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  • Page 1

    28JF-73H
    32JF-73H
    COLOUR TELEVISION
    OPERATION MANUAL

    PRINTED ON ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY PAPER



  • Page 2

    Dear SHARP Customer
    Congratulations! You are now the proud owner of a SHARP Colour Television Receiver. To ensure
    proper operation, please read this manual carefully. After reading, keep this manual in a safe place
    for future reference.

    TERMS OF GUARANTEE
    Subject to the conditions listed below Sharp Electronics (U.K.) Ltd. (Hereinafter called «the
    Company») guarantee to provide for the repair of, or at its option replace the Sharp
    Equipment, or any component thereof, (other than Batteries), which is faulty or below
    standard, as a result of inferior workmanship or materials.
    The conditions of the Guarantee are:
    1. This guarantee shall only apply to defects or faults which are notified to the Company,
    or its approved Service Facility within one year from the date of purchase of the
    equipment.
    2. This guarantee covers equipment intended for private domestic use only. This guarantee
    does not apply to equipment used in the course of a business, trade or profession.
    3. This guarantee does not cover any faults or defects caused by accident, misuse, fair
    wear and tear, neglect, tampering with the equipment, or any attempt at adjustment or
    repair other than by an approved Service Facility.
    4. In the unlikely event of that your equipment should require repair, please contact the
    dealer or supplier from whom it was purchased.
    5. The cost of carriage to and from the Dealer, Supplier or Sharp approved Service Facility
    shall be borne by the purchaser.
    6. No person has any authority to vary the terms or conditions of this guarantee.
    7. This guarantee is offered as an additional benefit to the consumer’s statutory rights and
    does not affect rights in any way.

    In the unlikely event of this equipment requiring repair during the guarantee period, you
    will need to provide proof of date of purchase to the repairing company.
    Please keep your invoice or receipt, which is supplied at the time of purchase.

    1



  • Page 3

    Safety Precautions
    This equipment complies with the requirements of Directives 89/336/EEC and 73/23/EEC as amended by 93/68/EEC.
    To prevent fire or electrical
    shock, do not use the TV set in
    an excessively damp place.

    Never remove the back of the
    cabinet, as there is high voltage
    in the TV set.
    Please call for service.

    Position the TV set out of direct
    sunlight and away from heat, as
    high temperatures can damage
    the cabinet, CRT, or other
    electronic parts.

    Unplug the power cord from the
    wall outlet immediately if the TV
    set begins to make unusual
    noises or give off smoke or an
    odd smell, then call your dealer
    for service.

    Do not cover the ventilation holes
    at the back of the TV set, this can
    cause fire or other serious
    problems. Leave an adequate
    open space behind the TV set for
    good ventilation.

    Always disconnect your
    television from the mains and the
    aerial cable during
    thunderstorms.
    Even if your television is switched
    off, it can still be damaged by
    lightning striking the mains
    and/or aerial cable.

    Do not install this equipment in a
    confined space such as a
    bookcase or a built-in cabinet.

    To prevent fire, never place any
    type of candle or naked flames
    on the top or near the TV set.

    Television equipment and cart
    combination should be moved
    with care. Quick stops, excessive
    force and uneven surfaces may
    cause the equipment and cart
    combination to overturn.

    Wall or shelf mounting should
    follow the manufacturer’s
    instructions, and should use a
    mounting kit approved by the
    manufacturer.

    To prevent electrical shock, do
    not subject the AC power cord to
    damage by bending or twisting it,
    or by placing heavy items on top
    of it and do not place the AC
    power cord under the TV set. If
    the AC power cord becomes
    damaged, unplug it from the wall
    outlet immediately and call your
    dealer for service.

    Do place the TV set onto an even
    stand, table or track which size is
    bigger than the TV set.
    If the TV set is put onto a smaller
    size or uneven stand, table or
    track may cause the TV cabinet
    distort. Do not put or insert
    anything between TV set and the
    stand, table or track.

    Do not place this television
    equipment on an unstable cart,
    stand or table. The television
    equipment may fall, causing
    serious injury to a child or an
    adult, and serious damage to the
    equipment.
    Use only with a cart or stand
    recommended by the
    manufacturer, or sold with the
    television equipment.

    The picture tube of your TV has a
    special coating. Do not knock or
    rub on the tube face with sharp
    or hard surfaces, otherwise you
    will damage the coating.
    To prevent damaging the surface
    of the television screen, remove
    finger prints only with a soft cloth
    dampened with glass cleaner. Do
    not use any abrasive cleaners.
    Do not use thinner, benzene or
    other strong chemical cleaners.

    CAUTION: Make sure that the main power is switched off when going out.
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  • Page 4

    Contents
    Wide Mode Fast Menu ....................................................18
    Audio Adjustments .........................................................20
    Features Setting Mode....................................................23
    Child Lock (Channel Block) .........................................24
    Postcode......................................................................26
    VCR Mode ......................................................................27
    Other Features ................................................................28
    TELETEXT Mode ............................................................29
    21-pin Euro-SCART and 21-pin Audio/Video ................32
    Typical Connections .......................................................33
    Troubleshooting .............................................................35
    General Specifications for Television Receiver ..............36
    Index ...............................................................................37

    Terms of Guarantee .........................................................1
    Safety Precautions ...........................................................2
    Contents ...........................................................................3
    Accessories .......................................................................3
    Remote Control Battery Installation .................................3
    Remote Control .................................................................4
    Controls & Terminals ........................................................5
    Aerial Connections ............................................................6
    Auto Installation ................................................................7
    Switching on .....................................................................9
    Menu Structures..............................................................10
    TV Channel Setting .........................................................11
    TV Operation ...................................................................15
    Picture Adjustments .......................................................16

    Dear SHARP Customer
    Congratulations! You are now the proud owner of a SHARP Colour Television Receiver. To ensure proper operation,
    please read this manual carefully. After reading, keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.

    Accessories

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    OPERATION MANUAL

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    Remote control

    R-6 (“AA” size) dry batteries

    Operation manual

    Remote Control Battery Installation
    Before using the TV set for the first time, install the supplied dry batteries in the remote control.

    1. With your thumb nail, pull up
    the slit as indicated by the
    arrow to remove the battery
    cover.

    Note:

    2. Insert two batteries 1.5 V (R-6,
    “AA” size). Be sure to match
    the battery ±/— terminals
    with the ±/— marks inside
    the compartment.

    • Remove batteries if weak or if the unit is not in use for long periods.
    • Do not mix old and new batteries.
    • Incorrect installation of the batteries may damage the remote control.
    3

    3. Replace the battery cover.



  • Page 5

    Remote Control

    1.

    19.

    2.

    20.

    TV

    1. Stand-by button (TV)

    Video

    2. Power button (VCR)

    TV

    3. 0 ~ 9 digit buttons
    4. Flash back button

    Teletext

    5. GREEN button
    6. RED button

    TV

    7. Volume DOWN button
    8. MENU button

    3.
    Teletext

    4.
    5.
    6.

    21.
    22.
    23.

    9.
    10.
    11.
    12.
    13.
    14.

    REVEAL button
    LIST button
    STORE button
    CANCEL button
    HALF PAGE button
    RESET button

    Video

    15.
    16.
    17.
    18.

    Rewind/picture search reverse
    Play button
    Pause/Still button
    Stop button

    TV

    19. TV/VIDEO button
    20. Channel Call button
    21. Single/Double entry button

    Teletext

    22. YELLOW button
    23. BLUE button

    TV

    24.
    25.
    26.
    27.

    TV /Teletext

    28. CLOCK button

    TV

    24.
    7.

    25.
    26.

    8.

    27.

    9.

    28.

    10.
    11.

    29.

    12.

    31.

    30.

    Channel UP button
    Volume UP button
    Channel DOWN button
    Wide mode button

    13.

    32.

    TV

    29. Sound mode button

    14.
    15.
    16.

    33.
    34.

    Teletext

    30. HOLD button

    35.
    36.

    TV

    31. Sound Mute button

    Teletext

    32. TEXT/MIX/PICTURE button
    33. INDEX button

    Video

    34.
    35.
    36.
    37.

    17.
    18.

    37.

    4

    Channel UP button (VCR)
    Fast forward/picture search forward
    Channel DOWN button (VCR)
    Record button



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    Controls & Terminals
    ■ FRONT TV
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.

    4 5 6 7

    Main power button
    Power indicator
    Remote control sensor
    Volume DOWN button
    Volume UP button
    Channel DOWN button
    Channel UP button

    1

    2

    3

    HOW TO OPEN THE DOOR
    Lift the projection at the lower right of the door with
    your finger in the direction of the arrow.

    Behind the door

    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.

    1

    2

    3

    S-VIDEO input terminal
    VIDEO input terminal (PAL/SECAM/NTSC)
    AUDIO input terminal (left)
    AUDIO input terminal (right)
    Headphone jack (3.5mm / 16~600 ohms)

    ■ REAR TV
    21-pin In/Out

    1. 21-pin Audio/Video (AV-2)
    With PAL/SECAM/NTSC Video Input

    2. 21-pin Audio/Video (AV-1)
    With PAL/SECAM/NTSC/S-Video Input

    3. 21-pin Euro SCART (RGB)
    With PAL/SECAM/NTSC Video Input

    RF Input

    4. Aerial terminal

    1

    5

    2

    3

    4

    4

    5



  • Page 7

    Aerial Connections - TV set only -

    Mains Socket Outlet
    AC 220~240 V, 50 Hz

    Aerial Connections - VCR and TV BACK OF TV

    Mains Socket Outlet
    AC 220~240 V, 50 Hz

    SCART Lead
    (Not supplied)
    Aerial
    (Not supplied)

    Aerial Cable
    (Not supplied)

    Aerial Lead
    (Not supplied)

    Mains Socket Outlet
    AC 220~240 V, 50 Hz
    RF out

    BACK OF VCR

    RF OUT

    ANTENA IN

    Aerial in

    Note:

    AUDIO/VIDEO

    Audio/Video

    See on -Typical connections- (page 33) for details of further connection possibilities.

    6



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    Auto Installation
    ■ Auto Installation System
    Your television set is provided with an Automatic Installation System
    which makes installation easier.
    This new system is activated when you turn on the TV for the first
    time.
    Power indicator

    1. Connect the antenna jack in the antenna input terminal on the

    Main power button

    rear side of your TV set. Then connect the TV power cable to a
    220 ~ 240V a.c. system.
    SHARP
    AUTO INSTALLATION

    2. Press the main power button ®, on the front of the TV set, and
    the AUTO INSTALLATION message will appear on the screen.

    3. Put the batteries into the remote control and follow the

    Be sure the antenna cable ...

    instructions on the screen.
    Note:

    If the TV is used with a VCR, turn on the VCR and play back
    a pre-recorded tape.

    Press any button on
    the handset to start.

    The TV will go through the following steps automatically and
    sequentially:
    Automatic Channel Sorting System (ACSS): The TV set searches for
    frequencies, memorises the channels found, and sorts them
    (according to technical criteria) from Pr-01 of the TV, to a maximum of
    99 programmes.
    This tuning system may take several minutes to perform.

    VCR

    Editing: When the automatic search has been completed, the list of
    memorised programmes appears. In this menu, you can change the
    order of the channels and change or give the channels a four letter
    name.
    Note:

    You may not have to follow this procedure if it has already
    been done for you at the establishment where you
    purchased your TV. If this is the case, go on to the section
    entitled Switching on (page 9).
    If you need to repeat the AUTO INSTALLATION, read on.

    Pr 01

    30 %

    Searching,
    please wait.

    3.

    TO REPEAT THE AUTO INSTALLATION

    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.

    Press the MENU button b to see the MAIN menu.
    Press the BLUE button
    Press the Channel UP button

    to see the TUNE menu.
    CH

    to select AUTO-TUNE.

    Press the MENU button b to start the AUTO INSTALLATION.

    1., 4.

    7

    2.



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    ■ Stored programmes
    When the TV has finished the automatic search, the Stored
    programmes menu will appear on screen with a list of the channels
    which have been memorised with the available options:
    a) Select programme to be edited Ǟ CH
    /
    b) Edit this program Ǟ RED button
    c) Go to sorting mode Ǟ GREEN button
    d) Delete this program Ǟ YELLOW button
    e) Exit this menu Ǟ BLUE button

    Stored programmes:
    Pr 01
    Pr 02
    Pr 03
    Pr 04
    Pr 05
    Pr 06
    Pr 07
    Pr 08
    Pr 09
    Pr 10

    CH

    CH21
    CH31
    CH41
    CH51
    CH61
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––

    BBC1
    BBC2
    ITV
    CH4
    CNN
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––

    CH21
    CH31
    CH41
    CH51
    CH61
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––

    BBC1
    BBC2
    ITV
    CH4
    CNN
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––

    (red) २ Edit this program
    (green) २ Go to sorting mode
    (yellow) २ Delete this program

    With these options, you will be able to organise the real channels (CH **)
    memorised in the TV programmes (Pr 01 … Pr 99) and put them
    intoyour own preferred order.

    (blue) २ Exit this menu

    Select a programme to be edited
    Use this option to select a programme from the list. Each time you press
    the Channel UP/DOWN buttons CH
    / CH
    , the memorised channel
    will be viewed and will remain selected on the list by means of a white
    background.

    Edit this program
    Use this option for giving a name made up of four digits to the channels or
    for changing the one which appears on some channels, in the following way:

    1. Select the channel using the Channel UP/DOWN buttons
    CH

    /

    CH

    .

    2. Press the RED button
    .
    3. Press the Channel UP button

    to change the first letter. Letters
    A to Z of the alphabet, a blank space and the numbers 0 to 9 will
    appear sequentially. Some of the broadcasting stations names such
    as BBC1 or ITV are already incorporated in the TV and appear
    among the alphabet to make this task easier. Press the Channel
    DOWN button CH
    to go backwards in the sequence.
    CH

    Stored programmes:
    Pr 01
    Pr 02
    Pr 03
    Pr 04
    Pr 05
    Pr 06
    Pr 07
    Pr 08
    Pr 09
    Pr 10

    Press the MENU
    button to exit.

    4. Press the Volume UP button

    for changing the position of the
    cursor and Channel UP/DOWN buttons CH
    / CH
    for changing
    the letters. When you have finished the fourth letter, press the
    Volume UP button
    to quit the Change of Name option.

    Go to sorting mode
    Use this option for sorting the channels (CH) into the desired programme
    (Pr), as follows:

    Stored programmes:
    Pr 01
    Pr 02
    Pr 03
    Pr 04
    Pr 05
    Pr 06
    Pr 07
    Pr 08
    Pr 09
    Pr 10

    1. Select the programme (Pr) you wish to change using the Channel
    UP/DOWN buttons

    CH

    /

    CH

    (marked with white background).

    2. Press the GREEN button
    .
    3. Press the Channel UP/DOWN buttons

    CH

    /

    CH

    BBC1
    BBC2
    ITV
    CH4
    CNN
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––

    Insert the marked
    programme in the
    position you wish.

    to move the

    channel (CH) to the required position.

    4. Press the GREEN button

    CH21
    CH31
    CH41
    CH51
    CH61
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––

    Press green button to
    finish.

    to finish.

    Delete this program
    Use this option for cancelling programmes which are badly tuned or
    repeated. When the YELLOW button
    is pressed, the TV will ask for
    confirmation that you wish to cancel, and you must press the YELLOW
    button
    again. The channels that follow it on the list will automatically
    rearrange themselves by moving up one programme (Pr) place, to restore
    the space of the cancelled channel (CH).

    Exit
    Use this option to quit the menu by pressing the BLUE button

    8

    .

    Stored programmes:
    Pr 01
    Pr 02
    Pr 03
    Pr 04
    Pr 05
    Pr 06
    Pr 07
    Pr 08
    Pr 09
    Pr 10

    CH21
    CH31
    CH41
    CH51
    CH61
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––

    BBC1
    BBC2
    ITV
    CH4
    CNN
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––

    WARNING!
    This programme
    will be erased.
    Press yellow button
    again to confirm.
    or press any other
    button to cancel.



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    Switching on
    ■ Main power
    This TV memorizes the Mode last used when it was switched off. When the
    main power button (®) is pressed to turn on the set, the Power indicator
    will light and the set will resume in either the Stand-by mode or Programme
    mode, depending upon its condition when it was switched off.

    Power indicator
    Main power button

    ■ Stand-by button
    When the TV is in Stand-by mode, to turn on the TV press the Stand-by
    button (
    TV) on the remote control, or one of the four buttons on the TV
    (V
    /\, VCH/\). The TV will change from Stand-by mode to Program
    mode, the Power indicator will turn green from red and an image will
    appear on the screen. Press the Stand-by button (
    TV) again and the
    TV will return to Stand-by mode.

    ■ Blue background off timer
    If weak signal conditions in TV or VCR mode, the screen will turn blue.
    The blue background off-timer is then engaged, unless a good signal is
    received, the set will automatically switch to Stand-by mode after
    15 minutes.

    9



  • Page 11

    Menu Structures
    This TV set has a MAIN menu with four basic menus, which permit access
    to the different functions of the TV.
    These menus are as indicated below.

    MENU button

    ■ By pressing the MENU button:
    Main menu

    Button

    RED

    Menu

    PICTURE
    ADJUSTMENTS

    Functions / Options
    CONTRAST
    COLOUR
    BRIGHTNESS
    SHARPNESS
    NORMALISE
    TINT CONTROL
    ECO MODE
    COMB FILTER
    NTSC HUE
    ROTATION

    LOUDSPEAKERS

    GREEN

    YELLOW

    BLUE

    AUDIO
    ADJUSTMENTS

    OTHER
    FUNCTIONS

    INSTALL
    AND
    TUNE

    VOLUME
    BASS
    TREBLE
    BALANCE
    NORMALISE
    LOUDSPEAKERS (MODE)
    EFFECTS
    SOUND IDENT.
    DYNAMIC BASS.

    HEADPHONES
    VOLUME
    BASS
    TREBLE
    BALANCE
    NORMALISE
    HEADPHONES (MODE)
    SOUND IDENT.

    ON TIMER: TIME / SWITCH ON
    OFF TIMER: OFF / 120 Min. / 90 Min. / 60 Min. / 30 Min.
    CHILD LOCK: LOCK ALL / LOCK PROGRAMME / CLEAR LOCK
    DEMO
    POST CODE
    CHANNEL: CH (Aerial) / CC (Cable)
    SEARCH (Frequency Tuning)
    FINE TUNE
    MODE: TV / VCR / SKIP
    EDIT: Edit this program / Go to sorting mode / Delete this program/
    Exit this menu
    AUTO-TUNE: AUTO INSTALLATION

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    TV Channel Setting
    ■ Auto Channel Preset with Sorting (ACSS: Automatic Channel Sorting System)
    This function frees you of troublesome channel presetting procedures.
    Simply follow the instructions below to automatically store all on-air and
    cable real channels into the programme channel memories.
    MAIN menu

    1. Press the MENU button b to see the MAIN menu.
    2. Press the BLUE button
    to see the TUNE menu.

    TUNE menu

    3. Press the Channel UP button

    CH

    to select AUTO-TUNE (blue
    Pr 06
    CH21

    CHANNEL

    box).

    SEARCH
    F-TUNE
    MODE
    Press MENU button
    to Auto-tune
    WARNING! All
    pretuned channels
    will be lost

    EDIT
    AUTO-TUNE

    4. Press the MENU button b to see the AUTO INSTALLATION menu.
    5. Press any button to start the AUTO INSTALLATION.

    SHARP
    AUTO INSTALLATION

    Be sure the antenna cable ...

    Press any button on
    the handset to start.

    SEARCHING
    The TV set searches for frequencies, memorises the channels found
    and sorts them (according to technical criteria) from Pr-01 of the TV,
    to a maximum of 99 programmes.
    This tuning process may take several minutes to perform.

    Pr 01

    30 %

    When the automatic search has been completed, the “Stored
    programmes” menu will appear on screen. In this menu, you can
    change the order of the channels and change or give the channels a
    four letter name.

    Searching,
    please wait.

    Stored programmes:
    Pr 01
    Pr 02
    Pr 03
    Pr 04
    Pr 05
    Pr 06
    Pr 07
    Pr 08
    Pr 09
    Pr 10

    If you wish to rename the channels, or change the order; refer to
    Stored programmes on page 8.
    If you wish to go out of the menu, press the BLUE button
    .

    (red) २ Edit this program
    (green) २ Go to sorting mode
    (yellow) २ Delete this program
    (blue) २ Exit this menu

    11

    CH21
    CH31
    CH41
    CH51
    CH61
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––

    BBC1
    BBC2
    ITV
    CH4
    CNN
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––
    ––––



  • Page 13

    ■ Manual Channel Preset (PRESET USING REAL CHANNEL NUMBERS)
    1. Depending on the programme channel you want to preset, press
    the Single/Double entry button
    entry.

    to select single/double digit

    2. Select the programme channel number you want to preset with
    the 0 ~ 9 digit buttons.

    3. Press the MENU button b to see the MAIN menu.

    MAIN menu

    4. Press the BLUE button

    to see the TUNE menu.

    TUNE menu

    5. Press the Volume DOWN/UP buttons

    /
    to select (with
    white letters) the Channel type: CH (Aerial) or CC (Cable).

    6. Enter the real channel number you want to store with the 0 ~ 9

    CHANNEL

    CH
    CC

    Pr 06
    CH21

    SEARCH

    digit buttons (two digit entry only).

    7. Press the GREEN button
    to memorize.
    8. Press the MENU button b to clear the on-screen display.

    F-TUNE

    MODE

    EDIT

    Repeat the above procedure for presetting other programme.
    AUTO-TUNE

    MEMORIZE

    GREEN

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    ■ Manual Channel Preset (PRESET USING FREQUENCY TUNING)
    1. Depending on the programme channel you want to preset, press
    the Single/Double entry button
    entry.

    to select single/double digit

    2. Select the programme channel number you want to preset with
    the 0 ~ 9 digit buttons.

    3. Press the MENU button b to see the MAIN menu.

    MAIN menu

    4. Press the BLUE button

    to see the TUNE menu.

    TUNE menu

    5. Press the Volume DOWN/UP buttons

    /
    to select (with
    white letters) the Channel type: CH (Aerial) or CC (Cable).

    6. Press the Channel DOWN button

    CH

    to select SEARCH.

    CHANNEL

    CH
    CC

    Pr 06
    CH21

    SEARCH

    F-TUNE

    MODE

    EDIT

    AUTO-TUNE

    SEARCH

    7. Press the Volume DOWN/UP buttons

    /
    to start preset.
    The tuning sequence will stop when a signal is detected, if the
    signal is not the required channel press the Volume DOWN
    button
    or the Volume UP button
    to continue.

    8. Press the GREEN button
    to memorize.
    9. Press the MENU button b to clear the on-screen display.
    Repeat the above procedure for presetting other programme channels.

    CHANNEL

    Pr 06
    CH21

    SEARCH

    F-TUNE

    MODE

    EDIT

    AUTO-TUNE

    MEMORIZE

    GREEN

    13



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    ■ After preset has been performed
    MAIN menu

    The following features are available for preset channels:

    Fine tuning
    When a preset programme channel is not exactly tuned, you can fine
    tune the channel in this mode.

    1. Select the programme channel number you want to tune using

    TUNE menu

    the 0 ~ 9 digit buttons.

    CHANNEL

    2. Press the MENU button b to see the MAIN menu.
    3. Press the BLUE button
    to see the TUNE menu.

    CH
    CC

    Pr 06
    CH21

    SEARCH

    F-TUNE

    MODE

    4. Press the Channel DOWN button

    CH

    twice to select F-TUNE

    (blue box).

    EDIT

    5. Press and hold the Volume DOWN button

    or the Volume UP
    button
    , until the best tuning position is found, for the best
    picture and sound.

    AUTO-TUNE

    F-TUNE (Fine tune) menu
    After Fine tuning the programme number will turn from green to
    yellow.

    Pr 06
    CH21

    CHANNEL

    SEARCH

    6. Press the GREEN button
    to memorize.
    7. Press the MENU button b to clear the on-screen display.

    F-TUNE

    MODE

    Repeat the above procedure for other programme channels as
    required.

    EDIT

    Mode

    AUTO-TUNE

    MEMORIZE

    This feature allows you to select TV, VCR, SKIP. First follow the above
    steps 1., 2., and 3. The TUNE menu will appear on screen.

    1. Press the Channel DOWN button CH
    to select MODE.
    2. Press the Volume UP button
    to select:

    GREEN

    MODE
    Pr 06
    CH21

    CHANNEL

    TV:
    VCR:

    SKIP:

    If the TV signal is weak the image can move.
    In this case set the MODE to TV.
    The upper part of the picture may be distorted when
    receiving signal from a VCR via RF terminal on the TV set.
    In this case, set the MODE to VCR.
    Allows you to skip channels you do not want to view when
    using Channel UP/DOWN buttons CH
    / CH
    .

    SEARCH

    F-TUNE

    MODE

    EDIT

    3. Press the GREEN button
    to memorize.
    4. Press the MENU button b to clear the on-screen display.
    Repeat the above procedure for other programme channels as
    required.

    EDIT

    TV
    VCR
    SKIP

    AUTO-TUNE

    MEMORIZE

    GREEN

    EDIT
    MODE

    This feature allows you to give a name to the channels and change the
    name.

    1. Select EDIT and then press the MENU button b . The EDIT
    menu will appear.

    2. For the details on the procedure, refer to page 8.

    14

    EDIT
    AUTO-TUNE

    Press the MENU
    button to enter
    the EDIT and
    SORTING menu.



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    TV Operation
    ■ Channel Selection
    Channel UP/DOWN

    CH

    /

    CH

    buttons

    Select the programme channel number you want to see, using the
    Channel UP/DOWN CH
    / CH
    buttons .

    Pr 01
    Pr 02
    Pr 03
    Pr 04
    Pr 05
    Pr 06
    Pr 07
    Pr 08
    Pr 09
    Pr 10

    You can clear the on-screen display by pressing the MENU button b.

    Note:

    The channels that are in SKIP mode cannot be seen when
    using this method.
    Use the 0 ~ 9 digit buttons to display these channels.

    Single/Double entry button
    This button selects between one or two digit channel number entry.

    PR *

    PR * *

    Press

    Single digit
    entry mode

    Double digit
    entry mode

    0~9 digit buttons
    You can select channels by pressing the 0 ~ 9 digit buttons on the remote control.
    For single and double digit entry see above.

    Flash back button
    Press this button to switch the currently viewed channel to the previously viewed channel, and vice versa.
    This function is only available in programme channel selection mode.
    I.e. not when AV terminals are in use.

    PR 01

    Press

    Previously
    viewed channel

    PR 12
    Currently
    viewed channel

    15

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    Picture Adjustments
    Picture quality: CONTRAST, COLOUR, BRIGHTNESS, SHARPNESS,
    NORMALISE, TINT CONTROL, NTSC HUE, ECO MODE and ROTATION
    are adjustable in this menu.
    MAIN menu

    1. Press the MENU button b to see the MAIN menu.

    RED

    PICTURE menu

    2. Press the RED button
    to see the PICTURE menu.
    3. Press the Channel UP/DOWN buttons CH
    / CH
    to select

    CONTRAST

    an option from the list: CONTRAST, COLOUR, BRIGHTNESS,
    SHARPNESS or NORMALISE.

    COLOUR

    BRIGHTNESS

    The selected item will appear on screen in a blue box.
    SHARPNESS

    4. For your desired picture, adjust the picture quality with the
    /

    .

    NORMALISE



    Volume DOWN/UP buttons

    ˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾

    NORMALISE menu
    If you wish to normalize video levels, press the MENU button b to
    default factory settings.

    5. Continuously press the Channel UP/DOWN buttons

    CONTRAST

    COLOUR

    /
    CH
    arrows to access the TINT CONTROL and ECO MODE
    options.
    CH

    BRIGHTNESS

    SHARPNESS

    NORMALISE



    6. Select TINT CONTROL and press the Volume DOWN/UP buttons
    /

    TINT CONTROL
    TINT
    CONTROL

    , to adjust your desired skin colour (blue or red).

    ECO MODE
    COMB
    FILTER
    NTSC HUE
    ROTATION



    16

    Press the MENU
    button to
    normalise ...



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    ECO MODE

    7. Select ECO MODE “ON” to reduce contrast in areas of the

    TINT
    CONTROL

    picture that are excessively white.

    ECO MODE

    ON

    COMB
    FILTER
    NTSC HUE
    ROTATION


    COMB FILTER

    8. Select COMB FILTER “ON” to reduce colour interference in

    TINT
    CONTROL

    picture with fine details and the picture gets sharper.

    ECO MODE
    COMB
    FILTER
    NTSC HUE
    ROTATION



    9. Select NTSC HUE to adjust the skin colour (Green or Red) during

    NTSC HUE
    TINT
    CONTROL

    NTSC signal reception through the external connectors.

    ECO MODE
    COMB
    FILTER
    NTSC HUE
    ROTATION


    ROTATION

    10. If the picture is tilted, select ROTATION to adjust the picture tilt.
    11. Press the MENU button b to close the menu.

    TINT
    CONTROL
    ECO MODE
    COMB
    FILTER
    NTSC HUE
    ROTATION



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    ON



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    Wide Mode Fast Menu
    With this menu you can select the width of the picture: AUTO,
    PANORAMA, FULL, NORMAL, ZOOM 14:9 or CINEMA, by pressing
    the Wide mode button
    .
    Each time you press the Wide mode button
    picture changes as indicated:

    , the width of the
    Wide mode button

    AUTO * ➔ PANORAMA ➔ FULL ➔ NORMAL ➔ ZOOM 14:9 ➔ CINEMA

    When you select PANORAMA, ZOOM 14:9 or CINEMA, 4 options
    appear on the screen.
    V-SCROLL: Press the RED button
    menu.

    to see the Vertical SCROLL
    BLUE

    V-SIZE: Press the GREEN button
    menu.

    to see the Vertical SIZE

    NORMAL: Press the YELLOW button
    SCROLL and SIZE.
    EXIT: Press the BLUE button

    to normalize the Vertical

    to quit the menu.

    V-SCROLL menu: Press the Volume DOWN/UP buttons
    adjust the Vertical SCROLL (UP/DOWN).
    V-SIZE menu: Press the Volume DOWN/UP buttons
    adjust the Vertical SIZE (LARGE/SMALL).

    /
    /

    to
    to
    RED

    * AUTO mode (VPS code): The VPS signal is sent by some
    broadcasting stations with information of the original size.
    When the TV is in AUTO mode and receives the VPS signal,
    it changes the size automatically as indicated below:

    GREEN

    YELLOW

    BLUE

    V-SCROLL menu

    When the TV is receiving VPS code 16:9 the TV selects
    CINEMA automatically.
    When the TV is receiving VPS code 14:9 the TV selects
    ZOOM 14:9 automatically.
    BLUE

    When the TV is receiving VPS code 4:3 the TV selects
    PANORAMA automatically.
    When the TV does NOT receive VPS code the TV selects
    PANORAMA automatically.

    V-SIZE menu

    External source: When you are watching the TV set through the
    Euro-SCART AV-1 terminal and it receives information of 16:9 format
    (through the audio-video control pin) the TV selects FULL
    automatically.
    BLUE

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    ■ Wide Mode (Special detail information)
    Special detail information about PANORAMA, FULL, NORMAL, ZOOM 14:9 and CINEMA (16:9) .
    4:3

    PANORAMA
    The Panorama Mode adapts the broadcast
    picture to 16:9 format without changing the
    centre of view. This is especially useful for
    programmes like the News when the speaker
    in the centre of the picture needs to be seen
    clearly.

    FULL
    With Full Mode you adapt the picture 16:9
    format while also stretching the centre of
    view. This is an advantage, for example,
    when watching sports games where there is
    no real fixed centre of the picture.

    NORMAL
    You can watch 4:3 programs in 4:3 format by
    switching to Normal Mode function.

    ZOOM 14:9
    Adapts the 14:9 broadcast cinema movies to
    the 14:9 Mode.

    CINEMA (16:9)
    Adapts the 16:9 broadcast cinema movies to
    the 16:9 Mode, thereby getting rid of the
    black borders.

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    16:9



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    Audio Adjustments
    Loudspeakers Sound Volume

    /

    Use the Volume DOWN/UP buttons
    /
    to increase/decrease the
    volume level. The volume indicator will appear on the screen.
    Note:

    To adjust the headphones volume, see the SOUND menu on
    page 21.

    Sound Mute button
    Press the button to mute the sound. “MUTE” appears on the screen.
    Press the button again to turn the sound back on.

    MUTE

    Sound mode button
    Press the button to change the sound mode for the speakers. The
    sound mode will appear on the screen.

    STEREO

    Depending on the sound transmission the sound reproduction can be
    chosen as indicated below:
    When the TV set is receiving a STEREO programme, the TV
    selects STEREO automatically, and you can change:
    STEREO ǟǞ MONO
    When the TV is receiving a BILINGUAL programme, the TV
    selects DUAL CHANNEL A automatically, and you can change:
    DUAL CHANNEL AǟǞDUAL CHANNEL BǟǞ
    DUAL CHANNEL A BǟǞMONO
    When the TV is receiving a MONO (NICAM) programme, the TV
    set selects MONO NICAM automatically, and you can change:
    MONO NICAMǟǞ MONO (FM)
    When the TV is receiving a MONO (FM) programme, the TV set
    selects MONO automatically but the sound mode cannot be
    changed.
    Note:

    See the Sound Setting Mode (page 21) to change the
    sound mode for the headphones.

    External source: When you are watching the TV set through the EuroSCART, AV-1 or A/V FRONT terminals, the Sound mode button
    is not operative.

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    MONO



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    ■ Sound Setting Mode
    Sound quality (VOLUME, BASS, TREBLE, BALANCE, NORMALISE, SOUND MODE and SPATIAL EXPANDER) are
    adjustable in this menu.
    MAIN menu

    1. Press the MENU button b to see the MAIN menu.
    2. Press the GREEN button
    to see the SOUND menu.

    GREEN

    SOUND menu

    3. Press the RED button
    the GREEN button

    to select LOUDSPEAKERS or press
    to select HEADPHONES.

    4. Press the Channel UP/DOWN buttons

    VOLUME

    LOUDSPEAKERS

    BASS

    / CH
    to select
    an option from the list: VOLUME, BASS, TREBLE, BALANCE or
    NORMALISE.
    CH

    TREBLE
    BALANCE

    The selected option will appear in white letters on a blue background.


    5. Adjust the sound quality according to your preferences with the
    Volume DOWN/UP buttons

    /

    NORMALISE

    .

    ˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾˾

    LOUDSPEAKERS

    RED

    HEADPHONES

    GREEN

    NORMALISE
    Select NORMALISE and press the MENU button b to normalise
    audio levels to default factory settings.

    6. Press the Channel DOWN button

    VOLUME

    LOUDSPEAKERS

    BASS

    to see more options:
    SPEAKERS (Mode), HEADPHONES (Mode), EFFECTS, SOUND
    IDENT., and DYNAMIC BASS.
    CH

    TREBLE

    BALANCE

    NORMALISE



    Press the
    MENU button
    to normalise...

    SOUND mode

    7. Press the Channel UP/DOWN buttons

    CH

    /

    to select:

    CH

    LOUDSPEAKERS or HEADPHONES.

    LOUDSPEAKERS

    Press the Volume DOWN/UP buttons
    /
    to change the
    sound mode, as indicated on page 20, in the section Sound
    mode button.

    8. Select EFFECTS* and press the Volume DOWN/UP buttons

    HEADPHONES
    EFFECTS

    /

    SOUND
    IDENT.

    to activate or deactivate the SPATIAL EXPANDER
    effect.

    DYNAMIC
    BASS.

    9. Select SOUND IDENT.** to activate (ON) or deactivate (OFF) the
    10. Select DYNAMIC BASS.*** and select the desired mode from
    OFF, MEDIUM, and STRONG.

    11. Press the MENU button b to close the menu.

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    automatic identification of audio system of the current program.

    STEREO



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    * EFFECTS
    SPATIAL EXPANDER: The spatial expander effect depends on whether the feed is MONO or STEREO.
    If the source feed is MONO, it produces a “Pseudo Stereo” effect.
    If the source feed is STEREO, it produces a spatial expander effect, expanding the stereophonic image.
    BYPASS: The BYPASS effect deactivates the SPATIAL EXPANDER.
    Note: The SPATIAL EXPANDER effect does not work with headphones.
    ** SOUND IDENT.
    SOUND IDENT. ON: TV automatically identifies the sintonized audio system MONO FM, STEREO NICAM or DUAL
    NICAM SIGNAL.
    SOUND IDENT. OFF: Disqualifies the automatic identification of the audio system and forces the sound into MONO FM.
    This mode can be convenient when the level of the signal received is extremely weak. This function is independent for
    every program.
    *** DYNAMIC BASS. system extends the frequency range of loudspeakers to create different bass effects.

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    Features Setting Mode
    In this mode you can set the ON-TIMER and OFF-TIMER, set the CHILD LOCK, view the all functions implemented in
    your TV set demonstration and set the POSTCODE.

    ■ ON TIMER
    The On-Timer is used to automatically switch on the TV set during the day.

    1. Press the MENU button b to see the MAIN menu.
    2. Press the YELLOW button
    to see the FEATURES menu.
    3. Press the Channel UP/DOWN buttons CH
    / CH
    to select an
    option from the list:
    ON TIMER, OFF TIMER, CHILD LOCK, DEMO or POSTCODE.
    The selected item will appear on screen in white letters on a blue
    background.

    4. Press the Volume UP button

    MAIN menu

    YELLOW

    FEATURES menu - ON TIMER

    to select the TIME (current time)

    in white letters.

    ON TIMER

    5. To programme the current TIME: In order to be able to run this

    TIME
    08:30
    SWITCH ON **:**

    OFF TIMER

    function, it is essential to adjust the current time.
    CHILD LOCK

    Automatic TIME adjustment: If you are receiving a channel with
    Teletext, the TIME is automatically synchronized with the Teletext
    clock.



    * Important: If a signal via satellite is being received, or if correct
    time cannot be obtained, the time will have to be adjusted
    manually.

    DEMO

    CANCEL

    Manual TIME adjustment: To adjust the time manually, this
    should be done with the 0 ~ 9 digit buttons.

    GREEN

    6. Press the Volume UP button
    to select: SWITCH ON in white letters.
    7. Adjusting the SWITCH ON Time. Once the current TIME has been adjusted, the SWITCH ON Time can be set with
    the 0 ~ 9 digit buttons.
    The GREEN button

    is used to cancel the SWITCH ON function.

    8. Press the MENU button b to close the menu.
    9. Press the Stand-by button (
    TV) on the remote control to put the TV into switch on Stand-by Mode.
    LED indicator on the TV set turns RED to ORANGE during ON TIMER is activated.
    Note:

    As a safety precaution, in the case of nobody being home when the television switches on automatically, the
    television will disconnect itself after 120 minutes; if it is to continue to run, any button on the remote control
    functions should be pressed.
    In the event of a power cut, disconnection from the plug or television switch, all the data on the ON TIMER
    will be cancelled.

    ■ OFF TIMER

    FEATURES menu - OFF TIMER

    The OFF TIMER automatically switches the TV set to Stand-by Mode
    after a predetermined period, (30, 60, 90 or 120 minutes).
    First follow the above steps 1., 2. and 3. to see the FEATURES menuOFF TIMER.

    1. Pressing the Volume UP button

    , select the desired period in

    ON TIMER
    OFF TIMER
    CHILD LOCK

    white letters.
    Select OFF to deactivate off-timer.

    DEMO

    2. Press the MENU button b to close the menu.
    The OFF TIMER data will be cancelled if you turn off the TV
    by the Stand-by button (
    TV) on the remote control or
    with the main power button (®) on the TV set.

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    Note:

    0FF
    120 Min.
    90 Min.
    60 Min.
    30 Min.



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    ■ Child Lock (Channel Block)
    You can lock a TV channel to prevent unsupervised TV viewing by following these procedures; the protection can apply
    to the television itself LOCK ALL or to specific programmes LOCK PROG.. With the CHILD LOCK function, you can also
    programme a time period during which the TV will be protected.
    MAIN menu

    1. Press the MENU button b to see the MAIN menu.
    2. Press the YELLOW button
    to see the FEATURES menu.

    YELLOW

    FEATURES menu

    3. Press the Channel DOWN button

    twice to select CHILD
    LOCK in white letters on a blue background.
    CH

    4. Press the MENU button b to see the CHILD LOCK menu.
    5. Press the Channel UP/DOWN buttons CH
    / CH
    to select an
    option from the list:
    LOCK ALL, LOCK PROGRAMME or CLEAR LOCK
    The selected item will appear on screen in a blue box.

    ON TIMER
    OFF TIMER
    CHILD LOCK
    DEMO

    Press the MENU
    button to enter
    the CHILD LOCK
    menu.


    CHILD LOCK menu - LOCK ALL

    LOCK ALL
    Select this option for protecting the access to the whole TV.
    If necessary, repeat steps 1. to 4. to see the CHILD LOCK menu.

    LOCK ALL

    1. Press the Volume UP button

    to select the protection type
    LOCK PROG.

    (white letters):
    Select NONE: To cancel the protection.

    NONE
    ALWAYS LOCKED
    START:
    STOP:

    CLEAR LOCK

    Select ALWAYS LOCKED: The access to the TV will be protected
    throughout the day.
    Select START: /STOP: to block access to the TV during the
    desired period of time. Enter the hours and minutes using the 0 ~
    9 digit buttons to set the starting and ending times of the lock
    period.

    2. Press the GREEN button

    to memorize.

    From this time forward, whenever the protection conditions are met,
    the screen will be blocked and the “LOCKED MODE” message will be
    displayed.
    Press any number key on the remote control to unlock the TV.
    Note:

    Since the “key” for unlocking the TV is the remote control,
    make sure you do not misplace it.

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    MEMORIZE

    GREEN



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    LOCK PROGRAMME
    Select this option to protect the access to separate programmes.

    1. Press the MENU button b to see the MAIN menu.
    2. Select the programme channel number you want to protect using
    the 0 ~ 9 digit buttons or the Channel UP/DOWN buttons
    CH
    .

    CH

    /

    3. Repeat steps 1. to 4. (page 24) to see the CHILD LOCK menu.
    4. Press the Channel DOWN button CH
    to select LOCK PROG.

    LOCK PROGRAMME menu

    (blue background).

    5. Press the Volume UP button

    to select the protection type

    LOCK ALL

    (white letters):
    Select NONE: To cancel the protection from the selected
    programme.

    LOCK PROG.
    CLEAR LOCK

    NONE
    ALWAYS LOCKED
    START:
    STOP:

    Select ALWAYS LOCKED: To protect the access from the
    selected programme throughout the day.
    Select START:/STOP: to block access to the selected channel
    during the desired period of time. Enter the hours and minutes
    using the 0 ~ 9 digit buttons set the starting and ending times of
    the lock period.

    MEMORIZE

    GREEN

    6. Press the GREEN button

    to memorize.
    From this time forward, whenever the protection conditions are
    met, the screen will be blocked and the “LOCKED MODE”
    message will be displayed.
    Press any digit button to unlock the TV.
    Note:

    Since the “key” for unlocking the TV is the remote
    control, make sure you do not misplace it.

    CLEAR LOCK

    CLEAR LOCK menu

    This option enables you to erase all the adjustments made to the CHILDLOCK function.
    If necessary repeat steps 1. to 4. (page 24) to see the CHILD LOCK menu.

    1. Press the Channel UP button CH
    to select CLEAR LOCK.
    2. Press the MENU button b to confirm that you want to initialize the
    CHILD LOCK system.

    LOCK ALL
    LOCK PROG.
    CLEAR LOCK

    3. Press the MENU button b to clear the on-screen display.
    4. Use the CLEAR LOCK to cancel any previously set CHILD LOCK

    Press the menu
    button to clear
    the child lock
    system.

    programmes to avoid malfunction when a new program is set.

    Note: In order for the timed protection to function correctly, the internal TV clock must be set at the right time.
    To check the time setting see section Automatic or Manual TIME adjustment on page 23.

    ■ Demo
    The demonstration function allows you to see all the menus implemented
    in this TV set.

    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.

    Press the MENU button b to see the MAIN menu.
    Press the YELLOW button

    ON TIMER

    to see the FEATURES menu.

    Press the Channel DOWN button

    CH

    to select DEMO.

    OFF TIMER
    CHILD LOCK

    Press the MENU button b to begin the demonstration.

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    DEMO



    Press any button on remote control to exit this function when you
    wish.

    Press the MENU
    button to start
    the DEMO.



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    ■ Postcode
    This option allows you to set a code, which will be displayed at TV switch on time. There is a password to change the
    code.

    1. Press the MENU button b to see the MAIN menu.
    2. Press the YELLOW button
    to see the FEATURES menu.
    3. Press the Channel UP button CH
    to see the POSTCODE
    menu.

    POSTCODE menu
    ENTER PSW (Password)

    4. ENTER PSW (Password): enter the 4-digit using the 0 ~ 9 digit
    buttons.
    It is indispensable to enter the password in order to continue
    configuring the postcode.

    POSTCODE

    ENTER PSW
    ----

    Password set

    5. When the password has been set:
    Press the RED button
    to change the password or
    Press the GREEN button
    to memorize the password and to
    have access to the next item.

    POSTCODE

    ENTER PSW
    ****

    RED BUTTON: CHANGE PASSWORD
    GREEN BUTTON: CONTINUE


    ENTER CODE (Postcode)

    6. ENTER CODE (Postcode): Press the Channel UP/DOWN
    buttons CH
    / CH
    to set or change the first letter/number.
    Letters A to Z of the alphabet, a blank space and the numbers 0
    to 9 will appear sequentially.

    7. Press the Volume DOWN/UP buttons

    /
    for changing the
    position of the cursor and Channel UP/DOWN buttons CH
    /
    CH
    for changing the letters (repeat this action for other
    letters/numbers).

    8. When you have finished the eighth letter, press the BLUE button

    POSTCODE

    ENTER CODE
    -------

    *

    Press BLUE button to confirm.

    Postcode set

    to confirm the postcode.

    9. When the postcode has been set:
    Press the GREEN button
    Press the RED button

    POSTCODE

    to activate the postcode or
    if you wish to cancel all the data.

    Postcode: If you enter and memorise your postcode, in the event of
    loss or the set being stolen and later recovered, the postcode can be
    used to identify your TV.
    Note:

    As a precautionary measure, make a note of your Password
    and the Postcode, and keep it in a familiar place.

    IF YOU LOSE OR FORGET YOUR PASSWORD, CONTACT YOUR
    TECHNICAL SERVICE OR DEALER.

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    ENTER CODE

    ********

    DEACTIVATE: RED BUTTON.
    ACTIVATE : GREEN BUTTON



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    VCR Mode
    SHARP VCR can be operated using the TV remote control.
    Channel UP/DOWN buttons (VCR) CH
    /
    These buttons are used for changing channels and setting the timer.
    Play button
    Press this button to start playback.
    Record button
    Press this button to start recording. If the video cassette is protected
    against recording, it will be ejected.
    Stop button
    Press this button to stop playback or recording.
    Power button (
    VCR)
    Press this button to turn your VCR on.
    Fast forward/picture search forward button
    Rewind/picture search reverse button
    Both these buttons have the following function:

    Fast forwarding and Rewinding

    1. To move through the cassette faster, press the Stop button
    stop and then press the
    the cassette.

    2. Press the Stop button

    or

    to
    button to fast forward or rewind

    to stop fast forward or rewind.

    Picture Search

    1. During playback, press the
    the

    button for forward picture search, or
    button for reverse search.

    2. Press the Play button

    to resume normal playback.

    For further details, please refer to operation manual of your VCR.

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    Other Features
    TV/VIDEO button (TV/VIDEO)
    With this button you can select either source of input for the TV.

    1. When the TV/VIDEO button b is first pressed, the TV/Video menu

    TV/Video menu

    appears and TV mode changes to VIDEO mode. The screen is
    displayed in the last VIDEO mode.

    2. Press the the corresponding COLOUR button

    to select one
    of the input sources, as indicated in the diagram.
    If you press any COLOUR button
    during VIDEO mode, the
    TV/Video menu will appear again.

    Note:

    Each time the corresponding COLOUR button
    is
    pressed, AV1/S-VIDEO and FRONT/FRONT S-VIDEO
    change as indicated below.

    GREEN button
    : AV-1ǟǞ S-VIDEO
    BLUE button
    : FRONTǟǞ FRONT S-VIDEO
    The selected input will appear on the screen.

    RED

    GREEN

    BLUE

    YELLOW

    3. Press the TV/VIDEO button b again, and you will exit the menu
    and VIDEO mode will change back to TV mode.

    CLOCK button
    Press the button to display the current time on the screen.
    Note:

    That this function operates only if the station you are tuned
    to broadcasts a teletext signal.

    Headphone jack
    The headphone jack is located behind the door.
    How to open the door: Press the top of the door, opening it slightly
    hook your finger inside and pull open.

    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.

    Press the MENU button b to see the MAIN menu.
    Press the GREEN button

    to see the SOUND menu.

    Press the GREEN button

    to select HEADPHONE VOLUME.

    Adjust the headphone volume with the Volume DOWN/UP
    buttons.

    DOOR
    /
    BEHIND THE DOOR

    Caution: To protect your ears, reduce the volume of headphones
    before connecting them.

    5. Make sure that you insert the headphone plug all the way.
    6. Press the MENU button b to close the menu.
    Note:

    3.5 mm ø jack plug
    Earphone or headphone
    Impedance 16~600 ohms

    The SPATIAL EXPANDER effect cannot be adjusted for the
    headphones.

    Sub-titles button
    This set has a quick access function for teletext subtitles, so that they
    can be selected by the press of one button. Simply press the button
    on the remote control whilst in viewing mode (I.E. not teletext etc.) and
    subtitles will automatically be selected and displayed on the screen.
    To exit this mode, press button
    again on the remote control.

    Channel Call button

    BBC1:

    01

    STEREO

    OFF TIMER:

    120 Min.

    TIMER:

    10:30

    Press the button to display the current programme number and the
    ON TIMER:
    18:00
    sound mode on the screen. The name if it has been set, the remaining
    time for off-timer, the real-timer and the on-timer, if they have been
    set, are also displayed on the screen.
    Press the button again to make the on-screen disappear.
    If the channel you are viewing has been set to be skipped with the channel skip function, the programme number is
    displayed in red. If the channel was fine-tuned, programme number will be displayed in yellow.

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    TELETEXT Mode
    What is Teletext?
    Teletext is an information service, organized like a magazine, which is
    provided by some television stations in addition to regular television
    broadcasting. Your television receives special Teletext signals
    broadcast by a TV station, processes the information and displays it
    graphically on the screen. News, weather and sports information,
    stock exchange prices, program previews and closed captioning for
    the deaf are among the many services available through Teletext.
    Teletext information is organized much like a magazine: according to
    pages and sub-pages. The basic unit of displayed information is the
    page. A sub-page is one of a series of pages.
    Teletext reception is controlled by using the remote control. Refer to
    the appropriate button descriptions for operation of the Teletext
    functions.

    Teletext features
    Depending on the TV programme, the Teletext pages are transmitted
    using different systems. Your SHARP TV is adjusted to receive 2
    Teletext systems, namely FLOF and LIST, which are automatically
    identified by the receiver.
    The user can easily identify them by the manner in which they appear
    on the screen.
    FLOF

    NEWS

    RED

    SPORTS

    LIST

    MOVIE

    WEATHER

    GREEN YELLOW BLUE

    RED

    GREEN YELLOW BLUE

    To switch ON and switch OFF the Teletext

    1. Select a TV channel which is broadcasting the Teletext
    programme you would like to watch.

    2. Press the TEXT/MIX/PICTURE button

    twice to select

    the Teletext Mode.
    Teletext information will appear on the screen.

    3. Press the TEXT/MIX/PICTURE button

    twice to go out

    from Teletext Mode.

    Page Selection
    Fast Page Selection
    Select the appropriate programme channel.
    Press the TEXT/MIX/PICTURE button
    twice to select the
    Teletext Mode.
    To recall a page number displayed in the coloured brackets, simply
    press the corresponding COLOUR button
    .
    0~9 digit buttons

    ~

    Enter a desired page number with the 0 ~ 9 digit buttons. (To select
    P.100: press 1, 0, 0).
    Page selector (

    CH

    /

    CH

    )

    You can sequentially select page numbers by pressing the Channel
    UP/DOWN buttons CH
    / CH
    .

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    ■ Other Teletext features
    TEXT/MIX/PICTURE button
    TV Mode: Press the TEXT/MIX/PICTURE button
    to select SPLIT SCREEN Mode (Picture & Teletext). This
    feature allows the user to watch a Teletext page on the right hand side of the screen while on the left hand side is
    shown the normal TV programme.
    SPLIT SCREEN Mode: Press the TEXT/MIX/PICTURE button

    to select the Teletext Mode.

    TELETEXT Mode: Press the button again to superimpose a Teletext broadcast onto the current TV programme screen
    (mixed Mode).
    MIXED Mode: Press the button again to return to the normal TV screen (current program).
    SPLIT SCREEN Mode

    HALF PAGE button
    Each time you press the button, the upper/lower half of the Teletext page is magnified and displayed on the screen.

    HOLD button
    Any Teletext page or subpage can be held on the screen by pressing the HOLD button
    Press the button again to cancel the HOLD Mode.

    .

    REVEAL button
    Press this button to reveal hidden information such as the answer to a quiz.
    Press the button again to hide the information.

    CLOCK button
    TV Mode: When the TV signal with TEXT data is received, by pressing this button the real time information will appear
    on the top left area of the screen.
    Teletext Mode: When a selected Teletext page has hidden subpages or timed pages, these pages can be seen by the
    following manner:

    1. Press the CLOCK button
    . Screen will show “= = = = ”
    2. Enter 4 digits corresponding to the subpage desired. E.g. 0021 for subpage number 21.
    3. Wait until the page appears.
    Note:

    You can use this button together with the CANCEL button
    . This means that you can view the main TV
    picture until the subpage has been found. The on screen
    icon at the top left side of the screen will change
    when the subpage has been found.
    Press the TEXT/MIX/PICTURE button
    to view the subpage.

    CANCEL button
    With this button Teletext information is cancelled and TV picture is restored.
    Indication is shown on screen.
    In this position, the TV programme cannot be changed, being in Teletext/Cancelled mode. When a change takes place
    in the Teletext information, the upper time of the cancelled page or some other indication of special pages is shown on
    screen. To uncancel, press TEXT/MIX/PICTURE button
    and the whole Teletext is shown.
    Note:

    This button can be used together with the CLOCK button
    while awaiting subpages.
    If you are in SPLIT SCREEN mode (Picture & Teletext) the CANCEL button
    is not available.

    LIST button
    Pressing this button you force the Teletext to LIST Mode. It means that row 24 (bottom row of Teletext) will not have
    transmitter information, only the pages that you have previously stored in the memory.
    More information on Teletext Page memory List (page 31).
    Pressing LIST button again we go out from LIST Mode and system is going to be identified again (FLOF).

    INDEX button
    Press the Index button

    to return back to index page.

    RESET button
    Press the reset button

    to return back to index page and go out from Teletext mode.
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  • Page 32

    SPLIT SCREEN (LIST mode)
    This feature allows the user to watch a Teletext page (in LIST Mode)
    on the right hand side of the screen while on the left hand side is
    shown the normal TV programme.
    To activate this mode, press any colour button
    when you are
    watching a TV programme with Teletext information and the display
    page will be page memorized in LIST mode (see LIST Mode).
    To exit from SPLIT SCREEN (LIST Mode) press the MENU button b.
    Note:

    If there is not TXT transmission, a black box appears.

    When using SPLIT SCREEN (LIST Mode) only the following TXT buttons are active:










    COLOUR buttons
    0~ 9 digit buttons
    HALF PAGE button
    HOLD button

    REVEAL button
    CLOCK button
    (Timed pages)
    STORE button
    TEXT/MIX/PICTURE button

    (TXT off)

    Pressing any other button allows to return on normal TV Mode resetting the SPLIT SCREEN (LIST Mode) feature.

    ■ Teletext operation - LIST Mode Teletext Page memory List
    How to Operate Page Memory
    Your TV has 40 Teletext page number memories for fast recall of Teletext information.
    In programme positions 1 through 9, four Teletext page numbers can be stored in each position; a total of 36 pages.
    In programme positions 10 through 99, only one programme with 4 page numbers can be stored. If you try to store
    more than 4 page numbers in a programme position between 10 and 99, the previously stored page numbers will be
    erased.

    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.
    8.

    Select the programme channel number into which you want to store Teletext page numbers.
    Press the TEXT/MIX/PICTURE button

    twice to select the Teletext mode.

    Press the LIST button to change from FLOF system to LIST mode.
    Press a COLOUR button

    corresponding to the coloured brackets on the screen for page number storage.

    Enter the Teletext page number using the 0 ~ 9 digit buttons (enter three digits).
    Repeat steps 4. and 5. until the numbers for the desired pages are entered.
    Press the STORE button

    to memorize the page numbers you require. The symbol

    Press the TEXT/MIX/PICTURE button

    appears on the screen.

    twice to exit the Teletext Mode.

    Fast Page Selection - LIST Mode -

    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.

    Select the appropriate programme channel.
    Press the TEXT/MIX/PICTURE button

    twice to select the Teletext Mode.

    Press the LIST button to change from FLOF system to LIST Mode.
    To recall a page number displayed in the coloured brackets, simply press the corresponding COLOUR button
    Press the LIST button again to return to FLOF Mode.

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  • Page 33

    21-pin Euro-SCART and 21-pin Audio/Video
    ■ REAR TV
    21-pin In/Out

    1. 21-pin Audio/Video (AV-2)
    With PAL/SECAM/NTSC Video Input

    2. 21-pin Audio/Video (AV-1)
    With PAL/SECAM/NTSC/S-Video Input

    3. 21-pin Euro-SCART (RGB)
    With PAL/SECAM/NTSC Video Input.

    1

    20
    21

    18

    19

    16

    17

    14

    15

    12

    13

    10

    11

    8
    9

    6
    7

    4
    5

    2

    3

    2
    3
    21

    1

    ■ 21-pin Euro-SCART (RGB)
    1. Audio right output

    8. Audio-video control

    15. Red input

    2. Audio right input

    9. Earth for green

    16. Red/Green/Blue control

    3. Audio left output

    10. Not used

    17. Earth for video

    4. Common earth for audio

    11. Green input

    18. Earth for Red/Green/Blue control

    5. Earth for blue

    12. Not used

    19. Video output

    6. Audio left input

    13. Earth for red

    20. Video input (PAL/SECAM/NTSC)

    7. Blue input

    14. Not used

    21. Plug shield

    ■ 21-pin Audio/Video (AV-1)
    1. Audio right output

    8. Audio-video control

    15. Chroma S-Video input

    2. Audio right input

    9. Earth

    16. Not used

    3. Audio left output

    10. Not used

    17. Earth for video

    4. Common earth for audio

    11. Not used

    18. Earth

    5. Earth

    12. Not used

    19. Video output

    6. Audio left input

    13. Earth

    20. Video input (PAL/SECAM/NTSC/S-Video)

    7. Not used

    14. Not used

    21. Plug shield

    ■ 21-pin Audio/Video (AV-2)
    1. Audio right output
    2. Audio right input

    8. Audio-video control

    15. Not used

    9. Earth

    16. Not used

    3. Audio left output

    10. Not used

    17. Earth for video

    4. Common earth for audio

    11. Not used

    18. Earth

    5. Earth

    12. Not used

    19. Video output

    6. Audio left input

    13. Earth

    20. Video input (PAL/SECAM/NTSC)

    7. Not used

    14. Not used

    21. Plug shield

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  • Page 34

    Typical Connections (Videorecorder/Decoder/DVD and TV)
    through the 21-pin Euro-SCART
    Please refer to the operation manual of your VCR for details.

    Typical connection (Videorecorder and TV) through the RF terminal
    and Decoder through 21-pin Euro-Scart
    VCR
    RF out

    RF in

    SCART/AV

    TV

    RF in

    21 -pin Euro-SCART

    Decoder

    Typical connection (DVD, Decoder and TV) through the 21-pin Euro-SCART

    SCART/AV

    TV

    RF in

    DVD player
    Video out

    Audio out

    21-pin Euro-SCART

    Decoder

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  • Page 35

    Typical connection (VIDEO CAMERA and TV) through the A/V FRONT

    Note: For further details, please refer to operation manual of your Video camera.

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  • Page 36

    Troubleshooting
    If the fault cannot be corrected by using this guide, remove the mains plug from the wall socket and contact the dealer
    or supplier from whom it was purchased. Where this is not possible, please visit our web-site at
    www.sharp.co.uk/support. Customers without Internet access may telephone 08705 274277 (or (01) 676 0648 if
    telephoning from Ireland) during office hours.
    Certain replacement parts and accessories may be obtained from our Main Parts Distributor, who can be contacted on
    the following numbers:
    Willow Vale Electronics Ltd.
    0121 766 5414 and 0161 205 7531

    ● ●

    Remote control does not work




    Bars on screen
    Picture distorted





    Picture rolls vertically





    No colour







    Poor reception on some channels







    Picture weak







    Picture lines or streaks



    Picture ghosting



    Picture blurred



    Sound OK, picture poor



    Picture OK, sound poor



    No picture or sound
































    ● ●

    35





    Increase the volume

    Check if the Brightness or Contrast setting in the picture
    setting mode might be all the way to the minus side







    Try fine tuning to correct






    Check batteries in the Remote Control

    Adjust COLOUR control

    Turn OFF using the Main Power button,
    then turn ON again after a minute

    Check for local interference

    If outside antenna is used,
    check for broken wires

    Antenna not connected to terminal
    at the back of the TV set

    Main power button of TV not ON

    TV not plugged in Outlet power OFF

    Problems

    Possible Causes/Remedies

    Quick
    Service
    Check List

    Try a new channel to check
    for possible station trouble

    In the unlikely event of this equipment requiring repair during the guarantee period, you will need to provide proof of the
    date of purchase to the repairing company. Please keep your invoice or Receipt, which is supplied at the time of
    purchasing.










  • Page 37

    General Specifications for Television Receiver
    Item :

    IC Solid State Colour TV Receiver

    Models:

    28JF-73H/32JF-73H

    Receiving Broadcast Standard

    CCIR TV Standard system PAL- I

    Receiving Channel

    VHF :
    UHF :
    CATV:

    Receiving System

    Sound:
    Colour System:
    Field Frequency:

    IR A-J (CH 01 - CH 09)
    CH 21 - CH 69 (I 21 - 69)
    CC 01 - CC 68 (Hyperband)

    FM MONO
    DIGITAL STEREO NICAM
    PAL (SECAM & NTSC by AV inputs)
    PAL 50/60 Hz Capability

    Power Source

    220V-240V AC 50Hz

    Power Consumption at 240V AC 50Hz

    77 W max.

    100 W max.

    Power Consumption at (Stand-by)

    3 W max.

    3 W max.

    10 + 10 W (mpo)

    10 + 10 W (mpo)

    824.0m/m.
    495.0 m/m.
    508.0 m/m.

    930.0m/m.
    558.0 m/m.
    563.0 m/m.

    Viewing Area (diagonal measurement)

    66 cm (28")

    76 cm (32")

    Weight (Approx.)

    37 Kg

    52 Kg

    Speaker (2 pcs.)

    6x13 cm

    6x13 cm

    Antenna Input Impedance

    VHF/UHF 75 ohm Unbalanced

    Safety

    CE - MARK

    EMC

    CE - MARK

    Accessories & etc.
    a) User Instruction
    b) Quick Start Guide
    c) Typical Connections
    d) Remote Control
    e) Battery

    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    2 pcs.

    28JF-73H

    Audio Output:Internal speaker:

    Left/Right:

    Dimensions (Approx.)

    width:
    height:
    depth:

    Other Features list
    ● Digital Comb Filter
    ● Auto Installation System
    ● ACSS function (Auto Channel Sorting System)
    ● 99 Channel Programming System
    ● Cable and Hyperband
    ● Teletext
    ● OSD System (On Screen Display)
    ● Tint Control
    ● NTSC Hue Control
    ● ECO mode
    ● Wide Mode Function

    32JF-73H

    ● Digital Stereo NICAM
    ● ON-OFF Timer
    ● Child Lock System
    ● 21-pin Euro SCART Connector (RGB)
    ● 21-pin Audio/Video Connector (AV-1) with S-Video Input
    ● 21-pin Audio/Video Connector (AV-2)
    ● Front Audio/Video Input Terminal
    ● NTSC Playback AV Input
    ● Front S-Video Input Terminal
    ● Blue Back Noise Mute Function
    ● Headphone Terminal

    NOTE: THE “AV LINK” FUNCTION IS NOT AVAILABLE IN THIS MODEL.

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    Index
    21-pin Audio/Video......................................................32
    21-pin Euro-SCART (RGB) ........................................32

    M
    Main power button .......................................................9
    Manual Channel Preset ........................................12, 13
    Menu Structures .........................................................10
    Mono ..........................................................................20

    A
    Accessories...................................................................3
    After preset has been performed ................................14
    Antenna Connections ...................................................6
    Audio Adjustments ......................................................20
    Auto Channel Preset ..................................................11
    Auto Installation System ...............................................7
    Automatic Channel Sorting System ........................7, 11

    N
    NTSC HUE..................................................................17

    O
    OFF-Timer .................................................................23
    ON-Timer ...................................................................23
    Other Features ..........................................................28

    B
    Balance ......................................................................21
    Bass ...........................................................................21
    Bilingual .....................................................................20
    Blue background off-timer ............................................9
    Brightness ..................................................................16

    P
    Picture Adjustments ...................................................16
    Postcode .....................................................................26

    R
    C

    REAR TV .....................................................................5
    Remote control .............................................................4
    Remote Control Battery Installation .............................3
    ROTATION .................................................................17

    Clock button ...............................................................28
    Colour ........................................................................16
    Comb filter ..................................................................17
    Contrast .....................................................................16
    Controls & Terminals ...................................................5
    Current time ...............................................................23
    Channel Selection ......................................................15
    Child Lock (Channel Block) .......................................24

    S
    Safety Precaution .........................................................2
    Sharpness ..................................................................16
    SKIP ...........................................................................14
    Sorting (Programme) ...................................................8
    Sound Mute ................................................................20
    Sound Setting Mode ..................................................21
    Specifications .............................................................36
    Stand-by button ............................................................9
    Stereo .......................................................................20
    Switching on .................................................................9

    D
    Delete (Programme) ....................................................8
    Demonstration ............................................................25

    E
    ECO mode ..................................................................17
    Edit (Programme) .........................................................8

    T
    F

    Teletext ......................................................................29
    Tint control .................................................................16
    Treble .........................................................................21
    Troubleshooting .........................................................35
    TV/VIDEO button .......................................................28
    Typical connections ...................................................33

    Features Setting Mode ...............................................23
    Fine tuning .................................................................14
    FLOF (Teletext) ..........................................................29
    FRONT TV ...................................................................5

    G
    Guarantee .....................................................................1

    V

    H

    Volume (Headphones) ................................................21
    Volume (Loudspeakers)........................................20, 21

    Headphone jack .........................................................28

    W
    L

    Wide mode..................................................................18

    LIST (Teletext) ...............................................29, 30, 31

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  • Page 39

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