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|bstarynk||7:48pm on Friday, October 1st, 2010|
|I bought this TV for my mother who is in a nursing home. Worked for 6 months Died after 6 months, with no customer support I never had any problems until the middle of the night about 1 year / 2 months after I bought it. The TV just went out.|
|#georgetta_80||6:01pm on Wednesday, June 16th, 2010|
|I purchased my Polaroid HD TV in the summer of 2006. For the first 3 months, all was great! Then as someone else has stated.|
|nnappy||8:08am on Friday, May 14th, 2010|
|At least I got about 5 years out of mine. I was hoping to get about 10 years out if it. Same problem-comes on but no picture or sound.|
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24 Pure Flat Tube Stereo TV TTM-2410
Important Safety precautions
Risk of electric shock, do not open. Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualied service personnel;
1. To reduce the risk of re 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 lled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus; 3. At least 10 cm space should be left around the apparatus for sufcient ventilation; 2. To avoid the fire, no naked flame source, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the apparatus;
4. The ventilation should not be impeded by covering the ventilation opening with items, such as newspapers, table-cloths, curtains, etc.
1. For your protection, please read this instruction completely, and keep this manual for future reference;
5. In case of smoke, strange noise or strange smell from the unit, switch it off, unplug it from the wall outlet and contact your dealer or service center. 2. Unplug the apparatus from the AC outlet when it will not be used for a long period of time. And when there is a lightning, unplug the unit from the AC outlet immediately. Never touch the antenna wire during lightning.
3. The apparatus is not suitable for children under 3-year to operate.
4. Do not push objects of any kind into this apparatus through cabinet slots as they could touch current carrying parts or short-circuit parts resulting in re, electric shock or damage to the unit. Never spill liquid of any kind on the apparatus; 5. Do not place this apparatus near water, for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet basement; or a swimming pool; and the like;
6. Keep the apparatus away from radiators and other heat sources;
7. Unplug this apparatus from the AC outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning;
8. Power supply cords should be routed safety to prevent life and property from dangerous with damaged cord;
9. Place the apparatus in such a position that the screen is not exposed to direct sunlight. It is best to have soft indirect lighting while watching and avoid complete dark environment and reflection from the screen as these may cause eye fatigue; 10. Keep TV set away from high magnetic eld (i.e. power-amplied power speaker) to avoid affecting the tint;
11. When the TV being moved in from cold place, it needs some right time for dew inside unit evaporating fully before turn on the unit.
12.Use an isolated power transformer in maintenance as the chassis of the apparatus may be electried. 13. To protect our living environment, please send waste batteries and waste product to legal agents for proper disposal.
Polaroid. Add a little color to your life.
Since 1937, America has turned to Polaroid for their photography needs. Today, families look to Polaroid for consumer electronics that dene the digital age: TVs, plasma TVs and LCD TVs, portable and standard DVD players, digital cameras. And while our selection has changed, youll still receive the same friendly, helpful service that made Polaroid an American icon. Congratulations on your new Polaroid TV purchase. To ensure your new TV provides you with years of enjoyment, please read this guide carefully.
Overview External connection Remote control Basic operation 8 10
Menu Basic operation Using the PICTURE menu Using the SOUND menu Using the PRESET menu Using the FUNCTION menu Picture defects and countermeasures (AIR reception) Troubleshooting Appendix Color TV receiving systems table Color TV Functions table Color TV Specications table Color TV Dimensions and Weights table Color TV Remote control table Color TV Accessories table
Please read the carton or name plate on the TV back cabinet to sure which model you have purchased before you read this manual. 3
Overview of the function keys Identify the function keys on the TV and refer to the following diagram to learn every function key.
Overview of the back AV jacks Observe the AV jacks on the back of TV, and refer to the following diagram to learn the function of every AV jack.
Note: Different model may have different jack. Please refer to color TV Functions table in page 21 for your model.
Side AV and Headphone jacks
Make sure your TV has side AV and headphone jacks. If it has side AV inputs, please refer to the following diagram to learn the function of every side jack.
Antenna connection The antenna input impedance used in this model is 75ohm, just connect 75ohm coaxial cable of VHF/UHF antenna to the antenna jack on the back of TV directely. If you use 300 at feeder, you need connect it with one 300 /75ohm converter rst, then connect the converter into the antenna jack.
Note: It is recommended to use 75ohm coaxial cable to eliminate interference and noise caused by radio wave. Do not bind the antenna cable and power cord together. Connect to Audio equipment Connect this unit with the audio input terminal (pinhole) of a stereo system, then you may enjoy quality sound at the same time of enjoying quality picture.
Connect to video equipment (VCD, DVD) and headphone jack Connect back AV jacks as the following gure shown: S-terminal has the same AUDIO IN jack as AV1, but you can not input AV signal from these two terminals at the same time. YUV has the same AUDIO IN jack as AV2, but you can not input AV signal from these two terminals at the same time.
If your model has side AV jacks or headphone jack, please connect as the following gure shown:
Mute button ON/OFF 0-9(Number buttons)
Lowers the volume to its minimum level. Press again to restore volume. Turns the TV on and off. Digit buttons on the remote control are used for direct channel selection. Press 0-9 to select a channel (interval time of two or three pressing should be less than 1.5 seconds), for example, to select channel 10, press 1 and 0, the channel will change after 1.5 seconds. If you input 0 rstly, when input the second number, the channel will change to this channel number without waiting, for example, to select channel 8, press 0 and 8, the channel will change immidiately.
Remote control DISPLAY PRE.CH Displays channel information. Returns you to the previous channel.If the user is in the menu system,Go Back will take the user to the previous menu screen. BROWSE Browsefeature.Pressing the button twice will begin channel scan,again will stop at current channel. SLEEP Set the sleep timer. Steps through picture presets PIC MEMORY,STANDARD,DYNAMIC and MILD. CLEAR Remove any menu or display form the screen and returns you to TV reviewing.For menu with digit inputs ,pressing CLEAR button will clear the last number entered. TV/AV Toggles the set between available AV inputs and RF input. MENU Displays the TVs Main menu. VOL (left and right)buttons Decrease or increase the TVs volume,or move through the on-screen menu system. CH.(up and down)buttons Scan up or down through the current channel list.Press once to change the channel up or down;press and hold to continue changing channels,or move through the onscreen menu system. SOUND Four preset audio settings for you to select (MEMORY/ STANDARD/NEWS/MUSIC). STEREO Four available audio modes (AUTO/MONO/STEREO/ SAP)
Turns on or turns off the closed caption.
Loading batteries: Remove the lid of the battery compartment,insert 2 size
AAA batteries with the polarities as indicated inside the compartment then replace the lid.
1. One loading of batteries will last 1 year under normal use. 2. If you do not intend to use the remote control for a long period of time, remove the batteries.
Overview Connect to the mains Insert the mains wire plug of the unit into AC 120V mains outlet. Power on/off When you press the POWER switch button to standby or turn on TV. Note: The power indicator will turn into red when TV is under standby state. The power indicator will die when TV is under turn on state. Non-signal power-off in 5 minutes In case the unit under blue screen or non-signal screen saver state, TV will be standby state automatically 5 minutes later, to turn it on, please press POWER button on TV. Change channels You can change channels by using the CH / button on the remote control). Volume UP/DOWN You can adjust the sound by using VOL / button on the remote control).
button in front of the TV(or the CH
button in front of the TV (or the VOL /
Sleep function 1. Press down SLEEP button on the remote control to display the preset time 120 minutes, 90 minutes,60 minutes,30 ,minutes, the unit will be automatically turned off when the set time has elapsed. 2. To cancel the time-off function, press the SLEEP button consecutively until display changes to SLEEP OFF state. Picture modes Press P.STD button on the remote control to select picture modes (MEMORYSTANDARDDYNAMICMILD), MEMORY status is the picture mode you have adjusted.
Overview Sound modes Press S.STD button on the remote control to select sound modes (MEMORY-STANDARDNEWSMUSIC), MEMORY status is the sound mode you have adjusted. Calendar Press CALENDAR button to display the screen as the gure shown:
The calendar of these series models provide you searching the solar calendar and current week from January 1, 1900 to December 31, 2049. Press CH / buttons to move to the year, month, date, then Use VOL / buttons to adjust the data of the year, month, date. Press CALENDAR button to exit. The date inquiry is the same steps as above. GAME You and TV place black and white stones on a large ruled board alternatively. If a black or white stone is put between black stones or white stones, then white stones or black stones located between the same color stones will be taken away. When one player gets all stones, or lls in all eyes, the game is end. If you get more stones than TVs, you win. Press GAME button to display the screen as the gure shown: Use CH / buttons to move upward or downward and VOL / buttons to left or right, then press MENU button to conrm. Press GAME button to exit.
Menu basic operation
Menu basic operation 1. To enter the menu, press MENU button in front of the TV (or on the remote control), press MENU button in front of TV (or on the remote control) again to select the icon. 2. Press CH / button in front of TV (or on the remote control) to select the item you want to change. Use VOL / button in front of TV (or on the remote control) to change the setting.
4. To exit the menu, press MENU button in front of TV (or on the remote control) to cycle all of icons one time in the previous menu. You can press menu button on the remote control to exit the menu operation directly.
Using the PICTURE menu
Adjust the difference between the light and dark areas of the picture. Adjust range: (00~63).
Adjust left/right to darken/brighten the picture. Adjust range: (00~63).
Adjust left/right to decrease/increase color intensity or saturation. Adjust range: (00~63).
Using the PICTURE menu SHARPNESS Adjust left/right to soften/sharpen the picture detail. Adjust range: (00~63). TINT Adjust the balance between the red and green levels. Adjust range: (-31~+31). COLOR TEMP Automatic color adjustments. Provide three states: (NORMAL, WARM, COLD).
Using the SOUND menu
VOLUME (00~63). TREBLE
Adjust left/right to change small/large sound. Adjust range:
Adjust left/right to decease/increase high pitched sound. Adjust range:(00~63).
Using the SOUND menu BASS Adjust left/right to decease/increase low pitched sound. Adjust range: (00~63). Adjust left/right to emphasize left/right speaker balances. Adjust range: (-31~+31).
SURROUND Adjust different kinds of the surround sound effect. Provide two states(OFF, ON). STEREO Adjust different kinds of the stereo sound effect. Provide three states: (PASS, PSEU, MONO ).
Using the PRESET menu
Use VOL / button in front of TV (or on the remote control) to select channels, or enter the channel number directly using the number buttons. Select Yes to skip the channels above.Select NO to go into the channel above.Provide two states:(YES,NO).
Using the PRESET menu LABEL Press the VOL / button,then enter the rst character of your description within one second.After you enter the rst character,the cursor moves to the next character. Enter the rest of the charscters.After you enter the fth character,your description is saved.You must enter ve characters,or the label will not be saved. If you want to erase a description,repeat this task and press the VOL / button to delete the characters. Let you select AIR or CABLE.Select AIR to receive radio broadcast signal.Select CABLE to receive CATV signal. provide two states:(AIR,CABLE) button in front of TV (or VOL button on the remote control ) to start channel searching and store automatically.
AUTO SEARCH Press VOL
Using the FUNCTION menu
LANGUAGE Select from available language to display all menus. SCREEN Turn on or off the background function when no signal is received. Provide three states: (OFF,BLUE BACKGROUND,SCREENSAVER). 15
CHILD LOCK Input four digital number on the remote control,you may change the child lock states(ON or OFF), if input the right password,the child lock will take effect when the TV turns on next time. The initial password is MUTE+999. CCD offer eight closed captioned modes including four text modes.Provide nine states:(OFF,C1,C2,C3,C4,T1.T2,T3,T4). V-CHIP Press VOL / button in front of TV (or VOL button on the remote
control) to see the gure below.
CONFIRM PASSWORD: Press four digital buttons on the remote control.V-CHIP menu can not be displayed without inputting the right password.The initial password is 0358.
Note: The initial password is used to clear the current password and set a new password. This password should be kept private.
Adjust V-CHIP funtion on or off,Provide two states: (ON,OFF). Press VOL or VOL buttos on the remote contrel to Selert the MPAA ratings.when select a movie rating,the system will automatically block all other movies with higher ratings.
TVPG SETTING the TVPG setting.
button on the remote control to go to
RETURN Come back the higher menu.
Picture defects countermeasures(VHF/UHF reception) Picture defects andand countermeasures (AIR reception)
The most common types of television interference are as follows: SNOWY PICTURE Snowy picture is usually due to weak signal. Adjust antenna or install an antenna amplier.
DOUBLE IMAGE OR GHOSTS Double images are usually caused by reections from tall buildings. Adjust the direction of the antenna or raise it.
RADIO WAVE INTERFERENCE Wavy patterns are moving on the screen, which are usually caused by nearby radio transmitters or short-wave receiving equipment.
HIGH TEMPERATURE ELECTROTHERMAL INTERFERENCE Diagonal or herringbone patterns appear on the screen or part of picture is missing. This is probably caused by high temperature electrothermal equipment in a nearby hospital.
NOTE:If one of these symptoms appears on the screen when the cable from a company is connected, this may be due to the local cable company broadcast.
If you have any problem, check the Troubleshooting Guide for each problem listed below. The following problems may have been caused by inappropriate adjustments rather than actual malfunction of the unit. If the trouble persists, visit www.polaroid.com for Polaroid Service and Support.
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