Philips 25PT5207/60 manual

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    Oper ating Instructions 25PT5207 25PT5207 25PT5207 Colour television 1-4_25PT5207/E 07/16/03, 2:20 P[...]

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    2 Recycling Directiv e – T o minimise harm to the en vironment, the batteries supplied with the TV[...]

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    3 S AFETY I NFORMA TION AND U SEFUL T IPS Safety Information • Disconnect mains plug when : – th[...]

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    4 B EFORE C ALLING S ER VICE Below is a list of frequentl y occurr ed symptoms. Before you call f or[...]

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    5 Antenna Connection • Connect the aerial plug to the antenna socket ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ on the backcov[...]

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    6 Y ou can view the playbac k of VCR tapes (Video Disc players , camcorder s, etc .) by using the A [...]

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    7 C ONNECTING THE A UDIO /V IDEO S OCKETS (P LA CKBA CK ) Y ou can view the playbac k of D VD discs [...]

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    8 C ONNECTING THE A UDIO /V IDEO S OCKETS (R ECORDING ) Connection for r ecording from the TV channe[...]

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    9 & Pow er button – Switch set off temporarily to standby mode. (The red light indicator light[...]

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    10 F UNCTIONS OF R EMO TE C ONTROL 3 Main Index Button In teletext mode, press button to return to t[...]

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    11 F UNCTIONS OF TV C ONTROLS 3 INST ALL MENU – VOLUME + 7 CHANNEL 6 & Mains Po wer button Swi[...]

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    12 ¸ Operating instructions generally e xplains the operation of the TV set using the buttons on th[...]

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    13 A UT OMA TIC T UNING OF C HANNELS Automatic tuning of channels allows y ou to store each programm[...]

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    14 M ANU AL T UNING OF C HANNELS Manual tuning of channels allows y ou to select your prefer red cha[...]

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    15 C HANNELS M ANU AL T UNING OF C HANNELS ¸ Manual Store o ■ Colour System ■ Sound System ■ [...]

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    16 S ELECTING THE C OLOUR /S OUND S YSTEM This feature allo ws you to select your desir ed Colour an[...]

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    17 F INE T UNING OF C HANNELS This featur e allows y ou to adjust picture r eception in areas of wea[...]

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    18 E DITING OF C HANNELS This featur e allows y ou to skip or edit channels which hav e bad or weak [...]

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    19 ¸ A DJUSTING THE TV P ICTURE The picture menu allo ws you to mak e adjustments to the picture. M[...]

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    20 A DJUSTING THE TV S OUND The sound menu allows y ou to make adjustments to the sound. Displa y th[...]

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    21 U SING THE S CREEN F ORMA T Y ou can hav e a choice of tw o formats for your vie wing pleasure, n[...]

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    22 A CTIV A TING THE S IGNAL S TRENGTH The Signal Strength f eature allows to view the signal str en[...]

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    23 S MAR T P ICTURE C ONTROL Whether you ar e watching a movie or video game , your TV has automatic[...]

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    24 S MAR T S OUND C ONTROL Whether y ou are watching a movie or video game, your TV has automatic so[...]

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    25 P ERSONAL Z APPING A list or series of fa vourite TV programs can be selected and stored in the 4[...]

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    26 U SING T HE T ELETEXT If a TV channel broadcast contains teletext inf ormation, each channel that[...]

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    27 U SING T HE T ELETEXT § Interrupt Pr ess the button to change to TV mode. Press the button again[...]

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    28 S PECIFICA TIONS 25PT5207 Picture tube scr een size 630 mm Picture tube visible ar ea 590 mm Audi[...]

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