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Instructions for use



Instruktionsbog Kyttohjeet


Remote Control Buttons.. 2 Control Panel Buttons.. 3 Preparation..4 Installation Of The TFT TV To The Wall 4 Features..6 Panel Features..6 Safety Precautions..6 Before Switching On Your TV.. 9 Power Connection.. 9 Connections To The RF Input Socket. 9 How To Connect Other Devices. 9 Inserting Batteries In The Remote Control Handset..9 Switching The TV ON/OFF.. 9 To switch the TV on:.. 9 To switch the TV off:.. 10 Operating The TV.. 10 Initial A.P.S. (Automatic Programming System).. 10 Operating with the buttons on the TV set 10 Operating With Remote Control. 10 Menu System.. 11 picture menu.. 11 audio menu.. 12 window menu..13 options menu..14 settings menu. 15 Other Features.. 17 TV Status..17 Previous Programme.. 17 Sound Indicator.. 17 Mute Indicator..18 AV Modes.. 18 PC Mode..18 Teletext.. 18 To Operate Teletext.. 18 To Select A Page Of Teletext..18 To Select Index Page.19 To Select Teletext With ATV Programme. 19 To Select Double Height Text.19 To Reveal Concealed Information.19 To Stop Automatic Page Change.19 To Select A Subcode Page..19 To Exit Teletext.19 To Display The Time.19 Fastext.. 19 Connect Peripheral Equipment.20 PC Sound Connection.. 20 Via The SCART..20 Via Aerial Input.20 Decoder... 20 TV And Video Recorder.. 20 Playback NTSC..20 Search For And Store The Test Signal Of The Video Recorder.20 Peripheral Equipment Connections..21 Aerial Connections.22 Camera And Camcorder..23 Connect The Decoder To The Video Recorder..23 Connecting Headphones. 23 Tips...23 PC Input Typical Display Modes.24 Specifications..25 Important Instruction..26 UK Guarantee..27

Remote Control Buttons

= Stand By = Cursor Up = Cursor Right OK = Okay (Store) = Info 0 - 9 = Direct Programme = Image size =Previous Programme P/CH + = Programme Up + = Volume Up = TV / Quit Menu = External Source (AV-1, RGB-1, AV-2, SVHS, PC) Yellow button Blue button = Hold = Update = Index Page = Reveal / PC = Switch from TV to PC = Expand = Mix = Teletext = Time / Subcode page Red button Green button = Mute I-II = Mono/Stereo - Dual I-II = Volume Down = Color temperature settings M = Menu - P/CH = Programme Down
= Cursor Down = Cursor Left

Control Panel Buttons





Install Display on solid horizontal surface such as a table or desk. For ventilation, leave a space of at least 10 cm free all around the set. To prevent any fault and unsafe situations, please do not place any objects on top of the set.
Installation Of The TFT TV To The Wall
1- To install the TFT TV on the wall, first of all, foot assembly should be removed. Unscrew the 2 screws that attach the foot top cover and the 4 screws that attach the foot to the TFT panel and remove the foot assembly from the TFT panel.

TFT Panel

Foot Top Cover
2- Place the 4 hangers to the circular screw holes at the rear of the TFT and screw them to the TFT panel with 4 (M4 x 10) screws. 3- Decide the place on the wall where the TFT panel would be placed. Level and mark with a pencil the 4 mounting points on the wall hanger. Drill pilot holes for the plastic anchors and then fix the wall hanger with 4 screws (4 x 30). 4- Raise the TFT panel and hang it to the holes on the wall bracket from the 4 hanging screws at the rear of the TFT panel. -4-


Remote controlled color television. 100 programmes from VHF, UHF bands or cable channels can be preset. It can tune to cable channels. Controlling the TV is very easy by its menu driven system. It has a SCART socket for an external device (such as video, video games, audio set, etc.) Stereo sound system (German+Nicam). Full function Teletext. Fastext. Headphone connection. Direct channel access. A.P.S. (Automatic Programming System). All programmes can be named. Programme swapping between the last two programmes. Forward or backward automatic tuning. Sleep timer. Child Lock Automatic sound mute when no transmission. Auto, Fill all and Wide picture modes. NTSC Playback. Rear AV in is available. SVHS is available. VGA connector. AVL (Automatic Volume Limiting) When no valid signal is detected, after 5 minutes the TV switches itself automatically to stand-by mode. PLL (Frequency Search) PC input (supports up to 800x600 pixels) Plug&Play for Windows 9X, ME, 2000, XP

Viewing angle (typical): 160 (horizontal) and 140 (vertical). 8-bit colour depth, display 16.7 M colours.

Safety Precautions

Please read the following recommended safety precautions carefully for your safety.

Dos and Donts

This Television has been designed and manufactured to meet international safety standards, but like any electrical equipment, care must be taken if you are to obtain the best results and safety is to be assured. DO read the operating instructions before you attempt to use the equipment. DO consult your dealer if you are in any doubt about installation, operation or safety of your equipment. DO be careful with glass panels or doors on equipment. This TV is supplied with a fitted mains plug. This plug must not be cut off as it may contain a special radio interference filter, the removal of which could lead to impaired performance. If you wish to extend the lead, obtain an appropriate safety approved extension lead or consult your dealer. Observe the manufacturers instructions when connecting extension leads to the TV. Check the fuse rating on the new plug, this should be fitted with a 5 Amp fuse which conforms to either ASTA or BSI (BS1 362) approvals, these are easily identifiable by either the or symbols. If you are in

Panel Features

High resolution, 20 TFT LCD display. Contrast ratio (typical): 500:1 Brightness (typical): 500 cd/m2. Response time (typical): 16 msec. -6-
any doubt about the installation of an extension lead, please consult a competent electrician.
DONT continue to operate the equipment if you are in any doubt about it working normally, or if it is damaged in any way switch
off, withdraw the mains plug and consult your dealer. DONT place water filled vessels on top of T.V. cabinets. DONT remove any fixed cover as this may expose dangerous voltages. DONT leave equipment switched on when it is unattended unless it is specifically stated that it is designed for unattended operation or has a stand-by mode. Switch off using the switch on the equipment and make sure your family know how to do this. Special arrangements may need to be made for infirm or handicapped people. DONT use equipment such as personal stereos or radios so that you are distracted from the requirements of traffic safety. It is illegal to watch television whilst driving. DONT obstruct the ventilation of the equipment, for example with curtains or soft furnishings. Overheating will cause damage and shorten the life of the equipment. DONT use makeshift stands and NEVER fix legs or stands to the TV with any screws other than those provided - to ensure complete safety always use the manufacturers approved stand with the fixings provided. DONT allow electrical equipment to be exposed to rain or moisture.

tor. The rating information and safety caution of the AC adaptor are on its case. Warning: When the device is not in use for a long time, disconnect from power.

2.Power Cord

Do not place the set, a piece of turniture, etc. on the power cord (mains lead) or pinch the cord. Handle the power cord by the plug Do not pull out the plug by tugging the cord and never touch the power cord when your hands are wet as this could cause a short circuit or electric shock Never make a knot in the cord or tie it with other cords. The power cords should be placed in such a way that they are not likely to be stepped on A damaged power cord can cause fire or give you an electric shock. When it is damaged and need to be changed, it should be done by qualified personnel.

3. Moisture and Water

Do not use this equipment in a humid and damp place (avoid the bathroom, the sink in the kitchen, and near the washing machine). Do not expose this equipment to rain or water, as this may be dangerous and do not place objects filled with liquids, such as flower vases, on top of the set.Avoid from dripping or splashing. If any solid object or liquid falls into the cabinet, unplug the set and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further.


NEVER let anyone, especially children push anything into holes, slots or any other opening in the case - this could result in a fatal electric shock. NEVER guess or take chances with electrical equipment of any kind - it is better to be safe than sorry!

4. Cleaning

Before cleaning, unplug the adaptor from the wall outlet. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Use soft and dry cloth.

1. Power

Always use the provided AC adaptor. Operate only from the power source specified on the AC adaptor. In using, the AC adaptor gets heat on the surface of the case. It is normal, not defective. Do not cover the case of AC adaptor with any material while it is in operation. Leave 15 cm space (minimum) around the AC adap-

5. Ventilation

The slots and openings on the back cover are intended for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation. To prevent overheating, these openings must not be blocked or covered in anyway.

6. Heat and Flames

The set should not be placed near to naked flames and sources of intense heat, such as an electric heater. Ensure that no naked

flame sources, such as lighted candles, are placed on top of the set.

7. Lightning

In case of storm and lightning or when going on holiday, disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet.

8. Replacement Parts

When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts which are specified by the manufacturer or have the same specifications as the original one. Unauthorised substitutions may result in fire, electrical shock, or other hazards.
The mains plug of the power supply is used as disconnect device and therefore shall remain readily operable. Warning: To prevent injury, this device must be securely attached to the floor/wall in accordance with the installation instructions. DO NOT LEAVE YOUR SET AT STAND-BY OR OPERATING WHEN YOU LEAVE YOUR HOUSE "The LCD panel is very high technology product with about a million thin film transistors, giving you fine picture details. Occasionally, a few non-active pixels may appear on the screen as a fixed point of blue, green or red. Please note that this does not affect the performance of your product."

9. Servicing

Please refer all servicing to qualified personnel. Do not remove the cover yourself as this may result in an electric shock. Instructions for waste disposal: Packaging and packaging aids are recyclable and should principally be recycled. Packaging materials, such as foil bag, must be kept away from children. Battery, including those which is heavy metal-free, should not be disposed of with household waste. Please dispose of used battery in an environmentally sound manner. Find out about the legal regulations which apply in your area. Cold cathode fluoresant lamp in LCD PANEL contains a small amount of mercury, please follow local ordinates or regulations for disposal.
In order to avoid possible accidents, please do keep children away from the moving gear located at the rear bottom side of your TV.
Be sure to ground the connection properly. Connect the ground terminal of the AC adaptor with the ground terminal provided at the power outlet using the enclosed power cord. If the provided plug does not fit your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. -8Surely connect the ground wire.
Before Switching On Your TV

Power Connection

Inserting Batteries In The Remote Control Handset
Remove the battery cover located on the back of the handset by gently pulling upwards from the indicated part. Insert two AAA (R03) or equivalent type of batteries inside. Replace the battery cover.

AC adapter

To POWER NPUT DC 12 V terminal
IMPORTANT: The TV set is designed to operate on 12 V DC. For this, an adaptor is used which gives 12V DC voltage. Connect this adaptor to a system that supplies 220240V AC, 50 Hz. After unpacking, allow the TV set to reach the ambient room temperature before you connect the set to the mains.

Connections To The RF Input Socket
NOTE: Remove the batteries from remote control handset when it is not to be used for a long period.Otherwise it can be damaged due to any leakage of batteries.

Switching The TV ON/OFF

To switch the TV on:
Your TV will switch on in two steps:
1- Connect the power supply cord to the sysCABLE TV


Connect the aerial or cable TV plug to the RF input socket located at the rear of the TV and connect the cable plug coming out from the TV out socket located on the devices (VCR, DVB etc.) to this socket as well.
tem. Press the button on the right side of the TV. Then the TV switches itself to stand-by mode and the led becomes red located on the front of the TV. 2- To switch on the TV from stand-by mode either: Press a digit button on the remote control so that a programme number is selected, or, Press the -P/CH or P/CH+button on the right side of the TV or press the -P/CH or P/CH+ button on the remote control, so that the last programme switched off is selected. Either way the TV will switch on and the LED becomes green.
How To Connect Other Devices
IMPORTANT: Switch off the TV before connecting any external device. Sockets for external connections are at the rear side of the TV.For connection of other devices via SCART refer to the manuals of the related devices.

To switch the TV off:

Press the button on the remote control, so the TV will switch to stand-by mode and the GREEN LED will become RED, or, Press the button located on the right side of the TV, so the TV will switch off and the GREEN LED will turn off. NOTE: To switch the TV off completely remove the mains plug from the socket.
If you want to cancel A.P.S. function, press the M button. If OK button is pressed, A.P.S. starts and the following warning is displayed.
A.P.S. is running Please Wait

<M> to exit

Operating The TV
You can operate your TV using both the remote control handset and onset buttons.
After A.P.S. is finalized, Program Table will be displayed on the screen. In the Program Table you will see the programme numbers and names assigned to the programmes.

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extended audio features By pressing / button, select extended audio features. Press button to enter sub-menus. Extended audio features menu has the following sub-menus: feature menu By pressing / button, select the first icon. Feature menu appears on the screen.
Press button to select the first frequency band. Press / button to select the other frequency bands. Selected band can be adjusted by pressing / button. Press button on the first band to exit the equalizer menu. headphone menu By pressing button, select the third icon. Headphone menu appears on the screen.
feature effect sound style normal user
headphone volume balance 20 51
down for feature settings
effect This feature turns on or off the surround effect. By pressing / button, select effect. Press or button to select Normal or Extended. Extended effect mode is used to get deep sound impression from loudspeakers. sound style By pressing / button, select sound style. Press or button to change sound style setting. The available styles are: Theatre, Music, Voice and User. A sound style consists of equalizer settings. equalizer menu By pressing / button, select the second icon. Equalizer menu appears on the screen.
equ alizer +12db +0db- 12d b1K 3K 8K
down for headphone settings
volume By pressing / button, select volume. Press button to increase volume level. Press button to decrease volume level. Volume level can be adjusted between 0 and 50. balance By pressing / button, select balance. Press button to increase balance to the right. Press button to decrease balance to the left. Balance level can be adjusted between 0 and 100.

window menu

By pressing / button, select the third icon. Window menu appears on the screen.
window image size color tem perature dynamic skin tone auto normal off on

down for window settings

down for equalizer settings

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image size Press / button to select image size. By pressing / button, you can change image size to auto, fill all and wide. You can enter image size directly by pressing the button. colour temperature You can enter color temperature directly by pressing "PP" button. This feature is used to change the colour temperature. Press / button, to select colour temperature. By pressing / button, you can select one of these options: Normal , Warm and Cool. dynamic skin tone Dynamic skin tone effect corrects the hue of colours that matches to skin tones. Press / button to select dynamic skin tone. By pressing / button, turn skin tone ON/OFF. When PC is Connected To TV:

options menu

By pressing / button, select the fourth icon. Options menu appears on the screen.
options menu background language room lighting sleep tim er child lock opaque English bright 0 off on

down for option settings

menu background By pressing / button, select menu background. You can change menu background to translucent or opaque by pressing / button. language By pressing / button, select language. Press / button to select the menu language you want. room lighting Press / button to select room lighting. By pressing / button, you can select one of these options: Normal, Bright and Movie. sleep timer By pressing / button, select sleep timer. You can set the sleep time to 0, 5,10,15,.,115 or 120 minutes by pressing / button. The sleep timer is used to turn the TV off after a pre-defined period. child lock You can use this feature to prevent children turning the TV on or changing programs or adjustments etc. without remote control. By pressing / button, select child lock. The child lock feature can be set to either on or off by pressing or button. When off is selected, there will be no difference in the operation of your TV. When on is
window h position v position 50 50
h position By pressing / button, select h position. Press button to slide screen to the left. Press button to slide screen to the right. h position can be adjusted between 0 and 100. v position By pressing / button, select v position. Press button to slide screen up. Press button to slide screen down. v position can be adjusted between 0 and 100.

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selected, the TV can only be controlled by the remote control handset. In this case, the side panel buttons on the TV (except the On/ Off switch) will not work. When PC is Connected To TV:


programming program number program name manual search standard store frequency fine tuning progr. skip 01

AUTO 471. 25 Mhz off on

options menu background language room lighting auto adjustment child lock off on opaque English normal
down to programming options
program number By pressing / button, select program number. Press button to select the first or the second digit. Then press digit buttons on remote control to enter the programme number you want. Press button to exit. There are 100 program storage between 0 and 99. program name By pressing / button, select program name. Program name has a name string with 5 characters. Press button to select a character and / button to change it. After the program name is entered, press button to exit. manual search By pressing / button, select manual search. Press or button to start program searching manually. Press M button to cancel manual search process. Note: When Standard is selected as Auto, manual search does not find SECAM L/L' channels. Therefore L/L has to be selected in the Standard menu for SECAM L/L channels. standard Press / button to select standard. By pressing / button, you can change the standard to AUTO, BG, I, DK or L/L'. When AUTO is selected, the sound standard is adjusted automatically.
menu background, language and child lock is identical to TV mode except room lighting which should be set to normal when PC mode is enabled. auto adjustment Press / button to select auto adjustment. By pressing button, auto adjustment can be made. This function fits the image on the screen horizontally and vertically and adjusts the appropriate phase and frequency.

settings menu

By pressing / button, select the fifth icon. Settings menu appears on the screen.
settings installation teletext language teletext region Europe West
down for various system settings
Installation menu By pressing / button, select installation and press button. Installation menu appears on the screen.

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store Press / button to select store. By pressing button, you can store the program settings. You can also store a setting by pressing OK button on the selected setting. STORED is displayed on screen when a program is stored. frequency By pressing / button, select frequency. Press button to select the first digit and digit buttons on remote control to enter the frequency you want. After the frequency is adjusted, press button to exit. fine tuning By pressing / button, select fine tuning. Press / button to change the frequency value. program skip Use this feature after you run A.P.S. to skip unwanted programs. By pressing / button, select program skip. Press / button to select on or off. When on is selected, current program cannot be reached by pressing -P/CH or P/ CH+ button. But digit button can be used to reach it. program table By pressing / button, select the second icon. Program table appears on the screen.

For further information ask your dealer. See also the booklet supplied with your decoder. Connect a decoder with an aerial socket to the TV Connect the aerial cable. Connect a decoder without an aerial socket to the TV Connect the decoder to the TV with a SCART Lead to SCART input.

PC Sound Connection

Connect the audio output (line out) of your PC to the audio inputs of your TV (see I and J on the next page) with a stereo sound cable.

TV And Video Recorder

Connect the aerial cables. Better picture quality can be obtained if you also connect a SCART Lead to SCART socket.


Your TV has one SCART socket. If you want to connect peripherals (e.g. video, decoder, etc.) which have SCART Sockets to the TV, use SCART input. If an external device is connected via the SCART socket, the TV will be switched to AV mode automatically. If the external device is connected to SCART input and the signal is RGB1, select RGB1 by pressing the AV button.

Playback NTSC

To use this option you can; Connect an NTSC VCR player to SCART Socket at the rear side of the TV. or, Connect an NTSC VCR player to RCA Jacks at the rear side of the TV. Then, press the AV button to select proper source.

Via Aerial Input

If you want to connect to your TV, peripherals like video recorders or decoders, but the device you want to connect does not have a SCART Socket, you should connect it to the Aerial input of the TV. If the VCR is connected via antenna input it is suggested to use Programme 0.
Search For And Store The Test Signal Of The Video Recorder
Unplug the aerial cable from the aerial socket ANT of your video recorder. Switch on your TV and put the video recorder on the test signal. (See the booklet for your video recorder.) Enter the Installation menu in settings menu. Enter the Programming menu in Installation menu and select manual search. Search for the test signal of your video recorder in the same way as you searched for and stored the TV signals. Store the test signal under programme number 0. Replace the aerial cable in the aerial socket ANT of your video recorder once you have stored the test signal.


Cable TV offers you a wide choice of programme. Most of them are free, others are to be paid for by the viewer. This means that you will need to subscribe to the broadcasting organisation whose programmes you wish to receive. This organisation will supply you a corresponding decoder unit to allow the programmes to be unscrambled.

Connecting Headphones

Use the stereo headphone socket at the rear side of the TV to connect headphones.

Remote Control

Your TV no longer responds to the remote control. Press the TV button on the remote control once more. Perhaps the batteries are exhausted. If so you can still use the local buttons at the top of the TV. Have you selected the wrong menu? Press the TV button to return to TV mode or press the M button to return to the previous menu. No solution: Switch your TV set off and on. If this does not work, call the service personnel; never attempt to repair it yourself.

Care Of The Screen

Clean the screen with a slightly damp, soft cloth. Do not use abrasive solvents as they may damage the TV screen coating layer.

Poor Picture

Have you selected the correct TV system? Is your TV set or house aerial located too close to the loudspeakers, non-earthed audio equipment or neon lights, etc.?

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PC Input Typical Display Modes
The display has a maximum resolution of 800x600, vertical sync. frequency range of 50-72 Hz and a horizontal sync. frequency range of 30-57 KHz. The following table is an illustration of some of the typical video display modes.

Mode 5

Resolution Horizontal Vertical 800 600
Frequency Hor. (kHz) Ver. (Hz) 60
The native resolution of the TFT-LCD Panel is 800 x 600 pixels. Therefore using Mode 5 is advised to get the best PC input display quality.
Information for users applicable in European Union countries
This symbol on the product or on its packaging means that your electrical and electronic equipment should be disposed at the end of life separately from your household wastes. There are separate collection systems for recycling in EU. For more information, please contact the local authority or the dealer where you purchased the product.

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D 220 88

This guarantee does not apply to product acquired second hand or for commercial or communal use This guarantee does not cover the replacement of exhausted batteries, the adjustment of user controls, or aerial alignment. Any parts replaced under this guarantee shall become the property of Hitachi Europe Ltd. Please note that evidence of the date of purchase will be required before any service under this guarantee is carried out.

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IMPORTANT - If placing TV into cabinet or alcove, ensure there is at least a 100mm (10cm) gap to the sides, rear and top of the TV. This is to allow for adequate ventilation during operation. Please read the main Users Guide for more safety information before installation.
insert the batteries into your handset


either connect the aerial straight to your TV.

Aerial (RF) Lead

wall socket

Aerial (RF) Socket

AC adapter To POWER INPUT DC 12 V terminal
.or connect the aerial through a VCR.
(RF) connector lead VCR to TV wall socket
Optional Scart Lead TV to VCR
It is recommended that a scart lead should be fitted between your TV and VCR to enhance the picture and sound quality. Scart leads are essential if you have a stereo TV and VCR and wish to obtain stereo sound from your equipment. These leads can be purchased from your Hitachi dealer or any good High Street electrical retailer.
.or through a satellite decoder.


RF Lead from Satellite to TV
Scart Lead to AV-1 on TV.


RF Lead to Aerial Satellite LNB lead
.or through a VCR and satellite decoder.
RF Lead from VCR to TV RF Lead from VCR to Satellite Aerial

RF Lead to Aerial

Satellite LNB lead
connect the TV plug to the mains socket

insert plug.

.and switch on

Plug for UK

Plug for Europe
switch your TV on, ready to start Auto Setup procedure. To switch on the TV first press the " " button on the TV, then press one of the number buttons on the remote control or Prog + or Prog - on the set.
handset controls used for television Auto Setup
cursor left This Button is used to move the menu selection box left or change a highlighted selection.
cursor up Use this button to move the menu selection box up.
cursor down Use this button to move the menu selection box down.
cursor right This Button is used to move the menu selection box right or change a highlighted selection.
Press this button to enter the main menu of the TV and again to exit the menu and return to normal TV operation.
important note before starting Auto Setup
If you have a Video Cassette Recorder or a Satellite receiver connected to your TV please ensure that they are switched on before automatic tuning begins. In the case of a VCR, insert a pre-recorded tape and begin playback of your equipment. These measures ensure that all your external equipment is tuned in during the Auto Setup procedure.
start Auto Setup procedure
First select the country by using the control.

buttons on the remote

country A.P.S. language

A.P.S. UK English

Use the or to select Language. Select the required language by using the or buttons on the remote control
INITIAL A.P.S. WARNING Please Check the Antenna Cable <M> to cancel <OK> to start
To start A.P.S., select A.P.S. by using / buttons and press the button. Press "OK" button on the remote control to start A.P.S.You will see the message " A.P.S. is running Please Wait". The set will tune in all available channels.
When A.P.S is complete press "M" on the remote control to remove the menu and start viewing the TV.

important note.

Once the TV has found all your local stations, they are then automatically assigned a programme number. If you would like to change the programmes please refer to the Installation Menu section of the instruction book.
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