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PULL-PUSH ON-OFF SWITCH VOLUME CONTROL

To turn receiver on, pull knob outward. To turn receiver Off, push knob inward. Clockwise rotation of the knob increases the volume, counterclockwise rotation diminishes the volume.

Allow the receiver to warm up for about 1 minute before you wish to use it.

CHANNEL SELECTOR(VHF)

Turn knob to channel desired.

PERMA-SET TUNING CONTROL(VHF)

Your Zenith has the new Perma-set tuning control.

Each channel has been correctly set at the factory for best picture and sound.

However, should the settings become mis-adjusted, it is a simple matter to adjust them as follows:

1. Turn the VHF channel selector knob to the channel number desired.

2. Turn VHF perma-set tuning knob until there is no picture.

3. Then turn perma-set tuning knob back slowly for best picture and sound.

4. Repeat for each channel to be set.

TONE CONTROL

Your Zenith is equipped with a tone control which enables you to personally select tonal values of unmatched richness and fidelity. The high tonal register and the “bass” or low frequencies are emphasized by turning the tone control knob. Set knob to the position most pleasing to your ear.

UHF TUNING

First, turn VHF channel selector to “UHF” Position. Turn UHF Channel Tuning Control for desired UHF Channel. Then carefully turn UHF Fine Tuning knob for best picture and sound.

Disregard channel numbers 12 and 13 if they appear in the UHF indicator dial of your unit. These are VHF channels to be tuned in with the VHF selector.

PEAK PICTURE (SOME MODELS)

Set this control for best picture crispness in your location. The strength of the signal being received and your personal preference for picture detail will determine the optimum setting.

SERVICE

Your new Zenith television receiver is engineered for dependable long life service but like any mechanical or electrical instrument, it will occasionally require maintenance. For service consult your Zenith dealer or refer to the organization that installed your instrument.