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  • Page 1 We bring good things to life.
  • Page 2 Important Infor na an lllI TO REDUCE THE RISK OF _C SHOCK, DO WARNING NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVI(3NG TO QUAt,IFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL To reduce the risk of fire or shock hazard, do not expose this TV to rain This symbolindic_ or moisture.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Introduction ..Table of Contents Thank you for choosing GE Your television is designed for long Important Information ............. i life and superior operation. Despite its sophistication, your new "IV is amazingly simple to operate because it Getting Started has so many automatic features.
  • Page 4: Getting Started

    Getti'ng Started First-Time Operation The steps below will help you get your TV connected and working quickly. Page numbers are also listed for more details. 2. Place batteries in remote. 3. Connect antenna Unpack TV and accessories. cable-TV system. Shown below are the accessories that 1.
  • Page 5 Getting Started First-Time Operation 7. Set the dock. 5, Turn on TV and place channels Edit the channel memory, in memory. You can add and erase channels from • Press MENU repeatedly until SETUP is highlighted. Then press + to select the memory as desired.
  • Page 6: Controlling Your Tv

    Controlling Your TV Front Panel Shown here are the front-panel buttons. €'- Remote Sensor VOL Buttons (Volume Up and Down) Remote Sensor (Also + and- Buttons) • When using the remote control, point it toward this sensor. • Press VOL + to increase volume, or press VOL- to MENU Button decrease volume.
  • Page 7: On-Screen Displays

    Controlling Your TV On-Screen Displays Channel Number Slee (_) Alarm Timer MUTE Sleep Timer Time This display appears when the sleep timer has been set This display a_wars after the clock is set whenever you Details are on page 10. change channels or press DISPLAY Channel Number Alarm Timer...
  • Page 8: Remote Operation

    Controlling Your TV • Remote Operation When operating the remote, point it directly at the front of the TV. Objects between the remote and the remote sensor can block the signal to the 'IV. MUTE Button POWER Button • Press to turn the TV on or off. •...
  • Page 9 Controlling Your TV INPUT Button MENU Button • Switches the TV to channel 03. This is • Press repeatedly until the item you want useful ff you have a VCR connected to is highlighted, then press + or- to enter POWER ©...
  • Page 10: Operating Features

    Operating Features VIDEO Menu Press MENU until VIDEO is highlighted. Then press + to select the VIDEO menu. Press MENU to move down the menu and + and - to adjust each function. Press MENU to select VIDEO The VIDEO RESET function changes all the video functions (color, tint, contrast, brightness, sharpness) back to the factory settings.
  • Page 11: Setup Menu

    Operating Features SETUP Menu Press MENU until SETUP is highlighted. Then press + to select the SETUP menu. Press MENU to move down the menu and + and - to adjust each function. By setting the Sleep function, you program your TV to turn itself off after a of time.
  • Page 12: Sleep Timer Operation

    Operating Features Sleep Timer Operation By setting the Sleep Timer, you can Setting the Sleep Timer program your TV to turn itself off 1. Press MENU until SETUP is high- 4. When the Sleep Tarter is turned on, the after a certainperiod of time (up to lighted.
  • Page 13: Alarm Timer Operation

    Operating Features Alarm Timer Operation Setting the Alarm Timer The "IV can be programmed to turn itself on at a specific time within a 24- 4. When the Alarm "Vtmeris turned on, 1. Press MENU until SETUP is high- hour period by setting the Alarm the letters ALM appear on the screen lighted.
  • Page 14: Autoprogramming Channel Memory

    Operating Features Editing Channel Memory Autoprogramming Channel Memory Follow these instructions to erase and add 1. Connect home antenna(s) or cable to The Channel Memory is the list of TV channels. your set. channel numbers your TV will stop on when you press the CHAN up or down 1.
  • Page 15: Connecting Your Tv

    Connecting Your TV Antenna/Cable Information Use the connector shownbelow to connect Most modern TV antennas receive both Cable-TV delivers both VHF and UHF VHF (Very High Frequency) and UHF channels and other channels not available your antenna or cable-TV system to the back of the TV.
  • Page 16: Home Antenna Connections

    Connecting Your TV Home Antenna Connections Follow one of the steps below to connect an indoor or outdoor antenna to your TV (not a cable-TV system). If the antenna cable coming from your home antenna is a 75-ohm round coaxial cable that carries only VHF (channels 2-13), only UHF (channels 14-69), or VHF and UHF channels, connect it to your set like this: Cable _rve_...
  • Page 17: Cable-Tv Connections

    Connecting Your TV Cable-TV Connections Follow one of these steps to connect a cable-TV system to your TV instead of a home antenna. Since cable-TV systems vary, you may Wish to consult your local cable-TV company for additional information. Follow this diagram ff your cable company does not require a cable box (no scrambled channels): _ble Follow this diagram if your cable company requires a cable box that can be controlled by remote control: A_fl'i[tlmA...
  • Page 18: Mounting Your Television

    Connecting Your TV Mounting Your Television Follow these insm_ons if you want to mount yo_ TV.under a cabinet: Tools Required: • Rule or tape measure • Phillips screwdriver • Pencil • Blade screwdriver • Drill and 1/4" drill bit • Drill Countersink Attachment (Optional) Mounting Considerations: •...
  • Page 19 Connecting Your TV 4. Drill holes in cabinet • Drill l/4-inch diameter holes through the underside of the cabinet bottom using the five circles on the mounting guide as a guide. 5. Remove mounting guide and drill shavings Remove the mounting guide and clean the drill shavings from inside and under the cabinet.
  • Page 20 Connecting Your TV 10. (Optional)Attach Supplied Antenna to Bottom of TV If you have attached the supplied dipole antenna to the top of your TV, you will need to attach it to the bottom of your TV before mounting it. If you have connected another type of antenna, skip to step I 1 If the dipole antenna is attached to the top of the TV, you can remove it by grasping the base and lifting it up and off.
  • Page 21: Getting Started

    Getting Started Cable-TV Operation Scrambled Cable-TV Channels Your new TV is designed to receive up Some cable-TV companies do not to 181 TV channels, including follow the EIA/NCTA standards and Some cable companies offer non-scrambled cable channels (see "premium-pay" channels in which the instead assign their own channel signal is scrambled.
  • Page 22: Limited Warranty

    • Pay any Authorized GE Television Servicenter the labor charges to repair your television. • Pay any Authorized GE Television Servicenter for the new or, at our option, refurbished replacement parts and picture tube required to repair your television. How you get service: •...
  • Page 23: Accessories

    Accessories Remote Control Accessory Order Form Book No. 2051034A This is the remote that came packed with your TV. You can use the Description PartNo. Total order form to order it direct by mail ReplacementPowerCord 192492 if desired. $I0.00 AntennaAdapt_ 193983 AntennaMixer 193984...
  • Page 24: Order Form

    Accessories United States and Canada Orders Charge your order on your VISA Order by phone using your Visa or MasterCar_ Call the toll-free or MasterCardby t'filingin below number listed below between 8AM and 8PM Eastern Standard Tune. Use this number only to place an order for accessory USEYOUR CREDIT CARD items listed on this order form.
  • Page 25: Caring For Your Tv

    Caring for your TV Cleaning Care A special antistatic cleaning and polishing solution You can clean the TV as required, using a soft cloth or the (AH035) is available for use on most TV screens and non- dusting attachment of your vacuum cleaner. Be sure to occasionally vacuum the ventilation slots in the cabinet to...
  • Page 26: Trouble Checks

    Trouble Checks Checks and Adjustments TV Trouble TM will not turn on • Check to make sure it is plugged in. • Check the wall receptacle (or extension cord) to make sure it is "live" by plugging in something else. •...
  • Page 28 If your"IV needs service, please contact your dealer or the nearest serviccnter. Please do not send any products to the Indianapolis address listed below or on the box. This only adds delays for service of your TV. For service information refer to the warranty page. °1996 ThomsonConsumerElectronics, I nc.