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BASIC TV/REMOTE OPERATIONS TELEVISION
Press the POWER button to turn the TV ON. Press the VOLUME + button to increase the sound level or the VOLUME â button to lower the sound level. Pressing both buttons at the same time will display the onscreen menu. Once in the menu, use these button
INSTALL / MENU
â VOLUME +
to make adjustments or selections. Press the CHANNEL UP v or DOWN w button to select TV channels.
REMOTE SENSOR WINDOW
â VOLUME +
into the remote:
o load the supplied batteries
POWER S LEEP CLOC CC K
1. Remove the battery compartment lid on the back of the remote. 2. Place the batteries (2- AA) in the remote. Be sure the (+) and (-) ends of the batteries line up correctly (inside of case is marked.) 3. Reattach the battery lid. Point the remote control toward the remote sensor window on the TV when operating the TV with the remote.
SURF /CH TUS STA EXIT A
ART ICTU RE
Remember, You can press any button on the front of the TV to turn the TV ON. The tuned channel number will always briefly appear when the TV is first turned ON (and with channel changes.) You can also press the STATUS/EXIT button (on the remote) to see what channel the TV is ON.