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SHARP DVNC100SS
Owner's Manual


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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, Swedish

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VCR/DVD SET UP Setting the Clock
This VCR/DVD incorporates a 24-hour clock. The clock must be set for the Timer Recording function to operate correctly. 1 Press VCR, then MENU. 2 Press K or L to select INITIAL, then press B. 3 Press K or L to select CLOCK, then press B. 4 Press K or L to select MANUAL or AUTO, then press B. • If you select MANUAL, continue with step 5 . • If you select AUTO, Auto Clock Setting becomes ON. The clock time will appear automatically when you next turn the VCR mode off and on. 5 Press K or L until the relevant year appears, then press B. 6 Press K or L until the relevant month appears, then press B. 7 Press K or L until the relevant day appears, then press B. 8 Press K or L until the relevant hour appears, then press B. 9 Press K or L until the relevant minute appears. 10 Press MENU to start the clock. NOTES: • Press s to go one step back from the current step during steps 5 to 9 . • Although seconds are not displayed, they begin counting from 00 when you exit by pressing the MENU. Use this feature to synchronise the clock with the correct time. • If this unit is unplugged or if there is a power failure for more than 1 hour, you may have to reset the clock. Auto Clock • Channel Presetting must be set before the Auto Clock is set. • To set the clock automatically, the channel assigned to position 01 must have the PDC signal. • The clock cannot be set automatically if you are not receiving a channel that carries a time signal in your area. In this case, set the clock manually. • Once the auto clock setting is performed, the VCR/DVD will correct the current time by receiving VPS/PDC broadcasts whenever you turn off the VCR/DVD. • The VCR/DVD will correct the current time automatically at 8:00, if the VCR/DVD power is turned off. • Between 23:00~1:00, the AUTO CLOCK function does not work even if the VCR/DVD power is turned off.

Automatic Channel Preset
You can programme the tuner to scan all the channels you can receive in your area. 1 Turn on the TV and select the TV channel to the video channel on the TV. 2 Press VCR, then MENU. 3 Press K or L to select INITIAL, then press B. 4 Press K or L to select CH TUNING, then press B. 5 Press K or L to select AUTO, then press B. • The tuner scans and memorises all the active channels in your area. After scanning, the tuner stops on the lowest memorised channel. To select a desired channel You can select a desired channel by using CH (o/p), or op directly pressing the numerical buttons on the remote control. • Enter a channel numbers as a two-digit number for the quickest results. For example, to select channel 6, press 0 and 6. If you only press 6, channel 6 will be selected after a brief delay. • You can only select channels 1–99.

Manual Channel Preset
1 Press VCR, then MENU. 2 Press K or L to select INITIAL, then press B. 3 Press K or L to select CH TUNING, then press B. 4 Press K or L to select MANUAL, then press B. 5 Press K or L to select POSITION, then press B. • When a weak signal is received in Manual Tuning mode, you can change the background to solid blue or the static screen by pressing the CLEAR/C-RESET. 6 Press the numerical buttons, K or L to select your desired position number, then press B. • You can select position number 01-99. • If ON appears on the right side of SKIP, press K or L to point to SKIP. Then press B to select OFF. • If you want to remove scrambled signals, press K or L repeatedly to point to DECODER. Then, press B to select ON. 7 Press K or L to select CHANNEL, then press B. Press K or L. The VCR/DVD tuner will begin to search up or down automatically. When a channel is found, the VCR/DVD will stop searching and the picture will appear on the TV Screen. • You can select desired channel number by using the numerical buttons. You must refer to the following Channel Plan table and press three digits to select the channel number. (To select channel 24, first press “0” button and then press “2” and “4”). • If this is the channel you want, press B. 8 Press MENU to exit.
Channel Plan CH Indication 02 – 12 13 – 20 21 – 69 74 – 78 80 – 99,100 121 – 141 TV Channel E2 – E12 A – H (only ITALY) E21 – E69 X, Y, Z, Z+1, Z+2 S1 – S20,GAP S21 – S41

Channel Presetting
Tuning of broadcast channels not already preset in the VCR/DVD can be performed in two ways. Automatic Channel Preset • By “AUTOMATICALLY” tuning channels and placing them in sequential order in the VCR/DVD’s memory i.e. the first channel found will be memorised into the VCR/DVD’s channel position 1, the second channel found will be memorised into the VCR/DVD’s channel position 2 and so on. • Execution of the “Automatic” Channel presetting cancels all the preset channels. DO NOT use this feature if you intend to use some of the pre-tuned channels. Use the “Manual” channel presetting function to tune in the additional channels you require. Manual Channel Preset Each channel is tuned manually and individually. Follow the steps laid out in the “Manual Channel Preset”. Before you preset Channel... • It is necessary to set the video channel if your VCR/DVD is connected to the TV via the round coaxial cable, and TV channel 36 is set for broadcasting, or interference lines appear on the picture. Please refer to “Video Channel Setting”.

This VCR/DVD can receive Hyper and Oscar frequency bands.

NOTE: • To confirm that a channel has been added, press CH

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