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â¢ The illustration below is for the remote control RM-C364GY. Your remote control may not look exactly like the illustrations.
1 Press the POWER button to turn your TV on.
â¢ If your TV does not turn on, press the Main power button on the TV then press the POWER button again. â¢ You can also turn on your TV by pressing any of the following buttons; - the CHANNEL m button - the Number buttons - the TV/VIDEO button
SYSTEM COLOUR SOUND
2 5 8 0
3 6 9 -/-MUTING
2 Select a channel.
â Press the CHANNEL m button.
â¢ Up/down selection cannot be selected for channels to which the SKIP has been set to âYESâ. See page 16.
CHANNEL RETURN+ SCAN
â Press the Number buttons to enter the channel number.
â¢ If you want to enter a two-digit number, press the -/-- button to select the two digit mode â--â, then enter the channel number.
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RM-C364GY
3 Press the VOLUME M button to adjust the sound. 4 To turn your TV off, press the POWER button.
â¢ We recommend that you press the Main power button on the TV to turn the main power off if you do not plan to use your TV for a long time or if you wish to save energy.
If the picture is not clear: Press the COLOUR SYSTEM button to select another colour system, see page 8. If the sound is not clear: Press the SOUND SYSTEM button to select another sound system, see page 8. Viewing Images from an External Device: Press the TV/VIDEO button to select the VIDEO mode.
â¢ You can also use the INPUT function to select the VIDEO mode. For details, refer to page 11.