this item. Press the

" " " " button to set minute.

2. START-TIME

To set the time when the TV set to turn on automatically.

3. STOP-TIME

To set the time when the TV set to turn off automatically.

4. CH SWITCH

To preset the time that the TV will switch to the selected channel (Position) automatically.

5.SWITCH TO

To set the program that will switch automatically at the CH SWITCH.

NOTE: All the timer functions will only be effective if the power of the TV set is switched off using the remote control unit. If the power is switched off by the power button on the TV set or a power failure occurs, the timer will

be reset.

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Install Menu

INSTALL

PROG NO

SKIP

RECEPTION

FINE

AFT

AUTO S TORE

02

ADD

CATV-HRC

00

OFF

1.PROG. NO.

When selecting the AIR,CATV or CATV-STD,

CATR-IRC ,CATV-HRC Signals, there are 01-125 channels available. There are 02 - 69 channels

in the AIR signal.

2.SKIP

You can skip unnecessary program channels of your choice not to be displayed during viewing and scanning when pressing the " CH "

Buttons to select the channel that would like to skip from the channel scan operation.

3.RECEPTION

You can switch signals: AIR,CATV or CATV-STD,

CATR-IRC ,CATV-HRC.

4. FINE

You can use this FINE tuning process for fine adjustment by pressing VOL.+/- Buttons between

-50 and +50. Normally fine tuning is only necessary if reception is poor.

5.AFT (Auto Fine Tuning)

"

6.AUTO STORE

Press VOL.+/- Buttons, the TV setwill automaticaly search from V-L band to U band. The channels are stored in the order in which they appear in the frequency bands.

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TROUBLESHOOTING

The following problems do not always indicate a hardware failure. Therefore, please use the troubleshooting guide below before calling for repair service. If, after following the guide none of the remedies work, unplug the TV and call for service.

Problem Checks and Adjustments

TV will not turn on Make sure the power cord is plugged in,

then press POWER button.

Check battery in the remote control.

(Maybe batteries are dead.)

No picture, no sound

Ensure the TV power is ON .

Check antenna/ cable connections.

Try different channel.

No sound, picture OK

Spots on the screen (Snow)

Maybe sound is muted. Try pressing

VOL+ button is not set to minimum.

Try another channel.

Check the AV cables for disconnection.

Maybe the TV is being affected by

interference from automobiles, trains,

high-voltage transmission lines, neon

signs or another sources of interference.

Try redirecting or relocating your antenna

to reduce the affects of the interference.

Change channels to confirm if the

symptom is still present.

Poor reception of broadcast channels

VCR

Try another channel.

Check antenna connections.

If using VCR, check TV/VCR button.

Adjust fine tuning control.

Probably local interference, such as an

appliance.

When the VCR test signal (TSG) is

received, the lower side of the test

pattern is distorted as shown in the

figure. This is not a malfunction and the

playback picture is not influenced by it.

Cannot select a certain channel

That channel may be locked out with

SKIP CHANNEL function.

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Remote Control does not operate Check for any obstacle between the

remote control and the remote control

sensor window.

Maybe batteries are dead. Try replacing

batteries with new ones.

Check for incorrect battery orientation.

The picture is doubled or tripled

(GHOST)

Please change the direction, height or

positionof the antenna. Reflections from

building or mountains might cause this

phenomenon. A highly directional

antenna may improve the reception.

Degraded colours or tints Check whether all the picture adjustments

have been properly performed.

Enter into the (Picture mode) inside the

menu to select a different picture set-up.

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