Zenith | H27F39DT | Instruction manual | Zenith H27F39DT Instruction manual

Installation / Operating Guide | Warranty
Model Numbers | H 2 4 F 3 9 D T | H 2 5 F 3 9 D T | H 2 7 F 3 9 D T | Concierge TM TVs
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© Copyright 2005, Zenith Electronics Corporation
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For Customer Support/Service please call:
1-888-865-3026
RECORD THE MODEL NUMBER
The model and serial number of the ConciergeTM TV are located
on the back of the cabinet. For future reference, we suggest
that those numbers be recorded here:
www.zenith.com
MODEL NO.____________________________________
SERIAL NO.____________________________________
WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence
of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a
risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating
and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARDS, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
POWER CORD POLARIZATION:
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
ATTENTION: POUR ÉVITER LES CHOCS ÉLECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE
CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQU’AU FOND.
NOTE TO CABLE/TV INSTALLER:
This reminder is provided to call the cable TV system installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the National Electric Code
(U.S.A.). The code provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be
connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of the cable entry as practical.
REGULATORY INFORMATION:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
CAUTION:
Do not attempt to modify this product in any way without written authorization from Zenith Electronics Corporation.
Unauthorized modification could void the user’s authority to operate this product.
COMPLIANCE:
The responsible party for this product’s compliance is:
Zenith Electronics Corporation, 2000 Millbrook Drive, Lincolnshire, IL 60069, USA. Phone: 1-847-941-8000.
2-WIRE COMM WARN
ConciergeTM is a trademark of Zenith Electronics Corporation
© Copyright 2005 Zenith Electronics Corporation
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This product has been manufactured and tested with yuur safety in mind. Howerver, improper use can result in potential electrical shock or
fire hazards. To avoid defeating the safeguards that have been built into the new product, please read and observe the following safety
points when installing and using the new product, and save them for future reference.
Observing the simple precautions discussed in this operating guide can help the user get many years of enjoyment and safe operation that
are built into the new product.
This product complies with all applicable U.S. Federal safety requirements, and those of the Canadian Standards Association.
1. Read Instructions
All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the
product is operated.
2. Follow Instructions
All operating and use instructions should be followed.
3. Retain Instructions
The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future
reference.
4. Heed Warnings
All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions
should be adhered to.
5. Cleaning
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use
liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
6. Water and Moisture
Do not use this product near water for example, near a bath tub,
wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near
a swimming pool.
7. Accessories
Do not place this product on a slippery or tilted surface, or on an
unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The product may fall,
causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the
product. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the product. Any
mounting of the product should follow the manufacturer's instructions, and should use a mounting accessory recommended by the
manufacturer.
8. Transporting Product
A product and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick
stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the product
and cart combination to overturn.
9. Attachments
Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
10. Ventilation
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and
to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from
overheating, and these openings must not be blocked or covered.
The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a
bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This product should not be
placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless
proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer's instructions have
been adhered to.
11. Power Sources
This product should be operated only from the type of power source
indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of
power supply to your home, consult your product dealer or local power company. For products intended to operate from battery power,
or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.
12. Power Cord Polarization
This product is equipped with a polarized alternating-current power
plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other). This plug will
fit into the power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If
you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing
the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician
to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of
the polarized plug.
13. Power-Cord Protection
Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be
walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying
particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and
the point where they exit from the product.
14. Outdoor Antenna Grounding
If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the product,
be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide
some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges.
Article 810 of the National Electrical Code (U.S.A.), ANSI/ NFPA 70
provides information with regard to proper grounding of the mast and
supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna
discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antennadischarge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements
for the grounding electrode.
(Continued on next page)
PORTABLE CART WARNING
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
(Continued from previous page)
Example of Grounding According to National Electrical
Code Instructions
Ground Clamp
Antenna Lead in Wire
result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified
technician to restore the product to its normal operation.
e. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
f. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance.
21. Replacement Parts
Antenna Discharge Unit
(NEC Section 810-20)
Electric Service
Equipment
Grounding Conductor
(NEC Section 810-21)
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician
has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have
the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
Ground Clamps
Power Service Grounding
Electrode System (NEC
Art 250, Part H)
NEC- National Electrical Code
22. Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the
service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the
product is in proper operating condition.
15. Lightning
For added protection for this product (receiver) during a lightning storm, 23. Wall or Ceiling Mounting
The product should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as
or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. recommended by the manufacturer.
This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and power-line
surges.
24. Heat
The product should be situated away from heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products (including
16. Power Lines
An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of over- amplifiers) that produce heat.
head power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or where it can
fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna 25. CAUTION concerning the Power Cord:
system, extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power Most appliances recommend they be placed upon a dedicated
lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal.
circuit; that is, a single outlet circuit which powers only that
appliance and has not additional outlets or branch circuits.
Check the specification page of this owner's manual to be certain.
17. Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in a
Do not overload wall outlets. Overloaded wall outlets, loose or
risk of fire or electric shock.
damage wall outlets, extension cords, frayed power cords, or damaged or cracked wire insulation are dangerous. Any of these condi18. Object and Liquid Entry
tions could result in electric shock or fire. Periodically examine the
Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings as
cord of your appliance, and if its appearance indicates damage or
they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could
deterioration, unplug it, discontinue use of the appliance, and have
result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the
the cord replaced with an exact replacement part by an authorized
product.
servicer.
19. Servicing
Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing
covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
20. Damage Requiring Service
Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified
service personnel under the following conditions:
a. If the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
b. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product.
c. If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d. If the product does not operate normally by following the operating
instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions as an improper adjustment of other controls may
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Protect the power cord from physical or mechanical abuse, such as
being twisted, kinked, pinched, closed in a door, or walked upon.
Pay particular attention to plugs, wall outlets, and the point where
the cord exits the appliance.
26. Outdoor Use Marking :
WARNING - To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not
expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
27. Wet Location Marking :
Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no
objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the
apparatus.
Table of Contents
Use the steps outlined below as a setup guide and to determine the TV features
that will require adjustment for the needs of the end user
Safety Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Step 1. Hook Up TV
TV and other Equipment Hookups
Antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Cable service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Antenna with VCR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Cable service with VCR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
External Speaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Step 2. Channel Search and Reception Setup
Auto Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(Select Antenna, or cable service and perform channel
search)
Front Panel Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Guest Remote Key Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Optional Installer’s Remote Key Functions . . . . . . . . .
On-Screen Menus Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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13
14
15
Step 3. Customize the ConciergeTM TV’s Features
Add/Del/Blank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Channel Labels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clock Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Timer (On/Off Timer) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Captions (Caption/Text) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Video Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installer Parental Control Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Other Menus and On-Screen Displays . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Managing the Channel Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 - 27 Installers Menus . . . . . . . 29 - 30 - 31 - 32 - 33 - 34 -
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17
18
19
20
21
22
24
25
28
35
Guest Operation Section (Copy for guest usage)
Guest Remote Control Key Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Guest Parental Control Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 - 37 - 38
Guest Menus and On-Screen Displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Warranty for ConciergeTM Series TVs . . . . . . . . . Back Cover
Setup Menu (Start with page 11, Auto Program)
Installer/Hotel Note:
Pages 13, 36, 37, 38, and 39 contain information and menus which the guest can use to operate the
TV. It is recommended that these five pages be copied and included with the literature packet that
the hotel provides to the guest.
Purchase the Optional Installer’s Remote
To perform a normal installation set up, you need an installer’s remote like the LP702. The LP702 is shown and described
in later sections. The installer remote allows access to the Installer’s menus, and User menus. The installer remote has
Menu, Select, and Adjust Keys (Down/Left/Right arrow) keys. To purchase the LP702 remote, see your Zenith Dealer.
Note: Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
ConciergeTM is a trademark of Zenith Electronics Corporation
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Antenna Hook Up
Connect an over-the-air antenna
to the Concierge TV
TV Back
Antenna
1
Locate the Antenna/Cable jack on the back of the
Concierge TV.
2
Connect the antenna wire that runs from the wall,
according to one of the diagrams to the right.
3
Remove the back of the remote and put in two AA
batteries.
Flat Wire
(300 ohm)
ANTENNA
CABLE
SPEAKER
OUT
VIDEO
IN
300/75 ohm
Adapter
AUDIO
IN
TV Back Panel
(Expanded View)
Back of
Remote
4
Plug in the TV. The TV is designed to operate on
standard current, 120-volt 60 Hertz AC. Do not
attempt to operate it on DC power.
TV Back
120 V AC
60 Hz
5
Antenna
Go to page 11 to Auto Program the TV.
If you have a 75 ohm RF cable, then you don’t need any
adapters!
A 300 to 75 ohm adapter is not included with the Zenith
Concierge TV.
ANTENNA
CABLE
RF Coaxial Wire
(75ohm)
SPEAKER
OUT
VIDEO
IN
AUDIO
IN
TV Back Panel
(Expanded View)
Mini glossary
75 OHM RF CABLE
The wire that comes from an off-air antenna or cable service provider. Each end looks like a hex shaped nut with a wire
sticking through the middle, and it screws onto the threaded jack on the back of your TV.
300 TO 75 OHM
ADAPTER
A small device that connects a two-wire 300 ohm antenna to a 75 ohm RF jack. They are usually about an inch long with two screws
on one end and a round opening with a wire sticking out on the other end.
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Cable Service Hook Up (CATV)
Connect cable service to the Concierge TV
TV Back
Cable TV
Wall Jack
1
Locate the Antenna/Cable jack on the back of the
Concierge TV.
2
Connect the cable service wire that runs from the wall,
according to one of the diagrams to the right.
3
Remove the back of the remote and put in two AA batteries.
ANTENNA
CABLE
SPEAKER
OUT
VIDEO
IN
RF Coaxial Wire
(75ohm)
AUDIO
IN
Back of
Remote
4
TV Back Panel
(Expanded View)
Plug in the TV. The Concierge TV is designed to operate
on standard current, 120-volt 60 Hertz AC. Do not
attempt to operate it on DC power.
Cable TV
Wall Jack
120 V AC
60 Hz
5
TV Back
Go to page 11 to Auto Program the Concierge TV.
In
Out
Cable Box
Output
Switch 3 4
If you’re using a cable box, leave the TV tuned to channel 3
or 4 and use the cable box to change channels.
If you’re using a cable box, Auto Program might only find the
channel your cable service is on (usually channel 3 or 4).
ANTENNA
CABLE
RF Coaxial Wire
(75ohm)
SPEAKER
OUT
VIDEO
IN
AUDIO
IN
TV Back Connections Panel
(Expanded View)
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Antenna With VCR Hook Up
Antenna
Connect an off-air antenna and VCR to the Concierge TV
Flat wire
(300 ohm)
1
Locate the Antenna/Cable jack on the back of
the VCR.
2
Connect the antenna wire that runs from the
antenna, according to one of the diagrams to
the right. Make other connections as needed.
3
Remove the back of the remote and put in two
AA batteries.
VCR Back
VCR Back AV Panel
output
switch 3 4
In
TV Back
300/75 ohm
Adapter
ANTENNA
CABLE
Out
Audio Video
SPEAKER
OUT
VIDEO
IN
AUDIO
IN
Back of
Remote
4
TV Back Panel
(Expanded View)
Plug in the TV. The Concierge TV is designed to
operate on standard current, 120-volt 60 Hertz
AC. Do not attempt to operate it on DC power.
Antenna
VCR Back
120 V AC
60 Hz
TV Back
5
VCR Back AV Panel
output
switch 3 4
In
Go to page 11 to Auto Program the TV.
RF Coaxial Wire
(75ohm)
Audio Video
Out
No A/V cables are included with the TV.
ANTENNA
CABLE
SPEAKER
OUT
VIDEO
IN
TV Back Panel
(Expanded View)
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AUDIO
IN
A/V Cables
Not included
with TV
Cable Service (CATV) with VCR Hook Up
Cable TV
Wall Jack
Connect a VCR and Cable service to the Concierge TV
VCR Back
VCR Back AV Panel
Output
Switch 3 4
In
TV Back
1
Locate the Antenna/Cable jack on the back
of the VCR.
2
Connect the cable service wire that runs
from the wall, according to one of the diagrams to the right. Make other connections
as needed.
3
Remove the back of the remote and put in
two AA batteries.
Back of
Remote
4
Plug in the TV. The Concierge TV is designed
to operate on standard current, 120-volt 60
Hertz AC. Do not attempt to operate it on
DC power.
RF Coaxial Wire
(75 ohm)
ANTENNA
CABLE
A/V Cables
Not included
with TV
SPEAKER
OUT
Super
Port
VIDEO
IN
Audio Video
Out
AUDIO
IN
TV Back Panel
(Expanded View)
Cable TV
Wall Jack
In
Output
Switch 3 4
Cable Box
VCR Back
Out
VCR Back AV Panel
Output
Switch 3 4
In
120 V AC
60 Hz
5
RF Coaxial Wire
(75ohm)
TV Back
Audio Video
Out
Go to page 11 to Auto Program the TV.
Leave the VCR and the television tuned to channel
three and use the cable box to change channels.
ANTENNA
CABLE
SPEAKER
OUT
No A/V cables are included with the TV.
VIDEO
IN
A/V Cables
Not included
with TV
AUDIO
IN
TV Back Panel
(Expanded View)
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External Speaker Hook Up
Connect an external speaker to the TV
Speaker back
1
Locate the Audio In jack on the back of the external speaker.
2
Connect a standard audio cable from the Speaker
Out jack on the TV, to the Audio In jack on the
external speaker.
Audio In
TV Back
ANTENNA
CABLE
SPEAKER
OUT
VIDEO
IN
TV Back Panel
(Expanded View)
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AUDIO
IN
Auto Program (Channel Search)
SETUP MENU
Use Auto Program to specify Antenna or cable service
incoming signal source and automatically store all of the
channels that are found by channel search
1
Using an Installer remote control, press the POWER key to
turn on the Concierge TV.
2
Press the MENU key to show the SETUP MENU.
3
Using SELECT on the remote control, highlight AUTO
PROGRAM on the screen.
AUTO PROGRAM
ADD/DEL/BLNK
CH. LABELS
CLOCK SET
TIMER
CAPTIONS
LANGUAGE
TO PROGRAM
POWER
1
BK MUTE
FLSH
CC
/FM
TV
4
Use the Right or Left ADJ (Adjust) arrow to go to the Auto
Program menu.
5
Using SELECT, choose either CABLE TV or OFF AIR ANTENNA
on your screen.
6
Press the Right or Left ADJ arrow key to begin the Channel
Search.
7
Press ENTER when the channel search is complete.
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LUM
VO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
TIMER
Note: Auto Program finds channels being received by the TV
tuner.
NEL
CHAN
ENTER
MENU
ALARM
7
2
SELECT CH PREVIEW
3/5
ADJ
ADJ
Cable will not work unless the lodge provides a cable service.
4/6
Mini glossary
OFF AIR ANTENNA
If the guest can only view over-the-air broadcasts, select Antenna.
CABLE
If you provide cable service to your guests, select Cable.
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Front Panel Controls
Use the front control panel to access the menus or just operate the TV
Note: Item 11 Key Defeat, in the installer’s menu allows the installer to:
Set Menu Option 11, Key defeat to “0” - Front panel controls give access to menus.
Set Menu Option 11, Key defeat to “1” - Menus not available with front panel controls.
1
Press POWER to turn on your TV.
2
To access the menus, press the MENU button on
the control panel. Cycle through the various
menus by pressing MENU repeatedly.
3
Use the SELECT button to highlight the option
you want to modify.
4
Use either the Right or Left ADJUST button to
modify the option you have chosen.
5
Press CAPTIONS to turn captions on and off.
The menu will disappear after a few seconds.
A
B
C
D
E
F
Typical Front Panel Controls
TV Operation
Power turns the TV on and off.
captions
volume
5/D
C
channel
power
Channel Up/Down tunes to next channel.
Volume Up/Down adjusts sound level.
Captions turns selected Caption/Text option on
and off.
1/A
B
Camport: Front Audio/Video Inputs
Video Input
L-Audio-R Inputs
Note: TV sound is always monaural. Left/Right
Audio input is processed into monaural sound
by the TV.
adjust
select
menu
Front panel control menu operation buttons are not
labeled and are not usually available to the guest.
video in
You can use Channel to tune to available channels and
Volume to set the sound level, regardless of the key
defeat setting.
2
4
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F
E
3
L audio R
Guest Remote Key Functions
A brief overview of the keys on the guest remote and what they do
POWER
Turns TV On or Off.
CC (CLOSED CAPTIONING)
Press to access closed captions.
Press ENTER to exit.
VOLUME LEFT/RIGHT
Adjusts the sound level.
ENTER
Press to view the Channel/Time
display or to remove any on-screen
display or menu.
MUTE
Turns sound Off and On, while the
picture remains.
POWER
FLSH
FLASHBK (FLASHBACK)
Returns to the last channel viewed.
E
LUM
VO
NEL
CHAN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
ENTER
TIMER
TIMER
Press repeatedly to choose a TV
turn-off time, up to 4-hours.
Use to pick AM/PM in the Alarm menu.
MUTE
BK
CC
ALARM
CHANNEL (UP/DOWN)
Scrolls through available channels, and
the Video Channel (Audio/Video source).
NUMBER KEYPAD
Selects channels directly: enter channel
numbers and press ENTER to go to new
channel.
ALARM
Press to display menu, then follow onscreen instructions to set a TV turn-on
time.
CH PREVIEW
CHANNEL PREVIEW
Displays the available TV channels, including access to guest’s Parental Control
menu. Allows guest to select the Aux
Channel. (Use the Audio/Video jacks on
the back of the TV as the source of the
picture and sound.)
remote control part number
SC652Z
124-213-18
6710V00108A
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Installer Remote Key Functions
An overview of the keys on the LP702 installer’s remote and what they do
POWER
Turns TV On or Off.
CC (CLOSED CAPTIONING)
Press to access closed captions.
Press ENTER to remove menu.
MUTE
Turns sound Off and On, while the
picture remains.
POWER
BK MUTE
FLSH
CC
FLASHBK (FLASHBACK)
Returns to the last channel viewed.
/FM
TV
TV/FM
Selects TV or Radio on TVs equipped with
FM radio.
VOLUME LEFT/RIGHT
Adjusts the sound levels.
ENTER
Press to view the Channel/Time display or
to remove any on-screen display or menu.
E
LUM
VO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
MENU
ALARM
NUMBER KEYPAD
Selects channels directly and enters
numeric values for some options.
ALARM
Press to go to the Alarm menu. Set a
time for the TV to turn itself on.
SELECT CH PREVIEW
ADJ
ADJ
MENU/SELECT/ADJ (ADJUST)
Press MENU repeatedly to scroll through
either the Installer, or User menus. Use
SELECT to choose an option and ADJ
(adjust) to change the selected option.
remote control part number
LP702
124-213-04
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CHANNEL (UP/DOWN)
Tunes to next available channel.
ENTER
TIMER
TIMER
Press repeatedly to choose a TV
turn-off time, up to 4-hours.
Use to pick AM/PM in the Clock/Alarm
menus, on some TVs.
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CHANNEL PREVIEW
Gives installer access to the guest’s
menus. Displays the available TV channels and hotel guest’s Parental Control
menu.
On-Screen Menus Overview
Descriptions of the menus and on-screen displays on the TV available to the installer
Using the Menu button on the installer’s remote, the installer can access all the menus below.
Menu Name
Page
Description
ON-SCREEN MENUS
SETUP MENU
Adjusts the basic characteristics of the TV
Auto Program
11
Automatically finds and stores active channels in memory to scroll through using Channel Up/Down.
Add/Del/Blnk
16
Picks and chooses which active channels will appear when using Channel Up/Down
Channel Labels
17
Labels available channels with their network names (ABC, CBS, HBO, etc.).
Clock Set
18
Sets the time.
Timer
19
Sets times for the TV to turn itself on and off each day.
Captions
20
Chooses the captioning or text option.
Language
21
Select the language the on-screen menus will appear in.
VIDEO MENU
22
Adjusts the picture settings. The options are: Contrast, Brightness, Color,
Tint, Sharpness, Picture Pref.
PARENTAL
23
Allows installer to block any channel or A/V source for up to 99 hours, with the use of a password.
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OTHER MENUS AND ON-SCREEN DISPLAYS
CONTROL MENU
Channel/Time
Alarm
Sleep Timer
Volume
Captions
Ch Preview
Channel Bank
Shows the current time, channel, video, type of incoming audio signal, and XDS* data if available.
Sets a time for the TV to automatically turn itself on.
Sets the time the TV will turn itself off.
Shows current sound level.
Selects Caption/Text options.
Displays the available channels list, access to Parental Control, and Aux source selection.
Shows currently selected channel bank.
INSTALLER MENUS
INSTALLER MENUS 29
Make adjustment to the TV’s operational features.
*XDS (Extended Data Service) Additional program information provided at the
discretion of the broadcaster. May include: title of broadcast, elapsed time, and time
remaining on program.
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Channel Add/Delete/Blank
SETUP MENU
AUTO PROGRAM
ADD/DEL/BLNK
CH. LABELS
CLOCK SET
TIMER
CAPTIONS
LANGUAGE
Fine-tuning the guest’s channel selection list
1
Press the MENU key on an Installer’s remote so the SETUP MENU
appears.
2
CH 44 ADDED
POWER
BK MUTE
FLSH
Press SELECT repeatedly to go to the Add/Del/Blnk option.
CC
/FM
TV
3
Using either the NUMBER keypad and ENTER or the Channel
Up/Down arrows on the remote, select a channel. (If adding a
deleted channel, you will need to use the number keypad and
ENTER.)
4
Using the Right/Left ADJ arrows, pick whether the channel is
Added, Deleted, or Blank.
5
To continue, select another channel and repeat from Step 3.
When you are finished, press ENTER to remove menu.
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7
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9
TIMER
ADJ
4
If you delete a channel, it isn’t gone for good. Just select it
using the NUMBER keypad on the remote, or add it later.
Mini glossary
ADD
Adds new channels to the list that the guest can scroll through when using the remote.
DELETE
Removes channels for one reason or another from the list that the guest can scroll through.
BLANK
Removes the video signal from a channel so the guest will only receive the audio signal.
ENTER
MENU
ALARM
SELECT CH PREVIEW
2
Notes: You can choose to Add, Delete, or Blank VCR 3, VCR 4,
and Aux. Caution: If you delete CH3, VCR3 is also deleted, if you
delete CH4, VCR4 is also deleted.
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Adding Aux, VCR 3, or VCR 4 to the Channel
Preview List
Go to the Setup menu, select the Add/Del/Blnk option. Use
Channel Up/Down to select the option and choose Added.
Note: If the option was turned off in the Service menu, you will
have to reinstate it before it can appear as an option in the
Channel Preview list.
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ADJ
3
3/5
1
Setting Up Channel Labels
Customizing the channel selection names
Overview
Channel Labels help the user identify the channel or network being viewed.
In the Setup menu with the CH. LABELS option highlighted, use the Adjust
Left/Right arrows to scroll through the available channel labels, such as,
A & E, AMC, ESPN, HBO, etc. These are a series of alphabetically organized preset
labels from which you can choose the more common networks. Use any of these or
create custom labels.
- - - - , The 4 dashes will allow a channel label to appear; if one is provided by
XDS. (Extended data service)
NONE, prevents any channel label from appearing.
LAB 1, thru LAB 20, are the 20 programmable labels.
The 20 programmable labels can be customized for your needs.
Each programmable label has 5 characters spaces available.
SETUP MENU
AUTO PROGRAM
ADD/DEL/BLNK
CH. LABELS
CLOCK SET
TIMER
CAPTIONS
LANGUAGE
CH 32 ABC
POWER
BK MUTE
FLSH
CC
/FM
TV
Creating Custom Channel Labels
First select a channel using the NUMBER keypad and ENTER or the Channel
Up/Down arrows, on an Installer’s remote control. (To select a deleted channel,
use the NUMBER keypad and ENTER.)
To create a channel label, go to the SETUP MENU and select CH. LABELS.
Press the Right/Left ADJ key to scroll the available preset labels. Scroll past - - - , scroll past NONE, to go to the first programmable label slot, LAB 1. (Label 1)
Notice that the label appears with the title LAB 1, and is also on a dark background; which will distinguish it from the preset labels.
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2
3
4
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6
7
8
9
0
TIMER
ENTER
MENU
ALARM
Operating the Menu to Create Custom Labels
SELECT CH PREVIEW
Use Volume Up/Down to select the first letter; when it blinks it is selected.
Press MUTE to clear the label if necessary.
Use Channel Up/Down to change the character to one of the 255 characters available. (A blank letter space is available if required, after the “!” symbol.)
Adjust Left/Right
Volume Up/Down
Channel Up/Down
ENTER
MUTE
Switches to the next label.
- - moves to the next or previous
label.
Selects character spaces
- - moves to the next or previous
character space.
Scrolls through the available
characters.
Accept the channel label and
removes the menu.
Removes current label, inserts NONE
- - if any custom character space is selected.
ADJ
ADJ
You can press and hold down
Channel Up/Down to scroll
through the available
characters rapidly.
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Set the Clock
SETUP MENU
AUTO PROGRAM
ADD/DEL/BLNK
CH. LABELS
CLOCK SET
TIMER
CAPTIONS
LANGUAGE
TO SET CLOCK
CLOCK MENU
AUTO
CLOCK SET
TIME ZONE
DAY. SAVING
AUTO
OFF
ON
USE SELECT TO CHOOSE
USE ADJ
TO CHANGE
SETUP MENU
AUTO PROGRAM
ADD/DEL/BLNK
CH. LABELS
CLOCK SET
TIMER
CAPTIONS
LANGUAGE
AUTO
EASTERN
CENTRAL
MOUNTAIN
PACIFIC
CLOCK MENU
MANUAL
CLOCK SET
TIME SET
TO SET CLOCK
10:43
AM TIMER
USE SELECT TO CHOOSE
USE ADJ
TO CHANGE
Clock Auto/Manual Operating Modes Setup
Use MENU, SELECT, and ADJ Left/Right to choose the Clock menu and to
set up the clock menu options.
Clock Mode
Auto: TV automatically sets the time.
Time Zone: User can choose the time zone or have the
TV set it automatically.
Day. Savings: User can choose to have daylight
savings adjust the clock time one hour, or have the TV
adjust it automatically.
Manual: User sets the time on the clock.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
3
TIMER
Press ENTER repeatedly to remove menus.
The clock can also be set using 24 hour “military time.” For p.m. settings
add 1200. For example, to set 6:30 p.m., add 1200 to 630, = enter 1830.
ENTER
MENU
ALARM
SELECT CH PREVIEW
2
ADJ
ADJ
3
For Auto Clock Set to work, TV must be tuned to a channel that has XDS
data available. Auto Clock Set, sets the time only once while the TV is on.
To set the clock with XDS data, turn TV off, then back on again, or set the
clock time manually.
Mini glossary
TIME
A four-digit figure broken down into hours and minutes, used to enter the current time when setting the clock or wake-up alarm.
HOURS
First two digits that are entered when setting the clock or the wake-up alarm.
MINUTES The last two digits that are entered when setting the clock, or the wake-up alarm.
TIMER
Chooses AM or PM when setting the clock.
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On/Off Timer Setup
SETUP MENU
Set up On/Off Timers
Note: On/Off Timers
operate independently of
each other.
1
AUTO PROGRAM
ADD/DEL/BLNK
CH. LABELS
CLOCK SET
TIMER
CAPTIONS
LANGUAGE
TIMER
ON TIME
9:00 AM
OFF TIME
7:00 PM
ON/OFF TIMER
TO SET TIMER
On the optional HP602 Installer’s remote, press MENU
repeatedly until the Setup menu appears.
ON
POWER
BK MUTE
FLSH
CC
2
/FM
Press SELECT repeatedly to highlight the Timer option, press
the Right arrow.
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Use SELECT to choose an option. Use the number keypad
and/or the Left/Right ADJ arrows to enter the times. Use the
TIMER key to set AM/PM.
Your options are:
• On Time
Sets a time that the TV will turn itself On each day.
• Off Time
Sets a time that the TV will turn itself Off each day.
• On/Off Timer
Enables or disables the On/Off Timer functions. (The On/Off
Timer can be disabled but the settings will be retained.)
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3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
TIMER
ENTER
MENU
ALARM
4
1
SELECT CH PREVIEW
2/3
ADJ
Press ENTER to remove menu and return to TV viewing.
The clock must be set before the Timers will function.
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CHAN
ADJ
2/3
The Off Timer can be used to turn the TV off at the preset time.
Note: No On Timer setting is required to use the Off Timer feature.
Mini glossary
TIME
A four-digit figure broken down into hours and minutes, used to enter the time when setting the clock or programming timers.
HOURS
First two digits that are entered when setting the clock or programming timers.
MINUTES The last two digits that are entered when setting the clock, or programming timers.
TIMER
Choose AM or PM with the TIMER button when setting the clock.
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Captions (Caption/Text Set Up)
Set up Closed Caption/Text options for the user
SETUP MENU
AUTO PROGRAM
ADD/DEL/BLNK
CH. LABELS
CLOCK SET
TIMER
CAPTIONS
LANGUAGE
TO SET CAPTIONS
CAPTIONS SETUP
QUICK/MUTE
OPER. MODE
SEL. CC TYPE
CC CAPTION
CC ON MUTE
CAPTION LOCK
PRESS SELECT TO CHOOSE
PRESS ADJ
TO CHANGE
CAPTION 1
CAPTION 2
CAPTION 3
CAPTION 4
TEXT 1
TEXT 2
TEXT 3
TEXT 4
ON, OFF
ON, OFF
ON, OFF
SETUP MENU
AUTO PROGRAM
ADD/DEL/BLNK
CH. LABELS
CLOCK SET
TIMER
CAPTIONS
LANGUAGE
CAPTIONS SETUP
STANDARD
OPER. MODE
SEL. CC TYPE
CAPTION LOCK
TO SET CAPTIONS
PRESS SELECT TO CHOOSE
PRESS ADJ
TO CHANGE
CAPTION 1
CAPTION 2
CAPTION 3
CAPTION 4
TEXT 1
TEXT 2
TEXT 3
TEXT 4
OFF
ON, OFF
Closed Captions/Text Operating Modes Setup
Use MENU, SELECT, and ADJ Left/Right to choose the Closed Captions/Text
mode and to set up the other menu options for the user.
Quick/Mute
When CC is pressed: User can only turn Captions on/off.
(If CC on Mute is on, shows captions option on mute.)
(If locked, type is retained with Power on/off.)
POWER
BK MUTE
FLSH
CC
/FM
TV
Standard
When CC is pressed: User can choose a captions type.
(If locked, type is retained with Power on/off.)
Press ENTER repeatedly to remove menus.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Standard closed captioning is available using the Caption 1 option.
Caption/Text are features which allow the Concierge TV to receive the closed
caption and/or text options if made available by the broadcaster.
Availability and functionality of Caption/Text options are determined only by each
broadcaster and may not be available in your area.
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Mini glossary
CAPTIONS
The term for the words that scroll across the bottom of your TV screen; usually the audio portion of the program
provided for the hearing impaired.
TEXT
The term for the words that appear in a large black frame and almost cover the entire screen; usually messages
provided by the broadcaster.
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Language
SETUP MENU
Choose the language for the on-screen menus
1
Press the MENU key on the remote control so the Setup
menu appears.
2
Use the SELECT key on the remote control, to highlight Language
on your screen.
3
4
AUTO PROGRAM
ADD/DEL/BLNK
CH. LABELS
CLOCK SET
TIMER
CAPTIONS
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
POWER
BK MUTE
FLSH
CC
/FM
TV
Use the Right/Left ADJ arrow to choose one of the following
options: English, Spanish or French.
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Press ENTER to return to TV viewing.
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CHAN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
TIMER
ENTER
MENU
4
ALARM
SELECT CH PREVIEW
2
ADJ
ADJ
3
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Video Menu
VIDEO MENU
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
COLOR
TINT
SHARPNESS
PICTURE PREF
Use the Video menu to customize the picture appearance
1
PRESET
Press the MENU key repeatedly until the Video menu appears.
Your options are:
• Contrast: Adjusts the level of difference between white and
black in the TV picture. The more contrast, the brighter the
picture appears.
POWER
BK MUTE
FLSH
CC
/FM
TV
• Brightness: Increases or decreases amount of white in the TV
picture.
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• Color: Adjusts levels of all colors in the TV picture.
• Tint: Balances between amounts of red and green in the TV
picture.
• Sharpness: Raises or lowers the definition of the TV picture.
The lower the level, the softer the images will appear.
• Picture Preference: Choose either Custom or Preset. Custom
allows you to set the picture the way you want. Preset moves
all the above options back to their original, factory-set levels.
2
Using SELECT on the installer’s remote control, choose Contrast
on your screen.
3
Using the Right/Left ADJ arrow, change the contrast level to
your preference.
4
Press ENTER, or MENU one more time to return to TV viewing,
or repeat from step two to set the other menu options.
Picture Preference
A
Use SELECT to choose Picture Preference on your screen.
B
Use the Right/Left ADJ arrows, to choose either the original
settings with Preset, or use your own settings with Custom.
Choose the Preset option in Picture Preference to quickly reset the
Video menu settings to their original values.
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CHAN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
ENTER
1
TIMER
ALARM
SELECT CH PREVIEW
2/A
ADJ
3/B
MENU
ADJ
4
Installer Parental Control Menu
If used, this optional feature can “block” undesirable programming from appearing on the TV
Parental Control offers the user a wide variety of options and settings that restrict or “block” the programming that can
appear on the TV. Parental control allows the user the capability of defining which program rating they consider acceptable, to the younger or more sensitive viewer. It can be preset and turned either on or off by the user who specifies the
secret 4-number code, the password. The number of hours blocked are specified. General audience and children viewer
blocks can both be programmed into the TV’s memory. Viewer ratings are specified for both TV and the motion picture
industry; both rating systems can be used. The ratings are based mainly on the ages of children.
Overview
To insure complete coverage for all TV programs, (movies and regular TV shows) choose a rating for MPAA, from the selections AND choose ratings from the TV Parental Guidelines Rating System on pages 36-37, using the Age Block option for
General Audiences and for Children. In addition to those, you may wish to add additional restrictions from the Content
Block menu. See the Parental Control menu, and submenus example on the next page.
Things to Consider before Setting Up Parental Control
Determine which rating you consider acceptable to the viewer. (For example, if you choose TV-PG, all more restrictive ratings will be automatically blocked; the viewer will not be able to see: TV-PG, TV-14, or TV-MA rated programming.)
Do you want to block the auxiliary video source entirely? (Blocks the signal sent by the equipment, such as a VCR, connected to the TV Audio/Video input jacks; in the Aux. Block option.) Or leave unblocked, then choose allowable ratings.
Block program “Content” based on individual parameters such as: Strong Dialog, Mature Language, Sex Scenes, Violence
Scenes, or Fantasy Violence Scenes; in the Content Blk option.
How many hours do you want Parental Control to be active? You can set the Hours option for up to 99 hours.
Select a secret password; in the Set Password option. Use the number keys on the remote. Don’t forget the password, it is
the only way you can access the Parental Control menu and change rating selections, or turn Parental Control off.
Do you want Parental Control to be active all the time? If not, you can turn it on or off; with the Lock On/Off option.
You can set different Parental Control viewing restrictions for general audiences and for children - - both can
be active at the same time.
You cannot disable Parental Control by disconnecting the TV
from power. Block hours remaining will be retained if power is
lost or power cord is disconnected.
Simply specifying one content block such as Sex Scenes,
will not automatically block another content in the programs from appearing.
The AUX input source can also be blocked.
Reset Parental Control Block Hours to Zero and Cancel Password
This provides the lodge staff and the installer a means to reset the TV to normal operation, if a guest
has either forgotten the password or has left Parental Control Block active after checking out.
On the installer’s remote control, press and hold down MENU until the menu disappears (about 6 seconds). Immediately press 9, 8, 7, 6 and then CC. (Based on 0-I INST. SEQ. ‘0’ setting.) This will reset
the Block Hours to Zero and cancel the current 4-number password.
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Installer Parental Control Menu
After you have read the preceding page, follow instructions below to set up and activate Parental Control.
AGE BLOCK
SETUP MENU
GENERAL
CHILDREN
VIDEO MENU
PARENTAL CONTROL
AUX SOURCES
MPAA RATING
AGE BLOCK
CONTENT BLK
SET HOURS
SET PASSWORD
LOCK ON OFF
UNBLOCKED
PRESS CC TO RETURN
CONTENT BLOCK
DIALOG
LANGUAGE
SEX SCENES
VIOLENCE
F VIOLENCE
NO RATING
TO BLOCK
TO BLOCK
UNBLOCKED
PRESS CC TO RETURN
Note: Use the installer’s remote control to
specify Parental Control settings.
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2
3
4
Press MENU repeatedly until the Parental Control Menu appears.
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With the Parental Control menu on-screen, use the SELECT button to
access the MPAA menu and customize the level of restriction.
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Use the Left/Right ADJ arrow to adjust or set the rating for an option,
for example, use the “PG” setting. (See the Mini Glossary, Ratings Charts
on pages 36 and 37 for rating descriptions.)
After you have selected and adjusted the Parental Control menu options
to your preferences:
- Set the number of hours Parental Control will be on.
- Set a 4-number password, using the number keypad.
- Set the Lock On/Off option to either On or Off.
On= Programs will be restricted.
Off= Programs will not be restricted; although restriction
settings will be retained.
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9
ENTER
1
TIMER
MENU
ALARM
SELECT CH PREVIEW
2
ADJ
ADJ
3
Note: Some broadcasts do not include rating information.
Make Parental Control restrictions permanent,
with no preset or fixed hours time limit
use the ADJ Left/Right adjust arrow to set a different
default number of hours.
In the Installer’s Menu, Item 84: PERMANENT BLK, 0 or 1.
0
Blocking restrictions always active, no time limit.
1
Restrictions limited to specified hours, 12 - 99.
To Turn the Parental Control Feature Off/On
Reset the Maximum Number of Parental
Control Default Block Hours
You can change the Block hours from the 12-hour default
setting to up to 99 hours.
In the Installer’s Menu, item:
22-I MAX BLK HRS 12,
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In the Installer’s Menu,
Items: 21-I V-CHIP, 0 or 1, 51-I DIS. VCHIP M., 0 or 1
Options Setups for V-Chip Menu and Block Functions
21-I V-CHIP
51-I DIS. VCHIP M.
0
0
No menu, no blocking.
0
1
No menu, no blocking.
1
0
Shows menu, Block functions.
1
1
No menu, Block functions.
Other Menus & On-Screen Displays
Use the remote keys indicated below to access these menus and displays
ALARM MENU
TIME NOW
6:10 AM
VOLUME
SLEEP TIMER
3:11 PM
OFF
TIMER
PRESS TIMER
PRESS DIGITS TO SET TIME
TIMER TO SELECT AM/PM
Volume Display
Press VOLUME. Shows currently
selected sound setting.
Alarm Menu
Press ALARM. Sets a time the TV
will turn itself on.
Ch 25 - PBS
7:15 PM
OLD TIME MOVIES
LENGTH 01:00
TIME LEFT 00:36
Channel/Time/XDS Display
Press ENTER. Shows currently
selected channel or source, current
time if the clock has been set,
incoming audio signal, and XDS
data (if available).
Sleep Timer Menu
Press TIMER. Shows remaining time
before TV shutoff. Choose a preset
time for TV turn-off.
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9
20
32
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AUX
CC
CAPTION 1 IS ON
Closed Captions Menu
Press CC. Turns selected option on
or off. See Caption/Text page to
select options.
CH
CC
CHANNEL PREVIEW
------------------TO SELECT, ENTER TO QUIT
FOR PARENTAL CONTROL
Ch Preview Menu
Press CH PREV. Displays list of the
available TV Channels, Guest
Parental Control menu, and used to
select Auxiliary input source.
CHANNEL BANK
BANK 3
Channel Banks Menu
Press SOURCE/BANK on an Installer
remote equipped with those keys.
Accesses the Channel Banks menus:
Bank 1, Bank 2, Bank 3, Bank 4.
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Managing the Channel Banks
The TV has four channel banks, where the administrator or installer can store groups of TV channels
Note: Channel banks set up requires an installer’s remote with “Source” or “Bank” keys like the Zenith
MBR3447, or a similar remote.
PLANNING THE CHANNEL BANKS
Generally, TV channels are grouped into “program packages” with terms that are proposed to the end user. The
user then opts for a package. Below is an example of how
TV channels may be grouped.
You may plan your package by using a chart like the one
after the following page.
Remember, you can “blank” a channel for accommodating
audio-only, such as an FM radio station or in-house communication.
Sometimes, only one or two channel banks may be needed. You may leave any unused bank with the channels
entered during Auto Program; or, you may delete the channels. However, you may want to leave at least one channel
in any unused bank. Then, if someone selects an “unused”
bank, that channel will assure them that the TV is functional.
ADDING / DELETING CHANNELS
A previously prepared programming chart is helpful.
1. Run Auto Program (in the Setup menu). All channels
found on your cable/antenna will be entered in Channel
Banks 1, 2, 3, and 4.
Note: Be advised that running Auto Program overwrites
any custom channel setups; removes Blanked, Deleted.
2. Select a channel bank with an installer remote - -press
SOURCE/BANK (and repeat). CHANNEL BANK and BANK
number will be displayed.
3. Use the ADD/DEL/BLNK item (also in the Setup menu)
to customize your program package. You may delete channels or add some that have not been entered. You can also
“Blank” a channel for accommodating an audio-only program source or in-house communication. See the
“ADD/DEL/BLNK” menu page for more details.
Note: The Blank Channel feature is global. A channel will
be blanked in all channel banks.
4. Repeat steps 2, and 3 to program another channel
bank.
Note: Some channels from factory testing may be in the
channel banks if you have not yet run Auto Program.
CHANNEL BANK
Channel Bank
Program package
BANK 1
1
Basic cable channels
2
Extended cable channels
3
Extended with premium channels
4
Other cable service options
(Grouping is provided as an example only.)
The BLNK (blank) channel function is “global” -- the same
channel number is blanked in channel banks 1, 2, 3, and 4.
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Channel Bank Number Display
Managing the Channel Banks
Examples of typical channel banks charts
Figure 1. Typical channel banks after running Auto Program
B Purpose
A
N
K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Channel Number
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
1
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
2
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
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A
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A
3
A
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4
A
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A
A
A
A
A = Active - - Channel was found during AUTO PROGRAM
Figure 2. Typical channel banks after running Auto Program, and customizing with Add/Del/Blnk
B Purpose
A
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K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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Channel Number
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
1
Basic
BC A
A
A
A
A
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
2
Extend
BC A
A
A
A
A
A
D
A
A
D
A
A
A
D
D
D
D
3
All CTV
BC A
A
A
A
A
A
D
A
A
D
A
A
A
A
D
A
A
4
Other
BC A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A = Active
D = Deleted
BC = Blanked Channel
Channel was found during AUTO PROGRAM
Channel was deleted using Add/ Del option.
Channel was blanked using BLANK channel option (ADD/DEL/BLNK).
ADDING / DELETING CHANNELS
It is best to do ADD / DEL customizing before doing “BLNK.”
ADD and DEL (not BLNK) can be used independently for channel banks 1, 2, 3, and 4.
AUTO PROGRAM enters the same channels in banks 1, 2, 3,
and 4.
A channel blanked, is blanked in all channel banks.
Channel allocations in tuning bands:
AUTO PROGRAM removes any channels previously customized
with ADD / DEL / BLNK. The channels available on your
antenna / cable will be entered, and any channels previously
entered but not currently available will be deleted.
BROADCAST: 2 – 69
CABLE – CATV, HRC or ICC: 1 – 125
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Managing the Channel Banks
PLAN YOUR CHANNEL BANKS BY FILLING IN THESE CHARTS (or use photocopies).
B Purpose
A
N
K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Channel Number
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
1
2
3
4
B Purpose
A
N
K
Channel Number
26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50
1
2
3
4
B Purpose
A
N
K
Channel Number
51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75
1
2
3
4
B Purpose
A
N
K
Channel Number
76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100
1
2
3
4
B Purpose
Channel Number
A
101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 FM
N
K
1
2
3
4
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Installer’s Menus
Use the Installer Menu to set up or change operational settings
See descriptions of the Installer items on the following pages...
0IMCRMI039A 01.66
01
0-I
0
Accessing the Installer’s Menu
Installer’s menu items can be accessed by using the optional LP702 installer’s remote
control. Just press and hold MENU (about 8 seconds) until the display changes, then
press 9, 8, 7, 6, then ENTER. To exit the Installer’s Menu, press ENTER again. Any
changes you make will be stored in nonvolatile memory.
The Installer’s menu opens with item 0-I, INST. SEQ. Use the SELECT key to sequence
through the available menu items. Or, access an item directly by entering the line
number, then pressing MENU. For example, to access the Sleep Timer option which is
on line 15-I, press 15, then MENU. To change a setting use the Left/Right ADJ keys.
Items 0-I - 86-I are immediately accessible only upon entering the Installer’s Menu.
Their numbers, descriptions, ranges, factory default settings, and a place for listing
any changes made on-site are given below and on the following pages. A Factory
Menu that is intended for qualified service technicians only, is not shown. Normally
Factory menu items do not require adjustment.
Installer Menu Items 0-I through 25-I
Function
SN: XXXX-XXXXXXXX
UPN: XXX-XXX-XXX-XXX
XX/XX/XX TE = 10110000
Typical Installer Menu
Using the Installer’s Menu
Menu Item
INST. SEQ.
XX-F Menu Items (Not
shown here) are servicetype adjustments and only
qualified technicians having
specialized test equipment
should access them.
Value Range
Default Value
0-I.
INSTALLER. SEQ
0-3
0
Brief Description of Function and Comments
Leave default set 0.
1-I.
POWER MANAGE
0-7
0
Sets number of hours of no activity before auto shutoff.
2-I.
AC ON
0/1
0
Set to 1 to enable auto turn on at power up.
3-I.
BAND/AFC
0-7
0
Tuning band, see detailed descriptions.
4-I.
STRT CHANNEL
0 - 255
255
Channel at turn on (255 tune to last channel before turn off).
5-I.
CHAN LOCK
0/1
0
When set to 1, cannot tune from current channel.
6-I.
GHOST CH
0/1
0
Set to 1 to enable Ghost Channel display.
7-I.
START VOLUME
0 - 63, 255
255
Volume level at TV turn-on (Set 255 to retain last volume level).
8-I.
MIN VOLUME
0 - 63
0
Minimum volume setting.
9-I.
MAX VOLUME
0 - 63
63
Maximum volume setting.
10-I.
MUTE DISABLE
0/1
0
Set to 1 to disable mute function.
11-I.
KEY DEFEAT
0/1
0
Set to 1 to disable Menu, Select, and Adj keys on front panel.
12-I.
IR BANKS EN.
0/1
0
Set to 1: enables TV to respond to IR codes to change Channel Bank directly.
13-I.
SCAN MODE
0/1
0
Puts On-Off in Ch Up/Down sequence.
14-I.
STRT CH IN SM
0/1
0
Set to 1 to put TV on/off below start channel number.
15-I.
SLEEP TIMER
0/1
1
Set to 1 to enable Sleep Timer.
16-I.
EN. TIMER
0/1
1
Set to 1 to enable Timer.
17-I.
ALARM
0/1
1
Set to 1 to enable Alarm.
18-I.
NOT USED
19-I.
NOT USED
20-I.
FEATURE LEVEL
0/1
1 Zen 1
Leave default set 1 (1 Zen 1).
21-I.
V-CHIP
0/1
1
Set to 1 to enable V-Chip
22-I.
MAX BLK HRS
0 - 99
12
Select number of Parental Control blocking hours.
23-I.
CAPTION LOCK
0/1
0
Set to 1 to retain Caption setting at turn off.
24-I.
TEXT MODE
0/1
1
Set to 1 to add Text option to closed caption menu.
25-I.
NOT USED
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Installer Menus
Installer Menu Items 26-I through 63-I
Menu Item
Function
26-I.
NOT USED
27-I.
NOT USED
28-I.
CH. OVER RIDE
29-I.
NOT USED
30-I.
NOT USED
31-I.
NOT USED
32-I.
NOT USED
33-I.
NOT USED
34-I.
NOT USED
35-I.
NOT USED
36-I.
NOT USED
37-I.
NOT USED
38-I.
NOT USED
39-I.
NOT USED
40-I.
AUTO CAMPORT
41-I.
NOT USED
42-I.
NOT USED
43-I.
NOT USED
44-I.
NOT USED
45-I.
NOT USED
46-I.
NOT USED
47-I.
NOT USED
48-I.
DIS. SETUP M.
49-I.
NOT USED
50-I.
Value Range Default Value
Brief Description of Function and Comments
0/1
1
When set to 0, limits direct access to favorite channels.
0/1
1
Set to 1 to automatically switch to Camport.
0/1
0
Set to 1 to disable Setup menu.
DIS. VIDEO M.
0/1
0
Set to 1 to disable Video menu.
51-I.
DIS. VCHIP M.
0/1
0
Set to 1 to disable V-Chip (Parental Control) menu.
52-I.
NOT USED
53-I.
DIS. CH-TIME M.
0/1
0
Set to 1 to disable Channel-Time display.
54-I.
EN. SET. COL.
0/1
0
Set to 1 to enable custom color for Setup menu.
55-I.
FOR. SETUP M.
0-7
6
Custom foreground color for the Setup menu.
56-I.
BCK. SETUP M.
0-7
4
Custom background color for the Setup menu.
57-I.
NOT USED
58-I.
NOT USED
59-I.
NOT USED
60-I.
EN. VIDEO COL.
0/1
0
Set to 1 to enable custom color for the Video menu.
61-I.
FOR. VIDEO M.
0-7
4
Custom foreground color for the Video menu.
62-I.
BCK VIDEO M.
0-7
7
Custom background color for the Video menu.
63-I.
EN. PTL. COL.
0/1
0
Set to 1 to enable custom color for the V-Chip (Parental Control) menu.
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Installer Menus
Installer Menu Items 64-I through 86-I
Menu Item
Value Range
Default Value
64-I.
Function
FOR. PTL. M.
0-7
6
Custom foreground color for the V-Chip (Parental Control) menu.
Brief Description of Function and Comments
65-I.
BCK. PTL. M.
0-7
4
Custom background color for the V-Chip (Parental Control) menu.
66-I.
NOT USED
67-I.
NOT USED
68-I.
NOT USED
69-I.
EN. CH-T COL.
0/1
1
Set to 1 to enable custom color for the Channel-Time display.
70-I.
FOR. CH-T COL
0-7
1
Custom foreground color for the Channel-Time display.
71-I.
BCK. CH-T COL
0-7
1
Custom background color for the Channel-Time display.
72-I.
NOT USED
73-I.
CH NOT AVBLE
0/1
0
When set to 1 and channel override is 0, “NOT AVAILABLE” message is displayed
when direct accessing a channel not in the favorite channel list.
74-I.
CH-TIME SIZE
0/1
0
When set to 1 and transparent background is selected for Channel-Time display,
(foreground color = background color and custom color enabled) a large channel
number is displayed instead of the normal Channel-Time display.
75-I.
NOT USED
76-I.
DEFEAT XDS
0/1
0
When set to 1, XDS display program information will not appear.
77-I.
NOT USED
78-I.
UPN MSB
0 - 255
255
User programmable number, most significant byte. (Line-Day
79-I.
UPN MSB-1
0 - 255
255
User programmable number, most significant byte - 1. (Week)
80-I.
UPN MSB-2
0 - 255
255
User programmable number, most significant byte - 2. (SN-HIGH)
81-I.
UPN LSB
0 - 255
255
User programmable number, least significant byte. (SN-LOW)
82-I.
NOT USED
83-I.
NOT USED
84-I.
PERMANENT BLK
0/1
0
85-I.
A. MUTE TIME
0 - 254
50
Controls muting audio delay time when switching between AUX sources.
86-I.
V. MUTE TIME
0 - 254
50
Controls muting video delay time when switching between AUX sources.
Remove block hours setting for Parental Control and make blocks permanent.
Detailed Descriptions of Installer Menu Items
0-I. INSTALLER SEQUENCE
Gives access to Installer Menu depending on the code selected.
0 = 9876
2 = 1478
1 = 4321
3 = 3698
1-I. POWER MANAGE (Power Management)
Determines hours of no activity before automatic shutoff. The
POWER MANAGE function is for saving energy. When set to 0,
Power Manage is OFF. Settings range from 0 - 7, with 1 - 7 repre-
senting the hours that the TV will remain on, unless there has
been activity from either the control panel or remote control.
2-I. AC ON (AC Power Switchable)
Allows the TV to turn ON just by applying AC power. Pressing the
ON button is not necessary. This is desirable when the TV is
plugged into a cable box or a power outlet controlled by a wall
switch. Use ADJUST to select 0 or 1, where 0 is the default is
OFF, and 1 is ON.
NOTE: When set to 1 (ON), the TV does not respond to ON/OFF
commands from either the remote or the control panel, and the
SLEEP TIMER is also nonfunctional.
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Installer Menus
Installer Menu Items 3-I through 13-I: Detailed Descriptions
3-I. BAND/AFC (Band/Automatic Frequency Control)
There are 8 possible settings for this option:
0
5
6
7
=
=
=
=
Broadcast Fixed
CATV Fixed
HRC Fixed
ICC Fixed
4
1
2
3
=
=
=
=
Broadcast AFC
CATV AFC
HRC AFC
ICC AFC
Channels are accessed faster when fixed modes are used. The AFC
(search modes) should only be used when some channels are not
on nominal frequencies.
NOTE: BAND is automatically set by AUTO PROGRAM.
If some channels were not found by AUTO PROGRAM, select the
appropriate AFC setting here and add the channels using the
ADD/DEL option in the Setup Menu.
4-I. STRT CHANNEL (Start Channel)
When active, this function allows you to determine the initial
channel number when the TV is turned ON. This feature is useful
for an in-house information channel, since the TV would always
select that channel when it is turned on. Setting this to 255,
causes the last channel viewed when TV was turned off to be the
tuned to channel when the TV is turned on again.
The range of values is 0 - 255. Use (adjust) keys to choose numbers that determine the start channel.
5-I. CHAN LOCK (Channel Lock)
CHAN LOCK is ideal if a cable box (or similar) is the sole source
for programming—and the TV must always be on the same channel. Changing channels with Channel Up/Down or keypad numbers is impossible. Channel Lock is inactive when set to 0
(default).
Generally, this feature is used in conjunction with START CHANNEL (item 4-I.) where the start channel may, for example, be set
to 3 or 4. If the start channel is 3, then the TV will remain on
channel 3. NOTE: When CHANNEL LOCK is active and CHANNEL
OVERIDE is disabled, AUTO PROGRAM is not active.
6-I. GHOST CH (Ghost Channel)
When set to 1, the current channel number is displayed in the
upper right corner of the CRT. The number moves slightly to prevent damage to the screen. The default is “0” or OFF.
NOTE: When captions are on, the “ghost channel” is not displayed.
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7-I. START VOLUME
This function allows the Installer to determine the initial volume
level setting when the TV is turned ON. This feature is useful for
an in-house information channel, since the TV would always
select that volume level when it is turned on. The range of values
are 0 - 63, 255. If 255 is selected, the current volume level will
be retained in memory when the TV is turned off; at TV turn on,
volume level is automatically set to the previous or last level.
8-I. MIN VOLUME (Minimum Volume)
This function determines the minimum volume level allowable
with the VOLUME (VOL) Up/Down control. In this way, for example, someone cannot set the volume too low to hear. The range is
from 0 to 63—change values with ADJ (Adjust). The factory
default is 0, which provides full range of volume control. It may
be best to set the same value on every TV.
NOTE: The minimum volume level cannot have a value setting
higher than in the MAX VOLUME level (described below).
9-I. MAX VOLUME (Maximum Volume)
This function determines the maximum volume level allowable
with the VOLUME VOL Up/Down control. In this way, for example,
someone cannot set the volume level high enough to disturb others. The range is 0 to 63, with 63 as the default which gives the
user the full range of volume control. Change values with ADJUST
keys. It may be best to set the same value on every TV.
NOTE: The maximum volume level cannot have a value setting
lower than the MIN VOLUME level (described above).
10-I. MUTE DISABLE
Enables or disables sound mute function. Set to 1, sound cannot
be muted. Set to 0, sound can be Muted.
11-I. KEY DEFEAT (Keyboard Defeat)
When set to 1, it prevents the end user from accessing screen
menus on the front panel—MENU, SELECT, and ADJUST do not
function. When set to 0, those keys are functional. The menus
can always be accessed with MENU on the remote.
12-I. IR BANKS EN.
For direct access to a particular Channel Bank. When enabled,
installer can access a channel bank by inputting the IR code for
the bank.
13-I. SCAN MODE
Allows variation in setting the On/Off with Channel UP/DOWN.
You may opt for TV channels only, or TV channels + Off/ON with
these settings for Scan Mode:
Installer Menus
Installer Menu Items 14-I through 40-I: Detailed Descriptions
Scan mode
0
1
Characteristics
Channel up/down keys change channels only.
Channel down below the lowest channel (or
channel up higher than the highest) and TV
turns off.
14-I. STRT CH IN SM
When set to 1, installs TV on/off event below the start channel at
TV turn on.
15-I. SLEEP TIMER
When set to 1, the Sleep Timer feature may be used (but no message is displayed prior to turn-off). When set to 0, the Sleep
Timer is not available.
Set to 1 to restore previous caption On/Off state after TV turns
off. When set to 0, captions are always off, when TV is initially
turned on.
24-I. TEXT MODE
Determines whether TEXT 1, TEXT 2, TEXT 3, or TEXT 4 decoding is
enabled when TEXT is turned on (either from the Setup Menu or
directly with CC on the remote).
TIP: Set Text Mode to 1 only if text is offered in your video
system.
25-I. NOT USED
26-I. NOT USED
27-I. NOT USED
16-I. EN. TIMER
Set to 1, Timer functions are available to user. Set to 0 to disable
Timer functions. (Clock must be set in order to use Timers.)
17-I. ALARM
Gives you the option of making the alarm function available to
the user. Set to 1, Alarm function is available to user. Set to 0 to
disable the Alarm function.
Note: Clock must be set in order to set the Alarm.
28-I. CH. OVERRIDE (Channel Override)
When set to 1, the user can select channels with either Channel
up/down or by direct number keypad entry. When set to 0, only
those channels that are entered for scanning may be selected by
keypad entry. Note: If set to 0, Auto Program is locked; (as shown
on Setup menu) channel search is not available.
29-I. NOT USED
18-I. NOT USED
30-I. NOT USED
19-I. NOT USED
31-I. NOT USED
20-I. FEATURE LEVEL
Default set to ZEN 1 for Zenith IR remote control operation. Set O,
P LBL for Zenith Private Label IR remote control operation.
Warning: Do not set to “0” or remote will not control TV.
32-I. NOT USED
33-I. NOT USED
34-I. NOT USED
Note: Installer should leave Item 20-I set to 1.
35-I. NOT USED
36-I. NOT USED
21-I. V-CHIP
Set to 1 to activate V-Chip (Parental Control); have it available to
user to filter or control or restrict programming content. Set to 0
to turn V-Chip feature off, not available to user; no programming
restrictions can be set.
37-I. NOT USED
38-I. NOT USED
39-I. NOT USED
22-I. MAX BLK HRS
Set to 0 to 99 for the maximum V-Chip (Parental Control) block
hours. Default is 12 blocking hours.
23-I. CAPTION LOCK
40-I. AUTO CAMPORT
Set to 1 to automatically switch to Camport when equipment is
connected to front Video input.
Set to 0 to disable front Video automatic source selection.
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Installer Menus
Installer Menu Items 41-I through 69-I: Detailed Descriptions
41-I. NOT USED
42-I. NOT USED
56-I. BCK. SETUP M. (Setup Menu Background Color)
0 = Black
3 = Yellow
6 = Cyan
1 = Red
4 = Blue
7 = White
2 = Green
5 = Violet
43-I. NOT USED
57-I. NOT USED
44-I. NOT USED
58-I. NOT USED
45-I. NOT USED
59-I. NOT USED
46-I. NOT USED
47-I. NOT USED
48-I. DIS. SETUP M.
Set to 1 to disable the Setup menu. Setup menu will not appear.
Set to 0 to enable the Setup menu.
49-I. NOT USED
50-I. DIS. VIDEO M.
Set to 1 to disable the Video menu. Video menu will not appear.
Set to 0 to enable the Video menu.
51-I. DIS. VCHIP M.
Set to 1 to disable the Source menu. Source menu will not
appear.
Set to 0 to enable the Source menu.
52-I. NOT USED
53-I. DIS. CH-TIME
Set to 1 to disable the Channel-Time display. Channel-Time display will not appear.
Set to 0 to enable the Channel-Time display.
54-I. EN. SET. COL.
Set to 1 to enable custom color settings for the Setup menu.
Set to 0 to disable custom color settings for the Setup menu.
60-I. EN. VIDEO. COL.
Set to 1 to enable custom color settings for the Video menu.
Set to 0 to disable custom color settings for the Video menu.
61-I. FOR. VIDEO M. (Video Menu Foreground Color)
0 = Black
3 = Yellow
6 = Cyan
1 = Red
4 = Blue
7 = White
2 = Green
5 = Violet
62-I. BCK. VIDEO. COL. (Video Menu Background Color)
0 = Black
3 = Yellow
6 = Cyan
1 = Red
4 = Blue
7 = White
2 = Green
5 = Violet
63-I. EN. PTL. COL.
Set to 1 to enable custom color settings for the V-Chip menu.
Set to 0 to disable custom color settings for the V-Chip menu.
64-I. FOR. PTL. M. (V-Chip Menu Foreground Color)
0 = Black
3 = Yellow
6 = Cyan
1 = Red
4 = Blue
7 = White
2 = Green
5 = Violet
65-I. BCK. PTL. M. (V-Chip Menu Background Color)
0 = Black
3 = Yellow
6 = Cyan
1 = Red
4 = Blue
7 = White
2 = Green
5 = Violet
66-I. NOT USED
67-I. NOT USED
55-I. FOR. SETUP M. (Setup Menu Foreground Color)
Set according to Color Chart.
0 = Black
3 = Yellow
6 = Cyan
1 = Red
4 = Blue
7 = White
2 = Green
5 = Violet
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68-I. NOT USED
69-I. EN. CH-T COL.
Set to 1 to enable custom color for the Channel-Time display.
Set to 0 to disable custom color for the Channel-Time display.
Installer Menus
Installer Menu Items 70-I through 86-I: Detailed Descriptions
70-I. FOR. CH-TIME (Channel-Time Display Foreground Color)
0 = Black
3 = Yellow
6 = Cyan
1 = Red
4 = Blue
7 = White
2 = Green
5 = Violet
Note: If foreground and background color are the same, menu
background is transparent.
71-I. BCK. CH-TIME (Channel-Time Display Background Color)
0 = Black
3 = Yellow
6 = Cyan
1 = Red
4 = Blue
7 = White
2 = Green
5 = Violet
Note: If foreground and background color are the same, menu
background is transparent.
79-I. UPN MSB-1
User programmable number, most significant byte-1 readable by
M.P.I. command. (Week)
NOTE: M.P.I. interface is not available on this TV.
80-I. UPN MSB-2
User programmable number, most significant byte-2 readable by
M.P.I. command.
NOTE: M.P.I. interface is not available on this TV. (SN-HIGH)
81-I. UPN LSB
User programmable number, least significant byte readable by
M.P.I. command. (SN-LOW)
NOTE: M.P.I. interface is not available on this TV.
72-I. NOT USED
82-I. NOT USED
73-I. CH NOT AVBLE
When set to 1 and channel override is set to 0, “NOT AVAILABLE”
message is displayed when direct accessing a channel not in the
favorite channel list.
74-I. CH-TIME SIZE
When set to 1 and transparent background is selected for
Channel-Time display, (foreground color = background color and
custom color enabled) a large channel number is displayed
instead of the normal Channel-Time display.
75-I. NOT USED
76-I. DEFEAT XDS
Set to 1 to disable XDS display. Set to 0 to enable XDS display.
77-I. NOT USED
83-I. NOT USED
84-I. PERMANENT BLK
Allows Parental Control blocking schemes to be permanent by
removing the blocking hours function.
Set to 1 to install Parental Control blocking restrictions permanently.
Set to 0 for user-specified hours control of blocking schemes.
85-I. A. MUTE TIME
Controls audio muting delay time when switching between AUX
sources. Range is 0 to 254 msec.
86-I. V. MUTE TIME
Controls video muting delay time when switching between AUX
sources. Range is 0 to 254 msec.
78-I. UPN MSB
User programmable number, most significant byte readable by
M.P.I. command. (Line - Day)
NOTE: M.P.I. interface is not available on this TV.
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Parental Control Menu
This optional feature can be used to “block” undesirable programming from appearing on your TV.
This TV offers the user a wide variety of options and settings that restrict or “block” the programming that can appear on
the TV. Parental control allows the user the capability of defining which program rating they consider acceptable, to the
younger or more sensitive viewer. It can be preset and turned either on or off by the user who specifies the secret 4-number code, the password. The number of hours blocked are specified. General audience and children viewer blocks can both
be programmed into the TV’s memory. Viewer ratings are specified for both TV and the motion picture industry; both rating systems can be used. The ratings are based mainly on the ages of children.
Overview
To insure complete coverage for all TV programs, (movies and regular TV shows) choose a rating for MPAA, from the selections below AND choose ratings from the TV Parental Guidelines Rating System on the next page, using the Age Block
option for General Audiences, and for Children. In addition to those, you may wish to add additional restrictions from the
Content Block menu. See the Parental Control menu, and submenus example on the next page.
Things to Consider before Setting Up Parental Control
Determine which rating you consider acceptable to the viewer. (For example, if you choose TV-PG, all more restrictive ratings will be automatically blocked; the viewer will not be able to see: TV-PG, TV-14, or TV-MA rated programming.)
Do you want to block the auxiliary video source entirely? (Blocks the signal sent by the equipment, such as a VCR, connected to the TV Audio/Video input jacks; in the Aux. Block option.) Or leave unblocked, then choose allowable ratings.
Block program “Content” based on individual parameters such as: Strong Dialog, Mature Language, Sex Scenes, Violence
Scenes, or Fantasy Violence Scenes; in the Content Blk option.
How many hours do you want Parental Control to be active? You can set the Hours option for up to 99 hours.
Select a secret password; in the Set Password option. Use the number keys on the remote. Don’t forget the password, it is
the only way you can access the Parental Control menu and change rating selections, or turn Parental Control off.
Do you want Parental Control to be active all the time? If not, you can turn it on or off; with the Lock On/Off option.
You can set different Parental Control viewing restrictions for general audiences and for children - - both
can be active at the same time.
You cannot disable Parental Control by disconnecting the TV
from power. Block hours remaining will be retained if power is
lost or power cord is disconnected.
Simply specifying one content block such as Sex
Scenes, will not automatically block another content
in the programs from appearing.
The AUX input source can also be blocked.
Mini glossary
MOTION PICTURE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA (MPAA) RATING SYSTEM
G
PG
PG-13
R
NC-17
X
General Audiences
Parental Guidance
Suggested
Parental Guidance
Suggested
Restricted viewing
Restricted Viewing
Hard Core Films
Content not offensive to most viewers.
Content is such that parents may not want their children to view the program.
Program is inappropriate for preteens, with a greater degree of offensive material
than a PG rated program.
Not for children under age 17. Strong elements of sex and/or violence.
Not for children under age 17 under any circumstances. Strong sexual content.
Same as NC-17 rating.
Note: Zenith Electronics Corporation is not liable for any program content that appears when using this rating system; as always, user
discretion is advised.
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Parental Control Menu
After you have read the preceding page, follow instructions below to set up and activate Parental Control
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9
20
32
44
AUX
CH
CC
CHANNEL PREVIEW
------------------TO SELECT, ENTER TO QUIT
FOR PARENTAL CONTROL
PARENTAL CONTROL
AUX SOURCES
MPAA RATING
AGE BLOCK
CONTENT BLK
SET HOURS
SET PASSWORD
LOCK ON OFF
1
Press CH PREVIEW.
2
Use CHANNEL Up/Down to highlight PARENTAL CONTROL.
3
4
Press ADJ Right arrow to go to Parental Control menu.
CONTENT BLOCK
DIALOG
LANGUAGE
TV-MA
SEX SCENES
VIOLENCE
F VIOLENCE
NO RATING
TO BLOCK
PRESS CC TO RETURN
POWER
BK MUTE
FLSH
CC
/FM
TV
Use SELECT to highlight an option like CONTENT BLOCK.
E
LUM
VO
5
6
Press ADJ Right arrow to go to the CONTENT BLOCK menu.
7
Press ADJ Right arrow to choose: Unblocked, TV-PG AND
ABOVE, TV-14 AND ABOVE, or TV-MA. (AND ABOVE means
more restrictive headings are automatically included when
you choose a low restriction setting like TV-PG.) See the Mini
Glossary, Ratings Charts on this and the previous page for
rating meanings.
Use SELECT to highlight an option like SEX SCENES.
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2
3
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9
0
TIMER
8
After you have selected and adjusted the parental control
menu options to your preferences:
- Set the number of hours Parental Control will be on.
- Set a 4-number password, using the number keypad.
- Set the Lock On/Off option to either On or Off.
Note: some broadcasts do not contain rating information.
NEL
CHAN
2
ENTER
ALARM
MENU
SELECT CH PREVIEW
4/6
ADJ
1
ADJ
3/5/7
Mini glossary
TV PARENTAL GUIDELINE RATING SYSTEM
TV-G
General Audience
Considered suitable for all audiences; children may watch unattended.
TV-PG
Parental Guidance Suggested
Unsuitable for younger children, may contain: Suggestive Dialog, Mature Language, Sex, and Violence Scenes.
TV-14
Parents Strongly Cautioned
Unsuitable for children under 14, may contain: Strong Dialog, Mature Language, Sex, and Violence Scenes.
TV-MA
Mature Audience Only
Adults only, may contain: Strong Dialog, Mature Language, Sex, and Violence Scenes.
CHILDREN’S CLASSIFICATIONS
TV-Y
Children
Considered suitable for all children under 7 years old.
TV-Y7
Children 7 and over
Considered suitable for children over 7, may contain Fantasy Violence Scenes.
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Parental Control Menu
Typical Parental Control Menu Structure
AGE BLOCK
SETUP MENU
GENERAL
CHILDREN
VIDEO MENU
PARENTAL CONTROL
AUX SOURCES
MPAA RATING
AGE BLOCK
CONTENT BLK
SET HOURS
SET PASSWORD
LOCK ON OFF
TO BLOCK
TO BLOCK
UNBLOCKED
PRESS CC TO RETURN
CONTENT BLOCK
DIALOG
LANGUAGE
SEX SCENES
VIOLENCE
F VIOLENCE
NO RATING
UNBLOCKED
PRESS CC TO RETURN
PARENTAL CONTROL
AUX SOURCES
MPAA
AGE BLOCK
CONTENT BLK
SET HOURS
SET PASSWORD
LOCK ON OFF
TO BLOCK
Unblocked
Blocked
Unblocked
G and Above
PG and Above
PG-13 and Above
R and Above
NC-17 and Above
X
Unblocked
TV-G and Above
TV-PG and Above
TV-14 and Above
TV-MA
Unblocked
TV-Y and Above
TV-Y7
General
Children
Dialog
Language
Sex Scenes
Violence
F Violence
No Rating
00 Hours
Unblocked
TV-PG and Above
TV-14 and Above
TV-MA
Unblocked
TV-Y7
Unblocked
Blocked
To Set
Enter Code: - - - On
Off
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Menus & On-Screen Displays
Press the remote keys indicated below to access these menus and displays.
ALARM MENU
TIME NOW
SLEEP TIMER
3:11 PM
6:10 AM
OFF
TIMER
PRESS TIMER
VOLUME
PRESS DIGITS TO SET TIME
TIMER TO SELECT AM/PM
Volume Display
Press VOLUME. Shows currently
selected sound setting.
Alarm Menu
Press ALARM. Sets the time the TV
will automatically turn itself on.
Ch 25 - PBS
7:15 PM
OLD TIME MOVIES
LENGTH 01:00
TIME LEFT 00:36
Channel/Time Display
Press ENTER. Shows currently
selected channel or source, current
time if the clock has been set,
incoming audio signal, and XDS
data if provided by broadcaster.
Sleep Timer Menu
Press TIMER. Shows remaining time
before TV shutoff. Choose a preset
time for TV turn-off.
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20
32
44
AUX
CC
CAPTION 1 IS ON
Closed Captions Menu
Press CC. Turns Caption/Text option
On and Off.
CH
CC
CHANNEL PREVIEW
------------------TO SELECT, ENTER TO QUIT
FOR PARENTAL CONTROL
Ch Preview Menu
Press CH PREV. Displays list of the
available TV Channels, Guest
Parental Control menu, also used to
select Auxiliary input source.
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Maintenance
Routine TV cabinet and screen cleaning
Careful and regular cleaning can extend the the useful service life of the TV. Be sure to turn the power off and pull out
the plug before you begin any cleaning.
Screen Cleaning
1. Here’s a great way to keep the dust off the screen for a while. Wet a soft cloth in a mixture of lukewarm water
and a little fabric softener or dish washing detergent. Wring the cloth until it’s almost dry, and then use it to
wipe the screen.
2. Make sure the excess water is off the screen, and then let it air-dry before turning it on.
Cabinet Cleaning
1. Use a soft cloth with a mild soap solution to wipe the cabinet. (Avoid using any harsh, industrial strength variety of cleaner.)
2. Rinse the cloth and wipe the cabinet again.
3. Let the cabinet air-dry before turning the Concierge TV on.
Wood Cabinet
Use a quality wood cleaner and polish. This will protect the TV from dirt and dust, as well as keep the cabinet
looking new.
Extended Absence
If the TV is to be left dormant for a long time, it’s a good idea to unplug the power cord to protect against possible damage from lightning or power surges. If you use an off-air antenna, you may also want to disconnect it from
the back of the TV.
If you unplug the TV, you may have to reset the clock using the Clock Set menu described earlier.
See page 18.
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Troubleshooting
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
Snowy picture and unclear sound.
• Check antenna connection or location.
• Check cable input.
• Check to see if the TV/VCR button on VCR has the TV selected.
Multiple images or ‘ghost shadows.’
• Check antenna direction and/or location.
• Check cable input
• Make sure the wire from the antenna to the TV is
properly connected.
Interference: Sharp lines across
the screen and poor sound.
The following may cause image problems or distortion:
Electrical appliances, powerful lights, cars, trucks; computers or
portable phones; medical equipment.
• If possible increase the distance between the The TV and
the offending appliance. Or shut one of them off.
Normal picture but no sound.
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No picture and unclear sound.
• Are you in TV or cable tuning mode, and should be in the other?
• Make sure output channels on all A/V equipment are on the same channel (3 or 4).
• Check that all connections are tight.
No picture and no sound.
• Is the AC power cord plugged in?
• Check that your AC power outlet works. (Test it by plugging in another device
or try another power outlet.)
• Make sure your brightness and audio controls are set properly.
• Try another channel. The problem may be with the broadcast.
No color, but the sound is O.K.
• Check the settings in the Video menu.
• Try another channel. The problem may be with the broadcast. Weak signal?
• Broadcast may be in black and white.
Picture has a big black box
on it, but the sound is O.K.
• The CC (closed caption) option may be in Text mode. Select Caption 1, or OFF
in the Captions/(Text) menu.
Remote control doesn’t work.
• Make sure the batteries are fresh and installed properly. Obstruction to IR path?
Menu options can’t be
changed or selected.
• Make sure the batteries are fresh and installed properly.
• Try using front panel controls. Remote control problem?
No picture or sound when any
non-cable source is selected.
• Try unplugging the TV for a few minutes, then plug it back in.
• Check to see if the source equipment has been turned on.
• Make sure that the connections are secure on the TV and source equipment.
No XDS Information.
• XDS data is provided at the discretion of the broadcasting station. Not all
programs will have this information.
Check volume levels.
Make sure the TV sound is not muted.
Try another channel. The problem may be with the broadcast, not the TV.
Are the Audio A/V cables properly installed?
Are the wires for external speakers (if you have external speakers)
properly installed?
• If the audio mode is set to SAP, the channel may not have a SAP program.
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Glossary
A list of definitions for words found in this guide.
75 OHM RF CABLE
The wire that comes from an off-air antenna or cable service provider. The end looks like a hex-shaped nut with a
wire sticking through the middle. It screws onto the threaded jack on the back of the TV.
300 TO 75 OHM
ADAPTER
A small device that connects a two-wire 300 ohm antenna to a 75 ohm RF jack.
They are usually about an inch long with two screws on one end and a round opening with a wire sticking out on
the other end.
A/V DEVICE
Any device that produces video or sound (VCR, DVD, cable box, or television).
ADD
This function lets you add new channels to list that the guest will scroll through using the guest remote.
AMPLIFIER
An electronic device that amplifies sound from a television, CD player, VCR, DVD or other A/V device.
ANTENNA
The physical receiver of television signals sent over the air. A large metal piece of equipment does not always have
to be visible for your home to be using an antenna.
AUTO PROGRAM
Auto Program has the Concierge TV automatically find all the channels available in your area.
DELETE
Lets you remove channels from the list that the guest will scroll through using the guest remote.
INPUT
Refers to the jack that receives a signal from a TV, VCR, DVD, or other A/V device.
JACK
A connection on the back of a TV, VCR, or any other A/V device.
MONO SOUND
Mono (monaural) sound is one channel of sound. On more than one speaker, all the speakers play the same audio.
OUTPUT
Refers to the jack that sends a signal out of a VCR, DVD, or other A/V device.
2ND AUDIO
Second Audio Programming (SAP) is another, separate, audio channel
PROGRAMMING/SAP Available with some programming. Choosing SAP often refers to listening to audio in another language, such as
Spanish or French.
SIGNAL
Picture and sound traveling through a cable, or over the air, to your television screen.
TUNER
Device that receives the audio/video signals and turns them into picture and sound.
XDS
Extended Data Service: Additional program information provided at the discretion of the broadcaster.
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Notes
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Your Zenith TV Warranty
Direct-View Color TV
Welcome to the Zenith family! We believe that you will be pleased with your new Zenith TV. Please read this warranty carefully, it is a “LIMITED WARRANTY” as defined under Federal Law. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state
within the U.S.A.
ZENITH’S RESPONSIBILITY
Service Labor
During a period of one year from effective warranty date, Zenith will provide service labor by a Zenith authorized service center when needed, as
determined by the Zenith service center, as a result of manufacturing defects.
Parts
New or remanufactured replacements for factory-defective parts will be supplied by a Zenith authorized service center for one year from effective
warranty date (color picture tube — two years). Such replacement parts are warranted for the remaining portion of the original warranty period.
Warranty Service
Not Covered
Warranty service is provided in the institution in most cases. (Some repairs may require the unit to be taken by the servicer to the repair facility and
returned, at no additional charge.) Call 1-888-865-3026 for further information.
This warranty covers manufacturing defects and does not cover installation, adjustment of customer controls, installation or repair of antenna systems,
cable converters or cable company-supplied equipment; it also does not cover damage due to misuse, abuse, negligence, acts of God or other causes
beyond the control of Zenith. Any alteration of the product after manufacture voids this warranty in its entirety.
THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND ZENITH SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, OR
INCIDENTAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING LOST REVENUES OR PROFITS IN CONNECTION WITH THIS PRODUCT. SOME STATES DO NOT
ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS OR THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
OWNER’S RESPONSIBILITY
Effective Warranty Date
Operating Guide
Antenna
Warranty Service
Warranty begins on the date of installation of the Commercial Products Direct-View Television Receiver.
For your convenience, keep the dealer’s dated bill of sale or delivery ticket as evidence of the purchase date.
Read your Operating Guide carefully so that you will understand the operation of the TV and how to adjust the controls.
Reception problems caused by inadequate antenna or faulty antenna connections are the owner’s responsibility.
For warranty service information, call 1-888-865-3026. Parts and service labor that are Zenith’s responsibility (see above) will be provided without
charge. Other service is at the owner’s expense. If you have any problem in obtaining satisfactory warranty service, call 1-888-865-3026.
You must provide the model number, serial number and date of purchase or date of original installation.
Before you ask for warranty service, read “Maintenance and Troubleshooting” in the operating guide. You might avoid a service call.
For Customer Support/Service
Please call:
1-888-865-3026
www.zenith.com
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