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HOOKING UP YOUR TV (CONTâD)
POWER CORD CONNECTIONS
AC CORD CONNECTION
Connect the AC power cord to the AC 120V jack on the back of the TV. Plug in the power cord at the wall outlet.
DC 13.2V AC 120V
If both the car battery cord and the AC cord are connected, standard electrical power may be
ollow these instructions to connect the TV to AC power.
unavailable. Disconnect the car battery cord and the AC cord from the TV and leave the TV alone for at least 10 minutes. Reconnect only the AC power cord, then turn on the TV.
sually, the supplied indoor rod antenna provides adequate reception. But when you want to watch TV outdoors or in a vehicle, use a mobile antenna (not supplied) or an indoor dipole antenna (not supplied) and a car battery cord (supplied) to get good reception.
Refer to the Owner's Manual included with your mobile antenna to make a connection similar to the one shown in this illustration. Make sure your vehicle has a 13.2-volt, negative ground electrical system. Connect one end of the car battery cord to the DC 13.2V jack on the back of the TV. Then connect the other end of the car battery cord to the cigarette lighter jack in your vehicle. Mobile Antenna (not supplied) To the Vehicleâs Cigarette Lighter jack Back of TV Car battery cord (supplied)
ANT. IN DC 13.2V AC 120V
Remember, use only the supplied car battery cord. Make sure the cigarette lighter jack is free of ashes and other debris. Make sure you push the car battery cordâs plug completely into the cigarette lighter jack.
â¢ Do not watch TV while driving. â¢ Always unplug the car battery cord from the cigarette lighter jack before you unplug it from the TV. â¢ If you use the TV with the vehicleâs engine off, recharge the vehicleâs battery every four hours or as often as necessary. Unplug the car battery cord from the cigarette lighter jack when you finish using the TV. â¢ When you use the TV with the car battery cord, noise may appear on the TV screen. â¢ Please do not use this TV in high temperature conditions.
Fuse Replacement (Car Battery Cord) If the TV does not have power when connected properly in your vehicle, you may need to replace the fuse in the car battery cord. Use only a 5-amp, 250-volt, fast blow fuse, which is available at an electronics retailer. 1)To remove the old fuse, unscrew the red cap from the end of the cord. Place your fingers on the grooved part of the cap and turn the cap counterclockwise. 2)When the cap is removed, the red cap and the silver tip will be loose. The fuse will be loose inside the end of the cord. 3)Remove the old fuse and insert a new fuse. 4)Replace the red cap and the silver tip. The fuse will tighten into place as you screw on the cap, turning the cap clockwise. (When tightened, the end of the fuse will fit into the silver tip, located in the center of the red cap.)
FRONT AUDIO/VIDEO IN JACKS
When you are finished watching the tape, press the TV/AUX button on the TV remote control to return to viewing normal TV channels. If the VCR or camcorder has Right and Left AUDIO OUT jacks, you will need a âYâ connector cable in order to connect the camcorder/VCR to the TV. Or, check the ownerâs manual of the camcorder or VCR. It may explain how to connect to a TV that has a single AUDIO In jack.
AUDIO/VIDEO IN JACKS
or more convenient tape playback from a camcorder
or VCR, use the AUDIO and VIDEO In jacks on the front of the TV. These easily accessible jacks allow quick connections between the TV and the VCR or camcorder.
Connect a video cable (not supplied) to the VIDEO OUT jack of the camcorder/VCR and to the yellow VIDEO In jack on the front of the TV.
Connect an audio cable (not supplied) to the AUDIO OUT jack of the camcorder/VCR and to the white AUDIO In jack on the front of the TV.
When you play a tape on the VCR or camcorder, select A/V IN at the TV. Press the TV/AUX button to select A/V IN. A/V IN will appear on the screen. Turn on the camcorder/VCR and press the PLAY button on the camcorder/VCR. When you are finished watching the tape, press the STOP button on the camcorder/VCR.
VIDEO AUDIO OUT
Audio Cable (white) from AUDIO OUT to AUDIO In
Video Cable (yellow) from VIDEO OUT to VIDEO In