Panasonic PV-V4021 Operating Instructions Manual

Operating Instructions Manual for Panasonic PV-V4021 VCR (32 pages)

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  • Manufacturer: Panasonic
  • Category of Device: VCR
  • Document: PV-V4021, File Type: PDF Operating Instructions Manual
  • Updated: 07-04-2024
  • Count of Pages: 32
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  • Connections and Initial

    Setup

    Procedures

    are

    on

    pages 8

    to 9.

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    Plaas© read these Instructions

    carefully before attempting

    to connect,

    operate

    or

    adjust this product. Please save this manual.

    Spanish Quicl^ Use Guide is included. (Guia para rapida consults en

    espaftol est^ incfuida.)

    LSQTfi;^;?^^

    For

    assistance,

    please cell

    ;

    i-a00-211-PANA(7262)

    or sent* e-mail to : consumerproducts^panaacmic.cDm

  • Important Safeguards

    and

    Precautions

    FOR

    YOUR

    SAFETY,

    READ AND RETArN

    ALL SAFETY AND

    OPERATING

    IN-

    STRUCTIONS.

    HEED ALL

    WARNINGS

    IN

    THE MANUAL AND ON

    THE

    UNrT

    INSTALLATION

    1

    POWERSOURCECAUnON

    Operate

    only from a

    power source

    indicated

    on

    the unit or in this manual. If necessary, have

    your

    Electric Utility Service

    Company

    or

    Video

    Products

    Dealer

    verify

    the power source in your

    fxxne.

    2

    POLARIZED ORGROUNDING

    PLUG

    As a

    safety

    feature, this Video product comes

    with either

    a

    polarized

    power cord plug (one

    blade is wider than the other),

    or

    a three-wire

    grounding

    type

    plug,

    POLARIZED PLUG CAUTION:

    This plug

    will only

    fit into

    an outlet one

    way. If you

    cannot

    tully insert the

    plug,

    try

    reversing

    it.

    If

    it

    still will not fit, have an electrician install the

    proper

    wall

    outlet.

    Do

    not defeat

    the safety

    feature

    by

    tampering with the plug.

    GROUNDING PLUG CAUTION:

    This

    plug

    will only fit into a

    three-hole grounding

    outlet. It necessary, have an electrlcUin Install the

    proper

    outlet.

    Do

    not

    defeat the safety feature

    by

    tampering with the

    plug.

    3

    POWER CORD

    Make sure

    power cords are

    routed so that

    they

    are not likely to have anything rest on them, roll

    over them, or

    be

    in the

    way of

    walldng traffic. If

    an extension cord is used, make sure it also

    has either a

    polarized or grourtded plug and that

    the

    cords can be

    securely connected.

    Frayed

    cords, damaged plugs, and

    damaged

    or cracked

    wire insulation are hazardous and should

    be

    replaced by a qualified service technician.

    Overloaded outlets and

    extension cords

    are

    fire

    hazards

    and should

    be

    avoided.

    4 DO NOT

    BLOCK

    VENTILATION HOLES

    Ventilation

    openings

    in the

    cabinet release heat

    generated during operation. If they are blocked,

    heat build-up

    inside

    the

    unit

    can cause

    failures

    that may

    result in a fire hazard or heat

    damage

    to cassettes. For protection, follow these rules:

    a.

    Never

    cover

    ventilation

    slots or

    the unit

    while in use, or operate the unit when placed

    on

    a bed,

    sofa, rug, or other soft surface.

    b.

    Avoid built-in installation, such as a book

    case

    or rack, unless proper ventilation is provided.

    5

    AVOID EXTREMELY HOT LOCATIONS

    OR

    SUDDENTEMPERATURE CHANGES

    Do

    not place the

    unit

    over or near any

    kind

    of

    heater or requlator, in direct sunlight, inside a

    closed

    vehicle,

    etc..

    Do not move the unit

    suddenly

    between areas of extreme temperature

    variation. If the

    unit

    is suddenly

    moved from a

    cold place

    to

    a

    warm place, moisture

    may

    condense in

    the unit and on the tape.

    6 TO

    AVOID

    PERSONALINJURY

    Do not place unsecured

    equipnfwnt

    on a

    sloping surface.

    Do

    not place

    this unit on any support

    that Is not firm,

    level, and adequately

    strong.

    The unit could fall causing

    serious injury to a child or adult

    and

    damage

    to the

    unit

    An appliance and cart combination

    I

    should be moved with care.

    Quwk stops,

    excessive force, arxf

    uneven surfaces may cause the

    appferoe and cart

    oombinatky)

    to

    overtum.

    Carefully

    follow all operating instructions and

    use the manufacturer's

    recommended

    accessories

    when operating this unit

    or

    connecting

    it to any other equipment.

    OUTDOOR ANTENNAINSTALLAT10N

    |

    SAFE ANTENNAANDCABLE CONNECTION

    If

    an outside

    antenna

    or

    caWe

    system is connected

    to the

    equiprnent, be sure the antenna or cable system is

    grounded so as

    to

    provide

    some

    protection

    against built up static charges

    and

    voltage surt^es.

    Section

    810 of

    the National

    Electrical

    Code,

    ANSI/NFPA

    70

    (in

    Canada,

    part 1

    of

    tfie

    Canadian

    Electrical

    Code) provkJes informatkin

    vtnth

    respect to proper

    grounding

    of the mast and supporting

    structure, grounding

    of the

    lead-in

    wire

    to

    an antenna

    discharge

    unit,

    size of

    grounding

    conductors,

    kx:atk>n of antenna discharge unit, oonnectnn to grounding

    electrodes and requirements for

    thie

    grounding electrode.

    KEEPANTENNACLEAROFHGHVOLTAGEPOWERUNESORCIRCUnS

    An

    outskte antenna system should be located

    well away from

    power

    lines, electric ligfit

    or power drcuits and

    where rt will never

    come into contact wrtn these power sources if it shoukj happen

    to

    fall. When installing

    an outside

    antenna,

    extreme

    care

    should be

    taken to

    avoid

    touchina power lines, circuits or otf>er

    potyer

    sources

    as

    this

    could be fatal. Because of the hazards

    involved,

    antenna installation

    should

    be

    left

    to

    a

    professional.

    USING THE VIDEO UNIT

    f the unit has been

    in

    storage or

    moved to

    a

    new location,

    refer

    first to the INSTALLATION

    section of these safeguards.

    1

    KEEP

    THIS VIDEO U

    NIT AWAY

    FROM WATER

    OR

    MOISTUREOF ANY KIND.

    2

    IF

    EQUIPMENT IS

    EXPOSED

    TO RAIN,

    MOISTURE,

    OR

    STRONG

    IMPACT,

    unplug

    the unit and have it inspected by

    a qualified service technician before use.

    3

    DURING AN ELECTRICALSTORM

    During a lightning storm,

    whether

    indoors or outdoors, or

    before leaving

    the

    unit

    unused

    for

    extended periods of time,

    disconnect alt equipment from the power source as well as

    the antenna and cable system.

    4 WHEN THE UNIT

    IS

    PLUGGED IN

    Never expose the unit to

    rain or water.

    DO

    NOT

    OPERATE

    if liquid

    has been

    spilled

    into

    the unit. Immediately unplug

    the unit, and have it

    inspected by

    a service technician.

    Fire

    and

    shock hazards can result

    from

    electrical shorts

    caused by liquid contact inside.

    Never drop or push any object through openings in the unit.

    Some

    internal

    parts carry hazardous

    voltages and contact

    can cause electric shock or fire hazard.

    Avoid placing the unit

    directly

    above

    or below your TV

    set

    as this may cause electrical Interference. Keep all magnets

    away from electronic equipment.

    5

    USING ACCESSORIES

    Use only accessories recommended by the manufacturer

    to

    avoid

    risk

    of

    fire,

    shock, or other

    hazards.

    6 CLEANING THE

    UNIT

    Unplug tfie unit.

    Then,

    use a

    dean, dry,

    chemically

    untreated doth

    to gently remove dust or

    debris.

    IX>

    NOT USE cfeanlng

    ftukls,

    aerosols, or forced

    air

    ttiat

    couW

    over-spray,

    or

    seep

    into the

    unit

    and cause electrical shock. Any substance such as wax, acfiesive

    tape, etc may marthe cabinet surface.

    E)qx}sunB

    to greasy, humid,

    or dusty areas

    may art^fselyaffiactintBmal parts.

    SERVICE

    1 DO

    NOT SER VICETHIS PRODUCT YOURSELF

    If, after

    carefully following the detailed operating

    instruc-

    tions,

    this Video

    product does

    not operate properly,

    do not

    attempt to open or remove covers, or make any adjust-

    ments not described

    in the

    manual.

    Unplug the

    unit

    and

    contact a qualified service technician.

    2

    IF

    REPLACEMENT

    PARTS ARE REQUIRED

    Make sure

    the service techniqian uses only parts specified by

    the manufacturer, or those having the

    same

    safety

    charactens-

    tics

    as

    the

    original

    parts.

    The

    use

    of

    unautfKirized substitutes

    may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.

    3

    HAVETMESERVTCETECHNICIANPERFORMASAFETYCHECK

    After any

    service or

    repairs to the unit, request

    the service

    technician to

    conduct

    a through safety

    check

    as

    described

    in

    the manufacture's

    service

    literature to insure that the

    video unit is in

    safe

    operating

    condition.

    For

    assistance,

    please call :

    1

    -600-211

    -P AN

    A(7262)

    or send

    e-mail

    to

    : consumerproducts@pana$onic.com

  • Safety

    Precautions

    Warning: To prevent

    fire or shock

    hazard,

    do

    not

    expose this equipment

    to rain or

    moisture.

    CAUTION: To prevent

    electric

    shock, match

    wide

    blade of plug to wide

    slot, fully

    insert.

    Avertissement: Afin

    de prevenir tout

    risque d'incendie

    ou de

    chocs

    electriques, ne

    pas exposer

    cet appareil d

    la piule

    ou k une

    humidlte excessive.

    Attention:

    Pour eviter

    les

    chocs

    electriques,

    Introduire la lame

    la

    plus

    large

    de

    la

    f

    Iche dans

    la borne correspondante

    de la

    prise

    et

    pousserjusqu'au fond.

    A

    RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

    /

    T\

    DO NOT OPEN

    / •

    \

    CAUTION:

    TO REDUCE

    THE

    RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,

    DO

    NOT REMOVE

    COVER (OR BACK)

    NO

    USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE

    REFER

    SERVICING TO QUALIFIED

    SERVICE PERSONNEL

    This

    symbol warns

    the user that

    uninsulated

    voltage

    within

    the unit

    may have sufficient

    magnitude to

    cause

    electric

    shock.

    Therefore,

    it

    is dangerous

    to

    make any

    kind

    of

    contact

    with

    any

    inside

    part

    of

    this

    unit.

    This

    symbol alerts

    the

    user that important

    literature

    concerning

    the operation

    and

    maintenance

    of this

    unit has

    been included.

    Therefore, it

    should

    be read

    carefully

    in

    order

    to avoid

    any problems.

    Note

    to CABLE system installer:

    This reminder

    is

    provided to call the CABLE

    system installer's attention

    to

    Article

    820-40

    of the

    NEC

    in USA

    (and

    to

    the

    Canadian Electrical Code in

    Canada) that provides

    guidelines

    for

    proper grounding

    and,

    in

    particular,

    specifies that the

    cable

    ground shall

    be

    connected

    to the grounding

    system

    of the building,

    as close

    to

    the point

    of cable entry

    as

    practical.

    FCC Warning: Any

    unauthorized

    changes or

    modifications

    to this

    equipment would

    void

    the

    user's

    authority to operate.

  • Before

    Using

    Congratulations

    on your

    purchase of one

    of the most

    sophisticated and

    relialile

    products on the market

    today.

    Used properly, it will

    bring

    you

    years of

    enjoyment.

    Please

    fill in the

    information below.

    The serial number

    is on

    the tag located on the

    back

    of your VCR.

    Date of Purchase

    Dealer Purchased From

    Dealer

    Address

    Dealer

    Phone No.

    Model No.

    Serial No.

    Accessories

    Remote

    Control Batteries

    2

    "AA"

    LSSQ0263

    {PV-V4021)

    LSSQ0264

    (PV-V4521)

    )

    )

    /S©GO

    «3o©©

    00<D<2>

    3oo<D

    RF Coaxial

    Cable

    VJAS0196

    Model PV-V4521

    remote

    shown.

    To order accessories, call toll

    free

    1

    -800-332-5368.

    Loading the Batteries

    1)

    Press latch

    in

    and

    open cover.

    2)

    Insert batteries

    as

    marked.

    3)

    Close

    cover.

    Battery

    replacement caution

    Do not mix old

    and

    new

    batteries.

    Do not

    mix

    alkaline

    with

    manganese

    batteries.

    Prevent Accidental

    Tape

    Erasure

    Break off the tab to

    prevent recording.

    Record

    Tab

    Screw

    driver

    To record again

    Cover the

    hole

    with

    cellophane

    tape

    Record/PlaybackTime

    Only use tapes

    with the

    IViKl

    mark in this unit.

    Tape

    Speed

    Setting

    Type

    of

    Video Cassette

    T60 T120

    T160

    SP

    (Standard Play)

    1

    Hour

    2

    Hours

    2 Hours

    40 Minutes

    LP

    (Long Play)

    2 Hours 4 Hours

    5

    Hours

    20

    Minutes

    SLP

    (Super Long Play]

    3 Hours 6 Hours

    8

    Hours

    4

    For assistance, please

    call

    :

    1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send

    e-mail

    to

    ;

    [email protected]

  • able

    of Contents

    o

    o

    3

    3

    O

    o

    cn

    o

    c

    3

    -O

    Important Safeguards

    and

    Precautions 2,3

    Accessories

    4

    Loading

    the Batteries

    4

    Prevent Accidental Tape

    Erasure

    4

    Record/Ptaybacl(

    Time

    4

    Location

    of

    Controls 6,7

    Connections

    and

    Initial Setup

    8,9

    Reset

    Language,

    Channels,

    Clock,

    VCR'sCXitput

    Channel

    ....10,11

    Playbacl<

    a

    Tape

    12

    Record

    On

    a

    Tape

    13

    Timer

    Recording

    14,15

    Multi-Brand

    Control

    Feature

    16

    Advanced

    Connections

    (Cable/DSS)

    17

    MTS

    Broadcast/

    VHS

    Hi-Fi Stereo

    System 18,19

    (For model

    PV-V4521 only)

    Tape

    Operation (Search System)

    20-22

    Special VCR

    Features

    22,23

    Copying

    Your

    Tapes

    (Dubbing)

    24

    VCR &

    Cassette

    Information

    25

    On-Screen

    Displays (OSD)

    26

    Before

    Requesting Service

    27

    Service

    Center List

    28

    Warranty

    29

    Spanish

    (Espanol) Quick Use

    Guide 30,31

    Index

    Back

    Cover

  • Location

    of

    Controls

    Remote control

    Buttons

    Model

    PV-V4521 remote shown.

    REWIND/SEARCH

    SET

    RECORD

    SAP/

    Hi-Fi

    TAPE

    POSITION

    VOLUME

    UP/DOWN

    TV

    mode

    DISPLAY

    NUMBER KEYS

    ADD/DELETE

    PLAY

    SELECT UP

    SEARCH/ ENTER

    FAST FORWARD/SEARCH

    SET

    PROGRAM

    STOP

    SELECT

    DOWN

    PAUSE/SLOW

    RESET COUNTER

    CHANNEL UP/

    DOWN

    TRACKING/ V-LOCK

    EJECTbutton:

    Press to

    eject tape from

    VCR. If

    EJECT is pressed

    during

    record,

    VCR win not respond.

    Front

    View

    of

    the VCR

    Model

    PV-V4521 VCR shown.

    POWER

    VCRH'V selector

    Cassette Compartment

    r

    PLAY

    Video

    Input

    Connector

    Audio Input

    Connector

    (L^R)

    FAST

    FORWARD/

    SEARCH

    REWIND/

    SEARCH

    CHANNEL

    UP/

    DOWN

    Remote

    TRACKING/ V-LOCK

    Sensor

    STOP/EJECT

    RECORD

    For

    assistance,

    please call

    :

    1-800-211

    -PAN

    A(7262)

    or send e-mail

    to

    :

    [email protected]

    I

  • Multi Function

    Display

    Power Indicator

    Lights

    when power

    Is on.

    Timer

    Indicator

    Lights when the

    VCR is

    set

    for

    a

    Timer

    Recording,

    or

    when One Touch Recording

    (OTR)

    is

    used.

    Flashes when

    a

    Timer

    Recording

    is set,

    but a

    tape

    has

    not been

    inserted into the VCR and when a power

    Interruption occurs during Timer Programming.

    VCR indicator

    Lights when the

    VCR/TV selector

    set

    to

    VCR.

    Clocit/ Status/ Channel/

    Speed Display

    Displays

    the

    current

    time. Briefly

    displays

    VCR

    status

    when

    a

    function

    button

    is

    pressed. Briefly

    displays the channel number, or "LI" or "L2" when

    a channel or line input is selected. Briefly displays

    the recording speed when SPEED is pressed.

    Rear View of the VCR

    Hi-Fi Indicator (For Model

    PV-V4521 only)

    Lights when

    Hi-Fi audio

    is

    monitored in Playbacic

    Mode.

    AC

    Power

    Plug

    While plugged into

    an AC

    outlet, the

    VCR consumes

    3.3 W of electrical

    power

    in

    off condition.

    Audio input Connector

    (UR)

    Video Input

    Connector

    Rear View of

    Model PV-V4521

    VCR only.

    Video Output

    Connector

    Audio input

    Connector

    VHF/UHF Antenna

    input

    Terminal

    AUDIO

    VHF/UHF Antenna

    Output

    Terminal

    AudioOutput

    Connector (UR)

    AudioOutput

    Connector

    Rear View of Model

    PV-V4021

    VCR

    only.

  • Connections

    and

    Initial

    Setup

    How to

    Connect

    Initial Setup

    for ANT./Cable

    -

    VCR TV

    ®

    Connect the

    Cable

    from

    Antenna/Cable

    to the IN

    FROM

    ANT. terminal on

    VCR.

    (2)

    Connect

    the

    OUT TO

    TV

    terminal on the rear of VCR

    to

    the

    ANT.

    IN

    terminal

    on

    TV

    using the RF Cable

    (included accessory).

    Initial Setup

    for DSS/Cable Box-VCR-TV

    ©Connect

    the OUT Jack on

    your cable box to the IN

    FROM ANT. terminal on the

    VCR with an RF

    cable.

    ®

    Connect the OUT TO

    TV

    terminal on

    the

    rear of VCR

    to

    the

    ANT. IN terminal

    on

    TV

    using the RF Cable

    (included

    accessory).

    How

    to do

    Initial

    Setup

    VCR

    IN FROM ANT.

    VHF/UHF

    IN

    FROM

    ANT.

    CaWa TV

    Converter

    Box

    (N from

    /7\ ANT/CABLE

    1

    2

    Press

    VCR* for VCR mode. Turn

    the TV on and set it to channel 3.

    Turn VCR on.

    When VCR is turned on the first

    time, SELECT LANGUAGE screen

    appears.

    3

    SELECT LANGUAGE

    RESS

    CH A

    :

    ENGLISH

    PniMIR CH

    *

    :

    ESPAHOL

    PP. VCH/TV

    :

    FHAMJAIS

    TO

    CHANGE VCR' S OUTPUT

    CH. PRESS ACTION KEY.

    Press CIHA to select English,

    or

    Press

    CIHT

    to select Spanish,

    or

    Press VCR/TV key to select French.

    When one of above keys

    is

    pressed,

    CHANNEL/CLOCK

    AUTO SET screen

    appears.

    rvefl~rcLocK

    tchannel

    CONNECT

    ANTENNA

    CABLE

    AND IF

    YOU

    USE A CABLE

    BOX.

    TUNE

    I

    T

    TO YOUR

    LOCAL

    PBS CH THEN. . .

    PLEASE

    PWESS CH UP

    KEY

    tf screen

    does

    not appear, check

    connection between VCR and TV

    and, if TV is tuned to channel

    3,

    try

    switching it to channel 4.

    When you want

    to

    change the output

    channel of VCR. please refer to VCR's

    Output Channel

    on

    page 1 1

    .

    If wrong language

    is

    set, do "Reset All

    VCR Memory Functions" steps on

    page

    9.

    If

    you use a

    cable box,

    turn it on and set

    it to

    the Public Broadcasting Station (PBS)

    channel in

    your time

    zone.

    If

    you use DBS

    receiver, it must be turned

    off.

    r

    WARNING

    When

    using "Nut

    type"

    RF

    coaxial cables,

    tighten with

    fingers only. Overtightening

    may

    damage

    terminals.

    8

    For assistance, please call

    : 1

    •800-211

    •PANA(7262) or send

    e-mail

    to :

    [email protected]

  • Important: If

    a remote control

    button does not

    work

    when

    pressed,

    press

    the

    VCR button on the

    remote

    and try the

    button again.

    4

    Press CHA

    Key to start

    Channel/Clock

    Auto

    Set operation. Settings

    are

    performed

    automatically. If the

    setup is

    completed,

    the following

    screen is

    displayed.

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    appears, set the

    clock

    using

    MANUALCLOCK SET

    procedure

    shown

    below.

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    Manual

    Clock

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    If

    Auto Clock Set

    was Incomplete,

    manually

    set the clock

    as

    follows.

    1

    Press ACTION

    Key on the Remote

    to

    display

    CLOCK

    Menu screen.

    2

    Press

    A

    T

    to

    select the month and

    to

    set. In

    the

    same manner, select and

    set

    the date,

    year, time, and DST

    (daylight

    saving

    time).

    3

    VCR

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    (D

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    Model PV-V4521

    remote shown.

    Reset

    All

    VCR

    Memory Functions

    Use when moving VCR

    to

    new

    location,

    or

    if

    a mistake was made in

    the Initial Setup section.

    Make sure

    a tape is not inserted in

    the VCR.

    Turn

    VCR

    Power

    on.

    Press

    and hold

    both

    PLAY

    and CHANNEL

    on

    the VCR for

    more than 5 seconds.

    The

    power shuts off.

    3

    Do

    "Initial

    Setup" on page 8.

    9

  • Reset

    Language,

    Channels,

    Clock,

    1

    VCR I TTnran Channel

    REPEAT PtAY :OFF

    REMOTE WARNING :0N

    AUTO

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    :ON

    tOIOMA/LANGUE : ENGLISH

    VCR' S

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    SELECT

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    :

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    to

    display menu.

    2

    Language

    1)

    Press to select

    language item.

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    REMOTE WARNING

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    1 CLOCK I CHANNEL

    REPEAT PLAY OFF

    REMOTE WARNING ;ON

    SELECT:* SET:*-

    EXIT : ACT

    ION

    For

    English

    VCR

    C

    ^EPETICION :INAC1

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    For Spanish

    fMAGNETO^

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    For French

    3)

    Press ACTION to exit.

    m

    Channels

    1)

    Press

    ^

    ^

    to select

    CHANNEL

    AUTO

    SET

    WEAK SIGNAL

    D6PLAY:0Fi

    SELECT

    :*

    T

    <

    EXIT :ACTION

    2)

    Press to select

    "ANTENNA," then

    press

    to set

    your

    antenna

    system

    (TV

    or

    CABLE).

    WEAK SIGNAL DISPLAY: OFF

    SELECT:*

    SET:

    EXIT :

    ACT

    I ON

    3)

    Press

    to

    select

    "AUTO SET," then

    press

    .

    If you use a

    cable box,

    set it to the

    PBS

    channel

    in your

    time zone.

    TVCR fCLOCK

    I

    CHANNEL

    |

    CONNECT

    ANTENNA CABLE

    AND IF

    YOU

    USE A CABLE

    B0X,TUI4E IT TO

    YOUR

    LOCAL PBS CH

    THEN.

    .

    .

    PLEASE PBESS CH UP KEY

    (This screen

    appears

    only

    when auto dock

    is

    set.)

    4)

    Press CH

    A.

    After Channel Auto Set

    is

    finished, Clock Auto Set

    will

    be

    performed.

    Clock

    1

    ) Press

    4

    to select

    CLOCK.

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    CHANNEL

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    MANUAL

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    AC

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    2)

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    select

    MANUAL and press

    .

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    Auto

    Clock Set,

    select "AUTO

    CLOCK

    SET," then press CH A.)

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    SELECT HOUR

    SELECT:*

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    3)

    Press

    AW

    and to

    select and

    set the date,

    time, and

    DST

    (Daylight

    Saving

    Time).

    4)

    Press ACTION twice to

    start the clock

    and

    exit

    this mode.

    10

    For

    assistance, please

    call

    :

    1-800-21

    1-P

    AN

    A(7262)

    or

    send e-mail to :

    [email protected]

  • VCR's

    Output

    Channel

    ^Important:

    If a

    remote control button

    does not

    work

    when

    pressed,

    press

    the VCR

    button

    on the

    remote

    and tiy the

    button again.

    Time

    Zone

    Adjust

    (Only

    when Auto

    Clock

    is

    set.)

    1)

    Press

    to select

    CLOCK.

    r vCH »

    CLOCK

    I

    CHANNEL

    'aUto'Clock

    set

    MANUAL

    TIME

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    0

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    2)

    Press AT

    to select

    TIME

    ZONE ADJUST

    rvCR

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    MANUAL

    SELECT:*

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    action

    and

    press ^ or ^ to

    subtract or

    add

    hour(s)

    as

    necessary.

    3)

    Press ACTION.

    4)

    Press POWER

    off

    to

    perform AUTO

    CLOCK SET.

    TIME ZONE

    ADJUST

    returns

    to 'V if clock

    Is

    set manually.

    VCR'S

    Output

    Channel

    1)

    Press

    AW

    to select

    VCR'S

    OUTPUT CH.

    VCR

    LUajQCCLCbliNNELl

    REPEAT PLAY

    REMOTE WARNING

    AUTO

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    :OFF

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    ON

    SELECT:*

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    2)

    Press

    VCR CLOCK

    I

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    YOU

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    VCR'S OUTPUT CH

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    TO CH

    4.

    3)

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    "VCftI

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    4.

    After 3 seconds

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    REMOTE WARNING

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    :: ENGLISH

    I

    To Make Corrections,

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    VCR

    NUMBER

    keys

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    SET

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    :FF

    ADD/

    DELETE

    CHA/T

    ACTION

    Model PV-V4521

    remote shown.

    Add or

    Delete

    a Channel

    To

    add channel:

    Select channel

    with number

    keys

    and

    press ADD/DLT.

    CHANNEL

    06 ADDED

    To

    delete channel:

    Select channel with

    CH

    A

    /

    T

    or

    number

    keys

    and

    press

    ADD/DLT.

    CHANNEL

    OB OELETCO

    DST

    (Daylight Saving Time)

    VCR

    auto adjusts clock for

    DST.

    (Page

    9.)

    Spring

    (First Sunday in April)

    DST:ON

    ->

    Sets clockahead one

    hour,

    Autumn

    (Last Sunday In October)

    DST:ON

    -->

    Turns clock back one

    hour.

    If

    your

    area

    does

    not

    obsenre

    Daylight

    Saving

    Time, select

    DST:OFF.

    Keep these time changes in mind

    when programming the

    VCR for

    timer

    recordings.

    11

  • Playback

    a

    Tape

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    List

    All connections

    are made

    (pg.

    8, 17).

    TV and

    VCR are plugged in.

    TV

    is on

    and tuned to CH3,

    4,

    or VIDEO.

    Remote is

    in VCR

    mode.

    (Press VCR)

    1

    PLAY

    Insert a tape,

    VCR powercomeson.

    "VCR"

    lights on

    Multi Function Display.

    Press PLAY*

    to play tape.

    If

    (ape

    has no rec.

    tab

    (pg.

    4),

    auto

    play begins.

    PAUSE/

    SLOW

    Model

    PV-V4521 remote shown.

    Playback using

    VCR

    controls

    "I

    Insert

    a

    cassette.

    2

    Press

    PLAY.

    Multi Function

    Display

    Special Featui^

    During Play

    Forward/ Reverse scene

    search

    ->

    Press

    FF or REW.

    ~>

    Press

    again

    or

    PLAY to release.

    Still (Freeze) picture

    ">

    Press PAUSE/SLOW.

    ">

    Press PLAY to

    release.

    Frame by Frame

    picture

    -->

    Press

    PAUSE/SLOW

    in Still

    mode.

    -->

    Press

    PLAY

    to

    release.

    Slow

    Motion

    picture

    ">

    Hold down

    PAUSE/SLOW in Still mode.

    ~>

    Press

    PLAY

    to

    release.

    These features

    work

    best

    in

    SP or

    SLP

    mode.

    The sound

    will

    k)e

    muted.

    To

    reduce

    picture

    noise, see

    "Manual

    Tracking

    Control" on

    page

    25.

    After

    the VCR

    is

    in Still

    or Slow

    mode

    for

    3

    minutes,

    it will switch

    to

    Stop

    mode

    automatically

    to

    protect the

    tape

    and

    the

    video

    tiaad.

    Press STOP

    to stop tape.

    Press REW or FF

    In Stop mode

    to Rewind/ Fast Fonvard tape.

    Press

    EJECT on remote,

    or

    STOP/EJECT on VCR to eject tape.

    Remove

    loose

    or peeling

    labels from tapes

    to

    prevent

    tape

    jam.

    12

    Press STOP/EJECT

    to

    stop

    and/ or

    eject tape.

    For assistance, please

    call

    :

    1

    •800-211

    -P AN

    A(7262)

    or send

    e-mail to :

    [email protected]

  • Record On

    a

    Tape

    Important: It

    a

    remote control button

    does not

    work

    when pressed,

    press the

    VCR

    button on

    the

    remote and try

    ttie button

    again.

    Ready

    Check List

    VCR/

    TV

    SPEED

    VC»VTY

    *_ _

    -0(D(D(D

    Q

    All connections

    are nrtade

    (pg,

    8, 17).

    TV

    and

    VCR

    are plugged in.

    TV is

    on and tuned

    to CH3.

    4, or VIDEO.

    Remote

    is in VCR

    mode. (Press VCR)

    1

    REC

    Model PV-V4S21

    remote

    shown.

    Record using VCR

    controls

    2 Select 1

    Insert

    4 Press REC

    Channel, a cassette,

    to

    start

    \

    I Recording.

    VCR/ TV

    Multl

    Function

    Display

    5

    Press STOP/

    EJECT

    to

    stop.

    This video recorder,

    equipped

    with

    HO

    (High Quality) system,

    is

    compatible

    with existing

    VMS

    equipment. Only use

    tapes with the

    Ifflg

    mark.

    Only

    tapes

    tested and inspected for

    use

    in

    2, 4,

    6,

    and

    8

    hour machines

    are

    recommended.

    Insert

    tape with rec.

    tab

    (pg.

    4).

    VCR power comes

    on.

    "VCR"

    lights on Mulli Furu^on

    Display.

    Press

    OH

    AT, or

    number

    keys

    to select channel.

    For 'LINE"

    input,

    see

    pg.

    24.

    For channels

    over

    100,

    press

    100 key then

    press the remaining 2 digits.

    Press SPEED

    to select

    record

    speed

    (pg.

    4).

    SP

    =

    Standard Play

    LP

    =

    Long Play

    SLP

    =

    Super

    Long Play

    »

    Speedappeafson-screefiandonMultiFunalofiDiqjIay.

    Press REC

    to start

    record.

    To edit out unwanted

    scenes, press PAUSE/

    SLOW to pause, and ag^n to

    resume

    recording.

    Press STOP

    to stop

    record.

    One Touch Recording

    (record

    in

    progress),

    VCR shuts off after preset record

    length.

    ">

    each press of REC

    adds

    30

    min.

    to

    record length up to 4 hours.

    Record one station, watch another,

    -->

    press

    VCR/TV ("VCR"

    goes out on Multi

    Function

    Display),

    ••>

    select

    channels

    at

    TV

    (recording

    continues).

    Watching

    one channel and

    recording

    another

    Is NOT

    possible when using

    a

    Cable

    Box

    or a

    Satellite

    Receiver.

    Select channels

    at

    VCR,

    Other channels cannot be viewed during

    recording.

    -->

    press VCR/TV ("VCR"

    lights on Multi

    Function

    Display),

    ••>

    select channels

    at

    VCR.

    After

    5 min. in Pause

    mode,

    VCR

    stops lo

    protect tape and video

    head.

    13

  • Timer

    Recording

    VCR/

    TV

    POWER

    REC

    O

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    o ©

    OOP

    SELECT/

    SET

    A:PUVY

    :STOP

    «^:REW

    :FF

    PROG

    b^Ready

    Check

    List

    All connections

    made

    (pg.

    8,

    17).

    TV andVCR plugged inandtumedon.

    VCR/TV selector

    set

    to "VCR."

    Q

    Clock set

    correctly.

    Tape

    has rec. tab

    (pg.

    4).

    Remote

    in VCR

    mode.

    (Press VCR)

    1

    Press

    PROG*

    to

    display PROGRAM.

    PAUse

    SLOW

    CH

    A

    O

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    CH

    OATE START SI OP"

    13 SAT

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    :--

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    SELECT:

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    Press

    to display

    Program

    screen.

    Model

    PV-V4521 remote shown.

    Example

    Today

    31—

    1—2"

    ^8-9

    7

    SELECTA

    /T

    Selection

    Order

    DAILY

    ^WEEKLY

    (SAT)

    WEEKLY

    '

    (MON)

    WEEKLY

    _J

    (SUN)

    If you

    are using

    a

    Cable

    Box, VCR

    Timer

    Programming

    Ciiannel(Step

    3)

    must

    be

    set

    to

    the

    Cable

    Box

    output

    channel

    AND

    your Cable

    Box must

    be

    manually set

    to

    tite desired

    channel. The

    Cable

    Box power

    left on.

    If a

    power interruption

    occurs

    while

    programming

    the

    timer, the

    timer

    program(s)

    may be

    canceled.

    If

    'TIMER

    PROGRAMS

    WERE

    LOST

    DUE TO

    POWER INTERRUPTION"

    appears

    on-screen, please

    reenter

    the

    timer programs.

    1)

    To set record DATE,

    press AT to

    select:

    1-31=

    one

    time, or

    DAILY= MON~ FRI,

    or

    WEEKLY= same time

    each

    week

    and

    press

    >

    to set.

    See selection

    order

    below

    left.

    2)

    To set remaining

    Hems, press

    AT

    to

    select and

    press

    >

    to

    set

    START/ STOP

    times, CH(channel) or

    LINE

    input

    (pg.24),

    and

    tape

    speed (SP,

    LP, SLP).

    Press PROG

    to end program.

    rtlMER PHOG, |~C|ST

    CANCEL

    :AOD/DLT

    SELECT

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    ILEXir

    LERQfi

    To Enter

    More Programs,

    press

    AT

    to

    select and

    press

    ^

    to

    set an unused

    program number and

    repeat

    step

    3.

    Or

    Press PROG

    again

    to

    exit.

    Press

    POWER off

    to

    set

    the timer.

    CTIMER"

    lights on Multi

    Function

    Display.)

    14

    For assistance,

    please

    call :

    1-800-211-PANA(7262)

    or send e-mail

    to

    :

    [email protected]

  • important:

    It

    a

    remote

    control

    button

    does not

    work

    when

    pressed,

    press

    the

    VCR button

    on the remote

    and try the

    button

    again.

    Review,

    Replace

    or

    Clear

    Program

    Contents:

    (Recording

    is

    not in

    progress)

    1

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    STOP CH

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    Press AT

    to

    select

    number.

    To

    cancel

    a

    Timer

    Recording in

    progress...

    Press

    POWER

    and then

    STOP

    within

    10

    seconds

    to

    cancel

    the

    Timer

    recording.

    (The

    TIMER

    indicator

    goes

    out on

    Multi

    Function

    Display.)

    3

    To

    Replace

    program...

    fTiMER

    PROG

    PATE

    1)

    Press

    to

    display.

    2)

    Repeat

    Step

    3

    (pg.14)

    to set

    new

    programs.

    or

    To

    Clear

    program...

    TIMER

    PROG.

    J

    LIST

    P

    DT START

    STOP

    CH SPC

    2 8 10:00^12:00?

    02

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    3 10 8:00l> 9:00P

    10 SF

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    SELECT

    :*

    T

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    Press

    ADD/DLT.

    Press PROG

    to end the

    program.

    .

    If

    there are

    set programs,

    press

    POWER

    off

    to

    set timer.

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    Model

    PV-V4521

    remote

    shown.

    Important

    notes

    when

    using

    a DBS

    receiver

    When recording

    programs via

    a DSS

    receiver, the

    DSS

    receiver

    must

    be left on.

    When

    recording

    programs

    via

    an antenna

    or

    cable, the

    DSS

    receiver

    must

    be

    turned

    off.

    15

  • Multi-Brand

    Control

    Feature

    Multi-Brand

    Control

    Setup

    The Remote

    Control

    can be

    set to

    control

    some

    TV functions.

    ^

    Find your TV

    Brand Code

    Number

    shown below.

    21

    Setup

    (or

    TV control,

    -->hoId

    down

    TV button,

    -->enter code

    with

    number keys.

    if code number

    is100 or

    greater,

    ->press 100 key, then

    other

    digits.

    E.g.,

    press 100

    -

    0

    -

    2 for

    102.

    3

    Confirm code entry,

    ">press

    POWER

    to

    turn selected unit on

    or

    off.

    See table

    below

    for controllable functions

    in each mode.

    Repeat

    setup

    after remote battery

    replacement.

    Remote

    will

    not

    control every TV made by

    the

    manufacturer

    listed.

    If

    you

    get no

    response, your

    particular

    unit cannot be

    controlled. There are NO

    additional

    codes

    for

    the

    products

    listed.

    If your

    product is not

    listed,

    then the

    remote is not

    compatiblo

    with that product.

    So©©

    s©©©

    o©©©

    ©©©O

    emauo

    ^^--^

    injwoi

    NUMBER

    keys

    ENTER

    Using

    Multi-Brand

    Control

    After

    remote is

    set

    up,

    you can select

    VCR

    or

    TV

    for the

    desired

    function.

    Press

    VCR or TV on the

    remote.

    (Table

    below

    shows

    available

    unit buttons for each

    mode.)

    Model

    PV-V4521

    remote shown.

    "\Unit

    Mode\^

    VCR

    TV

    VCR

    All

    VOL

    UP/DOWN

    TV

    VCR/TV, PLAY,

    STOP

    EJECT, SAP/ Hi-Fi

    (PV-V4521

    only),

    DISPUY,

    FF, REW,

    PAUSE/SLOW,

    REC, SPEED,

    CM/ZERO. RESET

    COUNTER,

    TAPE

    POSITION

    POWER,

    INPUT, number

    keys,

    ENTER, CH UP/

    DOWN,

    VOL UP/DOWN

    Not all

    functions

    listed

    may

    be

    controllable.

    In TV mode, it

    may

    be

    necessary

    to press

    ENTER after pressing

    number

    keys for

    channel

    selection.

    TV

    Brand

    Code Numbers

    Panasonic

    01,02

    Quasar

    01,02

    RCA

    03

    GE

    03

    Zenith 04

    Magnavox

    05

    Sylvania

    05

    Sharp 06,

    07

    Sony

    08

    TosWba

    09

    Sanyo

    10

    Fisher

    10

    JVC

    11

    Hitachi

    12

    Mitsubishi 07,

    13

    Samsung

    14

    GoldStar

    15. 16,17

    Due

    to changes

    in

    infra-red commands used by

    manufacturers, some brands

    have

    several

    codes.

    If your

    unit does

    not respond to the first code,

    please try the next

    one.

    Some

    TV brands

    require

    you

    to

    turn on the

    power

    manually.

    16

    For

    assistance,

    please

    call ;

    1

    -800-21

    1-PANA|7262) or send

    e-mail to :

    [email protected]

  • Advanced

    Connections

    AudioA^ideo

    connection

    If your

    TV has

    AUDIO

    IN and VIDEO IN

    terminals, you can

    connect your

    VCR to

    them

    to

    recive

    higher

    quality picture and

    sound.

    For Model

    PV-V4521

    only

    For Model

    PV-V4021 only

    Connect the

    VIDEO OUT

    terminal on the

    VCR to

    the VIDEO IN

    terminal

    of your

    TV.

    Connect the "L"

    and

    "R" AUDIO OUT

    terminals

    on the VCR to

    the

    "L"

    and

    "R" AUDIO IN

    terminals of

    your TV.

    {PV-V4521

    Rear)

    Connect

    the AUDIO

    OUT

    terminal on the VCR to

    the

    AUDIO IN

    terminal

    ofyourTV.(PV-V4021

    Rear)

    Set

    the

    VIDEO/TV

    selector of your

    TV

    (Monitor/Receiver)

    to "VIDEO."

    rANfi

    With a Cable

    Box

    (VCR ^Cable

    Box)

    TV

    IN OUT

    [CATVj

    ^

    AUDIO

    iNFBOMAN-rJ

    i

    O

    OR

    "

    O

    Ol

    VIDEO

    ^iNi our

    VHF/UHF

    OUT TO

    TV

    CABLE

    BOX' g'^^AUDio'

    tN

    OUT

    O O

    VIDEO

    j

    -^VHF/UHF?

    '

    VCR

    Connect

    With Two

    Cable

    Boxes

    VCR

    CABLE BOX

    IN

    OUT

    riiMTi

    |CATVj

    AUDIO

    'N FRO*"

    *Ntd

    '

    o

    OR

    @r*^

    i

    O O

    L VHF/UHP

    I

    -.videS^

    outtotv

    ^

    INI OUT

    *J.

    y

    ~A/B

    2-Way

    Splitter

    ^abLE BOX

    "iN^OUf

    0UT1

    OUT2

    TV

    IN

    OLTT

    ORO

    _

    ^

    AUDIO

    OlO

    INI

    IN

    2

    I

    0_0

    video;

    HF/UHF

    1

    You Can

    1

    1

    You

    Cannot

    1

    view any

    record

    (including

    scrambled

    scrambled)

    channels.

    channel.

    use

    VCR Remote

    Control

    to

    select

    channels without

    using

    Multi-brand

    control

    feature.

    You

    Can

    1 You Cannot

    record

    and view

    view

    channel

    both

    scrambled

    other than the

    and

    unscrambled

    one

    selected

    channels

    ii

    for any type

    of

    additional

    recording.

    equipment is

    do a Timer

    added.

    This

    connection

    recording of

    a

    requires:

    two

    channel unless

    converter boxes,

    you

    select it at

    an A/B

    switch.

    the cable

    box.

    and a 2-way

    splitter.

    17

  • MTS

    Broadcast/VHS

    Hi-Fi

    Stereo

    System

    Connection

    For

    Model PV-V4521

    only

    Make

    the AudioA/ideo

    Connection

    as shown

    on

    page 1 7.

    You can

    use a TV connected

    to

    Stereo amp

    and

    speakers

    instead

    of

    a

    Stereo

    TV.

    Receivable

    Broadcast

    Types

    The

    following

    are

    possible

    audio broadcast

    types and

    on-

    screen

    displays.

    The

    signal being

    received

    Is

    Indicated

    with an

    "jc"

    mark

    while

    the

    selected

    audio

    mode

    is

    indicated

    with an arrow.

    To

    display the

    broadcast

    signal being

    received,

    -->

    press

    DISPLAY.

    MTS

    Stereo and SAP

    broadcast

    Multi-channel

    Television

    Sound

    Stereo

    (main language)

    and

    Secondary

    Audio

    Program

    (sub language)

    broadcasts

    are being

    received

    simultaneousty.

    Select

    STEREO

    or SAP

    audio

    mode.

    STOP

    ^STEREO

    l-SAP

    MONO

    12:00AM ABC

    0:00:00

    < SP

    MTS Stereo

    broadcaat

    Multhchannel

    Television

    Sound

    Stereo

    broadcast.

    Select

    STEREO

    audio

    mode.

    If

    stereo

    broadcast is

    weak

    and

    display

    flickers,

    select

    MONO

    audio

    mode

    for

    possibly

    better

    results.

    SAP broadcast

    Secondary Audio

    Program

    (sub

    language)

    broadcast.

    Select SAP

    audio

    mode

    for

    the

    sub

    language.

    MONO

    broadcast

    Normal

    monaural

    sound

    broadcast.

    » STEREO

    SAP

    MONO

    12:00AM

    ABC

    0:00:00

    4

    SP

    STOP

    STEREO

    frSAP

    MONO

    12:00AM

    ABC

    0:00:00

    STEREO

    SAP

    MONO

    12:00AM

    ABC

    0:00:00

    SP

    o©©o

    QQO©

    DISPLAY

    SAP/

    Hi-Fi

    Equipped with

    dl«*-TV

    Noise

    Reduction for

    true

    MTS

    reproduction.

    db«*-TV Noise

    Reduction

    Is required

    for

    good

    stereo

    separation

    and audio

    fidelity,

    dbx*

    is

    a

    registered

    trademark,

    and

    is

    licensed

    by

    dine*

    Technology

    Licensing.

    18

    For

    assistance,

    please call

    :

    1

    -800-21

    1-PANA{7262)

    or send e-mail

    to :

    [email protected]

  • Audio

    Mode

    for

    Recording

    1 Press

    SAP/

    Hi-Fi

    to

    display

    audio

    mode.

    (Display disappears

    atter

    5 seconds.)

    2

    »

    STEREO

    »SAP

    •<

    MONO

    Arrow

    indicates

    selection.

    Press

    SAP/

    Hi-FI

    repeatedly

    to

    select

    desired

    mode.

    Refer

    to

    "Receivable

    Broadcast

    Types"

    on

    page 18.

    3

    Do a

    recording.

    See page 13.

    Audio IVIode for Playback

    1

    Start

    playback.

    See

    page

    12.

    2

    3

    Press

    SAP/

    Hi-FI

    to

    display

    audio mode.

    (Display disappears

    after

    5 seconds.)

    HIPI (L/H)4

    HIFI (L)

    HIPI (H)

    NORMAL

    Arrow

    indicates

    selection.

    Qo©©

    S©©©

    ©©©O

    MC

    foiiiai aunUMMilLa

    QOO©

    SAP/

    Hi-Fi

    Press SAP/ Hi-Fi

    repeatedly to select

    desired

    mode.

    Select

    "HIFKLyR)"

    or

    "HIFI(L)"or

    "HIFI(R)"to

    listen

    to

    stereo

    recordings in stereo

    sound.

    Select

    "NORMAL"

    for

    monaural sound.

    Only tapes

    recorded

    in Hi-Ft

    stereo

    will playt)ack

    with

    true stereo sound.

    Standard stereo

    tapes

    will playback

    in

    monaural

    sound.

    To

    listen

    to

    Hi-Fi

    stereo

    playback,

    the

    VCR AUDIO

    (l_/R} jacks must

    be

    connected

    to a

    stereo

    TV

    or

    an

    external stereo

    amp

    and speakers.

    (See page

    18.)

    It tracking is

    adjusted

    during

    playback,

    Hi-Fi

    audio may

    revert to

    normal

    audio.

    Hi-Fi and normal

    audio

    playbacic

    volume

    level

    may

    differ.

  • Tape

    Operation

    Search System

    For each recording, an

    invisible

    index mark is placed

    on the

    tape.

    A program index

    and information

    are also

    included for timer recordings.

    These marks

    are

    used

    to

    access

    or scan

    recordings.

    Index Search

    1

    1

    PROGRAM ENO

    FOnWARO SEARCH

    :FF

    REVERSE

    SEARCH

    :REW

    MEXT :SEAI1CH

    Exrr any

    Press

    SEARCH*

    to

    display

    SEARCH

    in

    Stop or Play

    mode.

    MDEX SEARCH

    3

    Press

    number keys

    to select

    recording

    number.

    To

    calculate

    number,

    see

    below.

    Press

    FF or REW

    to start search.

    INDEX SEARCH

    Play begins at

    search

    end. To

    search

    forward or

    back

    1

    index,

    press FF

    or

    REW

    while screen left

    is displayed

    (10

    sec).

    To Calculate

    Index

    Number

    Example 1

    :

    To go

    to

    rec. 2

    from

    rec.

    4,

    enter

    3 and

    press

    REW.

    3

    Example 2:

    To go to

    rec.

    6

    from

    rec.

    2,

    enter 4 and

    press

    FF.

    1

    1

    3 0

    NOTE: \

    indicates

    Start

    points of each

    recording

    If

    Index Search is

    started very

    close

    to

    an index

    mark,

    that index

    mark may not

    be counted in the search.

    Program End

    Search

    Locates

    end

    point

    of recording

    for

    continuity.

    Press

    SEARCH

    twice

    to display

    SEARCH in Stop

    or

    Play

    mode.

    1

    INDEX 1 PB06HAM

    END

    SEARCH

    START :

    FF

    EXIT :SEABCH

    Press FF

    to start

    PROGRAM

    END SEARCH.

    Examples

    of Program

    End Search.

    Fig.1

    II

    J

    Program 1

    ||§[|

    Progfam 2 Of BLANK

    |

    |

    End Point

    Program

    1|'||BLANK

    11

    §1

    Program

    2

    |H Bi

    1^•

    cunvnt

    top* poittion

    f

    v^'

    End

    Point

    End

    Point

    Pnogram

    2

    II searchexceeds

    afewsecondsin

    BLANKarea

    Upon locating

    end

    point,

    -->search

    continues

    7 sec. past end point,

    -->tape rewinds

    to 10 sec. before

    end

    point,

    -->tape plays

    to end point

    and stops.

    If Program

    End Search is started very

    close to

    an index mark, that mark may be

    skipped over.

    To cancel,

    press PLAY or

    STOP.

    20

    For

    assistance,

    please

    call

    ;

    1

    -600-21

    1-P AN

    A(7262)

    or

    send

    e-mail

    to

    :

    [email protected]

  • •Important: If a remote

    control button

    does

    not work when

    pressed,

    press

    the

    VCR button on the remote and try the button again.

    Auto

    Operation

    Functions

    NUMBER

    keys

    CM/ZERO

    PLAY

    SEARCH

    FF

    REW

    Model PV-V4521 remote stiown.

    Auto Play

    Insert tape

    -->

    Power comes

    on,

    -->Play

    starts

    if

    no

    record

    tab

    (see

    pg.

    4).

    Auto

    Rewind

    Piay N

    Manual Record

    -->

    Tape

    end,

    Fast

    Forward

    ^

    ->Rewind

    Play Auto Eject

    (Repeat Play must be off)

    Play, -->Tapeend, -->Rewind,

    ">Tape ejects if

    no record tab

    Commercial

    Skip

    VCR

    fast

    forwards

    (sl<ips)

    over 1

    -3

    minutes of recorded tape.

    1

    Press CM/ZERO in Play mode.

    The

    skip time

    can

    be changed

    by

    pressing CM/ZERO button

    repeatedly as shown

    by

    the

    figure

    below.

    1

    PLAY

    I

    1st Press

    "

    1 min Skip

    2nd Press

    —*2

    min Skip

    3rd Press—*3 min Skip

    No

    indication appears.

    21

  • ape

    Operation

    Special VCR Features

    Repeat Play

    Set

    to

    playback

    a recording over and

    over.

    1

    Press

    ACTION*

    to

    display menu.

    Press

    AT

    to select

    REPEAT

    PLAY

    and

    press to

    set

    ON

    or OFF.

    Play repeats

    at

    tape

    end or if unrecorded

    portion

    over

    30

    sec.

    is

    detected.

    Press ACTION

    to

    return

    to

    normal screen.

    Zero

    Search

    To

    quickly return

    to a

    specified tape

    location.

    IPrass

    DISPLAY

    during play

    to display Counter.

    Press RESET

    COUNTER at

    desired position

    to

    reset

    to

    "0:00:00"

    ^

    Continue

    to

    record,

    playback, etc.

    Press

    Stop.

    Press CIWZERO

    In Stop mode

    to start

    ZERO

    SEARCH.

    Unit will

    go

    into FF

    or

    REW

    mode

    and

    stop at the

    last point

    the

    Counter

    was set

    to 0:00:00.

    If a blank portion

    exists on the

    tape, and depending on

    the

    position

    of the V nnark,

    the

    V mark display

    position may

    not

    be

    accurate.

    Tape Position

    Display

    Feature

    To

    find out the

    present tape position.

    Tape

    position cannot

    be

    detected for

    VHS-C

    Cassette

    type

    and tapes less than 60

    minutes

    In length.

    1

    Press TAPE

    POSITION

    to detect tape position.

    DETECTING TAPE POSfTIONj

    begUT

    "DETECTING TAPE

    POSITION"

    only

    appears the

    first

    time

    a

    cassette is

    inserted

    and

    it

    takes several

    seconds

    for

    correct

    indication

    to

    appear.

    The present tape

    position indication is

    displayed.

    Press

    TAPE

    POSITION

    to return

    to

    normal screen.

    Remote Warning ON/OFF

    Feature

    If Multi-brand feature is

    used (page

    16),

    and this

    feature

    is

    sot to on,

    a

    warning

    appears whenever

    an

    invalid

    key

    is pressed in TV mode.

    1

    ACTION

    to display menu.

    REPEAT PLAY

    AUTO SHUT

    -OFF

    IDIOWAAJUtlGue

    :

    ENOLISH

    vara

    output

    ch

    Press

    AT

    to

    select

    REMOTE

    WARNING and press

    lo

    set

    ON

    or OFF.

    If "OFF,"

    remote

    warning will not

    appear if invalid

    key

    Is

    pressed.

    3

    Press

    ACTION

    to

    retum to

    normal screen.

    22

    For

    assistance, please call : 1--800-211-PANA(7262)

    or send e-mati

    to : [email protected]

  • •Important:

    If

    a

    remote

    control button does not

    work when

    pressed,

    press

    the

    VCR button on the remote

    and

    try the button

    again.

    Weak

    Signal Display

    ON/OFF

    Feature

    DISPLAY

    SELECT/

    SET

    ArPLAY

    :STOP

    :FF

    SEARCH

    ACTION

    RESET

    COUNTER

    TAPE

    POSITION

    Model PV-V4521

    remote

    shown.

    So©®

    UCCT

    ©©

    O

    <£f

    O

    QQQ©

    When

    "ON,"

    picture is displayed

    regardless of signal

    strength.

    1

    REPEAT n^y

    -OFF

    FEHOTEWArVANG

    On

    «UTO

    SMUT-Off ON

    mOWAAANOUE

    :

    ENCLISH

    VCfrS

    0UTPWTCI1

    H

    Press

    ACTION

    to

    display

    menu.

    Press

    ^

    to

    select and display

    CHANNEL,

    press

    to select WEAK

    SIGNAL

    DISPLAY,

    and press

    ^

    to

    set

    ON or

    OFF.

    ON:

    OFF:

    Picture is

    displayed

    regardiess of

    signal

    condition,

    and may not

    always be

    clearly

    visible.

    Screen

    turns solid blue

    when

    signal is weak

    or

    non-existant.

    Selecting

    ON has no

    effect on

    connected

    equipment with

    blue back

    feature.

    3 Press

    ACTION

    to

    return to normal

    screen.

    VCR Lock

    Feature

    When set

    to ON, all

    operations

    except

    for

    timer record

    and tape

    eject are

    prohibited.

    Useful

    for households

    with

    small

    children.

    VCR LOCK

    ACTIVATEO

    VCA

    UOCK

    OFF

    To

    turn on,

    hold down REC

    on

    the

    VCR in Stop

    mode

    with

    no

    tape

    inserted for 7 sec.

    (Please

    ignore

    the

    NO

    CASSETTE

    warning.)

    To

    turn off,

    repeat above.

    VCR

    Lock

    cancels

    in

    24^

    hours

    if

    clock is

    set.

    REC

    Auto Shut-Off

    Feature

    When set to ON,

    VCR shuts

    off it blank tape is

    played or no

    signal is

    detected

    for

    5 min.

    1

    Press

    ACTION

    to

    display

    menu.

    nePCAT

    PLAY Off

    IDIOMWLANOUE

    :

    ENGUSH

    VCH'

    t

    OUTPUT CH :3

    Press

    to select

    AUTO

    SHUT-

    OFF

    and press

    ^

    to set

    ON or

    OFF.

    Press

    ACTION

    to return to

    normal screen.

    23

  • Copying Your

    Tapes

    (Dubbing)

    Connection

    M raOM ANT.

    VCR

    JHiFi)

    For

    Model PV-V4521

    only

    1 vEEon

    "^^"^^

    For Model PV-V4021

    only

    Front of

    VCR

    ®

    VDEOINJ

    o

    L-AUOlO

    IN2-n

    O O

    WEOINi AUDIO

    IN2

    o o

    Front

    of

    VCR

    (Video In Terminal

    on

    the

    front of VCR

    is available)

    Connect

    VIDEO

    OUT terminal

    on

    Playing VCR

    to VIDEO

    IN terminal

    on Recording

    VCR.

    To

    monitor tfie

    dubbing,

    also connect

    a TV

    as

    shown.

    Connect

    "L" and "R" AUDIO

    OUT terminals

    on Playing

    VCR to

    "L" and

    "R" AUDIO IN

    terminals

    on

    Recording

    VCR. (PV-V4521

    Rear)

    Connect AUDIO

    OUT terminal

    on Playing

    VCR

    to AUDIO

    IN terminal on

    Recording

    VCR.

    (PV-V4021 Rear)

    In place of

    a

    Playing

    VCR, you

    can

    use

    other equipment,

    such

    as a Camcoder.

    Simply

    connect

    the

    unit's

    AudioA/ideo

    outputs to the

    Recording

    VCR,

    1

    Playing

    (Source) VCR

    Insert

    pre-recorded

    tape.

    Recording

    (Editing)

    VCR

    Insert blank

    tape

    with

    record

    tab.

    Press INPUT

    to set VCR Input

    mode

    to LINE1 for

    Video Input

    (Rear) or to UNE2 for

    Video

    Input

    (Front).

    (See "Selecting the

    Input

    Mode" below.)

    Press PLAY, then

    PAUSE/SLOW

    Press REC, then

    PAUSE/SLOW

    Immediately

    to

    enter

    PLAY/PAUSE

    mode, immediately

    to enter

    REC/PAUSE

    mode.

    The

    operation of

    steps

    4 and 5 must

    be

    done

    on both

    playing

    and

    recording

    VCRs at the

    same time.

    Press PLAY

    to start dubbing.

    Playing VCR

    starts

    playback.

    Press

    PAUSE/SLOW

    to start

    dubbing.

    Recording VCR

    starts recording.

    Press STOP

    to stop

    dubbing.

    Press STOP

    to stop dubbing.

    To

    Monitor

    Dubbing

    on Your

    TV

    1

    Turn

    your

    TV on and

    tune

    to the Recording

    VCR channel

    (CH3orCH4).

    2 Set the VCR/

    TV

    Selector on the

    Recording

    VCRto"VCR.-

    Dubbing

    tapes protected

    with

    Copy

    Guard will

    have

    poor quality results.

    Selecting the Input

    Mode

    Melhodi:

    Press INPUT repeatedly.

    Channel

    Number

    <->UNE1 <->LINE2

    M^hodZ: PressCH /.

    Display

    will change

    as

    below.

    1

    2**3-«

    V

    (CABLE)

    (TV) J

    UNE2^UNE1**125 or

    69*>^

    'Lr or

    12"

    limits

    on Multi-Function

    Display

    (about 4

    sec.) wtten LINE1 or UNE2

    is selected.

    LINE1: For

    rear

    audloArideo connection.

    LINE2:

    For front audio/video

    connection.

    ^^Utlon:

    Unauthorlzedexchanglnfland/br

    copying of copyrighted

    recordings mgy be copyright

    intringoment,

    24

    For

    assistance, please

    call

    :

    1

    -800-211

    -PANA(7262)

    or send e-mail

    to

    :

    [email protected]

  • VCR &

    Cassette Information

    Head

    Cleaning

    Playing

    older

    or damaged

    tapes

    may

    eventually

    cause

    video heads to

    become clogged.

    Video

    Head Clog Sensor

    During

    playbacic, this

    screen appears

    if

    clogging is

    detected.

    To remove

    screen,

    press

    PLAY on the

    remote or VCR.

    VIDEO

    HEADS MAV

    NEED CLEANING

    fLEASE

    INSERT

    HEAD

    CLEANING CASSETTE

    on REFER

    TO MANUU.

    Use "dry" type head cleaning

    cassette only.

    (Part No. NV-

    TCL30PT is

    recommended.)

    Follow cleaning tape instructions

    carefully.

    Excessive use of

    tape

    can shorten head life.

    If head clog symptoms persist,

    contact your nearest Factory

    Service Center

    or

    authorized

    Service

    Center.

    (See page

    28.)

    Cleaning

    the

    VCR

    Use a

    soft cloth or dusting

    attachment of a vacuum cleaner to

    remove dust from

    the

    ventilation

    holes

    on

    the back sides and bottom

    of

    the cabinet.

    Plastic surfaces are easily

    scratched and can

    be

    marred

    by

    alcohol and various solvents. Avoid

    excessive use

    of

    oil-based

    furniture

    polishes since the materials used in

    the cabinet

    will

    accumulate more

    dust. We

    recommend using

    a

    nonabrasive, antistatic cleaner

    and

    polisher.

    Specifications

    Power

    Source:

    120

    VAC. 60 Hz

    Power

    Consumption:

    PowerOn

    Approx.18watts(PV-V4021)

    Approx. 23watts (PV-V4521

    )

    PowsrON

    Approx. 3.0 watts

    Video Signal:

    ElA Standard

    NTSCcolor

    Video

    Recoit&ng

    System:

    4 rotary heads helical

    scanning

    system

    Audio Track:

    1 track (Normal)

    2channel (Hi-Fi

    Audio

    Sound)

    (PV-V/*521)

    Tuner:

    Broadcast Channels: VHF2'-13,UHF14~6g

    CABLE Channels: MidbandAthroughl(14~22)

    Supertiand

    J

    through W

    (23-36)

    HypertJand

    AA~EEE

    (37-64)

    LowbandA-S-A-l

    (95-99)

    Special CABLE

    channel

    5

    A

    (01

    )

    Ultrat)and65~94.100~125

    5°C-40 °C(41

    "F-IO^'F)

    10%-75%

    2.5 kg

    (5.5

    lbs).

    360 (W)x93(H)x242

    (D)mm

    14-3/16"

    (W)x3-11/16*(H)x

    9-9/1

    6"

    (D)

    Note:

    Designs and specifications are

    subject to change

    without notice.

    Operating

    Temperature:

    Operating Humidity

    Weight:

    Dimensions:

    Features for a Quality Picture

    Digital Auto Picture

    Automatically

    controls

    the

    video output

    signal for

    less noise depending on

    the

    tape

    condition.

    Digital Auto Tracking

    Continuously analyzes

    the signal and adjusts for

    optimum

    picture

    quality.

    Manual

    Tracking Control

    I^d leduca pteture nolae)

    Use

    during Playback

    and Slow

    Motnn mode to

    reduce

    picture

    noise. Press OH

    (TRACKING) A

    I

    buttons on

    the

    remote

    control

    or on

    the VCR

    until

    the picture clears

    up.

    To

    return

    to

    Auto

    Tracking,

    press

    POWER off,

    then on again

    a

    few

    seconds later.

    V-Lock Co

    ntrol (to redu

    ce picturejlttert

    In

    Still mode. CH (TRACKING)

    / T

    buttons

    operate as a V-Lock control.

    25

  • On-Screen

    Displays (OSD)

    Function

    &

    Channel Display

    VCR

    Status &

    Clock Display

    To

    display

    or

    remove overlay

    at

    right,

    -->

    press DISPLAY.

    When a function

    button

    is pressed, e.g.

    PLAY,

    or

    you

    change

    channels,

    a

    4 second

    display

    appears

    first

    in

    large and

    then

    small characters.

    Blank Tape/ No Video

    Signal Indication

    Whenever

    a

    blank section of

    a tape

    comes

    up

    in

    Play

    mode, or when

    the

    selected

    channel has no

    broadcast

    signal

    with

    the

    Weal< Signal

    Display

    Feature

    {page

    23)

    set to OFF, the

    TV

    screen

    will

    turn solid blue.

    Function

    Status

    Current Time

    Rec

    Time

    Remaining

    (OTR

    mode

    only,

    see page

    13.)

    Broadcast Audio

    Being

    Received

    (For Model PV-V4521 only)

    Channel

    REC 12:00AM

    A8C

    -0:25

    -0:12:34

    »STEREO

    * SP.

    »SAP

    >

    MONO

    Counter

    Tape Speed

    (See page

    4.)

    ,«,^

    ^ II r\'^.^i

    ^

    These displays will alert you to a missed

    warning

    and instruction

    Displays

    operation or provide further

    instructions.

    OSD

    Caution OSD

    Caution

    NO CH FOUND

    PLEASE CHECK ANTENNA

    CABLE CONNECTION THEN

    PRESS

    CH UP KEY AGAIN

    If no active channels

    are found

    for

    CHANNEL

    MEMORY...

    8

    TO CANCEL TIMER REC

    PRESS POWER THEN

    STOP

    KEV

    If

    you

    press POWER

    or

    STOP

    during

    a

    Timer Recording...

    (visible

    in VCR

    mode

    only)

    14

    PLEASE SET CLOCK BV

    PRESSMG ACTION

    KEV

    If

    you

    attempt

    to

    set

    or

    review a Timer

    Recording and the

    Clock is

    not set...

    14

    VIDEO HEADS MAY

    NEED CLEANING

    PLEASE INSERT HEAD

    CLEANING CASSETTE

    OR REFER TO MANUAL

    END :PLAV

    If head cleaning

    becomes

    necessary

    while

    playing back a

    tape...

    25

    TURN VCR OFF

    FOR

    TIMER

    RECORDING

    After

    a

    Timer

    Program

    has

    been set...

    14

    VCR

    LOCK

    ACnVATEO

    If you press a

    function

    button

    other than STOP/

    EJECT

    or POWER

    while the VCR

    is

    in

    VCR

    Lock mode...

    23

    CHECK CASSETTE

    RECORD TAB

    If

    you

    press

    REC

    on

    the remote

    control or

    VCR, and

    a cassette

    is inserted

    with no

    record tab...

    4

    REMOTE COHTnOL

    IS

    SET

    TO TV MODE

    USE VCR : VCR KEV

    If you

    press an

    invalid

    key on the

    remote while in

    TV

    mode...

    16

    22

    MO

    CASSETTE

    PIEASE MSEHT A CASSETTE

    If you

    press

    PLAY,

    FF, REW,

    or REC on

    the remote

    control or

    VCR without

    a

    cassette

    inserted...

    12

    13

    26

    For assistance, please call :

    1-800-211

    -PAN

    A(7262)

    or send e-mail to : consumerproducts® panasonic.com

  • Before

    Requesting

    Service

    Check

    the

    following points once

    again if you are

    having trouble with your VCR.

    Power

    Correction

    Nopower...

    Conipletely insert

    Power Plug into an AC outlet.

    Set

    POWER button

    toon.

    Make sure power

    source is active.

    Recording &

    Playback

    Correction

    TV program cannot be recorded...

    Check

    connections

    between VCR, external antenna,

    and

    TV.

    Checi<

    connections selection. (P.8,

    17)

    Make sure your

    antenna system

    (CABLE

    or

    TV)

    is

    correctly

    set. (Channels (P,10])

    Timer recording cannot be

    performed.

    .

    .

    Confirm that clock Is set to current time and date.

    Make sure Cable/DSS

    box

    (if

    used)

    is

    left

    on

    and

    tuned to

    channel

    to

    be recorded.

    Set

    recording start/stop

    times correctly.

    (P. 1

    4)

    Make

    sure

    VCR POWER

    button is pressed

    off. (P.I

    4)

    Timer

    recording may not be

    performed or continued

    i1 a power

    interruption occurs before or during a Timer Recording,

    even

    after power is restored.

    There

    is

    no ptaytiack picture,

    or the playbadi

    picture is

    noisy or «jntains

    strealcs...

    Select

    channel

    3

    or 4 on TV to match VCR output channel

    (3

    or

    4)

    (P,8) or select LINE.

    Set

    VCR/TV

    selector to "VCR."

    Adjust TRACKING

    control

    in

    either direction.

    (P.25)

    Try

    Head

    Cleaning. (P.25)

    Speciai

    effects pla^clt, picture may

    contain some vertical

    jitter when using

    a TV

    with

    an

    Automatic Vertical

    Hold

    Control...

    Set TV's

    Vertical Hold

    Control

    to

    MANUAL, then adjust.

    VCR cannot be

    controlled...

    Make sure VCR power is on.

    Check Remote batteries.

    Make sure VCR LOCK is set to off. (P.23)

    Make

    sure

    Remote is

    in

    proper mode.

    (P.

    16)

    Make sura

    Timer

    Record

    is not

    in progress.

    Remote Control

    Correction

    VCR

    cannot be

    remote controlled...

    Make sure

    VCR power is on

    .

    Make sure Remote

    is

    in

    VCR

    mode.

    Aim

    Remote

    Control directly at remote sensor on VCR. (P.6)

    Avoid any object blocking

    signal path.

    Check

    Remote k>atteries. (P.4)

    Make sure VCR LOCK is set to

    off. (P.23)

    Exposing VCR remote sensor to direct fluorescent or

    outdoor

    light may cause

    signal

    interference.

    ACTION and

    PROG

    buttons do not respond,,.

    Check

    connections

    between VCR, external

    antenna, and

    TV.

    Press VCR button

    for VCR mode.

    {P.

    16)

    Check

    Remote battenes. (P.4}

    Miscellaneous

    Correction

    Programs cannot be viewed

    on

    TV...

    Make sure TV power is on.

    Make sure TV

    is

    set to output of VCR.

    Check connections

    between

    VCR, extemal

    antenna,

    arri

    TV.

    Set

    VCH/TV

    selector

    to

    TV." (P,13)

    Make sure proper signal source is

    selected.

    Video cassette cannot

    be

    inserted...

    Insect the cassette with

    vtrindow side up; record tab

    facing

    you.

    Check if

    a tape

    is already

    in

    the

    unit.

    Video

    cassette cannot

    be

    removed...

    Completely insert Power Plug into an AC outlet.

    Video

    cassette

    ejects wtien a recording is started

    or the

    power is tumed

    off for

    timer recording...

    Make sure cassette

    record tab is intact. (P.4)

    In Stop mode, the motor

    (CYLINDER)

    continues

    to rotate...

    To ertable Quick play

    mechanism, ttie

    cylinder will

    rotate

    for

    about 3

    minutes. This reduces response time from Stop to

    Play mode arid from Play to

    Rewind Search mode.

    If you

    cannot resolve

    the problem, please call the Customer Call

    Center

    for product

    assistance

    at

    1

    -800-211

    -PANA

    (7262).

    To locate

    an authorized

    servicenter, please

    call toll free

    1-800'211-PANA

    (7262).

    or

    send

    e-mail to :

    consumerproducts@pana$onlc.com

    27

  • Service

    Center

    List

    For

    Product Information, Operating

    Assistance,

    Literature

    Request,

    Dealer

    Locations,

    and

    all

    Customer Service inquiries

    please

    contact:

    1-800-211

    -PAN

    A

    (7262),

    Monday-Friday

    9am-9pm

    Saturday-Sunday

    9am-7pm,

    EST. or send e-mail

    to :

    [email protected]

    Web

    Site: http://www.panasonic.com

    You

    can purchase

    parts, accessories or

    locate

    your nearest

    servicenter

    by

    visiting

    our WebSite.

    Accessory

    PurchasesT^^^^^^^^^H

    Customer

    Orders

    Only 800-332-5368

    (Customer

    Orders

    Only)

    Panasonic

    Services

    Company

    20421 84th

    Avenue

    South, Kent,

    WA 98032

    (6

    am

    to

    5

    pm

    Monday

    -

    Friday;

    6

    am

    to 10:30 am

    Saturday;

    PST)

    (Visa,

    MasterCard,

    Discover Card,

    American

    Express,

    Checic)

    Factory

    Servicenters

    Locations

    CALIFORNIA

    6550 Katella Avenue

    Cypress, CA

    90630

    800

    Dubuque

    Avenue

    S. San

    Francisco,

    CA

    94080

    20201 Sherman

    Way

    Suite 102

    Canoga Park,

    CA

    91306

    3878

    Puffin

    Road

    Suite A

    San Diego, CA

    92123

    COLORADO

    1640

    South

    Abilene

    Street

    Suite

    D

    Aurora,

    CO 80012

    FLORIDA

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    29th

    Avenue

    Suit© 102

    Hollywood,

    PL

    33020

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    ODOO

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    noaci

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    Road

    ouiie

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    Suite

    101

    Atlanta, uA

    oOosO

    Sterling Heights,

    Ml Farmers Branch,

    48312

    TX 75244

    ILLIIVvJIo

    9060

    Golf

    Road

    MINNESOTA

    WASHINGTON

    Nites,

    IL 60714

    7850-1

    2th

    Avenue

    20425-84th

    Avenue

    1703 North Randall

    South

    South

    Mrport

    Business

    Center

    Kent. WA

    98032

    Road

    Bloomington, MN

    55425

    Elgin,

    IL 60123

    (Pick-up/ Drop-off

    only)

    OHIO

    2236

    Waycross

    Road

    MARYLAND

    Civic

    Center

    Plaza

    62

    Mountain

    Road

    Forest Park,

    OH 45240

    Glen Burnie, MD

    21061

    PENNSYLVANIA

    2221

    Cabot Blvd.

    West

    MASSACHUSETTS

    Suite

    B

    60

    Glacier

    Drive

    Langhome, PA

    19047

    HAWAII

    Suite

    G

    99-859

    Iwaiwa

    Westwood,

    MA

    Street

    02090

    Aiea, Hawaii

    96701

    Phone

    (808)488-

    1996

    Fax

    (808)466-4369

    Service

    in Puerto

    Rico

    Matsushita

    Electric

    of Puerto

    rico, Inc.

    Panasonic

    Sales

    Company/

    Factory Servicenter:

    Ave.

    65

    de Infanteria, Km.

    9.5,

    San Gabriel

    Industrial

    Park, Carolina,

    Puerto

    Rico 00985

    Phone

    (787)750-4300

    Fax

    (787)768-2910

    28

    As of January

    2000

    For

    assistance,

    please

    call

    :

    1-800-211

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    A(7262)

    or

    send e-mail

    to

    :

    [email protected]

  • Warranty

    Panasonic

    Consumer Electronics

    Company,

    Division of

    Matsushita

    Electric

    Corporation of

    America,

    One

    Panasonic

    Way

    Secaucus, New Jersey 07094

    Panasonic

    Sales

    Company,

    Division of Matsushita Electric of

    Puerto

    Rico, Inc.

    AVE. 65 de Infanteria, Km. 9.5

    San Gabriel Industrial Park

    Carolina, Puerto Rico

    00985

    PANASONIC

    Video Products

    Limited Warranty

    Panasonic Consumer Elecironics Company

    or

    Panasonic Sales Company

    (collectively

    referred lo as "the Warrajiior")

    will

    repair

    this prixJuct

    with new

    or refurbished parts, free of charge, in the USA or Puerto Rico, in the event of a

    defect

    in

    materials or

    workmanship

    an follows

    (all time periudii commence from the date

    of the original

    purchase):

    PBODUCT

    PARTS

    LA^R

    CAMCORDER ONE

    (

    1

    )

    YEAR. EXCEPTCCD

    IM

    AGESENSOR

    CCDIMAGESENSOR-SIX(6)MONTHS

    NINETY

    (90)

    DAYS

    NINETY

    (90)

    DAYS

    VCR ONE(!)YEAR

    NINETY(90)DAYS

    AA' MIXER ONE(l)YEAR

    NINETY'

    (90)

    DAYS

    MONniOR-VCR

    ONE(l

    )

    YEAR. EXCEPTCRT

    CRT

    -TWO

    (2)

    YEARS

    NlNim'('Xt)DAYS

    CRT-NINETY

    (90)DAYSCUSTOMER

    PAYS ALLLABORCHARGESAFTER

    90 DAYS

    Monitor-VCR In-homc or carry-in Servic«:

    22"

    (diagonal)

    CRT

    /

    I^CD

    and Larger

    Monitor-VCR

    Carry-in Service:

    21"

    (diagonal) CRT

    /

    LCD

    and

    smaller

    Batierics (if included)

    -

    New rechargeable batteries

    in exchange for defective rechargeable

    batteries

    for

    ten

    (10)

    days.

    Non-rcchargcable haiteries are nol

    warranted.

    rppc

    (if included)

    -

    New video

    cassette tape in exchange for a defective video cassette tape for five

    (5)

    days.

    In-home, carry-in or mail-in

    service,

    as applicable, in the USA can be obtained during the warranty period by contacting a

    Panasonic Serv ices

    Company (PASC)

    Factory Servicenicr listed

    in

    the Service Directory.

    Or call toll free

    1-800-21

    1-PANA

    (7262).

    to k^ute an

    authorized

    PASC Scrviccnter. Carry-in or miiil-in

    service

    in Puerto Rico can be obtained during

    the

    warranty period by calling the Panasonic Sales Company

    telephone

    number listed in

    the Scrviccnter

    Directory.

    This warranty is extended only lo the original purchaser.

    A

    purchase

    receipt or other

    piuof

    of

    the date of the original

    purchase is required before

    waminty service

    is rendered.

    This

    warranty

    only

    covers

    failures due to defects in materials and workmanship

    which

    occur during normal use and

    does

    not

    cover normal maintenance, including, but not limited

    to,

    video

    and audio head cleaning. The

    warranty

    docs

    not

    cover

    damage

    which

    occurs in shipment, or failures which are caused by products not supplied by the warrantor, or failures

    which resuh

    from accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, mishandling,

    misapplication, alteration, modification,

    faulty

    installation, set-up adjustments, improper antenna, inadequate signal pickup, maladjustment of consumer controls,

    improper

    operation,

    power

    line surge,

    improper

    voltage

    supply,

    lightning damage, commercial use such as hotel,

    office,

    restaurant, or

    other bu.sincss or rental u.sc of the product, or

    service

    by anyoiu: other than a PASC Factory Scrviccnter or

    a

    PASC authorized Scrviccnter, or damage thai is attributable to

    acts

    of God.

    [.IMITS

    ANIP

    EXCLUSIONS

    'ITiere

    are

    no

    express warranties

    except as listed

    above,

    THEWARRANTORSHAlXNOTBELIABLEFORINaDENTALORCONSEQUENTIALDAMAGES(lNCLUDING,WrrHOUT

    IJMITATION.DAMAGETOTAPES)RIiSULTlNGKROMTHEUSEOFTHISPRODUCrS.ORARISINGOUTOFANY

    BREACHOFTHEWARRANTY,ALLEXPRESSANDIMPLIEDWARRANTIES,INCLUDlNGTHUWARRANnESOF

    MERCHANTABILITY

    ANDnTNESSF0RPARTlCULARPURPOSE,ARELIMrrEDT0THEAPPLICABLEWARRANTY

    PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE.

    Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential

    damage.s, or limitations

    on

    how

    long

    an implied

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    If a problem

    with

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    during or after the

    warranty

    period, you may contact your dealer or Servicentcr. If

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  • Spanish

    QuickUseGuide/Guiapararapidaconsutta

    Como realizar la Conflguraclon Inicial

    Ajuste Manual

    del Reloj

    1

    Enclenda el

    TV

    y

    ajustelo

    en el

    canal

    3.

    PRESS CH A :

    VP. vCfvTv

    :

    FaiMOAis

    I

    Enclenda el VCR. Al

    encender el VCR por

    primera vez,

    en

    la pantalla

    aparecerd

    SELECT

    LANGUAGE.

    Si la

    pantalla no

    aparece, verlfique

    las

    conexiones

    antra el VCR

    y

    el

    TV,

    y

    si el TV

    estd

    sintonlzado

    en el

    canal

    3,

    Intente cambidndolo

    al

    canal 4.

    Cuando

    desee cambiar el canal

    de

    salida del

    VCR,

    por favor

    remi'tase

    Canal

    de

    Salida

    del

    VCR en la p^gina 1 1

    .

    Si ajusta el

    idioma equivocado,

    realice los

    pesos

    de "Reajuste

    de

    Todas

    las Funciones

    de

    Memoria

    del VCR" en

    la

    p^gina

    9.

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    TV POn

    CABLE SMTCMCE

    Al. CANAL

    |mS

    [>E SU

    LOCAL

    LUEGO.

    Pulse

    CH

    para

    seleccionar

    Ingles.

    0

    Pulse

    CH para

    seleccionar

    Espanol.

    O

    Pulse la tecia VCR/TV para

    seleccionar Frances.

    Cuando

    se

    pulsa

    una

    de

    las

    teclas anteriores,

    aparece la

    pantalla FIJACION

    AUTO.

    (CA/RELOJ).

    Enclenda

    la

    caja de

    cable

    y

    ajuste

    SU

    canal

    de Estaci6n

    Publica

    de Radiodifusl6n

    (PBS)

    en SU huso horarlo.

    Si utiliza un receptor

    DSS,

    este tiene

    que

    estar

    apagado.

    I yen'

    r

    Rggn

    ~gAM

    AL

    Pulse la tecIa

    CH para

    comenzar la operacidn de

    Ajuste Autom^tico Canal/

    Reloj. El ajuste Canal/Reloj

    se Neva a

    cabo

    automdttcamente.

    Si la configuraci6n

    se

    temilna,

    aparece la

    pantalla

    siguiente.

    Si aparece la

    pantalla

    "Fijacion

    Automatica Del

    Reloj Incompleto",

    ajuste el

    reloj utilizando

    los

    procedimientos

    de

    "AJUSTE

    MANUAL

    DEL

    RELOJ".

    SI el

    ajuste autom^tlco

    del reloj no

    se ha

    completado,

    ajuste el reloj

    manualmente

    de

    la

    siguiente

    manera:

    1

    )

    Pulse

    la tecIa ACTION en

    el control

    remote

    para visuallzar la

    pantalla

    del menil RELOJ.

    2)

    Pulse

    AT

    para

    selecdonar el

    mes

    y

    ^ para

    ajustar. De la misma forma,

    seleccione

    y

    ajuste la fecha,

    arto, hora

    y

    DST (Mora de

    Verano).

    3)

    Pulse

    dos

    veces la tecIa ACTION

    para

    poner

    el

    RELOJ

    en marcha

    y

    sallr.

    Ajustar

    de nuevo el

    reloj

    1

    Pulse

    ACTION

    para

    exhiba el menii.

    TuaCIOH AUTOUATICil

    Pulse

    '4

    ^ para

    seleccionar

    "RELOJ"

    rseirr beloj

    t

    ~e*wAi~]

    AJUSTE ZONA

    HORA

    : S

    Pulse para

    seleccionar

    "MANUAL'

    y

    luego pulse

    ^.

    Pulse

    AW

    y

    para

    seleccionar

    y

    ajustar la

    hora

    y

    la fecha,

    Pulse

    ACTION dos veces

    para

    que el reloj comianee

    a fupcronq

    r

    y

    sallr desde este mode.

    30

    Por ayuda Name al

    1-800-211

    -PAN

    A{7262)

    o envie e-mail a : [email protected]

  • Operaciones basicas

    para

    la

    reproduccion

    1

    tnserte

    una cinta,

    la

    alimentacibn del VCR

    se

    activa.

    En la Pantalla de

    Visualizacidn Multi

    Funci6n

    se

    ilumina "VCR".

    2

    Pulse PLAY para

    reproducir

    la cinta.

    Si

    la

    cinta no

    tiene lengiieta de

    prevenci6n de

    grabacibn

    (pdgina

    4),

    se

    Inicia

    la

    reproduccl6n automdtica.

    I

    Detalles especlales durante

    la grabaci6n

    Pulse

    FF o

    REW para busqueda de

    escenas

    Hacia delante/

    Hacia atr^. Pulse

    nuevamenta o

    pulse

    PLAY

    para

    llberar

    -

    Pulse

    PAUSE/SLOW para imager Fija

    (Congelada).

    Pulse

    PLAY para llberar

    Pulse

    PAUSE/SLOW en el

    modo de

    Imagen

    fija para

    imdgenes

    Cuadro a

    Cuadro. Puise

    PLAY para

    liberar.

    Mantenga pulsado PAUSE/SLOW en

    el

    modo de

    Imagen fija para imdgenes en

    c6mara lenta. Pulse

    PLAY

    paraliberar.

    Pulse STOP

    para detener la cinta.

    Pulse REW o FF en el modo de parada

    para Rebobinado/Avance

    Rdpido de

    la

    cinta.

    Pulse EJECT en el control remoto, o

    STOP/

    EJECT en el

    VCR para

    expulsar

    la

    cinta.

    Operaciones basicas para

    la

    grabacion

    1

    Inserte

    la cinta con

    lengQeta

    de

    proteccidn de grabacldn (pag.

    4).

    La

    alimenlaci6n del

    VCR

    se

    activa.

    En la pantalla

    Multi

    Funcibn

    se

    ilumina

    "VCR".

    2

    Pulse CH AT.

    o las teclas de

    nOmeros

    para seleccionar el

    canal.

    3

    Pulse SPEED para

    seleccionar la

    velocidad de

    grabacion

    {p^g.4)

    SP

    =

    Reproduccion

    est^ndar,

    LP

    =

    Larga

    duraci6n,

    SLP

    =

    Superlarga

    duraci6n.

    4

    Pulse REC para

    comenzar a grabar.

    Para ellminar escenas indeseadas,

    pulse

    PAUSE/SLOW

    para

    pausar,

    y

    al pulsar

    nuevamente

    se

    reanuda la grabacibn.

    5

    Pulse STOP para detener la

    grabacr6n.

    .

    Grabaci<3n

    de

    Un Toque

    (grabar en

    march a),

    El

    VCR se apaga despu6s de

    preajustar la

    extension de la

    grabadbn.

    -->

    Cada vez que se

    pulsa

    REC

    se

    adicionan

    30

    min. a la

    extensi6n

    de

    grabacidn hasta

    un

    m^imo de 4 horas.

    Programacion

    facil para la

    grabacion con

    temporizador

    Pulse

    PROG

    para visualizar la

    pantalla

    de

    Programs.

    1)

    Para

    ajustar la

    FECHA

    de

    grabaci6n,

    pulse

    para

    seleccionar:

    1-31

    =

    una

    vez,

    o DIARIO

    =

    a la misma

    tiora

    de

    lunes a viernes, o

    SEMANA

    =

    a la misma

    hora cada semana

    y

    pulse

    ^ para ajustar.

    Vea el

    orden de

    seleccibn

    abajo a la

    izquierda.

    2)

    Para ajustar los items

    que

    quedan, pulse

    AT

    para

    seleccionar

    y

    pulse

    para ajustar

    los tiempos

    de

    START/STOP,

    CANAL,

    o

    entrada de

    LiNEA

    (p^g. 20),

    y

    velocidad de la

    cinta

    (

    SP,

    LR

    SLP).

    Pulse PROG

    para

    finallzar el programa.

    Pulse

    para

    seleccionar un nOmero

    sin

    usar

    para ingresar

    mas

    programas

    y

    pulse

    >

    para ajustar. Luego

    repita el paso 2.

    Pulse nuevamente

    PROG para

    salir.

    4

    Pulse

    POWER

    off

    para

    ajustar

    el

    temporizador.

    (Se

    ilumina TIMER" en el panel

    delantero)

    Eiempio

    -

    Fecha de hoy

    M

    31-1-'

    «

    ^

    l,l

    )

    p<

    l)

    ilil«lli»

    OMO

    31

  • Index

    Accessories

    4

    AC

    Power Plug

    7

    Add or

    Delete

    a

    Channel 11

    Audio

    Input Connector(LyR) 7

    Audio

    Output Connector(L/R) ..7

    Auto

    Operation Functions

    21

    Auto Shut-Off

    23

    Before

    Requesting Service ...27

    Blank

    Tape/ No Video

    Signal

    Indication

    26

    Cable

    Box

    Setup 8

    Cassete Compartment

    6

    Channel Up/Down

    Tracking/

    V-Lock

    Button

    6

    Cleaning

    the

    VCR

    25

    Clock/Status/Channel/Speed

    Display

    7

    Commercial

    Skip

    21

    Connections

    8

    Copying Your Tapes 24

    DST

    (Daylight Saving Time)

    . 1

    1

    Fast Fonward/Search Button

    ....

    6

    Features for a Quality

    Picture

    25

    Function

    &

    Channel

    Display

    . 26

    Head Cleaning

    25

    Hi-Fi

    Indicator

    7

    Index

    Search

    20

    Initial Setup

    8,17

    MTS

    Broadcast

    18

    Multi-Brand

    Control

    16

    On-Screen Display

    26

    Playback

    12

    Play Button

    6

    Power Button

    6

    Power

    Indicator

    7

    Program

    End

    Search

    20

    Record

    13

    Record Button 6

    Remote Control Buttons 6

    Remote Sensor

    6

    Remote

    Warning ON/OFF 22

    Repeat Play 22

    Review, Replace or

    Clear

    Program

    Contents

    1

    5

    Rewind/Search Button

    6

    Select Audio Mode

    19

    Service Center List

    28

    Spanish Quick

    Use

    Guide

    30,31

    Specifications

    25

    Stereo/SAP/Mono

    Broadcast 18

    Stop/Eject Button

    6

    Tape Position Display

    22

    Timer Indicator

    7

    Timer Recording 14

    VCR Indicator 7

    VCR

    Lock

    23

    VCR

    Status

    &

    Clock

    Display .26

    VCR/TV Selector

    6

    VHF/UHF Antenna

    Input

    Terminal 7

    VHF/UHF Antenna

    Output Terminal 7

    Video

    Input Connector(LyR) 7

    Video

    Output

    Connector(LyR) ..

    7

    Warning

    and

    Instruction

    Displays

    26

    Warranty

    29

    Weak

    Signal

    Display ON/OFF

    . 23

    Zero Search 22

    Panasonic Consumer Electronics

    Company, Division

    of iMatsushita

    Electric Corporation

    of

    America

    One Panasonic Way

    Secaucus.

    New

    Jersey 07094

    Panasonic Sales Company

    ("PSC"),

    Division of Matsushita

    Electric

    of Puerto Rico, Inc.

    Ave,

    65 de

    Infanteria. Km.

    9.5

    San Gabriel Industrial

    Park.Caio(ina.

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