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Description of JVC AV-28BD5EKIS Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

The manual is available in languages: English, French, Portuguese

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Text excerpt from page 26 (click to view)
• If the plug is disconnected from the AC socket, or the TV aerial has problems, you may think there is a problem with the TV itself. Be sure to check the following before calling for service. IMPORTANT • Review all instructions in this manual Problem s GENERAL Action

The TV cannot be turned on. • Insert the plug in an AC socket. • Turn the main power on. (See page 3) • The buttons on the front panel of the TV will not work if the CHILD LOCK is operating. Use the POWER button on the remote control to turn the TV on. No picture or sound. • Check aerial connections. (See page 6) • Choose the correct input mode. (See page 6) • Change the SYSTEM setting manually. (See “USING THE INSTALL MENU” on page 20.) • Did you set the SLEEP function? (See page 13) • If broadcast signal is not present for about 30 minutes, the set will be automatically turned off. • For safety reasons, the TV will automatically turn off if no operations are made within approximately 3 hours after the TV is turned on with the WAKE UP function. • Did you set the WAKE UP function? (See page 18)

The TV shuts off automatically.

The TV turns on automatically. Inoperable remote control.

• Replace the batteries. (See page 3) • Insert the batteries correctly. (See page 3) • Use the remote control within about 7 metres of the TV. • Change the SYSTEM setting manually. (See “USING THE INSTALL MENU” on page 20.) • Move the components apart until the interference is eliminated. • Reposition the aerial. • Reposition the aerial. • Replace with an aerial with better directionality. • Reposition the aerial. • Replace with an aerial with better directionality. • Check aerial connections. • Redirect the aerial. • Replace or repair the aerial. • Disconnect the headphones.


Poor colour.

Lines or streaks in picture (interference).

Spots (crosstalk).

Double pictures (ghosts).

Snowy pictures (noise)


No sound from the TV’s speakers.

The following are normal and are NOT malfunctions: • When touching the picture tube surface, you might feel a slight charge of static electricity. This is because the picture tube contains static electricity; it does not affect the human body. • The TV may emit a crackling sound due to a sudden change in temperature. There is no problem unless the picture or sound is abnormal. • When a still, bright image (of a white dress, for example) appears on the screen, the image may be coloured. This problem occurs in all picture tubes, and as the bright image disappears, the colour also disappears. • This TV is equipped with a microcomputer that may operate abnormally due to interference from external components. If this happens, turn off the main power and disconnect the power cord from the AC socket. Then reconnect the power cord to the AC socket and turn on the main power again.


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