Panasonic's Viera TX32LXD85 flat-screen television was released in 2008. Its features include an aspect ratio of 16:9, 32-inch screen, 720p high-definition format, a Freeview tuner, S-video connection support, three HDMI ports, stereo output and two built-in speakers. It comes with a remote control, two AA batteries, a cleaning cloth and a User's Manual.
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Install the two AA batteries into the remote control. Turn the remote control onto its face. Use you thumb to pull back the lever that opens the battery cover, and pull up. Insert the two batteries in accordance with the polar indicators.
Connect your TV to an aerial antenna source by first plugging the power cord (stemming from the back of the TV) into an outlet. Plug in an RF cable into the RF receptor (the connector at the right on the receptor panel on the back of the television). Plug the other end of the RF cable into your antenna source.
Connect your Viera to a DVD player or VCR by first plugging the TV into an outlet. Insert one end of a fully wired SCART cable into the AV2 receptor (located at the left of the RF cable connector, under the PC connector). Orient the SCART end in accordance with the receptor's orientation. Plug the opposite end of the SCART cable into the back of your VCR or DVD player. Insert the RF cable into the TV's RF connector, then insert the other end into the "RF Out" receptor on the back of the VCR or DVD player. Attach the antenna receptor into the "RF In" connector.
Hook up the TV, antenna, DVD player or VCR, and satellite receiver all together. Insert a fully wired HDMI cable into the "HDMI 1" slot (located at the upper left of the connections panel). Insert the other end into the HDMI connector located on the back of your satellite receiver. Connect a SCART cable into the back of your receiver, then insert the other end into the SCART receptor on the back of your DVD player or VCR. Insert a second SCART cable into the second SCART connector on the back of your satellite receiver, then place the other end into the "AV1" connector on the back of your TV. Insert a third SCART cable into your DVD player or VCR, then connect the other end to the AV2 receptor. Plug an RF cable into the television back, then plug the other end into the DVD player or VCR "RF Out" connector. Plug a second RF cable into the VCR/DVD player "RF In" connector, then insert the other end into the satellite receiver "RF Out" receptor. Plug a third RF cable into the satellite receiver "RF In" connector, and the other into the antenna.
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