C O L O U R T E L E V I S I O N TÉLÉVISEUR COULEUR T E L E V I S Y E N W A R N A 14AG2 - DC OPERATION MANUAL M O D E D ’ E M P L O I BUKU PANDUAN OPERASI Please read this operation manual carefully before using the colour...
Dear Sharp Customer Thank you for buying SHARP Colour Television Receiver. To ensure proper operation, please read this manual carefully. After reading, keep this manual in a safe place for future reference. Safety Precautions To prevent fire or electrical shock, do not use the TV set in an excessively damp place.
Do place the TV set onto an even stand, table or track which size is bigger than the TV set. If the TV set is put onto a smaller size or uneven stand, table or track may cause the TV cabinet to distort. Do not put or insert anything between TV set and the stand, table or track.
Location of Controls Remote Control Infrared Transmitter Window STANDBY/ON (B) button Aim this window at the • CHANNEL SELECT buttons infrared sensor window button) on your TV set. FLASHBACK button • Returns to previously viewed channel. $ VOLUME UP ( TV/VIDEO ) or DOWN ( ) button...
Location of Controls (continued) TV Front DC POWER switch/ BATTERY indicator AUDIO INPUT POWER (X) switch terminal (AV-IN) POWER indicator VIDEO INPUT terminal (AV-IN) Infrared sensor window CHANNEL UP (CHr) or DOWN (CHs) button VOLUME UP ( ) or DOWN ( PICTURE/PRESET button button (These are also used to make adjustment in PRESET mode).
Basic Operation TV/VIDEO STANDBY/ ON (B) button FUNCTION TIMER PICTURE SYSTEM NORMAL DC POWER switch/BATTERY indicator POWER (X) switch CHANNEL UP (CHr) or DOWN (CHs) button POWER indicator VOLUME UP ( ) or DOWN ( ) button (1) Turn On the AC Power (TV set) Press the POWER (X) switch on the TV set to turn the TV set ON.
Basic Operation (continued) (2) Battery Operation Turn on the DC Power BLACK Connect the red battery clip to (+) on the battery terminal. Connect the black battery clip to (–) on the battery terminal. 12V CAR BATTERY Press the DC Power. The battery indicator will appear green. If the indicator appears red, battery voltage is low.
Basic Operation (continued) (3) Changing the Channels Changing channels with the CHANNEL UP (CHr) or DOWN (CHs) button on the remote control Press the CHANNEL UP (CHr) button and the channels change in the order shown below: 1 → 2 → 3 → … → 98 → 99 → 0 → 1 → 2 → 3 → … Press the CHANNEL DOWN (CHs) button and the channels change in the order shown below: 3 →...
OSD (On-Screen Display) Language Selection On-Screen Display language selection Press the FUNCTION button 5 times. Press the CHANNEL UP (CHr) or DOWN (CHs) button to move the d mark on the screen when selecting “ENGLISH”, “FRENCH”, “CHINESE”, “MALAY” or “ARABIC”. Press the FUNCTION button FUNCTION TIMER...
Presetting Channels (continued) Manual Channel Preset (MANUAL): Setting a channel to a desired TV station. (TV set) Press the PICTURE (PRESET- Sound System button on the TV set for more than 2 seconds. The Auto mode screen appears. !,@,^ Press the PICTURE (PRESET- button again to display the MANUAL mode screen.
Fine Tuning This function lets you easily fine-tune the TV set to improve reception and picture quality Press the FUNCTION button 1 time. TV/VIDEO Press the VOLUME UP ( ) button. The reception frequency signal is adjusted upward. Press the VOLUME DOWN ( ) button.
Skipping Channels This function lets you skip vacant channels or channels that you never watch when you select channels using the CHANNEL UP or DOWN button I Setting Skip TV/VIDEO Use the remote control or TV set CHANNEL UP (CHr) or DOWN (CHs) button to select the channel to skip.
Picture Adjustment Adjusting the Picture Press the PICTURE button to enter Picture Adjustment mode. TV/VIDEO Each time you press the PICTURE button, the mode changes as shown on the right. Adjust using the VOLUME UP ( ) or DOWN ( ) button. TINT is displayed only for NTSC and is not displayed for PAL or SECAM.
Timers Reminder: This function lets you know when a preset length of time has passed by displaying a “ ” mark on the TV set. This is useful for timer cooking while you watch TV. I Setting the Reminder Press the TIMER button and the “...
Timers (continued) OFF Timer: Automatically turns to Standby mode after the set length of time has passed. I Setting the Off Timer TV/VIDEO Press the TIMER button 2 times and the OFF display appears. Press the VOLUME UP ( ) or DOWN ( ) button to set the time.
Timers (continued) ON Timer: Automatically turns power on after the set length of time has passed. I Setting the On Timer TV/VIDEO Press the TIMER button 3 times and the ON display appears Press the VOLUME UP ( ) or DOWN ( ) button to set the time.
Colour and Sound System Switching Systems: Set the system to AUTO for normal TV reception. The AUTO mode automatically detects the receiving signal system and changes the reception system of the TV set. When the picture or sound is not stable, switching to an appropriate system may improve the picture or sound quality.
Function Adjustment Blue Back: Automatically turns the screen blue after 5 seconds if the broadcast signal is not received (e.g. when a TV station closes down). After 15 minutes of non-reception, the TV set enters Standby mode. Press the FUNCTION button 4 times.
Function Adjustment (continued) White Temp: This function changes the white colour background to reddish white or bluish white. Press the FUNCTION button 3 times. TV/VIDEO Press the VOLUME UP ( ) or DOWN ( ) button. The function changes as shown on the right each time you press the VOLUME UP ( ) or DOWN ( ) button.
Function Adjustment (continued) C Call: Displays the current channel number, the timer and other settings on the screen. (Time remaining on the Timer) Press the CALL (C) button. The time remaining on the Off Timer, TV/VIDEO On Timer and Reminder appear on the screen.
Video Equipment Connections Enjoy the stunning visuals of a VIDEO DISC PLAYER or VCR by connecting them to this TV set through its Audio/Video In terminals. FRONT <Example of connection> Camcorder Front terminals To Audio/Video out terminals Yellow:To VIDEO White:To AUDIO REAR <Example of connection>...
Troubleshooting The following problems do not always indicate a hardware failure. Therefore, please use the troubleshooting guide below before calling for repair service. If, after following the guide none of the remedies work, unplug the TV set and call for service. Quick Quick Service...