Sharp 14T1-U Operating Manual

14T1 U

Fire prevention
To prevent fi re, never place any 
type of candle or naked fl ames on 
the top or near the TV set.
Object entry
Never insert or drop any metallic 
or infl ammable objects into 
the ventilation openings of the 
TV set, as this can cause fi re, 
electrical shock, or electrical 
failure.
OPERATION  MANUAL
COLOUR TELEVISION
14T1-U
TINS-D500WJZZ
07P11-MSF
 E1 
SAFETY 
PRECAUTIONS
The following accessories are included with this television.
Remote Control
Size-AA batteries
Operation manual
Rod antenna (dipole) with ribbon feeder
300-75 impedance converter
 E2 
ACCESSORIES
 E3 
ANTENNA 
CONNECTION
If your outdoor antenna uses a 75-ohm coaxial cable 
with a standard DIN45325 plug (IEC 169-2), plug it 
into the antenna jack at the rear of the set.
Connecting to an antenna
Connecting to an antenna via a VCR
If your outdoor antenna uses a 300-ohm twin-lead 
fl at feeder, connect a 300-ohm to 75-ohm impedance 
converter and plug it into the antenna jack at the 
rear of the set.
VCR
TV
300-ohm
twin-lead
flat feeder  
(not supplied) 
75-ohm
impedance  
converter 
75-ohm coaxial cable 
(round cable) 
(not supplied)
Standard DIN45325 
plug (IEC 169-2)
Antenna in
To RF out terminal
To antenna 
in terminal
Antenna 
mounting 
socket
Antenna 
jack
Rod Antenna
Feeder
Impedance 
Converter
(1)  Insert the rod antenna's base post into the 
antenna mounting socket until it clicks into 
position.
(2)  Connect the feeder to the impedance 
converter.
(3)  Plug the impedance converter into the 
antenna jack at the rear of the set.
Rod antenna connection
•  When using the RF terminal connection, set the TV to channel zero to make initial adjustments for the VCR.
•  If you are using a rod antenna and the signal from TV station is weak or not clear, the picture may not display clearly 
or properly. In this case, we recommend that you use an outdoor antenna.
Damage
Turn off the power and unplug 
the power cord from the wall 
outlet immediately if the TV set 
begins to make any unusual noises or gives 
off smoke or an unusual smell. Then call your 
dealer for service.
Servicing
To reduce the risk of electric 
shock, do not remove the back of 
the cabinet. This TV set contains 
dangerous voltage.
Unstable surface 
and shocks
Do not place this TV set on an 
unstable cart, stand, shelf, or 
table. The TV set may fall, causing serious injury 
to a child or adult, and serious damage to the 
set. Sharp recommends securing the TV set to 
a stable surface or wall to prevent the set from 
falling due to sudden shocks or impact.
Power-cord protection
To prevent electrical shock, do 
not subject the AC power cord to 
damage by bending or twisting it, 
or by placing heavy items on top 
of it and do not place the AC power cord under the 
TV set. If the AC power cord becomes damaged, 
unplug it from the wall outlet immediately and call 
your dealer for service.
Moisture
To prevent electrical shock, 
do not use the TV set in an 
excessively damp place.
Water
To prevent fi re or electrical 
shock, do not place the TV set 
near a bathroom, swimming 
pool or other area where it may 
become wet.
Liquid entry
Do not place a fl ower vase            
or anything else containing liquid 
on the TV set, as liquid spilt on the 
TV set can cause electrical shock 
or failure.
TV Set position
Do place the TV set onto an even 
stand, table or rack which size is 
bigger than the TV set.
If the TV set is put onto a smaller 
size or uneven stand, table or rack may cause 
the TV cabinet distort.
Do not put or insert anything between TV set and 
the stand, table or rack.
Ventilation
Do not place this TV set in a 
confi ned area, such as on a 
bookshelf or in a built-in case. 
Leave adequate space behind the TV for proper 
ventilation.
Uneven surface and 
excessive force
Television equipment and cart 
combination should be moved with 
care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven 
surfaces may cause the equipment and cart 
combination to overturn.
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