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Haier 21F3A Owner's Manual

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The Owner`s Manual for the Follow Models:
21F3A, 21F3A-P, 21T3A, 21T3A-P
Please READ this manual carefully
before operating the unit, and keep
it for future reference.



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  • Page 1 COLOR TV RECEIVER OWNER'S MANUAL The Owner`s Manual for the Follow Models: 21F3A, 21F3A-P, 21T3A, 21T3A-P Please READ this manual carefully before operating the unit, and keep it for future reference.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Warning and cautions...2 Installation...3 Aerial connection...3 Preparation of the remote control unit...3 Function buttons and external sockets...4 Front panel of the TV set...4 Rear panel of the TV set...4 Buttons on the remote control...5 Basic operation Switching on/off the TV set...6 Watching TV program...7...
  • Page 3: Warning And Cautions

    TV set. 6. If the TV set is not going to be used for a long time, or there is a severe thunder & Lighting storm, it is recommended that the TV set be disconnected from the AC power outlet and the aerial plug removed.
  • Page 4: Installation

    Installation Aerial connection For an optimum high quality picture, it is strongly advised that the TV set connect to an external aerial(s) using high quality coax cable. When connecting to HiFi VCRs, satellite (or cable) set top boxes, that the AV terminals are used to allow the stereo sound to be transferred.
  • Page 5: Function Buttons And External Sockets

    Channel switch position up/down Signal receiver Rear panel of the TV set TV SCRAT T erminal If you want to connect the TV set to the other audio/video equipment, please refer to P24. Power Power indicator switch Antenna input...
  • Page 6: Buttons On The Remote Control

    Time menu (Yellow) Tune menu (White) Exit screen display/Teletext Function menu (cyan) Green Button No including) No including) No including) TV and AV Exchange Button To exchanger between TV and other available video inputs Stand by Button Swap function Button...
  • Page 7: Switching On/Off The Tv Set

    Switching on/ off the TV set In the following, the methods of using power switch and remote controller to switch on/off power supply for the TV set will be explained. Switching on/ off the TV set Switching on/ off the TV set 1 Please press the power switch to switch on AC power supply and the power indicator will light.
  • Page 8: Watching Tv Program

    Select the desired sound Press the VOL-/+ buttons on the remote or the front of the TV set to adjust the volume level. The range is 0~99. When the volume buttons are pressed the volume level is displayed automatically on the TV screen.
  • Page 9: Program Swap And Auto Scan Functions

    Auto program scan 1 If you want to select a desirable program, you may scan all the TV programs in memory. You can simply press the SCAN button to do this. The program numbers will appear one after another from beginning to end (each channel number will last about 2 seconds).
  • Page 10: Searching Channel

    Searching channel This TV set has three methods to set the channels, which are respectively full automatic, semi automatic and manual fine tune. In this section, how to use the remote control to set the channel is explained. You can also use the buttons on the TV set to set channel.
  • Page 11: Semi-Automatic Search

    Searching channel Continued Semi-automatic search TUNE VOL- VOL+ MENU EXIT Semi-automatic search 1 Press the CH+/- buttons or PROGRAM NUMBER 0-9 buttons to choose desired channels I.E. channel 1 2 Press the TUNE menu button , till the TUNING menu shown on the right display on the screen.
  • Page 12: Manual Fine Tune

    Searching channel Continued Manual fine tune 1 Press the CH+/- buttons or PROGRAM NUMBER 0-9 button to choose desired VOL- VOL+ MENU channels I.E. channel 1 TUNE VOL- MENU VOL+ Manual fine tune If the picture and/or sound are poor, try using the FINE Do not use this feature unless TUNE feature.
  • Page 13: Program Skip

    Searching channel Continued Program skip VOL- MENU VOL+ TUNE VOL- MENU VOL+ Program skip The Program skip feature enables you to skip/hide programs that you do not wish to be displayed when using the CH+/- buttons. These channels will still be displayed by directly using the channel number buttons on the remote control.
  • Page 14: Convenient Picture And Sound Control Functions

    "RICH", "USER","LISTEN", "SOFT" ) can be selected in turn. The 5 modes are Listen-This is a new feature that blacks out the TV Soft-Designed for night time low light viewing; Standard -Designed for rooms that have good all round Rich-Designed for rooms with high ambient lighting such...
  • Page 15: Black Stretch And Noise Reduce

    Convenient picture and sound control functions Continued Black Stretch-(Automatically Increases the Contrast Rage) Noise Reduce - (Picture Noise & Grain Reduction Circuit. Only use on poor reception.) Black stretch and noise reduce PICTURE VOL- VOL+ MENU FUNCTION VOL- MENU VOL+ How to select BLACK STRETCH PICTURE 1 Press the...
  • Page 16: Mute Function

    MUTE of the screen. At this time, the sound of the TV set is turned off. 2 If you want to recover the sound, press the MUTE button again or directly press the VOL-/+ buttons.
  • Page 17: Time Functions

    MENU VOL+ Clock setting The clock will only work if the TV set if left turned on or in standby. When the set is disconnect from the power supply or is turned off by the main power on the front panel, the clock loses power and will need to be reset when the power is reconnected.
  • Page 18: Sleep Timer And Program Preset

    VOL+ TIME VOL- VOL+ MENU NOTE: For operate turned off. Sleep timer The TV set have 18 sections option for sleep timer function (each section has a time interval of 10 minutes) (See right chart): 1 Press the TIME menu...
  • Page 19: Setup Function

    VOL-/+ buttons to turn CHILD LOCK function "ON" NOTE: All the control panel buttons on the top of the TV are disabled when CHILD LOCK is turned on. The power switch will still turn the TV set off. NO SIGNAL...
  • Page 20: Avl And Calendar Functions

    FUNCTION menu shown on the right display on the screen. button to select VOL-/+ button to turn the Calendar function Enables the TV sets internal calendar to be set. FUNCTION menu display on the screen. FUNCTION BACKGROUND...
  • Page 21: Fade

    Set up function Continued Fade FUNCTION 2 Press the CH +/- buttons to select "FADE . VOL- MENU VOL+ 3 Press the Fade The FADE control allows time for the picture tube to warm up and gently turned on, which can help prolong the life of the picture tube.
  • Page 22: Position Exchange Function

    VOL+ MENU Exchange This feature enables TV programs that may be on a wrong TV channel number to be swapped/exchanged. This feature is very useful when Automatic Search Tuning has been used, to reallocate the found programs to the correct channel numbers.
  • Page 23: Teletext

    Mix mode While in Teletext mode press the teletext data superimposed on top of the TV picture. Press You can press TELETEXT button into TELETEXT mode, press again to leave TELETEXT mode. All menu related functions are not available in TELETEXT mode.
  • Page 24 Continued Teletext Cancel mode This feature allows the TV picture to be displayed while next page to be searched is entered and found. Only the top teletext line is displayed until the page is found. Press the button to hide the teletext information. Either press the button or the Text button to exit the cancel display mode.
  • Page 25: Connection To The External Audio And Video Equipment

    Connecting the TV set to the other video and audio equipment Connecting to the other video and audio equipment To TV EXT To TV EXT To outside input To video/audio input DVD, VCD and other reproducing equipment Stereo...
  • Page 26: Troubleshooting Guide

    2.The TV set must only be repaired by a qualified registered service person. Never attempt to remove the back cover as the TV set has dangerous voltages in side that may cause a fatally or fire. 3. The cabinet may produce the occasional "snapping sound" This is normal and caused by the materials in the cabinet expanding with room temperature changes.
  • Page 27: Specifications

    Specifications Colour system Sound system Picture tube 21"colour picture tube(the viewable dimension is 51cm) Sound output power 2W not distortional Power requirements ~ 220-230V 50/60Hz Power consumption Dimension 576 Width x395 Depth x458 Height Remote control Accessories Owner's manual Battery(AA) The design and specifications may be changed without notice.
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