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|mejdej||5:19am on Monday, July 19th, 2010|
|OK this is an old TV now, but you can still buy them online and are now very very cheap. We got the 32" variant in June 2007 for around £500.|
|irw||2:53pm on Saturday, July 17th, 2010|
|dont buy it unless you can live with a buzz good looks a buzzing noise when switch to scart sockets, no noise if you use other connections.|
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Instructions for use
Remote Control Buttons.. 2 LCD TV.. 3 Preparation.. 5 Features.. 5 Panel Features.. 5 Safety Precautions.. 5 Before Switching On Your TV.. 8 Power Connection.. 8 Connections To The Aerial Input Socket 8 How To Connect Other Devices. 8 Inserting Batteries In The Remote Control Handset.. 8 Switching The TV ON/OFF.. 8 To switch the TV on:.. 8 To switch the TV off:.. 8 Initial Settings.. 9 Operating The TV.. 10 Operating with the buttons on the TV set.. 10 Operating With Remote Control. 10 IDTV Menu System. 10 Channel List.. 10 Installation.. 12 Configuration.. 13 Timers.. 15 Language.. 16 TV Setup.. 16 Common Interface.. 17 Menu System.. 17 Picture menu.. 17 Sound menu.. 18 Feature menu.. 20 Install menu.. 21 Program menu. 22 Source menu.. 22 PC Mode.. 23 Installation.. 23 Menu System in PC mode. 23 PC Picture Position Menu. 23 PC Picture Menu.. 23 Sound Menu.. 24 Feature Menu.. 24 Source Menu.. 24 Sound in PC mode.. 24 Other Features.. 24 TV Status.. 24 Mute Indicator.. 24 PIP and PAP modes.. 24 Freeze Picture. 25 Zoom Modes.. 25 Teletext.. 26 To Operate Teletext.. 26 To Select A Page Of Teletext. 26 To Select Index Page. 26 To Select A Subcode Page.. 26 PAT (Picture and Text). 26 To Exit Teletext. 26 To Display The Time.. 26 Fastext.. 26 Connect Peripheral Equipment.. 27 High Definition. 27 Via The Scart.. 27 Via Aerial Input.. 27 Decoder... 27 TV And Video Recorder.. 27 Playback NTSC.. 28 Copy Facility.. 28 Search For And Store The Test Signal Of The Video Recorder.. 28 Camera And Camcorder. 28 Connect The Decoder To The Video Recorder.. 28 Connecting Headphones.. 28 Connecting Subwoofer.. 28 Aerial Connection.. 29 Tips... 30 Specifications.. 31 Appendix A: PC Input Typical Display Modes.. 32 Appendix B: DVD Player Selection.. 33 Appendix C: DVD Player Selection (continued).. 34 Appendix D: Main and PIP-PAP Picture Combinations.. 35 UK Guarantee.. 36 -1-
= Stand by On/Off
Remote Control Buttons
= Program Information SEL= Select TV/ DVD /SAT AV3 = AV3 mode AV2 = AV2 mode RGB2 = No Function RGB1= PC mode = Go back to previous menu
`= Cursor Right
OK = Enter
b =Cursor Down
= Picture Mode P+/ - = Programme Up/ Down = Mute On/Off 0 - 9 = Digit buttons = PIP / PAP / TV BLUE = Only used in Teletext mode YELLOW = Only used in Teletext mode = Reveal P- = Programme Down / SLIDE SHOW/ = No function/ Subtitle PHOTO= No Function SWIVEL= No Function = Aspect ratio = Teletext On/Off = Time = Guide for DTT/ Index Page for TV GREEN = Only used in Teletext mode RED = PAT (Picture and Text) = Freeze On/Off / = Volume Up/ Down = Mono/Stereo - Dual A-B = Equalizer Sound Mode
a = Cursor Up
= Menu On/Off
AV5 =AV5 mode AV4 = AV4 mode
AV1 = AV1 mode
DTT/TV = Selector button for Digital/Analogue
_ = Cursor Left
** These buttons can control most Hitachi DVD Players and Recorders. Please see Page 33
TV/AV button MENU button Prog. Up, Prog. Down buttons Volume Up, Volume Down buttons On/Off switch Power cord input Operate/Standby AV-4S S-VHS Input Video Input Audio Inputs Headphone AV-4
Audio Line Outs Subwoofer Out PC Audio Input Aerial Scart 2 (AV-2) Scart 1 (AV-1) HDMI Input (AV-5) Component Audio Inputs Component Video (YPbPr) Inputs VGA Input CI (Common Interface) Slot AV-3
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. Use this apparatus in tropical and/or moderate climates.
Stereo PC Audio Input Plug&Play for Windows 9X, ME, 2000, XP 3D Comb Filter Audio Line Out
In case of storm and lightning or when going on holiday, disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet.
8. Replacement Part
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.
Please refer all servicing to qualified personnel. Do not remove the cover yourself as this may result in an electric shock. WARNING: When the device is not in use for a long time, disconnect from power. 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. Batteries, including those which are heavy metal-free, should not be disposed of with household waste. Please dispose of used batteries 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. Be sure to ground the connection properly. Connect the ground terminal of TV with the ground terminal provided at the power outlet using the enclosed power cord. If theprovided plug does not fit your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. -7"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." DO NOT LEAVE YOUR TV AT STAND-BY OR OPERATING WHEN YOU LEAVE YOUR HOUSE
Before Switching On Your TV
IMPORTANT: The TV set is designed to operate on 220-240V AC, 50 Hz. After unpacking, allow the TV set to reach the ambient room temperature before you connect the set to the mains. 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.
Connections To The Aerial Input Socket
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 system. Press Power On/Off button at the rear side of the TV. Then the TV switches itself to stand-by mode and the led on the front of the TV becomes Red. 2- To switch on the TV from stand-by mode either:
Operating With Remote Control
The remote control handset of your TV is designed to control all the functions of your TV. The functions will be described in accordance with the menu system of your TV. Functions of the menu system are described in Menu System section. Volume Setting button to increase volume. Press the button to decrease volume. A Press the volume level scale (slider) will be displayed at the bottom of the screen.
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Channel List is the place where the channels are managed.
Press the OK button to delete the highlighted channel in the channel list. Then the following message appears on the screen.
Press or button to highlight the desired option. If OK button is pressed while Yes is highlighted, the highlighted channel is deleted. Selecting No cancels the delete operation. Navigating the whole channel list or button for selecting the previPress ous or next channel. To watch a specific channel, highlight the Select item in the channel list using the or button. Then using the or button select the desired channel and press the OK button. The selected channel has the name displayed to the top-right and the channel number to the top left of the channel preview pane, as shown in the above diagram. Deleting the channels in the channel list or button to select the channel Press that will be deleted. Press or button to select the Delete item on Channel List menu. As seen on Channel List menu, Select is written next to Delete item at the bottom of the screen to indicate that press the OK button to delete the highlighted channel in the channel list. Now pressing or button moves to the or previous/next character. Pressing button toggles the current character, i.e., b and c by. character becomes a by Pressing the numeric buttons 0.9 replaces the highlighted character with the characters printed above the button one by one as the button is pressed. Press the button to cancel the editing or OK button to save the new name. Adding locks to channels Channel Locking provides a password-protected access to channels selected by parents. In order to lock a channel you should know the Parental Lock password (default value is set to 0000 in the factory and can only be changed from the Configuration Menu). - 11 Renaming channels To rename a specific channel, the channel or butmust be highlighted via pressing ton and then highlight the Edit Name item by or button. Press OK to actipressing vate rename feature.
Select the channel to be locked by highlighting it and select the Lock option by pressing or button. When the OK button is pressed, a password box is displayed.
On Screen Help Pressing INFO Button For all menus press the button to display the help information about the menu functions. For Channel List menu the following message is displayed on the screen. Enter the password using the digit buttons on the remote control. The Lock icon will now be displayed next to the selected channel. Repeat the same operation to cancel the Lock. Setting Favourites You can set various channels as favourites so that only the favourite channels are navigated when you press the P +/- keys on the remote control. To set a favourite you should highlight the Favourites item at bottom of the Channel List menu. or button to highlight the Use the Favourites item at the base of the screen and then, in turn, highlight each channel you want to add to the favourites list, using the and buttons and press the OK button. A channel selected as a favourite appears in the main channel list with a favourites icon ( ) against the channel name. You must then set the Favourite mode to ON in the Configuration menu (see page 14 for further details). This menu includes the following items: 1. Add New Channels 2. First Time Installation. ADD NEW CHANNELS: This tuning menu consists of two parts: Automatic Search Manual Search
The Installation menu mainly intends to help you for building a Channel Table in the most efficient way.
Automatic Search: Automatic search is started by pressing the
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OK button in the auto-search pop up menu. All the services are searched and a channel table is created automatically. All channels found are stored in a sorted form with respect to their channel numbers. Some services may not appear with the correct channel number. At the time of printing, not all broadcasters are sending their channel number information. Manual Search: In manual search, the number of the multiplex is entered manually and only that multiplex is searched for the channels. For every valid channel number, signal level, signal quality and network name are shown at the bottom of the screen. In both manual and auto search any existing channel in the database is not re-stored to avoid redundant duplicates of that channel. FIRST TIME INSTALLATION The user can use this item to load default settings, which had been loaded to the receiver at the factory. To install factory settings, highlight First Time Installation menu and press the OK button, then you will be asked to confirm for deleting all channels and settings. Press the OK button to search for analogue channels.The following menu appears on the screen for analogue channel search.
First of all choose Language and Country by / and / buttons. This will afusing fect the sort process in APS. To start APS, press the RED or OK button.
After APS is finalized, the programme table will appear on the screen. In the programme table you will see the programme numbers and names assigned to the programmes. If you do not accept the locations and / or the programme names, you can change them in the Program menu. (See page 22 for Program table explanation.)
By selecting YES and pressing the OK button, the existing channel table will be deleted. After factory settings is loaded, First Time Installation menu will be displayed.
Press the button to display the Main button twice to highlight Menu and the Configuration, then press the OK button to display the Configuration menu. Press the button to leave the menu.
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Favourite Mode This function enables or disables the favourite channel list mode. See Channel List menu Favourites on page 12. or button to turn on/off favourite Use mode. If the Favourite Mode is on, in normal operating mode pressing P+ and P- buttons will only navigate through the channels that were previously defined as favourites in Channel List. EPG Preference Digital terrestrial television channels can broadcast simultaneous Next&Now and 7Day electronic programme. Highlight the EPG Preference line in the Configuration menu and use the or button to select Next&Now or 7-Day. Receiver Upgrade The IDTV can be upgraded via the configuration menu, entered from the main menu. In the Configuration menu, highlight the Reor ceiver Upgrade item by pressing button and press the OK button to start upgrade process. There are two possibilities for Receiver software to be upgraded: automatic and manual.
Display the Main Menu by pressing the button. Highlight the Timers line by pressing or button and press the OK button to display the Timer menu.
There is only one key which is set to 0000 initially. Enter lock key. If wrong Lock key is entered, the following message is displayed on the screen and it is returned back.
Up to five separate timer events can be set and each is displayed in the Timer screen, showing the event number, the channel to be selected, the start time, end time, date and the mode - whether that event is active (and will be acted on) or not.
If it is correct, the Parental Settings Menu including following items is displayed:
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To set an event, highlight its mode button or button and press the OK using the button to display the timer entry window.
Some programmes are broadcast in two or more languages simultaneously. The language heard can be selected from the Language Menu. Press the button to display the Main or button to highlight the Menu and use Language line and press the OK button.
Here the five settings of channel name, start time, end time, date and frequency mode can be set. You can move freely between each setting using the or buttons. The channel name is set using the or button to display the channel which broadcasts the programme. The start time, end time and date are each set with the digit buttons on the remote control in 24-hour format. The frequency mode determines how often the receiver operates this event and is set or button to be either Once, with the Daily, or Weekly. If an invalid number for the start or end times or the date is entered, Entered time is not valid message appears on the menu. RECORDING FROM IDTV Connect your VCR to AV2 via a scart lead. Set the AV2-OUT in the feature menu to DDT, as illustrated and described on page 20. Set the time as described above. Set your TV to standby using the remote control. Set your VCR to correspond with the time set on your TV and select external input (refer to your VCR instruction book). NB. If you switch on your TV whilst the timer recording is active and then switch back to standby, the timer recording will be cancelled; the timer setting will be deleted and the desired programme will not be recorded.
Use the or button to highlight the soundtrack language required and press the OK button. Normal viewing, with the required language soundtrack, can be resumed by pressing the button.
If the programme has no alternative language soundtrack broadcast, the Language Menu will not be available, but a message, No Multi Language Available is displayed briefly.
To be able to go through TV functions, you can use this item. The digital TV Setup menu screen is accessed from the main menu. Press the button to display the main menu and use or button to highlight TV Setup, press the OK button to display TV Setup menu screen.
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Detailed information about Sound, Picture and Feature menus are in AnalogueTV Menu System section on page 17.
3. Connect the TV to the mains supply, switch on and then wait for few moments until the card is activated. Some CAMs may require the following set up. Please set the CAM by entering the IDTV menu, Common Interface then pressing the OK button. (CAM set up menu is not displayed when it is not required.) To see the viewing contract information: Enter IDTV; press the button, then highlight Common Interface and press the OK button. When no module is inserted, No Common Interface module detected message appears on the screen.
Press the button to display the Main or button to highlight Menu and use the the Common Interface line and press the OK button.
It is required to subscribe to a pay channel company to view the pay channels of the Digital Terrestrial broadcasting. Obtain the Conditional Access Module (CAM) and the Viewing card by subscribing to a pay channel company, then insert those to the Television using the following procedure. 1. Switch off the TV and unplug from the mains. 2. Insert the CAM, then Viewing Card to the slot that is located in the terminal cover at the left-hand side of the TV (from front view). The CAM should be correctly inserted, it is impossible to insert fully if reversed. The CAM or the TV terminal may be damaged if the CAM is forcefully inserted.
Refer to the module instruction manual for details of the settings.
Your TV has been designed with a menu system to provide easy manipulation of a multifunction system. button to enter the menu. Press Press the _ / ` button to select a menu title and then a / b button to select a menu item and _ / ` or OK button to enter the menu item. Press the Press the menu. button to exit the menu. button to return to the previous
By pressing _ / ` button, select the first icon. Picture menu appears on the screen.
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Mode By pressing a / b button, select Mode. Press _ / ` button to choose one of these options: Natural, Dynamic and Cinema. Picture mode can be changed directly by pressing the button. Contrast By pressing a / b button, select Contrast. Press ` button to increase contrast. Press _ button to decrease contrast. Contrast level can be adjusted between 0 and 63. Brightness By pressing a / b button, select Brightness. Press ` button to increase brightness. Press _ button to decrease brightness. Brightness level can be adjusted between 0 and 63. Sharpness By pressing a / b button, select Sharpness. Press ` button to increase sharpness. Press _ button to decrease sharpness. Sharpness level can be adjusted between 0 and 31. Colour By pressing a / b button, select Colour. Press ` button to increase colour. Press _ button to decrease colour. Colour level can be adjusted between 0 and 99. Hue This item is displayed in picture menu when the TV receives an NTSC signal. By pressing a / b button, select hue. Press ` button to increase hue. Press _ button to decrease hue. Hue level can be adjusted between -31 and 31. Colour Temp By pressing a / b button, select Colour Temp. Press _ / ` button to choose one of these options: Cool, Normal and Warm. Noise Reduction This item is used to reduce the image noise and improve the picture quality at weak signals.
By pressing a / b button, select Noise Reduction. Press _ / ` button to set Noise reduction level to Off, Low, Medium or High. Film Mode Films are recorded at a different number of frames per second to normal television programmes. By pressing a / b button, select Film Mode. Press _ / ` button to set this feature On or Off. Turn this feature on when you are watching films to see the fast motion scenes clearly. 3D Comb 3D Comb is used to improve colour transitions and colour quality of pictures. By pressing a / b button, select 3D Comb. Press _ / ` button to set this feature On or Off. Reset By pressing a / b button, select Reset. Press _ / ` or OK button to reset the picture modes to factory default settings.
Colour System By pressing a / b button, select Colour System. Press _ / ` button to change the colour system to PAL, PAL60, SECAM or AUTO. Note: In EXT mode, you can choose NTSC 3.58 and NTSC 4.43 as well. Sound System By pressing a / b button, select Sound System. Press _ / ` button to change the sound system to BG, DK, I or L/L. Fine Tune By pressing a / b button, select Fine Tune. Press _ / ` button to adjust the tuning. Search By pressing a / b button, select Search. Press _ / ` button to start program searching. The searching will stop when a signal is found. You can also enter a frequency value directly by pressing the digit buttons. VCR (Video Cassette Recorder) This item can be seen in all modes except AV-3, AV-5 and PC RGB. If you want to watch a VCR source from one of these modes, then it will be better to set VCR mode on. For this, while the cursor is on this item press the _ / ` buttons to set it On.
By pressing _ / ` button, select the fourth icon. Install menu appears on the screen.
Program By pressing a / b button, select Program. Press _ / ` button to select the program number. You can also enter a number via digit buttons on the remote control. There are 100 program storage between 0 and 99. Band Band can be selected either C or S by pressing _ / ` button. Channel Channel can be changed by _ / ` button or Digit Buttons.
If you want to watch a DVD , then you must set this item off. Store Program By pressing a / b button, select Store Program. Press _ / ` or OK button to store the adjustments. Program Stored will be displayed on the screen.
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By pressing _ / ` button, select the fifth icon. Program menu appears on the screen.
APS (Automatic Programming System) When you press the BLUE button for APS, the following warning screen will be displayed.
By moving the cursor in four directions you can reach 20 programmes in the same page. You can scroll the pages up or down by pressing the navigation buttons to see all the programmes in TV mode (except the AV mode). By cursor action, programme selection is done automatically. Name: To change the name of a decided programme, select the programme and press the RED button. The first letter of the selected name starts to blink. Press a / b button to change that letter and _ / ` button to select the other letters. By pressing the RED button, you can store the name. Insert: Select the programme which you want to insert by navigation buttons. Press the GREEN button. By navigation buttons move the selected programme to the decided programme space and press the GREEN button again. Delete: To delete a programme, press the YELLOW button. Pressing the YELLOW button again erases the selected programme from the programme list, and the programmes below shift one up.
Contrast, Brightness and Colour Temperature adjustments in this menu are identical to adjustments defined in TV picture menu. When Colour Temp is Manual, you can also adjust the R,G,B items. R, G and B adjust the TV image colour in PC mode. You can change the TV colour to your desired colour: R (Red), G (Green), B (Blue) Select Reset and press _ / ` or OK button to reset the picture modes to factory default settings. It is placed in the upper left side of the screen when enabled.
To cancel mute, there are two alternatives; button and the the first one is pressing the second one is increasing/decreasing the volume level.
PIP and PAP modes
Press the button to switch to PIP mode. At PIP Mode, a small picture (PIP picture) is displayed on the main picture. There are 1 size and 4 positions (upper left, upper right, bottom left and bottom right) available for the PIP window. You can use a / b button to change the PIP position. Aspect Ratio of the PIP window is fixed and 4:3. When PIP Mode is entered, the default active window is PIP window and the active window is indicated by a green frame around it. The active window can be changed by pressing the _ / ` button. The status info OSD belongs to active window. The place of the status OSDs are same for both windows. For PIP picture restrictions, see table on page 35. Press the mode. button twice to switch to PAP
By pressing _ / ` button, select the third icon. Sound menu appears on the screen. The items in this menu are described at Sound menu starting page 18.
By pressing _ / ` button, select the fourth icon. Feature menu appears on the screen. The items in this menu are described at Feature menu starting page 20.
By pressing _ / ` button, select the fifth icon. Source menu appears on the screen. In source menu, highlight a source by pressing a / b button and switch to that mode by pressing _ / ` or OKbutton.
Sound in PC mode
Connect the PCs Audio output to the TVs PC Audio In socket with an audio cable.
At PAP Mode, two pictures with equal sizes are displayed on the screen. Aspect Ratios of the windows are fixed. When you switch to PAP Mode, Main window in PIP Mode is displayed on the right side of
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the screen. The active window can be changed by pressing the _ / ` button. Source restrictions of PAP Mode are same as in PIP Mode. It is not possible to show 2 different channels from the TV tuner at the same time.
16:9 Zoom: This zooms up the wide picture (16:9 aspect ratio) to the full screen.
To Operate Teletext
Select a TV station where Teletext is being transmitted. Press the button. Usually the list of contents (index) is displayed on the screen.
PAT (Picture and Text)
Press the RED button to see the programme and teletext at the same time. The screen will be divided into two parts. Teletext will be displayed on the left side of the screen.
To Select A Page Of Teletext
Press the appropriate digit buttons for the required Teletext page number. The selected page number is displayed in the top left corner of the screen. The Teletext page counter searches until the selected page number is located, the desired page is then displayed on the screen. Press the a button to move the Teletext screen forward one page at a time. Press the b button to move the Teletext screen backward one page at a time.
To Exit Teletext
Press the button. The screen will switch to TV mode.
To Display The Time
While watching a TV programme with Telebutton. The text transmission press the current time information, captured from Teletext will be displayed on the screen. If the programme being watched does not have Teletext transmission, no information will be displayed.
To Select Index Page
To select the page number of the index (generally page 100), press the button.
Your TV supports the 1000 page Teletext system. When the page number of any of the 1000 pages in memory is entered, the system will not search for the requested page; instead it will display the page automatically. If the requested page is not in memory, the system will search for the requested page number and save the 1000 pages including
To Reveal Concealed Information
Pressing the button once will reveal answers on a quiz or games page. Pressing the button again will conceal the revealed answers.
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the requested page into memory after finding it. Press the a button to move the Teletext screen forward one page at a time. Press the b button to move the Teletext screen backward one page at a time. For Fastext The subject-heading for the information may have a particular colour. Press an appropriate RED, GREEN, YELLOW or BLUE button in order to reach the relevant page quickly. For TOP text TOP text mode of operation will be activated automatically according to the transmission. If TOP text transmission is present, colour coded buttons will appear in status row. If TOP text transmission is not present, status row will not appear. The subject-heading for information may be located in coloured box. In Top mode the a or b commands will request the next or previous page respectively. If TOP text transmission is not available, in case of operation of these commands, wraparound occurs. For example page 100 appears to be one greater than page 199.
It is recommended that a scart lead should be fitted between your TV and VCR to enhance your 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
Scart Lead to AV -1 on TV.
RF Lead from VCR to Satellite Aerial
connect the TV plug to the mains socket
Powe r C ord Po wer o n/off Input button
Plug the mains lead into the TV.
.and switch on
switch your TV on by pressing the On/Off button
TV/ A V
MENU P/ CH
NB: When the set is first switched on, the set will be in standby and the indicator on the front of the set will illuminate red. Press the channel up down (P- , P+) or numeric buttons (1, 2, 3,.) to operate.
basic functions of remote control
TV DT T/TV
DV D S AT AV1 AV2
To go back to previous menu For navigation of the menus
To enter the main menu
S.MODE P.M OD E
Volume Up Volume Down
Programme Up Programme Down
To select a programme number.
SLIDE SHOW -ROTATE. S WIVE L PHOTO
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 A.P.S. (Auto Programming System)
Please ensure aerial is plugged in. Do you want to start first time installation?
AUTOMATIC SEARCH Channels:
To start installation process, select Yes, to cancel select No.This process will take about five minutes. To cancel searching, you can press button at any time during the process.
BBC ONE BBC TWO BBC CHOICE
Searching UHF channels 30. Please wait. This will take a few minutes
After Automatic Search process is completed, a message asking for analogue channel search appears on the screen. To continue APS, first select the language and country by pressing | / } button and then press the RED or OK button
AUTO PROGRAM English UK
After APS is finalized, the programme table will appear on the screen.In the programme list you will see the programme numbers and names assigned to the programmes.
PLEASE CHECK ANTENNA CABLE AUTO. PROGRAMMING SYSTEM
For details on the Program menu please refer to the Installation Menu section of the instruction book.
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APS is running. 055,25 Mhz Cancel
Once the TV has found all your local stations, they are then automatically assigned a programme number and name, if available from the broadcast.
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. (Figure 1). Unscrew the 6 screws (M4 x 12) that attach the foot assembly to the TFT panel and remove the foot assembly from the TFT panel. 2- Decide the place on the wall where the TFT panel would be placed. Fix the wall mounting stencil on the wall. The stencil is used for placing the wall hangers on the wall, properly. 3- Level and mark with a pencil the 4 mounting points on each wall hanger. Drill pilot holes for the plastic anchors (7x30) and then fix the wall hangers with 8 screws (4 x 30). 4- Raise the TFT panel and hang it to the holes on the wall hanger from the 4 hanging screws at the rear of the TFT panel.
Television Servicing 17 CD
Files in pdf format, includes schematics and adjustments etc.
Makes & Models Covered
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E1 Chassis L4 Chassis (30 inch) LM Chassis L6 E-PE Chassis
PCB TMC571 PCB VM9171 TV 32 RN 10 D
D72A (P) Puccini 42D5 D74B (P Europe 42HD) LE 23 R32 B LE 26 M51 B LE 26 R32 B LE 32 M51 B LE 32 M61 B LE 40 M51 B LE 40 M61 B LE 46 M51 B M51A Chassis PPM 63H 3Q/ EDC PS 42 D5 SX/ XEU PS 42 D51 SX/ XEC PS 42 Q7 HDX/ XEU S62A (P) OZ SP 40 J5 HAX/ XEE SP 40 J5 HAX/ XEF SP 50 L7 HXX/ XEH WS 32 Z308 PAX/ XEU
LCD 30 TV 005 HD LCD 32 TV 005 HD LCD 32 TV 022 HD
GP6 D Chassis GP6 DE Chassis GP7 D Chassis GP8 DE Chassis GPF10 DE Chassis GPF11 DE Chassis GPH10 DE Chassis TC 26 LX70 (Training) TC 26 LX600 (Training) TC 32 LX70 (Training) TC 32 LX85 (Training) TC 32 LX600 (Training) TC 32 LX700 (Training) TC 37 LZ85 (Training) TH 37 PA 30 E TH 37 PA 50 E TH 37 PE 50 B TH 37 PW7 EX TH 37 PWD 7 BK/ EK/ UY TH 42 PA 30 E TH 42 PA 50 E TH 42 PE 50 B TH 42 PW 6 BX/ EX TH 42 PW 7 BX/ EX TH 42 PWD 6 BX/ EX/ UY TH 42 PWD 7 BK/ BS TH 42 PWD 7 EK/ ES/ UY TH 42 PY 70 F/ P TH 42 PZ 70 B/ E TH 42 PY 80 P TH 42 PZ 80 B/ E TX 42 PT 10 TX 42 PT 10 F
CP 093 F CP 099 (14 Inch) CP 099 FS CP 371 CP 785 A CP 785 AF CP 830 DDT 14 H9 ZZF DDT 21 H9 ZDF/ ZDR DLP 20 D7 DLP 20 J1 DLP 20 W2 DLP 2612 DLP 3212 DSL 15 D1 T DSL 17 W1 T DTD 14 H9 DTD 21 H9 DTE 21 U6 TH DTE 25 G5 THS DTE 29 G5 TH DTG 28 A7 DTG 28 G8 DTG 2880 DTG 28 A8 DTG 28 A9 DTU 14/16/ 20/ 21 D3 VG DTU 14/ 20/ 21 D4 VG DTU 14/ 20/ 21 D3 TM DTU 14/ 20/ 21 D4 TM FS 59 T90 FS 68 T90 PF 51 T30 SL 100 P Chassis SL 130 P Chassis SL 210 P Chassis
AV 1414 EE/ SK AV 1434 EE/ SK CG Chassis (ii) FL 2 Chassis FL 2 Chassis (i) LT 20 A5 LT 20 A5 / S LT 20 A60 SJ/ SU LT 20 B60 SJ/SU (i) LT 23 B60 SJ/ SU LT 23 C50 BJ/ BU/ BU/Z LT 23 C50 SJ/ SU/ SU/Z LT 23 C50 S U/ Z LT 23 C88 SJ LT 23 E31 BUG/ BJG LT 23 E31 SUG/ SJG LT 23 E75 BJG/ SJG LT 26 DS6 BJ/ SJ (Sch) LT 32 DS6 BJ/ SJ (Sch) LT 37 S60 BU LT 37 S60 BU/ P
TWP 4205 TWP 4210
CE 25 DN6-B (EB6-A) CE 25 DN6-B (EB6-D) CE 27 LD6-B CE 28 DN8-B CE 32 LD6-B CE 32 WP5-B EB6-A Chassis (25 inch) EB6-A Chassis (32 inch) EB6-D Chassis EB7-B Chassis UK4-A Chassis 14 N31 B 24 Z33 B 28 Z33 B 32 Z33 B
17MB01-20 17MB05E-2 17MB08P-3 17MB08P-4 17MB08P-5 17MB11 (30 inch TFT) 17MB12 17MB15-E7 (17PW15-9) 17MB15-E7 (ii) 17MB18-3 (Sch) 17MB22-2 Please Note: Models and chassis indicated by (i) (ii) etc. differ to previously published information. Some models listed refer to information in previous publications. (Sch) Indicates Schematics Only
Env06 PCG-FR315B KM-C850D Talea Giro DVD-505 BDV-E800W 32LB1R HT963PA Center MFC-9200C Eyebox Suunto M1 PET712 I475D Ryobi 700 2611-tlxb Dead III TX28DTX-1 Dmpbd85 GR36wcan 957MB GR-389RT F1DS104P Waker 178 188 World DSC-F707 CX7330 GR-892deqf Plantronics T20 EMS2340X Ewtp0003 Mcintosh C28 VSX-609RDS FP222WH E2725B MC 401 Cdxl350 Review 265WT DAV-DZ361W LTV-19W6 250 USB TNT T100 D-465 DGP2-NE641AC PRO U200 RR-US050 SF-2025 LMS-350A LE52A656 Microtower PC M340 T DVP3580 RS2000-SDU W1300 MA560 KDC-237 SD208 Category Kd-adv38 Reference HVL-rlam BH-304 Bizhub C35 Accessory UN46C6400RF LN550 72145 TD-8KV KX-TG2740 KX-TG2622W PRO 4320 SQ250 SP0411C-R Photo R390 32PF9531 KX-F880 ECM-Z60 Diesel XP500-2001 Easytouch 35 47LY3DE Studio FW77kstr WS771B DPF 7911 Logic MC70 DCP850 SP1203N PS-FL7II 42LG3000 AEU Pp4018 L1718S-BN CS351N Gta III IC-2800H CDX-P650 Shiver 45 PA-300 Plus MZ-42PZ24
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