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Toshiba 36ZD26P Owner Manual
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24 pages 1.33 Mb
Contents 2? 3For your safety Do Air Circulation Do not Heat Damage Mains Supply 4Your new televisions remote control The batteries... and the effective range of the remote Simple, at-a-glance reference of your remote controls buttons 5Connecting and turning on your new TV The TV back connections video recorder and switching your new TV on Before connecting any external equipment, turn off all main power switches. the back of your TV decoder* * We recommend Scart 1 for a decoder, Scart 2 for a VCR and Scart 3 for additional equipment. 6Choosing the language and system*, Auto tuning Before running Auto tuning put your decoder and video recorder to Standby. * 9 8 xxxxxxxxxx B/G Continental Europe, D/K Eastern Europe, I UK, L1, L2 France 7Manually tuning your TV Your TV may display different Channel numbers ! 8Manually tuning your TV Sorting programme positions 7 8 P 10 9 11 To sort programme positions 9Manual fine tuning and programme skip 12Picture controls Picture size/position Automatic format (Widescreen) Geomagnetic adjustment Picture size/position USING YOUR TV 13Picture controls m Scan Mode DNR Digital Noise Reduction Black Stretch i i 14The timer, time display, panel lock and stereo/bilingual transmissions Panel Lock The Timer Stereo and Bilingual transmissions 15AV connections and input selection Selecting the OUTPUT signal for Scart 2 Defining your INPUT and OUTPUT sockets so that your television recognises connected equipment. Selecting the INPUT signal Input Selection AVconnection Selecting the character set and viewing mode and general information 16Teletext setting up 17T eletext Auto and List modes Moving around the teletext pages in AUTO and LIST modes and selecting favourite pages Moving around 7 18r T RED T eletext control buttons CONNECTING OTHER EQUIPMENT 19Side connections and controls Controls Connections ffFeebuttons 21The on-screen menus The functions of each menu are described in detail throughout this Manual. Using the Menus The TIMER Menu 0 9 : To set EXIT : To exit The SET UP Menu The FEATURE Menu B k 22Questions and Answers For quick reference to topics, see the INDEX at the back of this manual. X(B) Q A 23?