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To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture. The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus. 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"dangerous a risk of voltage" inside the product that presents electric shock or personal injury.
This symbol indicates important accompanying the product.
To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot, fully insert.
Attention: Pour _iter tes chocs dectriques, introduire la lame la plus large de la fiche dans la borne correspondante de la prise et pousser jusqu' au fond. Refer to the identification/rating label located on the back panel of your product for its proper operating voltage.
Caution: Using video games or any external accessory with fixed images for extended periods of time can
cause them to be permanently imprinted on the picture tube (or projection TV picture tubes). ALSO, some network/program Iogos, phone numbers, etc. may cause similar damage. This damage is not covered by your warranty. Cable TV Installer: This reminder is provided to call your attention to Article 820-40 of the National Electrical Code (Section 54 of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1) which 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.
You wilt find the model number and chassis number of your TV on the back of your TV set. Record these numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer to them whenever you call APEX Digital customer service or your APEX dealer regarding this product.
PACKING Parts Color TV Receiver Remote Control Operation Manual
LIST QTY 1 2
AAA Alkaline Batteries
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
Read these instructions. Keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions. Do not use this apparatus near water. Clean only with dry cloth. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. 9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or third prong is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. 10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. 11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. 12. Use only the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over. 13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for tong periods of time. 14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped. 15. Warning - This TV should only be serviced by an authorized and properly trained technician. Opening the cover or other attempts by the user to service this TV may result in serious injury or death from electrical shock, and may increase the risk of fire.
IMPORTANT STAND AND BASE SAFETY INFORMATION
Choose the location for your TV carefully. Place the TV on a stand or base that is of adequate size and strength to prevent the TV from being accidentally tipped over, pushed off, or pulled off. This could cause personal injury and/or damage the TV. Refer to the Important Safety Instructions above.
Class B Computing Device Information to User This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B Digital Device pursuant to part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference wilt not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment receives interference while off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: 1) Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. 2) Increase the separation between the equipment and TV. 3) Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the TV is connected. 4) Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help and for additional suggestions. The user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal Communications Commission helpful: "How to Identify and Resolve Radio - TV Interference Problems". This booklet is available from the US Government Printing Office. Washington, D.C. 20402, Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.
The user is cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. NOTE: In order for an installation of the product to maintain compliance with the limits for a Class B Device, shielded cables must be used.
Manual TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION Safety Precautions Specifications Feature Descriptions Front and Rear Unit Profiles Remote Control Features INSTALLATION Connecting the Antenna Installing the Remote Control Batteries.... Connecting A/V Equipment.... Input from Device to TV Output from TV to Device FUNCTIONS & FEATURES Turn On/Off Basic Functions.... Function Selection Menus Useful Remote Control Features ADDITIONAL Programming FEATURES the Remote Control GUIDE 23 SPECIFICATIONS MODEL
Television System Channel Coverage Cable TV Coverage Hyper Band (AA~ZZ, AAA, BBB)/Ultra Channels Preset Antenna Input 15.98x12.01 in Screen Dimensions 406x305 mm Audio Output Power Source Unit Weight Unit Dimensions Packaged Dimensions Power 100W Consumption 135W 170W 55tbs. (25kg) 23.03xl 8.14xl 9.09 in. 585x461x485mm 25.79x21.02x22.24 655x534x565mm in. 2W+2W 540x405 mm 5W+5W ~120Vac 60Hz 97.91bs. (44.5kg) 29.09x22.83x19.29 739x580x490mm 33.07x26.38x23.43in. 840x670x595mm in. 1561bs. (71kg) 33.70x26.34x22.05 856x669x560mm 40x30.55x27.76in. 1016x776x705mm in. 640x478 mm 5W+5W ohm (unbalanced) 21.26x 15.94 in 25.20x 18.82 in Band (65-94, 100~125)
UNITED STATES WARRANTY
VHF 2-13, UHF 14~69 Mid Band (A-8~A-1, A~l)/Super Band (J~W)
I Feature Descriptions]
181 Channel Tuner - total number of channels the TV can receive: 2-69 in Air mode, or 1-125 in Cable mode AV Input (Rear) - standard composite input designed for use with A/V devices, such as a VCR or DVD player AV Input (Side) - input designed for infrequent use, such as with a camcorder or video game unit AV Output (Rear) -output signals from TV to devices such as a VCR S-Video Input - input designed for greater clarity and sharpness; also known as S-VHS DVD Input (Rear) - standard input designed for use with DVD player RF IN Jack - standard coaxial antenna jack Channel Recall - instant return to the last channel viewed Closed Caption Display - feature that displays the closed captions or text of a TV broadcast Parental Control - feature that all parents to block out selected type of programming Screen Size - the diagonal size of the TV screen Selectable Picture Modes - preset standards for TV display: User, Normal, Movie, and Sports Selectable Sound Modes - preset standards for TV sound: User, Normal, Speech, Music and Movie Trilingual On Screen Display (OSD) - TV's on screen display, can be either English, French, or Spanish MTS StereoNideo Stereo- stereo sound for superior TV viewing experience Favorite Channel -used to set favorite channels Channel Label -used to label channels Full -used to switch the TV between Wide and Normal modes On/Off Timer - feature that allows the user to set a timer to turn on/off the TV and tune the TV to a preset channel at preset time
FEATURES 181 Channel Tuner AV Input (Rear) AV Input (Side) S-Video Input DVD Input (Rear) AV Output (Rear) Screen Size Pure Flat CRT Universal Remote Control Auto Program Channel Recall Closed Caption Parental Control Picture Modes Trilingual OSD Sound Modes MTS Stereo/AV Stereo Favorite Channel Channel Label Full On/Off Timer Sleep Off/Auto Off without Signal in TV Mode AVC (Automatic Volume Control) 3 Lines Comb Filter VSM Color Temp Control X-Ray Protection Blue Back On/Off Digital Geometric Correction Child Lock Black Level Stretch Automatic White Balance Adjustment
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Front and Rear Unit Profiles Front panel PF2020/PF2030
IV IN( ;: VIDEO
STANDBY INFRARED SENSOR POWER LED
MENUELECT S TV/VlI}EI1SELECT VlILUME DIIWN/UP CHANNELDBWN/UP
1 BUT VIDEO
DVD IN AVIIN(2>
Front and Rear Unit Profiles Front panel PF2720/3220
MENUELECT S TV/VIDEBSELECT VBLUME DBWN/UP CHANNELDI]WN/UP
Front and Rear Unit Profiles Front panel PF2730/3230
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VIDEO MENU -VOL -t-CH -t-
Av (4) IN
MENUSELECT TVIVII)EFI SELECT VilLUMEIIVNIUP CHANNELDIIWNIUP D
Indicator light Used for control programming the remote d Cycles through the Video/TV modes Selects the various Picture Modes Used to navigate the TV menus Used to change the current channel Brings up the TV/Video display Used for child lock Selects the MTS Stereo modes among Mono, Stereo and SAP Activates Closed Captioning Switches the TV between Normal modes Sets favorite channels Turns on/off the TV Used to select channels by number Wide and d KEYPAD STANDBY
Video Picture Arrows CH +/Display Function MTS/SAP
Favorite Standby Keypad
TV, DVD/VCR, SAT/CAB, AUX switch Determines the equipment by the remote Menu Sound Enter Accesses the main menu
SCAN RECALL RECALL t SCAN LABEL
Selects the various Sound modes Confirms menus selections or accesses sub
VOL + / Sleep Mute Recall Scan Label
Used to adjust the volume level Activates/Deactivates the sleep timer
Mutes or restores the TV volume Returns to the last channel viewed Scans all active channels Used to label channels
Please read the safety instructions in this manual completely before installation. Install your TV in an area where direct sunlight will not fall upon the screen. Soft, indirect light is best for television viewing. Allow enough space (at least 4 in.) between the TV and any walls or enclosures for proper ventilation. Optimum television viewing distance is 3-5 times the screen's size.
Color television can be easily affected by magnetism, which shows as color distortion on the screen. If your TV is affected by nearby magnetic components or appliances, turn it off for a few minutes. The built-in auto-degaussing circuit will eliminate the magnetic interference.
VHF UHF or Cable
75-ohm coaxial cable (not supplied)
300-ohm twin-lead cable (n_
/_(nte_ adapter _ Xnna
RF Input (back of TV unit)
1. It is recommended that a 75 ohm coaxial cable be used in order to
eliminate interference and noise which may occur due to nearby radio transmissions. 2. The antenna cable should not be tied together with other wiring. 3. Set up a lightning rod and check it regularly when an outdoor antenna is used.
1. Remove the battery compartment
2. Insert two AAA batteries (included). Make sure the positive (+) and negative (-) polarities are correctly aligned. 3. Reattach the battery lid.
1. Alkaline batteries are recommended for longer life. 2. Always replace both batteries at the same time. 3. Do not expose batteries to fire or break them open. 4. To avoid battery leakage, remove batteries from the remote control when it is not being used for a long period of time. 5. If the remote control can't control the TV properly after new batteries installed, remove the batteries from the remote control and hold down the F key for over 5 seconds. Insert the batteries and try again.
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The following are diagrams showing basic instructionsfor attaching external equipment, like a VCR or DVD player, to your TV set. Please refer to operation manuals of external audio/video equipment that will be connected to your set for additional instructions. PLEASE TURN OFF ALL POWER BEFORE CONNECTING DEVICES TOGETHER.
Connect VCR's RF OUT terminal to the RF IN jack located on the rear panel of the TV.
I Input from Device to TV 1
DO NOT use the DVD IN terminals and AV IN (2) terminals at the same time. DO NOT connect side AV IN(1),rear AV IN(l) and S-Video terminals at the same time. Use only one of the three. With DVD signal input, there is no DVD video output. Also, remember to connect the audio cables when using S-Video and DVD terminals.
DVD Player With S - VIDEO Terminal
VlDED @ Camcorder VIDEO _8Z33=
I Output from TV to Device
The side terminals may be easier to use with a camcorder. The connections
PF2020 _ 2003.7.31
AN Equipment (continued)
The following are diagrams showing basic instructionsfor attaching external equipment, like a VCR or DVD player, to your TV set. Please refer to operation manuals of external audio/video equipment that will be connected to your set for
additional instructions. PLEASE TURN OFF ALL POWER BEFORE CONNECTING
I Input from Device to TV I
AUDIONIDEO IN DO NOT connect input, there S-Video
DO NOT use the DVD IN terminals and AV IN(3) terminals terminal. at the same time. both AV IN(l) and S-Video Use only one of the two. With DVD signal to connect the audio cables when using is no DVD video output. Also, remember
and DVD terminals.
With S - VIDEO Terminal
Av N _ (4)
AUDIONIDEO OUT @
The side terminals may be easier to use with a camcorder.
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Connect VCR's RF OUT terminal to the RF IN jack located on the rear panel of the TV. 21_ C) _1 Coaxial Cable RF IN
DO NOT use the DVD IN terminals DO NOT connect both AV IN(l) and AV IN(3) terminals terminal.
at the same time. Use only one of the two. DO NOT using S-Video and DVD
and S-VIDEO(I) terminals to connect
use the AV IN(4) and S-VIDEO(4) DVD video output. Also, remember terminals. DVD Player
at the same time. With DVD signal input, there is no the audio cables when
With S - VIDEO Terminal _, wEo(4
from TV to Device I
VIDEO @ @
1. Turn On
Turn On/Off 1
Plug in the supply cord, and the TV should enter the Standby mode. Pressing the STANDBY on the remote control or on the TV can turn on the TV. Also, the power indicator light on the TV will come on. 2. Standby (Soft Off) While the TV is on, press the STANDBY key. This will put the TV in Standby or soft off mode. The power indicator light on the TV set will turn off. 3. Auto off when no signal received The TV set will automatically enter into Standby mode when the following conditions are met. 1) TV is in antenna mode. 2) Current channel has no signal. 3) No key is pressed within 15 minutes.
I Basic Functions
Changing the Channel
While in Tuner mode, press the CH +/- keys to change the channel, or use the numeric keypad to enter a new channel.
To increase or decrease the volume, press the VOL +/- keys. The volume adjustment ranges from 0 to 100.
Muting the Volume
To mute the volume, press the MUTE key. To restore the volume, press MUTE again.
[ Function Selection Menus J
All Function menus can be accessed by pressingthe MENU key on the remote control or the top panel. Navigationof the menu be done withthe arrowsand ENTER keys on the remoteand- CH + and - VOL + keys on the top panel. Exitwith the MENU key.
This menu allows you to adjust the various picture settings. Access From the Main menu screen, press the left or right arrow key until Video Setting is highlighted. Then the Video Setting menu is displayed. Press the up or down arrow key to select Picture Contro/and right arrow key or ENTER key to access the sub menu. Use the up or down arrow key to move between the various settings, and the left or right arrow key to adjust them. CONTRAST: 0 (minimum contrast) to 100 (maximum contrast) BRIGHTNESS: 0 (dimmest) to 100 (brightest) COLOR: 0 (minimum color) to 100 (maximum color) SHARPNESS: 0 (minimum sharpness) to 100 (maximum sharpness) TINT: -50 (more purplish) to +50 (more greenish) COLOR TEMP: Cool, Standard or Warm Video Setting Picture Mode Picture Control Auto Black Lvl VSM Normal _, On On
Picture Mode: Use the left or right arrow key to select among
User, Normal, Movie and Sports.
Auto Black Lvh This feature improves gradation of picture. Press the left or right arrow key to set it On or Off after Auto B/ack Lv/is highlighted. VSM: This feature allows you to improve sharpness. Press the left
or right arrow key to set it On or Off after VSM is highlighted. Note:
Picture Control Contrast Brightness Color Sharpness Tint Color Temp
Move: f _
This function is not available for PF2020, PF2720 and PF3220. For PF2030, PF2730 and PF3230, it doesn't work in the DVD mode.
& FEATURES (continued)
I Function Selection Menus (continued) I
Audio Setting Menu
Add Cable Start
Erase/Add: This feature allows you to add or remove the channel currently displayed on screen from the "active channel list."Active channel list is the list of channel that is available by pressingthe CH+/- keys. Use the left or right arrow key to select Add or Erase. Antenna: This feature sets the TV tuner to an Air antenna or a Cable antenna. Please use Air mode when using an over-the-air antenna; use Cab/e mode for a cable hookup. Use the left or right arrow key to select between the two options. Auto Program: This feature will setup the Active channel list for the user. The list will includeonly the channels with a signal detected. Pressthe right arrow key to begin and the left arrow key to stop the process.
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FUNCTIONS I Function
& FEATURES Selection (continued) I
This feature allows you to label channels in up to 5 Channel Label _Channel Name: 121 (
characters. Use the up or down arrow key to highlight Channel Label, and the right arrow key to call up the sub menu. 1. Use the up or down arrow key to choose Channel, and the left or right arrow key to select the channel (the current channel is default). 2. Choose Name in the same way as above. Use the left or right arrow key to select one of the characters (including 0-9, &,/, - and A-Z) cyclically, and the up or down arrow key to move the cursor. Notes: 1. If a channel has been labeled, the TV will display corresponding channel name when shifted to the channel. 2. In the AV mode, channel setting menu is not available. the
Timer Setting Current Time 01:00AM Time Channel 1: 07:30PM 121 A 2: 04:00PM 80 3: 09:45AM 40 4: : --5: : --Off Time :
This menu allows you to set a time for the TV to turn on or off and tune the TV to a specific channel at preset time. Access: From the Main menu screen, press the left or right arrow key until Timer Setting is highlighted. Then the Timer Setting menu is displayed. Use the up or down arrow key to move between the various settings, and the left or right arrow key to adjust them. Notes: 1. Only after you set the current time, can you set On Time, On Channel and Off Time. 2. On/off time can be set to one of the three modes: Off, Once and Always.
Lanauaae: This feature allows you to pick a language used for the on screen display (OSD). Use the left or right arrow key to select the language of your choice - English (Eng.), French (Fra.), or Spanish (Esp.). Blue Backqround: This feature gives you the option to display a blue background on the TV screen when there is no signal present. Use the left or right arrow key to toggle between on and off.
English On CC1
I Move: t _
Closed Caption: Closed caption is a feature that allows your TV set to display closed caption signal on screen. It also allows you to display teletext signal. There is nine different setting for closed caption. You can set it to one of the 4 Closed Caption settings (CC1-4), one of the 4 Text settings (T1-4), or set this feature to off (CCD/Text off).
L Useful Remote Control
of the TV screen (channel, antenna mode, time, video, etc.).
Display This key allows you to display the current Display disappears in about 6 seconds.
Press the 0-9 keys to enter channel numbers directly (2-69 in the Air mode or 1-125 in the Cable mode). 1.To choose a one-digit channel number, press the corresponding Number key directly to switch to the desired channel number in about 3 seconds. 2.To choose a two-digit channel number, enter a first-digit and then a second digit within 3 seconds. 3.To choose a three-digit channel number, enter a first-digit, second-digit and third-digit respectively mentioned above. in the way
Press the SCAN key to display the current channel No. and Scan mode (Scan On or Scan Off). Press the key firstly to display Scan Offon the screen. Press the key secondly to display Scan On on the screen. And the TV begins to scan through all active channels. Upon completion, the TV automatically returns to the current channel and shifts to the Off mode. Pressing any key can interrupt scanning.
Useful Remote Control Features (continued)
Picture Your TV has factory preset picture modes that allow you to optimize your TV viewing. To activate these picture modes, press the PICTURE key, and you can choose among User, Normal, Movie and Sports. Sound Press the SOUND key repeatedly, and you can choose among User, Normal, Movie, Speech and Music. Recall This key will allow you to return to the last channel you were viewing. Pressing it again will return you to the channel you just left. Favorite This key will display the favorite channel if a favorite channel is set. Ful___J This key will switch the TV between Wide and Normal modes.
Pressing the CC key will activate the currently selected Closed Caption or Text. Press the key repeatedly to select another mode in turn. /
FEATURES the Remote Control l
1.Set the TV, DVD/VCR, SAT/CAB, AUX switch to the device you want to control
2.To program the remote control 1)Press and hold the SET key for over 3 seconds until the LED indicator on the remote control turns off. Release the key and the LED will light again. The remote control is now in the PROGRAMMING mode. 2)Use the 0-9 keys to enter three-digit code number for your device. If the right code number was entered, the LED blinks three times. If you enter a code not listed below, or you press any other keys than STANDBY and ENTER, the LED turns off.
3)"TV": To control TV. "DVD/VCR": To control DVD, VCR, LD and CD. "SAT/CAB": To control satellite receiver and cable box. "AUX": To controlall the above appliances
3.To search codes 1)Press and hold the SET key for over 3 seconds until the LED indicator on the remote control turns off. Release the key and the LED will light again. The remote control is now in the PROGRAMMING mode. 2)Press the STANDBY key and code search begins.
Press Up or down arrow key ENTER Other keys Description The remote control searches codes upwards or downwards. Each time you press the up or down arrow key, the code number for the STANDBY key increases or decreases by 1; or the code number automatically increases or decreases by 1 per 3 seconds. Try each code separately until you find the one that works. If not after trying all the codes, LED blinks rapidly eighttimes and search stops. If the desired code number is found, press the ENTER key to confirm the current searched code number for your device. Then LED blinks rapidlythree times to exit from search. LED blinks rapidlyeight times and search stops.
4)When the TV, DVD/VCR, SAT/CAB, AUX switch is set to the "AUX" position,the remote controlcan not search code. 4.To check the current code number 1)Press and hold the SET key for over 3 seconds until the LED indicatoron the remote control turnsoff. Release the key and the LED will light again. The remote control is now in the PROGRAMMING mode.
2)Press the ENTER key.
3)You may read the code number according to the LED display status as follows. Code Number LED Display Status
First-digit Second-digit Third-digit First-digit Blinks rapidly once Blinks once Blinks rapidly once Blinks once Second-digit Blinks rapidly once Blinks rapidly once Blinks four times Blinks five times Third-digit Blinks rapidly once Blinks six times Blinks three times Blinks rapidly once
5.To use the REC key The REC key functions
only when it is pressed twice continuously.
APEX Admiral Adventura Aiko Akai Aileron Amtron Anam AOC Audiovox Bell & Howell BeIcor Bradford Brokwood Candle Celebrity Citizen Colortyme Concerto Contec/Cony Craig Curtis Mathes Daewoo Daytron Dimensia Dumont Electroband Electrohome Emerson National
157,158,159,160,161,162 001,030,133,134,135,154 003,004,005,001,068,003,005,006,003,005,006,011,030,084,120,121 003,005,007,139 003,005 008,009,000,003,005,010,084,115 004,005,011,012,098,099,132,002 013,014,015,154 008,016,017,018,019,020,021,022,023,024 025,026,027,028,029,030,031,032,033,034 035,036,037,096,115,121,122,145,154
Megatron Memorex MGA Midland Minutz Mitsubishi Montgomery Motorola MTC NAD N EC Nikko NTC Optimus Optonica Orion Panasonic Philco Ward
047 003,067,068,115,151 004,013,014,015,040,065,067 042,110,004,013,014,015,040,065,066,067,119,154 004,084 058,059,128 004,070,014,139,077,119 027,145 042,050,1 46,150,154 006,008,013,055,056,061,063,069,126,127 152,154
Philips Pioneer Portland Price Club Prism P roscan Proton Pulsar Quasar Radio Shack RCA Realistic Runco Samsung Sansui Sanyo Scott Sears
006,008,013,055,056,061,062,071,072,073,154 074,075,122,128,000,124 008,076,042,057,000,038,077,115 000,078,079,080,081,082,124,130,132,141,142 038,077,010,012,014,083,084,140,038,039,065,085,123 017,027,036 009,014,036,038,039,040,054,058,059,086,087 123,124,131
Fisher Fujitsu Funai GE Goldstar Gibralter Grundy Hitachi
Infinity JaneiI JBL JC Penney
038,039,040,115,036 000,015,041,042,043,072,116,117,118, 124,147,154 004,008,013,014,044,045,046,036 008,009,047,046,049,103,104,105,106, 107,108,109,122,137,000,004,006,015,041,042,046,051,052, 059,072,084,124,146
Sharp Signature Simpson Sony Soundesign Squareview Supre-Macy Supreme Sylvania Symphonic Tandy Tatung Technics Teknika Tera Toshiba Universal Victor Viking Wards
022,077,088,089,090,091,095,119 001,068,002,1 44,153 006,055,056,061,062,063,069,073,092,126,127,152 131,009,011,062,067,068,084,038,058,059,084,086,140 041,072 054,001,017,041,055,056,061,062,068,069,072,073 077,093,094,127,155
JCB JVC Kawasho Kenwood Kloss Novabeam KTV Loewe Logik LXI Magnavox M_estic Mamn_ Mamn_
002 008,009,042,046,053,054,114,013,014 055,056,120,126 057,068,151 000,038,050,058,059,060,115,124 006,013,050,055,056,061,062,063, 069,073,100,101,102,126,127,050 050,064
Philips Pioneer RCA Scientific StarCom Tocom TV86 United Artists Viewstar Zenith Atlantic
514 503,504,504,505,518,509,508 514,515 504,521,522,523
GE Genernal Hitachi Hughes JVC Magnavox
Panasonic Philips Pmscan RCA Sony Toshiba
528,531,532 528,531,532,540 529,539 527,530
526 534,535 537,536
Aiwa ChangHong Carver Fisher JVC Magnavox
702 700,709 706,712 708
Memorex Panasonic Pioneer Proton Quasar RCA
Sony Techniques Toshiba Victor
Check the following guide for a possible correction to a problem before contacting customer service. Check FAQ at our website: www.apexdigitalinc.com.
Symptoms No power
Correction - Verify the power cable to plug into an outlet with power. Verify the connection from the DVDNCR video output to the TV video input is secure. Then switch TV to the appropriate Video mode. Verify an antenna cable is securely connected to the RF in jack. Connect the audio cables into the terminals securely. Verify the connection from the DVD/VCR audio output to the TV audio input. Then switch to the appropriate mode on the receiver. Refer to your audio amplifier owner's manual. Verify the volume is at an appropriate level and the mute feature is not on. Make sure MTS feature is properly set. Verify the TV is set to Antenna mode. Make sure the antenna is securely connected to the RF in jack. Unplug the TV from the wall for 30 seconds, then plug in and try again. Unplug the antenna connection from the back of the TV, unplug the TV from the wall, wait 30 seconds, then try again.
No TV signal
Stripe or purple interference appears in the screen. Picture becomes snowy.
Verify the speakers around the TV set are shielded.
Verify the antenna lead wire is in working condition. - Verify the antenna is connected securely to the RF in jack. Move the antenna around to minimize multi-images. - The video frequency radiated from TV station can be reflected by tall buildings, high tower, etc. Make sure the Air/Cable setting is correct. - Channel may be locked with the block channel feature, such as Parental Control. Check Add/Erase feature, as channel may have been erased during set up. Verify Closed Caption feature is off. - Batteries may be weak. Replace batteries. Make sure nothing is located between the remote and the remote sensor. - Verify MTS feature is properly set.
Picture with multi-image
TV channel not received
Black box appears on screen. Remote control doesn't operate. No stereo or foreign language received.
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or lost accessories.
How to Obtain Warranty Service
If after following all the operating instructions in this manual and reading the TROUBLESHOOTING section you find that service is necessary: service. for the product to the 1. Contact our Customer Service Center directly call 866-4-APEX-INC-(866-427-3946), Mon - Fri 8:30am - 5:00pm (California). 2. After obtaining the requested information, you must present your receipt to the Authorized Service Center to obtain warranty 3. For 20" television, when warranty you must deliver the entire product Center. is required. Depending to the Authorized required, Service Center. Apex Digital, You are responsible Inc. Service Center in your to and from the Service service authorized Apex Digital, For 27" and 32" televisions, on the service s repair facility an authorized personnel
for all transportation
will come to your home
it will either be performed
home or the set will be taken
Inc. Service Center'
for repair and then returned
to your home at no cost to you, while under the Limited
Ninety (90) Days Warranty.
All warranties implied by state law, including the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are expressly limited to the duration of the limited warranties as set forth above. With the exception of any warranties implied by state law as hereby limited, the foregoing warranty is exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties, guarantees, agreements and similar obligations of manufacturers or seller with respect to the repair or replacement No person, whatsoever. any stature, discovered agent, of any parts. In no event shall Apex Digital, dealer or company is authorized Inc. be liable for consequential modify or extend of Apex (90) or incidental damages. the terms Digital, days of these warranties in any manner or under have
to change, limited
The time within which action must be commenced or law of the United States or any state thereof, the defect. This limitation gives you specific warranty
to enforce is hereby
any obligation to ninety arising
under this warranty
from the date you discover
does not apply to implied warranties
under state law. may vary from state to state. Some states do not allow limitation or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so
This warranty the above
rights and you may also have these rights which lasts, when an action may be brought,
on how long an implied provisions
or the exclusion
may not apply to you.
APEX Digital, Inc. Ontario, CA 91761 FOR SERVICE CALL: 866-4-APEX-INC http://www.apexdigitalinc.com
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