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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS  
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BASIC ANTENNA AND CABLE CONNECTIONS  
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CABLE BOX CONNECTIONS  
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Sequence COVER REGISTRATION  
a cable box or  
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decoder, follow the easy steps below to com-  
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Converter Box, or from an antenna. In either  
case the connection to theTV is very easy.  
Panel Index  
Registering your model with PHILIPS makes you eligible for all of the valuable benefits listed  
below, so don't miss out. Complete and return your Product Registration Card at once to ensure:  
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Heed all warnings.  
Follow all instructions.  
Do not use this apparatus near water.  
Cable Box (w/RF In/Outputs):  
This connection will be mono.  
Connect the Cable Company  
supplied cable to the signal IN(put)  
plug on the back of the Cable Box.  
Using a separate round coaxial cable,  
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Product Ownership  
Do not block any of the ventilation openings.Install in accordance  
with the manufacturers instructions.  
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,heat registers,  
stoves,or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.  
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Returning the enclosed card guar- By registering your product,  
Registering your product guaran-  
tees that you'll receive all of the  
privileges to which you're enti-  
tled, including special money-sav-  
ing offers.  
pectingly fall from the top of the set and cause product damage  
and/or personal injury.  
(75 ohm) then you're ready to con-  
nect to the TV.  
If your antenna has flat twin-  
lead wire (300 ohm), you first need  
to attach the antenna wires to the  
300 to 75Ω  
Adapter  
Back of TV  
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Jack Panel Back of Cable Box  
you'll receive notification  
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18. Wall or Ceiling Mounting  
mounted to wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufac-  
turer.  
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The appliance should be  
connect one end to the OUT(put)  
(TO TV) plug on the back of the  
Cable Box.  
Connect the other end of the  
round coaxial cable to the 75Ω  
input on the back of the television.  
Screw it down finger tight.  
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will be on file, so no additional  
paperwork will be required from  
you to obtain warranty service.  
directly from the manufacturer  
in the rare case of product  
recall or safety defect.  
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Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type  
plug.A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other.  
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An outdoor antenna should be located away from  
20. Outdoor Antenna Grounding - If an outside antenna is  
connected to the receiver,be sure the antenna system is grounded  
so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built up  
static charges.  
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Thank you for choosing Philips.  
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grounding type plug has two blades and third grounding prong.  
power lines.  
screws on  
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300 to 75 ohm adapter.  
Twin Lead  
Wire  
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Box: Connect the Cable TV signal  
to the Cable Signal IN(put) plug on  
the Converter.  
NOTE: If applicable, set the OUTPUT  
Round 75Ω  
Coaxial Cable  
Jack Panel Back of TV  
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CAUTION  
DO NOT OPEN  
at plugs,convenience receptacles,and the point where they exit from  
the apparatus.  
Section 810 of the National Electric Code,ANSI/NFPA No.70-1984,  
provides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast  
and supporting structure,grounding of the lead-in wire to an anten-  
na discharge unit,size of grounding connectors,location of antenna-  
discharge unit,connection to grounding electrodes,and requirements  
for the grounding electrode.See Figure below.  
CHANNEL SWITCH on the back of the  
cable box to CH 3 or 4.Tune theTV to the  
same channel and change channels at the  
Read your Quick Use Guide and/or  
Owner's Manual first for quick tips  
that make using your Philips product  
more enjoyable.  
If you have read your instructions  
and still need assistance,  
you may access our online help at  
www.usasupport.philips.com  
or call  
1-888-PHILIPS (744-5477)  
while with your product  
Congratulations on your purchase,  
and welcome to the “family!”  
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK  
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Thank you for your confidence in PHILIPS.You’ve  
selected one of the best-built, best-backed products  
available today.We’ll do everything in our power to  
keep you happy with your purchase for many years to  
come.  
This “bolt of lightning” indicates unin-  
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for  
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change channels until the picture appears.  
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objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure  
through openings.comply with recommended international global safe-  
ty standards for tilt and stability properties of its cabinet design.  
you have  
a
Cable Converter  
Cable Box (w/Audio/Video Outputs):  
This connection will supply Stereo sound.  
Connect the Cable Company  
Cable Signal IN  
from the Cable  
Company  
ty of everyone in your household, please do  
not remove product covering.  
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.Servicing is required  
when the apparatus has been damaged in any way,such as power-  
supply cord or plug is damaged,liquid has been spilled or objects  
have fallen into apparatus,the apparatus has been exposed to rain  
or moisture,does not operate normally,or has been dropped.  
15. This product may contain lead and mercury.Disposal of these materi-  
als may be regulated due to environmental considerations.For dispos-  
al or recycling information,please contact your local authorities or  
the Electronic Industries Alliance:www.eiae.org  
Direct Cable Connection  
PANEL INDEX  
22. Battery Usage CAUTION  
may result in bodily injury,property damage,or damage to the unit:  
Install all batteries correctly,with and aligned as marked on  
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Box: Connect the OUT(put) plug  
from the Converter to the 75plug  
on theTV.  
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Audio/Video Connections  
AV Input Jacks  
ComponentVideo Input Jacks  
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exposed to rain or moisture and objects filled  
with liquids, such as vases, should not be  
placed on this apparatus.  
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cable box and the other end to the  
AV1Video Input on theTV.  
Audio Cables  
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.8 Closed Caption Control  
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AutoLock™ Controls  
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Most importantly, you can count on our uncompromis-  
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The power supply cord or the plug has been damaged;or  
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P.S. To get the most from your PHILIPS  
purchase, be sure to complete and return  
your Product Registration Card at once.  
Enter below the Serial No. which is located  
end to the AV In Audio L & R Input  
jacks on theTV.  
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BASIC TV AND REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION  
AV (AUDIO/VIDEO) INPUT CONNECTION  
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S-VIDEO (S-VHS) INPUT CONNECTIONS  
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COMPONENT VIDEO (CVI) INPUT CONNECTIONS  
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NOTE: When using additional accessories, only one  
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recorder) tapes than the normal antenna pic-  
ture connections.  
of theTV can provide you with better pic- external source will be audible, as there is only one  
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between theTV and aVCR (or similar device)  
that has audio/video output jacks. Follow the  
easy steps below to connect an accessory  
device to the AV In Input Jacks located on the  
back of theTV.  
Back of TV  
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set of sound inputs. ComponentVideo (CVI) input  
set of sound inputs. ComponentVideo (CVI) input  
will dominate over all other inputs, including S-Video  
(S-VHS) and AV. When S-Video (S-VHS) is used, it  
will dominate over the AV input.  
an external audio system for better sound  
reproduction.  
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accessory sources such as DBS (digital broad- will dominate over all other inputs, including S-Video  
Note:You can also press any  
button on the front of the TV  
to turn the TV ON.  
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Back of TV  
1
and L(eft) AUDIO jacks on the  
TV to the R and L audio input jacks  
on your amplifier or sound system.  
Press theVOLUME  
increase the sound level, or the  
+
button to  
C
Connect theVIDEO (yellow)  
VOLUME  
+
CHANNEL  
2
on front of set.  
1
2
cable to theVIDEO AV In jack on  
NOTE: The accessory device must have an  
S-VIDEO OUT(put) jack in order for you to  
complete the connection on this page.  
Connect the Component (Y,Pb,  
CVI  
AV In  
VIDEO  
LAUDIO  
2
Audio Cables  
(Red and White)  
VOLUME  
button to lower the  
the back of theTV.  
Audio Cables  
(Red & White)  
For Stereo Devices: Connect the  
audio cable (red and white) from  
the Audio Left and Right Outputs  
on the Camera to the Audio In  
(white) jack on the SIDE (or  
Front Jack panel of TV  
2
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Y
A
V
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VIDEO  
Y
Set the audio system’s volume to  
normal listening level.  
a
sound level.  
VIDEO  
L
AUDIO  
R
INSTAL  
VOL  
UL/M  
M
E
ENU  
+
CHANNEL  
R
S-VIDEO  
1
2
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Connect the AUDIO (red and  
white) cables to the AUDIO (left  
and right) AV In jacks on the rear of  
theTV.  
R
S-VIDEO  
Turn theTV and audio system  
ON. To adjust the volume on the  
audio system, you will need to  
change the volume at the external  
audio system, not the television.  
R
L
Pressing both buttons at the  
same time will display the on-  
screen menu. Once in the menu,  
use these buttons to make adjust-  
ments or selections.  
Video Cable  
(Yellow)  
3
Audio  
Cables  
Video  
Cable  
Connect one end of the S-  
Back of TV  
(Y,Pb,Pr) in(put) jack on theTV.  
When using the ComponentVideo  
AUX/TV INPUT  
PHONO INPUT  
OUT  
AUDIO  
IN  
OUT  
VIDEO  
IN  
ANT  
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NNA  
1
2
VIDEO CABLE to the S-VIDEO  
jack on the back of theTV.Then con-  
nect one end the AUDIO (red and  
white) CABLES to the AV In AUDIO  
1
CVI  
AV  
In  
Inputs,it is best not to connect  
signal to theAV inVideo Jack.  
a
2
FRONT) of the television.  
Y
L
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(Green, Blue,  
Red)  
Audio  
Cables  
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Jack Panel of  
Accessory  
Device  
Pb  
Pr  
VIDEO  
Connect theVIDEO (yellow)  
cable to theVIDEO OUT jack on the  
back of theVCR.  
For Mono Devices: Connect one  
end of the audio cable from the  
Audio Out jack on the device to  
the Audio In (white) jack on the  
SIDE (or FRONT) of the television.  
S-VIDEO  
Connect the red and white  
AUDIO CABLES to the Audio  
(left and right) output jacks on the  
rear of the accessory device to the  
Audio (L and R) AV In Input Jacks  
on the TV.  
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Back of TypicalVCR  
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5
L and R (left and right) jacks on the  
rear of theTV.  
SECONDVCR CONNECTION:  
Press the CHANNEL UP  
+
or  
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Controls located on  
front of set.  
Audio Cables  
(Red & White)  
S-Video  
Cable  
COMP VIDEO  
S-VIDEO  
OUT  
VIDEO  
AUDIO  
NOTE: Refer to panel number for the  
4
2
3
4
DOWN  
button to select TV  
Connect the AUDIO (red and  
white) cables to the AUDIO (left  
and right) OUT jacks on the rear of  
theVCR.  
Y
Pb  
OUT  
OUT  
R
L
proper hookup of the firstVCR. Follow  
the instructions on how to tune to the  
SECONDVCR CONNECTION:  
AV1 channel to view a pre-recorded tape.  
Back of TV  
The following steps allow you to  
connect secondVCR to record the  
channels.  
Connect other end of the S-  
VIDEO CABLE to the S-VHS (S-  
2
Pr  
Example of Controls, 14PT6441/37 shown.  
Door Cover  
Turn the TV and the accessory  
device ON.  
OUT  
OUT  
S
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Point the remote control  
Side AV Inputs:  
R
AUDIO  
IN  
L
VIDEO  
IN  
ANT  
I
E
N
NNA  
Turn theTV and the DVD (or  
digital accessory device) ON.  
toward the remote sensor win-  
dow on the TV when operating  
the TV with the remote.  
VCR with  
3
4
Video) OUT jack on the back of the  
VCR.Then connect the other ends  
of the AUDIO (red and white)  
CABLES to the AUDIO (left and  
right) OUT jacks on the rear of the  
VCR.  
ANTE  
O
U
N
T
NA  
3
4
VIDEO  
L
AUDIO  
R
MENU  
Turn theVCR (accessory device) Audio/Video Outputs  
and theTV ON.  
5
7
Press the AV button on the  
remote control to tune the TV to  
the side (or front) input jacks.“AV”  
will appear on the TV screen.  
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1
AV  
Out  
CVI  
A
V
I
n
VOLUME  
+
CHANNEL  
5
6
Front  
+
or CH  
buttons to scroll the  
program while your watching it.  
VIDEO  
available channels until CVI appears  
in the upper left corner of the TV  
screen.  
3
Accessory Device  
Equipped with  
ComponentVideo  
Outputs  
5
Connect one end of the yellow  
Y
L
S-VIDEO  
Press the AV button on the  
Pb  
Pr  
AUDIO  
1
Remote  
Sensor Window  
4
remote control to select the AV chan-  
nel.AV will appear in the upper left  
corner on theTV screen.  
3
5 VCR or External  
Accessory Device  
(wiOthuStp-Vutid)eo  
1
2
Video Cable to the AV OutVIDEO  
plug. Connect the other end to the  
VIDEO IN plug on the secondVCR.  
2
3
Press the PLAY button on  
the accessory device to view play-  
back, or to access the accessory  
device (camera, gaming unit, etc.).  
REMOTE CONTROL  
5
Turn theVCR and theTV ON.  
Insert  
a
DVD disc into the DVD  
Video  
Cable  
Audio Cables  
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load the supplied batteries  
into the remote:  
With theVCR (or accessory device)  
3
4
5
button on the DVD Player.  
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Back of Remote  
7
ON and  
DVD, etc.) inserted, press the PLAY  
button to view the tape on the  
television.  
a
prerecorded tape (CD,  
6
3
Side Jack  
panel of TV  
Press the AV button or the CH  
Out AUDIO  
L
and  
R
plugs on the  
ANT  
I
E
N
NNA  
OUT  
VIDEO  
IN  
OUT  
AUDIO  
IN  
OUT  
OUT  
VIDEO  
IN  
IN  
ANTENNA  
+
or CH  
buttons on the remote  
AN  
O
TE  
U
N
T
NA  
L
R
R
AUDIO  
IN  
L
OUT  
ANTENNA  
1
.
Remove the battery com-  
partment lid on the back of the  
Video  
Cable  
1
2
to scroll the channels until SVHS  
appears in the upper left corner of  
theTV screen.  
HELPFUL HINT  
TV to the AUDIO IN plugs on the  
VCR.  
Battery Compartment  
VOL  
4
The description for the component video con-  
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VIDEO  
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remote.  
L
VOL  
Turn the SecondVCR ON,  
insert aVHS tape and it’s ready to  
record what’s being viewed on the  
TV screen.  
HELPFUL HINT  
All the AV channels can be selected by  
AUDIO  
R
example,Y, Pb, Pr;Y, B-Y, R-Y;Y, Cr, Cb). Although  
3
2
.
Place the batteries (2-AA) in  
the remote. Be sure the (+) and (-  
ends of the batteries line up cor-  
rectly (inside of case is marked.)  
Now your ready to place  
corded video tape in theVCR and  
press the PLAY button.  
a
prere-  
VOL  
2-AA Batteries  
Battery Lid  
5
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pressing the Channel or buttons.  
+
3
5
Audio  
Cables  
Optional  
Headphones  
nent signal connectors, and  
Y
indicates the lumi-  
1stVCR  
(refer to panel 4 for  
proper connection)  
The AV channels can also be added to  
the QuadraSurf™ buttons for quick  
access.  
LEFATUD  
R
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O
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T
V
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nance signal. Refer to your DVD or digital  
accessory owner’s manual for definitions and  
connection details.  
3
3. Reattach the battery lid.  
Jack Panel of Accessory Device  
2ndVCR with Audio and  
Video Input Jacks  
REMOTE CONTROL BUTTON DESCRIPTIONS  
QUADRASURF Buttons  
REMOTE CONTROL BUTTON DESCRIPTIONS  
HOW TO USE THE LANGUAGE CONTROL  
HOW TO USE THE TUNER MODE CONTROL  
AUTOMATICALLY PROGRAM  
ourTV can automatically set itself for  
CHANNEL EDIT  
9
10  
11  
12  
13  
14  
POWER Button  
Press to turn the TV on or off.  
or French and Spanish speakingTV  
heTUNER MODE control allows you to  
hannel Edit makes it easy for you to ADD or  
(
Red, Green,Yellow, Blue) Allows you to store  
F
owners an onscreen LANGUAGE option  
T
change theTV’s input signal to either  
Y
local area (or CableTV) channels.This  
C
DELETE channels from the list of channels  
and surf up to 10 channels you choose for  
each colored button.  
Main  
ANTENNA, CABLE, or AUTO mode. It’s  
important for theTV to know what type of  
signal to look for (CableTV or an Antenna).  
In the AUTO mode, when the AUTO PRO-  
GRAM feature is activated, theTV will auto-  
matically choose the correct mode.  
MaPinicture  
Sound  
Brightness  
Color  
makes it easy for you to select only theTV  
stations in your area when the CHANNEL  
(+), (–) buttons are pressed.  
Main  
stored in theTV’s memory.  
Main  
A/CH Button (Alternate Channel)  
Press to toggle between the last viewed channel  
and the channel presently being viewed.  
is present.With the LANGUAGE control you  
can set theTV’s on-screen menu to be  
shown in English, French, or Spanish.  
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Features  
Install  
Picture  
Main  
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PSih  
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MaPinicture  
Sound  
Language  
Features  
Install  
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Picture  
Main  
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turpreness  
MaPinicture  
Sound  
AV Button  
Press to select an accessory signal input from  
the front AV Inputs.  
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2
menu.  
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Language  
More...  
Features  
Install  
Auto Program  
Channel Edit  
More...  
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More...  
Features  
Install  
Auto Program  
Channel Edit  
More...  
FIn  
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tatullres  
Note: Make sure the antenna or cable sig-  
s
FROWNIE Button  
Press the MENU button on  
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n
AMhasisbaecetnivacotemdp. leted before  
Press the CURSOR UP˚or  
DOWN 4 buttons to scroll though  
the on-screen menu until the word  
Allows you to delete channels from the “Quadra  
Surf” lists for the colored buttons.Works with all  
colored buttons.  
1
2
tohne-srcermeeontemceonnut.rol to show the  
SMILEY Button  
Press to add channels to the “QuadraSurf”  
lists. Works with all colored buttons.  
Press the MENU button on the  
remote to show the on-screen  
menu.  
Press the MENU button on the  
INSTALL is highlighted.  
1
2
2
4
Press the CURSOR UP˚or  
DOWN¸buttons to scroll  
though the on-screen menu until  
the word INSTALL is highlighted.  
2
4
Install  
2
4
Install  
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2
remote to show the on-screen  
menu.  
InsLtaanllguage  
Press the CURSOR RIGHT˙  
InsLtaanllguage  
Channel No.  
Skipped  
AUTO PICTURE Button  
Press repeatedly to choose from  
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English  
Español  
Français  
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de  
a
2
AUTO SOUND Button  
5
different facto-  
6
o
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Press the CURSOR UP˚or  
Auto Program  
Channel Edit  
Tuner Mode  
3
4
menu features.  
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Press repeatedly to choose from different fac-  
tory pre-defined sound settings. Choose from  
Personal (how you set the Sound Menu  
options),Voice (for programming with speaking  
only), Music (for musical type programs such as  
ry predefined picture settings. Choose from  
Personal (how you set the Picture Menu  
Adjustment controls), Movies (for movies), Sports  
(for any sporting event),Weak Signal (used when  
the signal being received is not great), or  
Multimedia (for video games).  
1
ACuhtao  
n
PnerolgErdaim  
t
DOWN  
4
buttons to scroll  
4
ACuhta  
o
n
PnerolgErdaim  
t
1
6
Channel Edit  
Press the CURSOR UP˚ or  
Press the CURSOR UP˚or  
DOWN 4 buttons to scroll through  
the Install features until the words  
3
5
8
6
6
8
through the on-screen menu until  
1
2
4
6
3
DOWN  
¸
through the on-screen menu until  
buttons to scroll  
the word INSTALL is highlighted.  
1
2
4
6
3
Press the CURSOR RIGHT  
button to display the  
INSTALL menu features.  
VOL  
OR  
Press the CURSOR RIGHT˙  
VOL  
OR  
the word INSTALL is highlighted.  
CHANNEL EDIT are highlighted.  
2
4
7
VOL  
concerts), orTheatre (used when watching  
movies).  
3
4
˙
3
5
button to display the INSTALL  
Install  
Language  
VOL  
Auto Program  
Channel  
Press the CURSOR RIGHT˙  
button to display the CHANNEL  
EDIT options.  
Channel Edit  
2
4
Instalar  
3
4
English  
Cable  
Press the CURSOR RIGHT˙  
button to display the INSTALL  
menu features.  
12  
13  
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No.  
12  
Idioma  
menu features.  
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5
6
STATUS/EXIT Button  
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3
4
MENU Button  
Press to display the current channel number. If the  
on-screen menu is displayed, press the Status/Exit  
button of remove it from theTV’s screen.  
Press the CURSOR UP  
˚
or  
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ro  
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Press CURSOR UP˚or  
DOWN¸buttons to scroll the  
Install features until the words  
TUNER MODE is highlighted.  
Channel Edit  
Press to display the on-screen menu.Also can  
be used to back out of the on-screen menu  
until it disappears from the TV’s screen.  
VOL  
DOWN  
¸
buttons to scroll  
Au  
C
tohaPnrongerlam  
With the CHANNEL EDIT  
6
VOL  
Press CURSOR UP˚or  
DOWN 4 buttons to scroll the  
Install features until the words  
AUTO PROGRAM are highlight-  
ed.  
options displayed, and CHANNEL  
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through the Install features until  
the word LANGUAGE is high-  
lighted.  
˚
,
¸,  
Press to navigate, select, and adjust controls within  
the on-screen menu.Also use the CURSOR or  
CURSOR to activate or deactivate the  
EXPAND 4:3 screen formatting control.  
˝
and  
˙
Buttons  
OR  
OR  
Auto Program  
Channel  
able channels that you wish to add  
(skipped OFF) or delete (Skipped ON)  
from theTV’s memory.You can also  
use the NUMBERED buttons to go  
Channel Edit  
Channel No.  
Skipped  
CC Button  
Press the CURSOR RIGHT˙  
button to select either ANTEN-  
NA, CABLE, or AUTO mode.  
14  
Press to activate the Closed Captioning  
options. Repeatedly pressing the CC button  
will scroll the available options on the TV  
screen.  
˚
Installation  
5
6
InsLtaanllguage  
English  
Auto  
On  
¸
Press the CURSOR RIGHT  
button repeatedly to select  
LM  
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Progr  
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auto.  
.
When finished, press the STA-  
TUS /EXIT button to remove  
the on-screen menu from the TV’s  
screen.  
Channel Edit  
Press the CURSOR RIGHT˙  
bscuatntnoinngtoofsctahratnntheelsA.AuutotoProgram  
Programming will store all available  
channels in the TV’s memory then  
directly to  
a
specific numbered chan-  
Channel Edit  
Channel No.  
5
6
Skipped  
Off  
CH(annel)  
+
or CH(annel)- Buttons  
English, Francais (French), or  
Espanol (Spanish).  
5
VOL(ume)  
+
or  
-
Buttons  
button to  
Press to select channels in ascending or descending  
order.  
have not been skipped.  
Press theVOL  
+
button to increase the TV’s  
sound level. Press theVOL  
decrease the TV’s sound level.  
When finished, press the  
Using the CURSOR DOWN  
¸
button, scroll the menu to highlight the  
word SKIPPED.  
NUMBERED (0-9) Buttons  
STATUS/EXIT button to  
remove the menu from the TV’s  
screen.  
tune to the lowest available chan-  
nel when done.  
7
8
Press the numbered buttons to selectTV channels  
or to enter certain values within the on-screen  
menu. For single channel entries, press the num-  
bered button for the channel you desire.TheTV  
Helpful Hints  
MUTE Button  
Helpful Hints  
When CABLE is selected, channels 1-  
125 are available.  
When ANTENNA is selected, chan-  
nels 2-69 are available.  
When AUTO is selected, the TV will  
automatically set itself to the correct  
mode based on the type of signal it  
detects when the AUTO PROGRAM  
feature is activated.  
Press the mute button to eliminate the sound  
being heard from the TV.“MUTE” will be dis-  
played on the TV’s screen. Press again to  
restore the TV’s volume to it’s previous level.  
When finished, press the STA-  
When CABLE is selected, channels 1-  
125 are available.  
When ANTENNA is selected, chan-  
nels 2-69 are available.  
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ON is selected the channels is skipped  
when scrolling channels with the CH+  
or CH- buttons. If OFF is selected the  
channels is not skipped when scrolling  
channels with the CH+ or CH- but-  
tons.  
will pause for  
a
second or two before changing to  
HELPFUL HINT  
menu from the TV’s screen.  
HELPFUL HINTS  
the chosen channel.  
The Language contol only makes the  
TV’s on-screen MENU items appear  
in English, Spanish, or French text.  
It does not change the other on-  
screen text features such as Closed  
Caption (CC)TV shows.  
When AUTO is selected, the TV will  
automatically set itself to the correct  
mode based on the type of signal it  
detects when the AUTO PROGRAM  
feature is activated.  
An “X” appearing in front of  
any channel will indicate that  
channel has skip on.When the  
CH + or CH - buttons are  
used, those channels will be  
skipped.  
SLEEP Button  
NOTE:  
Press the Sleep button to set the TV to auto-  
This button is dedicated toTIMER features within  
certainTV models.ThisTV does not contain these  
TIMER features, therefore the button will have no  
functionality when pressed.  
matically turn itself off after  
a
set period of  
When finished, press the STA-  
TUS/EXIT button to remove the  
menu from the screen.  
time. Press repeatedly to select 15, 30, 45, 60,  
0, 120, 180, or 240 minutes.  
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