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Zenith H27D35DT Operating Manual

Zenith h27d35dt: operating guide.
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    H 36D 3 5DT e n j o y t h e v i e w Copyright 2001, Zenith Electronics Corporation H3 2D 3 5 DT Co nc ie rge T V 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. Concierge...

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    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Important safeguards for you and your new product This 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 the new product, please read and observe the following safety points when installing and using the 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

    User menus. The installer remote has Menu, Select, and Adjust keys (Down/Left/Right arrow) keys. The LT2000 Quickset II Clone Programmer is used to duplicate a TV’s setup and install it on another identical TV. See your Zenith Dealer. Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice 206-3688-O Clock Set .

  • Page 6: Hookup Directory

    Basic Hook-Up Directory This page will direct you to which page to go to for proper hook up of the TV IMPORTANT!! Use this page to decide where you need to begin your set up. First, find the line below that best describes what you want to do, then go to that page number.

  • Page 7: Antenna

    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

    60 Hz Go to page 12 to Auto Program the TV. If you’re using a cable box, leave the TV on channel 3 or 4 and use your cable box to change channels. If you’re using a cable box, Auto Program might only find the channel your cable service is on (usually chan- nel 3 or 4).

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    DC power. 120 V AC 60 Hz Go to page 12 to Auto Program the TV. No A/V cables are included with the Zenith TV. Without A/V cables, most VCRs will not play videocassettes in stereo sound. 206-3489-O...

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    Remove the back of the remote, put in two AA batteries. Back of Remote Plug in the TV. Do not plug it into a switched outlet. The TV is designed to operate on standard current, 120-volt 60 Hertz AC. Do not attempt to operate it on DC power.

  • Page 11: External Speaker

    Connect an external speaker to the TV Locate the Audio In jack on the back of the speaker. Connect a standard audio cable from the Matrix Out jack on the TV, to the Audio In jack on the external speaker. 206-3489-O Speaker back...

  • Page 12: Auto Program

    (The flashing option is selected.) Press the Right or Left ADJ arrow to begin the Channel Search. Press ENTER when finished. Auto Program finds channels being received by the TV tuner. Cable will not work unless a cable service is present. Mini glossary OFF-AIR-ANTENNA If the guest can only view over-the-air broadcasts, select Antenna.

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    Front Panel Controls Use the front control panel to access the menus or just operate the TV Note: Item 10 Key Defeat, in the installer’s menu allows the installer to: Set Menu Option 10, Key defeat to “0” - Front panel controls give access to menus.

  • Page 14: Guest's Remote Key Functions

    Displays the available TV channels, including access to guest’s Parental Control menu (if Active). Allows guest to select the Video source. (Use the Audio/Video jacks on the back of the TV as the source of the picture and sound.) remote control part number SC652...

  • Page 15: Installer's Remote Key Functions

    Direct access to closed captions. Press ENTER to exit. POWER Turns TV On or Off TV/FM Selects TV or Radio mode on TVs equipped with FM radio. VOLUME (LEFT/RIGHT) Adjusts the sound level. ENTER Press to view the Channel/Time display or to remove any on-screen display or menu.

  • Page 16: On-screen Menus Overview

    Channel/Time Shows the current time, channel, (or video source), type of incoming audio signal, and XDS* info if provided. Alarm Sets a time the TV will turn itself on. Sleep Timer Sets a time the TV will turn off. Volume Shows current sound level.

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    Channel Preview list. Notes: Adding VCR 3 and/or VCR 4 as available channels forces TV Channel 3 and/or 4 to be retained, when run- ning Auto Program, even though the equipment connected to the Antenna/Cable (RF) jack (like a cable converter and/or VCR) may be turned off.

  • Page 18: Channel Labels

    Setting Up Channel Labels Overview Channel Labels help the user identify the channel or network being viewed. In the Setup menu with the CH LABELS option highlighted, use the Adjust Left/Right arrow to scroll through the available channel labels, such as, A &...

  • Page 19: Clock Set

    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 the selection, press ENTER to set the timer and return to TV viewing.

  • Page 20: Captions (caption/text)

    Mini glossary CAPTIONS The term for the words that scroll across the bottom of your TV screen; usually the audio portion of the program provided for the hearing impaired. TEXT The term for the words that appear in a large black frame and almost cover the entire screen; usually messages...

  • Page 21: Language

    Press SELECT on the remote control and repeat, to high- light Language on your screen. Press the Right/Left ADJ arrow to choose one of the following options: English, Spanish or French. Press ENTER to return to TV viewing. 206-3489-O ENGLISH ENTER...

  • Page 22: Audio Menu

    Press the Right/Left ADJ arrow to adjust or change the option you have selected. Press ENTER to return to TV viewing, or press SELECT and return to the Audio Menu to adjust another option. Not all programming is broadcast in stereo sound or has 2nd Audio SAP.

  • Page 23: Video Menu

    • Brightness: Increases or decreases amount of white in the TV picture. • Color: Adjusts levels of all colors in the TV picture. • Tint: Balances between amounts of red and green in the TV picture. • Sharpness: Raises or lowers the definition of the TV picture.

  • Page 24: Installer Parental Control Menu

    Overview To insure complete coverage for all TV programs, (movies and regular TV shows) choose a rating for MPAA, from the selec- tions below AND choose ratings from the TV Parental Guidelines Rating System on pages 41 and 42, using the Age Block option for General Audiences, and for Children.

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    Use the Left/Right ADJ arrow to show the Content Block menu, to 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 pages 40 and 41 for rating meanings.)

  • Page 26: Other Menus And On-screen Displays

    XDS data if provided by broadcaster. P A G E 2 6 Alarm Menu Press ALARM. Sets a time the TV will turn itself on. CAPTION 1 IS ON Closed Captions Menu Press CC. Turns selected option on or off.

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    Managing the Channel Banks The TV has four channel banks, where the administrator or installer can store groups of TV channels Note: Channel banks set up requires an installer’s remote with “Source” or “Bank” keys like the Zenith MBR3447, or a similar remote.

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    Managing the Channel Banks Examples of typical channel banks charts filled in Figure 1. Typical channel banks after running Auto Program B Purpose A = Active - - Channel was found during AUTO PROGRAM Figure 2. Typical channel banks after running Auto Program, and customizing with Add/Del/Blnk B Purpose 1 Basic BC A...

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    Managing the Channel Banks PLAN YOUR CHANNEL BANKS BY FILLING IN THESE CHARTS (or use photocopies) B Purpose B Purpose 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 B Purpose 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 B Purpose...

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    Installer menus Use the Installer’s Menus to make TV operation adjustments Accessing the Installer’s Menu Installer’s menus can be accessed by using the installer’s remote control. Just press and hold MENU (about 8 seconds) until the display changes, then press 9, 8, 7, 6, then ENTER. To exit the Installer’s Menu, press ENTER again.

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    The range is 0 to 63, with 63 as the default which gives the patient the full range of volume control. Change values with ADJUST keys. It may be best to set the same value on every TV. NOTE: The maximum volume level cannot have a value setting lower than the MIN VOLUME level (described above).

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    24 FEATURE LEVEL (Note: Leave set to 1 otherwise the TV can- not be operated unless a Zenith private label remote is used.) Set to 1 for default Zenith IR Code recognition. Set to 0 for Zenith Private Label IR Code recognition.

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    TV into multiple identical television sets. Once learned from the master, setup data is retained in the LT2000 for future use. When using the LT2000, cloning operations will go easier if the TV set is connected to a good quality signal and operating with a stable picture displayed.

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    Since the Clone Programmer’s time cannot be set directly, the time needs to be copied from a Zenith TV equipped with MPI input capability. Once the time is copied to the Clone programmer, the current time can then be transferred to another TV.

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    • TV not reset. When cloning operations are complete, just unplug the LT2000 from the TV. If the TV does not display a picture (blank screen) after a few seconds, just change channels. 206-3489-O The LT2000 programmer is designed to be used with TVs contain- ing the 221-01006 and later processors.

  • Page 36: Maintenance

    Minimal Usage If the TV is to be left dormant for a long time, it’s a good idea to unplug the power to pro- tect against possible damage from lightning or power surges. If you use an off-air antenna, you may also want to disconnect it from the back of the TV.

  • Page 37: Trouble Shooting

    • Make sure the batteries are fresh and installed properly (see page 10). • Try unplugging the TV power cord for a few minutes, then plugging it back in. • Check to see if the source equipment has been turned on.

  • Page 38: 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...

  • Page 39: Guest Remote Control Key Functions

    TIMER ALARM ALARM Press to display menu, then follow on-screen CH PREVIEW instructions to set a time for the TV to turn itself on. CHANNEL PREVIEW Displays the available TV channels, including access to guest’s Parental Control menu (if Active). Allows guest to select the Video source.

  • Page 40: Guest 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 4 0 If you choose to have the Aux inputs unblocked, the rat- ings you specify will automatically restrict the programming that appears from the video sources.

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    Use VOLUME Up/Down to choose: Unblocked, TV-PG AND ABOVE, TV-14 AND ABOVE, or TV-MA. (AND ABOVE means more restrictive headings are automatically included when you choose a low restriction setting like TV-PG.) See the Mini Glossary, Ratings Charts on this and the previous page for rating meanings.

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    Press VOLUME. Shows currently selected sound setting. P A G E 4 2 Alarm Menu Press ALARM. Sets the time the TV will turn itself on. Use the number keypad and TIMER to set AM/PM. CAPTION 1 IS ON Closed Captions Menu Press CC.

  • Page 43: Notes

    Notes P A G E 4 3 206-3489-O...

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    Direct-View Color TV Welcome to the Zenith family! We believe that you will be pleased with your new Zenith TV. Please read this warranty carefully, it is a “LIMITED WAR- RANTY” as defined under Federal Law. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state within the U.S.A.

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