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Contents

STB2AW09

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Set Top Box

Quick start guide Connecting your box

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Contents Connecting your box ........................................ 3 Tuning your box ............................................... 4 Receiving Channel Zero .................................. 4 Introduction ...................................................... 6 Safety is important ........................................... 6 In the box ......................................................... 6 Keep these instructions ............................... 7 Important .................................................... 7 Electrical information........................................ 8 Mains supply ............................................... 8 Front and rear view .......................................... 9 Remote control .............................................. 10 Installing batteries in the remote control .... 11 Using the remote control ........................... 11 Connecting the TV aerial ............................... 12 Connecting to the TV and other devices ........ 12 Co-axial cable ........................................... 12 SCART cable ............................................ 12 Basic operating instructions ........................... 13 Switching on for the first time .................... 13 Standby .................................................... 13 Source selection ....................................... 13 Selecting a channel................................... 14 Volume ..................................................... 14 Mute ......................................................... 14 Programme swap ...................................... 14 Information display .................................... 14 Subtitles .................................................... 15 Digital text ................................................. 15 Channel list ............................................... 15 Channel favourites list ............................... 16 Manual recording ...................................... 16

Keep a recording....................................... 21 Delete a recording..................................... 21 Menus ............................................................ 22 Channels menu ......................................... 22 Channel organiser..................................... 22 Channel groups......................................... 23 Install menu .............................................. 24 Channel tune ............................................ 24 Factory reset ............................................. 25 Version ..................................................... 26 Format hard drive...................................... 26 Settings menu ........................................... 27 Language .................................................. 27 TV ............................................................. 27 Time.......................................................... 27 Parental pin............................................... 28 Updates .................................................... 28 Channel Zero ................................................. 29 Accessing Channel Zero services ............. 29 Troubleshooting guide ................................... 30 Warranty ........................................................ 31 Specifications................................................. 31 How do I dispose of this product? ............. 31

TV Guide ....................................................... 17 Making recordings ......................................... 18 Recording a series .................................... 18 Multiple recordings .................................... 19 Automatic scheduling ................................ 19 Planner .......................................................... 20 Playback a recording ................................ 21

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Before you start

Introduction Thank you for purchasing this Dion Set Top Box which has been designed and manufactured to give you many years of trouble-free service You may already be familiar with using a similar product but please take time to read these instructions which have been written to ensure you get the very best from your purchase

Safety is important To ensure your safety and the safety of others, please read the safety information BEFORE you operate this product Keep this information in a safe place for future reference

In the box You will find the following: 1.

Set Top Box

2.

Remote Control

3.

Quick Start Guide

4.

User Guide

Note: If any of the items listed are damaged or missing, please contact the TESCO electrical help line on 0845 456 6767

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Set Top Box

Before you start

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS -

WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS BOX TO WATER OR MOISTURE. THE BOX MUST NOT BE EXPOSED TO DRIPPING AND SPLASHING AND NO OBJECTS FILLED WITH LIQUIDS SHOULD BE PLACED ON THE BOX

READ CAREFULLY BEFORE USE

Keep these instructions 1.

Do not use this box near water

2.

Clean only with a slightly damp cloth

3.

Do not block any ventilation openings

4.

Install in accordance with the supplied Quick Start Guide and this User Guide

5.

Do not install or operate near any heat sources such as radiators, stoves, or other apparatus that produce heat

6.

Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs, and the point where it exits from the box

7.

Do not allow the power cord to overhang the edge of a table

8.

Unplug this box from the mains and aerial during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time

9.

To avoid interference, switch this box off while operating other radio devices in the immediate vicinity

10. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the box has been damaged in any way, such as the power cord or plug being damaged, liquid being spilled on or objects have fallen onto the box, the box has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped 11. No naked flame sources such as candles should be placed on the box

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WARNING: RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. THIS BOX CONTAINS NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS. DO NOT REMOVE ANY COVERS

Important This box generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with these instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communication. However, this is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If the unit does cause harmful interference to electrical devices, which can be determined by turning the box off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures: 1.

Re-orient or relocate the receiving aerial

2.

Increase the separation between the external device and the box

3.

Connect the external device into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the box is connected

4.

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help

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Before you start

Electrical information Mains supply The mains operating voltage is detailed on the rear of the box The mains lead on this box may be supplied with a moulded plug incorporating a fuse. Should the fuse need to be replaced, an ASTA or BSI approved BS1362 fuse must be used of the same rating. If the fuse cover is detachable never use the plug with the cover removed. If a replacement fuse cover is required, ensure it is of the same colour as that visible on the pin face of the plug. If there is no alternative to cutting off the mains plug, dispose of it immediately, having first removed the fuse, to avoid a possible shock hazard by inadvertent connection to the mains supply

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Set Top Box

Parts identification

Front and rear view

1. Power button

6. ‘RF IN’ Co-axial Input

2. Record button

7. ‘RF OUT’ Co-axial Output

3. Channel up/down

8. ‘TV’ SCART Socket

4. Digital display

9. ‘VCR’ SCART Socket

5. OK button

10. Mains Cable

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Remote control Remote control

1.

Standby (

When using the remote control, aim it towards the remote control sensor on the box

2.

Channel Zero (

3.

MENU

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Arrow Left INFO (i) V+ V(not used) Play Pause

11.

Fast Reverse

12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

Mute Numeric buttons BACK Arrow Up FAV OK

18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Arrow Right Arrow Down GUIDE SUB P+ TEXT PTV / RADIO

26.

Coloured buttons

27.

RCL

28. 29.

Record Stop

30.

Fast Forward

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Switch the box to standby or on Select Channel Zero interactive services Select the main menu Navigates left Display information Volume up Volume down Play programme Pause the played programme Move fast backward through programme Mute sound Numbers ‘0’ to ‘9’ Exits menu options Navigate up Favourite channels Select an option in menus Navigate Right Navigate down TV Guide Selects subtitles Programme up Digital text Programme down Switch between TV and Radio programmes Select actions within interactive services Switch between current and previous channel Record programme Stop playing programme Move fast forward

Set Top Box

Remote control Installing batteries in the remote control 1.

Remove the battery compartment cover at the rear of the remote control by depressing the retaining clip

2.

Install two AAA batteries as shown, ensuring the polarity matches that shown in the battery compartment

3.

Replace the battery compartment cover

WARNING! DO NOT LEAVE BATTERIES IN THE REMOTE CONTROL FOR EXTENDED PERIODS AS THEY CAN LEAK OR CORRODE CAUSING DAMAGE TO THE REMOTE CONTROL. CHECK THEM PERIODICALLY AND REPLACE THEM AS REQUIRED

WARNING! DO NOT MIX BATTERY TYPES. WHEN INSERTING BATTERIES, REPLACE ALL BATTERIES AT THE SAME TIME. DO NOT MIX OLD AND NEW BATTERIES

WARNING! EXHAUSTED BATTERIES MUST BE TREATED WITH CARE AND DISPOSED OF ACCORDING TO ANY SAFETY OR RECYCLING REGULATIONS IN FORCE IN YOUR LOCAL AREA. NEVER DISPOSE OF BATTERIES INTO GENERAL WASTE, OR FIRE

Using the remote control To use the remote control, point it at the box and press the required buttons. You must be within 6 metres and at an angle of less than 30 degrees from the centre of the box Note: Sunshine or other strong light sources may interfere with the signal from the remote control. In this situation turn the box away from the light source

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Connecting the box

WARNING! ENSURE THE TV AND ALL ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT IS UNPLUGGED FROM THE MAINS BEFORE MAKING ANY CONNECTIONS!

The Quick Start Guide shows the simplest and most effective way to connect the box to ancillary equipment. Alternate methods are listed below

Connecting the TV aerial Connect the TV aerial to the ‘RF IN’ socket on the rear of the box with a 75 ohm co-axial plug. For best results use a high gain TV aerial, preferably roof or loft mounted Use a professionally installed mounted aerial wherever possible

external,

Connecting to the TV and other devices

roof

To improve the picture quality in a poor signal area, purchase and install a signal amplifier

Co-axial cable If your TV does not have a SCART socket, you can connect the box to the TV using a co-axial cable. Connect the co-axial cable between the ‘RF OUT’ socket on the rear of the box and the aerial socket on your TV Using this connection method will also allow your TV to receive a signal when the box is switched off

SCART cable You can connect the box to your TV and VCR using a SCART cable. This connection uses component video signals, i.e. the red, green and blue (RGB) content of the video are sent on separate signals To connect the box to your TV, connect the SCART cable between the ‘TV’ SCART socket on the rear of the box and the SCART socket on your TV To connect the box to your VCR, connect the SCART cable between the ‘VCR’ SCART socket on the rear of the box and the SCART socket on your VCR

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Operating the box Basic operating instructions Switching on for the first time

Standby

The unit will perform automatic channel tuning when you turn the box on for the first time

Press

To perform automatic tuning:

Channel Zero’s services and content are loaded in standby. See Channel Zero on page 29.

1.

Make sure your box is connected to the mains and that it is connected to the aerial

2.

to turn the box on. After a short Press time, a welcome menu appears

Welcome! You are using your receiver for the first time. Please ensure the aerial is connected. Channel tuning will commence. Are you ready? YES

NO

to put the box into standby

The box automatically goes into standby after 5 hours if you do not use the remote control. You can adjust this time by changing the TV settings, see page 27 Note: You can minimise power consumption to less than 3 Watts by holding your finger on for 3 seconds. However, this will cause any scheduled recordings to be missed and also Channel Zero’s content to be lost. The box will have to be re-loaded according to the basic operating instructions – see Accessing Channel Zero services on page 29

Source selection 3.

Press OK to begin the automatic tune

4.

The box searches for and displays all the available TV and radio channels

5.

Once the automatic search has been completed, you will be prompted to select ‘Yes’ to see the list of channels or ‘No’ to start watching TV

Press the TV / RADIO button to switch between TV and Radio channels

Note: You can re-tune your box again at any time. See Channel tune on page 24

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Operating the box Selecting a channel

The Information display provides information on the following:

Press the NUMERIC buttons to select the channel you require. Do not use leading ‘0’s



Channel name and number



Viewing progress bar



Programme description



Date and time



Colour icons show which groups a channel belongs to o A heart icon - the channel has been set as a favourite o A lock icon - parental lock has been set o A stripe icon - channel has subtitles o A ’TXT’ icon - a digital text service is available

For example to select channel 17, press the 1 button, the 7 button and then the OK button Note: Pressing a leading ‘0’ causes activation of the Channel Zero interactive service feature. See Channel Zero on page 29 Press the P+ or P- to scroll up or down through the channels

Volume Press the V+ or V- buttons to increase or decrease the volume. A volume indicator appears at the bottom of the screen

Mute Press the MUTE button to mute the sound. The speaker symbol on the volume indicator is crossed out

2 BBC Two Now THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT The sun was shining on the sea, shining with all his might: He did his very best to make the billows smooth and bright - and this was odd, because it was the middle of the night. The Owl and the Pussy Cat’s pea green boat.

Press the MUTE button again or the V+ or Vbuttons to restore the sound. The speaker symbol on the volume indicator will no longer be crossed out

Sat, 18 Nov 10:30

TXT

Programme swap

1.

Press the ► button to display information for the next programme on the same channel

Press the RCL button to switch between the current channel and previous channel

2.

Press the ▲ or ▼ buttons to see information for the previous or next channel without changing channel

3.

Press the INFO button again to clear the Information display screen

Information display Press the INFO button to show the Information display screen. Press it again to clear the display

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Operating the box Subtitles

Channel list

1.

To turn subtitles on, press the SUB button. A subtitles ‘ON’ indicator is shown at the top of the screen with language

The Channel list provides a complete listing of all the available TV and Radio channels

2.

To turn subtitles off, press the SUB button again. A subtitles ‘OFF’ indicator is shown at the top of the screen

1.

Press the OK button to display the Channel List

CHANNEL LIST

Tue, 15 Aug 15:07 1 BBC One

Note: See

2 BBC Two 3 ITV

Language on page 27 to change the subtitle language within the Settings section in Menu

4 Channel Four 5 Five

Press MENU to group channels by theme or user.

6 ITV2 7 BBC Three ITV 8 Sky News

Digital text

9 E4 10 Dave

Digital text is an information service that displays text on your TV screen. You can view pages of information on a variety of topics which are listed in the Digital text menu

GUIDE

2.

Press the ▲ or ▼ buttons to select a channel. Also, you can press the P+ and P- buttons to scroll up and down a page of channels at a time

3.

Press the OK button to tune to the selected channel in the Channel list

4.

Press the BACK button to exit the Channel list without retuning

Note: Digital text may not be available for all channels

1.

Press the TEXT button to display Digital text

2.

Press the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select a topic such as weather or news

3.

Press the OK button to select a topic

4.

Press the ▼ / ▲ / ► and ◄ buttons to navigate around the topic pages

5.

Press the COLOUR buttons to use the Digital Text shortcuts

6.

Press the TEXT button to exit Digital text

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OK:Tune BACK

If groups of channels have been created, you can press a COLOUR button corresponding to the desired group to display only the channels that belong to the group

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Operating the box buttons to scroll up and down a page of channels at a time CHANNEL LIST

Tue, 15 Aug 15:07

3.

Press the OK button to tune to the selected channel

4.

Alternative, press the BACK button to exit the Channel favourites list without changing channel

3 ITV 5 Five

All channels Sue

Note: Refer to Channel organiser on page 22 for information on how to mark channels as favourites

Michele

Dad 0:All

GUIDE

OK:Tune

BACK

Manual recording

Press the 0 button to display all channels Note: Refer to Channel groups on page 23 for how to create groups of channels

You can make a recording manually while you are watching TV 1.

Tune to your desired channel. See Channel list on page 15

Channel favourites list

2.

Press the Record recording

The Channel favourites list displays just your favourite channels

Your recording will end automatically when the programme finishes. Otherwise press the Stop button to stop the recording before the scheduled end

1.

Press the FAV button to display the Channel favourites list

CHANNEL FAVOURITES

Tue, 15 Aug 15:07

button to start the

While making a recording, you can press the Pause ▌▌ button to freeze the programme in case of interruption. Press the Play ► button to resume viewing of the programme A list of your recordings is shown in Planner. See page 18

BBC One BBC Two ITV Channel Four E4 P+/P-

2.

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OK:Tune

BACK

Press the ▲ or ▼ buttons to select a favourite channel. Also, you can press the P+ and P-

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TV Guide

TV Guide Press the GUIDE button to display a guide of channel and programme information for the next 7 days in the form of a list

3.

Press the GREEN button (if available) to view the programme schedule for the next day

4.

Press the RED button (if available) to view the programme schedule for the previous day

Typically, the GUIDE will provide the following information: •

Current time and date



Current channel number and name



Preview pane of the current channel



Broadcast schedule of programmes for the next 7 days, 5 channels at a time

With a programme selected, you can view information such as the start and finish times, the programme name and a brief description 1.

Press the ▼ / ▲ / ► and ◄ buttons to highlight the programme

2.

Press the INFO button once. The full programme description is shown in the upper half of the screen

To display the TV Guide 1.

Press the GUIDE button

2.

Press the ▼ / ▲ / ► and ◄ buttons to navigate through the channels and programmes. Also, you can press the P+ and P- buttons to scroll up and down a page of channels at a time. The selected channel and programme are shown in white

TV GUIDE

TV GUIDE

Press i to return to video.

Tue, 15 Aug 15:07

Wed, 16 Aug

15:00

BBC One

Spoils of war

BBC Two

Hop … Scie… Eastend… Edward Lear …

ITV

Friends

Channel Four

Hop … Scie… Eastend… Edward Lear …

Five -24hrs +24hrs

SPOILS OF WAR 15:00 - 16:15 (1:15) BBC One Press i for programme details Wed, 16 Aug

15:00

15:30

BBC One

Spoils of war

BBC Two

Hop … Scie… Eastend… Edward Lear …

ITV

Friends

Hop … Scie… Eastend… Edward Lear …

Five

Hop … Scie… Eastend… Edward Lear … PLANNER

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16:00 Five lem… Pimlico …

Speilberg: Life and Times

Hop … Scie… Eastend… Edward Lear … PLANNER

P+/P- OK:Tune BACK

Press the INFO button again to clear the description

4.

Press the BACK button to exit the TV Guide

Speilberg: Life and Times

Channel Four -24hrs +24hrs

15:30

3. 16:00 Five lem… Pimlico …

Tue, 15 Aug 15:07

SPOILS OF WAR (Drama) Poignant drama in which a teenage boy finds himself mediating with his divorced parents after he gets to know his estranged father. His sister makes a remarkable recovery after falling 65,000 feet from a plane into a strawberry bush fortuitously planted in their neighbour’s garden. [S]

P+/P- OK:Tune BACK

Press the TV/RADIO button to swap between TV and Radio programmes

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Making recordings

Making recordings You can set your box to record a programme within TV Guide. To do this: 1.

Press the GUIDE button to enter TV Guide

2.

Press the ▼ / ▲ / ► and ◄ buttons to highlight the required programme

3.

6.

Press the BLUE button to see the Planner and manage your recordings Note: If you want to record the programme to an external device, make sure that the device is connected to the VCR SCART socket and that it is programmed to record from the box at the right time

Tue, 15 Aug 15:07

SPOILS OF WAR 15:00 - 16:15 (1:15) BBC One Press i for programme details

Recording a series

Wed, 16 Aug

15:00

BBC One

Spoils of war

BBC Two

Hop … Scie… Eastend… Edward Lear …

ITV

Friends

Channel Four

Hop … Scie… Eastend… Edward Lear …

Five

Hop … Scie… Eastend… Edward Lear …

-24hrs +24hrs SERIES PLANNER

15:30

16:00 Five lem… Pimlico…

Speilberg: Life and Times

A yellow ‘Series’ or ‘Single’ label is displayed when a highlighted programme belongs to a series You can record all programmes belonging to a series automatically:

P+/P- OK:Tune BACK

The recording will start immediately if the programme has already started. Otherwise the box will automatically record the programme at the scheduled time whether it is on or in standby CAUTION: DO NOT REMOVE MAINS POWER IF YOU HAVE SCHEDULED RECORDINGS PUT YOUR BOX IN STANDBY TO MAKE UNATTENDED RECORDINGS

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You can clear the scheduled recording by pressing the RECORD button again. A partial recording will be displayed in Planner if the recording had already started

Press the Record button. The highlighted programme text changes colour to red to indicate that the programme is scheduled to be recorded.

TV GUIDE

4.

5.

1.

Press the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select the programme of interest. The yellow label will show ‘SERIES’ if series recording is possible.

2.

Press the YELLOW button: a ‘ ’ icon is displayed next to the programme name to show that all programmes within the series will be recorded. The yellow label changes to show ‘SINGLE’ Note: Press the YELLOW button again to stop recording the whole series of programmes and only record this episode. The yellow label will change back to ‘SERIES’

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Making recordings Multiple recordings You can repeat this process to schedule up to 16 recordings in your box at any time. Each recording will appear in red in the TV Guide.

TV GUIDE

Tue, 15 Aug 15:07

HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL 15:00 - 15:15 (1:15) BBC Two Press i for programme details Wed, 16 Aug

15:00

BBC One

Spoils of war

BBC Two

Hop … Scie… Eastend… Edward Lear …

ITV

Friends

15:30

16:00

Recordings automatically adjust the start and end times according to signals sent as part of the digital television service. As a result, you will not miss your programme even when it is delayed.

Speilberg: Life and Times

Hop … Scie… Eastend… Edward Lear …

Five

Hop … Scie… Eastend… Edward Lear … PLANNER

Automatic scheduling

Five lem… Pimlico…

Channel Four -24hrs +24hrs

You can use Planner to choose which recording to delete from the schedule if you want to record this new programme

P+/P- OK:Tune BACK

Note: You can watch one channel when another is being recorded. If you are not using the box you can record up to two channels at the same time If you try to select too many programmes for simultaneous recording an error message is displayed

TV GUIDE TV GUIDE

Tue, 15 Aug 15:07 Tue, 15 Aug 15:07

SPOILS OF WAR SPOILS OF WAR

15:00 - 16:15 (1:15)to record too many programmes at once. You are trying You are to record too many programmes at once. 15:00 - trying 16:15 (1:15) BBC One BBC One You must canceladetails a recordingininPlanner Planner before before you Press i for programme You must recording youcan can Press i forcancel programme details start another recording. start another recording.

Wed, 16 Aug 15:00 15:30 16:00 Wed, 16 Aug 15:00 15:30 16:00 of go warto Planner?Five lem… Pimlico … BBC One Do you Spoils want to Spoils Five lem… Pimlico … BBC One want to…goofScie… towarPlanner? NO BBC Two Do youYES Hop Eastend… Edward Lear … BBC Two Hop … Scie… Eastend… Edward Lear … ITV YES Friends Speilberg: and Times NO Life ITV Friends Speilberg: Life and Times Channel Four Hop … Scie… Eastend… Edward Lear … Channel Four Hop … Scie… Eastend… Edward Lear … Five Hop … Scie… Eastend… Edward Lear … Five Hop … Scie… Eastend… Edward Lear … PLANNER -24hrs +24hrs P+/P- OK:Tune BACK PLANNER -24hrs +24hrs P+/P- OK:Tune BACK

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Planner Selecting a recording

Planner The Planner shows the programmes already recorded and those which you have scheduled for recording using the TV Guide. Press the BLUE button from within TV Guide to see the Planner.

TV PLANNER

Tue, 15 Aug 15:07

FRIENDS 18:00 - 19:15 (1:15) Channel Four Press i for details History of Rome Friends Sky at Night Sunny Jim The Gladiator

ITV1 Recorded 11:5 Partial 0:12 Recorded 1:30 Conflict 0:07

Wed, 16 Aug 16:00 Sun, 13 Aug 18:30 Tue, 8 Aug 23:00 Tue, 15 Aug 06:35 Tue, 15 Aug 15:00

Women in Love

Memory 0:53

Tue, 15 Aug 15:00

DELETE

KEEP SINGLE

GUIDE

P+/P- OK:Play BACK

Scheduled programmes are displayed at the top in red. Programmes that have already been recorded are displayed below in green. Programmes are listed in alphabetical order.

1.

Press the TV/RADIO button to swap between TV and Radio programmes

2.

Press the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select the recording of interest. Also, you can press the P+ and P- buttons to scroll up and down a page of recordings at a time. The selected recording is shown in white

The currently selected programme is highlighted on a white background. Press the INFO ‘i’ button to see more information: Detailed programme notes for the highlighted programme are displayed. In addition, a horizontal bar is displayed which represents the total memory available for recording. The grey section represents the amount used by recordings that you have already made. The white section represents an estimate of the space required for the recording(s) you have scheduled. The dark grey section shows the memory that is free.

Each programme listing shows •

Programme name



Programme status o Channel name - scheduled to record o ‘Recording’ - in progress o ‘Recorded’ and length in hours:minutes o ‘Partial’ – recording stopped before end o ‘Conflict’ – recording stopped due to another scheduled recording



Date and start time



- recording cannot be deleted



- recording is part of a series

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TV PLANNER

Tue, 15 Aug 15:07

SKY AT NIGHT (Comedy) Channel Four The One Where Eddie Won’t Go: When Chandler's new roommate, Eddie, becomes increasingly annoying, Chandler tries to get him to move out, but Eddie refuses to believe Chandler is serious. Eventually, he moves back in with Chandler, who forces Eddie to move out. [S] 232GBytes History of Rome

ITV1

85% free Wed, 16 Aug 16:00

Friends Sunny Jim Sky at Night The Gladiator

Recorded 0:55 Recorded 1:30 Partial 0:12 Conflict 0:07

Sun, 13 Aug 18:30 Tue, 15 Aug 06:35 Tue, 8 Aug 23:00 Tue, 15 Aug 15:00

Women in Love

Memory 0:53

Tue, 15 Aug 15:00

DELETE

KEEP

GUIDE

P+/P- OK:Play BACK

Press the BACK button or the BLUE button to return to TV Guide

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Planner Playback a recording

Delete a recording

To watch a recording:

You can manually delete a recording or cancel it from being scheduled for recording within Planner:

3. 4.

Press the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select the programme of interest Press the OK button or the Play ► button to watch the programme

While watching a recording, you can press the Pause ▌▌ button to freeze playback in case of interruption. Press the Play ► button to resume viewing of the programme. Fast Forward ►► and Fast Reverse ◄◄ allow you to skip through the programme at x2, x4, x8, x16 or x32 speed. Press the Stop button to end playback or watch the recording until the end to return to the Planner

1.

Press the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select the programme of interest

2.

Press the RED button labelled ‘DELETE’. Press the ► or ◄ buttons to select ‘YES’ and then press OK to delete the programme.

TV PLANNER

SKY AT NIGHT SKY AT NIGHT 23:00 - 23:30 (0:30) Channel Four Press i for details History of Rome

Keep a recording Your box will delete the oldest recorded programme(s) automatically if there is insufficient memory to record the next programme. To prevent particular recording(s) from being deleted: 1.

Press the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select the programme of interest

2.

Press the GREEN button labelled ‘KEEP’: a

Tue, 15 Aug 15:07

Delete programme:

Are you sure?

YES

NO

ITV1

Wed, 16 Aug 16:00

Friends Sunny Jim Sky at Night

Recorded 0:55 Recorded 1:30 Partial 0:12

Sun, 13 Aug 18:30 Tue, 15 Aug 06:35 Tue, 8 Aug 23:00

The Gladiator

Conflict 0:07

Tue, 15 Aug 15:00

Women in Love

Memory 0:53

Tue, 15 Aug 15:00

DELETE RELEASE

GUIDE

P+/P- OK:Play BACK

icon appears To unlock a protected recording, select the programme and press the GREEN button labelled ‘RELEASE’

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Menus 3.

4.

5.

6.

Press the 1 button to mark the channel as a favourite. A heart icon appears in the ‘Fav’ column. The channel can be unmarked by pressing the 1 button again

Press the 4 button to choose a channel to delete. A cross icon appears in the ‘delete’ column next to the channel name. Press the OK button to delete the channels marked for deletion. Press the BACK button to exit Channel organiser without deleting the channels Note: You must re-tune in menu to restore deleted channels. See Channel tune on page 24

7.

8.

9.

Sue Sue

Press a key times to the find the Press a keymultiple multiple times to find characteryou you want. character want.

Press the 2 button to lock a channel. A lock icon appears in the ‘lock’ column next to the channel name. Once a channel is locked, the channel can only be viewed by entering the password. For more information on passwords, see Parental pin on page 28 Press the 3 button to skip a channel. A tick icon appears in the ‘skip’ column next to the channel name. Once you choose to skip a channel, you can no longer select it using the P+ and P- buttons. The ‘skip’ feature can be cleared by pressing the 3 button again

Press the 5 button to rename a channel. A multi-tap menu (similar to a mobile phone) is displayed Press the ► and ◄ buttons to move the cursor and the NUMERIC buttons to enter a character You can delete the character over the cursor by pressing the red COLOURED button

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NAME GROUP OF CHANNELS RENAME CHANNEL

1 1 GHI GHI 4 4 PQRS PQRS 7 7

E.g. pressing 2 gives: A B C a b c 2

E.g. pressing 2 gives: A B C a b c 2

ABC DEF ABC DEF 2 3 2 3 JKL MNO JKL MNO 6 5 6 5 TUV WXYZ TUV WXYZ 9 8 9 8 space space 0 0

0 - 9 OK:Save BACK 0 - 9 OK:Save BACK

Delete Delete BT CONFIDENTIAL BT CONFIDENTIAL

10. Press the OK button to accept the new channel name and return to the previous menu. Alternatively, press the BACK button if you want to exit to the previous menu without changing the channel name

Channel groups You can create groups of channels by a common theme (e.g. ‘news’, ‘children’, ‘movies’) or by interest to a user (e.g. ‘Sue’, ‘Michelle’, ‘Dad’) 1.

Press the MENU button, then press the ▼ / ▲ / ► and ◄ buttons to navigate to the ‘Groups’ label under the ‘Channels’ section in Menu

2.

Press the OK button

5. GROUP CHANNELS

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Press 0 to name a group of channels.

1 BBC One

e.g. “Mum’s channels” or “news”

2 BBC Two 3 ITV

Group Name Sue

Group

4 Channel Four 5 Five 6 ITV2 7 BBC HD 8 Sky News 9 Five 10 ITV3 0:Name

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Press the press the ▼ / ▲ buttons to navigate to a channel of interest

4.

Press a COLOURED button to add or remove that channel from the group of the same colour You give each group a name by press the ▼ / ▲ and ◄ buttons to select then group of interest

5.

GROUP CHANNELS

7.

Press the ► and ◄ buttons to move the cursor and the NUMERIC buttons to enter a character

8.

You can delete the character over the cursor by pressing the red COLOURED button

9.

Press the OK button to accept the new group name and return to the previous menu. Alternatively, press the BACK button if you want to exit to the previous menu without changing the group’s name

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Press 0 to name a group of channels.

Group 1 BBC One 2 BBC Two

e.g. “Mum’s channels” or “news”

Install menu

3 ITV 4 Channel Four

Group Name

The Install sub-menu allows you to tune or reset your box

5 Five

Sue

6 ITV2 7 BBC HD 8 Sky News 9 Five

MENU

10 ITV3 0:Name

OK:Save

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BACK

Channels Factory reset Install Version

6.

Press the 0 button to add or rename a group. A multi-tap menu (similar to a mobile phone) is displayed

Settings

Format hard drive

Your receiver is not tuned

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NAME GROUP OF CHANNELS NAME GROUP OF CHANNELS

OK

BACK

Sue Sue

Press a key times to the find the Press a keymultiple multiple times to find characteryou you want. character want. pressing 2 gives: A B C a b c 2 E.g.E.g. pressing 2 gives: A B C a b c 2

1

1 GHI GHI 4 4 PQRS PQRS 7 7

ABC DEF ABC DEF 2 3 2 3 JKL MNO JKL MNO 6 5 6 5 TUV WXYZ TUV WXYZ 9 8 9 8 space space 0 0

0 - 9 OK:Save BACK 0 - 9 OK:Save BACK

Delete Delete

Channel tune You can re-tune your box: 1.

Press the MENU button

2.

Press the ▼ / ▲ / ► and ◄ buttons to select the ‘Tune’ label under the ‘Install’ section in the Menu

3.

Press the OK button to begin

BT CONFIDENTIAL BT CONFIDENTIAL

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Menus Factory reset MENU

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You can restore the default settings for your box to their values when it was new:

Tune Channels Factory reset Install Version

Are you sure?

Settings

YES

1.

Press the MENU button

2.

Press the ▼ button to select the ‘Install’ option

3.

Press the ► and ▼ buttons to select the ‘Factory Reset’ option

4.

Press OK to begin

5.

You are asked to confirm that you want to proceed. Press the ◄ and OK buttons to confirm

Format hard drive

NO

Your receiver is not tuned

OK

BACK

4.

You are asked to confirm whether you want to proceed. Press the ◄ and OK buttons to confirm

5.

The box searches for and displays all the available TV and radio channels

6.

Once the automatic search has been completed, all channels are stored and the first available channel is shown

CAUTION: RETURNING THE BOX TO ITS FACTORY DEFAULT CLEARS ALL SETTINGS THE PIN IS RESTORED TO THE DEFAULT ‘0000’ VALUE

Note: You should re-tune your box if you move home Note: To prevent accidental erasure, factory reset does not erase your recordings or reset the Channel Zero settings in your box Note: You should re-tune your box periodically because new channels may become available

To perform a full reset that includes all recordings as well as the Channel Zero settings, press the following sequence of buttons: MENU, 2, 7, 1, 8, 2, 8, 4, 5, 9, 0 The box will restart automatically

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Menus Message C

Version The Version option software information

provides

hardware

and FORMATTING YOUR HARD DRIVE WILL CAUSE ALL RECORDED PROGRAMMES TO BE LOST.

To see the version number: 1.

2.

Press the MENU button, then press the ▼ / ▲ / ► and ◄ buttons to navigate to the ‘Version’ label under the ‘Install’ section in Menu

Are you sure? YES

NO

The version number is displayed beneath the ‘Version’ label 2. MENU

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Select “YES” and press OK button to format hard drive

Tune

OR

Channels Factory reset Install

3.

Version Settings

Format hard drive

H/W S/W Build

Message C

1.0 A3JST10_12_0105 00

OK

Select “NO” and press OK button to exit.

Formatting hard drive.…

BACK

This can take several minutes.

Format hard drive

DO NOT SWITCH OFF YOUR RECEIVER DURING THIS TIME.

If your unit loses power when recording, the internal hard drive may become corrupted. If this happens you can select “Format hard drive” and press OK button. 1.

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Press the MENU button, then press the ▼ / ▲ / ► and ◄ buttons to navigate to the ‘Format hard drive’ label under the ‘Install’ section in Menu

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Menus ‘Hearing impaired’ allows you to activate subtitles for the hearing impaired (if they are available)

Settings menu You can customise the operation of your box according to your needs and the type of equipment that your box is connected to 1.

Press the MENU button, then press the ▼ / ▲ / ► and ◄ buttons to navigate to the relevant type of setting in the ‘Settings’ section in Menu

TV ‘Brightness’ allows you to optimise the display brightness settings ‘Contrast’ allows you to optimise the display contrast settings

2.

Press the OK button

‘Aspect ratio’ allows you to choose from 4:3, 4:3 pan scan, 4:3 letterbox and 16:9

3.

Press the ► or ◄ buttons to obtain the correct setting value

‘Video output’ allows you to choose the output signal type according to what your TV can display

4.

Press the OK button to save the settings and return to the previous menu

MENU

Note: ‘RGB’ gives the best picture quality, if it is available on your TV

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‘Antenna power’ allows you to turn the aerial power on or off

Language Channels TV Install

‘Auto standby’ allows you to set the period after which the box will go into standby to reduce power consumption

Time Settings

Parental PIN Updates

OK OK

Note: Switching off the auto standby facility can waste power and may prevent your box from updating its Channel Zero services

BACK

Language ‘Preferred audio’ allows you to set your first choice for audio ‘Alternative audio’ allow you to set your second choice for audio

Time ‘Time mode’ allows you to control whether the time and date are set manually or automatically Note: It is strongly recommended that you leave ‘Time mode’ in ‘Auto’

‘Subtitles’ allows you to set the language in which subtitles are displayed (if subtitles are enabled, see on page 22)

‘Date’ allows you to set the date when in manual time mode

‘MHEG’ allows you to set the language in which digital text is displayed (see on page 18)

‘Time’ allows you to set the time of day when in manual time mode ‘Local time’ allows you to set the time zone when in manual time mode

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Menus 5.

Parental pin The Parental pin menu allows you to set a pin in order to protect locked channels To set a password and apply a parental rating, 1.

Press the MENU button, then press the ▼ / ▲ / ► and ◄ buttons to navigate to the ‘Parental PIN’ label under the ‘Settings’ section in Menu

MENU

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Updates Your box is capable of accepting occasional software updates to improve or maintain its operation. The Updates setting allows you to control whether these updates occur. ‘Auto’ allows updates to occur automatically while the box is in standby. This is the factory set value. ‘Manual’ allows updates to be downloaded automatically when the box is in standby. You will be asked to approve or reject them when you switch your box on.

TV Install Time Settings

Confirm your new password by re-entering it again using the NUMERIC buttons to enter it again

Parental PIN Updates

CAUTION: DO NOT SWITCH OFF YOUR BOX DURING THE MANUAL UPDATE PROCESS OK

BACK

2.

Press OK

3.

Press the NUMERIC buttons to enter the old password. If you have not changed the password before, the default is ‘0000’

PARENTAL PIN

Old PIN

‘Off’ disables the update feature for all except urgent updates (which you can approve or reject).

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New PIN Confirm new PIN

0-9

4.

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OK:Save

BACK

Press the NUMERIC buttons to enter the new password

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Channel Zero

Channel Zero Channel Zero is an interactive system that allows your box to receive enhanced services such as news, weather, TV magazines and games without any need to change channel Channel Zero downloads the latest services when your box is in standby and stores them in memory for when you want to use them There are no services in the box when it is unpacked for the first time Press to put your box in standby (which reduces power consumption) overnight or when you are not using it. The light on the front of the box will change to red. The box will load the Channel Zero services ready for you to use within a few hours

Accessing Channel Zero services You can use Channel Zero when you are watching live TV. Press either the Channel Zero button or the 0 button on your handset to access the Channel Zero services. See Remote control on page 10 Note: You cannot use Channel Zero during playback or recording.

Note: Channel Zero services may not be available in all regions

The light on the front of your box changes from red to amber when Channel Zero is ready If you accidentally disconnect the box from the mains, just plug it back in and leave it in standby and it will reload automatically Channel Zero is broadcast periodically to your box to maintain it completely up to date

Note: For more information about Channel Zero and Channel Zero services, please visit www.ch-zero.tv on the internet

and Trove are registered trademarks of Electra Entertainment Ltd

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Troubleshooting guide Troubleshooting guide To assist in locating possible faults use the help guide below No picture, no sound

Check that the box and television are correctly plugged in and that the electricity mains supply is turned on

No picture

Check that the cables are fitted securely and that the aerial is connected Press the TV / RADIO button to change the channel type

No sound

Press the MUTE button and check if Mute mode is set Switch to another channel and see if the same problem occurs Press V+ button to see if the problem can be solved

No picture on some channels

Check that your aerial is correctly installed and re-tune your box

Cannot make recordings

Do you have enough free space on the hard drive? Remove old recordings

Cannot receive Channel Zero services

Leave your box in standby when it is not in use.

No colour on some channels (black and white)

Check if the same problem exists on other channels

Spots on some or all channels

Check that the aerial is correctly connected

Controls not working

Disconnect the box from the power supply, wait 10 seconds, reconnect the box to the power supply

No response to remote control

The remote control is not aimed correctly or the box is obstructed

Ensure the selected channel is broadcasting at the present time of day

Disconnect mains power and re-connect after 1 minute. Check for any messages which indicate if there is a problem with the drive. Use the Format hard drive menu option (see page 26)

The light changes from red to amber when Channel Zero is ready You may not be able to receive a signal in your area – see www.ch-zero.tv for more details

Ensure the correct picture settings are selected

Check that the aerial is in good condition

The remote control batteries are inserted incorrectly or exhausted

If none of the suggestions seem to work, try switching your box off and then on again CAUTION: IF THIS DOES NOT WORK, CONTACT EITHER YOUR SUPPLIER OR A QUALIFIED REPAIR TECHNICIAN. NEVER ATTEMPT TO REPAIR THE BOX YOURSELF

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