Very comprehensive document which is a must-have for any Satellit 2100 owner whose set up is somewhat intricate. Due to the bad quality of the pictures that are rather dark and a bit blurred I gave 4-star feedback.
The manual was missing 2 pages but when I presented the problem to the company they made every attempt to get the 2 pages to me, when they couldn't they refunded my money. A very pleasing and easy transaction. The manual they provided was the original, it was concise and to the point. I plan to do business with this company again when should the need arise.
The owners manual is very good. all my how to questions were answered in detail.
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Using the remote control unit
Using the remote control, you can operate not only all the functions of the unit but also basic functions of your TV and the volume control of a JVC amplifier/receiver.
To install batteries in the remote control unit
The battery compartment is located on the back of the remote control unit.
Press down the point shown by the arrow at the top of the compartment cover, and pull it up to open the cover.
Place the two accessory R6P (SUM-3)/AA(15F) batteries in the remote control according to the polarity markings (â+â and âââ) inside the compartment and on the batteries.
Place the cover over the compartment, and press down lightly.
â¢ The batteries will last about six months with normal use. If the functions of the remote control become erratic, replace the batteries. See below for more information.
Precautions for the safe use of batteries
Observe the following precautions for the safe use of batteries. If they are used improperly their life will be shortened, they may burst or their contents may leak. Precaution
â¢ Remove the batteries from the remote control if it is not going to be used for a long period of time. â¢ Remove dead batteries and dispose of them properly. â¢ Never leave dead batteries lying around, take them apart, mix them with other refuse, or throw them into an incinerator. â¢ Never touch liquid that has leaked out of a battery. â¢ Do not mix new and old batteries, or batteries of different types, when replacing them.