VC-MH835 (serv.man21). Other features on your VCR — Sharp VCR User Guide / Operation Manual

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OTHER FEATURES ON YOUR VCR
 
POST CODE SECURITY
 
This feature should allow the Police to identify you as the owner of the VCR if it is stolen. Each 
time the VCR is turned on your postcode will be displayed for 5 seconds. Your postcode 
cannot be changed or removed without first entering the correct PIN - number.
If you wish to use this function, follow the procedure below.
 
1.
 
Press the 
 
MENU
 
  
button.
 
2.
 
Press the [
/
] menu select buttons to 
select SET UP. Press the 
 
SET
 
 
 button to 
confirm.
 
3.
 
Press [
/
] to select POST CODE. Press the 
 
SET
 
 
 button to confirm.
 
4.
 
Enter your desired PIN number using the 
 
NUMBER BUTTONS
 
 or the [
/
menu select buttons. This must be a 4 digit 
number in the range 0000 - 9999.
 
5.
 
To enter your postcode use the [
/
buttons to scroll through the characters and 
the [
 
/
 
]buttons to move to the next 
position. Press the 
 
SET
 
 
 button to confirm, 
then press the 
 
MENU
 
 
 button to return to 
a normal screen..
6.
Write your PIN number in the box provided
for future reference.
IMPORTANT:- Please keep your Operation Manual separate from your VCR.
If you wish to change your PIN number at any time:
1.
Follow steps 1 to 3 above.
2.
Enter your current PIN number. Press the 
SET
 
 button to confirm
3.
Press 
 to re-select PIN number.
4.
Enter your new PIN number. Press the 
SET
 
 button to confirm, then press the
MENU
 
 button to return to a normal screen.
NOTE: 
Your Postcode can be changed at any time, but you must first enter your correct PIN 
number. If the wrong PIN number is entered, an ERROR message will appear. Re-enter 
the correct number.
POS T  COD E
      
                                          
P I N   NUMB E R
POS T   COD E  
             
   
   
   
- - - -          - - - -    - - -
 
       
 
                        
S E L E C T :  
   CHANGE   
E N T E R   : S E T     E X I T : ME NU
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
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OTHER FEATURES ON YOUR VCR
CHILD LOCK
You can lock your VCR with this feature. It will work even when the VCR is in STANDBY, 
preventing children from operating the VCR.
TO ENGAGE CHILD LOCK
Press and hold the 
CHILD LOCK
 
 button on the remote control for about 2 seconds. 
 flashes and then 
  remains  lit  on the VCR display confirming that CHILD LOCK
has been activated.
Regardless of what other operating buttons are touched, the VCR will continue to operate in 
its present mode. If CHILD LOCK is activated during playback, once the tape reaches its end, 
the VCR will automatically rewind the tape, eject it, and turn the power off.
TO DISENGAGE CHILD LOCK
Press and hold the 
CHILD LOCK
 
 button for about 2 seconds.
 starts flashing and then disappears.  CHILD LOCK is disengaged.
NOTES: 
If you attempt to change modes by pressing another button while CHILD LOCK is on, 
the 
 indicator will flash on the VCR display.
If power is interrupted for more than 60 seconds (due to power failure etc), CHILD LOCK 
may disengage.
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