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RCA RLC2226 Operating Instructions Manual

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    Important Safety Instructions and Maintenance Important Safety Instructions CAUTION Risk of electronic shock, do not open. Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.

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    Important Safety Instructions and Maintenance Important Safety Instructions Installation To avoid the fire, no naked flame source, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the apparatus. An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits.

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    Important Safety Instructions and Maintenance Installation Move Cleaning For your protection, please read this instruction completely, and keep this manual for future reference. Do not place the set on an unstable cart, stand, table or shelf. The set may fall, causing serious personal injury as well as damage to the product.

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    General description Specifications and accessories Overview Basic operation External connection Basic operation Trouble shooting Picture defects and countermeasures Basic operation Contents...

  • Page 6: General Description

    General description Feature: Zero X radiation complies to green environment protection requirement Auto tuning and fine tuning One composite video input sockets (back) One S-Video input socket One PC VGA input socket One YPbPr input socket One HDMI input socket (HDMI 1.3) One AV output socket Headphone Multi-language OSD...

  • Page 7: Specifications And Accessories

    2.The illustrations and on-screen displays in this user’s manual are for explanation purposes and may vary slightly from actual operations.In case of any design change, a notice will not be released. RLC2226 22 Diagonal (max.) " 1366X768...

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    Overview 1. Power indicator 2. IR remote sensor 1. Power indicator Green: Normal playing status. Red: Standby status. 2. IR remote sensor Point remote control at this sensor to conduct remote control. 3. INPUT Press this button to display the selectable signal source for main source.

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    Overview AV AUDIO OUT Audio out for external devices. AV VIDEO OUT Video out for external devices. YPb/CbPr/Cr Connect to YPbPr/YCbCr video.

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    Overview Remote control Loading batteries: Remove the lid of the battery compartment. Insert 2 size AAA batteries with polarities as indicated inside the compartment. Replace the lid. Note: One loading of batteries will last 1 year under normal use. If you don’t intend to use the remote control for a long period of time, remove them to avoid damage due to leakage.

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    Basic operation Remote control introduction 1.INPUT Select input source. 2.POWER Turn your TV on and off. 3.0~9 Use these keys to input digit, letters and special characters. 4.INFO Displays the program information. 5.RECALL To swap to the previous program you wanted from current program. 6.SOUND Select audio mode.

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    Basic operation (to be continued) 12.FREEZE No available for this model. 13.AV Swith to AV mode directly. 14.YPbPr Switch to YPbPr mode directly. 15.PC Switch to PC mode directly. 16.TV Switch to TV mode directly. 17.HDMI Switch to HDMI mode directly. Press this button to shut off sound of the TV temporarily, press again to restore TV sound.

  • Page 13: External Connection

    External connection Antenna connection Antenna input impedance of this unit is 75ohm. VHF/UHF 75ohm coaxial cable can be connected to the antenna jack directly, if the antenna cable is a 300ohm flat feeder cable, you need to use the 300ohm/75ohm converter (not included) to con- nect the antenna cable to the antenna jack.

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    External connection 2. How to assemble the stand? Before attaching/detaching the stand, make sure to turn off the TV. Before performing work spread cushioning over the base area to lay the LCD TV on. This will prevent it from being damaged. Assembling instruction: 1.

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    Basic operation (to be continued) Turning the TV On and Off Insert the power cord plug into a AC outlet, the TV will enter standby mode.Press POWER but- ton on the remote control to turn it on . The indi- cator will switch from red to green.

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    Basic operation (to be continued) Press Arrow button to enter the submenu and press select the language you desire. Selecting input source Press INPUT button on the remote control, then you can select input sources as following: Setting color system In order to meet the color system in your country, you can set the color system as Arrow button to select “COLOR SYSTEM”...

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    Basic operation (to be continued) SKIP Arrow button to select “SKIP”, then press Press “On” or “Off”. On: skip the channel; Off: not skip. Arrow button to select “AFT”, then press Press “On” or “Off”. FINE TUNE In case of bad image or sound of TV program, you can use Fine Tune function to obtain satisfied image or sound with operating steps as follows: Arrow button to select “FINE TUNE”...

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    Basic operation (to be continued) Adjusting the Picture Press MENU button on the remote control, then press “PICTURE” menu. Adjusting Picture Mode Arrow button to select “PICTURE MODE” , and press Press button to adjust picture mode to your desire. Note: “BRIGHTNESS”...

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    Basic operation (to be continued) Note: It is useless under no signal mode. Adjusting the Sound Press MENU button on the remote control, then press “AUDIO ” menu. Adjusting Sound Mode Arrow button to select “SOUND MODE”, use Press adjust sound mode. Adjusting the Equalizer Arrow button to select “EQUALIZER”, use Press...

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    Basic operation (to be continued) OSD Language Arrow button to select “LANGUAGE” and press Press select language you desire. Adjusting SCREEN SAVER Arrow button to select “SCREEN SAVER” and press Press button to set screen saver. Adjusting OSD Position Arrow button to select “OSD Position” and press Press to set position of OSD.

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    Basic operation (to be continued) Parent Control In “Function” menu, press Arrow to enter the input password menu. Input the password to enter the submenu(the default password is 0000 and omnipotent password is 1980). (1) Change Password 1.Press Arrow button to select "CHANGE PASSWORD" option. 2.Press Arrow button and input a new password twice to change the password.

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    Basic operation (to be continued) Channel Input 1.Press Arrow button to select "CHANNEL INPUT" function. 2.Input the channel number you want to lock and press OK key to confirm,the channel number will be add to the list below. 3.If you want to unlock a channel, press number in the list and press OK key to delete it.

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    Basic operation (to be continued) 2.Window This TV supports no higher than 60Hz under PC mode, so please set the refresh rate of PC to 60Hz. If the frequency is higher than 60Hz, the screen may flicker. When the TV is in PC mode, press MENU button on the remote control. Press Arrow button to select “WINDOW”.

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    Trouble shooting If you have any problem, check the countermeasure for each symptom listed below. The following symptoms may have caused by inappropriate adjustment rather than actual malfunction of the unit. If the trouble persists, contact the service center. Problem Poor picture and sound quality No picture or sound under TV status No sound or sound is too low at...

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    Picture defects and countermeasures The most common types of television interference are as following: SNOWY PICTURE Snowy picture is usually caused due to weak signal. Adjust antenna or install an antenna amplifier. DOUBLE IMAGES OR “GHOSTS” Double images are usually caused by reflections from tall buildings.

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