Dear Panasonic customer Welcome to the Panasonic family of customers. We hope that you will have many years of enjoyment from your new colour television. Safety Instructions The TV set can be operated on AC AUTO 110/240V, 50/60Hz To prevent damage which may...
Before Operating This Set Connect the Aerial Cable to the RF In Terminal VHF Aerial 75Ω Coaxial Cable To obtain the best quality picture and sound, an external antenna, the correct cables (75 Ohm coaxial) and the correct terminating plug will be required. If a communal antenna system is used, you may require the correct connection cable and plugs between the wall antenna socket and your television receiver.
Before Operating This Set Battery Installation Two “R6 (AA)” size Do not use rechargeable (Ni-Cd) batteries. They are different in shape and performance and may fail to ensure correct operation. ! Battery cautions The incorrect use of batteries can cause electrolyte leakage which will corrode the Remote Control or cause the batteries to burst.
Note: When AV1, AV2 or AV3 is selected, and that AV mode has no input picture signal, the background Colour of the TV screen will change (This only occur if the Blue-Back function is set to the ON condition). When an S-Video cable is connected to the S-Video terminal, the Video input will be automatically switched off for the AV mode.
How to connect the AV Monitor Output Terminals to other Equipment The “Monitor Out” terminal output the same signals as main picture on the TV screen and sound from the speaker at that time. e.g. TV programmes or signals from AV1, AV2 or AV3 input.
Location of Control (TV) PRE. TV / AV Preset button Model Name Plate Connecting Headphones When a headphones plug is inserted into the Headphones socket all speakers will be automatically disconnected; only the Headphones will function. (Optional) (not supplied) –...
Flow Chart of Main Menu When the "MAIN MENU" button is pushed at the main menu screen, the screen display will return to the normal viewing condition. When the "MAIN MENU" button is pushed at each MENU screen (Picture, Sound, Features, Language, Preset), the screen display will return to the Main Menu screen.
Press this button to turn the TV set ON, from stand-by mode. Press it again to turn off. Note: When in the stand – by condition, it is possible to turn the TV set on by pushing the Direct Programme Number Selection button (0-9) or the Programme Number up and Down button.
Setting Off-timer to AUTO mode.If the set is not switched off, when the TV station ends broadcasting, it will automatically go to the stand-by condition after 5 minutes. This AUTO mode will not operate when the TV receiver is in AV mode.
10 minutes when left or right button is pressed.) Note : Wake up time can be set up to 12 hours. 3. After setting the wake up timer, switch the TV set to stand-by mode. (LED light will blink ON and OFF during stand-by mode) For watching in brighter environments.
Note : i) After the Wake Up time is set and the TV mode is still not switched off, the Wake Up timer will continue to count down until the timer is off. ii) When Wake Up timer switch ON the TV set, the off timer is set to 90 minutes mode automatically.
Tuning Procedure Automatic Tune – PRE. TV/AV Press the "PRE" (PRESET) button, PRE. until "AUTO TUNE" function is selected. MAIN MENU Press the "MAIN MENU" and "Position" buttons, until "AUTO TUNE" function is selected. Press the Volume Up " + " button.
Tuning Procedure Manual Tune – PRE. TV/AV PRE. Press the "PRE" (PRESET) button twice, setting the Manual Tune mode. MAIN MENU Press the "MAIN MENU" and "Position" buttons, until "MANUAL TUNE" function is selected. Press either the Channel Up or Down button.
Fine Tune – PRE. TV/AV Under normal reception condition, this function is not used. However, in areas of poor reception or constant interference, a slight adjustment on the fine tuning can improve the picture and sound quality. Select the channel which you want to try to improve, using the Channel Up or Down buttons.
How to cancel the Fine Tuning – PRE. TV/AV Cancelling previously adjusted (manually) fine tuning, means re – activating the AFC (Automatic Frequency Control) Function, also known as AFT (Automatic Frequency Tuning). Re – activating the Automatic Frequency Tuning means allowing the set to automatically tune optimum tuning position, for that Channel Number.
Tuning Procedure How to Skip Programme Number – PRE. TV/AV Press the " PRE." (PRESET) PRE. button 6 times, setting the Preset Menu to "SKIP". MAIN MENU Press the "MAIN MENU" and "Position" buttons, until the Preset Menu to "SKIP" .
Tuning Procedure How to Cancel the Skip Function – PRE. TV/AV Press the " PRE." (PRESET) PRE. buttons 6 times, setting the Preset Menu to "SKIP". MAIN MENU Press the "MAIN MENU" and "Position" buttons, until "SKIP" is selected. Select the skipped Programme Number, by pressing the Channel Number Up or Down buttons.
Colour System Selection Use this function if a clear picture with weak colour is obtained when a Broadcast or AV signal is received. – PRE. TV/AV PRE. Press the " PRE." (PRESET) button 4 times. MAIN MENU Press the "MAIN MENU" and "Position"...
Tuning Procedure Sound System Selection This function is used only in the TV mode, and is not applicable in AV mode. When the sound is not clear or no sound is produced on a channel. – PRE. TV/AV PRE. Press the " PRE." (PRESET) button 3 times.
Channel UP or DOWN button, two digit programme selection or Direct Programme number selection on the remote control. (Position change will only exist in preset mode). Press the "TV/AV" button to confirm. TV/AV Press the "MAIN MENU" MAIN MENU button twice. 1 PRESET...
Advanced Remote Control Transmitter Operation Picture Menu Operation SOUND Picture Menu Push Select NTSC-TINT Select Select CONTRAST Select SHARPNESS Select COLOUR TEMP. Select Helpful Hint 1. By pushing the normal “N” button on the Remote Control while the Picture menu is displayed, the setting of the selected function will be return to factory setting level.
Advanced Remote Control Transmitter Operation Sound Menu Operation MAIN MENU PICTURE MAIN MENU Sound Menu Push Select Select BALANCE Select BASS BOOST Select LOUDNESS Select Select AVL (Auto Volume Limiter) The AVL function will limit the volume output for music, speech and movie at preset level when it is on. The AVL is not available in AV mode.
Child lock is On and is in Child locked channel. 4) Each channel has its own memory for channels to be child locked. VCR/Game mode. Reproduction of irregular signals, such as TV games and rental video tapes, may be improved. The VCR/GAME mode will change as shown. mode...
Advanced Remote Control Transmitter Operation Language Menu Operation Language Menu Press the "Position Up or Down" button. The on-screen language display will change as follows : MAIN MENU PICTURE...
Helpful Hint (1) If Geomagnetic changes still cause colour patches on the screen even after the TV is installed, turn the power off and turn back on again after about 30 minutes. (2) Adjustment for geomagnetic should be performed every time the location of the TV is changed.
Operation of the VCR / LD / DVD Manufacturer Setting Panasonic R-TUNE TV/AV – VCR ⁄ LD ⁄ DVD DISC SIDE LD ⁄ DVD MAIN MENU SKIP SKIP PICTURE MENU SOUND MENU WAKE UP P. A I SURROUND Remote Control Operation is possible for the VCR’s, LD’s and DVD’s of the various manufacturers.
Operation of the VCR / LD / DVD Panasonic R-TUNE TV/AV VCR ⁄ LD ⁄ DVD DISC SIDE LD ⁄ DVD MAIN MENU SKIP SKIP PICTURE MENU SOUND MENU WAKE UP P. A I SURROUND Execute the various operations after pushing the VCR or LD/DVD button.
Troubleshooting Before calling for service, determine the symptoms and make a few simple checks as shown below. Symptoms Picture Snowy Picture Multiple Image Interference Normal Picture No Picture No Colour Scrambled Colour Patches No Colour Sound Aerial Location, direction Connection Noisy Sound Aerial Location, direction Connection...
Specifications Power Source : AC AUTO 110/240V, 50/60Hz Power Consumption : 180 W Receiving System :17 SYSTEMS SYSTEMS PAL B,G,H PAL I PAL D,K SECAM B,G SECAM D. K. SECAM K1 NTSC M (NTSC 3.58 / 4.5MHz) NTSC 4.43 / 5.5MHz NTSC 4.43 / 6.0MHz NTSC 4.43 / 6.5MHz NTSC 3.58 / 5.5MHz...
Customer’s Record The model number and serial number of this product can be found on its cover. You should note this serial number in the space provided below and retain this book plus your purchase receipt as a permanent record of your purchase to aid in identification in the event of theft or loss, and for Warranty Service purposes.