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Toshiba 15CL7A Owner's Manual

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WNER'S
LCD Colour TV
15CL7A
15CL7E
15CL7T
20CL7A
20CL7E
20CL7T
M
ANUAL
Owner's Record
You will find the model number and serial number on
the back of the TV. Record these numbers in the spaces
provided below. Refer to them whenever you call upon
your TOSHIBA dealer regarding this product.
Model number:
Serial number:
72742095
YC/L

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  • Page 1

    You will find the model number and serial number on the back of the TV. Record these numbers in the spaces 20CL7E provided below. Refer to them whenever you call upon your TOSHIBA dealer regarding this product. Model number: 20CL7T Serial number:...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Stereo/Bilingual selection ........24 Exemptions ■ Toshiba is not liable for any damage caused by fires, natural disaster (such as thunder, earthquake, etc.), acts by third parties, accidents, owner's misuse, or uses in other improper conditions. ■ Toshiba is not liable for incidental damages (such as profit loss or interruption in business, modification or erasure of record data, etc.) caused by use or inability to use of product.

  • Page 3: Introduction

    Check! the following: 100-240V AC 100-2 For 15CL7A, 15CL7E, 15CL7T: Use 100 – 240V AC 50/60 Hz 100 – For 20CL7A, 20CL7E, 20CL7T: Use 100 – 240V AC 50/60 Hz 100 – Never use the TV outside the specified voltage range. It may cause a fire or an electric shock.

  • Page 4

    Introduction Important Safety Instructions (continued) Installation (continued) Never place the TV in an area exposed to high humidity levels, such as in a bathroom or close to a humidifier. This may cause a fire or an electric shock. Never place the TV next to a stove where it will be exposed to oil, smoke, or steam, or in a location where there is a large quantity of dust.

  • Page 5: Use

    Never place hot objects or open flame sources, such as lighted candles or nightlights, on or close to the TV. High temperatures can melt plastic and lead to fires. The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.

  • Page 6: Service

    Introduction Important Safety Instructions (continued) Use (continued) Never pull on the power cord when removing the plug from the wall outlet. Always hold the plug firmly when removing it. If the power cord is yanked, the cord may become damaged and fire or electric shock may occur.

  • Page 7: Cleaning

    Introduction Important Safety Instructions (continued) Important information Service (continued) If the TV is dropped or the cabinet is damaged, turn off the TV and remove the power plug from the outlet immediately. If the TV is powered on in this condition, it may cause a fire or an electric shock.

  • Page 8

    Introduction Important information (continued) Important information (continued) About the LCD screen • If you have the LCD screen facing to the sun, the LCD screen will be damaged. Be aware of locating the TV in the place such as window side or outside of the room. •...

  • Page 9: Getting Started

    The exact type and positioning of the aerial will depend upon your particular area. Your Toshiba dealer or service personnel can best advise you on which aerial to use in your area. Before connecting the aerial cable, remove the back terminal cover (see page 11).

  • Page 10: Exploring Your New Tv

    Getting started Exploring your new TV • You can operate your TV using the buttons on the top panel or remote control. The back and side panels provide the terminal connections to connect other equipment to your TV. See “Equipment connections” on pages 32 - 34. •...

  • Page 11: Tv Back

    TV back Before the connecting the aerial and audio/video cables, remove the terminal panel cover (see “Rear terminal cover” below). TV back view Left side view VIDEO 2 input terminals [32] The plug type varies depending on the model. Headphone jack (3.5 mm, stereo) Cable holder* When the power plug is...

  • Page 12: Learning About The Remote Control

    Getting started Learning about the remote control Location of controls For the use of each control, see the pages in brackets. o Sound mute [13] Stereo/bilingual selection [24] CALL Power on/Standby [13] CALL [14, 19] b Sound mode selection [22] Picture mode selection [21] Y To set Sleep Timer [25] Not used...

  • Page 13: Watching Tv Programmes

    Getting started Watching TV programmes Turning the TV on or off/Volume/Sound Mute Switching on the TV: TV top view Press the Power button on the TV or press the button on the remote control. The power on indicator lights in green. Switching off the TV (standby mode): Press the Power button on the TV or press the...

  • Page 14: Changing Programme Positions/programme Return/on-screen Information

    Getting started Watching TV programmes (continued) Changing programme positions/Programme return/On-screen information To change programme position: TV top view • Enter the desired programme position number using the ABCD Pr. 1 Number buttons on the remote control. You can also change the programme position by using the or P button.

  • Page 15: Learning About The Menu System

    Getting started Learning about the menu system To use the menu system: Press the MENU button to open the menu system, then press the or button to select a main menu. Press the OK button, then press the z or y button to select an item. Press the OK button, and then press the z or y button to select or adjust a setting.

  • Page 16: Selecting A Language

    Getting started Learning about the menu system (continued) Selecting a language Choose from seven different languages (English, Chinese (CS), Russian, Arabic, Vietnamese, Thai and Malay) for the on-screen display. Press the MENU button, then CALL press the or button to Setup display the Setup menu.

  • Page 17: Programming Channel Memory

    Getting started Programming channel memory • First, use the Auto Programme function to preset all the active channels in your area automatically. Then, arrange the preset channels with the Manual Programme function so that you can tune into only desired channels. •...

  • Page 18: Manual Programme

    Getting started Programming channel memory (continued) Manual programme Select the programme position you want to arrange with the Py or Pz button or Number buttons. Press the MENU button, then press the or button to display the Channel menu. Press the OK button, then press CALL the z or y button to select Channel...

  • Page 19

    Manual programme (continued) Skip: Press the z or y button to select Skip, then press the OK button. Press the z or y button to Manual programme CALL Storage select On. System The programme position will Channel then be skipped when you Skip select channels with the P Search...

  • Page 20: Mft/aft

    Getting started Programming channel memory (continued) MFT/AFT MFT (Manual Fine Tuning): The adjustments below are not necessary under normal receiving conditions. However, in areas of inferior broadcast conditions where adjustment is necessary for a better picture, perform the MFT function. CALL Select the programme position you want to fine-tune with the P...

  • Page 21: Basic Operation

    Basic operation Picture quality adjustment Picture quality adjustment To select the picture mode using the remote control: You can select the picture quality instantly among three preset modes and one user-set mode. • Repeatedly press the button to select one of the following CALL picture qualities: Dynamic...

  • Page 22: Sound Adjustment

    Basic operation Sound adjustment Sound quality adjustment To select the sound mode using the remote control: You can select the sound quality instantly among five preset modes and one user-set mode. • Repeatedly press the b button to select one of the following CALL sound qualities: Flat...

  • Page 23: Using The Avl Function

    Using the AVL function AVL maintains an equal volume level automatically, even if the channel is changed. To activate the AVL: Press the MENU button, then press the or button to display the Sound menu. CALL Press the OK button, then press the z or y button to select Sound AVL.

  • Page 24: Stereo/bilingual Selection

    Basic operation Sound adjustment (continued) Stereo/Bilingual selection To select the stereo programmes: When a stereo programme is STEREO received, STEREO appears. CALL Repeatedly press the MONO button to toggle between stereo and monaural modes. Display Reception mode STEREO Stereo MONO Monaural To select the bilingual programmes: MENU...

  • Page 25: Using The Tv's Features

    Using the TV’s features Input selection/Sleep Timer Input selection To select the input source: TV top view Repeatedly press the button on the TV or the remote control until you see the appropriate input indicator on the screen: VIDEO 1 ( (1), VIDEO 1 input), VIDEO 2 ( (2), VIDEO 2 input),...

  • Page 26: Blue Screen Function

    Using the TV’s features Blue screen function/ Activating the Auto off function Blue screen function With the blue screen function On, if the TV does not receive a signal, the screen will automatically turn blue and the sound will be muted.

  • Page 27: Viewing Teletext

    Viewing teletext Teletext – Control buttons The TV is capable of showing both normal text and the text information selected by Auto mode and List mode. The Teletext buttons on the remote control have the same function for both text information types. To view normal text To display a page of text ( Select a desired TV station with the text service.

  • Page 28: Teletext Buttons On The Remote Control

    Viewing teletext Teletext – Control buttons (continued) Below is an introduction to the teletext buttons on your remote control and their functions. Teletext buttons on the remote control Note: To display a page of teletext: It will not be possible to change Press the button to display teletext.

  • Page 29

    Teletext buttons on the remote control (continued) To select the time display (with the Teletext service only): If you press the button while 9:56 and 25 seconds p.m. watching a normal TV broadcast, you will see a time display from the 21:56:25 broadcaster.

  • Page 30: Teletext - Auto And List Modes

    Viewing teletext Teletext – Auto and List modes Auto mode Auto mode is a method of viewing Teletext pages by related subjects grouped by the broadcast studio. You can access any given topic shown on the screen simply by pressing the corresponding coloured text select button on the remote control.

  • Page 31: Using List Mode

    List mode You can preset up to four of the most frequently used text pages to select these pages easily. Using List mode To select the List mode: Press the MENU button, then press the or button to display the Setup menu. Press the OK button, then press the z or y button to select CALL Teletext.

  • Page 32: Equipment Connections

    Equipment connections Side panel connections You can connect a wide variety of auxiliary equipment via the inputs located on the TV’s side panel. The side panel connections are referred to as “VIDEO 2.” Connection example Always refer to the owner’s manual of the equipment to be connected for full details. TV back view Side panel detail Camcorder with S-Video...

  • Page 33: Back Panel Connections

    S-video. Three jacks can only be used with component video compatible equipment (e.g., a Toshiba DVD video player with component video outputs). • Additional equipment and cables shown are not supplied with this TV.

  • Page 34: Connecting A Computer

    The following signal can be displayed: 20CL7A/20CL7E/20CL7T : • VGA: VESA 640 x 480 @ 60 Hz 15CL7A/15CL7E/15CL7T : • XGA: VESA 1024 x 768 @ 60Hz • SVGA: VESA 800 x 600 @ 60 Hz • VGA: VESA 640 x 480 @ 60 Hz Other formats or non-standard signals may not be displayed correctly.

  • Page 35: Pc Setting

    Equipment connections PC Setting You can adjust the horizontal/vertical picture position, clock (to minimize vertical stripes on the screen), and phase (to remove horizontal noise and sharpen the picture). You can auto-configure and reset these settings. Picture position/Clock/Phase adjustments First, start up the computer connected to the TV, then press the button repeatedly to select the PC input mode (see page 25).

  • Page 36: Auto Configure/to Reset

    Equipment connections PC Setting (continued) • The Auto configure function allows you to automatically adjust the screen position, clock, and phase. • The reset function allows you to return to the picture settings programmed at the factory. Auto configure/To reset To auto configure: Press the MENU button, then press the or button to display the PC menu.

  • Page 37: Reference Section

    Reference section Troubleshooting Before calling a service technician, please check the following table for a possible cause of the symptom and some solutions. Symptom and solution Symptom Solution TV will not turn on • Make sure the power cord is plugged in, then press •...

  • Page 38: Broadcast Systems/specifications

    15CL7A/E/T: 100 - 240V AC, 50/60 Hz 100 - 20CL7A/E/T: 100 - 240V AC, 50/60 Hz 100 - Power consumption 15CL7A/E/T: 50 W (average), 0.8 W (standby mode) 50 W 20CL7A/E/T: 65 W (average), 0.8 W (standby mode) Dimensions 15CL7A/E/T: 379 mm (W)

  • Page 39

    Visible size (diagonal) 15CL7A/E/T: 38.0 cm 38.0 c 20CL7A/E/T: 51.0 cm 51.0 15CL7A/E/T: 1024 (H) dots × 768 (V) dots Number of pixels 20CL7A/E/T: 640 (H) dots × 480 (V) dots Audio power 5 W + 5 W (10% THD) 40 ×...

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    Sirajuddin siddiqui Dec 02, 2016 12:45:
    For service my own Toshiba lcd model 20cl7e, for not displaying functions by remote control
  • Sirajuddin siddiqui Dec 02, 2016 12:45:
    For service my own Toshiba lcd model 20cl7e, for not displaying functions by remote control