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Grundig TV Instructions

Updated April 17, 2017

Grundig is a German electronics manufacturer that produces products like radios, hi-fi systems and other media devices. They also make TVs with unique classifications, such as integrated digital TVs. If you have a Grundig integrated TV, there are a few simple things you have to do before you can watch television programming on it. Luckily, all the instructions for setting up your TV are easy, so you can have everything running in no time at all.

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  1. Put new batteries in the remote control and connect the TV and the antenna with the aerial lead.

  2. Connect the TV to power by plugging it into an electrical socket. Turn the TV on by using the button on the front of the screen labelled POWER.

  3. Push any button on the remote control to turn the screen on and choose "Yes" to continue first time installation. Push the Select button on the remote to do this.

  4. Wait for the search for channels to finish and press Select again. Scroll down using the down arrow button and push Select to continue the installation.

  5. Let the automatic tuning take place so the TV will locate the first channel it can find and tune to it. You can now change channels or switch between analogue and digital by pushing the TV/DTV key on the remote.

  6. Tip

    You can connect media devices to your Grundig TV via the jacks on the back of the set.


    Do not use a faulty or exposed power outlet, as this can cause a short in the circuits of your TV.

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Things You'll Need

  • Batteries

About the Author

Based in West Windsor, New Jersey, Kelly Brown has been writing health and travel related articles since 1999. Her work has appeared in “Salon” magazine and “Better Health” magazine. Brown holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the Southern Connecticut State University.

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