Beko 20LB330 Operating Instructions Manual

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20" L5C LCD TV
Operating Instructions

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  • Page 1 C O L O U R T E L E V I S I O N S 20” L5C LCD TV Operating Instructions...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Safety instructions ............6 Getting started ............7 Aerial connection ..............7 Switching on ...............7 Battery fitting ...............7 Control unit ..............8 Side and rear panel .............8 Remote control..............9 Using the TV ............10 Tuning the TV ..............11 Automatic tuning ..............11 Manual tuning ..............12 Program organising............14 TV setup ..............15...
  • Page 3: Important Information

    The moulded incorporates a 5A fuse. Should the fuse need to be replaced an ASTA approved BS 1362 fuse of the same rating must be used. Do not forget to refit the fuse cover. In the event of losing the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement fuse cover which must be the same colour as that visible on the pin face of the plug has been fitted.
  • Page 4: Special Features

    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.
  • Page 5: Safety Instructions

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  • Page 6: Getting Started

    However, if you use an indoor aerial the quality of the reception may be reduced and adjustment Do not throw your old batteries into a fire, dispose of them in a designated disposal area. of the aerial may be required when changing programs.
  • Page 7: Control Unit

    VGA (PC Input) Audio phono (R) Please note • Do not use Video Phono and S-Video connections at the same time, otherwise they will effect the picture. • RGB inputs from scart will give you better picture quality. • Remove cover to access scart and aerial sockets.
  • Page 8: Remote Control

    2. Mute of volume (MUTE) ( 3. Numeric buttons 4. Audio/Video (AV) ( ) 5. PC mode transition ( ) 6. Teletext / MIX / TV ( ) 7. Up movement (Menu -Teletext) ( 8. Left movement (Menu) ( ) 9. Volume UP ( ) 10.
  • Page 9: Using The Tv

    The mute function will be Caution! cancelled. If you are not going to use your television for a long period of time, make sure to Return to Selected Button Program switch it off from the main power button.
  • Page 10: Tuning The Tv

    Press the button on your remote 4. AVS when using S-Video socket “when TV control, the MAIN MENU will appear has 2 scart sockets” You can return to TV mode use down button to highlight by pressing AV button again.
  • Page 11: Manual Tuning

    If the program found on screen is highlight and select U.K. option and acceptable in quality, then in order to store it use press the button. The AUTO PROGRAM the upward movement button...
  • Page 12: Fine Tuning

    When the program viewed on screen is required. Under normal circumstances, you will not need to use the Fine Tuning required select the PROGRAMME NO function. The AFC values of your television line.
  • Page 13: Program Organising

    Press the Press the “Blue” button. The program button of your remote control, upon which indicated is then deleted and all you will go into the Program in the Setup remaining programs are moved to the prior number. menu press the button, to select the PROGRAM TABLE.
  • Page 14: Tv Setup

    Stereo transmission. If the program you are viewing is available in stereo, then this will be indicated with STEREO on screen display. Spatial To give further “depth” to the sound of the program you are watching, select “Spatial” using right movement button in Sound Mode.
  • Page 15: Sound Features

    Equalizer When you plug in the headset and press the Highlight “EQUALIZER” in the SOUND MUTE button sound is transferred into the headset. MENU, press the button bringing the The audio setting of the headset can be adjusted equalizer setting function on screen. Using using the “VOL+”...
  • Page 16: Picture Menu

    Using the down movement button, highlight to the SCART, you can adjust the TINT the Child Lock option and turn it ON or OFF as picture mode of your screen. If you do ( )/( ) needed. Using right/left movement buttons...
  • Page 17 TV sound language. it will switch to the channel program indicated. In this way you can preset the time of the program you wish to follow and have your television switch to them at their starting time automatically.
  • Page 18: Using Teletext

    Using Teletext Teletext is an information system that displays TV/text mix text on your TV screen. Using the teletext control To view a TV programme whilst in text buttons you can view pages of information that mode, press the button. The text are listed in the teletext index.
  • Page 19 TV program, to display the time. pages press the button again. Fast text At the bottom of the teletext screen is a row of To select a sub page subject headings in red, green yellow and blue. If the page of text you are viewing...
  • Page 20: Connecting External Equipment

    Plug one end of the SCART lead (not supplied) If the sound is mono, use the Audio Input L. and into the back of the video recorder and the other in the SOUND menu select the MONO feature.
  • Page 21 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 on the TV.
  • Page 22: Connecting A Dvd Player

    Plug one end of the SCART lead (not supplied) Plug one end of the PHONO lead into the video into the back of the DVD player and the other and audio out sockets on the back of the DVD...
  • Page 23: Connecting A Decoder

    Connecting a decoder Via SCART Plug one end of the phono lead into the video and audio out sockets on the back of the decoder Make sure the TV and decoder are both switched and plug the other end into the video and audio off.
  • Page 24 Connecting TV with video and satellite/digital receiver Connecting TV with camcorder Connecting TV games and computer -25-...
  • Page 25: Pc Use

    ), ( )/( ) buttons on your remote control. P H A S E : A D C ’ s p h a s e s e t t i n g H.POSITION: Horizontal position setting V.POSITION: Vertical position setting...
  • Page 26: Help And Service Tips

    Poor picture • Is the aerial plugged in. Sound coming from only one • If you are using a set top aerial is it properly aligned for the best signal. speaker • Make sure the aerial is not to close to neon •...
  • Page 27: Technical Specifications Table

    This product has been made from high-quality parts and materials which can be re-used and recycled. Therefore, do not throw the product away with normal household waste at the end of its life. Take it to a collection point for devices. This is indicated by this symbol on the product, in the operating manual and on the packaging.
  • Page 28: Main Uk Transmitter Stations

    MAIN UK TRANSMITTER STATIONS UHF CHANNELS STATIONS CT D BBCI BBC2 Regional Main Stations BBCI BBC2 Bluebell Hill North West Crystal Palace Caldbeck Dover Winter Hill Heathfield Douglas (‹OM) Oxford North East Belmont Sandy Heath Emley Moor Sudbury Tacolneston North East...
  • Page 29: Guarantee

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