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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
COLOUR TELEVISION
PF28WT100

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    INSTRUCTION MANUAL COLOUR TELEVISION PF28WT100...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS REMOTE CONTROL & TV CONNECTIONS IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS INSTALLATION START UP CONNECTING EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT DAILY USE MENUS DESCRIPTION TELETEXT TROUBLESHOOTING SPECIFICATION...

  • Page 3: Remote Control & Tv Connections

    REMOTE CONTROL & TV CONNECTIONS LOCAL CONTROL Front MAIN POWER button REMOTE sensor FRONT VIDEO INPUT socket TV / AV button FRONT AUDIO INPUT (L + R) socket VOLUME UP/DOWN buttons HEADPHONE socket PROGRAM UP/DOWN buttons STAND-BY indicator B10 FRONT PANEL S-VIDEO jack Rear MONITOR OUT VIDEO...

  • Page 4: Important Safeguards

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS WATER AND MOISTURE The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing water and no object filled with liquids, such as vases , should be placed on the apparatus. HEAT Never place the set near heat sources. Never put a naked flame, such as a candle, on the top of TV set.

  • Page 5: Start Up

    START UP LANGUAGE MENU The very first time that you turn on the TV, the LANGUAGE menu will appear on the screen. Its purpose is to enable you to select the language that will be used for all the OSD (On Screen Display) menus. The user must enter a choice of language before proceeding further. The language entered at this stage can still be modified at any later time, by entering the LANGUAGE menu (accessed from the FEATURES menu: see later section under MENU DESCRIPTION).

  • Page 6: Daily Use

    Front TV/AV SELECTION Allows to switch between TV and external modes. By repeatedly pressing the remote control TV / AV (A5) or the TV front panel TV / AV (B7) button, the on-screen display is changed as shown : AV1 > AV2 > SVHS > TV HEADPHONE SOCKET To hear TV sound with headphones, insert a 3.5mm...

  • Page 7: Sound Control

    PROGRAM SELECTION (FROM 0 TO 99) Direct selection Up / Down selection Use the remote control NUMBER 0….9 buttons (A3). Use the remote control PROGRAM UP (A6) / DOWN For two digits program numbers, enter the second (A21) buttons or the TV set front panel PROGRAM digit within 2 seconds.

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    You can select three pictures settings, by using the remote control NORMAL button (A17) : - Normal I (standard hard picture) - Normal II (standard soft picture) - Favourite For other adjustments: BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, COLOUR, SHARPNESS, NOISE REDUCTION, use the PICTURE menu. If an NTSC signal is received, then the TINT adjustment will also be available.

  • Page 9: Menus Description

    MENUS LANGUAGE SELECTION, CHILD LOCK, CLOCK SETTING, WAKE UP, NOISE REDUCTION These functions are available in the Features menu (see description page 14). CHILD LOCK standby mode. This function only allows the TV to be turned on using the remote Alternatively, the user can enter the time manually using the CLOCK control.

  • Page 10

    (For operating instructions, see page 10, HOW TO USE THE SUB-MENUS) - Select and adjust the level of each function : BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, COLOUR, SHARPNESS, TINT (if available). - The above modified values are automatically stored in FAVOURITE mode. - NOISE REDUCTION feature has 4 levels according to your preference. - The OK (A18) or NORMAL button will select the picture presets FAVOURITE, NORMAL I, NORMAL II.

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    (For operating instructions, see page 9, HOW TO USE THE SUB-MENUS) Automatic tuning system Country Program list edition TV system TV system modification Channel number Channel number Channel Frequency Channel Frequency Channel name Channel name Program number Program number Program storage number Program storage number Automatic Tuning System ATSS = Automatic Tuning and Sorting System.

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    Channel order changing Channel skipping Channel deleting - Select the program to move using the - You can select skip "YES" or - Select the program to delete using remote control CURSOR UP (A6) / DOWN "NO" using the remote control the remote control CURSOR UP (A21) buttons.

  • Page 13: Features Menu

    FEATURES MENU See section near the end of section DAILY USE for a more detailed explanation of these functions. (For operating instructions see page 10, HOW TO USE THE SUB-MENUS) 1. Adjust this value ON or OFF. - In stand-by mode, the stand-by indicator flashes red and green to indicate the CHILD LOCK is set.

  • Page 14: Teletext

    TELETEXT - Select the desired program with teletext. - Press the remote control TELETEXT ( ) button (A22) to select teletext mode. The initial page (or the last page viewed if you have already used teletext in the present channel) appears. - Picture And Teletext (PAT) function : If you want to watch the TV program and use teletext at the same time, press the TELETEXT button (A22) again.

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    INDEX button (A18): Allows you to return directly to the PAGE HOLD button (A9): Any teletext page or initial teletext page. subpage can be held on the screen by pressing the PAGE HOLD button. - The page number shown in the extreme top left corner of the screen will become red.

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    Doubling character height Repeatedly pressing the HEIGHT button (A23) doubles the character height in the following order: Upper half of the page (UP) > Lower half of the page (DOWN) > Return to normal height. If the page is in UP or DOWN mode, then normal size is automatically set if : - A new page request is made (e.g.

  • Page 17: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING B B Before Asking for Service: Neither picture nor sound: Picture is OK, but no Sound is OK, but no Overlapped Picture sound: color: Image: •Is power cord plugged in? •Check if “Volume Down” is •Check if the “Color Control” is •Check if the antenna direction pressed.

  • Page 18: Specification

    SPECIFICATION TV Standard PAL, NTSC 3.58 / 4.43(AV) Color system B/G, H, M(AV) Sound system Rated voltage AC 240V~, 50Hz Power on Power consumption Stand-by Sound Output Power 7W X 7W(10% THD. 60% MOD. At 1kHz) BAND I : CH0 - CH4 [CH0(46.25Mhz), CH2(64.25Mhz)] Channel Coverage BAND II : CH5 - CH12 [CH7(182.25Mhz), CH10(196.25Mhz) CH10(209.25Mhz)]...

  • Page 19: Nec Service Centres

    Western Australia Perth 45 Sarich Court, Osborne Park 6017 (08)9445 5901 For Service in outer areas, please contact your NEC retailer for the address of the nearest Authorised NEC Service Centre. NEC Australia Pty. Ltd. Home Electronics Group 244 Beecroft Road EPPING 2121...

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