Important Information WARNING To reduce the risk of fire or electric SHOCK. DO NOT OPEN. shock, do not expose this product or AC charger to rain or moisture. Refer to the identification/rating label located on the back panel of your product for its proper operating voltage. To reduce risk of injury, charge only rechargeable batteries recommended by the manufacturer for this product.
Important Information FCC and Industry Canada Information This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits of a Class B device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
Introduction Your new mobile Video Cassette Player has been designed for use in vehicles, hotels, offices, and your home and should provide years of trouble-free use. Make sure to read the entire instruction manual to get the most out of your video cassette player.
Table of Contents Your Video Player’s Features ... 2 Installation ... 5 Befor e Y ou Install Installing the Player in the Car Using the Player in a Hotel, Of Using the System ... 9 Controls, Indicators, and Connectors Watching T apes ... Adjusting the V ideo Player Playing V ideo Games Using AUX Jacks...
Installation Before You Install This section of the manual will help you properly set up the mobile video player for the best performance. Before looking at the specifics of the mobile player’s system, please take a moment to review the following precautions: •...
Installing the Player in the Car 1. Rest the player in the center of the rear seat. 2. Insert the center seat’s safety belt through the player’s retainer holes as shown. IMPORTANT NOTE: Secure the player with as little slack in the seatbelt as possible for safety.
Installation HEADPHONE JACK #1 AUDIO/VIDEO OUTPUT JACKS EXTERNAL PANEL Using the Player in a Hotel, Office, or Home 1. Place the player carefully on a table or other resting surface with the bottom of the unit facing down. 2. Plug the AC power cable into the AC POWER (HOME) jack on the back panel of the player.
Using the System Controls, Indicators, and Connectors HEADPHONE HEADPHONE JACK #2 JACK #1 AUDIO/VIDEO EJECT AC POWER AUDIO/VIDEO OUTPUT JACKS (HOME) INPUT JACKS EXTERNAL DC POWER PANEL (CAR) VOLUME DOWN VOLUME UP POWER PICTURE BUTTON BUTTON PLAY FORWARD BUTTON BUTTON STOP REWIND BUTTON...
Watching Tapes To watch a tape, turn on the player’s power, raise the LCD monitor to a desired viewing level, insert the tape into the rear panel loading slot, and press the PLAY button. Note: To eject a tape in playback mode, press the EJECT or STOP button twice;...
Using the System Using AUX Jacks You can view an image from an external source (like a camcorder) using the player’s A/V input jacks. A/V Jacks There are three A/V input jacks and three A/V output jacks on the player’s rear jack panel. You can connect an external device like a game console or camcorder into the A/V input jacks.
Other Information Troubleshooting Tips In this section, you will find answers to common video player questions. Consulting with this section first when there is problem may help you answer common questions. No power • Check to make sure all power cord connections are tight and plugged into an operating power source.
Proper Care and Storage • Keep dirt from entering the player’s cassette tape door. Dust and grit are abrasive and cause excessive wear to the playback heads and/or tapes. • Always close the LCD monitor when not in use. • Before handling the player or tapes, make sure your hands and face are free from any chemical products such as suntan lotion, as damage to the finish or internal parts may occur.
Do not expose the player or power supply cord to rain or moisture. If any component becomes wet, turn off the power and take the unit to an authorized RCA service provider. • Do not use a power supply cord other than the one supplied with the player.
Storage Compartment Your portable video player has a compartment on its top side that allows you to store the unit’s power cords. Notes: The storage compartment is not intended to store anything but the AC and car-adapter power cords. Placing anything else in the storage compartment may damage the unit and void its warranty.
Index A/V Jacks 12 AUX Jacks 12 Care and Storage 15 Cigarette-lighter Converter Cleaning 15 Control Panel 1 Features 2 Game Attachment 1 Headphones 1, 16 Installation hotel, office, or home 8 vehicle 7 LCD Displays 1 Monitor external 12 LCD 1 Chapter 3 Power 1...
How you get service: • To identify your nearest Authorized RCA Service Center, ask your dealer, visit RCA.com, look in the Yellow Pages, or call 1-800-951-9582 and have your unit’s date of purchase and model/ serial number ready. The model/serial number information is on the back of your unit.
Product Registration: • Please complete the online Product Registration on RCA.com or complete and mail the Product Registration Card packed with your unit. It will make it easier to contact you should it ever be necessary. The return of the card is not required for warranty coverage.