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Connections Basic Setup Function Setup Others
● Please refer to relevant topics on “Troubleshooting”
on pages 146-150 before returning the product.
● If this unit becomes inoperative, do not try to
correct the problem by yourself. There are no user-
serviceable parts inside. Turn off, unplug the power
plug and please call TACP’s Consumer Solution
Center mentioned on page 155. (For Canada, call
TCL customer support line mentioned on page
■ CLEANING THE CABINET
● Use a soft cloth slightly moistened with mild
detergent solution. Do not use any solution
containing alcohol, spirits, ammonia or abrasive.
■ CLEANING DISCS
● When a disc becomes dirty, clean it with a cleaning
cloth. Wipe the disc from the center to out. Do not
wipe in a circular motion.
● Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner,
commercially available cleaners, detergent,
abrasive cleaning agents or antistatic spray
intended for analogue records.
■ CLEANING THE DISC LENS
● If this unit still does not perform properly although
you refer to the relevant sections and to
“Troubleshooting” in this Owner’s Manual, the laser
optical pickup unit may be dirty. Consult an
Authorized Service Center, TACP’s Consumer
Solution Center or, for Canada, TCL customer
support line for inspection and cleaning of the laser
optical pickup unit.
■ DISC HANDLING
● Handle the discs so that fingerprints and dust do
not adhere to the surfaces of the discs.
● Always store the disc in its protective case when it
is not used.
“WMA” (Windows Media Audio) is a new audio codec developed by Microsoft
in the United States of
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of
“DTS” and “DTS Digital Out” are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
Dolby Digital Recording
Digital Recording enables consumers to record high-quality video with stereo sound on recordable
DVD discs. The technology, when utilized instead of PCM recording, also saves recordable disc space,
allowing for higher video resolution or extended recording time on each DVD. DVDs created using Dolby
Digital Recording will play back on all DVD-Video players.”
This is true when the players are compatible with actual recordable DVD discs.