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machine numbers
H 2546DT
H 2547DT
H3 2 46 DT
H 3 6 4 6 DT
H2 7 47 DT
H 3 2 4 7 DT
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IQB3 6C9 5W
H 3647 DT
t a b l e o f c o n t e n t s
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Summary of Contents

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    machine numbers H 2546DT H 2547DT H3 2 46 DT H 3 6 4 6 DT IQB3 6C9 5W H2 7 47 DT H 3 2 4 7 DT H 3647 DT y o u r o n - s c r e e n m e n u s i n s t a l l a t i o n &...

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    Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. • CAUTION: Do not attempt to modify this product in any way without written authorization from Zenith Electronics Corporation. Unauthorized modification could void the user’s authority to operate this product. COMM-WARN B-3/99...

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    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Important safeguards for you and your new product Your product has been manufactured and tested with your safety in mind. However, improper use can result in potential electrical shock or fire hazards. To avoid defeating the safeguards that have been built into your new product, please read and observe the following safety points when installing and using your new product, and save them for future reference.

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    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (Continued from previous page) 14. Outdoor Antenna Grounding If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the product, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    The installer remote allows access to the Service menus, User menus, and Source/Channel Bank keys. The installer remote has Menu, Select, and Adjust Keys (Up/Down/Left/Right arrows) and Source/Channel Bank Keys. The LT1500 Clone Programmer is used to duplicate a TV’s setup and install it on another TV. See your Zenith Dealer.

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    If you have cable and no other equipment, go to ......page 8 Cable only Cable TV wall jack...

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    The wire that comes from an off-air antenna or cable service provider. Each end looks like a hex shaped nut with a wire sticking through the middle, and it screws onto the threaded jack on the back of your TV.

  • Page 8: Cable Service

    Remove the back of the remote and put in two AAA batteries. back of remote Plug in the TV. Do not plug it into a switched outlet. Your Presentation TV is designed to operate on standard current, 120-volt 60 Hertz AC. Do not attempt to operate it on DC Current.

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    120-volt 60 Hertz AC. Do not attempt to operate it on DC Current. Go to page 16 to Auto Program the Presentation TV. No A/V cables are included with the Zenith Presentation Without A/V cables, most VCRs will not play videocas- settes in stereo sound.

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    AAA batteries. back of remote Plug in the TV. Do not plug it into a switched outlet. The Presentation TV is designed to oper- ate on standard current, 120-volt 60 Hertz AC. Do not attempt to operate it on DC Current.

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    Hook Up an S-VHS VCR to your TV Your Zenith TV may be connected to a Super-VHS VCR through the S-Video Input located on the connec- tion panel on your TV. Also, you may “daisy chain” up to five TVs to one Super VHS VCR through the spe- cial S-Video LOOP OUT connection.

  • Page 12: Computer

    Hook Up a Computer to your TV On some models, your new Zenith TV is furnished with the PCZTV scan converter, giving you a TV-size “computer monitor.” You may use the VGA and SVGA video format of either a PC or Macintosh 800 x 600 60Hz.

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    An accessory packet is included with all models. A 15-ft. cable with a “video mirror” is featured that provides signals to two monitors—your computer’s monitor and your Zenith TV—with a display. Make the connections with the 15-ft. “video-mirror” cable as shown. Also refer to the preceding page for audio connections and “Using the monitor function.”...

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    Enter Zoom Mode †Auto Screen Size † Auto Size will adjust the computer image to match the TV Screen. Use a full-screen computer display with high average brightness for best results. * The image cannot be zoomed in Freeze Mode.

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    PCZ Scan Conversion technology. The table below illustrates the menu structure for your Presentation TV while in Computer mode. As with the Remote Key Command Functions, menus are operated through the NUMBER keypad. Generally speaking, keys 4 and 6 adjust menu...

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    Program on the screen. Press a Right or Left arrow to go to the Auto Program menu. Using the UP arrow, choose either Cable TV or Off-Air Antenna on your screen. Press a Right or Left arrow to begin the Channel Search.

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    Press either the Right or left ADJUST button to modify the selected option. The menu will disappear after a few seconds. There are three jacks on the front of the Presentation TV that make connecting Audio/Video devices like camcorders very simple.

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    TIMER Displays the Sleep Timer Menu. Keys dedicated to VCR functions will still operate your VCR while the remote is in TV mode. The DOWN arrow key is reserved for FM/TV on other models. P A G E 1 8...

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    Labels your channels with their network names (ABC, CBS, HBO, etc.). Clock Set Sets the time. Alarm Menu Sets the time the TV will automatically turn itself on. Language Picks the language the on-screen menus will appear in. A U D I O M E N U 26 Customizes the sound.

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    P A G E 2 0 AUTO PROGRAM ADD/DEL/BLNK CH 44 CH. LABELS CLOCK SET ALARM MENU LANGUAGE POWER CABLE SURF FLASHBK MUTE CHANNEL VOLUME VOLUME CHANNEL ENTER QUIT MENU TV/VCR RECORD PAUSE TIMER SOURCE PLAY REWIND FFWD STOP ADDED 206-3492-A...

  • Page 21: Channel Labels

    206-3492-A AUTO PROGRAM ADD/DEL/BLNK CH. LABELS CH 32 CLOCK SET ALARM MENU LANGUAGE POWER CABLE SURF FLASHBK MUTE CHANNEL VOLUME VOLUME CHANNEL ENTER QUIT MENU TV/VCR RECORD PAUSE TIMER SOURCE PLAY REWIND FFWD STOP P A G E 2 1...

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    P A G E 2 2 AUTO PROGRAM ADD/DEL/BLNK CH. LABELS CH 30 CLOCK SET ALARM MENU LANGUAGE POWER CABLE SURF FLASHBK MUTE CHANNEL VOLUME VOLUME CHANNEL ENTER QUIT MENU TV/VCR RECORD PAUSE TIMER SOURCE PLAY REWIND FFWD STOP CNN-2 206-3492-A...

  • Page 23: Clock Set

    6:30 on the clock. Use the TIMER key to specify AM or PM. Press ENTER to start the clock and return to TV viewing. The Sleep Timer may be instantly set by pressing the TIMER key repeatedly. when you have made your selection, press ENTER to set the timer and return to TV viewing.

  • Page 24: Alarm

    With Alarm Menu highlighted in the Setup menu, press the Left/Right arrow go to the menu. Using the NUMBER keypad, set the time you want the TV to turn on. For example, to set 7:30 AM, press 0, 7, 3, 0.

  • Page 25: Language

    Use the UP arrow on the remote control, to highlight Language on your screen. Press a Left/Right arrow to choose one of the following options: English, Spanish or French. Press ENTER to return to TV viewing. 206-3492-O AUTO PROGRAM ADD/DEL/BLNK CH.

  • Page 26: Audio Menu

    • Speakers: Turns the TV speakers on or off. Press a Left/Right arrow to adjust or change the option you have selected. Press ENTER to return to TV viewing, or press the UP arrow and return to the Audio Menu to adjust another option.

  • Page 27: Video Menu

    • Brightness: Increases or decreases amount of white in the TV picture. • Color: Adjusts levels of all colors in the TV picture. • Tint: Adjust the relative amounts of the color red and green in your picture.

  • Page 28: Parental Control Menu

    NC-17 Restricted Viewing Hard Core Films Note: Zenith Electronics Corporation is not liable for any program content that appears when using this rating system; as always, user discretion is advised. P A G E 2 8 Even if you choose to leave the Aux inputs unblocked, the ratings you specify will automatically restrict the program- ming that appears from the video sources.

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    Use the Up/Left/Right arrows to select and adjust or set the rating for an option. For Sex Scenes for example, use the “From TV-PG” setting. (See the Mini Glossary, Ratings Charts on this and the previ- ous page for rating definations.)

  • Page 30: Source Menu, Channel/time/audio Display, Alarm Menu, Sleep Timer Menu, Volume Display, Ch Preview Menu

    Rear Computer NTSC. VOLUME Volume Display Press VOLUME. Shows currently selected sound setting. P A G E 3 0 Alarm Menu Press ALARM. Sets the time the TV will turn itself on. CH 9 3:12 STEREO Channel/Time/Audio Display Press ENTER. Shows currently...

  • Page 31: Installer Menus

    Installer Menus Use the Installer Menus to make adjustments to operational settings Accessing the Installer Menu The Installer menus are accessed by using the remote control. Just press and hold MENU (about 8 seconds) until the display changes, then press 9, 8, 7, 6, then ENTER.

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    03 VERT POS (Vertical Position), and 04 HORZ POS (Horizontal Position), have separate values for TV mode and Computer mode. If you enter the installer menu with the source being a TV channel, Aux, S-Video, or Camport, you change the val- ues for TV mode only.

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    Set to 0 to suppress CHANNEL PREVIEW FUNCTION with some pay per view systems. 22. FEATURE LEVEL Default set to ZEN 1 for Zenith IR remote control operation. Set O, P LBL for Zenith Private Label IR remote control operation. 23. NTSC SCAN CARD Default set to 1, On.

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    If you have previously stored a TV setup in a particular clone memory, it may be changed if desired by overwriting it with a new setup. There is no need for a separate memory clear operation.

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    Item 4: Set TV Clock From Clone To set the real time clock in the TV, press (4), then press ON/OFF, POWER, or ENTER to copy the current clone time to the TV clock. Alternatively, use the TV front panel CHANNEL UP or CHANNEL DOWN keys to highlight your choice, then press ON/OFF, POWER, or ENTER to activate.

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    Alternatively, use the TV front panel CHANNEL UP or CHANNEL DOWN keys to highlight your choice, then press ON/OFF, POWER, or ENTER to begin. The TV screen will display the items in the service menu setups for you to observe. Use this function to quickly check the contents of a particular clone memory for the correct setup.

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    Programming your Zenith remote will allow you to use one remote to work up to 7 different devices! Not all devices will work with your Zenith remote con- trol. 206-3492-O Indicator Light...

  • Page 38: Amplifier Volume Override

    CABLE or AUX mode, as described on the “Programming Your Remote” page. Select the mode in which you want volume to appear (e.g. TV, Cable, VCR, Aux, Aux 1, 2, 3). Press and hold PRG on your remote until the indicator light stays lit.

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    POWER. It should turn off. Repeat the steps to program AUX+2, and AUX+3. Programming your Zenith remote will allow you to use one remote to work up to 7 different devices. Some devices may not work with your Zenith remote control. 206-3492-O POWER CABLE...

  • Page 40: Autofind

    If Programming the Remote did not find your code, try this procedure to automatically find the code for your device. If your remote becomes inoperable, go back to “Programming your Remote” and enter the Zenith TV code for step five Turn on the device you’re programming for the remote control.

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    XR 1000 ..121 Yorx ..119 Zenith ..101 149 175 Zenith TV/VCR . . . 153 154 172 Sharp .

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    Video Way ..349 Viewstar ..354 355 372 Zenith ..301 353 374 Zenith Satellite . . 312 328 330 351 378 Teac .

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    STOP VCR Stop FFWD VCR Fast Forward References: 124-212-37 and µP 221-952-02A Some of the functions shown above may not be available on your TV (such as PIP). 206-3492-O VCR Mode Cable Mode Zenith Code 201 Zenith Code 353 VCR On/Off...

  • Page 44: Maintenance

    Maintenance Routine TV cabinet and screen cleaning Careful and regular cleaning can extend the the useful service life of the TV. Be sure to turn the power off and pull out the plug before you begin any cleaning. Screen Cleaning 1.

  • Page 45: Troubleshooting

    SOLUTIONS • Check your antenna connection or location • Check your cable input. • Check to see if the TV/.VCR button on your VCR has the TV selected • Check your antenna direction and/or location. • Check your cable input •...

  • Page 46: Glossary

    The wire that comes from an off-air antenna or cable service provider. The end looks like a hex-shaped nut with a wire sticking through the middle. It screws onto the threaded jack on the back of the TV. 300 TO 75 OHM...

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    Notes 206-3492-O P A G E 4 7...

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    Read the Operating Guide carefully so that you will understand the operation of the TV and how to adjust the controls. Carry-In Service Models under 21” diagonal (U.S.A.) screen size must be taken to a Zenith authorized service center for warranty service and must be picked up by the owner.

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