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Brand: Polaroid TLA-04641C
Part Number: HDMI-HDMI-6FT-1406
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|BLudwig||1:37am on Tuesday, October 19th, 2010|
|Value, HD tuner, nice quick (5ms) LCD display with good viewing angle, plethora of inputs Freakishly large remote. Purchased this set as a replacement for a Sanyo model I had in the kitchen that was not HD compliant and had a horrible contrast ratio and narrow view...|
|tradecraft1||4:00am on Friday, October 8th, 2010|
|When we remodelled our garage into a combination design studio/workshop about 18 months ago.|
|radixweb||12:35pm on Friday, June 25th, 2010|
|I am very satisfied with the prompt delivery and the overall quality of Overstock.com/Polaroid TV. I have bought a few things from Overstock.com that leaves something to be desired...if you know what I mean....But. This is a great TV. I was pleased with the price. I am also pleased with the features: A clear crisp screen, nice looking with the silver and black.|
|RCooke||10:07am on Friday, June 18th, 2010|
|DO NOT BUY! I have had my Polaroid for 2 year and now it does not work. The screen went blank. I can still hear it, but can not see anything.|
|thadphole||9:59am on Friday, June 4th, 2010|
|WORST TV EVER! When the TV works it is fine but that is WHEN it works which is rarely.|
|theubuntu||5:47pm on Thursday, April 1st, 2010|
|I bought this television for my kitchen. Wow, it is beautiful. The picture is crisp and clear. The volume is excellent.|
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2007 LCD Models North America TLA-04641C, 4641-TLXB
Bezel covers vary by model 20070605
Important Service and Safety Information
Prior to using this service manual, please ensure that you have carefully followed all the procedures outlined in the user's manual for this product.
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Read all of these instructions. Save these instructions. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners; use a damp cloth for cleaning. Do not use this product near water. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand or table. The product may fall, causing serious damage to the product. Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are provided for ventilation, to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, those openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This product should not be placed in a built-in installation unless proper ventilation is provided. This product should be operated from the type of power source indicated on the marketing label. If you are not sure of the type of power available, consult your dealer or local power company. This product is equipped with a 3-wire grounding type plug, a plug having a third (grounding) pin. This plug will only fit into a grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety feature, if you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not ignore the purpose of the grounding-type plug.
(10) Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this product where people will walk on the cord. (11) If an extension cord is used with this product, make sure that the total of the ampere ratings on the product plugged into the extension cord does not exceed 15 ampere. (12) Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a risk of fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product. (13) Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage points or other risks. Refer all servicing to service personnel. (14) Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: (0) a. When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed. b. If liquid has been spilled into the product. c. If the product has been exposed to rain or water. d. If the product does not operate normally, when the operating instructions are followed. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions since improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to normal operation. e. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged. f. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for service.
Service work should be performed only by qualified service technicians familiar with all safety checks and these service guidelines: ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD Always disconnect AC power before servicing! Never modify any circuit! Never insert any objects into the holes in the TV case! ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (ESD) Components inside an LCD or plasma TV are sensitive to static electricity. Before servicing the TV, follow these guidelines: Avoid static-causing surfaces such as carpeted floors, plastic, and packing foam. Remove replacement components from their antistatic bags only when you are ready to use them. Do not lay components on the outside of antistatic bags because only the inside of the bags provide electrostatic protection. Always hold components by their edges. Avoid touching the edge connectors. Never slide components over any surface. Wear a grounding wrist strap (available at most electronics stores) and attach it to a bare metal part of your workbench or other grounded connection. Touch a bare metal surface on your workbench or other grounded object before touching any components.
NOTICE ABOUT REPLACEMENT PARTS Many electrical and mechanical parts within LCD or plasma televisions are chosen for their specific safety characteristics within the overall system. Replacing individual parts with components rated for higher voltage or wattage can be dangerous! Replacement parts must always be identical to those originally used in the television. Unauthorized substitute parts may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
PRECAUTIONS FOR USING LEAD-FREE SOLDER Components within this television use lead-free solder (Sn-Ag-Cu). Whenever soldering, look at the markings on boards and components within the television to determine the correct solder type according to the table below. 5 LEAD-FREE (Pb-Free) CATEGORIES The following categories are meant to describe the Pb-free 2nd level interconnect terminal finish, component material, and/or the solder paste/solder used in board assembly: e1 - SnAgCu (shall not be included in category e2) e2 - Sn alloys with no Bi or Zn excluding SnAgCu e3 - Sn e4 - Precious metal (e.g., Ag, Au, NiPd, NiPdAu) (no Sn) e5 - SnZn, SnZnx (no Bi) e6 - contains Bi e7 - low temperature solder ( 150 C) containing Indium (no Bi) e0, e8, e9 symbols are unassigned at this time. When repairing components soldered with lead-free solder, ONLY use lead-free solder that matches the symbol on the component. Using conventional lead solder may lead to damage or a short, which could result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards. Because the melting point of lead-free solder is higher than conventional lead solder, observe the following guidelines when soldering with lead-free solder:
(1) Always use a dedicated soldering bit for different types of solder. If a different type of solder comes in contact with a lead-free solder bit, subsequent solder joints will no longer be lead free. Always clean the soldering bit after every use. Keep the soldering bit in contact with the just long enough to confirm a good solder joint. Leaving the bit in contact with parts for an extended period may damage the components. Because lead-free solder contains a higher concentration of tin, the tip of the soldering bit may be easily corroded or damaged. Do not leave the bit powered on for extended periods. When the tip of the soldering bit is blackened during use, clean the bit with steel wool or fine sandpaper. (0)
Table of Contents
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Specifications..... 6 Operation..... 8 Troubleshooting / Flow Charts.... 14 Factory Mode Procedure.... 14 Polaroid Display Cell Defect Specification.... 18 Before Returning This Product to the User.... 19 Disassembly Procedure.... 20 Stand and Control Box Removal... 21 Rear Cabinet Cover, LCD Panel and Front Bezel... 23 IR Board Removal and Replacement.... 28 Front/Side Control Buttons Removal and Replacement... 29 Spare Parts Lists..... 30 Exploded View Diagram.... 31 Block Diagram..... 32 Schematics..... 33 PCB Layout Diagrams.... 42 Model Specifications are located in User Manual. Go to polaroid.com to obtain User Manual.
7. 8. 9. 10. 11.
Format Level/Impedance TMDS Mode Frequency Maximum Pixel Clock DDC 1/2B Connector Format Level/Impedance
0.5~3.0Vp-p/100 Ohm (Differential),50 Ohm (Single ending) Single Link Fh = 31~60 kHz Fv = 56~76 Hz 135 MHz Compliant with Revision 1.0 HDMI x 1 Analog HD15 PC Signal (RGB) R, G, B Analog 0.7Vp-p / 75 Compliant with Revision 1.0 H/V separate 3V TTL level / 1k Fh = 31~60 kHz Fv = 56~76 Hz 135 Mhz Mini D-Sub 15 pin (female) x 1 Video (Composite) CVBS Signal NTSC, 4.43NTSC, PAL_M, PAL(B,G,H,D,N), SECAM 1.0Vp-p / 75 S-Video (Y/C) Signal Y, C Y: 1.0Vp-p / 75 C: 286 mV/ 75 Analog HD15 Video Signal (YPbPr/YCbCr) Y, Pb, Pr or Y, Cb, Cr Y: 1.0Vp-p / 75 Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr: 0.7 0.035Vp-p / 75 ACV, 60/50 Hz 10W X2, 8 Ohm.
Sync Frequency Maximum Pixel Clock Connector
Format Level / Impedance Format Level / Impedance
Format Level / Impedance Power Source Sound Output
RGB PC Timing STANDARD VGA VGA SVGA SVGA XGA XGA SXGA SXGA MAC Non-VESA RESOLUTION 640x480 640x480 800x600 800x600 1024x768 1024x768 1280x1024 1280x1024 640x480 720x400 V FREQ Hz V FREQ Hz 60 HDMI Timing STANDARD ATSC, 480i ATSC, 480p ATSC, 1080i ATSC, 720p ATSC, 576i RESOLUTION 720x480 720x480 1920x1080 1280x720 720x576 V FREQ Hz 50 H FREQ kHz 15.7 31.5 33.7 45.0 15.6 CLK MHz 74.2 74.H FREQ kHz 31.47 37.5 37.88 46.9 48.36 60.31.5 H FREQ kHz 15.734 15.625 15.625 15.734 15.734 15.625 15.735 15.625 31.5 50.0 33.7 CLK MHz 25.16 31.49.5 65.0 78.135 30.CLK MHz 12.65 14.50 14.50 12.65 12.65 14.74.2 74.2
Video & S-Video AV Timing STANDARD NTSC PAL(B,G,H,D,I) SECAM 4.43NTSC PAL-M PAL-N SDTV 525i SDTV 625i SDTV 480p HDTV 720p HDTV 1080i RESOLUTION 720x525 720x625 720x480 1280x720 1920x1080
HDTV/Component AV Timing
The operation of each OSD control is described in the following table: Menu Options Sub-Options Function and Description
VIDEO Picture Mode Contrast Brightness Saturation Hue Sharpness Color Temperature
Vivid Hi-Bright Cinema SportUser. Press repeatedly for different picture modes: Vivid Hi-Bright CinemaSport User.
0100 (75) 0100 (50) 0100 (50) -30+30 (0) 07 (4) Cool Middle Warm User Off / Low / Strong / Medium Auto Adjust
Fine tune the contrast. Fine tune the brightness. Fine tune the contrast. Fine tune the contrast. Fine tune the contrast. Set the color temperature type.
H. Position V. Position CLOCK Phase
Bass Treble Balance Sound Effect
0100 (50) 0100 (50) -50+50 (0) Surround Live Dance Techno Classic Soft Rock POP Off Mono Stereo Sap PCM, OFF, Dolby Digital English / Spanish / French
Red/Green/Blue: -19+19 Select to reduce the noise level of connected equipment: Off / Low / Strong / Medium. Press the OK button to automatically adjust the display settings to optimize the performance based on the VGA mode. Adjusts the position of the picture left and right in the window. Adjusts the position of the picture up and down in the window. Controls the width of the picture based on the VGA mode. Controls the signal phase. It can improve the focus clarity and image stability based on the VGA mode. Fine tune the bass value. Fine tune the treble value. Fine tune the balance value. Select the preset effect mode to match your music type and achieve stunning effects.
Close this function. Set the sound type, which is only available when input source is TV. Allows the selection of the digital sound format: PCM / OFF / Dolby Digital. Allows the selection of the audio language: English / Spanish / French. Allows the selection of turning the TV speakers on or off.
Audio Language Speaker
Channel Scan Tuner Mode
Auto search channels. Cable Air
Auto-search channels and put the programs into memory. Select the tuner mode. Cable_STD/HRC/IRC Auto detect If a channel is set to SKIP, when scanning up/down channels the selected channel will be skipped. Set time zone.
Set the channel that you want to skip. Eastern Time, Indiana, Central Time, Mountain Time, Arizona, Pacific Time, Alaska and Hawaii English / Spanish / French Analog Closed Caption Digital Closed Caption Caption Style
OSD Language Closed Caption
Set language. Select one of the basic analog closed caption options: OFF / CC1 / CC2 / CC3 / CC4 Select one of the digital closed caption options: Service1 / Service2 / Service 3 / Service4 / Service5 / Service6 / OFF Customize the settings for the digital closed caption option selected. Enter a 4-digit pin code. The default pin code is 0000 Set the channel that you want to lock. Set the input source that you want to lock. Input the old password first, and then input your new password. Allows for the adjustment of the displays gamma correction. It fine tunes both brightness and the red / green / blue ratios: On / Off / Middle. Restores factory settings.
Input Password Channel Lock Video Lock Change password
3. Troubleshooting / Flow Charts
Note: Reseat all cables, check fuse by AC plug, perform a clear or reset in factory mode and retest before ordering parts.
Cant power on your TV? This TV is equipped with a safety fuse. In the event of an electrical storm or power outage the safety fuse is designed to protect your TV. If your TV has no power, check the fuse by prying the cover off, following the illustration below. If the fuse is blown, replace with a 4 A 250 V 5 x 20 mm Time Lag Fuse (Slow Blow) fuse.
Having trouble with setting your Parental Controls (V-Chip)? The factory preset password is 0000. This password must be used first before setting your own personal password. It is recommended that you keep your personal password in a safe place and away from children. In the event you loose your personal password the master password is 8202. The master password overrides all passwords. The master password cant be changed and should be kept in a safe place away from children. Having trouble with setting Picture-in-Picture settings? The Picture-in-Picture will not work using Component 1 and Component 2 as the input sources.
Factory Mode Procedure
(1) (2) (3) Power on TV. Press volume up and channel up buttons on the TV simultaneously and release. Power off TV with remote or power button to exit.
4. Polaroid Display Cell Defect Specification
In some cases, a panel may have defective cells that cannot be controlled. These defective cells can be categorized into two types; (1) Non-lighting or dark cell defect: defect in which the cell is always off (2) Non-extinguishing or bright cell defect: defect in which the cell is always on The Polaroid Display Cell Defect Specifications below define the allowed limits for display cell defects and are used as the criteria in determining whether an LCD panel is replaced. 7 or more defective pixels across the entire LCD screen Polaroid will repair (replace LCD panel) or replace the TV.
5. Before Returning This Product to the User
Before returning this product to the user, always perform the following safety checks:
(1) (2) (3) Inspect all wiring to be sure no wires are pinched between the chassis or any metal parts. Inspect all protective devices for proper installation, including non-metallic controls, insulation materials, cabinet backs, compartment covers, and shields. Verify that no shock hazard exists on any part of the chassis, especially any metal components including cable connection points, chassis hardware, or antennas (if equipped). Use the following procedure: a. Plug the AC cord directly into a 120 V AC outlet. b. Create a test circuit consisting of a 1.5k ohm, 10 watt resistor paralleled by a 0.15 F capacitor. c. Using an AC voltmeter (sensitivity of 5000 ohm per volt or higher), measure the voltage drop across the test circuit between all exposed metallic parts and a known earth ground. Measurement points include antenna, metal cabinet parts, screw heads, and metal knobs or controls. Measurement points can vary slightly even between revisions of the same model, so always conduct a thorough review of the chassis to locate metal points that a user may touch. d. Any voltage reading of 0.375 Vrms AC (0.25 mArms) or higher indicates a potential shock hazard. THIS CONDITION MUST BE CORRECTED BEFORE RETURNING THE PRODUCT TO THE USER! e. Repeat the above checks with the AC polarity reversed. A non-polarized adapter is required to reverse the polarity; DO NOT LEAVE THIS ADAPTER WITH THE USER! Under normal operation the product must use the proper polarity.
6. Disassembly Procedure
Note: Before disassembly of any part the TV, make sure the power is OFF, and the power cord is removed from the wall outlet. Allow time for power within all system boards to discharge before you begin disassembly. Never insert any objects into the vent holes in the TV case. Note: Before returning this product to the end user, you must follow the steps outlined in the section, Before Returning This Product to the User, on page 19. This procedure ensures that the chassis will not cause electric shock. When servicing an LCD or plasma TV, always observe the following safety guidelines: Wear a grounding (ESD) wrist strap, and use a grounded or dissipative work mat. Use a stable and strong work surface that is large enough to hold components you might remove. When removing components that are attached with a cable, unplug the cable before removing the screws to avoid damaging the cable. Use a magnetized screwdriver for removing screws. To help keep track of screws, place each components screws next to the component on your work surface.
ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (ESD) Components inside an LCD or plasma TV are sensitive to static electricity. Before servicing the TV, follow these guidelines: Avoid static-causing surfaces such as carpeted floors, plastic, and packing foam. Remove replacement components from their antistatic bags only when you are ready to use them. Do not lay components on the outside of antistatic bags because only the inside of the bags provide electrostatic protection. Always hold components by their edges. Avoid touching the edge connectors. Never slide components over any surface. Wear a grounding wrist strap (available at most electronics stores) and attach it to a bare metal part of your workbench or other grounded connection. Touch a bare metal surface on your workbench or other grounded object before touching any components.
Stand and Control Box Removal
Lay TV flat on workbench. Be careful to protect the front bezel and LCD screen from being scratched. Use protective cloth between work bench and TV front. Note: Before disassembly of any part the TV, make sure the power is OFF, and the power cord is removed from the wall outlet. Allow time for power within all system boards to discharge before you begin disassembly. Never insert any objects into the vent holes in the TV case.
(1) Remove 6 screws (A) from the TV Stand.
Remove 3 screws (A) from the Control Box Cover, and remove the Cover from the TV.
Remove 6 screws (A) from the Control Box.
Lift the Control Box upwards, and then towards the bottom of the TV to unhook it.
Remove the aluminum foil and bracket from the end of the Control Box. Unplug the 2 cables (A) from the Control Box, and remove the Box from the TV.
Note: Before returning this product to the end user, you must follow the steps outlined in the section, Before Returning This Product to the User, on page 19. This procedure ensures that the chassis will not cause electric shock.
Rear Cabinet Cover, LCD Panel and Front Bezel
Note: Before disassembly of any part the TV, make sure the power is OFF, and the power cord is removed from the wall outlet. Allow time for power within all system boards to discharge before you begin disassembly. Never insert any objects into the vent holes in the TV case. Note: OEM LCD panels were used in production. The following LCD panel disassembly/removal instructions may not apply to all models. Ensure LCD panel is completely detached from the bezel before removing so the bezel is not damaged.
(1) Remove 6 screws (A) from the rear cabinet cover.
Remove 6 screws (A) from between the bezel and rear cabinet cover, and remove the rear cabinet cover from the TV.
Remove 9 screws (A) from the stand bracket and remove the stand bracket.
Remove the aluminum foil (A) from the panel and SAVE for reassembly. Remove the brackets (B).
Remove 2 screws (A). Disconnect the D-Sub Board (B).
Remove 4 screws (A) from the side bracket.
Remove 4 screws (A) from between the bracket and front bezel.
Remove 4 screws (A) from one end of the support brackets.
Remove 4 screws (A) from the other end of the support brackets.
(10) Remove 3 screws (A) from one side of the panel.
(11) Unplug the inverter cable (A) and remove 3 screws (B) from the other side of the panel.
(12) Remove the LCD panel from the TV.
To avoid damage, TWO PEOPLE ARE REQUIRED to lift the LCD Panel from the TV. Note: Before returning this product to the end user, you must follow the steps outlined in the section, Before Returning This Product to the User, on page 19. This procedure ensures that the chassis will not cause electric shock.
IR Board Removal and Replacement
Note: Before disassembly of any part the TV, make sure the power is OFF, and the power cord is removed from the wall outlet. Allow time for power within all system boards to discharge before you begin disassembly. Never insert any objects into the vent holes in the TV case.
(1) (2) Disassemble control box cover and rear cabinet cover. Remove 8 screws (A) from front bezel and net cover.
Remove 2 screws (A) from the IR Board, and remove the board from the TV.
Front/Side Control Buttons Removal and Replacement
(1) (2) Disassemble control box cover and rear cabinet cover. The control button board is attached with glue. Use alcohol to soften the glue and remove the control button board (A).
Replace control button board and use glue to fasten to front bezel.
Note: Before returning this product to the end user, you must follow the steps outlined in the section, Before Returning This Product to the User, on page 19. This procedure ensures that the chassis will not cause electric shock. 29 www.polaroid.com
7. Spare Parts Lists
Polaroid Model TLA-04641C
125-000-375POLAH 151-002-JL468UH 151-700-GF4611UAH 151-A00-GF469RUPH 154-501-GF370-AH 600-181-3200-LIH 621-181-2000JH 621-181-3020P-1JH 631-030-GF461UA-JNH 705-146-001MH 824-020-GF461XA-MH 845-C45-GF1XA-PEH 899-A00-GF271XAH 899-E00-GF271XAH 899-K00-GF271XAH 909-KS0-GF4613UAPH
POLAROID LOGO 46 REAR CABINET STAND ASSY BLACK FRONT BZL BLK/SILV 26-42 FRT/SIDE BTN CVR SILV AC POWER CORD VIDEO CABLE COMPONENT CABLE LVDS CABLE (SAMSUNG L03) 46 LCD PANEL (SAMSUNG L03) SPEAKER R-L 26-46 UNIVERSAL REMOTE SILV/BLK 26-46 FRONT/SIDE AV INPUT BD 26-46 IR BOARD ASSY 26-46 FRNT/SIDE CONTROL BTN BD 46 CNTRL BOX ASSY (SAMSUNG L03)
Polaroid Model 4641-TLXB
125-000-375POLAH 151-000-IF467W000H 151-001-JL469R00-0H 151-002-JL468UH 151-700-IF4613UAPH 151-A00-GF469R7WS0 154-500-GF370H 600-181-3200-LIH 621-181-2000JH 631-030-GF461UA-1H 631-K16-GF461-AH 705-146-001MH 824-020-GF461XA-MH 845-C45-GF1XA-PEH 899-A00-GF271XAH 899-E00-GF271XAH 899-K00-GF271XAH 909-KS1-IF4613UAPH
POLAROID LOGO IF46 BEZEL LOWER EM-007W JL46 REAR HOUSING EM-009R JL46 REAR HOUSING CVR EM-008U 46 STAND ASSY BLK 46 FRONT BEZEL BLK 26-46 FRNT SIDE CNTRL BTN CVR BLK AC POWER CORD COMPOSITE VIDEO CBL LVDS CABLE 46 KEY BOARD CABLE 46 LCD PANEL (SAMSUNG L03) SPEAKER R-L 26-46 UNIVERSAL REMOTE SILV/BLK 26-46 FRONT/SIDE AV INPUT BD IR BOARD ASSY FRNT SIDE CNTRL BTN BD ASSY 46 CNTRL BX (SAMSUNG L03)
8. Exploded View Diagram
9. Block Diagram
AV / SV Input
IR Sensor/LED Board
HMDI connector is a type A receptacle for video/audio mode.
1. TMDS 2. TMDS 3. TMDS 4. TMDS 5. TMDS 6. TMDS 7. TMDS 8. TMDS
Data 2+ Data 2 shield Data 2Data 1+ Data 1 shield Data 1Data 0+ Data 0 shield
9. TMDS Data 010. Clock + 11. Clock shield 12. Clock 13. CEC 14. NC 15. DDC CLK 16. DDC DATA
17. CEC/GND 18. +5V Power 19. Hot Plug Detect
D-Sub Connector IN. (This function also can provides to HDTV.) D-Sub type Connector pin assignment 1. Red Video 2. Green Video 3. Blue Video 4. GND 5. Vdd from PC for DDC RCA jacks are all female type. Mini DIN CNC 4 Pins (SCN570S3NS00000) for S-video, the pin assignment is described as below: 6. Red Ground 7. Green Ground 8. Blue Ground 9. +5V from PC 10. Sync. GND 11. GND 12. SDA For DDC1/2B 13. H-sync. 14. V-sync. 15. SCL For DDC1/2B
1: Ground 2: Ground 3: Y 4: C
Signal Connector Pin Assignment
Pin 1. 2. 3.
Assignment Red Green Blue
Pin 6. 7. 8.
Assignment Red Ground Green Ground Blue Ground
Pin 11. 12. 13.
Assignment Ground SDA Horizontal Sync. Vertical Sync. SCL
Ground Self Test
Not Connected Sync. Ground
Keypad Board (Component Side Top)
PCB Layout Diagrams
Keypad Board (Component Side Bottom)
IR/LED Board (Component Side Top)
AUX AV Board (Component Side Top)
D-SUB 37 Pin Board (Component Side Top)
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specied herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. Important Safety Instructions This symbol indicates caution points.
This symbol indicates actions that should not be done.
This symbol indicates actions that must be performed. Do not place the equipment on any uneven or unstable carts, stands, tables, shelves etc. The equipment may fall, causing serious injury to children or adults and serious damage to the equipment itself. Use only a cart or stand recommended by the manufacturer. This equipment and recommended cart or stand should be handled with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the equipment and cart/stand to overturn. Do not disable the 3-wire grounding type plug. The grounding pin on the 3-prong plug is an important feature. Removing the grounding pin will increase the risk of damaging the equipment. If you can not t the plug into the electrical outlet, contact an electrician to install a grounding outlet. Always operate this equipment from the type of power source indicated on the rear of the serial/model plate. Never overload wall outlets and extensions.
Use and handle the power cord with care. Do not place any heavy objects on the AC power cord. Do not pull the AC power cord. Do not handle the AC power cord with a wet hand. Do not touch the power cord and antenna cable during lightning. Remove the plug from the wall outlet, if the equipment will not be used for a long period of time. Do not place, use or handle this equipment near water. Never expose the equipment to liquid, rain, or moisture. Seek for service if any of the above is spilled into the equipment. Do not expose the equipment to extreme temperature or to direct sunlight, as the equipment may heat up and suffer damage. Do not install the equipment near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or any other apparatus that might produce heat. Do not attempt to service the equipment yourself. Opening and removing the covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards and may void your warranty. Refer service to qualied personnel. Do not place or drop any other objects on top. Do not insert anything into the ventilation holes of your equipment. Inserting any metal or ammable objects may result to re or electric shock. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinchrd particularly at plugs ,convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. Do not place the equipment on uneven or unstable carts, stands, tables, shelves etc. The equipment may fall, causing serious injury to children or adults and serious damage to the equipment itself. Always place the equipment on the oor or on a surface that is sturdy, level, stable and strong enough to support the weight of the equipment. Do not block any ventilating openings. Leave an open space around the equipment. Never place the equipment : on a bed, sofa, rug, or any other similar surfaces; too close to drapes/curtains/walls, in a bookcase, built-in cabinet, or any other similar places that may cause poor ventilation. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. 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. Always remove the power cord from the outlet before cleaning the equipment. Never use liquid or aerosol cleaners on the equipment. Clean only with a soft dry cloth. ENGLISH
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Outdoor Antenna Safety Instructions
If an outdoor antenna is connected, follow the precautions below: An outdoor antenna should not be located in any area where it could come in contact with overhead power lines, or any other electric light or power circuits. When installing an outdoor antenna system, extreme caution should be taken to prevent contact with power lines. Direct contact with power lines may be fatal and should be avoided at all costs.
Section 810 of National Electrical Code (NEC) provides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.
Antenna lead-in wire
Antenna discharge unit (NEC section 810-20) Electric service equipment
Grounding conductors (NEC section 810-20)
Power service grounding (NEC Art250 part H) NEC : National Electrical code
EXAMPLE OF OUTDOOR ANTENNA GROUNDING
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Federal Communications Commission Statement. 3 Warnings and Precautions
Important Safety Instructions.... 4 Antenna Safety Instructions.... 6
Chapter 1 Introducing the LCD TV
Key Features.... 8 Package Contents... 9 Setting Up Your LCD TV...11 Your LCD TV.... 13 Your Remote Control.... 15
Chapter 2 Installing the LCD TV
Connecting a TV Cable or an Antenna... 17 Connecting a VCR.... 22 Connecting a Video Camera or Game Console... 23 Connecting a DVD Player... 24 Connecting a Digital TV Cable Box or Digital Satellite Receiver. 26 Connecting an AV Equipment with HDMI Connector.. 27 Connecting an AV Equipment with DVI Connector.. 28 Connecting a PC.... 29 Connecting an Audio Receiver or a Dolby Digital 5.1 Sound System. 30
Chapter 3 USING THE FEATURES
Wide Screen Viewing.....31 Operating the Menu.....32 Customizing the VIDEO Settings....34 Customizing the AUDIO Settings....36 Customizing the TV Settings....38 Customizing the SETUP Settings....40 Using the Program Block Settings....43 Using the Program Guide....48
Specications.... 49 Programming your Remote Control.. 50
Various Audio/Video terminals for external equipment connection
2 sets of composite A/V input terminals 1 set of S-VIDEO terminals 2 sets of component Video input terminals 1 VGA/ Audio input terminals 2 HDMI/Audio input terminals 1 set of Audio(L/R) output terminals 2 SPDIF output terminals (Optical x 1 /Coaxial x 1) 1 Headphone terminal
RF switch (not included)
A IN B
2 set signal splitter (not included)
Cable TV Line
Cable TV converter/ descrambler (not included)
The RF switch (not included) is required to provide two inputs (A and B). Setting the RF switch to position A allows viewing of all unscrambled channels by using the TV channel keys. Setting the RF switch to position B allows viewing of all scrambled channels via the converter/descrambler by using the converter channel keys.
Use a supplied antenna cable to connect the TV signal to the LCD TVs TV CABLE terminal.
Connect the AC power cord at the back of the TV and connect the power cord to wall outlet.
This TV is equipped with a safety fuse. In the event of an electrical storm or power outage the safety fuse is designed to protect your TV. If your TV has no power, check the fuse by prying the cover off, following the illustration below. If the fuse is blown, visit your local hardware store and ask for a 4A 250V - 5x20mm Time Lag Fuse (Slow Blow) to replace the fuse.
Firm Plastic Prying Tool (Using a metal tool may cause shock)
Back of TV
4A 250V 5x20mm Fuse
BE SURE TO UNPLUG AC POWER CORD BEFORE REMOVING THE FUSE.
button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
Always disconnect the LCD TV from the main voltage when the LCD TV will not be used for a long period of time. The POWER button on the front panel is only used for switching the LCD TV into standby, it does not disconnect the device from the main voltage. To completely disconnect the main voltage, please remove the power plug from the socket. 20
Main TV(CABLE/AIR) VIDEO1 (SIDE) VIDEO2 (REAR) VIDEO3 (S-VIDEO) VIDEO4 (YPbPr1) VIDEO5 (YPbPr2) VIDEO6 (HDMI1) VIDEO7 (HDMI2) COMPUTER(VGA)
Press the INPUT button on the remote to display the Input List. Use the buttons to select TV and press the OK button.
Channel Scan Tuner Mode Channel Skip Favorite List Time Zone
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the Main menu, and use the buttons to select the TV.
Status: Scanning.. Analog Channels: 25 Digital Channels: 0 Cable
The Channel Scanning will create a list of receivable channels for the current input (antenna or cable). You will be required to run Channel Scanning for each RF input to create a list of available channels from both inputs.
Press the OK button to display the received channel list, then press to select a channel. Or, use the (INPUT button) with 0-9 buttons to select digital channel( for example 9.1)
5-2 RF5-2 9-1 KQED-HD 9-2 KOED-SD 8 CCT 15
The digital main channel might include many subchannels (for example 9-1, 92.) that are showing program at the same time. 21
Connecting a VCR
Rear of TV
AUDIO Cable S-VIDEO Cable AV Cable
METHOD A: Use a composite cable to connect the VCRs composite video/audio jacks to the LCD TVs VIDEO2 IN jacks. METHOD B:
Use an audio cable to connect the VCRs audio output jacks to the LCD TVs audio inputs. Use a S-Video cable to connect the VCRs s-video output jack to the LCD TVs S-VIDEO IN input jack. Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or other connected equipment. Press the button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
To watch a videotape, press the INPUT button on the remote to select VIDEO2( METHOD A), or VIDEO3 (METHOD B). Turn on your VCR and follow the instructions in your VCRs manual.
Connecting a Video Camera or Game console
Rear of TV ENGLISH Right Side
METHOD A: Use a composite cable to connect the video cameras or game consoles composite video/audio jacks to the LCD TVs VIDEO2 IN jacks or VIDEO1 IN jacks. METHOD B:
Use an audio cable to connect the video cameras or game consoles audio output jacks to the LCD TVs audio inputs. Use an S-Video cable to connect the video cameras or game consoles s-video output jack to the LCD TVs S-VIDEO IN input jack. Connect all AC power sources, before turning on the power switch of the LCD TV or other connected equipment. Press the button on the remote to turn on the LCD TV.
To watch a video vis camera or game console, press the INPUT button on the remote to select VIDEO2/VIDEO1( METHOD A), or VIDEO3 (METHOD B).
Not all cameras have the ability to connect to a TV. Please check your video camera user guide for compatibility. 23
Connecting a DVD Player
VGA IN AUDIO OUT YPbPr1 IN AUDIO AUDIO Y Pb Pr AUDIO STEREO DIGITAL OPTICAL R HDTV/TV Air/CABLE
COMPONENT/AUDIO Cable AUDIO Cable S-VIDEO Cable AV Cable
D V D PLA YER
METHOD A: Use a composite cable to connect the DVD players composite video/audio jacks to the LCD TVs VIDEO2 IN jacks. METHOD B:
Use an audio cable to connect the DVD players audio output jacks to the LCD TVs audio inputs. Use an S-Video cable to connect the DVD players s-video output jack to the LCD TVs S-VIDEO IN input jack.
METHOD C: Use a component cable to connect the DVD players component output jacks to the LCD TVs YPbPr1 IN or YPbPr2 IN input jacks. Use an audio cable to connect the DVD players component audio jacks to the LCD TVs audio input jacks. The component video jacks on your DVD player are sometimes labeled YPbPr, or YCbCr. For an explanation of component video, see your DVD players user guide. 24
User 5 Medium
Picture Mode Contrast Brightness Color Temperature Noise Reduction VGA
Allows you to customize the audio options and effects. If the signal source is VIDEO/S-VIDEO/YPbPr/ HDMI/VGA, the AUDIO MENU appears as: If the signal source is TV, the AUDIO MENU appears as:
Bass Treble Balance Sound Effect Speaker
0 Surround On
Bass Treble Balance Sound Effect MTS SPDIF Type Audio Language Speaker
0 Surround Stereo Dolby Digital English On
Allows you to edit and label channels.
Channel Scan Tuner Mode Channel Skip Time Zone
Cable Eastern Time
Allows you to set up a variety of features: Language, Closed Caption, factory reset, Parental Control sleep timer. If the signal source is TV/VIDOE/S-VIDEO/YPbPr, the SETUP MENU appears as: If the signal source is HDMI/VGA, the SETUP MENU appears as:
OSD Language Time Setup Closed Caption Parental Gamma Reset Default
OSD Language Time Setup Parental Gamma Reset Default
Use the buttons to highlight the option of the sub-menu, and press the OK button. While in adjustment mode, and use the buttons to change the value of the item. Press the EXIT button to exit the menu.
Customizing the VIDEO Settings
button to turn the LCD TV on.
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the Main menu, and use the buttons to select the VIDEO. Use the buttons to highlight an individual VIDEO option, use the buttons to change the setting, and press the MENU to exit the menu
If the signal source is TV/VIDEO/S-VIDEO/YPbPr/ HDMI, the VIDEO MENU appears as: If the signal source is VGA, the VIDEO MENU appears as:
The VIDEO menu includes the following options:
Picture Mode Cycles among display types: Vivid/Hi-Bright/Cinema/Sport/User
Controls the difference between the brightest and darkest regions of the picture
Controls the overall brightness of the picture
Controls the color intensity
Controls the difference between the green and red regions of the picture
Increase this setting to see crisp edges in the picture; decrease it for soft edges
Adjusts color components independently to achieve a warm or cool effect: Cool/Middle/Warm/User Warm: Increases red tint Nature : Increases natural tint Cool : Increases blue tint User : Allows the user to adjust red, green and blue color component levels independently.
Color Temperature R Gain G Gain B Gain
Select to reduce the noise level of connected equipment: Medium/ Strong/Off/Low. Press the OK button to enter the VGA Setting:
H.Position V. Position Clock Phase
H. Position V. Position Clock Phase
Adjusts the position of the picture left and right in the window Adjusts the position of the picture up and down in the window Controls the width of the picture based on the VGA mode Controls the signal phase, which can improve focus clarity and image stability based on the VGA mode
Customizing the AUDIO Settings
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the Main menu, and use the buttons to select the AUDIO. Use the buttons to highlight an individual AUDIO option, use the buttons to change the setting, and press the MENU to exit the menu
If the signal source is VIDEO/S-VIDEO/YPbPr/ HDMI/VGA, the AUDIO MENU appears as: If the signal source is TV, the AUDIO MENU appears as:
The AUDIO menu includes the following options:
Bass Controls the relative intensity of lower-pitched sounds
Controls the relative intensity of higher pitched sounds
Adjusts the relative volume of the speakers in a multiple speaker system
Allows selection of an audio-enhancement technique from among the following options: Surround/Live/Dance/Techno/Classic/Soft/Rock/ POP/Off
Allows you to listen to high-delity stereo sound while watching TV Stereo: Use separate audio tracks for left and right speakers, if available SAP: You can enjoy a second audio program from the speakers while watching a scene in the original program Mono: Allows mono output (useful when stereo is noisy or inconsistent)
Allows to selection of the digital sound format: PCM/OFF/Dolby Digital PCM: The external audio system is connected to the AUDIO OUT (L/R) of the LCD TV Dolby Digital: The external audio system is connected to the AUDIO OUT DIGITAL (OPTICAL or COAXIAL) ot the LCD TV OFF: Select OFF to turn off the external audio system ENGLISH
Allows to select the audio language:English/Spanish/French.
Allows to select to turn on or off the TV speakers.
Customizing the TV Settings
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the Main menu, and use the buttons to select the TV. Use the buttons to highlight an individual TV option, use the buttons changes the setting, and press the MENU exits the menu.
Channel Scan Tuner Mode Channel Skip
The TV menu includes the following options:
Press the OK button, the Channel Scanning automatically creates a list of receivable channels. Allows selection between CATV cable and antenna signal sources: AIR Choose this setting if you are receiving TV channels with an antenna (over the air) Cable Choose this setting if you are receiving TV channels with a CATV (cable TV)
Allows addition/removal of channels on the channel list. Press the OK button to display the Channel Skip menu:
2 ABC 3 DISC 10
Analog Analog Analog Analog Analog Analog Analog Analog Analog
Press the button to select the desired channel, and press the OK button repeatedly to select show ( ) or hide( ) ENGLISH
Allows selection of regional TV systems of USA: Eastern Time/ Indiana/Central time/Mountain Time/Arizona/Pacic Time/ Alaska/Hawaii
Customizing the SETUP Settings
Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the Main menu, and use the buttons to select the SETUP. Use the buttons to highlight an individual SETUP option, use the buttons to change the setting, and press the MENU to exit the menu.
If the signal source is TV/VIDOE/S-VIDEO/YPbPr, the SETUP MENU appears as:
If the signal source is HDMI/VGA, the SETUP MENU appears as:
The SETUP menu includes the following options:
OSD Language Selects to display all on-screen menus in your language of choice: English/French/Spanish Allows to set the current time. ON :Selects to display the system current time. OFF :Selects to set the current time. Press the buttons to select the Date or Time. Press the buttons to move each setting, and use 0-9 keys to set the current time.
Analog Cloaed Caption Digital Cloaed Caption Digital Caption Style
Allows to select from analog or digital closed caption modes and press the OK button. The Closed Captain list appears: Analog Closed Caption: Press the buttons to select the basic analog closed caption options: OFF/CC1/CC2/CC3/CC4 CC1 /CC2 /CC3 /CC4: Display a printed version of the dialog and sound effects of the program being viewed T1/T2: Display station information presented using either half or the whole screen T3/T4: Extended Data Services. For example: Network name, program name, program length, etc.
Use the buttons to select the rating you want and press the OK button repeatedly to select BLOCK or UNBLOCK. Canadian French Ratings The Canadian Englsh Ratings includes the following options:
G 8 ans+ 13 ans+ 16 ans+ 18 ans+
Canadian French Ratings
RATING G 8 ans+ 13 ans+ 16 ans+ 18 ans+
DESCRIPTION General programming Not recommended for ages under 8 Not recommended for ages under 13 Not recommended for ages under 16 Programming restricted to adults.
Use the buttons to select the rating you want and press the OK button repeatedly to select BLOCK or UNBLOCK. 46
U.S. Movie Ratings
The U.S. Movie Ratings is used for original movies rated by the Motion Picture Association of America(MPAA) as broadcasted on cable TV and not edited for television. The U.S. Movie Ratings includes the following options:
G PG PG-13 R NC-17 X Allowed Rating Blocked Rating
RATING G PG
DESCRIPTION General Audiences. Movie is appropriate for all ages Parental Guidance Suggested. May contain material not suited for younger viewers Contains content that may not be appropriate for viewers under the age of 13 Restricted. Contains adult content, no one under 17 admitted without parent No one 17 and under admitted No one 17 and under admitted
Use the buttons to select the rating you want and press the OK button repeatedly to select BLOCK or UNBLOCK.
Using the Program Guide
The Program Guide feature brings all sorts of information to your screen, such as program title, program duration, time remaining, rating information, closed caption, availability, etc. With the LCD TV connected to a television programming source, press the INPUT button on the remote control and use the buttons to select TV and press the OK button. Press the GUIDE button on the remote control, the Program Guide will appear on the screen:
Monday 15 January 2007 2:36:26 PM 3-1
Today Today Today Tomorrow 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 9:30 PM 12:30 AM
EYEWITHNESS NEWS 4PM ABC WORLD NEWS ABCS MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL SPORTSZONE
cc cc cc cc
Press the button to select the channel. Press the button to select the program from a list, the Program Guide provides introduction about the current program being shown on each channel. The Program information in the guide is provided by the broadcasters. It may sometimes include only the channel number, without a program title or description.
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM Mon, 20 Jan. EYEWITHNESS NEWS
Press the GUIDE button again on the remote control to exit the Program Guide
ENGLISH LCD Panel Panel Size Brightness Contrast Ratio Max. Resolution Input Connector VIDEO/AUDIO(L/R) S-VIDEO/AUDIO(L/R) YPbPr/AUDIO(L/R) VGA/AUDIO(L/R) HDMI/AUDIO(L/R) AUDIO OUT(L/R) OPTICAL/COAXIAL HEADPHONE Power Source Power Consumption Dimension WEIGHT 26 TFT LCD 500 cm2 1000:1 1366x1 AC100~240V, 50/60HZ, 2.2A 180 W, standby < 5 W 26.7 w x 22.1 h x 7.9 d inch 26.8 LB 32 TFT LCD 500 cm2 800:1 1366x1 AC100~240V, 50/60HZ, 2.2A 180 W, standby < 5 W 31.7 w x 25.0 h x 8.4 d inch 39.5 LB
Panel Size Brightness Contrast Ratio
42 TFT LCD 500 cm2 800:x 1080
46 TFT LCD 450 cm2 1000:x 1 AC110~220V, 50/60HZ, 4.5A 350 W, standby < 3 W 45 w x 32.1 h x 11 d inch
Max. Resolution Input Connector VIDEO/AUDIO(L/R) S-VIDEO/AUDIO(L/R) YPbPr/AUDIO(L/R) VGA/AUDIO(L/R) HDMI/AUDIO(L/R) AUDIO OUT(L/R) OPTICAL/COAXIAL HEADPHONE Power Source Power Consumption Dimension
AC110~220V, 50/60HZ, 4A 300 W, standby < 3 W 41.4 w x 31.1 h x 9.4 d inch
Programming Your Remote Control
PROGRAMMING YOUR REMOTE CONTROL
Your remote lets you control four devices with one easy-to-use, compact unit. After installing batteries, you can program the remote to control your Universal TV, VCR or DVD, Cable or Satellite Receivers, Ampli er or Tuner, and Auxiliary devices. To do so, follow the instructions in Programming a Device. For best results, please read and follow all the remaining instructions. Keep this guide for future reference.
A Quick Look at Programming a Device
To control VCR or DVD, Cable or Satellite Receivers, Ampli er or Tuner, and Auxiliary devices, follow these steps. Before proceeding, nd the codes for the devices you want to program in Manufacturers Codes on the right side of this page and write them down or highlight them.
To program a DVD Player, TV/DVD Combo, TV/VCR/DVD Combo, portable DVD player, or mobile DVD player, use the DVD key.
Turn on the device (for example, DVD player) and, if needed, load media (for example, a DVD). Press a device key (VCR/DVD, CBL/ SAT, or AUX). Press and hold SET UP until the red LED blinks twice; then release. Enter the rst ve-digit code for your device. The LED blinks once as each digit is entered. If the code is correct, the LED blinks twice.
If the LED does not blink twice, repeat steps 2 to 4 and try entering the code again.
Aim the remote at the device and press. The device should turn off. If it does not, repeat steps 35, trying each code for your brand until you nd one that works. If you cannot nd a code that works, see Searching for Your Code.
Repeat steps 15 for the other devices you want to control. For future reference, write down each working device code below: AUX Code: CBL Code: CD Code: DVD Code: SAT Code: TNR Code: VCR Code: Press set to save and exit.
Searching for your Code
If your device does not respond to the remote after trying all codes listed for your brand, or if your brand is not listed, try searching for your code:
Press a device key once. Press and hold SET UP until the red LED blinks twice; then release. Enter 9-9-1, then the device group number (0= Cable, 1= TV, 2= VCR, 3= Audio). The LED blinks twice. Aim the remote at the device and press. The remote sends IR codes from its library to the selected device, starting with the most popular code rst. If the device responds, go to step 7. If the device does not respond, press CH. The remote will try the next code. Continue until the device responds. Press CH to try the previous code. To search for other device codes, repeat steps 1 to 5. Press SET UP to save and exit.
Checking the Codes If you have set up the remote using the procedure in Searching for Your Code, you may need to nd out which four-digit code is operating your equipment.
For example, to nd out which code is assigned to your TV: Press TV once. Press and hold SET UP until the red LED blinks twice; then release. Enter 9-9-0. The LED blinks twice. To view the code for the rst digit, press 1. Count the LED blinks (for example, three blinks = 3), and write down the number in the appropriate code listing in step 8 under Programming a Device.
If a code digit is 0, the LED does not blink.
Repeat step 4 for the four remaining digits, using 2 for the second digit, 3 for the third digit, 4 for the fourth digit, and 5 for the fth digit.
Changing Volume Lock The remote comes preset to allow independent volume control of each selected device (Global Volume Unlock). However, you may change the Volume Lock setting to Global Volume Lock so that one devices volume will control volume in all other modes. After that, you can perform Individual Volume Unlock on a selected device to set its volume control for independent operation or Global Volume Unlock to remove all volume locking. 51
Changing Volume Lock The remote comes preset to allow independent volume control of each selected device (Global Volume Unlock). However, you may change the Volume Lock setting to Global Volume Lock so that one devices volume will control volume in all other modes. After that, you can perform Individual Volume Unlock on a selected device to set its volume control for independent operation or Global Volume Unlock to remove all volume locking. Locking Volume Control to One Mode (Global Volume Lock) Press and hold SET UP until the red LED blinks twice; then release.
Enter 9-9-3 and then press the mode key for the device you want to control volume (for example,TV). The LED blinks twice. Now when you press VOL+, VOL-, or Mute, the selected device (for example, TV) will control the volume regardless of the current mode. Unlocking All Volume Control (Restoring Global Unlock)
Press and hold SET UP until the red LED blinks twice; then release. Enter 9-9-3 and then press VOL+. The LED blinks four times. Volume is now independently controlled for all programmed devices.
Unlocking a Single Devices Volume Control
Press a device key (TV, VCR/DVD, CBL/ SAT, or AUX). Press and hold SET UP until the red LED blinks twice; then release. Enter 9-9-3 and then press VOL-. The LED blinks four times. Volume is now independently controlled for the selected devices.
PROBLEM LED does not blink when you press a key. LED blinks when you press a key, but device does not respond. LED blinks one long blink. SOLUTION Replace battery with new AAA size battery. Make sure the remote is aimed at your device and is not more than 15 feet away An entry error has occurred (for example, wrong key). Try entry sequence again. Try all listed codes for the device. Make sure the device operates with an infrared remote control. Due to RCA design from 1983 to 1987, only the original remote control will operate these functions. See Changing Volume Lock.
Remote does not control devices or commands are not working properly. CH, CH, and LAST do not work for your RCA TV. No volume on a device. Channels do not change properly.
If the original remote control required you to press Enter to change channels, press Enter on this remote after entering the channel number. 52
Manufacturers setup codessetup codes
Manufacturer Adcom Aiwa Arcam Bose Carver Cinema Sound Curtis Mathes Denon Durabrand Elan GE Grundig Harman/Kardon JVC Left Coast Lenoxx Linn Luxman Magnavox Marantz McIntosh Micromega Code 0577, 0892, 0269 0892, 0269, 0269 Manufacturer Modulaire NEC Naim Nakamichi Optimus Panasonic Pass Labs Philips Pionee Polk Audio RCA RadioShack Realistic Revox Sansui Shure Sony Soundesign Technics Victor Wards Yamaha Code ENGLISH 0013, 0300, 0823, 0395 0308, 0892, 0269 0013, 0300, 0823 0892, 0269 0013, 0300, 0013, 0395, 0815, 0220, 0308, 0013, 0078 0354, 0133
Manufacturer A-Mark ABC Accuphase Acorn Action Active Americast Archer BCC Bell South British Telecom Century Digeo Director Fosgate GE General Instrument Gibraltar GoldStar Hamlin Hitachi Insight Jerrold Memorex Mitsubishi Motorola Code 0008, 0144 0237, 0003, 0144 0476, 0810, 0276, 0003, 0008, 0009 0476, 0810 0476, 0810, 0276, 0003 0476, 1376, 0810, 0276, Manufacturer Nova Vision Novaplex Pace Panasonic Paragon Penneys Philips Pioneer Pulsar Quasar Regal Runco Samsung Scienti c Atlanta Son Sprucer Starcom Supercable Time Warner cable Torx Toshiba US Electronics United Cable Videoway Zenith Code 0877, 1877, 0237, 0008 0000, 0008, 0144, 0107 0000, 0008, 1305, 0317 0877, 1877, 0144, 0000 0276, 0003, 0144 0877, 1877,0477, 0237, 0003, 0000, 0276, 0003, 0008 0276, 0000, 0008, 0525, 0899
Soundesign Stereophonics Sunre Teac Technics Thorens Toshiba Venturer Victor Waitec Wards XM Yamaha Yorx Zenith
Manufacturer Code 0520 Manufacturer Marantz Motorola Netgear Omni Onkyo SSI Yamaha Code 1809, 1810
Altec Lansing Cambridge Soundworks Creative D-Link Imerge Integra Jerrold
Manufacturer AlphaStar Bell ExpressVu Chaparral DirecTV Code 0216 0566, 0639, 1639, 1640, 0247, 0749, 1749, 1142, 1442, 0724, 0819, 1856, 1108,1609, 0392, 1392, 1076, 0775, 1775, 1005, 1505 0775, 1775, 1005, 1505 0775, 1775, 1005, 1505 0775, Manufacturer GE GOI General Instrument Goodmans HTS Hitachi Houston tracker Hughes Hughes Network Systems Innova JVC Jerrold LG Code 0566, 0392 0775, 1246 0775, 1775 1250, 0749, 0749, 1749, 1142, 1442 0749,1749, 1142, 0775, 1226
Dish Network Dish Network System Dishpro Echostar Expressvu
Manufacturer Magnavox McIntosh Memorex Mitsubishi Motorola NEC Netsat Next Level Optimus Panasonic Paysat Philips
Code 0724, 0869, 0724 0701, 0749, 1749, 1142, 1442, 0775, 0724, 0722, 0819, 1076, 0099 1142, 0566, 0392
Manufacturer RCA RadioShack SKY Samsung Sanyo Sony Star Choice Star Trak Thomson Tivo Toshiba UltimateTV Uniden Voom Zenith
Code 0566, 1142, 1442, 0775, 0143, 0855, 0392, 1392 0566, 0775, 0869 0856, 0099 1142, 1442, 1276, 1108, 0639, 1639, 0772, 0869 0566, 0392 1142, 1442 0749, 1749, 0790, 1285, 0819 1640, 1392 0724, 0856, 1856
Pioneer Primestar Proscan
Manufacturer A-Mark AOC Accuscan Action Admiral Advent Adventuri Agna Aiko Akai Albatron Al de Alleron Ambassador America Action American High Amstrad Amtron Anam Apex Apex Digital Audinac Audiovox Aumark Aventura Baysonic Beaumark Belcor Code 0047, 0054 0180, 0030 0463, 0180, 0047,0054, 0017, 0051, 0093 0761, 0783, 0815,0817, 0060, 0702,0672, 0030, 0145, 0812 0700, 0180 0000, 0000, 0156, 0748, 0765 0156, 0748, 0765,0879, 0451, 0180, 0092, 0017, 0030, 56 Manufacturer Bell & Howell Bell and Howell BenQ Bradford Brockwood Broksonic CXC Candle Capehart Capetronic Carnivale Carver Celebrity Celera Changhong Cineral Citek Citizen Code 0054, 0154, 0093 0054, 0154, 0093 1756, 0030, 0178 0236, 0463, 0030 0017, 0030, 0178, 0156,0765, 0783, 0767 0451, 0054, 0000, 0451, 0463, 0180,0060, 0030, 0092, 0030, 0092 0047, 0054, 0017, 0060, 0030, 0178 0047, 0180 0180, 0171 0054, 0000, 0180, 0030, 0171 0093, 0180, 0672 0672
Clarion Classic Colortyme Commercial Solutions Conic Contec Craig Crosley Crown Crown Mustang
Manufacturer Curtis Mathes
Code 0047, 0054, 0154, 0000, 0051, 0451, 0093, 0180, 0060, 0702, 0030, 0178, 0145, 0166, 1147, 1347 0451, 1661, 0672, 0178, 0092, 0623, 1755,1756, 0030, 0178, 0511, 0145 0017, 0180, 0178 0463, 0180, 0178, 0171, 1034, 0171, 0154, 0000, 0150,0030, 0047, 0154, 0451, 0236, 0463, 0180, 0150, 0178, 0171, 0054, 0154, 0000, 0180, 0047, 0000, 0051,0451, 0060, 0030, 0178, 1147, 1347, 1447 1755, 0017, 0000, 0030 0017, 0030Go 0047, 0054 0180, 0030 0463, 0180, 0047, 0054, 0017, 0051, 0093 0761, 0783, 0815, 0817, 0060, 0702, 0672, 0030, 0145, 0812 0700, 0180 57
Manufacturer Symphonic Systemax TMK TNIX Tagar Systems Tandy Tatung Teac Technics Teknika Telecorder Telefunken Thomas Thomson Tivo Tocom Toshiba
Code 0000, 0000, 1972 0000, 0104 0000, 0048, 0081, 0067, 0041 0000, 0067, 0041 0000, 0035, 0060, 0037, 0039, 0162 0000, 0035, 0060, 0041 0618, 0636, 0739, 0845, 1145, 0000,1503, 1008, 1972, 0045, 0240, 0043, 0209, 0041 0037, 0067, 0037 0000, 0240, 0000, 0035, 0060, 0037, 0048, 0039, 0047, 0081, 0033, 0045, 0042, 0240, 0043, 0041, 0072 000, 0209, 0000, 0035, 0072 0000, 0035, 0240, 1972 1479, 0000, 0037, 0039, 0033, 0209, 0041
ReplayTV Ricavision Runco STS SV2000 SVA TT Nokia JVC Janeil Jensen Samsung Samtron Sanky Sansui Sanyo Scott Sears
Sharp Shintom Shogun Siemens Signature Signature 2000 Singer Sonic Blue Sony
Totevision Touch Trix Ultra Unitech Vector Vector Research Vextra Victor Video Concepts Videomagic Videosonic Viewsonic Villain Voodoo Wards
Soundmaster Stack 9 Sylvania
White Westinghouse World XR-1000 XR1000 Yamaha ZT Group Zenith
Manufacturer 3D LAB Advent Aiwa Akai Alba Alco Allegro Apex Code 0503, 0641 0899, 0770, 0705 0672, 0869 0533, 0672, 1056,1061, 0830, 0794, 0796,0797, 1100, 1020, 0717, 0755 0672, 1056, 1061, 0830, 0794, 0796, 0797, 1100, 1004, 1020, 0717, 0790, 0717, 1071, 1121, 0695, 0695, 1020 0672, 1004 0869, 0876, 1003, 0778, 0503, 0816, 1023,1117,1024, 1129, 0521 0869, 1172,0784,0770, 1169, 0705, 0770 0490, 0675, 0675, 0821, 1268,0503, 63 Manufacturer Firstline Fisher Funai GE GPX Gateway General Electric Go Video Code 0675, 1268, 1334 0522, 0717, 1158, 0573,1075, 1044,0744, 0717, 0869, 0741,0783, 1158, 1099, 1304,1730, 0833, 0801, 0869, 0490, 0539, 0705 0582, 0702 0573, 0664, 0571, 0695 0623, 1164, 0558, 1020, 0790, 0717, 0790 0490, 1061, 0651 0801, 0591, 0869, 0741 0798, 1127 1058, 1158 1058, 1158, 1416, 1440 0511, 0675, 0651 0503, 0539,0675, 0646, 0821 0503, 0539, 0651 0695, 1270, 0752 0717, 0839 0521, 1521 0591, 0741 ENGLISH
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