Toshiba 15V31 Owner's Manual

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MODEL 15V31B
3N70401A/COVER
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7/4/03, 5:14 PM

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  • Page 1 MODEL 15V31B 3N70401A/COVER 7/4/03, 5:14 PM...
  • Page 2: For Your Safety

    This equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet international safety standards but, like any electrical equipment, care must be taken if you are to obtain the best results and safety is to be assured. So, please read the points below for your own safety. They are of a general nature, intended to help you with all your electronic consumer products and some points may not apply to the goods you have just purchased.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    • Your television has an Automatic Tuning System which makes tuning in your television easy. This Automatic Tuning System scans the entire reception range in your area and automatically stores all available channels of suitable signal strength. This will allow you to obtain the best possible sound and picture.
  • Page 4: Television And Remote Control

    Television and remote control The majority of buttons listed in this section have the same function as the corresponding buttons on the remote control. Front view of your TV Main power switch ON/OFF Video (EXT2)/Audio sockets Remote Channel UP/DOWN buttons control sensor Power indicator Volume UP/DOWN buttons...
  • Page 5: How To Insert Batteries In The Remote Control

    How to insert batteries in the remote control Push and lift the battery cover on the back of the remote control. Use two UM4 / AAA / IEC R03 1.5V batteries for the remote control. Insert the batteries according to the polarity illustration inside the battery compartment. Make sure + matches + and –...
  • Page 6: Connecting An Aerial Or A Vcr

    Connecting an aerial or a VCR Your television can be tuned to receive up to 100 television broadcast stations (1-100). Before you can tune in these stations your television must be connected to an aerial. Using an external aerial instead of the loop aerial may improve the TV's reception.
  • Page 7: Connecting A Vcr/Satellite/Cable/Digibox Using A Scart Lead

    Connecting a VCR/Satellite/Cable/Digibox By using a SCART lead you can improve the quality of playback. Remember you must still have the "normal" aerial connector connected as shown on the opposite page. If you are using a SCART lead you should not have to tune your TV to your VCR;...
  • Page 8: How To Tune In Television Stations

    How to tune in television stations Your television has an Automatic Tuning System which makes tuning in your television easy. This Automatic Tuning System scans the entire reception range in your area and automatically stores all available channels of suitable signal strength in the correct order e.g.
  • Page 9 NOTE: Your TV stations, Video (if connected) and Satellite (if connected) should be tuned in the following order: BBC 1 channel 1 BBC2 channel 2 channel 3 CHANNEL 4 channel 4 CHANNEL 5 channel 5 (if receivable) SATELLITE channel 6 channel 7 Your VCR will be stored in a channel position if connected with an aerial lead to...
  • Page 10: Channel Mapping

    Channel Mapping Broadcast names can be changed or added by using the Channel Mapping menu below. 3N70401A/P08-15 TO CHANGE A BROADCAST NAME Press MENU on your remote control. The on screen display will appear. Then press P or P to select SETUP menu.
  • Page 11 In some cases, your channels will not tune in the correct order. In this case you may wish to move the position of one of the stations. 3N70401A/P08-15 TO MOVE THE TV STATION TO ANOTHER CHANNEL POSITION Example: Move the TV station from position 8 to position 9. Press MENU on your remote control.
  • Page 12: Manual Tuning

    Manual Tuning In certain areas of the countries which have poor reception the Automatic Tuning System may not tune your television to the strongest broadcast signal. If you are not satisfied with the automatic tuning you may manually tune your television to obtain the best possible picture and sound.
  • Page 13 3N70401A/P08-15 Press OK to store the station you selected. Press P or P to select your required channel position number (1~100). Press OK to store the channel number. • Use the channel guide on page 7 for guidance. Repeat stages 4 - 5 for tuning other channels.
  • Page 14: Operating Your Television

    Operating your television The next two pages detail how to use your TV's basic features; standby, changing channel, and adjusting the volume. 3N70401A/P08-15 Press (main power) switch on the front panel, the red indicator will light. Switch on your television by pressing remote control.
  • Page 15 3N70401A/P08-15 Operating your television If you have a VCR, Satellite Receiver, DVD player or Games Console you may connect them to your TV with a SCART lead. To view equipment connected to your TV with a SCART lead press (INPUT SELECT) until EXT1 or EXT2 appears on your screen.
  • Page 16: Adjusting The Picture

    Adjusting the picture The picture settings have been adjusted by the factory under optimum signal reception conditions, however conditions may not be the same in your area. After turning on your television, allow it to warm up for a few minutes before making any adjustments.
  • Page 17: On Screen Information

    The screen call function lets you see at a glance which channel is currently selected. 3N70401A/P08-15 On screen information Press CALL on the remote control; the TV screen will display the current channel. Press CALL a second time to disappear the channel. •...
  • Page 18: Setting The Panel Lock Protection

    Setting the Panel Lock protection If you set the Panel Lock to ON in the menu, nobody will be able to operate the Volume and Channel changes on the front button of your TV. (The word “PANEL LOCK” will flash on the screen when pressing P /P button.) 3N70401A/P16-19...
  • Page 19: Ext Colour Adjusting

    When connecting external equipment to the TV, the picture may become black and white. This can be corrected by selecting Extension Colour as follows. 3N70401A/P16-19 EXT COLOUR Adjusting Press MENU on your remote control. The on screen display will appear. Press P or P to select the...
  • Page 20: Timer Functions

    Timer functions The on timer feature allows you to automatically turn on your TV after a preset amount of time (up to 12 hours and 59 minutes) at the selected channel. The off timer also allows you to turn off your TV after a preset amount of time.
  • Page 21: Language Selection

    This feature allows you to select the language you wish your TV on screen display to appear 3N70401A/P16-19 Language selection Make sure that your TV is properly installed. Switch on your TV using the the front panel, then press (standby) on the remote control.
  • Page 22: Teletext Feature

    Teletext feature 3N70401A/P20-Last Teletext is the name given to the magazine services operated by television companies. A variety of information is available including News, Weather, Financial and Travel information. Teletext is normally transmitted whenever a station is on air. In addition to Teletext your television also incorporates Fastext.
  • Page 23 3N70401A/P20-Last Teletext feature In order to use Teletext the control codes must be transmitted by the broadcasting authorities - its operation is, therefore dependent on these codes being transmitted. To view Teletext press (text/mix/tv). 1st press ...Text only. 2nd press ...Text and TV picture.
  • Page 24 Teletext feature 3N70401A/P20-Last Some Teletext pages contain too much information to be displayed on a single page, when this occurs sub-pages are transmitted. Sub-pages are identified by an additional numbering sequence, e.g. 1/3, where the first number indicates the sub-page number and the second indicates the number of available sub-pages.
  • Page 25 3N70401A/P20-Last Teletext feature In order to use Teletext the control codes must be transmitted by the broadcasting authorities - it's operation is, therefore dependent on these codes being transmitted. Press (F/T/B) to increase the size of the characters on screen. 1st press ...
  • Page 26: Before Requesting Service Please Check The Following Points

    Before requesting service please check the following points Symptom No standby light. Is your TV plugged in? Is the main power switch on the front of your TV off? Has the fuse in the mains plug blown? No picture, no sound. Is your TV plugged in? Is the aerial connection cable broken or damaged?
  • Page 27 Symptom Poor or no colour. Aerial or connection cable may not be connected or cable is damaged or broken? Colour control is not adjusted? No teletext or strange Aerial connection is poor or character letters on screen. possibly station trouble? Good performance of text depends on a good strong broadcast signal.
  • Page 28: Specifications

    Weight and Dimensions are approximate. Because we continually strive to improve our products we may change specifications and designs without prior notice. Toshiba shall under no circumstances be liable for loss and/or damage to the product caused by: fire; earthquake;...
  • Page 29: Installing Batteries

    QUICK SET-UP GUIDE 1. CONNECTIONS Aerial (not supplied) Aerial socket 2. INSTALLING BATTERIES Open the cover and remove. ONLY WHEN YOU TURN ON THIS SET FOR THE FIRST TIME, THE AUTOMATIC TUNING PROCESS WILL START AUTOMATICALLY. 1. Press (main power) switch on the front panel, then press 2.
  • Page 30: Auto Tuning

    3. AUTO TUNING Press MENU on your remote control. The on screen display will appear. Press P or P on your remote control to select SETUP menu. Press OK to confirm. This will start the automatic tuning process. • This process will take a few minutes to complete .

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