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  • Page 2 Table of Contents Introduction Installation Operation Suggestion on food storage Care and maintenance...
  • Page 3: Important Safety Instructions

    Introduction Entry The model and serial numbers are found on the inner case or back of refrigerator compartment of this unit. These numbers are unique to this unit and not available to others. You should record requested information here and retain this guide as a permanent record of your purchase.
  • Page 4: Identification Of Parts

    Shelf Door Rack Lamp Shelf Shelf Snack Drawer Lamp Door Rack Vegetable Drawer Drawer OptiFresh Room Door Rack Door Rack Model LSC27990TT Lower Cover NOTE Parts, features, and options vary by model. Your model may not include every option. •...
  • Page 5: Where To Install

    Installation Where to install Unstable installation may cause vibration and Strong and even floor noise. If the floor to install the refrigerator on is not even, make the refrigerator level by rotating the height adjusting screw. AECDJ More than 2"(5 cm) A proper To ensure proper air circulation around the to back...
  • Page 6: Door Removal

    Installation Door removal Warning Electric Shock Hazard Disconnect electrical supply to refrigerator before installing. Failure to do so could result in death or serious injury. If your entrance door is too narrow for the refrigerator to pass through, remove the refrigerator Lower Cover door and pass the refrigerator laterally.
  • Page 7: Water Supply Installation

    Installation Pass the refrigerator laterally through the access Pass the refrigerator door as shown in the right figure. Install the freezer and refrigerator compartment doors Mount them in the reverse sequence of removal after they pass through the access door. Water supply installation Before Automatic icemaker operation needs water pressure of 21~121 psi (1.5~8.5...
  • Page 8: Water Connection Instruction Guide

    Installation Water connection instruction guide Connecting Read all directions carefully before you begin. the refrigerator to a water source Warning Connect to potable water supply only. IMPORTANT • If operating the refrigerator before installing the water connection, turn the icemaker to the OFF position to prevent operation without water.
  • Page 9 Installation Connect 1. Unplug the refrigerator or disconnect power. the tubing to 2. Turn OFF the main water supply. Turn on the nearest faucet to relieve the water line pressure on the line. It may help to open an outside faucet to allow the water to drain from the line in the house.
  • Page 10: Connect Tubing To Refrigerator

    Installation Connect the tubing to Before making the connection to the refrigerator, be sure the refrigerator the refrigerator power cord is not plugged into the wall outlet. If your refrigerator does not have a water filter, we recommend installing • one.
  • Page 11: Height Adjustment

    Installation Height adjustment If the freezer Level them by inserting a flat ( - type) driver into the groove of the left height adjusting screw and rotating it clockwise ( ). compartment door is lower than the refrigerator compartment door If the freezer Level them by inserting a flat ( - type) driver into the groove of the right height compartment door...
  • Page 12: External Equipment Connections

    Installation External Equipment Connections Antenna or Cable Service without a Cable Box Connections Antenna Connection For optimum picture quality, adjust antenna direction if needed. Main Power Multi-family Dwellings/Apartments Antenna jack (Connect to wall antenna socket) wall antenna socket Bronze Wire RF coaxial wire (75 ohm) VHF antenna Turn clockwise to tighten.
  • Page 13: Adjusting The Temperatures And Functions

    Operation Setup When your refrigerator is first installed, allow it to stabilize at normal operating temperatures 2~3 hours prior to filling it with fresh or frozen foods. If operation is interrupted, wait 5 minutes before restarting. Adjusting the temperatures and functions About defective pixels This LCD display contains hundreds of thousands of individual pixels.
  • Page 14 Operation Temperature - You can adjust the freezer and refrigerator temperature. Refrigerator/Freezer Press the TEMPERATURE button. Using the button, select the desired refrigerator. Select the temperature using the button. Refrigerator temperature options: 46, 41, 37, 34, or 32˚F Freezer temperature options: 7, 1, -2, -5, or -8˚F Press the SELECT button.
  • Page 15 Operation Dispenser - You can select from Crush, Water or Cube options. Crush/Water/Cube - When the dispenser is in use, the active option is indicated in the standby screen. - Crush , Water , Cube Press the DISPENSER button. Select the desired option using buttons.
  • Page 16 Operation Menu You can select from Information, Gourmet Recipes, Refrigerator, Settings, and Photo Album function. Press the MENU button. Select the menu using the buttons. Press the SELECT button. You will see the detail menu.
  • Page 17 - Reception of weather forecast information received and displayed on the screen is subject to vary depending on your region and location of refrigerator. - Thereby LG does not guarantee and will not be held responsible for accuracy of the weather information.
  • Page 18 Operation ❐ Anniversary Reminder - Register the anniversary date. Select the Anniversary reminder using the button. < To set a new date > Press the button to select Anniversary Reminder. Select the month using the button. Press the button and then select the date using the button.
  • Page 19 Operation < To view the anniversary list > Press the button to select Anniversary Reminder. Press the button You can check the detail menu using to select List. button. ❐ Data & Time Setting To set the date and time. Press the button to select Data &...
  • Page 20 Operation ❐ Timer To set the alarm. Press the button to select Timer. Select the time using Press the button button. to select Save. Return to the Information menu. - The alarm will go off at the set time, and the timer image will be displayed in the screen.
  • Page 21 Operation Select the recipe after selecting the menu category of dish. Gourmet Recipes Select the menu category using the button. You can select the dish Press the button using the button. to select More. You can select the detail menu Press the button using the...
  • Page 22 Operation You can select from Filter reset, Door alarm, Dispenser light, Manual, and Service Call Refrigerator functions. ❐ Filter Reset Reminds you when to replace the filter. < When the filter exchange date is still not due. > Press the button to select Filter Reset.
  • Page 23 Operation < When the filter exchange date is overdue. > Press the button to select Filter Reset. Press the button Press the SELECT button. to select Reset. Return to Refrigerator menu. - You will see a message notifying you how long it will be before you need to change the filter.
  • Page 24: Door Alarm

    Operation ❐ Door Alarm This is the function of notifying you every 30 seconds that the refrigerator door is open for more than 1 minute. You can turn the door alarm on or off. Press the button to select Door Alarm. Press the button Press the...
  • Page 25 Operation ❐ Dispenser Light This function controls the LED lamp located on the dispenser. Press this icon turn the dispenser light on or off. Press the button to select Dispenser Light. Press the button Press the button to select Save. to select On.
  • Page 26 Operation ❐ Owner’s Manual You can select from Key Guide, Tem. Adjustment, Child Lock, Weather Forecast, Proper Food Storage, Fridge Maintenance Guide, Freezer Maintenance Guide or Elimination of Odor function. Press the button to select Owner’s Manual . Select the menu using the button.
  • Page 27 Operation 1. Key Guide 2. Tem. Adjustment Press the You will see the detail Press the You can check the button to select menu. button to select detail menu using the Key Guide. Tem. Adjustment. button. 3. Child Lock 4. Weather Forecast Press the You can check the Press the...
  • Page 28 Operation ❐ Service Call Info. This shows the number to call for service in the US or Canada. Press the button to select Service Call Info. You will see the detail menu. You can select from Display Image, Display Theme, Power Saver, Settings Screen Backlight/Button Sound, or ˚C/˚F Setting function.
  • Page 29 Operation ❐ Display Image You can select the standby screen setting. Press the button Select the desired photo using to select Display Image. button. Press the button to select Preview. You can preview other Press the button to select Save. standby screens using button.
  • Page 30 Operation ❐ Power Saver You can select the Power Saver function. < When Power Saver function is selected > - When selecting [Use of Power Saver], the LCD screen backlight turns off after eclipse of designated time. Press the button Press the button to select Use.
  • Page 31 Operation ❐ Screen Backlight/Button Sound - You can adjust the screen brightness. - When selecting the button sound, you can turn the button sound on or off. Press the button to select Screen Backlight/Button Sound. Select the brightness value using button.
  • Page 32 Operation You can register a photo or setup the standby screen. Photo Album < When setting to the standby screen > Select the desired photo using button. Press the button Press the button to to select Display Image. select Save. Press the button to select Preview.
  • Page 33 Operation < When deleting > Select the desired photo using button. Press the button to select Press the button to Delete. select Save. Press the button to select Yes. Return to the standby screen. < When deleting all> Press the button to select Delete All.
  • Page 34 Operation < When registering the photo > When you connect the USB Memory Stick to the USB port, it reads the photo data and adds the album list. < When using USB Memory Stick > When selecting Photo Album and then connecting the USB Memory Stick, Import item is activated.
  • Page 35 Operation Lock can be used to disable the buttons and prevent tamperng with the settings. Lock Select Lock using the buttons. - Lock or unlock buttons and dispenser by pressing down the button for 3seconds. - When lock is selected, the dispenser and buttons will be locked and will not operate. - When lock is selected, the lock icon will appear on the screen.
  • Page 36 Operation Other functions Ambient Temperature Display Window. Temperature is displayed only between 16°F ~ 120°F (-9°C ~ 49°C). Temperature less than 15°F (-9°C) is indicated with LO and temperature more than 121°F (49°C) is indicated with HI. Diagnostic (failure detection) function The diagnostic function automatically detects failure when failure is found in product during the use of refrigerator.
  • Page 37: Humidity Control In The Vegetable Compartment

    Operation Shelf Shelf height The refrigerator compartment shelves are adjustable so you can locate them according adjustment to your needs. Slide Shelf Pull the shelf ahead and take off it while lifting both front and rear part. Fixed Shelf, Folding Shelf Lightly lift up the front part of shelf to pull it ahead and then take off it while lifting the rear part of shelf.
  • Page 38: Optifresh Temperature Bin

    Operation OptiFresh temperature bin Method to use You can select the optimum temperature to store some types of foods. - Vegetables, fruits, cold storage items requiring humidity maintenance can be stored under optimal condition by pressing the button. OptiFresh Crisper Activate If you open the refrigerator door, an indicator lamp shows the status of the OptiFresh.
  • Page 39: Location Of Foods

    Suggestion on Food Storage Location of foods (Refer to Identification of Parts, page 4.) Snack drawer Store small foods such as bread, snacks, etc. Store various frozen foods such as meat, fish, Freezer compartment ice cream, frozen snacks, etc. shelf Store small packed frozen food.
  • Page 40: Storing Foods

    Suggestion on Food Storage Storing foods Store fresh food in the refrigerator compartment. How food is frozen and thawed is an important factor in maintaining its freshness and flavor. Do not store food which spoils easily at low temperatures, such as bananas and melons.
  • Page 41: How To Remove And Replace Parts

    Care and Maintenance How to remove and replace parts NOTE Dismantling is done in the reverse sequence of assembly. • Be sure to unplug the power plug before dismantling and assembly. Never apply severe force to dismantle parts. Parts may be damaged. Freezer To remove the lamp cover, separate the shelf compartment...
  • Page 42 Care and Maintenance To remove the lamp cover, pull the lamp Upper lamp in refrigerator cover forward while pressing the bottom compartment side of the lamp cover upward. Turn the bulb counterclockwise. Use a 40-watt bulb (max.) which can be purchased at a service center.
  • Page 43 Care and Maintenance Filter We recommend replacing the filter when the replacement water filter indicator light turns on or your water dispenser or ice maker decreases noticeably. After changing the water filter cartridge, reset the water filter status display and indicator light by pressing and holding the BUTTON for 3 seconds.
  • Page 44: General Information

    Care and Maintenance General information During average length vacations, you will probably find it best to leave the refrigerator Vacation time in operation. Place freezable items in freezer for longer life. When you plan to store the refrigerator, remove all food, disconnect the power cord, clean the interior thoroughly, and block the doors open to prevent mold and mildew.
  • Page 45: Troubleshooting

    Care and Maintenance Troubleshooting Before calling for service, review this list. It may save you both time and expense. This list includes common occurrences that are not the result of defective workmanship or materials in this appliance. Occurrence Possible Cause Solution Normal Operations Refrigerator...
  • Page 46 Care and Maintenance Occurrence Possible Cause Solution Refrigerator Thermostat is keeping the refrigerator This is normal. The Refrigerator goes on compressor at a constant temperature. and off to keep the temperature constant. does not run. Temperatures are too cold Temperature in the Adjust the freezer control to a warmer Freezer control is set too cold freezer is too cold...
  • Page 47 Care and Maintenance Possible Cause Solution Occurrence Sound and Noise Louder sound Today’s refrigerators have increased It is normal for sound levels to be higher. levels when storage capacity and maintain more Refrigerator is on. even temperatures. Louder sound Refrigerator operates at higher pressures This is normal.
  • Page 48 Care and Maintenance Occurrence Possible Cause Solution Odors in Refrigerator Clean interior with sponge, warm water, Interior needs to be cleaned. and baking soda. Be sure the soda is completely dissolved so it will not act as an abrasive compound. Cover food completely.
  • Page 49 Care and Maintenance Occurrence Possible Cause Solution Ice has melted and frozen around auger Remove ice storage bin, and thaw and the Dispenser will not dispense due to infrequent use, temperature contents. Clean bin, wipe dry, and replace ice. fluctuations, and/or power outrages. in proper position.
  • Page 50 LG ELECTRONICS, INC. LG REFRIGERATOR LIMITED WARRANTY - USA...
  • Page 52 REFRIGERATOR User’s Guide Please read this guide thoroughly before operating and keep it handy for reference at all times. REFRIGERATEUR (TV) Manuel d’utilisation Prière de lire attentivement le présent manuel avant d’utiliser le réfrigérateur. Conserver à port ée de main pour pouvoir le consulter à...
  • Page 53: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents 2 - 3 Warning 4 - 5 Safety Instructions 6 - 7 Location and Function of Controls 8 - 9 Controls Remote Control Button Installing Batteries Connection to External Equipment 10 - 12 Antenna/Cable Connection Cable or VHF/UHF (or VHF only) Cable and VHF/UHF (or VHF only) Cable TV Connections Connecting a DVD...
  • Page 54: Contents

    Contents Sound Menu 23 - 26 SSM (Sound Status Memory) Balance AVL (Auto Volume Leveler) Audio Language (in digital mode only) Stereo/SAP Broadcasts Setup Time Menu 27 - 30 Clock On/Off Time Auto sleep Time Zone Daylight saving Sleep timer Setup Menu Child Lock Caption Menu...
  • Page 55: Warning

    Warning CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage”...
  • Page 56 Warning Note - If the TV feels cold to the touch, there may be a small “flicker” when it is turned on. This is normal, there is nothing wrong with TV. - Some minute dot defects may be visible on the screen, appearing as tiny red, green or blue spots. However, they have no adverse effect on the monitor's performance.
  • Page 57: Safety Instructions

    Safety Instructions IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1. Read these instructions. 2. Keep these instructions. 3. Heed all warnings. 4. Follow all instructions. 5. Do not use this apparatus near water. 6. Clean only with dry cloth. 7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
  • Page 58 Safety Instructions 11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. 12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table specified by the manufacturer or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the PORTABLE CART WARNING cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
  • Page 59: Location And Function Of Controls

    Location and Function of Controls Controls Antenna Jack Power Button Component Jack Radio Antenna MENU CH/PR INPUT POWER MENU CH/PR INPUT POWER VOLUME MENU CH/PR INPUT POWER Remote Control Sensor...
  • Page 60: Remote Control Button

    Location and Function of Controls Remote Control Button INPUT POWER Selects TV, Component or Radio. Selects MTS sound. MUTE Mono, Stereo or SAP. Switches the sound on or off. MENU Activates the on-screen menu, Scroll through the Favorite. toggles through the menus and Channel Recall list.
  • Page 61: Connection To External Equipment

    Connection to External Equipment Antenna/Cable Connection - For optimum picture quality, adjust antenna direction if needed. - Turn the end of the cable to the clockwise direction to be connected to the connector located at the top of the refrigerator. Incorrect connection may cause a bad quality.
  • Page 62: Cable Or Vhf/Uhf (Or Vhf Only)

    Connection to External Equipment Cable or VHF/UHF (or VHF only) Connecting a cable system or an external VHF/UHF antenna to the VHF/UHF input will allow you to enjoy high definition and standard definition digital programming (if available in your area) along with the standard definition analog programming.
  • Page 63: Connecting A Dvd

    Connection to External Equipment Connecting a DVD DVD Connection Panel ANT IN S-VIDEO COMPONENT IN ANT OUT Connection 1. Connect the DVD video outputs to the COMPONENT (Y, P ) jacks and connect the DVD audio outputs to the AUDIO jacks. 2.
  • Page 64: Basic Operation

    Basic operation On and Off 1. First, connect antenna cable and power cord correctly. • In standby mode, press the or number buttons on the remote control or or POWER on the TV front panel to turn it on. 2. Select the viewing source by pressing INPUT to cycle through the selections. 3.
  • Page 65: On Screen Menus

    On Screen Menus Menu selection - The dialogue between you and your set takes place on screen with an operator menu. The buttons required for the operating steps are also displayed. [ 1 ] [ 2 ] Press the MENU button and Press the button to display the sub menu.
  • Page 66: Setting Up Tv Stations

    Setting up TV stations Memorizing the Channels with Auto STATION Auto program - For Auto program to work, the programming source Manual must be connected to the TV and the TV must be Edit Name receiving programming signals either over-the-air or from a cable-type service provider.
  • Page 67: Add/Delete Channels With Manual

    Setting up TV stations Add/Delete Channels with Manual STATION Auto program - You can manually include or erase individual channels. Manual Edit Name MENU D / E Press the MENU button and then use button to select STATION the STATION menu. Auto program CH : TV 46 Manual...
  • Page 68: Fine Tuning Adjustment

    Setting up TV stations Fine Tuning Adjustment STATION Auto program - This function adjusts the pictures stability and condition Manual when it is poor. Edit Name MENU D / E Press the MENU button and then use button to select STATION the STATION menu.
  • Page 69: Favorite Channels Setup

    Setting up TV stations Favorite Channels Setup STATION Auto program - Favorite Channel lets you quickly tune in up to 12 Manual channels of your choice without having to wait for the TV Edit Name to scan through all the in-between channels. MENU D / E Press the MENU button and then use...
  • Page 70: Assigning A Station Name

    Setting up TV stations Assigning a station name STATION Auto program - You can assign a station name with seven characters to Manual each program number. Edit Name MENU D / E Press the MENU button and then use button to select STATION the STATION menu.
  • Page 71: Picture Menu

    Picture Menu CSM (Color Status Memory) PICTURE - To initialize values (reset to default settings), select the option. Contrast Brightness Color Sharpness Tint MENU Press the MENU button and then button to select the PICTURE PICTURE menu. Cool Normal Contrast Warm D / E Press the...
  • Page 72: Psm (Picture Status Memory)

    Picture Menu PSM (Picture Status Memory) PICTURE Contrast Brightness Color Sharpness Tint MENU Press the MENU button and then use button to select PICTURE the PICTURE menu. Dynamic Standard Contrast Mild Press the button and then use button to select Brightness Game Color...
  • Page 73: Manual Picture Control

    Picture Menu Manual Picture Control PICTURE Contrast Brightness Color Sharpness Tint MENU Press the MENU button and then use button to select PICTURE the PICTURE menu. Contrast Press the button and then use button to select the Brightness desired picture option. Color Sharpness Press the...
  • Page 74: Sound Menu

    Sound Menu SSM (Sound Status Memory) SOUND Balance Audio Language MENU Press the MENU button and then use button to select SOUND the SOUND menu. Flat Balance Music Movie Press the button and then use button to select Audio Language Speech User >>>...
  • Page 75: Balance

    Sound Menu Balance SOUND Balance Audio Language MENU Press the MENU button and then use button to select SOUND the SOUND menu. Balance Press the button and then use button to select the Audio Language desired sound item. Press the button and then use button to make appropriate adjustments.
  • Page 76: Audio Language (In Digital Mode Only)

    Sound Menu Audio Language (in digital mode only) SOUND Balance Audio Language MENU Press the MENU button and then use button to select SOUND the SOUND menu. English Balance French Spanish Press the button and then use button to select Audio Language Press the button and then use...
  • Page 77: Stereo/Sap Broadcasts Setup

    Sound Menu Stereo/SAP Broadcasts Setup - The TV can receive mts stereo programs and any SAP (Secondary Audio Program) that accompanies the stereo program, if the broadcaster transmits an additional sound signal as well as the original one. - Mono : The primary language is heard from left and right speakers.
  • Page 78: Time Menu

    Time Menu Clock TIME Clock Off Time [ Auto ] On Time Auto Sleep - The time is set automatically from a digital channel Time Zone signal. Daylight saving - The digital channel signal includes information for the current time provided by the broadcasting station. - Set the clock manually, if the current time is set incorrectly by the auto clock function.
  • Page 79: On/Off Time

    Time Menu On/Off Time TIME Clock - The off timer automatically switches the set to standby at Off Time the preset time. On Time Auto Sleep Time Zone Daylight saving MENU D / E Press the MENU button and then button to select the TIME Clock...
  • Page 80: Auto Sleep

    Time Menu Auto sleep TIME Clock - If you select on the menu, the set will Off Time automatically switch itself to standby mode approximately On Time Auto Sleep ten minutes after a TV station stops broadcasting. Time Zone Daylight saving MENU D / E Press the MENU button and then...
  • Page 81: Daylight Saving

    Time Menu Daylight saving TIME Clock - If you select on the menu, observes Off Time Daylight Saving time. On Time Auto Sleep - The function don’t need to be available Time Zone in the function. Daylight saving MENU D / E Press the MENU button and then button to select the TIME...
  • Page 82: Setup Menu

    Setup Menu Child Lock SETUP Language - The TV can be set so that the remote control handset is Input needed to control it. This feature can be used to prevent Child Lock unauthorized viewing. - It’s not available in the front button of the set. MENU Press the MENU button and then button to select the...
  • Page 83: Caption Menu

    Caption Menu Caption Menu Setup CAPTION Caption Mode - Use the CC button repeatedly to select Captions. Caption Option - Customize The DTV/CADTV captions that appear on your screen. are available in DTV mode only. MENU [ Caption Mode ] Press the MENU button and then use button to select CAPTION...
  • Page 84: Lock Menu (Option)

    Lock Menu (option) Lock Menu Options Parental Control can be used to block specific channels, ratings and other viewing sources. The Parental Control Function (V-Chip) is used to block program viewing based on the ratings sent by the broadcast station. The default setting is to allow all programs to be viewed.
  • Page 85 Lock Menu (option) [ For Television programs including made-for- TV movies : ] General TV Ratings: • Unblocked • TV-G and Above : (general audience) (individual categories do not apply) • TV-PG and Above : (parental guidance suggested) • TV-14 and Above : (14 years and older) •...
  • Page 86 Lock Menu (option) [ For Canadian English/French language rating system : ] Canadian English language rating system: • Unblocked • C and Above : (Children) • C8+ and Above : (8 years and up) • G and Above : (General programming. Suitable for all audiences.) •...
  • Page 87: Lock Menu Setup

    Lock Menu (option) Lock Menu Setup LOCK Lock System Set Password Rating Input Block MENU D / E Enter Password Press the MENU button and then use button to select the LOCK menu. Then, press the button. • If LOCK is already set, enter the password requested. •...
  • Page 88 Lock Menu (option) [ Set password ] - Change the password by inputting a new password twice. LOCK Lock System New Password D / E Set Password Press the button to select Rating Confirm Password Input Block Press the button. Enter a four digit password.
  • Page 89 Lock Menu (option) [ Rating ] - Selecting canadian/english/french rating system. LOCK Lock System TV & MPAA D / E Set Password Canadian Press the button to select Rating Input Block D / E Press the button and then use button to select D / E Press the...
  • Page 90 Lock Menu (option) [ Input Block ] - Enables you to select a source to block from the external LOCK source devices you have hooked up. Lock System Component Unblocked Set Password Rating D / E Press the button to select Input Block Press the button to select...
  • Page 91: Optional Features

    Optional features Information * DTV mode information appears on screen. Ch 9-1 KBS D1 Aug/10/2006 3:27 PM Speed 3:00 PM-4:45 PM KBS D-1 16:9 HD 1080i Not Rating DD Stereo 16:9 3:27 PM Multilingual Caption - This function shows the present screen information. Press the OK button during watching TV.
  • Page 92: Radio Menu

    Radio Menu Basic Operation - Be sure to select the Radio with INPUT button of the RADIO remote control before operation. Mono FCR 0 107.30 MHz D / E - When pressing the channel ( ) button one time, it will increment the search by 0.1MHz.
  • Page 93: Radio Station Auto Search

    Radio Menu Radio Station Auto Search Press the MENU button. Radio Menu Favorite Program D / E Press the buttons to select Storage Erase Frequency 87.90 MHz Press the button to begin the channel search. Auto Program MENU Favorite Channel Memory - Favorite channel memory is a convenient feature that RADIO lets you quickly scan up to five channels of your choice...
  • Page 94: Troubleshooting Check List

    Troubleshooting Check list Symptoms No picture, no sound Sound OK, poor picture Picture OK, poor sound Picture blurred Lines or streaks in picture Poor reception on some channels No color Poor color Remote control does not work Incorrect position Vertical bars or stripes on background Horizontal noise Signal Cable message appears Check these items and try to adjust these...
  • Page 95 Commandes Commandes 44 - 45 Avertissement 46 - 47 Consignes de sécurité 48 - 49 Emplacement et fonctions des commandes 50 - 51 Commandes Touche Télécommande Installation des piles Branchements externes 52 - 54 Raccordement à une antenne/câblé Câble ou VHF/UHF (Ou VHF seulement) Câble et VHF/UHF (Ou VHF seulement) Raccordement au réseau câblé...
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