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Pr 3 and Pr 4 on your TV.
This function copies the teletext information and displays it on screen in 3 different ways:
TV will change program automatically it may take 10 minutes or more.
During this process, the TV will search the teletexts for the information.
If the data search is repeated more than twice, press any button to stop it.
of the four channels and what time they started.
and upcoming program on all four channels.
the program that will be shown and the expected
schedule of the channel selected with the colour
a cursor appears too.
compatible, you can transfer the program data from
TV GUIDE to TIMER PROGRAMMING Menu to set a late
longest recording time.
The Sharp TV GUIDE works by copying information from the Teletext service for each of the four channels.
For the TV to perform this function properly:
4. The TV's real time must be set properly.
5. The TV's configuration must be correct (channel names and teletext paths).
programming schedules are located.
If the TV cannot copy the data properly from the Teletext, the words "NOT AVAILABLE" appear on menus A and B.
If this happens, display menu C to see the teletext page containing all programming.
To facilitate the teletext scanning process, the automatic data search is also performed periodically while the TV is
in Stand-By mode.
• If the TV is turned off with main switch (
some cases, information on the programming of other stations is also available.
the screen, what program will follow, or the side page of the programming TXT of the station that you are watching.
their own programming must be on the screen for a few moments before the data appears otherwise, you will be advised
that the data are not available.
few minutes you will find further information.
function properly after all the pages of data have been captured.
Select a program from
Pr 1 to Pr 4 and press
menu is displayed
Connection section of Special Functions).
slot of the day (21.00 to 23.55h). The correct data will appear after a brief time interval, when the missing information is
received through the teletext.
Let’s assume you have stored the stations shown below in PR 1 through PR 4:
and ITV. This means that whether we have selected PR 1 (BBC1) or PR 2 (BBC2), the television is able to capture
information on BBC1, BBC2 and ITV.
have stored in the TV memory supplies information on that station.
enter the tuning menu.
immediate future. However, the configuration must be revised every time that:
1/3 or 2/3 or 3/3 or 2/5 or 3/5 or 4/5...
In the above cases, the characters indicate that the page being displayed is the first, second or third page of a total set
of 3, or the second, third or fourth page of a total set of five.
done by the broadcasting station, and the television automatically decodes it).
The name of a station will appear (on a white ground) with data to the right (on a red ground).
The meaning of this data is clarified by this example:
indicates that the information for the end user concerns the station XXX1.
The second line shows very similar data, indicating the access path and the type of page where the end-user information
on station XXX2 is found.
In this particular case the TV will automatically request page 401 of the teletext and then the page associated with the
colours green and red (to access the programming information on XXX1 and XXX2).
XXX2 are stored in the memory of PR 1 to PR 4.
nothing further that must be done.
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