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Color Television Operating Instructions ® CT - 32G31 Read these instructions completely before operating this set . Contents subject to change without notice or obligation . Printed In USA TQB2AA0019 - 1 Copyright 1995 by Matsushita Electric Corporation of America . All rights reserved . Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law .
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Safety Instructions WARNING A WARNING : To reduce the risk of electric shockdo not remove cover or back . No user - serviceable parts inside . Refer servicing to qualified service personnel . The lightning flash with ar - The exclamation point within a triangle is intended to tell is intended to tell the user the user that important oper - that parts inside the product ating and servicing instruc - _ 1 = raorwe - aheriasdkofweiltehcitnrica sthrioacnkgtleo _ 1 = tions are in the papers with persons , the appliance . Note To CATV System Installer : This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer's attention to Article 820 - 40 of the NEC 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 . Safety Instructions For Television Receivers 1 . Read and apply the operating instructions provided with your television receiver . 2 . Read all of the instructions given here and retain them for later use . 3 . Unplug this television receiver from the wall outlet before cleaning . Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners . Use a damp cloth for cleaning . 4 . Do not use attachments not recommended by the television receiver manufacturer as they may cause hazards . 5 . Do not use this television receiver near water . For example : Avoid placing it near a bathtub , washbowl , kitchen sink , or laundry tub , in a wet basement , or near a swimming pool , etc . 6 . Do not place this television receiver on an unstable cart , stand , or table . The television receiver may fall , causing serious injury to a child or adult , and serious damage to the appliance . Use only with a cart or stand recommended by the manufacturer , or sold with the television receiver . Wall or shelf mounting should follow the manufacturer's instructions , and should use a mounting kit approved by the manufacturer . 6A . An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care . Quick stops , excessive force , and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn . 7 . Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are provided for ventilation , and to insure reliable operation of the television receiver and to protect it from overheating . These openings must not be blocked or covered . The openings should never be blocked by placing the television receiver on a bed , sofa , rug or other similar surface . This television receiver should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register . This television receiver should not be placed in a built - in installation such as a bookcase unless proper ventilation is provided . 8 . Operate only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label . If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to your home consult your television dealer or local power company . For television receivers designed to operate from battery power , refer to the operating instructions . 9 . This te _ evisi _ n receiver is equ _ pped with a p _ _ arized a _ ternating - current line p _ ug ( a p _ ughaving _ ne b _ ade 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 EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS ANTENNA LEA _ ' - IN not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized PER ( NEC ) NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE WiRE plug . 10 . Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord . Do not locate this television receiver where the cord will be abused by persons walking on it . 11 . Follow all warnings and instructions marked DISCHARGE UNIT on the television receiver . _ _ ANTENNA 12 . Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in fire or electric GROUND l _ S shock . ELECTRIC SERVICE ROUNDING CONDUCTORS 13 . Never push objects of any kind into this ( NEC SECTION 810 - 211 _ ( NES SECTION 810 - 201 television receiver through cabinet slots as GROUND CLAMPS they may touch dangerous voltage points or POWER SERVICE GROUNDING short out parts that could result in a fire or _ ELECTRODE SYSTEM electric shock . Never spill liquid of any kind on ( N _ C ART 250 , PART HI the television receiver . - 2 -
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14 . Ifanoutsideantennaisconnected to the television equipment , be sure the antenna system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built up static charges . In the U . S . Section 810 of the National Electrical Code and in Canada Part I of the Canadian Electrical Code provides information with respect 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 antenna - discharge unit , connection to grounding electrodes , and requirements for the grounding electrode . See Figure . 15 . For added protection for this television receiver during a lightning storm , or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time , unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna . This will prevent damage to the receive rdue to lightning and power - line surges . 16 . An outside antenna system should not be located 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 . When installing an outside antenna system extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal . 17 . Unplug this television receiver from the wall outlet , and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions : a . When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed . b . If liquid has been spilled into the television receiver . c . If the television receiver has been exposed to rain or water . d . If the television receiver does not operate normally by following the operating instructions . Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions as improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the television receiver to normal operation . e . If the television receiver has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged . f . When the television receiver exhibits a distinct change in performance - this indicates a need for service . 18 . Do not attempt to service this television receiver yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards . Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel . 19 . When replacement parts are required , be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer that have the same characteristics as the odginal part . Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire , electric shock , or other hazards . 20 . Upon completion of any service or repairs to this television receiver , ask the service technician to perform routine safety checks to determine that the television is in safe operating condition . 21 . WARNING : To prevent fire or shock hazard , do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture . 22 . CAUTION : TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT USE THIS ( POLARIZED ) PLUG WITH AN RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE . NOTE : This equipment isdesigned to operate inthe U . S . A . , Canada and othercountries where the broadcasting system and AC house current is exactly the same as in the U . S . A . and Canada . Important Information Regarding Use of Video Games , Computers , Teletext or Other Fixed Image Displays . The extended use of fixed image program material can cause a permanent " shadow image " on the picture tube . This background image is viewable on normal programs in the form of a stationary fixed image . This type of irreversible picture tube deterioration can be limited by observing the following steps : A . Reduce the brightness / contrast setting to a minimum viewing level . B . Do not display the fixed image for extended periods of time . C . Turn the power off when not in actual use . NOTE : The marking or retained image on the picture tube resulting from fixed image use is not an operating defect and as such is notcovered by Warranty . This product is not designed to display fixed image patterns forextended periods of time . Specifications Channel Capability Chart Power Source : 120V , 60Hz , AC BAND USA / CAN Channel Capability : 181 channels ( See chart ) VHF 12 VHF 2 ~ 13 , UHF 14 - 69 , Cable 125 channels UHF 56 Video Input Jacks ( 2 ) : 1V p - p , 75 ohm , phono jack type CABLE ( Mid - Band ) 15 Audio Input Jacks ( 2 ) : High impedance - 10K ohm , 500mV rms CABLE ( Super Band ) 14 To Audio AMP Jacks : 0 - 4.0V rms 10K ohm CABLE ( Hyper Band ) 28 CABLE ( Ultra Band ) 56 S - VHS Input Jack : S - Video ( Y - C ) Connector Stereo Sound TOTAL CHANNELS 181 Surround Sound Closed Caption Display Picture in Picture : Two Tuner Specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation . - 3 -
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Introduction Congratulations on Your New Purchase Your new video component features an all solid state chassis which is designed to give you many years of enjoyment . It was thoroughly tested and adjusted at the factory for best performance . In order for you to take full advantage of your new video component , please read and follow the installation and operating instructions supplied with this product . Customer's Record The model and serial number of this product may be found on its back cover . You should note the model and serial number in the space provided and retain this book as a permanent record of your purchase to aid in identification in the event of theft or loss . Model Number : Serial Number : Table of Contents Picture Norm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Color . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Tint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Picture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Receiver Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Sharpness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Optional External Equipment Connections . . . . . . . . . 5 Audio Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 AC Power Supply Cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Audio Norm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Remote Control Battery Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Antenna / Cable Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Bass , Treble & Balance Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . 20 Audio Mode ( Stereo / SAP / Mono ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Picture in Picture External Video and Ant AI Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Surround Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Optional Equipment Connection and Operation . . 8 TV Speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 To Audio AMP Connection ( stereo ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Game Guard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Video / Audio Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Lock Game Guard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 S - Videc Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . g Unlock Game Guard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Location of Controls ( Receiver ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Channel Caption ( Station Identifier ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Location of Controls ( Remote ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Timer Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Remote Quick Reference Key Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Sleep " l ] mer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Control Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Program Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Power Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Set - Up Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Volume ( Vol ) Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Set Time ( Clock ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Mute Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Antenna Tuning Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Channel Change Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Auto Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Channel ( Ch ) Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Manual Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Keyboard " 0 through 9 " Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 CC ( Closed Caption ) On Mute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 VCR Function Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 CC ( Closed Caption ) Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 TV / Video Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 English / French Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Recall Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Programming The Universal Remote Control . . . . 37 R - Tune ( Rapid Tune ) Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 VCR Infrared Codes Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Multi Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Cable Converter Box & CD Player Codes . . . . . . . . 39 PIP ( Picture in Picture ) Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Cassette Players and AV Receivers Codes . . . . . . 40 Swap Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 laser Disc / DSS / TV / & DVD Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Size Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Care & Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Freeze Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Power Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 PIP Channel Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Move Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Troubleshooting Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Search Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Main Menu ( Icons ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Picture Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 - 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Installation Receiver Location This unit is intended to be used with an optional stand or entertainment center . Consult your dealer for available options . Locate for comfortable viewing . Avoid placing where sunlight or other bright light ( including reflections ) will fall on the screen . Use of some types of fluorescent lighting can reduce remote control transmitter range . Adequate ventilation is essential to prevent internal component failure . Keep away from areas of excessive heat or moisture . To insure optimum color purity do not position magnetic equipment ( motors , fans , other speakers , etc . ) nearby . Optional External Equipment Connections The Video / Audio connections between components can be made with shielded video and audio cables . For best perfor - mance , video cables should utilize 75 ohm coaxial shielded wire . Cables are available from your dealer or electronic supply house . Before you purchase any cables , be sure you know what type of output and input connectors you rvarious components require . Also determine the length of cable you'll need . AC Power Supply Cord CAUTION : TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK , MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT OF AC OUTLET AND FULLY INSERT . DO NOT USE THIS ( POLARIZED ) PLUG WITH A RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADE CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE . PolarizedPlug Remote Control Battery Installation Batteries : Use two " AA " batteries . 1 . Turn the Transmitter face down . To remove top cover , press down on marking and slide cover off in the direction indicated . 2 . Install the batteries as shown in the battery compartment . ( Polarity ( + ) or ( - ) must be correct . ) 3 . Replace the cover and slide in reverse until the lock snaps . Precaution on Battery Use Incorrect installation can cause battery leakage and corrosion that will damage the Remote Control Transmitter . Observe the Following Precautions : , _ PredSsS _ enc _ evre 1 . Batteries should be replaced as a pair . Always use new batteries when replacing the old set . Back 2 . Do not combine a used battery with a new one . m 3 . Do not mix battery types ( Example : " Zinc Carbon " with " Alkaline " ) . 4 . Do not attempt to charge , short - circuit , disassemble , heat or burn used batteries . 5 . Battery replacement is necessary when Remote Control reacts sporadically or stops operating the Receiver . : : : - - " them , you may need to reset the Remote Control Infrared Codes . We recommend that you initially record the codes on page 37 , w _ qenyou setup the remote . J - 5 -
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Antenna / Cable Connections Antenna Connection - For proper reception of VHF / UHF channels an external antenna is required . For best reception an outdoor antenna is recommended . Antenna Mode must be set to " IV . ( Refer to Antenna Mode section . ) Indoor Outdoor Incoming Cable From Home Antenna ( 75 Ohm ) Typical VHF / UHF Antenna VHF / UHFSet onBackof Incoming Cable From Home Antenna ( 300 Ohm ) VHF / UHFSet onBackof 300 to 75 ohm Matchingd ) Transformer ( Not Include Cable Connection - For reception of cable channels ( 01 - 125 ) connect the cable supplied by your local Cable company . Antenna Mode must be set to CABLE . ( Refer to Antenna Mode section . ) Incoming 75 Ohm Cable ( From Cable Company ) VHF / UHFSet onBackof NOTE : Certain cable systems offset some channels to reduce interference or have Premium ( scrambled ) channels . A Cable Converter box is required for proper reception . Check with your local Cable company for itscompatibility requirements . Other Video Equipment VCRs , Video Disc Players , Computers , TV games and Teletext equipment can also be connected to the antenna input connection . - 6 -
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Picture in Picture External Video and Antenna Connection This Receiver has the " PICTU RE IN PICTURE " featu re that uses two tuners . This allows you to watch 2 live broadcasts at the same time without an external video source . ( See Antenna Connection , Detail 1 . ) If you wish an external video source ( VCR , Laser Disc Player or Camcorder ) may be monitored in the PIP Frame . ( See External Video Connection , Detail 2 . ) Detail 1 - PIP Antenna Connection TERMINALS ON BACK OF RECEIVER • @ S - VIDEO ® ANT @ VIDEO . ® ® ® _ UD , O iT ' ® ® ® ' _ 2 _ 1 _ INPUT O AUDIO To ANT Terminal Incoming Cable AMP From Antenna Or Cable " IV System Detail 2 - PIP External Video Connection VCR or VIDEO DISC PLAYER TERMINALS ON BACK OF RECEIVER TERMINALS ON SACK OF VCR S - VIDEO OUT • @ S - VIDEO @ VIDEO OUT ANT ® ® • ® ® ® L1 AUDIO OUT ANT INPUT fT . ® ® ® ' OD'O 2 - - 1 - - INPUT O AUDIO AMP ToVCR Ant Input To ANT Terminal SignalSplitter ( not Included ) Helpful Hints : The PIP will operate using Audio / Video input terminals I or 2 . incoming Cable J _ Z : L From Antenna Or - - _ [ L . LL _ Use the TV / VIDEO button ( when the PIP frame is displayed ) Cable " IV System " 1 - - 1 " to select proper mode , / The PIP feature will operate using S - Video input terminal 1 , - 7 -
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Optional Equipment Connection and Operation To Audio AMP Connection ( Stereo ) TERMINALS ON BACK OF RECEIVER . @ ' S - VIDEO @ VIDEO ToAuxiliaryInput AUDIO 2 _ I m INPUT TO AUDIO AMP • To Audio AMP Connect to an external audio amp auxiliary input for monitoring sound through a stereo system . NOTE : " TO AUDIO AMP " terminals cannot be used for external speakers . Adjustment - When an audio amp is connected to " TO AUDIO AMP " terminals : 1 . Select INT . SPEAKERS " ON " Mode . ( Refer to the Audio Menu TV Speakers section . ) 2 . Set volume of audio amp to near minimum . 3 . Adjust volume of TV to desired listening level . 4 . Adjust volume of audio amp to match the level of " IV . 5 . Select INT . TV SPEAKERS " OFF & VAO " Mode . ( Refer to the Audio Menu TV Speakers section . ) 6 . Audio bass , treble , balance , volume and mute can now be controlled by the TV Remote Control . NOTE : When Selecting INT . - IV SPEAKERS " OFF & FAO " Mode , the TV sound output is always invariable ( Refer to the Audio Menu " iV Speakers section ) . Video / Audio Connection VCR or VIDEO DISC PLAYER TERMINALS ON BACK OF RECEIVER • @ S - VIDEO ® ® AUDIO . ® ® ® . " 2 _ 1 - - INPUT 0 AUDIO TERMINALS ON BACK OF VCR AMP Operation 1 . Connect optional equipment as shown to INPUT 1 or 2 . 2 . Select the desired Video mode by pressing the TV / VIDEO button . NOTE : You must select the same VIDEO Mode that the equipment is connected to . 3 . Operate optional equipment ( VCR - VDP ) as instructed in Optional Equipment manual . - 8 -
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S - Video Connection VCR or VIDEO DISC PLAYER TERMINALS ON BACK OF RECEIVER VCR S - VIDEO ( YC ) CONNECTOROPTIONAL • @ S - VIDEO @ VIDEO . ® ® ® _ , IT ' ® ® ® _ , ; D , O 2 - - 1 - - INPUT O AUDIO TERMINALS ON BACK OF VCR AMP Operation 1 . Connect S - Video ( YC ) connector to S - Videc Terminal . 2 . Make connections to L and R Input 1 Audio jacks . 3 . Select Video1 mode by pressing the TVNIDEO button . 4 . Operate optional equipment ( VCR - VDP ) as instructed in Optional Equipment manual . NOTE : • You must select the same VIDEO Mode that the equipment is connected to . • Connection of optional S - VIDEO jack automatically disconnects the Normal Video Input 1 jack . - 9 -
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Location of Controls ( Receiver ) Front Control Panel Remote Control Sensor Quick Reference Control Operation ( Receiver ) Q Power Button - Press to turn ON or OFF . ( pg . 14 ) Q Volume Buttons - Press to adjust Sound Level . Press to adjust Audio Menus , Video Menus and select operating features when menus are displayed , ( pg . 14 ) Channel Buttons - Press to select programmed channels . Press to highlight desired features when menus are displayed . ( pg . 14 ) Q Action Button - Press to display Main Menu and access or exit On Screen feature and Adjustment Menus . or one or Inputs , ( when W / Video Button Press to select TV of two Video for the Main Picture the PIP frame PIP frame is displayed ) . ( pg , 15 ) - 10 -
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Location of Controls for the Remote Unit Basic Remote Control Functions iThe followingis a basic 0vervieWof the remote controtunit for television OPe _ ati0n ; Enstl _ the W mode is selected byinitially pressing _ . Please refer to the indicatedpages for morn information . Power Button - Press to turn the TV ON or OFF . _ o _ . 14 ) ume Buttons - Press to adjust " IV sound level . Use with Channel buttons to navigate in menus . ( pg . 14 ) Channel Buttons - Press to select channels . Use with ® Volume buttons to navigate in menus . ( pg . 14 ) Action Button - Press to display Main Menu and ® access or exit On Screen feature and Adjustment Menus . ( pg . 18 ) TV / Video Button - Press to select " IV or one of two ( 2 ) ® Video Inputs , for the Main Picture or the PIP frame ( when the PIP frame is displayed ) . ( pg . 15 ) Mute Button - Press to mute sound . A second press ® returns sound . ( pg . 14 ) Keyboard " 0 through 9 " Buttons - Press desired ® channel number to access any channel . ( pg . 14 ) R - Tune ( Rapid Tune ) Button - Press to switch to th _ ® previous channel . ( pg . 15 ) Recall Button - Press to display - time , status of Slee ® Timer , Channel , Video Mode , Channel Caption ( Station Identifier ) and Audio Mode . ( pg . 15 ) PIP Size Button - Press to select size of PIP frame ® ( when the PIP frame is displayed ) . ( pg . t 6 ) PIP Move Button - Press to position PIP frame to any ® corner of the Main Picture ( when PIP frame is displayed ) . ( pg . 17 ) stop PIP Freeze Button Press to action in the Main Picture or PIP frame ( when the PIP frame is displayed ) . ( pg . 17 ) PIP ( Picture In Picture ) Button - Press to display the @ PIP frame , press again to remove PIP frame . ( pg . 16 ) PIP Swap Button - Press to interchange PIP frame @ with Main Picture ( when the PIP frame is displayed ) . ( pg . 16 ) PIP Search Button This button is used to select PIP Search to automatically scan channels within the PIP Home Theater Frame . ( pg . 17 ) Remote Control ( _ ) Multi Button - Programmable to operate up to s = x Remote Function buttons simultaneously . ( pg . 15 ) Helpful Hints : Programmable operate VCR Function Buttons to many brands of VCR's . ( pg . 14 ) Iftheselected component does not respond to the remote control , ensure that the proper mode is Mode Selection B _ lons - Selectstheoperationmode selected . First , press the Mode Selection for the remote control . ( pg . 37 ) Button that corresponds to that component . For are ( PIP ) VCR / DSS Channel Buttons These buttons example , after first pressing the TV Mode Button used to select VCR orDSS channels UP or Down . Or , to the = remote will remain in the TV mode for any move the channels withinthe PIP Frame UP or DOWN . following commands . If a different mode buttonis ( refer to pg . 17 for PiP CH buttons ) . pressed while operating the television , the " rv NOTE : For more information on the Remote Control , cpleasee mode button must be pressed again to reset the refer to the Remote Control Quick Referen TV mode condition . Functional Key Chart ( pages 12 and 13 ) . - 11 -
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Remote Control Quick Reference Functional Key Chart TV SeleCts Channel VCR Selects Channel CABLE , DSS Selects Channel ( _ ( _ ) ( _ RECEIVER / AMPURER ( _ Selects TV Video I ( Z ) RVCR1 _ ) Selects TV Video 2 ( _ ) VC 2 ( _ ) ( _ _ ) ( _ Selects TV Video 3 ( _ VCR3 ( _ ) Selects Tuner ( _ ) Selects CD Player O ( _ ( _ ) _ ) Seleots Tape Cassette Player CO PLAYER Selects Track Number LD PLAYER Selects Track Number ALL COMPONENTS Programmable Button That Can Operate Up To Six Remote Functions At Once ( _ TV Selects the " iV Input Mode ALL COMPONENTS Turns On and Off Selected Components " rvt DSS , VCR , LDP Mutes " IV Audio CABLE Mutes Audioio RECEIVER / AMPLIRER Mutes Aud < _ " IV " iV Mode Selection for Remote Control CABLE Cable Mode Seleotion for Remote Control DSS ( DIGITAL SATELLITE DSS Mode Selection for Remote Control SYSTEM ) VCR VCR Mode Selection for Remote Control RECEIVER / AMPMRER Receiver / Amplifier Mode Selection for Remote Control COMPACT DISC CD Mode Selection for Remote Control CASSETTE PLAYER , DVD AUX Mode Selection for Remote Control Enables User to Operate a Tape Cassette Player , or Digital Video Disc LASER DISC PLAYER LD Mode SeleolJon for Remote Contr _ O TV Channel Up / Down , Menu Navigation CABLE Channel Up / Downd DSS DSS Guides an Menu NavigalJon LDP S _ dpREW CD FF , RECEIVER / AMPLIRER Preset or Tuning Frequency DVD Skip FWD / SkJp REW TV Volume Up / Down , Menu Navigation CABLE Volume Up / Down EDSSCEIVER / DSS Guides and Menu NavigalJon R AMPLIRER Volume Up / Down DVCRP TV Volume Up / l _ own L TV Volume Up / Down - 12 -
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Remote Control Quick Reference Functional Key Chart LDP Side A / B TV Selects Previously Tuned Channel CABLE Selects Previously Tuned Channel VCR Selects Previously Tuned Channel DSS Selects Previously Tuned Channel RECEIVEPJAMPLIRER Switches between AM and FM CD Selects Next Disc TAPE CASSEn'E PLAYER Selects Tape Cassette Player A or B TV ActivatesTV Menus DSS Actsas Menu Buttonfor DSS TV Displays Channel , Time , and Audio Mode DSS Displays Current DSS Settings VCR Displays Current VCR Settings LDP Displays Current LDP Settings TV PIP Move DSS REW DSS Guide MOVE VCR Rewind LDP Rewind TAPE Rewind CD Selects Previous Track DVD Rewind TV PIP Size DSS PLAY Enter / Select SI2E VCR Ray LOP Pray TAPE Play ( in Normal Direction ) CDDVD Play Play " IV PiP On / Off DSS Exit / Clear FF PIP VCR Fast Forward LDP Fast Forward TAPE Fast Forward CD Selects Next Track DVD Fast Forward DSS One Touch Record in DSS Mode REC VCR Record TAPE Record CABLE VCR Record DVD Stop VCR Stop STOP LDP Stop TAPE Stop CD Stop CABLE VCR Stop DVD Pause TV PAUSE PIP Swap VCR Pause EE } LDP Pause TAPE Pause CD Pause CABLE VCR Pause TV / VCR VCR F _ E2E Selects TVNCR Mode DSS ( _ Selects " r'v . , ' DSSMode CABLE Selects TV / VCR Mode TV PIP ChannelUp / Down ( 2Tuner PIPModelsOnly ) VCR / DSSCH VCR ChannelUp / Down DSS ChannelUp / Down CABLE VCR Up / Down - 13 -
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Control Operation Channel Change - ( Twooptions ) I " Press the TV Mode Selection button to Option 1 . Press the CHANNEL ( CH ) UP or DOWN button to Helpful Hints : _ I sequentially scan through programmed channels I Remote functions , if necessary . ( when On Screen menus are not displayed ) . NOTE : Press the TV Mode button to operate TV Remote functions , if necessary . Power Button - Press the POWER button after selecting a mode to turn ON . Press again to turn OFF . Located On Remote Control Selects Next ) / Higher Channel Selects Next / _ Volume Button - Press the VOLUME ( VOL ) LEFT or RIGHT button for desired listening level ( when Lower Channel On Screen menus are not displayed ) . Located On Remote Control Keyboard " 0 through 9 " Buttons Option 2 . Volume Level Press two digits on keyboard ( Example press 0 , then 5 forchanne105 ) . For channels over 99 , pressthree ( _ _ ) / Increases digits on keyboard . I @ l / Decreases Volume Level L Mute Button - Press the MUTE button to quickly reduce sound level ( Mute will appear on screen ) . Press VCR Function Buttons - TheVCRFUNC - again to restore sound . TIONbuttons have been designed to operate numerous brands of VCRs . The infrared code must be obtained prior to use . ( Please refer to Programming the U niversal Remote for programming instructions . ) NOTE : Press the VCR Mode Selection button to operate VCR Remote functions . Helpful Hints : [ REN Pt _ Y FF • Helpful information will display On Screen momen - I HOVE SIZE PIP tarily when Receiver is first turned on and when the channel is changed . J REC $ TOP PAIJ _ E • When using keyboard entry for channels 10,11 and I 12 in the CABLE mode there is a slight delay before I p'RIEEZE pIp CHANNEL channel change because of the capability of tuning IC _ Q O cable channels 100 to 125 . I NOTE : If " SPEAKER OFF " is displayed On Screen after pressing the VOLUME button , refer to Audio Menu to turn Speakers " ON " . - 14 -
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Multi Button The MULTI button can be programmed to operate up to 6 Remote function buttons at the same time . For Example : TV Power / On , VCR Power / On and Cable box Power / On ( selected brands ) can be operated at the same time with one press of the MULTI button . W / Video Button - Press the TVNIDEO button Procedure to select desired input for Main Picture or PIP frame 1 . First program the Remote for the selected device ( when the PIP is displayed ) . Infrared access code . Confirm that the Remote Control is compatible with the equipment . 2 . Face the Remote Control transmitter away from all Signal connected to : t _ equipment remote sensors . REAR VIDEO / AUDIO INPUT 2 JACKS ' _ 3 . Press and hold the Remote POWER button , then VIDEO 2 / press and hold the ACTION button down at the REARINVPIUDTEO1 / AJUADCIKOS . _ _ V'DEIOll same time for three seconds . ( All previous TV or CABLE PRESS AT THE SAMETIME " _ [ " commands are erased . ) _ _ ( _ FOR THREE SECONDS L J , CH 02 _ J 4 . After three seconds , let go of the POWER and ACTION buttons . Signal connected to : 5 . Press the MULTI button . ( Waiting more than 30 REAR VIDEO / AUDIO INPUT 2 JACKS " _ 1 PIP VIDEO 2 I seconds without pressing another button will exit the REAW . DEO / AU _ D , O P . PV . D1EO programming mode . ) INPU _ TJACK / S I _ 1 6 . Press a maximum of 6 Function buttons on the Remote . Each button you press isequal to one function . If six 1 Remote buttonfunctions are entered , all will register in the MULTI button memory in the sequence / entered . When finished , press the MULTI button to end the program mode . Recall Button - Pressthe RECALL button to The following is an example flow chart of Remote review : functions that can be programmed into the MULTI • Audio Mode status button ( The VCR Mode button should be • CH number or Video Input selected programmed before starting procedure see pg . 37 ) . • Sleep " rimer status • Clock time • Channel Caption ( Station Identifier ) l PRESS AT THE SAMETIME PRESS PRESS / / FOR THREE SECONDS CH 3 KXYZ PRESS PRESS PRESS TO ENDODE PROGRAM M 29 1 : 00 Now you can tum the TV and VCR ON / OFF at the same time with one press of the MULTI button . To delete entered functions - Press and hold the R - Tune ( Rapid Tune ) Button - Prestshe Remote POWER button then press and hold ethee R - TUNE ( RAPID TUNE ) button to instantly switch ACTION button down at the same time for thr between the last two channels selected ( withoutany On seconds . Now you can enter from one to six different Screen display being activated ) . Remote functions . NOTE : You can also program the MULTI button to perform CHANNEL NOW CHANNEL TUNED most individual Remote Control button functions . BEING " _ IEWED IMMEDIATELY BEFORE PressButton Buttons which continuously perform a function as long as pressed ( Volume Up / Down , Channel Up / Down , etc . ) cannot be programmed . Only those buttons which perform a function when initially mss Button Agail _ n _ . pressed ( Power On / Off , Mute , Direct Channel Entry , etc . ) can be programmed . - 15 -
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Swap Button - Press the SWAP button ( when the PIP frame is displayed ) to interchange what is ebeing . • Press the TV Mode Selection button to operate TV viewed on the Main Picture with that of the PIP fram Remote functions if necessary . PIP ( Picture in Picture ) Button - This 534 / # ' feature allows the viewer to monitor one channel CH 02 I , 4 _ E } program while watching another . The monitored source ( PIP ) can be a different channel or a different video PIP VIDEO I source ( such as a VCR ) when connected to the input jacks . • S - Video connection will also operate the PIP feature ( refer to OPTIONAL S - VIDEO VHS CONNECTION section ) . • When the Main Picture is in Video mode with no signal , the PIP will not operate properly . • Audio will be that of the Main Picture . PIP PIP Operation 1 . Press the TV Mode Selection button to operate the Remote function , if necessary . 2 . Press the PIP button . The PIP frame will appear at Size Button - Press the SIZE button ( when the the position it was last displayed . The Main Picture PIP frame is displayed ) to choose either the large or channel and PIP channel will display momentarily . small PIP frame . Audio will be that of Main Picture . 3 . To select CHs forthe Main Picture , use the Remote Control Keyboard or Channel UP / DOWN buttons . To select CHs for the PIP frame use the Remote Control PIP Channel UP / DOWN buttons . 4 . Press the PIP button again to cancel PICTURE IN PICTURE feature . NOTE : For PIP Video source connection , refer to PIP Antenna and External Video connection section . / Main Picture Small PIP Frame Main Large PIP Frame CH Channel hPicture wit Picture in PIP CH Sound Picture Channel Picture in F - Picture Frame - 16 -
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Move Button - The PIP frame may be located at Helpful Hints : J any comer of the Main Picture by pressing the PIP Press the TV Mode Selection button to operate TV I MOVE button ( when the PIP frame is displayed ) . Remote funct ons , f necessary . Freeze Button - Press the FREEZE button to NOTE : Each time MOVE button is pressed ( when the stop action in the PIP frame . PIP frame is displayed ) , the PIP frame will move ( counterclockwise ) as illustrated . I - - I - D Main Picture [ _ FreeFzerame I - 7 - I - 1 NOTE : • Pressing the FREEZE button when the PIP frame is not displayed will stop action in the Main Picture and display it on the PIP frame . Search Button - The SEARCH button allows • Pressing the FREEZE button when PIP frame is you to scan channels in " Channel Scan memory " one at displayed will stop action in the PIP frame , press the a time . This feature will work with or without an external FREEZE button again to continue action . video signal as the Main Picture . • Press the PIP button to delete PIP frame . SEARCH PIP CH 2 PIP Channel Buttons - Pressthe ( PIP ) CH ( CHANNEL ) UP or DOWN button while the PIP frame is displayed to sequentially scan through Channels . PIP CHANNEL to aScanrch . _ _ Press Se ScanChannel DOWN ScanChannelUp ( next lower ) ( nexthigher ) Search Operation 1 . Press the SEARCH button . A PIP frame will appear onthe Main Picture . ( The PIP frame will continuous - ly scan channels in sequence as programmed into channel memory . ) 2 . Two Options : Option 1 . Press the SEARCH button again , the Search frame will disappear . Option 2 . Press the PIP button to stop Search feature on de - sired picture for PIP frame . ( Press the SWAP button to interchange what is being viewed onthe Main Pic - ture with that of the PIP frame . - 17 -
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Main Menu ( Icons ) HDHm Note : Refer to page 36 to change sub menus to a different language ( English or French ) . Located On Remote Control Selects Desired Menuis Displayed Selects or Adjusts FeaturesWhen Menu is Displayed Displays and Exits Menus 1 . Press the ACTION button to display the Main Menu with Icons . 2 . Press the CH UP or DOWN and the VOL LEFT or RIGHT buttons to select the desired Icon when the Main Menu is displayed ( selected Icon will be indicated in Red ) . 3 . Press the VOL buttons for left and right movement and the CH buttons for up or down movement . 4 . To exit the Main Menu first select the EXIT loon , then press the ACTION button . - 18 -
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Picture Norm - This feature is used to reset Picture Adjustments Color , _ nt , Brightness , Picture and Sharpness • Picture Norm adjustments back to a factory preset level . • Color 1 . Press the ACTION button to display the Main Menu . • Tint 2 . Press the CH UP / DOWN and VOL LEFT / RIGHT • Brightness buttons to select the Picture Icon . • Picture 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the Picture • Sharpness Adjustment Menu . IId [ _ l [ . I ] _ ] = 1 Located On Remote Control Selects Desired Feature When Menu is Displayed Selects or Adjusts 4 . Press the CH UP or DOWN button to highlight Menu is Displayed PICTURE NORM ( if necessary ) . Features When ( _ 5 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button to select = SET " to Normalize Color , " 13nt , Brightness , Picture and Sharpness . Displays and Exits Menus 6 . Press the ACTION button twice to exit the Picture Adjustment Menu . Color , Tint , Brightness , Picture & Sharpness Adjustments 1 . Press the ACTION button to display the Main Menu . 2 . Press the CH UP / DOWN and VOL LEFT / RIGHT buttons to select the Picture Icon . 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the Picture Adjustment Menu . Helpful Hints : 4 . Press the CH UP or DOWN button to highlight the Picture Adjustments : desired Picture Adjustment ( Color , Tint , Brightness , COLOR - adjust for desired color intensity . Picture or Sharpness ) . 5 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button to adjust your TINT - adjust for natural flesh tones . selection . ( The selected Picture Adjustment will be BRIGHTNESS - adjust so dark areas of picture just displayed ) . become black for a crisp detail . 6 . Repeat steps 4 and 5 for the remaining Picture PICTURE - adjust so the white areas of the picture are Adjustments . to your liking . 7 . Press the ACTION button twice to exit the Picture SHARPNESS - adjust for best clarity of outline detail Adjustment Menu . - 19 -
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Audio Norm - - This feature is used to reset BASS , Audio Adjustment TREBLE and BALANCE back to a factory preset level . • Audio Norm 1 . Press the ACTION button to display the Main Menu . • Bass 2 . Press the CH UP / DOWN and VOL LEFT / RIGHT • Treble buttons to select the Audio Icon . • Balance 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the Audio • ( Audio ) Mode Adjustment Menu . • AI Sound • Surround • TV Speakers Located On Remote Control Feature When Menu is Displayed _ _ Selects Desired 4 . Press the CH UP or DOWN button to highlight Selects or Adjusts AUDIO NORM . Features When 5 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button to select Menu is Displayed " YES " to Normalize Bass , Treble and Balance . 6 . Press the ACTION button twice to exit the Audio Adjustment Menu . Displays and Exits Menus Bass , Treble & Balance Adjustment 1 . PresstheACTIONbuttontodisplaytheMain Menu . 2 . Press the CH UP / DOWN and VOL LEFT / RIGHT buttons to select the Audio Icon . 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the Audio Adjustment Menu . 4 . Press the CH UP or DOWN button to highlight BASS , TREBLE or BALANCE . 5 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button to adjust for desired audio response . Helpful Hints : 6 . Repeat steps 4 and 5 for remaining Audio functions . 7 . Press the ACTION button twice to exit the Audio BASS - To increase or decrease the Bass response . Adjustment Menu . TREBLE - To increase or decrease the Treble re - sponse . NOTE : When TV SPEAKERS is in the OFF & FAO mode , BALANCE - To emphasize the Right and Left the BASS , TREBLE and BALANCE adjustments will Speaker's volume . indicate FIXED . - 20 -
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Stereo / SAP / Mono Audio Mode When Audio is broadcast in Stereo or SAP an ON Screen display will appear on initial " Turn On " and " Channel Change " , The available choices will be indicated in red . 1 . Press the ACTION button to display the Main Menu . 2 , Press the CH UP / DOWN and VOL LEFT / RIGHT buttons to select the Audio Icon . Located On Remote Control 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the Audio Adjustment Menu . Selects Desired FeatureWhen Menu is Displayed Selects or Adjusts FeaturesWhen Menu is Displayed Displays and Exits Menus 4 . Press the CH UP or DOWN button to select MODE . 5 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button to select Stereo , SAP ( Second Audio Programming ) or Mono , 6 . Press the ACTION button twice to exit the Audio Adjustment Menu . Helpful Hints : STEREO - Two channel Audio reception . SAP - Second Audio Programming ( typically used for bilingual audio ) . MONO - Use when stereo signal is weak , - 21 -
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AI Sound AI Sound - This feature regulates the volume between programs and commercial audio to maintain a constant sound output level . 1 . Press the ACTION button to display the Main Menu . 2 . Press the CH UP / DOWN and VOL LEFT / RIGHT Located On Remote Control buttons to select the Audio Icon . 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the Audio _ H _ Selects Desired Adjustment Menu . MeF'net , suu _ a , _ aeye d Selects or Adjusts FeaturesWhen Menu is Displayed Displays and Exits Menus 4 . Press the CH UP or DOWN button to highlight AI SOUND . 5 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button to select AI SOUND " ON " or " OFF " . 6 . Press the ACTION button twice to exit the Audio Adjustment Menu . - 22 -
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Surround Surround - Use the Surround Feature to enhance audio response when listening to Stereo broadcasts . 1 . Press the ACTION button to display the Main Menu . 2 . Press the CH UP / DOWN and VOL LEFT / RIGHT buttons to select the Audio Icon . Located On Remote Control 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the Audio Adjustment Menu . Selects Desired imrct Feature When Menu is Displayed Selects or Adjusts Features When Menu is Displayed Displays and Exits Menus 4 . Press the CH UP or DOWN button to highlight SURROUND . 5 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button to select SURROUND OFF or ON . 6 . Press the ACTION button twice to exit the Audio Adjustment Menu . - 23 -
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TV Speakers - This feature is used to tum the TV Speakers internal speakers " ON " or " OFF " . It is used when the Receiver is connected to an External Audio Amplifier . ( Refer to " To Audio Amp " section for further informa - tion . ) 1 . Press the ACTION buttonto display the Main Menu . Located On Remote Control 2 . Press the CH UP / DOWN and VOL LEFT / RIGHT buttons to select the Audio Icon . 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the Audio Adjustment Menu . F = 4 = . t ] l [ = Selects or Adjusts Features When Menu is Displayed Displays and Exits Menus 4 . Press the CH UP or DOWN button to highlight TV SPEAKERS . 5 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button to select TV Speakers ON , OFF & VAO or OFF & FAO . • ON - TV SPEAKERS operate normally . • OFF & VAO ( Variable Audio Output ) TV SPEAKERS off , the sound output varies according to the TV volume , use the TV remote to control the volume , muting , bass , treble and balance of the External Stereo System . • OFF & FAO ( Fixed Audio Output ) - TV SPEAKERS off , sound output is always invariable . 6 . Press the ACTION button twice to exit the Audio Adjustment Menu . - 24 -
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Lock Lock Game Guard Prevents video games and other video sources from being viewed . Channel 3 , 4 and all video inputs are locked out for 12 , 24 or 48 hours . NOTE : Be sure to understand this feature before attempting its use . Use a code that you will easily remember or write down code on a piece of paper . 1 . Press the ACTION button to displaythe Main Menu . Located On Remote Control 2 . Press the CH UP / DOWN and VOL LEFT / RIGHT buttons to select the Lock Icon . 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the Lock ( Game Guard ) Menu . Selects or Adjusts FeaturesWhen Menu is Displayed Displays and Exits Menus 4 . Press the VOL RIGHT button to select the desired hours ( 12 , 24 or48 ) for Game Guard ( Lockout ) tobe activated . 5 . Press the CH DOWN button to select " ENTER CODE " . Then enter a 3 digit code with the Remote Control Keyboard , IMPORTANT NOTE : Use a code you can easily remember or write down the code on a piece of paper , 6 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button after entering three digit code . " Game Guard Locked " will display On Screen . Game Guard Activated - 25 -
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Unlock Game Guard To unlock the Game Guard feature , repeat steps 1 through 3 from Lock Game Guard . Enter the same 3 digit code previously used in step 5 with Remote Control Keyboard . Enter Same 3 Digit Code Previously Used If 3 Digit Code Is The Same If 3 Digit Code Is Not The Same - 26 -
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Channel Caption + t , , ] l ITO ] ( Located On Remote Control Selects Desired FeatureWhen Menu is Displayed 4 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button , or use the Selects or Adjusts Remote Control Keyboard , to enter channel number FeaturesWhen you wish to assign a Station Identifier . Menu is Displayed 5 . Press the CH DOWN button to select " ENTER CAPTION " . Displays and Exits Menus Channel Caption ( Station Identifier ) This feature allows you to enter the call names of up to 30 stations into memory ( using up to 4 characters for each station ) . The call name will then display along with the channel number when changing channels or press - ing RECALL . 6 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button to select first character in Station Identifier . Then press the CH CH 03 I DOWN button to move cursor to the second position XYYZ < . _ ChannelCaptJonifier ) and repeat until the complete Station Identifier is ( Station Ident entered ( up to 4 characters ) . 7 . Press the CH UP or DOWN button to select " ENTER CHANNEL NUMBER " . Then repeat steps 4 through 6 to continue adding Channel Station Identifier ( s ) . 8 . Press the ACTION button twice to exit the Channel Caption Menu . NOTE : To delete a Channel Caption ( Station Identifier ) from memory all four character positions must display dash mark ( - ) . 1 . Press the ACTION button to display the Main Menu . 2 . Press the CH UP / DOWN and VOL LEFT / RIGHT buttons to select the Channel Caption Icon . 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the Channel Caption Menu . Helpful Hints : When the Maximum amount of station identifiers are entered , " FULL " will be displayed in the characters position . - 27 -
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Timer Features Sleep Timer - This feature is used for automatic turn off in 30 , 60 or 90 minutes . • Sleep 33mer NOTE : Display will flash 3 , 2 and 1 to indicate the last • Program Timer three remaining minutes prior to turn off . The Recall display will also appear . 1 . Press the ACTION button to display the Main Menu . 2 . Press the CH UP / DOWN and VOL LEFT / RIGHT buttons to select the Timer Icon . 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the " rimer Located On Remote Control Control Menu . Selects Desired FeatureWhen Menu is Displayed SelectsorAdjusts FeatureWs hen Menuis Displayed ( ' _ Displays and Exits Menus 4 . Press the VOL RIGHT button to select 30 , 60 or 90 minutes ( Sleep Timer will be activated ) . 5 . Press the ACTION button twice to exit the Timer Control Menu . NOTE : To deactivate Sleep Timer repeat steps 1 through 4 . In step 4 select " NO " instead of minutes . Helpful Hints : Press the RECALL button to display the remaining I minutes for Sleep Timer , the time will display in the bottom left corner . - 28 -
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Program Timer Program Timer - This feature is capable of turning the TV on , tuned to a desired channel and off at a predetermined time ( one day or everyday ) . Special Feature : NOTE : The clock must be setfor this feature to operate . Automatic turn " OFF " after 90 minutes . ( Refer to the Set - Up Menu to set time . ) The TV has a special feature that will shut itself 1 . Press the ACTION button to displaythe Main Menu . OFF after 90 minutes when turned ON by the 2 . Press the CH UP / DOWN and VOL LEFT / RIGHT program timer unless a function key is pressed buttons to select the Timer Icon . during the 90 minutes . 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the Timer This feature is useful so that the TV will not Control Menu . remain ON unattended for an extended period of time . i ] T [ P . i _ I [ , DTo ' _ il | _ , Io ] I Programming the OFF timer will also cancel the automatic OFF feature . Located On Remote Control FeatureWhen _ _ Selects Desired 4 . Press the CH DOWN button to select " ON " ( time ) . I _ Menu is Displayed 5 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button repeatedlyto set hours ( set AM / PM accordingly ) . Selects or Adjusts FeaturesWhen 6 . Press the CH DOWN button to select the minutes Menu is Displayed position . 7 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button repeatedlyto set minutes . 8 . Press the CH DOWN button to select " OFF ' ( time ) . Displays and Exits Menus 9 , Repeat steps 5 through 7 for setting " OFF ' ( time ) . 10 . Press the CH DOWN button to select " CHANNEL " . 11 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button or use the Remote Control Keyboard to enter the channel number desired when the set turns " ON " . 12 . Press the CH DOWN button to select = SET " . 13 . Press the VOL RIGHT button to select : • NO - not activated . • ONE DAY - activated . • DAILY - activated . NOTE : To deactivate Program Timer select " NO " in step 13 . 14 . Press the ACTION button twice to exit the Timer Control Menu . Helpful Hints : corner , the channel or Video Input you have selected has been locked out . i f you see " GAME GUARD " in the upper righthand If the Program Timer " ON " functions while the set is operating , the set wiltautomatically tune to the chan - nel designated in the 13mer Program . - 29 -
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Set Time - Clock ( when set ) will display on screen Set - Up Features at initial " Turn On " , after a channel change and when • Set Time pressing the RECALL button . The time must be set first • Antenna ( ' IV or Cable ) in order to operate the Program ON / OFF Timer . • Auto Program 1 . Press the ACTION buttonto displaythe Main Menu . • Manual Program 2 . Press the CH UP / DOWN and VOL LEFT / RIGHT • CC ( Closed Caption ) on Mute buttons to select the Set - Up Icon . • CC ( Closed Caption ) Mode 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the Set - Up • English or Francais ( French ) Menu , Set Time will be highlighted . Located On Remote Control FeatureWhsn Menu is Displayed _ _ Selects Desired SelectsorAdjusts 4 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button to set hours FeaturesWhen ( set AM / PM accordingly ) . MenuisDisplayed 5 . Press the CH DOWN button to select minutes position . 6 , Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button repeatedly to set minutes . Displays and Exits Menus 7 . Press the ACTION button twice to exit the Set - Up Menu . - 30 -
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ANT ( TV or Cable Tuning Mode ) The ANT ( Antenna ) proper Input mode must be selected forthe type ofsignal at the antenna input . • TV mode is used when the Receiver is not connected to a cable " IV system , for example when using a VHF / UHF antenna ( channels 02 - 69 ) . • Cable mode is used when the Receiver is connected to a Cable TV system and you are not using a cable company converter box ( channels 01 - 125 ) . 1 . Press the ACTION button to display the Main Menu . Located On Remote Control 2 . Press the CH UP / DOWN and VOL LEFT / RIGHT buttons to select the Set - Up Icon . 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the Set - Up Menu . FeatureWhen Menu is Displayed _ H _ _ _ Selects Desired ¢ Selects or Adjusts FeaturesWhen Menu is Displayed Displays and Exits Menus 4 . Press the CH DOWN button to highlightANTENNA . 5 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button to select TV or CABLE . 6 . Press the ACTION button twice to exit the Set - Up Menu . - 31 -
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Auto Prog Auto Program This feature allows you to place allchannels witha video signal into Channel Scan Memory , 1 , Press the ACTION buttonto display the Main Menu . 2 . Press the CH UP / DOWN and VOL LEFT / RIGHT buttons to select the Set - Up Icon . 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the Set - Up Located On Remote Control Menu , FeatureWhen Menu is Displayed _ H _ , _ Selects Desired Selects or Adjusts Features When Menu is Displayed Displays and Exits Menus 4 . Press the CH DOWN button to highlight AUTO PROGRAM . 5 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button to start Auto Programming . Channels will automatically advance until all channels have been scanned . 6 . Press the ACTION button twice after completion of Auto Programming to exit the Set - Up Menu . NOTE : Channel numbers with signal present will turn blue which indicates stored in Channel Scan Memory . - 32 -
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Manual Program Manual Prog This feature allows you to select which channels are placed into Channel Scan Memory . Located On Remote Control 1 . Press the ACTION button to display the Main Menu . 2 . Press the CH UP / DOWN and VOL LEFT / RIGHT buttons to highlight the Set - Up Icon . Selects Desired 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the Set - Up FeatureWhen Menu . Menu is Displayed Selects or Adjusts Features When Menu is Displayed Displays and Exits Menus 4 . Press the CH DOWN button to highlight " MANUAL PROG " . 5 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button to displaythe Manual Programming Menu . 6 . Use the CH UP or DOWN button or the Remote Keyboard " 0 through 9 " buttons to select channels . 7 . Press the VOL RIGHT button to add channel ( s ) to memory ( Blue ) . Press the VOL LEFT button to delete channels from memory ( Yellow ) . 8 . Repeat steps 6 and 7 to continue adding or deleting channels . 9 . Press the ACTION button twice to exit the Manual Programming Menu . - 33 -
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CC ( Closed Caption ) with Mute O n Mute Button Activates the On Screen Closed Captioning when the MUTE button on the Remote Control is pressed . To deactivate press the MUTE button again . NOTE : This feature only functions when the Close Cap - tion Mode is in the " OFF " position . The program being viewed must be broadcast with Closed Caption . ( Refer to your local TV guide . ) 1 . Press the ACTION button to display the Main Menu . Located On Remote Control 2 . Press the CH DOWN and VOL RIGHT buttons to select the Set - Up Icon . 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the Set - Up Menu . FeatureWhen Menu is Displayed i _ _ Selects Desired Selects or Adjusts Features When Menu is Displayed Displays and Exits Menus 4 . Press the CH DOWN button to highlight " CC ON MUTE " . 5 . Press the VOL RIGHT button to select OFF , C1 or C2 Mode . Recommended Set - Up : • Place CC ON MUTE into the C1 Mode , • Press the CH DOWN button to select " CC MODE " . • Press the VOL RIGHT button to select " OFF " . 6 . Press the ACTION button twice to exit the Set - Up Menu . 7 . Press the MUTE button when the program being viewed is broadcast with Closed Caption to activate . Press again to deactivate . - 34 -
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CC ( Closed Caption ) Mode Mode This Receiver has a built in decoder that provides a visual depiction of the audio portion of a television program in the form of written words across the screen ( White or Colored letters on a black background ) . It allows the viewer to read the dialogue of a television program or other information . 1 . Press the ACTION button to display the Main Menu . 2 . Press the CH UP / DOWN and VOL LEFT / RIGHT buttons to select the Set - Up Icon . 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the Set - Up Menu . Located On Remote Control Feature When Menu is Displayed _ _ / _ Selects Desired SelectsorAdjusts FeaturesWhen MenuisDisplayed Displays and Exits Menus 4 . Press the CH DOWN button to select " CC MODE " . 5 . Press the VOL RIGHT button to select OFF , C1 , or C2 . • OFF - Select to turn Closed Caption off . • Cl - For video related information that can be displayed ( up to 4 lines of script strategically placed on the television screen so that it does not obstruct relevant parts of the picture ) . Script can be in any language . • C2 - Another mode used for video related information that can be displayed ( up to 4 lines of script strategically placed on the television screen so that it does not obstruct relevant parts of the picture ) . 6 . Press the ACTION button twice to exit the Set - Up Menu . Helpful Hints : • Closed Caption information may be transmitted on either or both Caption Modes . - 35 -
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English or French Menu Language English / Francais ( French ) Selection The Language Menu is factory set to ENGLISH . Follow these instructions to change the Language Menu to French and back to English . 1 . Press the ACTION button to display the Main Menu . 2 . Press the CH DOWN and VOL RIGHT buttons to select the SET - UP Icon . 3 . Press the ACTION button to display the SET - UP Menu . Located On Remote Control Selects Desired FeatureWhen Menu is Displayed SelectsorAdjusts FeaturesWhen MenuisDisplayed Displays and Exits Menus 4 . Press the CH UP or DOWN button to highlight " LANGUAGE " . 5 . Press the VOL LEFT or RIGHT button to highlight ENGLISH or FREN - CAIS . 6 . Press the ACTION button twice to exit the SET - UP Menu . Language Menu does not affect Close Caption or other Helpful Hints : I transmitted text information . - 36 -
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Programming The Remote Control Using Access Codes The remote control can be preset for other manufacturers , by utilizing the MODE SELECTION BUTTONS for CABLE , DSS , VCR , RCVR ( a Receiver or Amplifier ) , CD , LD , and AUX ( for Cassette Players or a DVD . ) Procedure - Code Known Procedure for setting up the remote using the numerical buttons . Code From Index Sheet D Determine brand of device . I - ' l Identify code ( s ) associated with the brand in othen infrared code index ( located in this manual pages 40 thru 43 ) . Record all possible codes . r " l Confirm the device is plugged in and operating properly . [ ] Press and hold the _ button , then the _ ) Press the desired Mode button . Enter the three digit code , by using the Remote Control Keyboard " 0 through 9 " buttons . [ ] Press _ to test your device . NOTE : Some brands have multiple codes . Repeat the procedure using each listed code until the device responds correctly . O If you enter an unlisted code , or if you do not complete your entry within 30 seconds , the settings will not change . VCRdeo CD IlL ¸ CABLE Vi CassetteRecorder Compact Disc Player Cable " iV Converter Box LD RCVR DSS Receiveror Amplifier Laser Disc Player DigitaSl atelliteSystem Othm ComponenI OtherComponent Other Cc _ tponent Other Compo _ lent I Other Component Other Component - 37 -
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VCR Infrared Codes Index The Universal Infrared Remote Control iscapable of operating many brands of VCRs . Refer to page 39 forprogramming procedures . NOTE : The Universal Remote Control memory is limited . Some models of VCRs may not operate . The Universal Remote Control is not designed to control all features that are available in all models . NOTE : After entering the proper infrared code , press the Remote VCR Selection Mode button ( * ) . Tooperate the Remote VCR function buttons , refer to pages 12 and 13 for Remote Control Key Functions . VCR Brand Code ( s ) VCR Brand Code ( s ) Adventura 000 MTC 000 , 240 Aiko 278 Multiteoh 000 , 072 Aiwa 000 NEC 038 , 041,067 Akai 041,061 Nikko 037 American High 035 Noblex 240 Asha 240 Olympus 035 Audiovox 037 Optimus 037 , 048 , 104 Beaumark 240 Panasonic 035 , 162 , 225,454 Bell & Howell 104 Penney 035 , 037 , 038,042 Broksonic 121,184 240 Calix 037 Pentax 042 Canon 035 Philco 035 Carver 081 Philips 035 , 081 CCE 072 , 278 Pilot 037 Citizen 037 , 278 Pioneer 067 Colt 072 Protec 072 Pulsar 039 Craig 037 , 047 , 072 , 240 Curtis Mathes 035 , 041,060 Quarter 046 Cybamax 240 Quartz 046 Daewoo 045 , 278 Quasar 035 Dynateoh 000 Radio Shack 000 , 037 Elactrohome 037 Radix 037 Electrophonic 037 Randex 037 Emerex 032 RCA 042 , 060 Emerson 000 , 002 , 037 , 043 , Realistic 000 , 035 , 037 , 046 061,121,184 , 278 047 , 048 , 104 , 240 Fisher 047 , 104 Ricoh 034 Fuji O33 , 035 Runco 039 Funai 000 Samsung 045,240 Garrard 000 Sanky 039,048 GE 035 , 060 Sansui 041,067 Goldstar 037 , 038 Sanyo 046 , 047 , 104 , 240 Gradiante 000 Scott 043 , 045 , 121,184 Harley Davidson 000 Sears 035 , 037 , 042 , 046 , Harman / kardon 038 047,104 Hae , veod 072 Sharp 048 Headquarter 046 Shintom 072 HI - Q 047 Shogun 240 Hitachi 041,042 Singer 072 Jansen 041 Sony 032 , 033 , 034 , 035 JVC 041,067 STS 042 Kenwood 038,041,067 Sylvania 000,035 , 043 , 081 KLH 072 Symphonic 000 Kodak 035 , 037 Tatung 041 Lloyd 000 Teec 000 , 041 Logik 072 Technics 035,162 LXl 037 Taknika 000 , 035 , 037 Magnavox 035,039 , 081 TMK 240 Magnin 240 Toshiba 043 , 045 Marantz 035,081 Totevision 037 , 240 Marta 037 Unitech 240 Matsushita 035 Vector 045 MEI 035 Vector Research 038 Memorex 000 , 035,037 , 039 , Video Concepts 045 , 061 046 , 047,048 , 104 Videosonic 240 240 Wards 000 , 035 , 042,047 , MGA 043 , 061 048,072 , 240 MGN Technology 240 XR - 1000 000,035 , 072 Minolta 042 Yamaha 038 Mitsubishi 043 , 061,067 Zenith 033 , 034 , 039 Motorola 035 , 048 - 38 -
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CABLE CONVERTER BOX AND CD PLAYERS Infrared Codes Index The Universal Infrared Remote Control iscapable of operating many brands of Cable Converter Boxes , and CD Players . Refer to page 39 for programming procedures . NOTE : The Universal Remote Control memory is limited . Some models of Cable Converter Boxes and CD Players may not operate . The Universal Remote Control is not designed to control all features that are available in all models . NOTE : After entering the proper infrared code , press the Remote CBL Selection Mode button ( - _ ) . To operate the Remote Cable function buttons , refer to pages 12 and 13 for Remote Control Key Functions . Brand of Brand of Cable - TV Box Code ( s ) Cable - ' rv Box Code ( s ) Pioneer 144 , 533 ABC 003 , 007 , 008 , 011 , Pulsar 000 013 , 014 , 017 RCA 021 Archer 153 Regal 020 , 259 Century 153 Rembrandt 011 Citizen 153 Runco 000 Contec 019 Samsung 144 Dae Ryung 009 Garrard 153 Scientific Atlanta 008 , 017 , 477 Gemini 015 Signal 015 General Instrument 011,476 Signat'Jrs 011 Goldstar 144 Sprucer 021 Starcom 003 , 015 Hamlin 009 , 020 , 259 Hitachi 011 Stargate 015 Starquest 015 Hytex 007 Jasco 153 Tocom 012,013 Toshiba 000 Jerrold 003 , 011,012 , 014 Tusa 015 015 , 476 Unika 153 Memorex 000 United Artists 007 Oak 007 , 019 United Cable 003 Panasonic 000 , 021,107 Universal 153 Paragon 000 Zenith 000,526 Philips 153 NOTE : After entering the proper infrared code press the Remote CD Selection Mode button ( - _ - _ ) . To operate the Remote CD Player function buttons , refer to pages 12 and 13 for Remote Control Key Functions . Brand of Brand of CD Players Code ( s ) CD Players Code ( s ) Onkyo 101 Aiwa 124 , 157 Optimus 000 , 032 , 037 , CA Audio Lab 029 305,426 , 468 Carver 157 Panasonic 029 , 367 Denon 003 Phi ] ips 157 DKK 000 Pioneer 032 , 468 Emerson 305 Proton 157 Fisher 048 QED 157 Genexxa 032 , 305 Quasar 029 Harman - Kardon 426 RCA 305 Hitachi 032 Rote1 157 JVC 072 i SAE 157 Kenwood 028 , 037 , 048 , 19 ( 3 I Sansui 157 , 305 Krell 157 Scott 305 LXI 305 Sears 305 Magnavox 157 Sharp 037 Marantz 029 , 157 Sherwood 426 MCS 029 Sony O00 Mission 157 Technics 029,303 Nakamichi 147 Victor 072 NSM 157 - 39 -
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CASSETTE PLAYERS , RECEIVERS , and AMPLIFIERS Infrared Codes Index The Universal Infrared Remote Control is capable of operating many brands of Cassette Players , Receivers , or Amplifiers . Refer to page 39 for programming procedures . NOTE : The Universal Remote Control memory is limited . Some models of Cassette Players , Receivers , and Amplifiers may not operate . The Universal Remote Control is not designed to control all features that are available in all models . NOTE : After entering the proper infrared code , press the Remote AUX Selection Mode button ( _ ) . To operate the Remote Cassette Player function buttons , refer to pages 12 and 13 for Remote Control Key Functions . Brand of Brand of Cassa _ e Players Code ( s ) Casse _ e Players Code ( s ) Aiwa 029 Panasonic 272 Carver 029 Philips 029 Denon 076 Pioneer 027 , 220 Kenwood 070 Sansui 029 Magnavox 029 Sherwood 337 , 338 Maran _ 029 Sony 170 , 243 Nakam _ hi 147 Technics 229 Wards 027 Optimus 027,220,337,338 Yamaha 094,097 NOTE : After entering the proper infrared code , press the Remote RCVR Selection Mode button ( > _ _ ) . To operate the Remote Receiver or Amplifier function buttons , refer to pages 12 and 13 for Remote Control Key Functions . Brand of Receiver / Brand of Receiver / Amplifier Code ( s ) Amplifier Code ( s ) ADO 531 Panasonic O39 Aiwa 121,158,189 195 Penney Carver 008,042,189,269 189,269 Philips Casio 195 Pioneer 013,014,080,300 , Cladnette 195 531 Denon OO4 Quasar 039 Fisher 042,219 RCA 531 JVC O74 Realistic 195 Kenwood 027,186 Sansui 189,321 Lloyd's 195 219 Sanyo Magnavox 189,195,269,531 186 Sharp Marantz 039,189,269,321 Sherwood 5O2 MCS 039 158 Sony Modulaire 195 Technics 039,208,308,309 , NAD 320 518 Nakamichi 321,347 Victor 974 135 Onkyo Wards 013,014,042,080 , Optimus 013,080,188,219 , 158,189 300,531 Yamaha 176,186,354 Yorx 195 - 40 -
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LASER DISC , DSS ( Digital Satellite System ) , and DVD ( Digital Videodisc ) Infrared Codes Index The Universal Infrared Remote Control is capable of operating selected brands of Laser Disc , DSS Digital Satellite System , and DVD ( Digital Videodisc ) . Refer to page 39 for programming procedures . NOTE : The Universal Remote Control memory is limited . Some models of Laser Disc , DSS Digital Satellite System , and DVD ( Digital Videodisc ) may not operate . The Universal Remote Control is not designed to control all features that are available in all models . NOTE : After entering the proper infrared code , press the Remote LD Selection Mode button ( O ) . To operate the Remote Laser Disc function buttons , refer to pages 12 and 13 for Remote Control Key Functions . Brand of Laser Disc Code ( s ) Mitsubishi 059 NAD 059 Panasonic 204 Pioneer 059 Quasar 204 Sony 201 NOTE : After entering the proper infrared code , press the Remote DSS Selection Mode button ( OO ) . To operate the Remote Satellite function buttons , refer to pages 12 and 13 for Remote Control Key Functions . il ; ii Brand of Satellite Code ( s ) Panasonic 701 ! ! i ! i ! i ! ii _ iii _ i i i i ! i i ! RCA 566 i i _ i i ! i i ! ! _ ii ! ! ii _ ! iiii _ ! i ! iiiiiii _ ! iii ! i i ! ii i i ! i ! Sony 639 NOTE : After entering the proper infrared code , press the Remote AUX Selection Mode button ( Yr ) . To operate the Remote DVD ( Digital Videodisc ) function buttons , refer to pages 12 and 13for Remote Control Key Functions . Brand of DVD Code ( s ) Panasonic 490 - 41 -
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Care and Cleaning Picture Tube ( Turn set off ) Use a mild soap solution or window cleaner and a clean cloth . DO NOT USE ABRASIVE CLEANERS . Avoid excessive moisture and wipe dry . Plastic Cabinets Wipe the cabinet with a soft cloth dampened with water or a mild detergent solutionand wipe drywith a soft clean cloth . Avoid excessive moisture . Do not use benzene , thinners or other petroleum based cleaners . Wood Cabinets When dusting or polishing the cabinet , use a clean soft cloth and stroke straight with the grain . An occasional coat of furniture polish will help preserve the finish . Do not use benzene , thinners or other petroleum based cleaners . Do not place objects made of plastic or rubber directly on top ofthe cabinet . A chemical reaction could result causing permanent marring of the finish . Remote Control Transmitter Do not use benzene , thinners or other petroleum based cleaners to clean the Remote Control Transmitter . Toclean , wipe with a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild detergent and then wipe dry with a soft clean cloth . Power Loss Prolonged power interruption causes the following features to reset to their factory preset state . FEATURE FACTORY PRESET STATE FEATURE FACTORY PRESET STATE POWER OFF CLOCK NOT SET VOLUME APPROX . - I / 3 SLEEP TIMER NO / OFF CHANNEL CH 03 TIMER NO / OFF PROGRAM MEMORY UNPROGRAMMED ANTENNA MODE CABLE VIDEO MENUS NORMALIZED TVNIDEO TV STEREO / SAP / MONO STEREO TRILINGUAL MENU ENGLISH - 42 -
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Troubleshooting Chart Before you call for service , determine the symptoms and make a few simple checks shown below • Symptoms Check Picture Sound - ANTENNA LOCATION AN D / OR CONNECTION \ SNOWY PICTURE NOISY SOUND - ANTENNA DIRECTION AND / ORLOCATION < , - ANTENNA LEAD - IN WIRE MULTIPLE IMAGE NORMALSOUND - ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES , LIGHTS , CARS AND TRUCKS - DIATHERMY AND OTHER MEDICAL EQUIPMENT \ INTERFERENCE NOISY SOUND - VOLUME CONTROL SETi'ING - MUTE CONTROL ( IF APPLICABLE ) X - TRY ANOTHER CHANNEL - TV SPEAKERS ( IF APPLICABLE ) IN THE OFF MODE NO SOUND NORMAL PICTURE " J ; L ' : : " _ : - TV OR CABLE TUNING MODE SET TO PROPER SETTING < , - ANTENNA INPUT CORRECT ( IF APPLICABLE ) • " . - . ' . ' . " NO VIDEO NOISY SOUND - CHECK THAT AC POWER LINE IS PLUGGED INTO AC OUTLET - BRIGHTNESS & AUDIO CONTROLS SET PROPERLY X - TRY ANOTHER CHANNEL NO PICTURE NO SOUND - COLOR CONTROL SETTINGS < , t - TRY ANOTHER CHANNEL NO COLOR NORMALSOUND - RECEIVER IN VIDEO MODE WITH NO SIGNAL X BLUE PICTURE NO SOUND II - CC ( CLOSED CAPTION ) IN TEXT MODE ( IF APPLICABLE ) - SELECT CAPTION OFF MODE TO ELIMINATE BLACK BOX BLACK BOX IN SOUND PICTURE Should this unit turn ON momentarily and then turn OFF , or fail to operate , unplug the AC cord and contact your I Authorized Servicer for repairs • - 43 -
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Matsushita Consumer Electronics Matsushita Electric of Canada Limited Panasonic Sales Company , Company , Division of Matsushita 5770 Ambler Drive Division of Matsushita Electric Electric Corporation of America Mississauga , Ontario L4W 2T3 of Puerto Rico Inc . ( " PSC " ) Canada One Panasonic Way Ave , 65 de Infanteria , Km 9.5 Secaucus , New Jersey 07094 San Gabriel Industrial Park Carolina , Puerto Rico 00985 Tel . ( 809 ) 705 - 4300 FAX , ( 809 ) 768 - 2910 TQB2AA0019 - 1 - 44 -
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