List of contents Special features ...2 Safety instructions ...3 Electrical Connections ...4 Getting started ...5 Aerial connection ...5 Switching on...5 Battery fitting ...5 Control unit ...6 Front and rear panel ...6 Remote control...6 Using the TV ...7 TV controls...7-8 Tuning the television...9 Manual tuning...9 Automatic tuning...9 Fine tuning...9...
Television Thank you for buying this television which is designed to give you many years of satisfactory service. You may already be familiar with using a television but do please take time to read these instructions. They are designed to familiarise you with the unit’s many new features and to ensure you get the very best out of your purchase.
Safety is Important Your safety and the safety of others is important. Please, therefore, ensure you read the Safety instructions before you operate this television. Safety instructions Read all the safety instructions before first use of your TV. • Position the television so that direct light does not fall on the screen. Excessive light will cause a washed out effect.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS 1.SECTION: INSTALLATION AND PRECAUTIONS ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS For your own safety read the following instructions carefully before attempting to connect this unit to the mains supply. For your convenience a mains plug with a fuse has been fitted to this appliance. For your safety please observe the following information.
Getting started Remove your T elevision carefully from the box. You may wish to store the packaging for future use. In the box Inside your this package you should have: • T elevision • Remote control • User guide • AAA batteries x 2 Read these instructions before use.
Control Unit Front and rear panel 14” (37 cm), 15” (38 cm) 20” (51 cm) and 21” (55 cm) TV s: Program/Volume increase button Program/Volume selection button: This button allows you to select program or volume mode on the front panel. Program/Volume decrease button 20”...
Using the TV TV controls Program selection Press the Program up Program down buttons on the TV or remote control or press a Numeric button to select a programme. T o select a programme whose number is greater than 9 using the numeric buttons, press the -/-- button first and then press the two Numeric...
Press the AV/TV button to select your input as follows: 1 AV1 when using SCART socket 1. 2 AV1 S-VHS for S-Video equipment to scart 1 (S-VHS / Scart adapter is needed). 3 AV2 when using the PHONO sockets of the TV. (Optional) Press the AV/TV return to TV .
Enter the desired program number by using the numeric buttons Use the Volume up/down buttons to select the program number. Use the Program down button to select STORE. Press the OK button and STORED will appear on the STORE line. The channel will be stored with the program number you desired.
Child lock Childlock switches off the programme you are watching when you select it. All other programmes are unaffected. If you go back to the programme with childlock on you will see a black screen with the OSD showing ( ) .
TV set up The TV set up is accessed through a menu system. Once you have stored your set up, this is the set up the TV will default to when you switch it on. Please note If you do not press any buttons for 20 seconds the TV will exit the menu system.
c) AVL: TV transmitters have different sound levels. AVL (automatic volume limiting) maintains the same sound level as you switch from program to program. From the features menu you can select AVL button by pressing Program down button. Press Volume up or down button and select AVL On or Off.
Using Teletext T eletext is an information system that displays text on your TV screen. Using the teletext control buttons you can view pages of information that are listed in the teletext index (Teletext reception is optional). Please Note No on screen display is available in text mode.
To select a sub page If the page of text you are viewing contains sub pages, the number of the sub page you are on and the total number of sub pages is displayed on the right of the screen i.e.
Via aerial socket (Only for Video Recorder) Make sure the TV and video recorder are both switched off. Unplug the aerial lead form the TV and plug it into the aerial socket on the video recorder (if fitted). Plug a coaxial plug into the RF out socket on the rear of the video recorder and plug the other end into the aerial socket of the TV .
Help and service tips The TV does not work Make sure it is plugged into the mains supply and switched on. Poor picture • Is the aerial plugged in? • If you are using a set top aerial is it properly aligned for the best signal.
Technical specifications table Picture tube 14” size/type Screen size 37 cm Visible 34 cm screen size Sound Output (%10 THD) Power 30 W consumption Stand by Power consumption General technical specifications Power Supply AC:...230-240V 50Hz Number of preset programmes...100 RF Aerial input...75 ohm (unbalanced) Speaker empedance...8 ohm Audio output ...Mono Batteries...2xAAA...
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The cost of all functional replacement parts, excluding remote control batteries • The labour costs of a Beko approved repairer to carry out the repair. • (*) For TV's with screen sizes of 21 inches or less (measured diagonally corner to corner) you may be offered a replacement instead of repair under guarantee.
Congratulations on your choice of a Beko colour television. Your new television has been designed and manufactured to the highest quality standards to give you many years of use. To get the best out of it, please take a few moments to read the instruction book.