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Curtis 19 " STEREOMTSCOLORTEl OWNER'S MANUAL CM 19033S CustomerSupport : 1 - 877 - 456 - 2788 www . curtismathes . com
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Warninq ! | rnportant ale | nstruct ons S ty CAUTION CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK , DO NOT REMOVE COVER ( OR BACK ) . NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE . REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL . This symbol indicates high voltage is present inside . It is dangerous to make any kind of contact with any inside part of this product . This symbol alerts you that important literature concerning operation and maintenance has been included with this product . Note to CATV system installer : This reminder is provided to ( : all CATV system installer _ attention to Article 820 40 of the National Electrical Code ( Section 54 of Canadian Electrical Code , Part I ) , that 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 cable entry as practical . Caution : FCC / CSA regulations state that any unaottmrized changes or modifica - tions to this eqoipment may void the user , ' s aothority to operate it . Caution : To prevent electric shock , match the wide blade of plug to the wide slot , and fully insert the plug . Attention : pour eviter les dmcs electriqoes , in _ rodoire la lame le plus large de la fiet _ e dans la borne correspondante de la prise et pousser josqu'ao fond . Important : One Federal Court has held that unauthorized recording of copyrighted TV programs is an infringement of U . S . copyright laws . Certain Canadian programs may also be copyrighted and any unauthorized recording in whole or in part may be in violation of these rights . To prevent damage which may result in fire or electric shock hazard , do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture .
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Thank You for Choosing Curtis Mathes Thank you fk _ r choosing C1ntis h ! lathes ! Yo111 new C1ntis Mathes TV receiver represents the lat - est in television technology It has easy - to - use , on - screen menus and closed - captioning capabib ities , making this TV one of the best products in its class . This product will provide convenient , dependable service and ei _ joyment fire years to come . | rnportant Safety Information To reduce the risk of fire , electrical shock , and other ii _ juries , keep these safety precautions in mind when installing , using , and maintaining your machine . ° Read all safety and operating instnlctions beRme operating the TV receiver . • Retain the safety and operating instnlctions fk _ r flltt me reference . • Heed all warnings on the TV receiver and in the operating instnlctions . Follow " all operating instnlctions . • Unplug the TV receiver florn the wall outlet beRme cleaning , Use a damp cloth , Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners . • Never add any attachrnents and / or equipment without approval of the rnanufacturer . Such additions may catlse risk of fire , electric shock , or other personal ii ! jt n2z • Do not use the TV l _ ceiver where contact with or irnrnersion in water is a possibility , such as near bath tubs , sinks , washing rnachines , swirnrning pools , etc . • Do not place the TV receiver on an unstable cart , stand , tripod , bracket , or table . The TV receiver rnay fall , catlsing ii _ jtlry to people and / or darnage to the TV Use only with a cart , stand , tripod , bracket , or table recommended by the mant ffactt ner or sold with the TV receiver . Follow the rnant ffacU lrer _ instn lctions when mot n _ ting the unit , and t lse a mot rating accessory recornrnended by the rnant ffacttmen Move the TV receiver and its cart with care . Qt tick stops , excessive R ) rce , and uneven st ] Flares rnay cat ] se the unit and cart to over - tl Hn . ° Provide ventilation % r the TV receiver . The unit is designed with slots in the cabinet % r ventilation to protect it firm overheating . Do not block these openings with any ol _ ject , and do not place the TV receiver on a bed , sofa , rug , or other similar surface . Do not place it near a radiator or heat register . If " you place the TV receiver on a rack or bookcase , enstlre that there is adeqt late ventilation and that yot £ ve Rfllowed the mare lfi _ cttlrer _ instn lctions ft _ r mot rating . ° Operate your TV receiver only flom the type of power source indicated on the marking label . If you ale not st ne of the type of power st 1pplied to yot n home , const fit yot n appliance dealer or local power company , • Use only a grounded or polarized outlet . For your safety , this TV is equipped with a polarized alternating - ctlrrent line phlg having one blade wider than the other . This phlg will fit into the power ot ltlet only oi - _ e way , If you are ui - _ able to insert the pit lg fl flly into the 011tlet , try reversing the ph lg . If the ph lg still does not fit , contact yot lr electrician to leplace yot lr ot Met . SA ] ] TY ]
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Protect the power cord . Power stlpply cords shotlld be rotlted so that they will not be walked on or pinched by items placed on or against them . Pay partict flar attention to cord placement at phlgs , convenience receptacles , and at the point where they exit fl'om the unit . Unphlg the TV leceiver from the wall otltlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system dtlr - ing a lightning storm or when left unattended and untlsed f _ tr long periods of time . This will prevent damage to the unit ch le to lightning and powelqine st nges . An otltside antenna system shotlld not be placed in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits . Avoid overhead power lines : When installing an ot ltsicie antenna system , be extremely carefl fl to keep flom touching the power lines or circuits . Contact with such lines might be fatal . Do not overload the wall otltlet or extension cords . Overloading can restllt in fire or electric shock . Do not insert fkmeign ol _ jects through openings in the unit , as they may touch dangerous voltages or catlse damage . Never spill liqt rid of any kind on the TV receiver . Ground outdoor antennas . If an outside antenna or cable EXAMPLE OF system is connected to the TV receiver , be stlre the ANTENNA GROUNDING antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage st lrges and btfilt - t lp static charges . Read infitrmation with respect to proper grot mding of the mast and st lpporting stn lctt n - e , grot mding of the lead - in wire to an antenna discharge unit , size of grot mding conchlctors , location of antenna - discharge unit , connection to grounding elecUrKtes , and reqt firements fk / r the grot n _ ding electrode . Do not attempt to service the TV receiver yourself . Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel . Unplug the unit f ] ' orn the wall outlet and ref ) r servicing to qualified service personnel under the fitllowing conditions : When the power - supply cord or plug is darnaged If liquid has been spilled on the unit or if olqjects have fallen into the TV If the TV receiver has been exposed to rain or water If the TV receiver does not operate normally by fftllowing the operating instnlctions If the TV receiver has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged VVhen the TV receiver exhibits a distinct degradation in perfitrmance If you make a @ ustments yourself , adjust only those controls that are covered by the operat - ing instructions . Ac ! justing other controls rnay result in damage and will often require exten - sive work by a qtlalified technician to restore the TV receiver to norrnal . When replacernent parts are required , be sure the selwice technician uses replacernent parts specified by the rnantlfhcttlrer or those that have the sarne characteristics as the original part . Unat lthorized st lbstitt ltions rnay rest llt in additional darnage to the unit . Upon completion of any service or repairs to this TV receiver , ask the service technician to perfi / rm saf ) ty checks to deterrnine that the TV receiver is in a saf _ operating condition . This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules . Operation is subject to the fol ! owing two conditions : ( 1 ) This device may not cause harmfu ! interference , and ( 2 ) This device must accept any interference that may cause undesired operation . This television receiver provides display of television closed captioning in accordance 2 SA ] ? ETY with § 15.119 of the FCC rules .
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CONTENTS ] Chapter 1 : Your New TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.1 List of Fe _ tures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.1 Familiarizing Yoursdf with The TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2.2 Front Pand Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 SMe Pand Jacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2 Rear Pand Jacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3 Remote Conu ol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.4 Chapter 2 : installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.1 Connecting VHF and UHF Antennas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.1.1 Antennas with 300 - ohm Flat Twin Leads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Antennas with 75 - ohm Round Leads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.2 Separate VHF and UHF Antennas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.2 Connecting CaNe TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.2 CabD without a CaDle Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.2 Conllecting to a Cable Box 1hat Descrambles All Cham _ els . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.3 Connecting to a Cable Box 1hat Descrambles some Channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.3 Connecting a VCR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5 Connecting a Camcorder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . ( 5 Installing Baltelies ill the Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.7 Chapter 3 : Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.1 1 ] nning tile TV On and ( ) fT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.1 Viewing tile Metals and OmScreen Displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.1 Viewing tile Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.1 Viewing the Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.1 Sdecting a Menu Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.2 Memorizing the Channds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.3 Sdecting tile Video Signabsoulc'e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.3 Storing Channels ill Memory ( Automatic Method ) . . . . . . . 3.4 Adding and El _ sing Channels ( Manual Method ) . . . . . . . . 3.5 Changing Channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 . ( 5 Using the Channel Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 . ( 5 Directly Accessing Channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 . ( 5 Using the PRE - CH Button to select the PJe _ ious Channel . . 3 . ( 5 Ac ! justing tile Volurne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 . ( 5 Using Mute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 . ( 5 Setting the Cbck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.7 Custornizing the Picture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.8 Using Automatic Picmle Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.9 Using Automatic Sound Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.10 Viewing a VCR or Camcorder Tape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.11 CONTENTS 1
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CONTENTS Chapter 4 : Specia | Features . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1 ( ; 11stornizing Y / ) _ 11R - emote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1 Setting Up Y / t111Remote Control to Operate Y1111V1CR . . . . 4.1 Setting Up Your Remote Control to Operate Your Cable Box . . 4.3 Fine • lning Channe ] s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4 Changing the Screen Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.5 Using the Stiff Featllre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 . ( 5 Setting the On / Off Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.7 Setting the Sleep Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.8 Sound Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.9 Choosing a Mlllti - Channel Sollnd ( MTS ) Sollndtrack . . . . . 4.9 Setting the Slln - ollnd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.10 Viewing Closed Captions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.11 Using the V - Chip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.12 Setting Up Yo . l Personal ID Number ( PIN ) . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.12 How to Enable / Disable the V - Chip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.13 How to Set up Restlictions Using the " TV gllidelines " . . . . 4.13 How to Set up Restlictions using the MPAARatings : G , PC , PC - 13 , R , NC - 17 , X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.15 How to Reset the TV after the V - Chip Blocks a Channd ( " Emergency Escape " ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.115 Chapter 5 : Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1 Identif _ ying ] - ) mblerns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1 Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A . 1 Cleaning and Maintaining Yo111T " V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A . 1 Usir _ g Y / tilt TV in Another Collnt U . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A . 1 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A . 1 2 CON7 ENTS
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YOUR N > W TV List of Features Yollr TV was designed with the latest technolog3 _ This TV is a high - perf _ rlrnance unit that inchldes the fbllowing special f _ atllres : • Easy - to - use rernote contlol • gasy - to - _ lse oii - screrelnleis ] y1st1em • Automatic tirner to turn the TV on and off • A @ lstable pictllre settings that can be stored in the TV _ merno W • Automatic channel tuning fk _ rup to 181 channels • Fine timing control fk _ rthe sharpest pictllre possible • Builtqn , dual channel speakers • A special sleep tirner C _ { APrllRON } , : Y < > I ] } N < } ; w TV 1 . " 1
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Your NEw TV [ Familiarizing Yourself with The TV Front Panel Buttons The bl ] ttons on the flont panel control yoln - TV _ basic " f'eatl ] res , inchMing the onºscreen rnenl ] . To 1 ] se the more advanced f _ at _ ] res , yoH rn _ ] st Hse the remote control . 0 0 0 0 0 0 MENU 0 O Remote Control Sensor Press to see an on - screen menu of your TV's fea - Aim the remote control towards this spot on the TV . tures . 0 VOL - , + O STAND BY indicator Press to increase or decrease the volume . Lights up when you turn the power off . Also used to select items on the on - screen menu . O POWER t _ CH V and CH A Press to turn the TV on and off . Press to change channels . Also press to select various items on the on - screen menu . Side Panel Jacks YoH can Hse the side panel jacks to connect an A / V component that is Hsed only occa - sionally , sHch as a camcorder or video game . ( For information on connecting eqHiprnent , see pages 2.1 2.6 . ) O AUDIO input jacks AudiosignalsfromVCRs , DVDplayersandsimilardevices . O O VIDEO input jack VideosignalsfromVCRs , DVDplayersandsimilardevices . - 0 Q HEADPHONE jack Connect a set of external headphones to this jack for private listening . - 0 1 . 2 C } ] AI : ' TI : I _ ( ) NI : YOUR NI \ , ' / TV
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Your NEw TV [ Rear Pane | Jacks Use the rear pane | jacks to connect an A / V cornponent that will be connected continuously , such as a VCR . For more information on connecting eqlfipment , see pages 2.1 2.6 . / O O O VIDEO and AUDIO input jacks _ VHF / UHF Antenna terminal Use these jacks to connect a VCR or other Use this terminal to connect an outdoor video equipment , antenna or cable system . C ; ID \ PF ] : ] _ C ) NI : Y < ) tJI ? NI \ , ' _ TV 1 , 3
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Your NEw TV l 1 Remote ControJ Yo . can use the remote control 11pto ab @ lt 23 f } et f'rorn the TV _ \ / Vhen 11sing the remote , always point it directly at the TV _ Yoll can also 11se yollr remote control to operate yollr V ( ; R and cable box . See page 4.1 fi _ r details . POWER TV O @ Turnsthe TVonandoff . Press to use your remote control to operate your TV . Number Buttons O VCR Press to select channels directly on the TV . Press to use your remote control to operate your VCR . + 1OO Press to select channels over 100 . CABLE For example , to select channel Press to use your remote control 121 , press " + 100 " , then press " 2 " to operate a cable box . and " 1 " . SET P . SIZE O Usethis button when you are set - Press to change the screen size . ting up your remote control to Your choices are Normal screen operate your VCRor cable box . or Zoom screen . PRE - CH @ R . SURF @ Tunesto thepreviouschannel . Press the R . SURFbutton to auto - @ MTS ( Multichanne | matically return to a preferred Television Stereo ) channel after a usergreset time Press to choose stereo , mono or delay . Separate Audio Program ( SAP SLEEP O broadcast ) . Press to select a preset time inter - val for automatic shutoff . DISPLAY Press to see the time , channel , TURBO Q etc . , on - screen . Also press to exit Not sailable . ( quit ) the menu system . MUTE O @ VOL - , VOL + Press to increase or decrease the Press to temporarily cut off the sound . volume . ( Also used to make selec - tions on the on - screen menus . ) CH , A and CH _ V Q MENU @ ( Channel Up / Down ) Press CHA orCHV to change Displays the main on - screen menu . channels . ( Also used to highlight selections on the on - screen TV / VIDEO menus . ) © Press to display all of the P . STD available video sources Q Adjust the TV picture by selecting ( i . e . , Antenna / cable , VCR ) . one of the preset factory settings ( or select your personal , cus - tomized picture settings ) . 1 4 C } ] A ] : ' T ] R ONE : YOUR NEW TV
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Your NEw TV i Remote Control _ ) VCR Controls _ ) PiP Controls { Not available ) o REW ( Rewind ) Press to rewind a tape in your SWAP VCR . Exchanges the video signal that is currently displayed on the main o STOP screen with the signal in the PIP Press this button to stop a tape window , during play , record , rewind or fast forward , If the button is TV / VIDEO pressed during Full - Automatic Press to select one of the available play , the function will be can - celled , signal sources for the PIPwindow . o PLAY PIP / SIZE Press the PLAYbutton to play Press this button to control the PIP back prerecorded tapes . window . Press repeatedly to cycle EF through this sequence : PIPON with large window , PIPON with Press to fast forward the tape in small window , and PIP OFF . your VCR . o PAUSE CH Press to pause your VCR'stape . Not available , CID \ I ) FI : ] _ C ) NI : Y < ) tJI ? NI \ , ' _ TV " 1 . 5
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INSTALLATION Connecting VHF and OHF Antennas If yollr antenna has a set of leads that look like this , see " Antennas with 300 - ohm Flat Twin Leads , " below : If 7o _ 1r antenna has one lead that looks like this , see " Antennas with 75 - ohm Round Leads , " on page 2.2 . If you have two antennas , see " Separate VHF anct UHF Antennas , " on page 2.2 . Antennas with 300 - ohm Flat Twin Leads If " you are using an offUair antenna ( slK'h as a roof antenna o1 " rabbit ears " ) that has 300 - ohm twin flat leads , follow the directions below . Place the wires from the twin leads under the screws onthe 300q5 ohm adaptor ( not supplied ) . Use a screwdriver to t ! ghten the screw s 2 Plug the adaptor into the VHF / UHFterminal on the bottom of the back panel 2.1 ClIAlq _ £ 1 _ T \ , ' _ ' _ ) : ] NSTAI1ATf ( } N
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INSTALLATION ] Antennas with 75 - ohm Round Leads Plug the antenna ! ead into the VHE / UHF terminal onthe bottom of the back panel . Separate VHF and UHF Antennas If you have two separate antennas fi _ r yotlr TV ( one VHF and one UHF ) , you rn _ lst combine the two antenna signals befk _ re connecting the antennas to the TV ] This procedure requires a an optional combiner - adaptor ( available at most electronics shops ) . Connect both antenna leads to the combiner . 2 Plug the combiner into the . . . . VHF / UHFterminal on the bottom of the rear Connecting Cable TV To connect to a cable TV systern , follow the instructions below . Cable without a Cable Box - , 4 Because this TV is cable ready , uu yon do not need a cable box to view plug the incoming cane unscrambled cable channels . into the VHF / UHFantenna terminal on back of the TV C HAP'Iq I , ' TW ( _ : ] NSTAI I , \ TION _ , 2
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INSTALLATION ] Connecting to a CaMe Box that Descrambles AA Channels - , 4 This terminal might be labeled " ANT OUT , " " VHF OUT , " o1 simply , Find the cable that is con - " OUT . " nected to the / OUT terminal on your Cobnect the other end of tbiscabletotheVH [ / UH [ / _ \ ( _ antenna termina ! on th e Connecting to a Cable Box that Descrambles Some Channels If yo111 - ( ' able box descramb ] es on ] 7 some channels ( sll ( ' h as premillm channels ) , f _ ] ] ow the instructions below . You wi ] ] need a two - way splitter , an RF ( A / B ) switch , and f _ ur lengths of ( ' oaxia ] cable . ( These items are available at most electronics stores . ) This terminal might be labeled 1 " ANT IN , " " VHF IN , " or simply , " IN . " Find anu UlSconnect the ( : cab e that s connected to _ 4ANTENNA the ANTENNA IN _ , qp , , , , , L { IN terminal on your cable _ . _ " ; bOX , 2 Connect this cable so a two - Na ) splitter . Incoming Cable Splitter 3 Connect a coaxial cable between an OUTPUTter - mina on [ ne splitter and Incoming Cable _ the IN terminal on the Splitter CaD e DOX . Cable Box . [ _ CIIAPq _ £ } _ T \ , \ ' _ } : INSTAl1 ATfON
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INSTALLATION Connect a coaxial cable between the ANTENI OUT terminal on the cable Incoming box and the B _ IN terminal Cable Splitter _ _ RF ( A / B ) on the A / B switch . Cable Box Switch i i i Connect another cable i between the other OUT teEminal on the splitter Incoming and the A . IN terminal on Cable Splitter RF ( A / B ) the £ F ( A / B ) switch : Cable Box Switch 750 q _ r Connectthe last coaxial cable between the OUT terminal on the RE ( A / B ) Incoming switch and the VHF / UHE Cable Splitter RF ( A / B ) TV Rear terminal on the rear of the Cable Box Switch TV . After you've made this connection , set the A / B switch to the " A " position R _ r normal view ' - ing . Set the A / B switch to the " B " position to view " scrambled channels . ( When you set the A / B switch to " B , " you will need to tune your TV to the cable box _ output channel , which is usually channel 3 or 4 . ) C HAP'r'LI , ' TW ( _ : ] NSTAI I , \ q ION 2,4
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INSTALLATION ] Connecting a VCR These instructions assume that you have already connected your TV to an antenna or a cable TV system ( according to the instrl ] ctions on pages 2.1 - 2.4 ) . Skip step 1 if you have not yet connected to an antenna or a cable systern . Unplug the cable or antenna from the back of the TV . Connect the cable or VCRRearPanel antenna t ° the _ - ' _ C } , _ , _ o ? _ ' " , d _ ) ANTENNA IN terminal on Incom , ng I Q : _ 1 " A the back of the VCR . CableI . VCR Rear Panel TV Rear Panel Connect a coaxial cable between the AN ! ENNA OUT terminal on the VCR and the antenna Coaxial Cable terminal on the TV . A coaxial cable is usually included with a VCR . ( If not , check your local electronics store ) . VCRRearPanel TV RearPanel Connect a set of audio cables between the , : _ , _ , AUDIO OUIjacka onthe VCR and the AUDIOjacks AudioCable ontheTV . C0nnect a video cable t . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . ) between the VIDEOOUT . . . . . . . . . / Video Cable _ _ d . . . . . . . . jack on the VCRand the ( _ ' VIDEOjack on the TV . ! _ I I _ - / I I t _ l Follow the instrl ] ctions in " Viewing a VCR or Camcorder Tape " to view yol ] r VCR tape . . b CIIAIqE } _ T \ , ' v _ ) : INSTAl ] ATfON
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INSTALLATION Connecting a Carncorder The side panel , jacks on yol ] r TV make it easy to connect a carncorder to yol ] r TV [ They allow yol ] to view the camcorder tapes without using a VCR . ( Also see " Viewing a VCR or Carncorder Tape " on page 3.11 ) Locate the A ! V Output ` jacks on the camcorder . Camcorder They are usually found On 1 ¸ : _ _ the side or back Ofthe camcorder . Camcorder TV Side Panel Output Jacks Connect an audio cable between the AUDIO OUT . PUT . JackOnthe cam : AudioCable corder and the AUDIO terminals on the side of the TV , Camcorder TV Side Panel Connect a video cable O _ s between the VIDEO ° UT : ] _ ] I PUT , Jackon the cam . _ VideoCable I Corder andtheVIDEOter : T I TVnal on the Side Ofthe The audio - video cables shown here are usually included with a Carncorder . ( If not , check yol ] r local electronics store . ) C HA ] : " r'LI , ' Tw ( ) : ] NSTAI I , \ TION _ , 6
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INSTALLATION ] installing Batteries in the Remote Contro | Slide the cover out corn - ii i i i i i _ i " 4 Make sure to match tile " + " and " - " ends of " tile batteries wifll the install two AA size diagram inside tile compartment . batteries . Remove tile batteries and store them in a cool , dry place if you won't be using the remote control for a long time . Tlle remote control can be used up to about 23 feet flom tile TV . ( Assuming typical TV usage , tile batteries last for about one year . ) 2.7 CIIAPqE } _ Two ) : ] NSTAI1 ATfON
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OPERATION Turning the TV On and Off Press the POWERbutton on the remote control . You can also use the POWER button on the fl'ont panel . Viewing the Menus and On - Screen Displays Viewing the Menus _ 1 The on - screen menus disappear 1 fi'om the screen after about thirty Pi _ rs Witn me Dower on . Dress seconds . the MENU button The main menu appears on the screen . Its left side has four icons : Picture . ¢ _ ove ± l _ elac _ ITrl E , xit Sour i Channel and Function . You can also use the MENU , 2 CHANNEL , and VOLUME buttons Usethe OHm , and CHV buttons to highlight one of the 4 cons on the control panel of the TV to Then pressthe VOL + DuEon [ o access the icon's sub - menu make selections . Press the MENU button to exit . Viewing the Display _ 1 The on screen displays disappear after about twelve seconds . Press the DISPLAYbutton . _ T io on the remote control 12 = ooam When Closed Caption has been set , the icon ( FEEl ) will appear by press The 0mscreen disp ! ay ing the Display button . shows any or all tithe [ oll0wing : Active channel , MTS : Stereo Audio source and the s & gnaZ : Mono time . C } bXP'lHq T } H , _ ] : I : TV OP _ RATfON 3 .
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OPERATION ] Se | ectin 9 a Menu Language Press MENU to display Press CH Y three times to select ' : Eunction ! ' , then press the VOL + but - ton . Press VOL _ to select the appropriate language : English , Spanish , or French . Press MENU twice to exit . _ _ _ . , 3.2 ( IIAPTH _ T } ] ] _ J : TV ( ) P ] RATION
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OPERATION i Memorizing the Channels YoHr TV can rllernorize and store all of the available channels f ( _ l _ both " offUair ' ' ( antenna ) and cable channels . Af _ el the available channels are memorized , use the CH A and CH V bllttons to scan throl ] gh the channels . This eliminates the need to change chan - nels by entering the channel digits . There are three steps fbr memorizing channels : selecting a broadcast source , memorizing the channels ( automatic ) and adding and deleting channels ( rnam ] al ) . Selecting the Video Signal - source Before yol ] r television can begin memorizing the available channels , you rm ] st specif , / , the type of signal source that is connected to the TV ( i . e . , an antenna or a cable system ) . Repeatedly press VO [ * ANT / CATV tO pyq ! e through these Choices : ANT ( antenna ) _ ine _ ne STDI HRCor IRC ( all cab ! e # Move + Select [ ] _ Exi % Note : ST [ ) , HRC and IRC identif ) _ various types of cable TV systems . Contact your local cable company to identif ) _ the type of cable system that exists in your particular area . At this point the signal source has been selected . Proceed to " Storing Channels in Memory " ( next page ) . press MENU twice to exit . C } ] , % PTHq T } ] I , _ KI : TV OP [ RATf ( } bl 3 . _
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OPERATION Storing Channels in Memory ( Automatic Method ) Press the OHV button to Select ' iAuto programl ' . I " _ The TV automatically eycles through all of the available channels Press the VO [ + button . and stores them in memor3t This takes about one to two minutes . The IV will begin memorizihg all o ! the Press the MENU button at any time available chaenelsl to interrupt the memorization process and return to the Channel IneI ] ! ] . A _ ' ter all the available Auto program menu reap pears , P [ ess the MENU button twice to exit . Channels are Stored , the _ . . . . . . 1314 C , [ AP - / H _ T } ] R _ I : : TV C ) P ] : ] , b \ _ I ( ) N
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OPERATION i Adding and Erasin 9 Channels ( Manual Method ) Press the MENU button . Press the CHY button twice to select " Channel ' ! , then press the VOL + but = iii I iii / 2Press the OHA or CHY ourfon to select Add / Erase " . Press the VOL + button , Add / Erase • 3 Press the VOL - I + or num - Channel : ANTI ] oer uuEons to select the cnanne you wantto add or erase . _ arm _ l _ ove _ elec _ MqE _ it C } ] , \ P'lt R T } H _ ] : I : TV C ) Pt RATfON _ , 5
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I OPERATION i Changing Channels Using the Channel Buttons Press the CH , _ , 0t CHY butt0n t0 change channels , When you press CH A or CH Y , tile TV changes channels in sequence . You will see all tile channels that tile TV has memorized . ( The TV must have menlorized at least three channels . ) You will not see channels that were either " erased or not memorized . Directly Accessing Channels Use the number buttons to qtfickly tune to any channel . 1 Piess the numbgr buttons to go directly to a Channel . Forexample , to select chaune127 , press " 2 , " theb " 7 / ' The TV wi ! change channels when yo u press the second number . When you use tile number buttons , you can directly select channels that were either erased oi " not memorized . To select a channel over " 100 , press the + 100 button . ( For " channel 122 , press " + 100 , " then " 2 / ' then " 2 . " ) To ehanqe to single digit channels ( 0 9 ) f _ / ster , press " 0 " beffme tile single digit . ( For eharmel " 4 , " press " 0 , " then " 4 / ' ) Using the PRE - CH Button to select the Previous Channel q . , eMs . y , ' , teh t . , ' o channethlsaat , ' efa , apat , , t , u eto Press the PRE - CHbutton , one channel , then use the t ] tullbm _ The TV will switch to the last channel viewed , button to select the second channel . Then . use tile PRECH button to quickly alternate between them . Adjusting the Volume Press the VOL + or VOb button to increase or decrease the volume . Using Mute At any time , you can temporarily cut off the sound using the Mute button . Press the MUTE button and the sound cuts off . Theword " Mutei ' will appear in the ! 0wer - left comer of the To turn mute off , press the MUTE butten agai n , or simply Press either the VOLL or VOL + button . 3.6 ciiAi , q . _ TH ] _ ] : : TV OP ] : ] , u _ , TIoN
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OPERATION ] Setting the Clock 1 _ Ftl _ ion Press the MENU button to d _ splaythe on - screen nlenu Press the OH Y button three [ tmes to select - = Move - + Select FVRExit Funcuon Press the VOL + DU [ [ On , 2 Press the OHT button [ o select the " Time menL Time Press [ ne VOL + button : The Time menu wl aDDearon the screen , ana " Clock " will be selected . € Move ± Select FVRExit When selectin8 the hours , be sure 3 to select the proper time of day ( AM Press the VOL + button oi PM ) . Time again [ the hours d gits will be selected ) . Press the OH Clock 09 : 00am A or OH Y button repeat - You can change the hours by pressing CH A or CH Y repeatedly ( or by edly until the correct nour aDDears . holcth - lg clown either of these buttons ) . Akerthe houris en [ erea , DresstheVOL + button [ atthis pomttheminutes dlgitswill be selected ) The time will appear every time 4 you piess DISPLAY . YunC _ i _ n Press the CHA or OHY DUtton [ o select the Time correc [ minutes , Clock 09 : 30am Afte / selecting the correct minutes , press the VOL + DUZron . Cgd _ ss _ ± _ ve _ Exit Press me MENU autton three times to exit . C } ] , \ P'l } I _ T ] ] I ' _ ] : I : TV C ) } ; } } _ A ' [ ' fON 3.7
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OPERATION ] Customizing the Picture You can use the on - screen menus to change the contrast , brightness , tint , color , and sharpness according to personal preference . ( Alternatively , you can use one of the " automatic " settings . See next page . ) Press the MENU button to display the menu . Pressthe VOL ; or VOL + button repeatedly , until the word i Custom " js selected . ( When Customis highlighb ed ; the word " AdJust ° wi ! ! Press the OHY button to select 1Adjust ! i ; then press the VOL ÷ button . ( ] he words Color Tonel Contrast , Brightness , Sharpness , Color , and Iint Will appear on the screenl ) € Move + Select [ [ ] ] Sxlt Press the CH A o ( CH Y button to se ! # ct a partjcu : lar item ; " _ After adjusting an item . the gauge _ i I _ _ i _ _ i i _ i i will automatically disappear ( after Press the VOL _ or VOL + about 5 seconds ) . button to increase or decrease the _ alue of a particular item . Press the MENUbutton four times to exit , 3,8 ( HAPq _ } _ THR _ L : TV OP ] : ] RAT [ ON
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OPERATION ] Using Automatic Picture Settings Yot11 TV has thlee alltomatic pictl n - e settings ( " Standard ' , " Nat1 n - al ' , and " Mild " ) that are preset at the factory You can activate either Standard , Natln - al or Mild by making a selection flom the menu . Or , you can select " Custom " which automatically recalls your personalized picture settings . 1Press me MENU button to display the menu . Press the VOL4 or VOL ÷ button to select the _ : Standard , " _ N : atura ! , il " Mild , ' : or ' : Custom : : I pictu [ e setting . / t Choose StandaM fbr the standard f _ ctory settings . Natural : ( ) ptimal indoor screen condition . Choose Mild ( " Mild Contrast " ) when viewing the TV in low light , or when playing video games . Choose Custom if you want to adjust the settings according to personal pref erence ( see " Customizing the Picture , page 3.8 ) . C } ] , \ P'I } R T } ] I , _ ] : I : TV C ) P _ RATfON 3,9
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OPERATION Using Automatic Sound Settings Your TV has four automatic sound settings ( " Standard , " " Music , " " Movie , " and " Speech " ) that are preset at the factory . You can activate any of them by making a selection flom the OI ] - SCr _ eI ] 1TICI ] U . 1 Press the MtFNLI button to display the menu . Press the CHY button to select the " Sound " menu Press the UOL4 or VOE ÷ Select the _ ! Standard , " _ ' _ o _ : _ ! TMusic , " t ! M0vie , " 0r M _ s . < stez - _ e buttoa repeatedly tO _ Mode , I $ _ andard ' i Speech ' _ sound settings . Choose Standard for the standard factory settings . Choose _ / [ usic when watching music videos or concerts . Choose Mo _ ies when watchin _ movies . Choose Speech when watchinR a show that is mostly dialogue ( i . e . , news ) . _ , ] O C ; [ AP17 ] : lR TIH _ L : TV ( ) PI : RAq ] / ) N
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OPERATION l Viewing a VCR or Camcorder Tape You must select the a1313ro131iate mode in order to view the VCR OF Camcol _ cIer signal on the TV : Quick way to view the external 1 signal : Simply press the TV / VIDEO i : Press the MENU button to button on the remote control . display the menu . Press the OHT button Ad _ l / t _ ase twice to Select ! : Channeli ' , then press the . VOL + button . Move + Select ITRExit Press the CHY button twiceb el ct " ] / 3 : ! / Press the VOL or VO [ - button , You will switch betwe # n viewing the signals corn : ing from equipment co m nected tQthe TV's A / V jacks , and the lv signal . Press the MENUbutton _ twice to exit . " _ N , PSTD WHDEO ] _ . . _ C } ] A ] : ' TLI _ TI [ R ] : ] : : TV C ) PI : Ib \ T ] ON 3 , _
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SPECIAL FEATURES Customizing Your Remote Contro | Yottr TV comes eclttipped with a " ltniversal " remote control . In addition to controlling the TV _ the ttniversal rernote can also operate a VCR and a cable box ( even if yottr VCR and cable box are made by manttfactttrers other than ( h trtis Mathes ) . Setting Up Your Remote Contro | to Operate Your VCR 0n your Curtis Nathes ternote c0ntr0 ! , press SET ; _ The remote control has three , _ ' modes : ' TV , " VCR " , and Press the VCRbutton 0n the top rightof your remote control " Cable " . Press the " VCR " button to switch the remote control to the " VCR " mode . 4 4 Makes , , re > te , , ter , , othcfi itsof the code , even if the first digit is a " 0 . " Enter bothdigits ofthe VCRcode ! isted onthe next page f0r If more than one code is listed , try the # our brand0f vc R . first one . If your VCR does not turn on , repeat steps 2 , 3 , and 4 , but try one Press the POWERbutton on the remote control . Your VCR of the other codes listed fi _ r the should turn on , If your VCRturns on , your remote control is brand of " your particular VCR . now Set correctly . If no other codes are listed , try each cocle , 000 through 72 . _ , 4 \ / Vhen your remote control is in 6 the " VCR " mode , the volume buttons OnceyourremotecontroIis setup , presstheVCRbutton still control your TV's volume . anytimeY0Uwantt0 usethe rem0tet0 0potatoy0urvCR . When your remote is in the " TV " mode , the VCR control buttons ( PLAY , PAUSE , etc . ) will still operate your VCR . . " 1 C } ] APTLR F ( ) UR : SP ] : CIA ] FIAT1 ] R ] : S
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SPECIAL FEATURES i VCR Codes Aiwa 00 Memorex 00 , 09 , 11 Sanyo 19 , 20 , 43 Akai 15 , 22 , 26 , 30 , 45 , 66 13 , 20 , 21,43 Scott 47 , 53 , 58 , 60 Anam 71 , 72 MGA 17 , 30 Sears 09 , 11 , 16 , 19 Broksonic 47 , 53 , 59 Minolta 16 , 44 20 , 27 , 33 , 43 , 44 Mitsubishi 30 , 37 , 52 , 61 , 66 Capehart 05 Sharp 21 , 31 Canon ] Curtis Mathes 09 Shintom 36 Mitsubishi ( Unified ) 17 MTC 00 , 65 Craig 20 , 65,67 Sony 02 , 06 , 07 , 08 , 09 16 Daewoo 03 , 05,18 , 39 , 68 , 70 Multitech 00 , 36 STS 09 , 17 , 46 Daytron 05 NAD 28 Sylvania 00 Dynalech 00 , 21 NEC 12 , 14 , 15 , 23 , 34 Symphonic Emerson 00 , 01 , 10 , 11,30 , 35 00 , 43 Optonica 21 , 31 Tan @ 15 40 , 47 , 53 , 56 , 57 , 59 , 60 Panasonic 09 , 63 Tamng Fisher 20 , 27 , 33 , 43 00 , 15 Penney 09 , 12 , 14 , 16 , 65 Teac Funai 00 09 Pentax 16 , 32 , 44 Technics Philco 09 GE 09 , 29 , 32 Teknika 00 , 09 , 11,25 TMK 10 LG 04 , 11 , 12 Philips 09 , 31 , 38 , 46 Pilot 11 Harman ] Kardon 12 , 37 Totevision 11,65 Hitachi 00 , 15 , 16 , 32 , 44 , 51 , 64 Pioneer Unified 28 , 34 Toshiba 17 , 18 , 33 , 58 , 60 JCL 09 Portland 05 Unitech 65 Jensen 15 Pulsar 13 Vector Research 12 , 14 Victor 34 JVC 15 , 34 , 55 Quartz 19 , 49 Kenwood 15 , 19 , 34 Quasar 09 , 41 Video Concepts 14 , 30 , 62 Videosonic 65 RCA 09 , 16 , 32 , 44 , 48 , 54 Lloyd 00 Logik 36 RCA ( Unified ) 29 Wards 00 , 09 , 16 , 20 , 21 LXI 11 Realistic 00 , 09 , 11 , 19 , 20 31,36 , 48 , 60 , 65 Magnavox 09 , 38 , 42 , 46 , 48 21,31,33,43,65 Yamaha 12 , 15 Marantz 09 , 12 , 38 , 50 Ricoh 08 Zenith 07 , 08 Marta 11 Samsung 18 , 24 , 26 , 65 Zenith ( Unified ) 13 MEI 09 Sansui 15 , 34 , 67 C } ] APTEIq F ( ) _ IR : SP ] C ] AI FEA ] [ J } / ] S 4 . 2
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SPECIAL FEATURES i Setting Up Your Remote Control to Operate Your Cable Box Turn offyour cablebox . On your Curtis Mathes remote COntrol , press SET , . , T , treemcoote , , tt'ot , lt , t , ' oaes " mode " sT " W : " ' VCRan , " d Press the { : ABLEbutton on the top right of your tem0te " CABLE " . Control . Press the " CABLE " button to switch the remote control to tile " Cable " mode . 4 _ ' Maskueryeete , . te , r . otdt , igits of tile code , even if tile first digit is a Enter b0th digits of the cable b0x c0de listed bel0w lot y0ur " 0 . " ( If more than one code listed , brand of cable box . try the first one . ) " ont " , . > eUpercs , att , e , , , p , , 3oes , ad _ _ . o , denbsout4ttutt , ' ty'n Press POWER . YOUrcable box should turn on . ! fyour cable one of the other codes listed for your box turns 0n , your remote control is now ' ! set up ' : correctly , particular brand of cable box . ( If no other codes are listed , try each cable box code , 00 through 35 . ) e WI , yeo , , rr , etmocotentits'ol m the " CABLE " mode , the volume Once your remote control is set up , press the CABLE button buttons still control your TV's vol any time you want to use the remote to operate your cable ume . Also , tile VCR control buttons box . ( PLAY , PAUSE , etc . ) will still operate your VCR . Cable Box Codes ABC 0 , 07 , 09 , 12 00 Starcom 02 , 11 , 19,23 Paragon Antronix 26 Pioneer 16 , 25 , 31 Stargate I 1 , 18 Archer 26 Pulsar 29 00 Tan @ Corntronics 18 RCA 27 i 5 Te ] eCaption Rea ] istJc 26 Texscan 22 Eagle Comtronics 18 Eastern 01 34 Tocom Regal lq , 30 , 32 , 08 , 09 , 21 01 Toshiba Gemini 11 00 Regency Genera ] Instruments 07 25 Unika 26 Samsung 18 , Scientific Atlanta 33 United Artists Hamlin 06 , 14 , 30 , 32 04 03,05 , 12 , Hitachi 07 ] 8 United Cable 02 Signal 07 Universal 26 Jerrold 02 , 07 , 10 , ] 1 , 19 , 23 Signature Memomx 00 SL Marx ] 8 Viewstar 29 Oak 04 , 13 , 28 15 , 35 Zenith Sprucer 00 , 20 Panasonic i 5 , 24 . 7 _ } CHAPT ] : I _ F ( ) UR : SPl : CIA ] FIATUR ] : S
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l SPECIAL FEATURES Fine Tuning Channels Use fine tunin H to manually adjust a particular channel for optinlal reception . Select the appropriate Press the MENU button to display the menu . P [ ess the 1 ; 11V button twice to se ! ect the _ _ e _ , e ± se _ , el : t _ t _ , _ it t'Channer ' menu , then Press the OHV button three times to select i _ Eine tune " i then press the VOL + button . # Move + Select ITR Exit gh _ Press the VOI + and VOL - : + 3 Fine tune buttons ro aojust the fine 3 tuning . Press the MENU button to rest ] me isormal viewing . 4 70 store the fine tumng setting in the TV's memo - ry , press me Ct - IY button soselect " Se ] ect " . Press the VOI + or VO [ - button to selecl Added " ¢ _ e ± se & ee _ iTTIE _ i _ Toreset the fine tuning to 00 " 3tess the VOL + or VO [ - buEon soselect _ rased . C } ] , M _ ' IHq FOUR : SP ] : C ] AI F _ ATURES _ , 4
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_ PffCIAL FEATURES i Changing the Screen Size 1Press the MENU button to dBplay the menu . Press the VOL + button [ o select the " Picture " menu # Move ± Sele _ _ it 2 Press the CHY button [ w ] ce [ o select " Size . ' Size : Nodal , _ Move _ Sele _ t [ m _ xlt ! 3 ¸ ¸ : ¸ / ¸ i ¸ T _ t Press theVO [ Orvo [ _ button repeatedly to select ' _ Normal " or ' ! Zoom'i : Press the MENU button Size : Zoom twice to exit , " Normal : Sets the t ) icture to 4 : 3 normal mode . This is a standard TV screen size . , Zoom : Magnifies the size of tl _ e picture on screen . _ . 5 CHAI _ T ] : I _ F ( ) U } _ : SPI : ( 2D \ ] FIATURI : S
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SPECIAL FEATURES ] Using the Surf Feature This f _ atllre allows you to set the TV to reulrn to a particlllar channel after a certain amount of time . For example , you may be watching a channel when cornrnercials start . You can set the Slnf to " 5 mimltes " , then switch channels . After 5 minlltes , the TV will return to the original channel . To use the Surf f _ atlne : 1 Surf rJf _ While you are watching snechannel to which you wars [ o re _ urn Dresstile R . SLIR [ button . The on - screen msplay will read Surf off ' . 2 Sur _ 2 : 30 Press the R , SURFbutton again sose ! the timer In thirty second intervals , UP to five minutes . The time you set will begin counting down on the screen . When the time runs out , the IV will return to the channel you were watching when y0u set the timer . C } ] & P'I } R F / ) tq _ : SP ] : C ] AI F _ AqU _ ] : S _ , 6
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_ PECIAL FEATURES i Setting the On / Off Timer - _ Before using the timer , you must set the TV's clock . ( See " Setting the Press the MENU button to ( ' . lock " on page 3.7 ) . Ydisp ! a the menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Press the OHY button three times to select " Functiod _ menu , then press the VOL + button . ¢ _ ove + SeZect rrn _ xit Press the CHY button to select " Time ! ' , then press Time the VOL + button . € _ ove + Select 0 _ ] Exit - _ When you set the hours , make sure the correct time of clay ( AM or PM ) appears to the right of the hour . pressthe CHA ocOHV buttoropoatetdo , y select the appropriate hours ( i . e . , the hour when the $ V will tum on : ) Press VOL ÷ tOselect the " On time " minutes . ( The minutes digits will be highlighted : ) Press OH , & or OHY to Select the appropriate minutes . 4.7 CHA ] _ T ] : Iq F ( ) LJt _ ; SP ] : CD \ ] FtA'FU } _ ] : S
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SPEOIAL FEATURES [ - , 4 To deactP _ ' ate the " On thne , " select " Off " durin 8 this step . Press the VO / + button to D ' select " On / Off . ' i Press the OHA ( QrCH Y ) if : j ! ' o _ ti _ o o _ , 3oo _ _ button to turn the on , timer'tOn . ' ! ( Repeated ! y pressing the CHA or # A _ j us _ + Move [ _ Exit CHT button wi ! l alter - hate between on and off , ) When finished , press the VO [ + button . iiii iiiiiiiiii Toset the Off time , press the CH Y button to select ' ! Off time . " Press the VOL + button and set the hours and minutes . ( Follow the same procedure as insteps 1 - - 6 above . ) When finished setting the timer , press the MENu buE0nthree times to exit . Setting the Sleep Timer The sleep timer automatically shuts off " the TV after a preset time ( f ] ' orrl 10 to 180 rllJnt ] tes ) . - _ 1 After about 5 seconds , the sleep display will disappear from the screen , and the time interval will be Press the SLEEPbutton on the remote control . set . press the S [ LEEPbutton repeatedly until the appropriate time interval appears { any ofthe preset values from ' ! ore to tl ] 80f ) . C } ] , % P'IHq F < ) LI } _ : SPlIC ] AI RATtJkZ ] IS a _ , 8
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SPECIAL FEATURES ] Sound Features Choosing a Multi - Channel Sound ( MTS ) Soundtrack Depending on the partic _ llar program being broadcast , you can listen to Stereo , Mono or a Separate Audio Program . ( SAP audio is usually a foreigndanguage translation . Sometimes SAP has unrelated inforrnation like news or weather . ) Press the MENU button to disp ay the menu . Press the OIlY button to select the " Sound " menu , then press the VOL + but : ton . four times to select i _ i _ i _ i i I The text at the bottom of the meI ] tl tells you if the incoming Press the VOL4 . or VOL : audio is stereo , SAEol . mono . buttontoselect , _ Mono ! , i _ e 4 sb _ d ' SAP ' : ' I [ I Press the MENU bu ! t0n ! wicetgexi ! * * ; _ o , e + - select , ITn _ , , _ ; • Choose Stereo for channels that are broadcasting in stereo . • Choose Mono for channels that are broadcasting in mono , or if you are having difficulty receiving a stereo signal . • Choose SAP to listen to the Separate Audio Program , which is usually a foreign - language translation . You can also change the MTS setting by pressing the " MTS " button on the remote control . ( When you change channels , MTS is set to " Stereo " automatically . To listen in ' SAP ' or ' Mono , ' change the MTS setting . ) _ , 9 C } ] A ] rFLR F ( ) [ J } _ : SP ] : CIA ] FIAT1 ] R ] : S
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SPECIAL FEATURES ] Setting the Surround Your Curtis Mathes TV creates a " Surround " effect such that the sound seems to corne flora all directions . Once the " Surround " is set to " On " or " Off " , the setting applies to the sound effects such as Standard , Music , Movie and Speech . Note : To listen a " S1 ] rroln _ d " effects , it is necessary that channels are broadcasting in stereo , and setting the MTS to stereo mode . Press the MENU button to display the menu , Press the CHY button to select the t , Sound : ' menu , then press the VOL + but : ton , # Move + Select Fm Exit i 2Press the # BY button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . three times to Select M # ae 4 S _ & sSta £ d _ " Surround : Off Surround " # Move ± Select FmExit Press the VOL + button to _ i " : _ i : i _ ' _ ' T ' ! _ " " ' i _ ! i _ i ' _ i select ' ! On ' ! , Surround On ' Press the MENU button twice to exit # Move ± Select Fm Exit CfIAP ] : ] : ] R F < ) [ ] t _ : SPt C ] A ] E ] : , \ TURt S _ . ] 0
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SPECIAL FEATURES i Viewing C | osed Captions Yo _ ] rTV decodes and displays the closed captions that are broadcast with certain TV shows . These captions are usually subtitles for the hearing irnpaired or foreignqanguage trans - lations . All VCI _ s record the closed caption signal from television programs , so home - record - ed video tapes also provide closed captions . Most pre - recorded commercial video tapes pro - vide closed captions as well . Check for the closed caption symbol in yol ] r television sche & fie and on the tape's packaging : E _ • 1 Press the MENU button to display the menu . Press the Clt Y button three t _ mesto select the " Function " menu , Press the VOL + button . # Nove ± Seleot [ [ ] ] Exit 2 Press the CH'IF ouEon twice 10 select the Caption " menu then Caption Dressthe VOL + DuEon , _ CM & p Move _ Select Fm Exit - _ 1 Misspellings and unusual 3 characters sonletii ] les OCCtlr during F _ c _ ion Press the VOL ÷ or VOL - closed caption transmissions , especial Captio _ : O _ button re turn dosed cap - ly those of live events . There may be a m tioning on / off . small delay beffme captions appear Ld when you change channels . These are not malfimctions of the T _ € _ ve _ Select _ Exit - _ 1 In caption mode , captions 4 appear at the / ) ottom of the screen , _ tIon and they usually cover only a small Press the CHYbuEon _ o portion of the picture . select'Mode . " Mode : Caption In text mode , information unrelated Press me VOL - or VOL + to the program , such as news or DuEon ( 0 select " Caution " weather , is displayed . Text often or " Text . " © Move _ Select Fm Exit covers a large portion of the screen . - , 4 Different channels and fields 5 display different infi ) rmation : Field 2 carries additional information that Deperdmg on me uarncular broadcast , it reign [ De necessary to make changes to " Channels " and , tField " supplements the information in Use the CHA , OH T , VOL + and VOL - buttons to make the Field 1 . ( For example , Channel 1 changes Followthesameurocedureasin _ [ eps3 - 4 above . ' , may have subtitles in English , while Press the MENU button three times to exit . Channel 2 has subtitles in Spanish . ) 4 , 1 1 Cl [ AI ) ] ] 7 : ] R F < ) tJt _ : SPtC ] AI F ] 7 : , ' _ TURI S
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SPECIAL FEATURES ] Using the V - Chip The V - Chip f _ atl ] re al ] tomatically locks out programming that is deemed inappropriate % r children . The user must first enter a PIN ( personal ID number ) befbre any of the V - Chip restrictions can be set up or changed . Note " When the V - chip feature is active , channel - auto program f _ atures do not fl ] nction . Setting Up Your Persona | ID Number ( PIN ) 1 FuSCt _ O _ Press the MENU button to } display me menL Tl _ e Press the OHV button three times to select the : unct on menL # Move ± Select [ ] _ Exit Press the VOL + button , Press the OHT button three times [ o selec [ rne _ te _ Pin V - chiP menu , Enter Pin Press the VOL + button . The " _ nter pin " screen will appear . Enter your 4 - digit P tN number . Note : The default PIN number for a new TV se i _ " O - O - O - O . ' 3 _ FU _ C _ IO _ After entering a valid PIN numoeJ the " V - ch p screen will aDoear Press the OHY button rnree times and highi ] gn [ Change pin . " - _ 1 Note : If you fbrget the PIN , 4 press the remote control keys in the following sequence , which resets the While the " Change pin " field is selected nress the pin to0 0 0 0 : _ Change 9 _ n VOL ÷ 3uuon . The Change POWER OFF , * MUTE - _ 8 - _ 2 - _ pin screen will appear . 4 " * POWER ON . Chooseany 4 - digits tot your PIN and enter them . Comfirmnew p _ n As soon as the 4 digits are entered , the " Confirm new 3in " screen appears . Re - enter the same 4 dig ts . When the Confirm screen alsappears , your PIN has oeen merr 3rlzed Press the MENU button three times to exit . C } [ AP ] 7 ] ] , _ F < } UR : SPt C ] A ] F ] b \ T1 ] Rt S _ . ] 2
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SPECIAL FEATURES How to Enable / Disable the V - Chip display the menu , PresstheCH T button three times to select the ' ! Function " menu , Press the VOL + button . Press the CHY button three times to select the ' ! V _ chip'i menu : Press the VOL + button . The _ ! Enter pin " Screen will appear . Enter y0ur 4 : digit PIN numbe [ . . 3 The ' ! V : Chip " screen will appear , and " V _ Chiplock ' ! will be selected ( turns blue color ) . To enable the V : Chip feat # Move ± Select FFRExit ture , press the VO [ + but - ton so that the tlV : Chip lock " field isYes _ ( P [ essing VOL ÷ will alternate between Yesand No . ) How to Set up Restrictions Using the " TV guidelines " First , set up a personal identification number ( PI ] XT ) , and enable the V ; Chip . ( See previous section . ) Parental restrictions can be set up using either of two rnethods : The TV guide - lines or the M ] - ) AA rating . Press the MENU button to display the menu , press the CHY button three times to select the ' ! Function " menu . Press the VOL ÷ button . , I ] _ C } [ AP ] 7 ] 7 ] RF { ) [ J } _ : SPHC ] AI _ ] Tb \ TIIR } { S
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SPECIAL FEATURES i 2 _ Pun _ t _ el _ Press the OHY button Enter Pin three times [ o select me V - chW ' menu , Enter P ± n : - - - Press the VOL + button , The " Enter pin " screen 0 ~ 9 Select TRExIt wm appear . Enter your 4 - digit PIN number . 3 The V - chip s : reen wHY appear . Press the O TV guidelines • button , and h ghlight the field for " TV guidelines . " • Move ± Selec % [ FNExi % _ 1 Note : These categories consist of 4 t \ _ , ' oseparategroups : TV - Y and TVY7 _ netiDn Press the % / O1 . b + utton . tyoung children through age 7 } . ana f _ & ll FV V 8 L D TV _ Y _ U TV G through TV MA eve ] ybody The " TV guidelines " screen will appear , Press else ) . the CH A . Ol'l V buttons to highlight one of the six The restrictions for these two groups age - based catego . es : # Mere + Selec % [ ] _ Exit work independently : If a household includes ve ] y young children as well TV - Y Young childre - TV - Y7 Childrer 7 and ovel as young adults , the TV guidelines must 10eset t p separately ibr each age TV - G General audience group . See next step . ) TV - PG Parental guidance TVq4 Viewers 14 and over TV - MA Matureaua ence 5 At this point , one of the TV - Ratings is highlighted lblue colon . Press the VO [ + button : DepenDing on your extsnng setup , a letter U " or " B " will start bhnking . tU = Unblocked . B = BloCKeD , While the " U " or " B " is reD . Dressthe OHA or CHY button to block or unblocK rne category Press the MENU button once m save me TV guidelines . A TV - Rating wtll be highhghteu , and no etters wtll blink . Toexit this screen , press MENU ac _ in . Toselect a different TV - Rating _ ress the CHA or CH Y button and then repeat the process . Note 1 : The TV - YT . TV - PG . TV - 14 and TV - MA nave aaumonal options . See the next step to change any of the following sub - raungs : FV : Fantasy Violence D : Dialog L : Offensive language S : Sexual situ : mot V : Violence Note 2 : TheV - Ch p will automaticatty 3 ] ock certain categories that are " more restrictive . " For example , if you block TW _ " category , then TV - Y7will automatically be blocked . Similarly , if you block the TV - Gcategory , men all the categories in the " young adult " group wtll be blocked TV - G . TV - PG . TV - 14and TV - MAI . Thesub - ratings ID . L . S . V / work together similarly , See next section .
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SPECIAL FEATURES ] 6 How to set the FV . D . L S and V sub - ratmgs : First , highlight one of these TV - Ratmgs : TV - Y7 . TV - PG TV - 14or TV - MA ( See SteD4 . on Previous page ) Next . while the W - Rating is highlighted ( BLUE ) , repea [ emy E " essthe VO [ + button . This wil cycle throug " the available sub - ratings ( FV , L S , DorV ) A blinking letter ( " U " or " B " ) will be disptayed for each sub - rating . While the " U " or " B " is blinking , press the Cil A ot OHT button to change the sub - rating Press MENU once to save the TV gu ] dehnes . A W - Rating will be highlighted IB [ UE ) and no letters will blink Toextt this screen press MENU agam . Tosetec [ a different TV - Rating , press the Cil A or Cil Y button and then repeat me process Note : The V - cNp will automaticallj block certain categories that are " More restrictive " . For example , if you block L " submatinginTV - PG , thenthe " l " sub - ratmgs in TV - 14and TV - MA will automatically be blocked 7 Press rne MENU button three umes to clear all the screens tor proceed _ ome next secnon and set up additional restrictions based on the MPAA codes . How to Set up Restrictions using the MPAA Ratings : G , PG , PG - 13 , R , N0 - 17 , X The MPAA rating system uses the Motion Picture Association of America ( MPAA ) system , and its main applicatior | is for movies . ( Eventually , movie videocassettes will be encoded with MPAA ratings . ) When the " VtChip lock is on , the TV will automatically block any programs that are coded with objectionable ratings ( either MPAA or TVtRatings ) . Press the MENU button to display the menu . Press the Oil T button three times to select the ' ! Functi0n ' : menu . Press the V01 . + button . Press the Oil T button three times to select the ' W : chiPi ' menu . Press the VOL ÷ button . ] - he _ iEnter pin " screen will appear . Enter Y0ur 4 : digit PIN number . _ , 1 5 CIIAP ] : ] 7 : ] R F < ) UR : SPt C ] AI E ] 7 : , \ TURI S
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SPECIAL FEATURES i The'W _ chiffl screen wi ! l appear . P [ ess the OHY button twice , and select " MPAA rating . ' I ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ While " MPAA rating " is ; J / o selected , press the VOL + G m " B i button . The " MPAA rat _ ing " screen will appear , Move + Select ITR SxiE iii I G . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Repeatedly press the OH _ £ : 7 _ ! . . . . . _ # _ : . . . ! ! . E _ . _ . _ ! [ . _ £ 9 ! . _ . £ . _ _ . . _ @ . . . _ ! . . ! . ! . . . . . . . . Y button to select a It R ( Restricted . Childrenunder 17should particular MPAA category . pressing the CHV button . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . t . £ . . _ . . £ . . _ . . . . r . _ . . . . ml _ . r _ . ! @ . . . ! . _ . . x . . . . _ . . f . L . . _ . . . . @ . . . ! . ! . ) . . . : . . . . . . . . will cycle through the N . £ . : ; ! . Z . . . . . . _ ! _ . _ . h ! . ! . _ ! ¢ . c . . _ ] . . r . _ _ . . . . . . y . . ! . _ . . . . g . . . . _ . . . . [ . . . . . _ . . 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MPAA categodesl X X ( Adults only ) . NR . . . . . . . _ . . ! . . . £ . . . . : . _ . . . . . : . _ . . . . t . e . . . . f . J . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . While a particular category is selected , press VOL + to activate it . A letter CU " or " B " ) will be displayed . Press OH _ , or OH _ to select " U " or " B " . Press MENU four times to save the settings and to clear all screens . Note : The V - Chip will automatically block any category that is " more restrictive . " For example , if you block the " PGq 3 " category , then " R , " " NCq7 , " and " X " will automaticall _ be blocked also . How to Reset the TV after the V - Chip Blocks a Channel ( " Emergency Escape " ) If the TV is tuned to a restricted channel , the V - Chip will block it , ] h e screen will go blank and the following To resume norma ! viewing + tune to a different Channe ! using the number buttons . Unde [ certain conditions ( depending on the rating o [ the local TV programs ) the v _ Chip might lock out al ! the channels . In this case , use the WChip function for an 7emergency escape " : press the MENUbutton to display the menu . Press the Oil Y button three times tOselept the ' ! [ unctio n " menu and press the I / O [ + button . Press the 6t1 Y button three times to highlight the iW _ chip " menu and press the I / OL + button . Enter your PIN number , arid press the I / OL ÷ button to temporarily disable the WOhip Lock . C } [ APF ] 7 : ] 7 FI ) [ Jt ? : SFt C ] A ] F ] 7 : , \ TURt S ' 4 , I f - )
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TROUBLESHOOTING If the TV seems to have a problem , first Uy this list of possible problems and soh ] tions . If " none of " these trol ] bleshooting tips apply , then call yol ] r nearest ( h ] rtis Mathes al ] thorized service ( ' enter , Identifying Problems Problem Possible Solution Poor picu ] re Try another channel . Ac ! jl ] st the antenna . Check all wire connections . Poor sol n _ d ql ] alit3 _ TW another channel . Adjust the antenna . No pictl ] re or sol ] nd . Try another channel . Press the TV / VIDEO button . Make sure the TV is plugged in . Check the antenna connections . No color , wrong colors or tints . Make sure the program is broadcast in color . Ac ! jl ] st the pictl mesettings . If the set is rnoved or tl ] rned in a diff > rent direction , the power sholfld be OFF fbr at least 30 rninl ] tes . Pictl ] re rolls verticall _ z At ! jr ] st the antenna . Check all wire connections . The TV operates erratically Unph ] g the TV fk ] r 30 seconds , then Uy operating it again . The TV won't tl nn on . Make sl ne the wall ol Met is working . CHAPTE ] _ FIV ] : TROUBI ] S ] tOOTINC 5 , " 1
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APPENDIX Cleaning and Maintaining Your TV With proper care , your TV unit will give you many years of service . Please fi _ llow these guidelines to get the maximum perfi _ rrnance flora your TV Placement ° Do not place the TV near extremely hot , cold , hurnid or dusty places . ° Do not place the TV near appliances with electric rnotors that create rnagnetic fields , st ] ch as vacl ] l n'n cleaners . ° Keep the ventilation openings clear ; do not place the TV on a soft surface , such as cloth or paper . • Place the TV in a vertical position only . Liquids ° Do not handle liquids near or on the TV Liquids that spill into it can cause serious damage . Cabinet • Never open the cabinet or touch the parts ii - lside . ° Wipe your TV with a clean , dry cloth . Never use water , cleaning fluids , wax , or chemicals . ° Do not put heavy olqjects on top of the cabinet . Temperature • If " your TV is suddenly rnoved f ] orn a cold to a warrn place , unplug the power Col - d , and allow at least two hours f _ r moisture that may have fk _ rrned inside the unit to chy cornpletel _ z Using Your TV in Another Country If you plan to take your TV with you to a foreign country , please be aware of the different television systems that are in use around the world . A TV designed for one system may not work properly with another system due to differences in the TV channel flequencies . Specifications Model CM19033S AC 120V Voltage 60Hz Ereql ] ency of Operation . 1 AP } _ I : NI ) ] X
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Curtis Mathes Color Television ThisCurtisMathesbrandproduct , as suppliedanddistributedby CurtisMathesanddeliverednew , in the originalcartonto the originalconsumerpurchaser , is warrantedby Curtis Mathesagainstmanufacturingdefectsin materialsandworkmanshipfor a limitedwarrantyperiodof : Ninety ( 90 ) DaysLaborand One ( 1 ) YearPartsandTwo ( 2 ) YearsWarrantyfor PictureTube ( CRT ) Thislimitedwarrantybeginson the originaldate of purchase , and is valid only on productspurchasedand usedin the United States . To receivewarrantyservice , the purchasermust contactCurtisMathesfor determinationof problemandserviceproce - dures . Warrantyservicecanonly beperformedbya CurtisMathesauthorizedservicecenter . Theoriginaldatedbillof satemust bepresenteduponrequestasproofof purchaseto CurtisMathesor CurtisMathes'sauthorizedservicecenter . CurtisMatheswill repairor replacethis product , at our optionandat nochargeas stipulatedherein , with newor reconditioned partsor productsif found to be defectiveduringthe limitedwarrantyperiodspecifiedabove . All replacedpartsand products becomethe propertyof Curtis Mathesand must be returnedto Curtis Mathes . Replacementpartsand productsassumethe remainingoriginalwarranty , orninety ( 90 ) days , whicheveris longer . Toobtainwarrantyservice , pleasecontactCurtisMathesat : 1 - 877 - 456 - 2788 Formoreproductandcustomersupportinformationv , isittheCurtisMatheswebs ! toat : www . curtis mathes . eom In - homeservicewitt be providedduringthe warrantylaborperiodsubjectto availabilitywithinthe contiguousUnitedStates . In - homeserviceis notavailablein attareas . Toreceivein - homeservice , the productmustbeunobstructedandaccessibleto service personnel . If duringin - homeservicerepaircannot becompleted , it maybenecessaryto remove , repairand returnthe product . If in - homeserviceis unavailable , CurtisMathesmayelect , at our optionto providefor transportationof our choiceto andfroma CurtisMathesauthorizedservicecenter . Otherwise , transportationto andfromthe CurtisMathesauthorizedservicecenteris the responsibilityof the purchaser . Thislimitedwarrantycoversmanufacturingdefectsin materialsandworkmanshipencounteredin normal , noncommerciaulseof this productandshaltnot applyto the following , including , but not limitedto : damagewhichoccursin shipment ; deliveryand installationa ; pplicationsandusesfor whichthisproductwasnotintended ; alteredproductorserialnumbers ; cosmeticdamageor exteriorfinish ; accidents , abuse , neglect , fire , water , lightningor otheractsof nature ; useof products , equipments , ystems , utili - ties , services , parts , supplies , accessoriesa , pplicationsi , nstallationsr , epairs , externawl iringor connectorsnotsuppliedor autho - rizedby CurtisMatheswhichdamagethis productor resultin serviceproblems ; incorrectelectrica ! linevoltage , fluctuationsand surges ; customeradjustmentsandfailureto followoperatinginstructionsc , leaning , maintenanceandenvironmentailnstructions that are coveredandprescribedin the instructionbook ; productremovaland reinstallation ; receptionproblemsand distortion relatedto noise , echo , interferenceor other signaltransmissionand deliveryproblems ; picturetube ( CRT ) brightnessrelatedto normalaging , or burned - inimages . CurtisMathesdoesnotwarrantuninterruptedor error - freeoperationof the product . THEREARE NO EXPRESSEDWARRANTIESOTHERTHANTHOSELISTEDAND DESCRIBEDABOVE , AND NO WAR - RANTIESWHETHEREXPRESSEDOR IMPLIEDI , NCLUDINGB , UTNOTLIMITEDTO , ANYIMPLIEDWARRANTIESOF MER - CHANTABILITYOR FITNESSFORA PARTICULARPURPOSES , HALLAPPLYAFTERTHE EXPRESSEDWARRANTYPERI - ODSSTATEDABOVE , ANDNOOTHEREXPRESSEDWARRANTYORGUARANTYGIVENBYANYPERSONF , IRMORCOR - PORATIONWITH RESPECTTO THIS PRODUCTSHALLBE BINDINGON Curtis Mathes . Curtis MathesSHALLNOTBE LIABLEFORLOSSOF REVENUEOR PROFITSF , AILURETO REALIZESAVINGSOR OTHERBENEFITSO , RANY OTHER SPECIAL , INCIDENTALOR CONSEQUENTIALDAMAGESCAUSEDBYTHE USE , MISUSEOR INABILITYTO USETHIS PRODUCTR , EGARDLESSOF THELEGALTHEORYONWHICHTHECLAIMIS BASED , EVENIF BCurtisMathesHASBEENE ADVISEDOFTHEPOSSIBILITYOF SUCHDAMAGES . NORSHALLRECOVERYOFANYKINDAGAINSTCurtisMathes GREATERIN AMOUNTTHANTHE PURCHASEPRICEOF THEPRODUCTSOLD BY Curtis MathesANDCAUSINGTHE ALLEGEDDAMAGE . WITHOUTLIMITINGTHEFOREGOINGP , URCHASERASSUMESALLRISKANDLIABILITYFORLOSS , DAMAGEOR INJURYTO PURCHASERANDPURCHASER'SPROPERTYANDTO OTHERSANDTHEIRPROPERTYA , RIS - INGOUTOF THEUSE , MISUSEOR INABILITYTO USETHISPRODUCTSOLDBYCurtisMathes , NOTCAUSEDDIRECTLYE BYTHENEGLIGENCEOF CurtisMathes . THISLIMITEDWARRANTYSHALLNOTEXTENDTOANYONEOTHERTHANTH ORIGINALPURCHASEROF THISPRODUCTI , SNONTRANSFERABLAENDSTATESYOUREXCLUSIVEREMEDY . Somestatesdo not allowlimitationson howtongan impliedwarrantylasts , or the exclusionor limitationof incidentalor conse - quentialdamages , so the abovelimitationsorexclusionsmaynotapplyto you . Thiswarrantygivesyou specificlegalrights , and youmayalsohaveotherrightswhichvaryfromstateto state .
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This product is listed by Underwriter's Laboratories , Inc . It is designed and manufactured to meet rigid U . L safety standards against X - radiation , fire casualty and electrical hazards . As an ENERGY STAR ® Partner , CurtisMatheshas determinedthat this productor productmodelmeetsthe ENERGY STAR ® guidelines for energy effiency . CurtisMathes 3250 W . Big Beaver Rd . Troy , MI 48084 For more information about thisor other CurtisMathes products , pleasevisit our web siteat : www . curtismathes . com . AA68 - 02351 A - 00
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