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Manual de instrucciones JVC - AV-14JT5EU, AV-21JT5EU

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VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED

PMJV1V2022
0500-T-CR-DW

2000 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED

COLOUR TELEVISION

VIDEO AUDIO

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TV/AV

INSTRUCTIONS

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    A V -14JT5EU / A V -21JT5EU AV-14JT5EUAV-21JT5EU VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED PMJV1V20220500-T-CR-DW  2000 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED COLOUR TELEVISION VIDEO AUDIO P TV/AV INSTRUCTIONS
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    ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONS FOR THE SET SOLD IN GREAT BRITAINThe appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin main plug fitted with 5Amp fuse.Should the fuse require replacement, it must be replaced with a fuse rated at 5 ampand approved by ASTA or BSI to
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    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS ................................ 2 BEFORE LAUNCHING ......................................... 3 CONNECTING THE EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT .... 4 IDENTITY OF FEATURES ON LOCAL ANDREMOTE CONTROL ............................................ 6 INSTALLATION......................................................
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    2 IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS WATER AND MOISTURE Never install the set in the following places; In a wet basement, bath-room. Do not place any container with liquid on the set. HEAT Never place the set near heat sources. VENTILATION Do not cover the ventilation
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    3 INSERTING BATTERIES INTO THE CONTROL UNIT Insert the batteries (two 1.5V, type AAA(R03)) MAINS CONNECTION Plug the mains cable into the power socket with230V/50Hz AC. AERIAL CONNECTION When using an outdoor aerial, it is usually con-nected to the set by
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    4 TV and AVUse the AV button on the remote control, or on the front of the set to select one of thethree options. Whenever the AV button is pressed, on the on-screen display will bechanged as shown: AV S-VHS TV SCART JACK ( ): This is used to connect a VCR
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    5 FRONT AV JACK (AUDIO/VIDEO)Connect the AV (Audio/Video) socket with an appreciate cable to the correspondingsocket of the external equipment.Select AV mode by pressing the AV button.Press the AV button to return to the TV mode.Note that you can play only
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    6 IDENTITY OF FEATURES ON LOCAL AND REMOTE CONTROL LOCAL CONTROL Front VIDEO AUDIO P TV/AV VIDEO AUDIO P TV/AV MAIN POWER BUTTON PROGRAMME DOWN/UP BUTTONS VOLUME DOWN/UP BUTTONS AV BUTTON STAND-BY INDICATOR REMOTESENSOR VIDEO INPUT AUDIO INPUT HEAD PHONE
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    7 1 POWER 2 NUMBER 0-9 3 P. MODE/OK 4 AV 5 (PR/CURSOR) UP 6 VOLUME UP (CURSOR RIGHT) 7 MENU 8 (PR/CURSOR) DOWN 9 VOLUME DOWN (CURSOR LEFT) 10 MUTING 11 RECALL 12 SLEEP 13 Not used 14 MOVE 15 SKIP 16 TV/TEXT 17 DELETE 18 MODE 19 VCR/ /DVD switch 20 VCR/DVD
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    8 USING THE MENU A U T O SETUP INSTALLATION Read this “INSTALLATION” before using the TV for the first time. 1 Press the MENU button to dis-play the MENU.To exit the MENU, press theMENU button again. 2 Select the sub-menu title with the UP/DOWN buttons,
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    9 LANGU A GE SELECTION 1 Select LANGUAGE from theMENU with the UP/DOWN but-tons, then press the RIGHT but-ton. P P Menu Picture TimerLanguageInstall P P DeutschItalianoEspanolNederlandsSvenska English Francais 2 Select the required language with theUP/DOWN
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    10 USING THE EDIT MENU SKIP INSTALLATION 1 Select INSTALL from the MENU with the UP/DOWN buttons, then press theRIGHT button. Menu Picture TimerLanguageInstall P P Menu PictureTimerLanguage Install P P Install Auto setup Manual tuneFine tuneEdit 3 Use the
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    11 2 Select EDIT with the UP/DOWN buttons, then press the RIGHT button. P P Install Auto set up Manual tune u Fine tune Edit P P EditPr Name Ch Picture Sound Skip 01 ----- C01 Euro BG No 02 ----- C07 Euro BG No 03 ----- C25 Euro BG No 04 ----- C35 Euro I
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    12 MO VE CH. (CHANNEL) INSTALLATION 1 The MOVE function can be usedto move a channel to a differentprogramme number. Press theMOVE button to start the MOVEfunction. 2 Use the UP/DOWN buttons to selectthe programme number to which youwant to move the channel
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    13 1 If the picture is not displayedcorrectly, use the PICTURE func-tion to change the colour system.Use the LEFT/RIGHT buttons tomove the cursor to below “PIC-TURE”. 2 Use the UP/DOWN buttons to selectthe colour system which displays thepicture correctly.
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    14 INSTALLATION MANU AL TUNE FINE TUNE Manually register the channel toa programme number. When nomenu is displayed, use the UP/DOWN buttons or the NUMBER0-9 buttons to select the programnumber to which you want toregister the channel. 2 Display the MENU
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    15 3 Select MANUAL TUNE with theUP/DOWN buttons. 4 Press the LEFT/RIGHT buttons tosearch for a channel. Scanning stopswhen the TV finds a channel. The chan-nel is then displayed. P P Install Auto set Manual tune Fine tuneEdit P P Manual tune C32 Pr01 Note:
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    16 DAILY USE SELECTING A PR OGRAMME NUMBER The set has a total of 100 programme numbers, 0...99. The NUMBER button0...9 are used for direct programme selection. In order two digit programme,press the second numbered button within two seconds. Switch through
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    17 RECALL The RECALL button is used to display the current status: programme number,station name, clock. This display appears for 5 seconds unless any button ispressed. ? SLEEP By pressing the SLEEP button repeatedly, you can select one of the followingsettings:0:00
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    18 DAILY USE PICTURE ADJUSTMENT 1 Press the MENU button, thenpress the RIGHT button. 2 Select an item with the UP/DOWNbuttons, then adjust it with the LEFT/RIGHT buttons. MENU Menu Picture TimerLanguageInstall P P Picture Brightness ContrastColourSharpness
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    19 3 When the adjustments have beencompleted, press the MENUbutton twice and exit from theMENU. Note:Your adjustments are automatically stored in theFAVOURITE mode of PICTURE MODEs. Contrast 38 MENU 2 Use the following buttons to operate the menus. Use the
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    20 DAILY USE USING THE TIMER MENU CLOCK 1 Select TIMER from the MENUwith the UP/DOWN buttons, thenpress the RIGHT button. 2 Use the UP/DOWN buttons to selectthe item and use the RIGHT button tomove the cursor to the setting position. Menu Picture TimerLanguageInstall
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    21 3 Perform the settings in accord-ance with the explanations ofCLOCK, WAKE UP and AUTOCLOCK. 4 When the operation has been completed,press the MENU button twice and exitfrom the MENU.When you want to continue and performsome more settings, return to step
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    22 DAILY USE W AKE UP CHILD LOCK 1 You can use the WAKE UP func-tion to automatically turn the TVon at a set time. You can alsoselect the channel to be displayedwhen the TV is turned on.Select WAKE UP from the TIMERmenu with the UP/DOWN buttons,then press
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    23 3 Select TIME with the UP/DOWNbuttons, then press the RIGHTbutton. 4 Use the UP/DOWN buttons and RIGHTbutton to set the time at which you wantthe TV to be turned on. When the set-ting is completed, press the RIGHTbutton. Clock Wake up Time Prog.Auto Clock
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    24 TELETEXT 1-SWITCHING TELETEXT ON/OFF Set the VCR/ /DVD switch to the (text) position, then press the TELETEXT button ( ). To return to the TV mode, press the TELETEXT button again. Note: Some of the buttons may not work if the VCR/ /DVD switch is not
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    25 6-CALLING UP SUBPAGE DIRECTLY Pressing the SUBPAGE, ( ), button, “Sub-Code – – – –” appears beside page number. Enter the subpage number that you want to call up with the NUMBER button 0...9, for exam-ple, the 2nd page, sequence 0002. The desired subpage
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    26 TROUBLESHOOTING • If the plug is disconnected from the AC socket, or the TV aerial has problems, you may think there is a problem with the TV itself. Be sure to check the following before calling for service. IMPORTANT• Review all instructions in this
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    27 Item AV-14JT5EU AV-21JT5EU TV RF systems CCIR B/G, I, D/K, L Colour systems PAL, SECAM (NTSC 3.58 / 4.43 MHz only in AV modes) Channels and frequencies E2-E12, E-21-E69, S1-S41, X, Y, Z, Z+1, Z+2, A-H, H+1, H+2, F2-F10, F21-F69, R1-R12, R21-R69 Teletext