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Introduction 2
Safety Instructions 3
Locations of Controls 4
Use of Remote Control 5
Antenna Connections 6
Cable TV Connections 7
Video/Audio Connections 8
Basic Operation 10
Basic Menu Operation 11
Set-Up 13
Antenna Selection
Auto Channel Programming
Manual Memory (Add/Delete)
Fine Tuning
Channel Guide
Picture Adjustment 21
Sound Adjustment 24
Clock/Timer 28
Functions 32
Picture-in-Picture (AVM-27D11 only) 34
Other Useful Functions 38
Reception Disturbance 39
Care and Maintenance 39
Troubleshooting Guide 40
Warranty 41
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Manual Adjustment
S.STD Button
Sound Menu
MTS
Channel Guard
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  • Page 1

    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    Introduction

    2

    Safety Instructions

    3

    Locations of Controls

    4

    Use of Remote Control

    5

    Antenna Connections

    6

    Cable TV Connections

    7

    Video/Audio Connections

    8

    Basic Operation

    10

    Basic Menu Operation

    11

    Set-Up

    13

    Antenna Selection
    Auto Channel Programming
    Manual Memory (Add/Delete)
    Fine Tuning
    Channel Guide
    Channel Guard

    Picture Adjustment

    21

    P.STD Button
    Manual Adjustment

    Sound Adjustment

    24

    S.STD Button
    Sound Menu
    MTS

    Clock/Timer

    28

    Functions

    32

    Picture-in-Picture (AVM-27D11 only)

    34

    Other Useful Functions

    38

    Reception Disturbance

    39

    Care and Maintenance

    39

    Troubleshooting Guide

    40

    Warranty

    41

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  • Page 2

    INTRODUCTION

    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    Congratulations on your purchase of this Sanyo MTS stereo television.

    ANTENNA

    The stereo speakers are front-mounted at the left and right sides of the TV screen for better
    stereo effect, delivering a high audio output of 24 watts (total). With over 500 lines of horizontal
    resolution via the built-in S-video jack, pictures from DVD will be reproduced in amazing detail.

    Unless your TV is connected to a Cable TV system or to a centralized antenna system, a good
    outdoor color TV antenna is recommended for the best performance. However, if you are
    located in a strong signal area that is free from interference and ghost conditions (multipath),
    an indoor antenna may be sufficient.

    Other Features

    LOCATION

    181-channel cable-compatible frequency synthesizer tuner with built-in MTS decoder
    2 sets of A/V inputs (1 set each on front and rear panels)
    Picture-in-Picture (1-tuner) (AVM-27D11 only)
    Clock and Sleep / On-Off timer
    Multi-color on-screen menu/display in English, French or Spanish
    High-contrast dark picture tube
    Closed-captioning decoder
    Audio out jacks
    Parental channel control (Channel Guard)
    Auto channel programming
    Automatic power shut-off in the absence of a signal
    Remote control with MoonGlowTM keys for easy operation in a darkroom (uses 2 x AAA
    batteries, not incl.)
    S-VHS Input.
    Note: Some illustrations in this manual may differ from the actual unit for explanation purposes.

    Select an area where sunlight or bright indoor illumination will not fall directly on the picture
    screen.
    Also, be sure that the location selected allows a free flow of air to and from the perforated back
    cover of the set.

    NOTES
    Never remove the back cover of the set. This can expose you to very high voltage and other
    hazards.
    If the set does not operate properly, unplug it and call your dealer or service shop.

    VIEWING
    This color TV may be viewed from any desired distance. Most viewers prefer a distance of
    three to six feet or more depending on screen size for maximum eye comfort.

    Caution
    To prevent electric shock do not use this (polarized) plug with an extension cord, receptacle or
    other outlet unless the blades can be inserted fully to prevent blade exposure.

    HOW TO GET THE MOST ENJOYMENT FROM YOUR NEW COLOR TV SET

    Caution

    Your new Color TV incorporates a host of features designed to give you excellent performance.
    In addition, this model utilizes a highly sophisticated Control Microprocessor that can give you
    unprecedented convenience and control in the areas of Picture Adjustment, Channel Tuning,
    On-Screen Information.
    We therefore strongly urge that you read all of these instructions before using your TV for the first time.

    Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly approved
    by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
    equipment.

    It is especially important that you read and follow the instructions under the heading :
    "SET-UP" on page 13.

    GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS EXPLANATION
    CAUTION
    RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
    DO NOT OPEN.

    CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
    ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
    REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
    NO PARTS INSIDE.
    REFER SERVICING TO
    QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

    2

    This lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
    equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
    presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within
    the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient
    magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
    persons.
    The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is
    intended to alert the user to the presence of important
    operating and maintenance (Servicing) instructions in
    the literature accompanying the appliance.

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  • Page 3

    LOCATION OF CONTROLS

    USE OF THE REMOTE CONTROL

    FRONT

    Point to remote control sensor of the TV set.
    The maximum operable distance is approximately 20 feet from the remote control sensor, and
    not more than 30 to either side of center.
    The operation of the remote control is most effective when there is nothing between it and the
    remote control sensor.
    The duration of the batteries is approximately 6 months to 1 year.
    Replace the batteries when the remote operation becomes unstable.

    BATTERY INSTALLATION
    Slide down the cover.
    Press the indentation and lift up the cover.
    Correctly install the batteries, observing
    polarities as shown in the compartment.
    Do not use a combination of old and new batteries or different type of batteries.
    If batteries become exhausted, remove and replace them soon.
    When battery leakage occurs, clean the battery compartment with a soft cloth and replace the
    batteries.
    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    10

    TV/VIDEO Button

    REAR

    Power Button

    Number Buttons

    100 Button
    Display Button
    Channel Up ( ) Button
    Sleep Button
    Menu Button

    14

    Quick View Button

    12

    Volume Down ( ) Button

    13

    11

    Volume Up ( ) Button
    Mute Button

    1. Video/Audio 2 In Jacks
    2. Channel Down ( ) Button
    3. Channel Up ( ) Button
    4. Volume Down ( ) Button
    5. Volume Up ( ) Button
    6. Menu Button
    7. TV/Video Button

    8. Remote Control Sensor
    9. Stand - By Indicator
    10. Power Button
    11. Coaxial Cable Connector (75ohm)
    12. Video / Audio 1 Input Jacks
    13. Video / Audio Output Jacks
    14. S-VHS Input Jack

    Channel Down ( ) Button

    Mts Button
    Sound Standard Button

    Picture Button
    Picture Standard Button

    * PIP On/Off Button

    Ch Guide Button
    CCD Button
    PIP Size Button *
    PIP Position Button *
    PIP Still Button *

    Add/Del Button
    * PIP TV/VIDEO Button
    * Swap Button

    * AVM-27D11(only)

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  • Page 4

    ANTENNA CONNECTION

    CABLE TV (CATV) CONNECTION

    ANTENNA
    The antenna requirements for good color television reception are more important than those
    for black & white television reception. For this reason, a good quality outdoor antenna is
    strongly recommended.
    The following is a brief explanation of the type of connections that are provided with the various
    antenna systems:
    1. A 75-ohm system is generally a round cable
    with F-type connector that can easily be
    attached to a terminal without tools.
    2. A 300-ohm system is a flat "twin-lead" cable
    that can be attached to a 75 ohm terminal
    through a 300-75 ohm ADAPTOR.

    F-type connector

    NOTE : An RF switch equipped with position A/B (not provided) is required.

    75-ohm coaxial cable (round)
    300-ohm twin-lead cable (flat)

    OUTDOOR ANTENNA CONNECTION
    Use one of the following two diagrams if you connect an outdoor antenna.
    A : Using a VHF/UHF combination outdoor antenna.
    B : Using separate VHF and/or UHF outdoor antenna.
    Connect an outdoor antenna cable lead-in to the COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR on the rear
    of the TV set.
    A. Combination VHF/UHF Antennas
    VHF/UHF ANTENNA
    300/75-ohm
    ADAPTOR
    (Not supplied)

    VHF/UHF ANTENNA
    or
    75-ohm coaxial cable

    A 75-ohm coaxial cable connector is built into the set for easy hookup.
    When connecting the 75 ohm coaxial cable to the set, screw the 75-ohm cable to the
    COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR.
    Some cable TV companies offer "premium pay channels". Since the signals of these premium
    pay channels are scrambled, a cable TV converter/descrambler is generally provided to the
    subscriber by the cable TV company. This converter/descrambler is necessary for normal
    viewing of the scrambled channels. (Set your TV to channel 3 or 4, as typically one of these
    channels is used. If this is unknown, consult your cable TV company. One possible method of
    utilizing the converter/descrambler provided by your cable TV company is explained below.)

    300-ohm
    twin-lead

    "A" position on the RF switch (not supplied)
    You can view all unscrambled channels using the TV's channel keys.
    "B" position on the RF switch (not supplied)
    You can view the scrambled channels via the converter/descrambler using the converter's
    channel keys.
    RF switch (not supplied)

    OUT

    ANT/
    Cable
    Rear of TV

    ANT/
    CABLE

    Two-set
    signal
    splitter
    (not supplied)

    A
    IN
    B

    OUT
    IN
    Cable TV converter/
    descrambler

    REAR OF TV
    75Ω

    B. Separate VHF/UHF Antennas
    VHF ANTENNA UHF ANTENNA
    REAR OF TV
    300-ohm
    twin-lead
    300-ohm
    twin-lead
    or

    75-ohm
    coaxial cable

    6

    COMBINER
    (not supplied)
    IN OUT

    ANT/
    CABLE

    75Ω

    7

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  • Page 5

    VIDEO/AUDIO CONNECTIONS
    Prior to making any connections to your TV set, be sure to turn the POWER off.
    For a more detailed understanding of each connection, it is recommended that you read the
    instruction manual for each connected component.
    If you use video or audio equipment placed near the TV, picture and/or sound may become
    distorted due to interference between these components.
    In such a case, separate each piece of equipment at a sufficient distance.
    The following shows examples for connecting external equipment.
    Do not connect another audio source to the same speaker to which the TV set is connected;
    otherwise it may damage the amplifier of the TV set or that of the other audio source.

    (2) Front Input Jacks
    Please use the front jacks (VIDEO 2) for a GAME-PLAYER or CAMCORDER.
    VIDEO AUDIO
    L (MONO) R

    TO VIDEO OUT

    Video game,
    Camcorder or VCR

    (1) Rear Input Jacks

    TO AUDIO OUTS

    Use these input jacks to connect your VCR or DVD player for viewing.

    To view a connected video source, press VIDEO button to set the TV to the VIDEO 2 mode.

    1. A/V 1 IN jacks
    This connection is optional
    TO VIDEO IN

    TO VIDEO OUT

    VCR or DVD

    from CATV
    or antenna

    (3) Audio System Connectors
    The audio signal available at these jacks is the same as the audio source of the program being
    monitored on this TV screen.
    SPEAKERS

    TO AUDIO IN

    VHF/UHF
    OUTPUT

    TO AUDIO OUT

    2. S-VHS jack
    DVD
    AUDIO LINE INs

    TO AUDIO IN

    TO AUDIO OUT
    S-VHS OUT

    To view a connected video source, press VIDEO button on the front panel or remote control.
    AMPLIFIER/AUDIO SYSTEM

    NOTES

    In the case that sound output of your VCR is MONO, connect it to "AUDIO IN L
    (MONO)" Jack of your TV. Then the sound can be heard from both R and L
    speakers.

    1. Adjust the volume of the TV to minimum.
    2. Connect the AUDIO OUT jacks on the rear of the set with the AUDIO LINE IN jacks of your
    audio system through an optional AUDIO/VIDEO cable.
    3. Set the INPUT SELECTION switch on the AMPLIFIER/AUDIO SYSTEM into the AUX
    position and adjust the volume.
    NOTES

    8

    You can hear the sound of TV in more vivid stereo through audio system.
    If you have no "AUX IN" jack on your audio system, connect to CD or Video jacks.

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  • Page 6

    BASIC MENU OPERATION

    BASIC OPERATION

    The

    FIRST PREPARATIONS
    Connect either Antenna or Cable TV according to "ANTENNA CONNECTION"
    instructions on page 6.
    Insert batteries into the remote control unit according to "REMOTE CONTROL USE"
    instructions on page 5.
    Insert the AC Cord Plug into a standard 120V, 60Hz polarized AC outlet.

    TURN ON/OFF THE TV
    POWER

    POWER
    or
    (Front panel)

    (Remote control)

    1. Press the "POWER" button on the front panel
    or on the remote control.
    2. Press the same button again to turn the
    television off.

    icon is used as a cursor.

    1. Press POWER button to turn the TV on.
    2. Press MENU button and move the cursor to "SET UP" option and press VOL + button.
    The "SET UP" menu is displayed.
    MENU

    SET UP
    * ANTENNA : TV 2
    * AUTOPROGRAM
    * FINE TUNE : 00
    * CH GUIDE
    * CH GUARD

    PICTURE
    SOUND
    TIME
    SET UP
    FUNCTION

    SEL. + SET

    SEL. + ENTER

    3. Press VOL + button to select ANTENNA option. (TV or CATV)
    4. Press CH / buttons to place cursor on the "AUTO PROGRAM " option and press VOL +
    button.

    CHANNEL SELECTION
    Use CHANNEL (
    ) buttons on the remote control (or on the front panel).
    Press the
    button to advance for the higher channels, and the
    button to go down for
    the lower channels.
    NOTE : Certain channels have been preset at the factory. It may be necessary to add or
    erase some channels in your areas. See "AUTO PROGRAMMING" on page 14 for
    presetting channels.
    Channels can be selected directly by using the number buttons on the remote control.
    For example, to select channel 5, press "0" first, then press "5".
    For channel 120, press the 100 button first, then press "2", then "0".

    VOLUME CONTROL
    Press VOLUME + / - buttons on either the
    remote control or front panel to adjust volume to your
    desired listening level.
    Pressing the + button will increase sound volume, and the
    - button will decrease sound volume.
    The volume level is displayed on the screen;
    reference number (0-100) and bar scale as shown.

    SET UP

    AUTOPROGRAMMING

    * ANTENNA : TV 2
    * AUTOPROGRAM
    * FINE TUNE : 00
    * CH GUIDE
    * CH GUARD

    TV 2
    + STOP

    SEL. + ENTER

    5. When you have finished "AUTO PROGRAMMING", press MENU button repeatedly until the
    menu disappears.
    6. Press CH / buttons to select the channel you want.
    7. Press VOL + or VOL - buttons to adjust volume to your desired listening level.

    VOLUME 25

    NOTE : The volume level can be muted instantly by pressing MUTE button on the remote
    control. See "MUTE Button" on page 38.

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    BASIC MENU OPERATION

    SET-UP

    You can execute every operation by pressing CH / buttons and VOL +/- buttons
    alternately.
    If you learn one menu, you can easily operate other functions by viewing pictures.
    1. Pressing these buttons alternately makes
    every operation easy.
    2. MOVE Press CH / buttons to move
    cursor.
    3. SELECTION Press VOL +/-buttons to
    change your selection.

    In this mode, you can change the broadcast mode between " TV " (for regular VHF/UHF
    channels) and " CATV " (for cable channels).
    1. Press MENU button, move the cursor to "SET UP" option and press VOL + button. The "SET
    UP" menu is displayed.
    SET UP

    MENU

    * ANTENNA : TV 2
    * AUTOPROGRAM
    * FINE TUNE : 00
    * CH GUIDE
    * CH GUARD

    PICTURE
    SOUND
    TIME
    SET UP
    FUNCTION

    MENU
    PICTURE
    SOUND
    TIME
    SET UP
    FUNCTION

    SEL. + ENTER

    SEL. + SET

    2. Press CH / buttons to place the cursor on the "ANTENNA" option and press VOL +
    button.
    You can select "TV" (on-air) or "CATV" (cable TV) broadcast mode.

    SEL. + ENTER

    SET UP

    SET UP

    * ANTENNA : TV 2
    * AUTOPROGRAM
    * FINE TUNE : 00
    * CH GUIDE
    * CH GUARD

    * ANTENNA : TV 2
    * AUTOPROGRAM
    * FINE TUNE : 00
    * CH GUIDE
    * CH GUARD

    TIME
    * CLOCK : AM - - : - * SLEEP : OFF
    * TIMER : OFF
    * ON TIME : AM - - : - * OFF TIME : AM - - : - SEL. + ENTER

    ANTENNA SELECTION

    SEL. + SET

    SET UP
    * ANTENNA : CATV 2
    * AUTOPROGRAM
    * FINE TUNE : 00
    * CH GUIDE
    * CH GUARD

    SEL. + SET
    PICTURE
    75 CONTRAST
    50 BRIGHTNESS
    50 SHARPNESS
    50 COLOR
    00 TINT
    SEL.

    ADJ

    FUNCTION

    SOUND

    : OFF
    * CCD
    * BLUE BACK : OFF
    * LANGUAGE : ENGLISH
    * DEMONSTRATION

    * 50 BASS
    * 50 TREBLE
    * 50 BALANCE
    * MTS : STEREO
    ON AIR STEREO

    SEL. + SET

    12

    SEL.

    SEL. + SET

    3. When you have finished "ANTENNA" mode selecting, press MENU button repeatedly until the
    menus disappear.

    ADJ

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  • Page 8

    SET-UP

    SET-UP
    MANUAL MEMORY (channel add/delete)

    AUTO CHANNEL PROGRAMMING
    This function allows the channels to be memorized automatically to match the TV broadcasts
    and cable channels in your area.
    1. Press MENU button, move the cursor to "SET UP" option and press VOL + button. The "SET
    UP" menu is displayed.
    SET UP

    MENU

    * ANTENNA : TV 2
    * AUTOPROGRAM
    * FINE TUNE : 00
    * CH GUIDE
    * CH GUARD

    PICTURE
    SOUND
    TIME
    SET UP
    FUNCTION
    SEL. + ENTER

    2. Press CH /
    VOL + button.

    SEL. + ENTER

    1. TO ADD A CHANNEL
    If you want to add to the memory a channel the TV does not store during AUTO PROGRAM,
    follow these steps.
    Select a channel you want to view by using the number buttons on the remote control.
    Press "ADD/DEL" button on the remote control.
    The channel is added to memory and the color of the channel number changes from
    magenta to green.
    CHANNEL DELETING

    CHANNEL ADDING
    CATV 12

    CATV 12

    CH ADDED

    CH DELETED

    buttons to place the cursor on the "AUTO PROGRAM" option and press

    SET UP

    COLOR : GREEN

    COLOR : MAGENTA

    AUTOPROGRAMMING

    * ANTENNA : TV 2
    * AUTOPROGRAM
    * FINE TUNE : 00
    * CH GUIDE
    * CH GUARD

    TV 2

    2. TO DELETE CHANNEL
    You can exclude the channels of your choice from the memorized channels.
    Follow these steps to delete the channel in the TV's memory.

    + STOP

    SEL. + ENTER

    When tuned to an active channel in which TV program is broadcasted, this channel is
    memorized and the color of the channel number changes from magenta to green.
    After all active channels were memorized, "SET UP" menu is displayed.

    Press CH / buttons or use the number buttons to select a channel you want to delete.
    Press "ADD / DEL" button on the remote control.
    The channel is removed from the memory, and the color of the channel number changes
    from green to magenta.

    3. When you have finished "AUTO PROGRAMMING", press MENU button repeatedly until the
    menu disappears.
    NOTES

    If the broadcast signal is weak, the channel will not be memorized.
    If you wish to stop this procedure during the operation, press VOL + button.

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    SET-UP

    SET-UP

    FINE TUNING

    CHANNEL GUIDE

    If the reception is clear, you do not have to fine-tune the channel, as this is done automatically
    during auto program and manual memory.
    If, however, the signal is weak or distorted, you may have to fine-tune the channel manually.

    You can choose up to 5 channels and assign them to the Channel Guide (CH GUIDE).
    This function allows you to select your favorite channels easily.

    1. Press CH / buttons or use the number buttons to select a channel you want to adjust.
    2. Press MENU button, move the cursor to "SET UP" option and press VOL + button. The "SET
    UP" menu is displayed.

    * ANTENNA : TV 2
    * AUTOPROGRAM
    * FINE TUNE : 00
    * CH GUIDE
    * CH GUARD

    PICTURE
    SOUND
    TIME
    SET UP
    FUNCTION

    SEL.

    SEL. + ENTER

    ADJ. A/D: MEMO

    3. Press CH / buttons to place the cursor on the "FINE TUNE" option.
    4. Use VOL + / - buttons until you obtain a sharp and clear picture and good sound quality.
    SET UP

    SET UP

    * ANTENNA : TV 2
    * AUTOPROGRAM
    * FINE TUNE : 00
    * CH GUIDE
    * CH GUARD

    * ANTENNA : TV 2
    * AUTOPROGRAM
    * FINE TUNE : 12
    * CH GUIDE
    * CH GUARD

    ADJ. A/D: MEMO

    SEL.

    ADJ. A/D: MEMO

    5. If you wish to memorize the fine-tuned frequency for the channel, press ADD/DEL button. The
    [
    ] symbol (red color) appears to the right of the channel number. To delete the memory,
    press the same button again. The [
    ] symbol disappears.
    NOTES

    1. Press CH / buttons or use the number buttons to select a channel you want.
    2. Press MENU button, move the cursor to "SET UP" option and press VOL + button. The "SET
    UP" menu is displayed.

    SET UP

    MENU

    SEL.

    CH GUIDE PRESETTING

    The AFT (Automatic Frequency Tuning) mode does not operate on the channels
    that are fine-tuned.
    After the Auto Channel Programming has been performed, memorized channels
    are automatically tuned to their optimum frequencies.

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    SET UP

    MENU

    * ANTENNA : TV 2
    * AUTOPROGRAM
    * FINE TUNE : 00
    * CH GUIDE
    * CH GUARD

    PICTURE
    SOUND
    TIME
    SET UP
    FUNCTION
    SEL. + ENTER

    SEL. + ENTER

    3. Press CH / buttons to place cursor on the "CH GUIDE" option and press VOL + button.
    The "CH GUIDE" menu is displayed.
    4. Press CH / buttons to select your favorite channel and press a number button (1 to 5) on
    the remote control.
    Then the cursor will be at the "LETTERS" option.
    CH GUIDE

    CH GUIDE

    CATV 23

    CATV 23
    * GUIDE NO : * LETTERS : - - - PRESS 1-5 NOW

    * GUIDE NO : 1
    * LETTERS : - - - -

    A/D : MEMO.
    MENU : EXIT.

    A/D : MEMO.
    MENU : EXIT.

    SEL.
    MOVE

    The color of the first selected character (-) will change from cyan into white.

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    SET-UP

    SET-UP
    CHANNEL GUARD

    CH GUIDE PRESETTING

    With this feature, you can protect your children from viewing violent or other inappropriate TV programs.

    5. Press CH / buttons to select characters for station name (if desired) and press VOL + / buttons. The color of the next character changes into white.
    If you press CH
    the characters appear sequentially as follows :
    A

    B

    C

    .....

    X

    Y

    Z

    -

    0

    1

    .....

    8

    9

    A

    B

    I.D. NUMBER PRESETTING
    1. Press MENU button and move the cursor to "SET UP" option; press VOL + button then the
    "SET UP" menu is displayed.
    Press CH /
    buttons to move cursor to the "CH GUARD" option and press VOL + button.

    CH GUIDE

    1. CATV
    112
    2. CATV
    49
    3. CATV
    11
    4. CATV
    12
    5. CATV
    2
    PRESS 1-5 NOW

    SEL.
    MOVE

    ABC1
    KBS
    BBC
    CNN
    ABC5

    SELECTING A CHANNEL BY CH GUIDE LIST

    2. Press "0" twice then "CH GUARD" menu is displayed.
    CHANNEL GUARD
    1. SET
    2. CANCEL
    3. SET ID NO

    CH GUARD

    1.
    3.

    TV 2

    CH GUIDE LIST

    NOTES

    PICTURE
    TIME
    SET UP
    FUNCTION
    SEL. + ENTER

    SET ID NO _ _ _

    CHANNEL GUARD
    ABC1
    KBS
    BBC
    CNN
    ABC5

    e.g.
    if you press "1",
    TV 2 channel changes
    to CATV 112
    112
    CATV

    The selected channel is changed directly regardless of ANTENNA mode.
    At the video mode, CH GUIDE button does not operate.

    18

    2.
    4.

    3. Press "3" to enter a 3-digit I.D. NUMBER of your choice, then "SET ID NO _ _ _" is
    displayed. The selected characters will change from cyan to magenta color.
    After you finished entering your I.D. NUMBER, "SET ID NO XXX ENTERED" is displayed.
    e.g.) If ID No is "1 2 3"

    1. Press CH GUIDE button, then CH GUIDE LIST will be displayed.
    2. Press a number button (1-5), then selected channel will appear.

    1. CATV
    112
    2. CATV
    49
    3. CATV
    11
    4. CATV
    12
    5. CATV
    2
    PRESS 1-5 NOW

    * ANTENNA : TV 2
    * AUTOPROGRAM
    * FINE TUNE : 00
    * CH GUIDE
    * CH GUARD
    SEL. + ENTER

    CH GUIDE LIST

    CATV 2
    * GUIDE NO : 5
    * LETTERS : A B C 5
    A/D : MEMO.
    MENU : EXIT.

    SET UP

    MENU

    6. Press "ADD / DEL" button on the remote control, then this channel is memorized in the "CH
    GUIDE LIST".
    7. Repeat the process from steps 4 to 6 until you complete "CH GUIDE".
    8. After you have finished " CH GUIDE ", press MENU button. " CH GUIDE LIST " will be
    displayed for a few seconds.

    1. SET
    2. CANCEL
    3. SET ID NO
    1.
    3.

    SET ID NO 1 2 3

    2.
    4.

    SET ID NO 1 2 3 ENTERED

    4. When you have finished "ID NO SETTING", press MENU button repeatedly until the menus
    disappear.
    NOTES

    Memorize the I.D. NUMBER as you need it to select guarded channels.
    If you wish to change the I.D. NUMBER, repeat the procedure.

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    SET-UP

    PICTURE ADJUSTMENT

    CH GUARD SETTING/CANCELLING
    1. Press CH / buttons or number buttons to select the channel you wish to guard or cancel the guard.
    2. Press MENU button and move the cursor to "SET UP" option; press VOL + button then the
    "SET UP" menu is displayed.
    SET UP

    MENU

    * ANTENNA : TV 2
    * AUTOPROGRAM
    * FINE TUNE : 00
    * CH GUIDE
    * CH GUARD
    SEL. + ENTER

    PICTURE
    TIME
    SET UP
    FUNCTION
    SEL. + ENTER

    3. Press "0" twice then "CH GUARD" menu is displayed.
    4. Press 1 or 2 to set or cancel a channel. SET/CANCEL menu is displayed.

    P.STD (Picture Standard) BUTTON
    By pressing the P.STD button on the remote control, you can sequentially select any one of the
    four possible picture standard presets.
    (1) CUSTOM mode
    (2) STANDARD mode
    (3) DYNAMIC mode
    (4) MILD mode

    CHANNEL GUARD
    1. SET
    2. CANCEL
    3. SET ID NO

    CH GUARD

    1. CATV 13
    3. CATV 24

    2. CATV 2
    4. CATV 36

    PICTURE

    MODE
    CUSTOM

    Select this mode to use your customized picture setting.
    See next page.

    STANDARD

    Select this mode to use the
    factory-presetting standard picture setting

    DYNAMIC

    Select this mode
    -To emphasize more contrast.
    -To watch in the brighter (daylight) environments.

    MILD

    Select this mode
    - For soft contrast.
    - When the room is dark.
    - To lessen eye fatigue.

    5. Press a number (1 to 4) to select or cancel the current channel you are viewing.
    SELECT NO
    SET
    MODE

    1. CATV 13
    3.

    2.
    4.

    SELECT NO
    CANCEL
    MODE

    (The selected channel will change
    from cyan to magenta color)

    NOTES

    1.
    3.

    2.
    4.
    e.g.) CATV 13 cancelled.

    If you wish to set/cancel another channel, repeat procedure.
    Auto channel programming does not select guarded channels.

    SELECT THE GUARDED CHANNEL
    1. Press number buttons to select a guarded channel.
    2. Enter I.D. NUMBER then "_" will change to "?". If the I.D. NUMBER is right, the desired channel
    will be received.
    ENTER ID NO _ _ _

    ENTER ID NO ? ? ?

    If I.D. NUMBER is wrong, “INVALID ID NUMBER” will display and the desired channel cannot be selected.

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    PICTURE ADJUSTMENT

    PICTURE ADJUSTMENT

    CUSTOM (MANUAL) ADJUSTMENT

    If you select this mode, you can directly adjust "BRIGHTNESS" without "MENU" option.

    You can sequentially select and adjust one of five picture properties.
    Contrast, Brightness, Color, Sharpness or Tint.

    1

    Press the MENU button. Move the
    cursor to PICTURE by pressing the CH
    /
    buttons and press the VOL +
    button.

    MENU
    PICTURE
    SOUND
    TIME
    SET UP
    FUNCTION

    e.g. : Bright. Adjustment by "PICTURE" button.

    1

    PICTURE
    PICTURE

    SEL.

    SEL. + ENTER

    2

    PICTURE
    75 CONTRAST
    50 BRIGHTNESS
    50 SHARPNESS
    50 COLOR
    00 TINT
    SEL.

    75 CONTRAST
    50 BRIGHTNESS
    50 SHARPNESS
    50 COLOR
    00 TINT

    Move the cursor to CONTRAST by
    buttons and
    pressing the CH /
    press the VOL + / - buttons.

    2

    ADJ

    PICTURE
    75 CONTRAST
    50 BRIGHTNESS
    50 SHARPNESS
    50 COLOR
    00 TINT
    SEL.

    ADJ

    CONTRAST 75

    4

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    Adjust " BRIGHTNESS " by VOL + / buttons.

    Adjust " CONTRAST " with VOL + / buttons.

    When you have finished contrast
    adjustment, press MENU repeatedly until
    the menus disappear.

    Move the Cursor to BRIGHTNESS by
    pressing the CH / buttons and press
    the VOL + / - buttons.

    ADJ

    3

    3

    Press the " PICTURE " button on the
    Remote Control.
    "PICTURE " menu is displayed.

    BRIGHTNESS 50

    4

    When you have finished BRIGHTNESS
    adjustment, press " PICTURE "
    repeatedly until the menus disappear.

    PICTURE

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    SOUND ADJUSTMENT

    SOUND ADJUSTMENT

    S.STD (Sound Standard) BUTTON

    SOUND MENU

    There is a choice of five audio settings. By pressing the S.STD button, the five settings can be
    viewed in the sequence illustrated.

    You can sequentially select and adjust one of four sound properties. (BASS, TREBLE,
    BALANCE and MTS)

    1. Press S.STD button.
    Whenever this button is pressed, the mode will be changed as follows.

    1

    CUSTOM

    CUSTOM

    STANDARD

    STANDARD

    MUSIC

    MOVIE

    SPEECH

    Select this mode to hear the adjusted sound you want. See
    next page.
    Select this mode to use the factory presetting.

    MUSIC

    Select this mode when listening to music

    MOVIE

    Select this mode when viewing a movie

    MENU
    PICTURE
    SOUND
    TIME
    SET UP
    FUNCTION
    SEL. + ENTER

    2

    SOUND
    * 50 BASS
    * 50 TREBLE
    * 00 BALANCE
    * MTS : STEREO
    ON AIR
    SEL.

    SPEECH

    Select this mode to hear voices clearly

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    Press the MENU button. Move the
    cursor to SOUND by pressing the CH /
    buttons and press the VOL +
    button.

    3

    TREBLE

    Move the cursor to TREBLE by pressing
    the CH / buttons.

    ADJ

    50

    25

    Press the VOL + / - buttons.
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    SOUND ADJUSTMENT

    SOUND ADJUSTMENT

    MTS

    MTS

    1) USING MTS BUTTON : METHOD 1

    2) USING SOUND MENU : METHOD 2

    Your TV set incorporates an MTS (Multichannel Television Sound) decoder to receive stereo
    broadcasts and any accompanying SAP (Second Audio Program), such as a bilingual
    broadcast.

    1

    PICTURE
    SOUND
    TIME
    SET UP
    FUNCTION

    1. Press the MTS button
    Whenever this button is pressed, the reception mode will be changed as follows.
    STEREO

    SAP

    Press the MENU button. Move the
    cursor to SOUND by pressing the CH
    /
    buttons and press the VOL +
    button.

    MENU

    MONO

    SEL. + ENTER

    The "

    ", "

    " symbols indicate that MTS mode is being broadcasted.

    2

    STEREO symbol (RED color)
    SAP symbol (RED color)
    When the power is switched on or channel is changed, the "
    automatically displayed, depending on the current broadcast.

    ", "

    SOUND

    " symbols are

    SEL. + SET

    TV 2

    3
    NOTES
    If the received signal is weak, noise may be heard.
    In such a case, press MTS button to set to the MONO mode for better sound reception.
    If the received SAP signal is weak, the SAP will not be heard.
    Even if both STEREO and SAP broadcasts are received, both broadcasts cannot be
    heard at the same time.
    Transmission of CABLE TV signals may differ from off-air TV broadcasts.

    Move the cursor to MTS by pressing the
    CH / buttons.

    * 50 BASS
    * 50 TREBLE
    * 00 BALANCE
    * MTS : STEREO
    ON AIR

    Press the VOL + / - buttons.
    Whenever this button is pressed, the mode will be changed as follows.
    STEREO

    SAP

    SOUND

    SOUND

    * 50 BASS
    * 50 TREBLE
    * 00 BALANCE
    * MTS : STEREO
    ON AIR

    * 50 BASS
    * 50 TREBLE
    * 00 BALANCE
    * MTS : SAP
    ON AIR

    SEL. + SET

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    MONO

    SEL. + SET

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    CLOCK/TIMER

    CLOCK/TIMER

    CLOCK

    SLEEP TIMER : METHOD 1

    You can set the television’s clock so that the current time will be displayed when you press the
    MENU button on the remote control.
    You must set the current time before you can set the automatic On/Off timer.

    You can select a sleep time period from 15 through 90 minutes. The television automatically
    shuts off after the sleep time period.
    Whenever the SLEEP button on the remote control is pressed, the time is changed :
    OFF

    1

    Press MENU button and move to
    " TIME " option by using CH /
    buttons.
    Press VOL + button and press it again.

    MENU
    PICTURE
    SOUND
    TIME
    SET UP
    FUNCTION

    :
    :
    :
    :
    :

    MOVE.

    3

    1

    AM - - : - OFF
    OFF
    AM - - : - AM - - : - -

    Adjust "HOUR " with CH / buttons.
    Whenever these buttons are pressed,
    the hour indication increases or
    decreases by 1.

    2

    ADJ

    MOVE.

    :
    :
    :
    :
    :

    60

    90

    AM 12 : 00
    OFF
    OFF
    AM - - : - AM - - : - -

    Press VOL + button and adjust
    "MINUTE " by using CH / buttons.
    Whenever these buttons are pressed,
    the minute indication increases or
    decreases by 1.

    Press MENU button, move the cursor to
    "TIME " option and press VOL +. The
    "TIME " menu is displayed.

    PICTURE
    SOUND
    TIME
    SET UP
    FUNCTION

    TIME
    * CLOCK
    * SLEEP
    * TIMER
    * ON TIME
    * OFF TIME

    :
    :
    :
    :
    :

    AM 11 : 30
    OFF
    OFF
    AM - - : - AM - - : - -

    3

    Press the "MENU "button to return to the
    main menu.

    TIME
    * CLOCK : AM 11 : 30
    * SLEEP : 15
    * TIMER : OFF
    * ON TIME : AM - - : - * OFF TIME : AM - - : - ADJ. + SET

    4
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    buttons to place cursor
    Press CH /
    on the "SLEEP " option.

    SEL. + ENTER

    ADJ

    4

    MENU

    SEL. + ENTER

    TIME
    * CLOCK
    * SLEEP
    * TIMER
    * ON TIME
    * OFF TIME

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    NOTE : To cancel the sleep timer function, press SLEEP button repeatedly until the word
    " OFF " is displayed.

    TIME
    * CLOCK
    * SLEEP
    * TIMER
    * ON TIME
    * OFF TIME

    30

    SLEEP TIMER : METHOD 2

    SEL. + ENTER

    2

    15

    Press VOL + button and press CH /
    buttons to set between 15 to 90 minutes.

    Press the "MENU " button to return to
    the main menu.

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    CLOCK/TIMER

    CLOCK/TIMER

    ON/OFF TIMER
    The ON/OFF timer lets you use alarm and automatic off functions.

    1

    4

    * CLOCK
    * SLEEP
    * TIMER
    * ON TIME
    * OFF TIME

    Press MENU button.
    The " MENU " is displayed on the
    screen.

    MENU
    PICTURE
    SOUND
    TIME
    SET UP
    FUNCTION

    TIME
    :
    :
    :
    :
    :

    MOVE.

    AM 11 : 30
    OFF
    ON
    AM 07 : 30
    AM - - : - ADJ

    Move the cursor to "ON TIME" by using
    buttons and press the VOL
    CH /
    + / - buttons to set the time. (Refer to
    page 28)
    "ON " appears to show that the "ON TIME"
    has started and STAND BY indicator
    changes to green.
    When the power is OFF after TIMER is
    set, the STAND BY indicator changes to
    orange.

    SEL. + ENTER

    2

    MENU

    Move the cursor to TIME by pressing the
    CH /
    buttons and press the VOL +
    button.
    "TIME " menu is displayed on the
    screen.

    PICTURE
    SOUND
    TIME
    SET UP
    FUNCTION

    5

    TIME
    * CLOCK
    * SLEEP
    * TIMER
    * ON TIME
    * OFF TIME
    MOVE.

    :
    :
    :
    :
    :

    AM 11 : 30
    OFF
    ON
    AM 07 : 30
    AM 10 : 15

    Move the cursor to "OFF TIME" by using
    buttons and press the VOL
    CH /
    + / -buttons to set the time. (refer to
    page 28)

    ADJ

    SEL. + ENTER

    3

    6

    TIME
    * CLOCK
    * SLEEP
    * TIMER
    * ON TIME
    * OFF TIME

    :
    :
    :
    :
    :

    AM 11 : 30
    OFF
    ON
    AM - - : - AM - - : - -

    SEL. + SET

    NOTES

    If you have not yet set the television’s clock, the message "CLOCK STOPPED"
    is displayed.
    If this happens, refer to "CLOCK" on page 28.

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    Press "MENU" to return to the main
    menu.

    Move the cursor to TIMER by using CH
    /
    buttons and press VOL + button
    to set TIMER ON.

    AUTOMATIC POWER-OFF MODE
    If the set is not switched off when the TV station stops broadcasting, it will automatically go to
    power-off mode after 15 minutes.
    NOTES

    If you set "ON TIME" and "OFF TIME" with the same time, "NOT AVAILABLE "
    message will be displayed.
    If the power is disconnected (in case of a power failure) and reapplied later, the
    clock operation will stop.

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    FUNCTIONS

    FUNCTIONS

    1. Press the MENU button. Move the cursor to FUNCTION by pressing the CH
    Make a selection by pressing the VOL + button.

    MENU

    MENU

    PICTURE
    SOUND
    TIME
    SET UP
    FUNCTION

    PICTURE
    SOUND
    TIME
    SET UP
    FUNCTION

    SEL. + ENTER

    SEL. + ENTER

    /

    buttons.

    LANGUAGE
    You can select language among ENGLISH, SPANISH, PORTUGUESE and FRENCH by
    pressing VOL + button.

    FUNCTION
    : OFF
    * CCD
    * BLUE BACK : OFF
    * LANGUAGE : ENGLISH
    * DEMONSTRATION
    SEL.

    FUNCTION

    FUNCTION

    : OFF
    * CCD
    * BLUE BACK : OFF
    * LANGUAGE : ENGLISH
    * DEMONSTRATION

    : NO
    * CCD
    * PANTALLA AZUL : NO
    * IDIOMA : ESPAÑOL
    * DEMONSTRATION

    SEL. + SET

    ELI.

    + FIJAR

    + SET

    DEMONSTRATION
    All the MENU pages appear repeatedly in sequence.
    To stop Demonstration, press any button.

    CCD (Closed Caption Decoder)
    You can select closed caption mode.
    Press CCD button on the remote control to change selections as follows :
    OFF

    CAP1

    CAP2

    TEXT1

    FUNCTION

    TEXT2

    FUNCTION

    FUNCTION

    : OFF
    * CCD
    * BLUE BACK : OFF
    * LANGUAGE : ENGLISH
    * DEMONSTRATION

    : CAP1
    * CCD
    * BLUE BACK : OFF
    * LANGUAGE : ENGLISH
    * DEMONSTRATION

    SEL.

    + SET

    SEL. + SET
    * Refer to page 38(CCD)

    SEL. + ENTER

    DEMONSTRATION SEQUENCE
    DEMONSTRATION

    BLUE BACKGROUND
    When there is no picture signal or the signal is weak, the screen reverts to a solid blue
    color.
    FUNCTION
    FUNCTION
    : OFF
    * CCD
    * BLUE BACK : OFF
    * LANGUAGE : ENGLISH
    * DEMONSTRATION

    DEMONSTRATION

    : OFF
    * CCD
    * BLUE BACK : OFF
    * LANGUAGE : ENGLISH
    * DEMONSTRATION

    MENU

    DISPLAY

    PICTURE

    P.STD

    FUNCTION

    SET UP

    : OFF
    * CCD
    * BLUE BACK : ON
    * LANGUAGE : ENGLISH
    * DEMONSTRATION

    SEL. + SET

    SEL. + SET

    Disable this feature to watch very weak signals.

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    SOUND
    SLEEP

    S.STD

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    PICTURE-IN-PICTURE (PIP)

    PICTURE-IN-PICTURE (PIP)

    AVM-27D11 only

    AVM-27D11 only

    PIP OPERATION :

    1. PIP ON/OFF

    In this mode, you can enjoy viewing two programs at the same time.
    The "PIP" function enables you to enjoy the present broadcast program while viewing a
    video source (Eg. video tape, CD, DVD).
    Also, It enables you to view two TV channels at the same time, using a VCR with a built-in
    tuner.

    Press PIP ON/OFF button on the remote control and then the PIP window will be
    displayed as shown below.
    CATV13

    CATV13
    VIDEO

    Main screen picture (GREEN)
    PIP window picture (YELLOW)

    1/16

    (1) ANTENNA AND VIDEO/AUDIO CONNECTION
    Please connect your TV set with a VCR, using VIDEO/AUDIO cables and the coaxial
    cable.

    2. PIP POSITION
    TO VIDEO IN

    TO VIDEO OUT

    TO AUDIO IN

    TO AUDIO OUT

    VCR

    from CATV
    or antenna

    Press POSITION button and then the position of PIP window will be moved as shown below.

    VHF/UHF
    OUTPUT

    (2) How to view two channels at the same time
    Press the PIP ON/OFF button on the remote control.
    (Eg. You are watching CATV 13 Channel)
    CATV13

    CATV13
    VIDEO1

    Turn on the VCR and press the channel up/down button on your VCR to select another
    channel.
    (If you press the "PLAY" button on your VCR, the video tape playback will be seen.

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    PICTURE-IN-PICTURE (PIP)

    PICTURE-IN-PICTURE (PIP)
    AVM-27D11 only

    AVM-27D11 only

    3. PIP SIZE

    Also, you can use the TV/VIDEO button in the VIDEO mode.

    Press SIZE button and then the size of the PIP window will be toggled as shown below.

    1/9

    1/16

    VIDEO1
    CATV13

    VIDEO1
    VIDEO1

    VIDEO1
    VIDEO2

    TV

    A/V

    A/V

    1/36

    4. PIP STILL

    6. PIP SWAP

    Press STILL button and then the PIP picture will freeze frame.

    Press SWAP button to swap pictures between the main screen and the PIP window.
    CATV13
    VIDEO1

    MAIN
    (picture is active)

    VIDEO1
    CATV13

    PIP

    PIP

    MAIN

    (picture freezes)

    5. PIP TV/VIDEO
    Press TV/VIDEO button on the remote control and then the PIP picture mode will be toggled
    as shown below.
    The Component Video Input cannot be toggled.
    TV

    VIDEO1

    VIDEO2

    CATV 13
    CATV 13

    CATV 13
    VIDEO 1

    CATV 13
    VIDEO 2

    TV

    A/V

    A/V

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    OTHER USEFUL FUNCTIONS

    RECEPTION DISTURBANCE
    The most common types of television interference are as follows:

    CCD :
    This TV set incorporates a CCD (Closed Caption Decoder) to enable viewing closed captions
    and TEXT broadcasts.
    Closed caption and TEXT each has 2 channels (CH1 & CH2).
    Closed caption and TEXT information can only be viewed if they are being broadcast by a
    television station, or contained in a videotape or videodisc.
    Press the CCD button to select CCD mode.
    OFF

    CAP1

    CAP2

    TEXT1

    NOTES
    When any function is displayed on screen, captions cannot be seen. Captions will reappear
    after display disappears.
    Errors will occur in captioning if the signal is weak or the videotape/videodisc is poorly recorded.
    A videotape that has been recorded over numerous times can also cause caption malfunction.
    QUICK VIEW Button : Press Q.VIEW button on the remote control. The previously viewed
    channel will appear on the screen. Press Q.VIEW again to switch back to the original channel.
    Repeatedly pressing Q.VIEW switches between these two channels.
    DISPLAY BUTTON : Press DISPLAY button on the remote control. The channel number of
    the program you are viewing, the TIMER settings and the current time are displayed in
    sequence.
    The current time remains displayed on the screen, until DISPLAY button is pressed again.
    MUTE BUTTON : Press MUTE button on the remote control. The sound of the TV program
    being viewed will be reduced to zero and "MUTE" will appear on the screen.
    To restore normal sound, press MUTE again.

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    Black spots or horizontal lines may appear ; picture may flutter or
    drift. Usually caused by interference from automobile ignition
    systems, neon lamps, electric drills and other electric appliances.

    TEXT2

    CAPTION OPERATION AND CHARACTERISTICS :
    After the set is turned on, caption signals will be displayed on screen (if broadcasted) in about
    10 seconds. Once activated, the television will always remain in caption mode unless
    deactivated by the CCD button.
    Captions appear on screen in various positions where they will least interfere with the picture.
    Generally captions will be displayed at the top or bottom of the screen.
    It is common to see unusual characters or misspelled words appearing in the caption. This is
    especially true during a live broadcast as captions are created while the program is in
    progress.

    NOTE : Changing the audio volume also restores the sound.

    IGNITION :

    GHOSTS:
    Ghosts are caused by the television signal following two paths. One
    is the direct path and the other is reflected from tall buildings, hills
    or other objects. Changing the direction or position of the antenna
    may improve the reception.

    SNOW:
    If you are located on the fringes of a television reception area, the
    signal will be weak, and your picture may contain many small dots.
    When the signal is extremely weak, it may be necessary to install
    an external antenna to improve the picture.

    RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE:
    This interference produces moving ripples or diagonal streaks, and
    in some cases causes loss of contrast in the picture.

    PICTURE SIZE VARIATION:
    A slight variation in picture size is normal when you adjust the
    CONTRAST or BRIGHTNESS controls.

    NOTE: If you subscribe to a cable service and any these symptoms appear, the problem may
    be caused by the cable company.

    CARE AND MAINTENANCE
    To prevent fire of shock hazard, disconnect your unit from the AC power source when cleaning.
    The finish on the receiver may be cleaned with a dust cloth and cared for as other furniture.
    Use caution when cleaning and wiping the plastic parts. Mild soap and a soft, damp cloth may be
    used.

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    TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
    Before requesting service, please refer to the following chart for the symptom and possible
    solution. For more information, see the corresponding page in this manual.
    SYMPTOM
    TV does not
    operate
    Poor sound or
    no sound
    Poor picture or
    no picture
    Poor reception
    on some channels.

    Poor color or no
    color

    Picture wobbles
    or drifts
    No CATV
    reception
    Horizontal or
    diagonal bars
    on screen
    No reception above
    Channel 13
    No remote
    operation

    TV shuts off

    POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
    Make sure the power cord is plugged in.
    Try another AC outlet.
    Power is off. Check fuse or circuit breaker.
    Station or CATV experiencing problems. Turn to another station.
    Check sound adjustments (Volume and Mute).
    Check for sources of possible interference.
    Station or CATV experiencing problems. Turn to another station.
    Check antenna or CATV connections and reorient antenna.
    Check for sources of possible interference.
    Check picture control adjustments.
    Station or CATV experiencing problems. Turn to another station.
    Station signal is weak. Reorient antenna to receive a strong signal.
    Check for sources of possible interference.
    Station or CATV experiencing problems. Turn to another station.
    Make sure channels are set into memory.
    Check picture control adjustments.
    Make sure TV/CATV Mode is in the correct position.
    Check antenna or CATV connections and reorient antenna.
    Check for sources of possible interference.
    Station or CATV experiencing problems. Turn to another station.
    Make sure channels are set into memory.
    CATV company is scrambling signal.
    Check antenna connections and reorient antenna.
    Check CATV connections.
    Make sure TV/CATV is in the correct position.
    Station or CATV system problems. Try another station.
    Check antenna connections and reorient antenna.
    Make sure TV/CATV mode in the correct position.
    Check for sources of possible interference.
    Make sure TV/CATV mode is in the correct position.
    If using antenna, check UHF antenna connections.
    Batteries are weak, dead, or inserted improperly.
    Remote is out of range. Move closer to TV.
    Make sure remote is aimed at sensor.
    Confirm there are no obstructions between the remote and the TV.
    Make sure the power cord is plugged in.
    Power interrupted.
    Sleep Timer , On Timer or Off Timer are set; Station has stopped
    broadcasting.

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    THE SANYO COMFORT WARRANTY
    COLOR TELEVISION
    WARRANTY APPLICATION
    New, unused Sanyo Color Television products purchased in Canada through a Sanyo
    authorized dealer are warranted against manufacturing defects in materials and
    workmanship for ONE YEAR for parts and labor, from the date of purchase by the
    original retail purchaser. This warranty only applies in favor of the original retail
    purchaser of the warranted product.
    SANYO CANADA INC.'S RESPONSIBILITY
    During the warranty period, SANYO Canada Inc. will repair, or at our option, replace a
    Color Television product which shows evidence of a manufacturing defect in materials
    or workmanship. Replacement PARTS are warranted for the remaining portion of the
    warranty period.
    WHAT IS NOT COVERED
    (a) Color Television products purchased outside Canada.
    (b) Color Television products purchased in a used condition.
    (c) Problems due to product set-up and installation.
    (d) Adjustments that are outlined in the Operating Manual.
    (e) Accessory items including antenna, batteries and connecting cables.
    ( f ) Damage in or due to transportation.
    (g) Damage due to improper maintenance, accident, abuse, misuse or negligence.
    (h) Damage caused by lightning and power surges.
    ORIGINAL RETAIL PURCHASER'S RESPONSIBILITY
    You, the original retail purchaser, must present your original, dated bill-of-sale together
    with this warranty to SANYO Canada Inc. or to an authorized Sanyo Service Depot*
    when you make a claim under this warranty.
    You, the original retail purchaser, are responsible for any costs of TRANSPORTING
    the product to and from SANYO Canada Inc. or an authorized Sanyo Service Depot.
    You also are responsible for the cost of any MAINTENANCE necessary in respect of
    the product.
    In-home service is only available to the units whose screen size is 25 inches or
    over, and limited to the locations within a 30-km radius of any authorized Sanyo
    Service Depot, throughout Canada.
    WARRANTY BECOMES VOID
    This warranty becomes void if the product's serial numbers are altered or removed or if
    any repair to the product is made other than by SANYO Canada Inc. or by an
    authorized Sanyo Service Depot.

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    LIMITATIONS
    (a). SANYO Canada Inc. reserves the right to change or improve the design of the
    model of the product warranted hereunder without incurring any obligation to
    make any modifications to or to install any improvement in or on the product.
    (b). In no event shall SANYO Canada Inc. or any of its Authorized Dealers be
    liable for special or consequential damage arising from the use of this product.
    STATUTORY WARRANTIES
    The above provisions do not preclude the operation of any applicable provincial statute
    which in certain circumstances may not allow some of the limitations and exclusions
    described in this Warranty. Where any terms of this Warranty are prohibited by such a
    statute, they shall be deemed null and void but the remainder of this warranty shall
    remain in effect.
    HOW TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE
    Please contact the Sanyo Authorized Dealer from whom the product was purchased or
    contact us directly at:
    SANYO Canada Inc.
    1-300 Applewood Cres. Concord Ont. L4K 5C7
    (905) 760-9944
    1-800-263-2244
    SCTV 99/03

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