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Tuning Instructions for a Sony Bravia KDL 19L4000U

The Sony Bravia KDL 19L4000U is an ultra-slim HD-ready LCD television with a fully integrated digital terrestrial tuner. It's sleekly designed, can be hung on a wall and is ready to tune to digital and analogue terrestrial channels.

Press "Menu" on the remote control; select "Digital Set-up" using the arrow keys.

Navigate to "Digital Auto Tuning."

Press the "+" key in the middle of the navigation keys. The TV will now search for available digital channels and tune automatically.

Select "Digital Manual Tuning" from the menu to assign channels to desired presets. Press the number of the channel you want to change, use the navigation buttons to tune to the channel of your choice and press "+" to store.

Press "Menu" on the remote control.

Navigate to "Auto Tuning."

Press the "+" key. The television will automatically tune to available analogue channels.

Move channels to a new position by selecting "Program Sorting" from the "Set-Up" menu. Use the up and down navigation buttons to find the channel you want to move, press the right navigation key to select the channel and then use the up and down arrows to move to the desired location before pressing "+" to store.

Press "Menu" on the remote control.

Select "AV Preset" to assign a name to external units that you connect to your television.

Use the up and down keys to find the source you wish to name and press the "+" key.

Select a title from the list of names that corresponds to the device you are connecting or press "Edit" to enter your own title.

Press the "+" key to confirm.

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Michael Roennevig has been a journalist since 2003. He has written on politics, the arts, travel and society for publications such as "The Big Issue" and "Which?" Roennevig holds a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from the Surrey Institute and a postgraduate diploma from the National Council for the Training of Journalists at City College, Brighton.