Westinghouse TX-52H480S User`s manual

USER’S MANUAL
MANUEL DE L’UTILISATEUR
MANUAL DEL USUARIO
TX-42F430S
TX-47F430S
TX-52H480S
1080p HDTV
TVHD 1080p
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If you have any questions or concerns,
Please call our toll free number
1-866-287-5555
Owner’s Record
The model and serial numbers are located on the back of the
TV. Keep a record of the numbers in the spaces provided
below. Refer to them whenever you call upon your
Westinghouse Digital dealer regarding this product.
Model No.____________________________
Serial No.____________________________
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CONTENTS
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WELCOME
Package Contents
Contacting Westinghouse Digital
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PRODUCT SAFETY
Important Notice Concerning Power Cord Selection
FCC Compliance Statement
Product Safety Instructions
—Other Notices
Antenna Installation Safety
—Outdoor Antenna Grounding
—Lightning
—Power Lines
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INTRODUCTION: THE BASICS
Digital Television (DTV)
High Definition Television (HDTV)
About the Digital Television Picture
About Digital Channels
The Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS
Front View
Side-Mounted Controls
Rear Right/Left Spine-Mounted Connectors
—Quick Reference: HDTV Connections
Inserting Remote Control Batteries
—Precautions
Remote Control Features
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HDTV/ACCESSORY SETUP
Connecting Your HDTV
—Power
—Choose Your TV Source
—Determining Available Channels
—Set Your Time Zone
Connecting Your Personal Computer
—Computer Settings
—Connection Types
—Power
Connecting Other Accessories
—DVD or Game System
—Video Cassette Recorder (VCR)
—Cable or Satellite Receiver
—Audio Equipment
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HDTV OPERATION
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APPENDIX
47-inch High Definition LCD TV Specifications
42-inch High Definition LCD TV Specifications
52-inch High Definition LCD TV Specifications
Troubleshooting
Cleaning the High Definition LCD TV
Wall mount and Base removal on the HD LCD TVs
Safety bracket Options
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About the On Screen Display (OSD)
OSD Menus & Features
—Video Menu
Calibration Menu
Color Temperature
—Display Menu
—TV Menu
Add or delete additional TV Channels
About Parental Controls
Channel Locks
US MPAA Rating
US TV Ratings & Content
Canadian English
Canadian French
—PC (VGA only) Menu
—Audio Menu
—Power Menu
—Settings Menu
—Input Menu
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WELCOME
Congratulations on the purchase of your High Definition LCD TV—and thank you
for choosing Westinghouse. This User Manual was created to ensure simple,
safe setup and use of all the features offered by your new HDTV.
Package Contents
In addition to your new Westinghouse FHDTV and this User Manual, you’ll also
find the following:
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Quick Setup
Guide
Remote control
2 AAA batteries
AC power cord
Warranty card
Contacting
Westinghouse
Digital
If you still have questions
or require assistance after
reading the Quick Setup
Guide and the instructions in this User Manual, please contact Westinghouse
Customer Service at 1-866-287-5555, or visit our Web site at
www.westinghousedigital.com.
Don’t forget to complete and return your Warranty card or use our online
Product Registration feature. Your Westinghouse HDTV is warranted for
defects in materials or workmanship for a period of one year from original
date of purchase.
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PRODUCT SAFETY
WARNING: This device must be operated with the original power supply, part number DPS-210
EP 2 C.
CAUTION: The power supply outlet should be located near High Definition LCD TV and should
be easily accessible. Always use the appropriate AC cord that is certified for your specific country.
Some examples are listed below:
USA..................UL
Switzerland ..... SEV
Canada.............CSA
Britain ............. BASE/BS
Germany..........VDE
Japan ............... Electric Appliance Control Act
IMPORTANT NOTICE CONCERNING POWER CORD SELECTION
The specific power cord for this High Definition LCD TV is enclosed and has been selected
according to the country of destination and must be used to prevent electric shock. Use the
following guidelines if it is necessary to replace the original cord set, or if the cord set is not
enclosed. The female receptacle of the cord set must meet IEC-60320 requirements and should
look like Figure A1 below:
Figure A1
Figure A2
For the United States and Canada
In the United States and Canada the male plug is a NEMA5-15 style (Figure A2), UL Listed, and
CSA Labeled. For High Definition LCD TVs that are placed on a desk or table, type SVT or SJT
cord sets may be used. For High Definition LCD TVs placed directly on the floor, only SJT type
cord sets may be used. The cord set must be selected according to the current rating for the High
Definition LCD TV. Please consult the table below for the selection criteria for power cords used
in the United States and Canada.
Cord Type
Size of Conductors in Cord
Maximum Current Rating of
Unit
SJT
18 AWG
16 AWG
14 AWG
18 AWG
17 AWG
10 Amps
12 Amps
12 Amps
10 Amps
12 Amps
SVT
FCC Compliance Statement
This equipment has been tested and complies with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy, and may cause harmful interference to radio communications if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
x Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
x Increase the separation between the High Definition LCD TV and receiver.
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FCC Warning
To assure continued FCC compliance, the user must use a grounded power supply cord
and the provided shielded video interface cable with bonded ferrite cores. If a BNC cable is
used, use only a shielded BNC (5) cable. Also, any unauthorized changes or modifications
not expressly approved by Westinghouse Digital will void the user's authority to operate
this device.
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Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected.
Consult the Westinghouse Service Center or an experienced radio/TV technician for
assistance.
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PRODUCT SAFETY
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Follow and obey all warnings and instructions marked on the High Definition LCD TV. For your
safety, please read all of the following safety and operating instructions before you operate the
High Definition LCD TV—and keep this User’s Manual for future reference.
Important Safety Instructions
1. Never use your HDTV near water.
2. Clean only with dry cloth.
3. Never block any ventilation openings; install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
4. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves or any other
equipment (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
5. Take care to maintain the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding type plug. A
polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has
two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided
for your safety; therefore, if the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, do not alter the
plug in any way to fir; consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
6. Ensure the power cord is protected from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles and the point where they exit from the
apparatus.
7. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
8. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use
caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid the potential for injuries
caused by tipping over.
9. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of
time.
10. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as: damage to the power supply cord or
plug; liquid has been spilled into—or objects have fallen ontoΫthe apparatus; the
apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture and does not operate normally, or it has
been dropped.
Other Notices
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Avoid exposing the High Definition LCD TV to direct sunlight or high temperatures.
Avoid exposing the High Definition LCD TV to moisture or high humidity.
Do not attempt repairs yourself. Your warranty does not cover repairs or attempted
repairs by anyone not authorized by the manufacturer.
If your High Definition LCD TV will not be used for a long period of time, unplug your
HDTV and remove the batteries from the remote control.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Avoid touching the screen. Skin oils are difficult to remove.
Never remove the rear cover. Your High Definition LCD TV contains high-voltage parts.
You may be seriously injured if you touch them.
Always handle your LCD display with care when moving it.
If the High Definition LCD TV emits smoke, abnormal noise, or a strange
odor, immediately turn it off and contact the Westinghouse Service
Center.
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Outdoor Antenna Grounding
If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the High Definition LCD TV, be
sure the antenna or cable system is grounded to prevent voltage surges and built-up
static charges. Article 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANS/NFPA 70, provides
information on proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the
lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and
requirements for the grounding electrode.
Lightning
For added protection for the High Definition LCD TV during a lightning storm, or when it
is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and
disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the High Definition
LCD TV due to lightning and power-line surges. Do not disconnect the antenna or the
power cord during a heavy storm—lightning may strike while you are holding the cable
cord, causing serious injury. Turn off your High Definition LCD TV and wait for the
weather to improve.
Power Lines
An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines
or other electric light or power circuits. When installing an outside antenna system,
extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits.
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PRODUCT SAFETY
Antenna Installation Safety
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INTRODUCTION: THE BASICS
Digital Television (DTV)
Television broadcasting is changing. By February of 2009, traditional analog TV
transmissions (the standard since TV’s inception) will cease to exist, in
compliance with a federal mandate requiring all U.S. television stations to convert
from analog to the new digital television (DTV) standards.
In contrast to the magnetic waves used for analog transmission (also known as
NTSC, short for National Television Standards Committee), DTV transmits
images and sound as data, using ones and zeroes, the same digital code
computers use. As a result of this increased efficiency, DTV offers an array of
benefits including dramatic improvements to picture and sound quality. In addition,
DTV allows the same number of stations to broadcast using fewer channels,
freeing parts of the broadcast spectrum for other uses, such as public safety and
wireless services
NOTE: DTV should not be confused with digital cable or digital satellite systems.
While these systems receive digital signals, the signals are converted to analog
for display on channel 3 or 4 of an analog TV.
High Definition Television (HDTV)
The most common DTV formats are Standard Definition Television (SDTV) and
High Definition Television (HDTV). Of the two, HDTV delivers digital
broadcasting’s highest resolution and picture quality. HDTV also uses a
“widescreen format,” which refers to the aspect ratio (screen width vs. height) of
the image. To put this in perspective, analog television uses a 4 x 3 aspect ratio;
HDTV’s aspect ratio is 16 x 9, creating a more cinematic-like viewing experience.
Plus HDTV increases the number of horizontal scan lines on the screen, enabling
it to render greater picture detail. And, while HDTV uses approximately the same
bandwidth, it transmits approximately six times more information, further
enhancing video and audio clarity.
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Your new Westinghouse High Definition LCD TV has a built-in HDTV/NTSC tuner,
meaning it can receive both analog and digital broadcasts from your antenna,
cable or satellite service. But because not all broadcasters have converted to the
new DTV standards, it’s important to understand some fundamentals of the digital
television picture.
The elements that make up onscreen images are pixels. The more pixels, the
more detail, because the number of pixels determines picture resolution—and
HDTV offers the highest pixel count and best resolution available. HDTV
resolution is available in both 720p and 1080i formats. The "p" and "i" refer to the
scanning method used to deliver the lines of resolution on the screen.
Progressive "p" scanning means that pixels on the screen are refreshed
simultaneously, with each scan showing every line for a complete picture at 1/60th
of a second. Interlaced "i" scanning refreshes pixels by alternating first, by
showing every odd line, then following with the even lines—for a complete picture
at 1/30th of a second.
True high definition image quality is possible only with a true high definition
display—and a 720p or 1080i signal coming into your HDTV. Lower resolution
images from analog broadcasts or VHS recordings, for example, may result in
disappointing picture quality as they simply don’t have enough detail to display
well in high-definition. If you have cable or satellite service, you’ll want to check
with your provider to determine which packages include stations broadcasting in
high definition, and if you need a different box or tuner to receive HDTV signals.
You may also find the “Aspect Ratio” feature found in the On Screen Display
Menu’s “Display” option helpful in adjusting your picture. And, as more and more
broadcasters change to a digital signal, you will be able to view all of your
programming choices in stunning high definition—and the luxury of your personal
home theater experience.
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About the Digital Television Picture
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About Digital Channels
Currently, all broadcasters have an analog TV channel and a digital TV channel.
The digital bandwidth has the capability of accommodating more than one
program stream because each broadcaster’s assigned digital channel carries a
19.39-megabit-per-second (Mbps) digital data stream. This allows the
broadcaster the option of broadcasting a single program or dividing the digital
data stream into multiple programming streams. These streams include the
“major” channel specific to a broadcasting station, as well as any additional
programming streams on the bandwidth, which are referred to as “minor
channels” or “sub-channels,” each broadcasting a different program. As a result,
the numbering system for digital channels is different than that of traditional
analog TV.
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Physical Channel Number
Here’s how it works:
x The number in parentheses to the right is the actual physical channel
number of the transmitter used to broadcast the network programming in
your region
x Each physical channel is mapped to one or more digital channel numbers,
known as “virtual channels,” and represented by a number, followed by a
dot and then another number; for example, 7.1, 7.2, etc. (the old analog
channel is always referenced to minor channel “0”, as in 7.0, while 7.1
would represent the new digital television channel)
—The first number is the major channel used for all channels of a
particular broadcasting station
—The number following the dot is the minor channel number assigned to
each broadcaster’s additional programming streams; digital television
stations may have only one virtual channel, or as many as six
There are several ways to input digital television channels:
User Input (double-digit channels)
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User input (single-digit channels)
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Channel 11 . 3
Channel 5 . 2
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INTRODUCTION: The Basics
The Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
Your Westinghouse High Definition LCD TV features an on-screen interactive
Electronic Program Guide (EPG) that allows you to review program information,
as well as navigate through current and future programming options by channel
or genre to plan viewing and recording.
To access the EPG, push the “Guide” button on the lower left side of your remote,
scroll the “EPG” feature in the On Screen Display’s (OSD) TV menu. You have
the option of looking at:
x “Present EPG”—includes current channel, program name and description,
along with programming titles, start and end times for all available minor
channels from the same broadcaster
x “Daily EPG”—includes current programming name and description, plus
upcoming programming titles with start and end times
The EPG also provides:
x Date and time information
x Power use and signal quality
Use the arrow keys and channel up/down buttons on your remote control to scroll
through the EPG; press the remote’s “ENTER” button to select a sub-section of
the EPG, or press the “LAST CHANNEL” button to return to the last section
visited.
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Front View
Use buttons on the right front side of your HDTV (or remote control on remote
control) for On Screen Display (OSD), volume adjustment, channel selection,
source, and turning power on or off.
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CONTROLS
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Menu
OSD menu ON/OFF
Volume +/–
Increase/decrease sound or adjust selected
features in OSD menus
Channel T/S
Scroll up/down through channels or OSD menus
Source
Select Active Video source or a highlighted
feature in OSD menus
Power
ON/OFF Power button
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Side-Mounted Control
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RIGHT SIDE CONNECTORS
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YPbPr1/Audio 1 (Right/Left)
Connect external video device like DVD or game
system
YPbPr2/Audio 2 (Right/Left)
Connect an external video device like a DVD or
gaming system
S-Video
Connect external video device like a VCR (Audio
Right/Left supports S-Video or AV input)
AV Video/Audio (Right/Left)
Connect an external video device like a VCR (Audio
Right/Left supports S-Video or AV input)
VGA
Connect personal computer using a 15-pin VGA
cable
Mini Jack Connect personal computer u sing a
3.5mm mini-jack cable from PC’s Audio Out ANT
(RF-input)
Connect antenna or cable service
LEFT SIDE CONNECTORS
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HDMI 1 /Audio1 (Right/Left)
Connect external HDMI device like a DVD,
cable/satellite receiver or personal computer;
for analog Audio use, select Audio menu in On
Screen Display (OSD) and use remote’s left/right
arrows to change HDMI to Analog
HDMI 2-3-4
Connect external HDMI device like a DVD,
cable/satellite receiver or personal computer
SPDIF
Digital Audio out connection
Audio Out (Right/Left)
Connect an external audio amplifier
USB
Service port for FW updated and Maintenance
AC-IN (Power)
Connect to power source via supplied power cord
See pages19 for more information about connecting cable/satellite receivers, game consoles, VCR and
DVD player/recorders, audio devices and your personal computer.
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Rear Right/Left Spine-Mounted Connectors
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sidebar:
Quick Reference: HDTV Connection
YPbPr
The “Y” stands for the luminance of the signal; Pb and Pr refer to the color
difference signals (“b” for blue, “r” for red). Provides improved color bandwidth
over S-Video or composite video connections.
DVI-HDCP (Digital Visual Interface/High-bandwidth Digital Content
Protection)
Provides superior level of digital video quality, typically used in cable/satellite
receivers or DVD players. (Not Available)
HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface)
Provide superior level of digital video quality; includes DVD, cable/satellite
receivers or personal computers
S-Video Input
The “S(uper)-Video” connection provides enhanced picture clarity for selected
accessory sources such as a digital broadcast satellite service, video games,
DVD and VHS. Accessory source must have S-Video output jack.
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Remove the battery compartment cover
Insert the batteries corresponding to the (+) and (í) marks inside the
battery compartment
Reattach cover
Precautions:
x Only use AAA batteries
x Don’t mix new and old batteries, which can result in cracking or leakage and may pose a
risk for fire or personal injury
x Make sure you Insert batteries according to (+) and (í) markings; incorrect battery
installation can result in cracking or leakage and may pose a risk for fire or personal
injury
x Always dispose of used batteries in accordance with local laws and regulations
x Keep all batteries away from children and pets
x Remove batteries when the remote control will not be used for an extended period of time
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Inserting Remote Control Batteries
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Remote Control Features
1. POWER
Switch the power On/Off
2. PIP
Display sub picture On/Off (not available)
3. MUTE
Turn the sound On/Off
4. SWAP
Switch between PIP and Main Picture (not available)
5. BACKLIGHT
Shortcut to adjust backlight adjustment
6. CC
Turn Closed Caption On/Off
7. SLEEP
Set sleep timer
8. FAVORITE CHANNEL A / B / C
Jump to favorite channels (Hold button for
3 seconds to program favorite channel).
9. CHANNEL NUMBER KEYS
Select specific channels
10. DOT
To input dash when selecting specific
channels
11. ENT
Complete channel selection
12. INPUT
Display MP input menu (see page 30)
13. VOL - / +
Volume Up/Down adjustment
14. SCALING
Set video display format to
“STANDARD” or “FILL”
15. CH T / S
TV Channel Up/Down adjustment
16. MENU
Turn OSD Menu On/Off
17. LAST CHANNEL
Switch to previous channel
18. T / S / W / X
Navigate within OSD Menu
19. ENTER
Make a selection
20. EPG
Display Electronic Program Guide
21. INFO
Display the source and channel information
22. YPbPr1
Switch to YPbPr1 source
23. PC
Switch to VGA source
24. HDMI
Switch to HDMI sources
25. TV
Switch to TV source
26. YPbPr2
Switch to YPbPr2 source
27. AV
Switch to AV sources
28. S-VIDEO
Switch to S-Video sources
29. DVI
Switch to DVI source (not available)
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Now that you’re familiar with the basics of digital television and the various
controls and connections for your HDTV, you’re ready to enjoy its superb picture
quality and sound, along with the ultimate convenience of connecting your game
consoles, VCR, DVD, audio devices or personal computer.
NOTE: If you have already performed the steps in the Quick Setup Guide,
skip to the instructions specific to the accessory you want to connect.
Connecting Your HDTV
Power
x Connect the supplied AC power cord to
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your HDTV’s “AC In” jack and to a
properly grounded AC outlet
—If you’re using an antenna or your
cable service, connect the antenna or cable (not supplied)
to the “Antenna’” connector
—If you’re using a satellite receiver, connect to either the
“HDMI” connector (see page 15 for connector descriptions
and locations)
Press the Power button on either the remote
control or the side-mounted control panel to
turn your HDTV on (it will take a few
seconds to power up)
Choose Your TV Source Press the “Menu” button on your remote or the side
panel to access the On Screen Display (OSD)
—Use the right/left arrow buttons to scroll across to the “TV”
menu
—Use the up/down arrow keys to select “Tuner Source”
x Use the arrow keys to select your signal source
“Air/Cable/IRC/HRC”
—If you use a rooftop or indoor antenna, select “Air”
—If you use a cable service, select “Cable,” “IRC” or “HRC” (depending on
the frequency used by your cable service)
NOTE: When using a DVI or HDMI connection, the cable box or satellite
receiver needs to be restarted to complete HDCP authentication.
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Determining Available Channels
x When connected to an antenna, cable or other RF (radio frequency) source,
you’ll need to run “Autoscan”—available in the “TV” menu of the OSD (see
page 26 for more information)—in order for all available channels to be
received
—Use the up/down arrow keys to scroll below “Tuner” to “Auto Scan”
—Press “Enter” to start scanning for channels (identification of all
analog and digital channels may take several
minutes)
NOTE: Depending on your area, some channels shown
may not be available for viewing.
x First Time connected to RF the system will automatically
select the Autoscan function.
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Set Your Time Zone
x Scroll right to the “Settings” menu
—Use the up/down buttons to select “Time Zone”
—Select your local time zone, which allows you to receive HDTV
programming information
—Exit the OSD
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Connecting Your Personal Computer
Before making any connections, make sure all equipment is turned off.
Computer Settings
x For optimal picture quality, set your computer’s timing mode to VESA¥
(Video Electronics Standards Association) 1920 x1080 at 60Hz
x Refer to your computer’s graphic card User Guide for directions to set this
timing mode (many computers show 1024x768 as an alternative resolution)
Connection Types
x VGA Connection
—Connect a 15-pin analog VGA cable (not supplied)
from your computer’s “VGA OUT” port to the HDTV’s
“VGA IN” port
—Connect a stereo mini cable from your computer’s
“AUDIO OUT” port to the HDTV’s “AUDIO IN” port
Power
x Turn on your HDTV (wait a few seconds for it to power up)
x Turn on your computer
—The HDTV will automatically adjust to the computer’s resolution
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Following are the
recommended
connections to ensure
optimal enjoyment of
your accessory
equipment with your
HDTV.
Before making any
connections, make
sure all equipment is
turned off.
DVD or Game System
x Connect your DVD player or gaming system using following input
connectors
x the HDTV’s HDMI ports HDMI1 to 4 (HDMI cable not supplied) and
corresponding Audio (Right/Left) connectors if you use the HDMI1
connector and analog Audio
—For analog audio use with HDMI, open the On Screen Display (OSD),
select the “Audio” menu and use the left/right arrows to change “HDMI” to
“Analog”
x or YPb/Pr1 and Audio1 (Right/Left) or YPb/Pr2 and Audio2 (Right/Left)
connectors on the HDTV to (cable not supplied)
Video Cassette Recorder (VCR)
x Use the S-Video connector on your HDTV to connect your VCR (S-Video
four-pin cable with round connector not supplied)
Cable or Satellite Receiver
x Connect your cable or satellite receiver using HDTV’s HDMI port (HDMI
cable not supplied)
x or YPb/Pr1 and Audio1 (Right/Left) or YPb/Pr2 and Audio2 (Right/Left)
connectors on the HDTV to (cable not supplied)
Audio Equipment
x Use your HDTV’s “Audio Out” port to connect to an external audio
amplifier (cable not supplied)
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Connecting Other Accessories
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HDTV OPERATION
About the On Screen Display (OSD)
Your HDTV’s On Screen Display (OSD) conveniently integrates all functions
required for setup and operation. There are two ways you can access the OSD—
either by pressing the remote control’s “Menu” button (located just below the
volume controls on the left side of the remote), or by pressing the “Menu” button
on the HDTV’s
right-side control
panel. You can
select amongst
any of the seven
menus by using
your remote’s
W/X buttons. Similarly, each of the menus includes sub-menus, which can be
selected by using the remote’s T/S buttons.
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Video Menu
The “Video” menu allows you to adjust the properties of the image you see on
the screen by adjusting the display’s brightness, contrast, color intensity and hue,
picture clarity and sharpness. You can also adjust the backlight’s intensity and, if
necessary, restore the factory default video settings.
You have the option to select any of the 5 preset Video modes for individual
preferences.
Video Menu
Features
Mode
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Hue
Sharpness
Backlight
Adjustment
Descriptions
Select from 5 different Video modes, (User, Movie, Sports, Game,
Enhanced)
Black level Adjustment
White level Adjustment
Intensity of color
Red/Green level Adjustment
Picture clarity
Intensity of HDTV lamp illumination
Color Temp
Select from 3 different color temp
Calibration
Open up the Calibration Menu for advanced Video adjustments
Video Reset
Resets video settings to factory default
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OSD Menus and Features
4.
HDTV OPERATION
English
Calibration Menu
The “Calibration” menu integrates advanced choices that allow you to optimize
your HDTV experience, especially for Video setting and individual color
adjustments.
Settings Menu
Features
Deinterlace
Function Descriptions
Turns on/off Deienterlace.
Turns on/off 3D Comb Filter. In on mode, the picture quality is
3D Comb Filter
better.
Allow you to adjust the Skin tone
Skin Tone
Allow you to select between 3 different color temperatures, Warm,
Color Temp
Neutral and Cool
Enhance dynamically the Black and White levels depending on
Dynamic Contrast
the displayed picture or video
Black Adjustment Allow you to adjust the Black levels
White Adjustment Allow you to adjust the White levels
Saturation
Hue
Allow you to adjust Intensity of color
Allow you to adjust Red/green levels
Sharpness
Allow you to adjust Picture clarity
Backlight
Intensity of HDTV lamp illumination
Reset
Resets video settings to factory default
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4.
HDTV OPERATION
The section Color Temp in the “Calibration” menu allow you to adjust each color
temperature (Warm, Neutral, Cool) individually.
In case of miss adjustment it can be Reset to factory default.
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English
Color Temperature
4.
HDTV OPERATION
English
Display Menu
The “Display” menu allows you to control the appearance of the image you see
on the screen, based on the selected source input (see picture below)
Display Menu Features
Input Label
Screen Size
Adjustment
Descriptions
Allows current source input to changed to one of the labels in
the input label list; if the label is already used by another
source, the label will be reset to the default label
Adjusts ratio between picture width picture height (16:9
pictures will be displayed in original format):
x Standard—conventional format used for viewing 4:3
programs in their normal format
x Fill—format that horizontally stretches 4:3 pictures to
the edge of the screen (some programs will be
broadcasted with black or gray bars on the top and
bottom or sides of the picture)
x Overscan
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4.
HDTV OPERATION
TV Menu Features
Closed Caption
CC Setting
Tuner Source
Auto Scan
Add/Delete Channel
Channel Surf
Parental Controls*
EPG
Feature/Sub-Menu
Descriptions
Allows you to turn closed captioning of audio on or off, select
analog or digital modes, or personalize the captioning style;
user-define style sub-menus provide choices for font, size,
style, plus text and background colors and opacity
Changes Setting for closed captioning such as font etc.
Select your signal source: Air, Cable Auto, Cable, HRC or IRC
Select for automatic scanning of the tuner’s range of
frequencies for all viewable channels available
Allows you to manually add or delete a channel from the
current list of viewable channels available
Allows you to select between Analog, Digital or Both TV
channels which will be scanned during the Auto Scan
Displays the parental control menu for password-controlled
channels and content; sub-menus include lock-outs according
to ratings, channels and content
Choice of Present EPG, Daily EPG Update the EPG functions
*For additional information on Parental Control functions, please see “About
Parental Controls,” page 31.
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English
TV Menu
The “TV” menu provides a broad array of functions you’ll use during setup, as
well as customizing various features such as closed captioning, favorite channels
and parental controls.
4.
HDTV OPERATION
English
Add or delete additional TV Channels
Use the OSD to access the TV Menu Feature
Select Add Channel
Add a channel by enter the physical channel number or a range.
Select Delete Channel
Delete a channel from the current list of viewable channels available
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1
1. Channel Number
o Scroll to highlight a channel number from the list of available channels and press
Enter to delete the channel. The OSD Menu has to be fully exit in order to delete
the channel
2. Channel Skip
o Highlight channel number and press Enter to switch to the selected Channel.
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4.
HDTV OPERATION
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English
About Parental Controls
The Parental Controls feature allows you to block TV programs based on various
ratings systems, as well as to lock out the HDTV’s right side-mounted controls.
The first time you enter the “Parental Control” menu, you will be taken to the
password sub-menu to set up your four-digit password, which is required for
using this feature. You will be prompted to enter your selected password any time
you wish to lock or unlock selected programming ratings or channels.
4.
HDTV OPERATION
English
Parental Controls
Channel Locks
Parental Control Menu Features
Lock Channel
US MPAA Rating
US TV Rating
CA English Rating
CA French Rating
Password
Descriptions & Definitions
Lock or unlock the HDTV’s right sidemounted controls
Lock or unlock programming according to
MPAA rating:
Lock or unlock programming according to
TV rating and/or content
Lock or unlock programming according to
Canadian English Ratings
Lock or unlock programming according to
Canadian French Ratings
Select a new parental controls password
US MPAA Rating
US MPAA Ratings & Content Sub-Menu
Rating
NR
G
PG
PG 13
R
NC 17
X
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Definitions
NR (Not available)
G (General audience)
PG (Parental guidance suggested)
PG-13 (Parents strongly cautioned)
R (Restricted0
NC 17 (No one 17 or under admitted)
X (Adult audience only)
4.
HDTV OPERATION
US TV Ratings & Content
This sub-menu allows you to block programming according to US TV Ratings as
well as content type.
US TV Ratings & Content Sub-Menu
Rating
Definitions
TV Y
All children
TV Y7
Directed to older children
TV G
General audience
TV PG
Parental guidance suggested
TV 14
Parents strongly cautioned
TV MA
Mature audience only
Content
Definitions
All
All Content
FV
Fantasy Violence
D
Sexually Suggestive Dialog
L
Adult Language
S
Sexual Situations
V
Violence
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English
Parental Controls
4.
HDTV OPERATION
English
Parental Controls
Canadian English
Ratings Explanations
CA/FR
Ratings
Menus
C
C8
G
PG
14
18
Canadian French
Children
General
G
Children over 8 years 8Ano
General
Parental Guidance
Over 14 years
General but inadvisable for young
children
13Ano
Over 13 years
16Ano
Over 16 years
18Ano
Over 18 years
Adults
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HDTV OPERATION
The “PC” menu lets you adjust image and phasing.
PC Menu
Adjustment Descriptions
Features
Automatically re-centers image to middle of screen by synchronizing
Auto
Adjustment both vertical and horizontal refresh rate and resolution
Clock Adjust Manually adjust the Clock control to eliminate horizontal streaking
Phase Adjust Manually adjust the Phase control to eliminate Noise
Position
Manually adjust vertical and horizontal position of the screen image
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English
PC (VGA only) Menu
English
4.
HDTV OPERATION
Audio Menu
The “Audio” menu let you precisely configure your audio preferences to optimize
your listening experience.
Audio Menu
Features
Audio Only
MTS
Digital Audio
Mute
Speaker
HDMI
Equalizer
Equalizer Reset
Adjustment Descriptions
Enables to listen to Audio only, the picture (Backlight) will be
turned off and can be reactivate with any button of the Remote
Control
Choose from three different MTS (Multi-Channel Television Sound)
settings:
x Mono
x Stereo
x SAP
Enables language selection for digital channels
Turn audio on/off
Turn internal speaker on/off or have both on (Mixed)
Switch the HDMI audio input source to either:
x Analog—RCA audio input
x Digital—HDMI cable integrated audio input
Choose from eight different Audio settings:
x User, Speech, Jazz, Classic, Rocks, Electronic,
Bass ,Vocal.
Allow you to reset each Audio mode separately to factory setting
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HDTV OPERATION
Equalizer Menu
Features
User
Rock
Vocal
Bass
Speech
Jazz
Electronic
Classic
Adjustment Descriptions
Allow you to adjust the preset
and listening experience.
Allow you to adjust the preset
and listening experience.
Allow you to adjust the preset
and listening experience.
Allow you to adjust the preset
and listening experience.
Allow you to adjust the preset
and listening experience.
Allow you to adjust the preset
and listening experience.
Allow you to adjust the preset
and listening experience.
Allow you to adjust the preset
and listening experience.
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mode according to your preference
mode according to your preference
mode according to your preference
mode according to your preference
mode according to your preference
mode according to your preference
mode according to your preference
mode according to your preference
English
Equalizer Menu
The “Equalizer ” menu let you individually configure your audio preferences to
optimize your listening experience.
English
4.
HDTV OPERATION
Power Menu
The “Power” menu allows you to manage various power-related functions to
simplify your viewing experience and save power.
Power Menu Features
DPMS Mode
Sleep
Power On Plug
Power Mode
LED
Feature Descriptions
Lets you turn the DPMS (Display Power Management
Signaling) On/Off; when “On,” the display goes into Standby
mode if there’s no incoming signal from the selected input for
1-, 5- or 10-Minute intervals
Sets the High Definition LCD TV to turn off after a specified
amount of time:
x Off
x 15 minutes
x 30 minutes
x 45 minutes
x 60 minutes
NOTE: The HDTV will take a few seconds to return from Sleep
mode.
Enables/disables feature that allows your HDTV to
automatically turn back when power is restored
Sets the power boot up mode:
x E. Saver—takes longer to come back from Standby but
requires less power
x Normal—faster return from Standby but requires more
power
Turns the HDTV’s LED on and off
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4.
HDTV OPERATION
The “Setting” menu integrates still more choices that allow you to optimize your
HDTV experience, from language selection to pertinent system and installation
information.
Settings Menu
Features
Language
OSD Timeout
Transparency
Time Zone
Autosource™
Function Descriptions
Select the OSD language from the following:
x English
x Spanish
x French
Select On/Off for the OSD to leave the screen; when “On,” the
OSD will time out in one of three selected time frames:
x 5 seconds
x 10 seconds
x 30 seconds
Adjust the transparency level of the OSD
Set the High Definition LCD TV to your local time zone
Turns Autosource detection On/Off. In On mode Autosource
can detect a new source which is plugged in the TV and
switch input source setting of your HDTV to the source
automatically.
Quick Install Matrix Displays the Quick Install Matrix for referencing connections
System Info
Factory Reset
Access system information like FW revision
Resets all of the HDTV’s OSD menu settings (except parental
controls and scanned TV channels) back to the factory default
settings
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English
Settings Menu
4.
HDTV OPERATION
English
Input Menu
To change the Main Picture source, press the Input button on the remote to display the
Main Picture (MP) input menu. When the input menu is open, press the Input button
again to switch to the next input or use the up/down arrows to scroll through the inputs
and the press enter to switch to the highlighted input. The input menu will timeout after 5
seconds and switch to the input that is currently highlighted.
Input
Button
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5. APPENDIX: 42-inch High Definition LCD TV Specifications
Panel
Type
42” TFT (Thin Film Transistor), Active Matrix LCD, 1920 x 1080 vertical
stripe; anti-glare coating
Color
16.7 million colors
Aspect Ratio
16:9
176° (H) / 176° (V)
Viewing Angles
Input Signal
Video/Audio
RGB Analog * 1 (75 ohms, 0.7 Vp-p)/Mini-Stereo *1
- H/V separated (TTL) for PC
HDMI-HDCP * 4 / RCA (L/R) * 1
- fh: 30-80 kHz, fv: 50-75 Hz NTSC
TV system NTSC / HDTV * 1
Component Video * 2 / RCA (L/R) Stereo * 2
Composite * 1 / S–Video * 1 / RCA (L/R) stereo * 1
Output Signal
RCA (L/R)/SPDIF
HDTV Compatibility
480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
PC Compatible
Recommended 1920 x1080@ 60Hz
Supported
1024 x 768 @ 75 Hz
1024 x 768 @ 60Hz
1280 x 800 @ 60Hz
800 x 600 @ 60, 75 Hz
640 x 480 @ 60, 75 Hz
15W (x2 Channels)
Speaker Output
Power
Voltage
100~264 VAC, 50/60Hz, 4.5A. universal
Temperature
Operating
15 to + 35° C (Hum < 75%)
Storage
-10 to +50o C (Hum < 35%)
Operating
20 to 80% non-condensing
Storage
20 to 90% non-condensing.
Operating
0 to 2,000 m
Storage
Regulations
0 to 12,000m
42.1”, 1067mm (W) x 29.3”, 743 mm (H) x 9.0”, 226 mm (D) (with Base)
42.1”, 1067mm(W) x26.9”, 684 mm (H) x 5.5”,139 mm (D) (w/out Base)
32.5 kg / 27.5 kg
70.56lbs. (with Base); 60.64 lbs. (w/out Base)
UL/C-UL, FCC-B
Power Consumption On
<250W Typical (Blue LED)
Humidity (Relative)
Altitude
Dimensions
Physical
Weight
Net / Gross
Active Off
<1W (Amber LED) in E-Mode and <40W (Amber LED) Normal Mode
Modes
Warning: Do not set the graphics card in your computer to exceed these refresh rates; doing so may result in
permanent damage to the High Definition LCD TV.
Note: Product Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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TX-42F430S
Model Name
5.APPENDIX: 47-inch High Definition LCD TV Specifications
English
TX-47F430S
Model Name
Panel
Type
47” TFT (Thin Film Transistor), Active Matrix LCD, 1920 x 1080 vertical
stripe; anti-glare coating
Color
16.7 million colors
Aspect Ratio
16:9
176° H) / 176° (V)
Viewing Angles
Input Signal
Video/Audio
RGB( Analog * 1 (75 ohms, 0.7 Vp-p)/Mini-Stereo *1
- H/V separated (TTL) for PC
HDMI-HDCP * 4 / RCA (L/R) * 1
- fh: 30-80 kHz, fv: 50-75 Hz NTSC
TV system NTSC / HDTV * 1
Component Video * 2 / RCA (L/R) Stereo * 2
Composite * 1 / S–Video * 1 / RCA (L/R) stereo * 1
Output Signal
RCA (L/R)/SPDIF
HDTV Compatibility
480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
PC Compatible
Recommended 1920 x1080@ 60Hz
Supported
1024 x 768 @ 75 Hz
1024 x 768 @ 60Hz
1280 x800 @ 60Hz
800 x 600 @ 60, 75 Hz
640 x 480 @ 60, 75 Hz
15W (x2 Channels)
Speaker Output
Power
Voltage
100~264 VAC, 50/60Hz, 6.0A. universal
Temperature
Operating
15 to + 35° C (Hum < 75%)
Storage
-10 to +50o C (Hum < 35%)
Operating
20 to 80% non-condensing
Storage
20 to 90% non-condensing.
Operating
0 to 2,000 m
Storage
Regulations
0 to 12,000m
46.1”, 1170 mm (W) x 32.3”, 820 mm (H) x 9.3”, 235mm (D) (with Base)
46.1”, 1170 mm(W) x 29.5”, 749mm x 5.5”, 140 mm (w/out Base)
37.85kg / 31.8 kg
83.4lbs. (with Base); 70 lbs. (w/out Base)
UL/C-UL, FCC-B
Power Consumption On
<350W Typical (Blue LED)
Humidity (Relative)
Altitude
Dimensions
Physical
Weight
Net / Gross
Active Off
<1W (Amber LED) in E-Mode and <42W (Amber LED) Normal Mode
Modes
Warning: Do not set the graphics card in your computer to exceed these refresh rates; doing so may result in
permanent damage to the High Definition LCD TV.
Note: Product Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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5.APPENDIX: 52-inch High Definition LCD TV Specifications
Panel
Type
52” TFT (Thin Film Transistor), Active Matrix LCD, 1920 x 1080 vertical
stripe; anti-glare coating
Color
16.7 million colors
Aspect Ratio
16:9
176° H) / 176° (V)
Viewing Angles
Input Signal
Video/Audio
RGB( Analog * 1 (75 ohms, 0.7 Vp-p)/Mini-Stereo *1
- H/V separated (TTL) for PC
HDMI-HDCP * 4 / RCA (L/R) * 1
- fh: 30-80 kHz, fv: 50-75 Hz NTSC
TV system NTSC / HDTV * 1
Component Video * 2 / RCA (L/R) Stereo * 2
Composite * 1 / S–Video * 1 / RCA (L/R) stereo * 1
Output Signal
RCA (L/R)/SPDIF
HDTV Compatibility
480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
PC Compatible
Recommended 1920 x1080@ 60Hz
Supported
1024 x 768 @ 75 Hz
1024 x 768 @ 60Hz
1280 x800 @ 60Hz
800 x 600 @ 60, 75 Hz
640 x 480 @ 60, 75 Hz
15W (x2 Channels)
Speaker Output
Power
Voltage
100~264 VAC, 50/60Hz, 6.0A. universal
Temperature
Operating
15 to + 35° C (Hum 75%)
Storage
-10 to +50o C (Hum < 35%)
Operating
20 to 80% non-condensing
Storage
20 to 90% non-condensing.
Operating
0 to 2,000 m
Storage
0 to 12,000m
Dimensions
Physical
50.63”, 1286 mm(W) x 34.8”, 884 mm(H) x 10.3”, 262 mm (D) (with Base)
50.63”, 1286 mm(W) x 32.3”, 820 mm(H) x 6.2”, 158 mm (D) (without Base))
Weight
Net / Gross
Humidity (Relative)
Altitude
Regulations
39.4 kg / 36.2 kg
86.8lbs. (with Base); 79.7 lbs. (w/out Base)
UL/C-UL, FCC-B
Power Consumption On
<450W Typical (Blue LED)
Active Off
<1W (Amber LED) in E-Mode and <42W (Amber LED) Normal Mode
Modes
Warning: Do not set the graphics card in your computer to exceed these refresh rates; doing so may result in
permanent damage to the High Definition LCD TV.
Note: Product Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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TX-52F480S
Model Name
5.
APPENDIX: Troubleshooting
English
No Power
x
x
x
x
Make sure power cord is securely connected to the “AC In” jack on the
back of the High Definition LCD TV.
Make sure AC power cord is securely connected to the AC socket.
Plug another electrical device (such as a radio) to the power outlet to
verify that the outlet is supplying the proper voltage.
When set to E. Saver, the TV will take longer to turn on. Change the
Power menu setting to Normal to improve power on time.
Power is suddenly turned off
x
x
Check if Sleep Timer is set. If so, turn it off.
Check if Inactivity Off is set. If so, turn it off.
Remote Control Does Not Work
x
x
x
Press only one button at a time.
Make sure batteries are inserted correctly.
Replace batteries with new ones if necessary.
Remote Control Code Not Found in a “Universal” Remote
x
x
Purchase a separate “learning” remote control.
Go to www.westinghousedigital.com for a list of remote codes.
Image Quality Issues
x
For the best TV image quality, “Standard Definition” TV content should be
viewed in 4:3 format.
No Picture
x
x
x
x
x
x
Check the video connection.
Make sure the video cable connected to the High Definition LCD TV is
tightly secured to the video output port on the back of the computer. If the
other end of the video cable is not attached permanently to the High
Definition LCD TV, secure it tightly.
Adjust brightness and contrast.
If you are using a Macintosh computer older than G3, you need a
Macintosh adapter.
Make sure that the input source you are connected to corresponds to the
source on the High Definition LCD TV.
Verify that the antenna is properly connected.
No Picture when I connect VGA cable or “No Input Signal”
x
x
Check VGA cable connection.
Lower the video resolution on the computer and try again.
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APPENDIX: Troubleshooting
x
x
Use “Auto Adjust”.
Make sure the aspect ratio is set correctly.
Blocky images appear in TV mode.
x
x
x
Check your antenna connection. If necessary, rotate the antenna and wait
up to 10 seconds for signal.
Reduce signal splitters and excessively long cables.
Replace poor antenna cables and/or connectors to improve signal quality.
Wrong or Abnormal Colors
x
x
If any colors (red, green or blue) are missing, check the video cable to
make sure it’s securely connected. Loose or broken pins in the cable
connector could cause an improper connection.
Connect the High Definition LCD TV to another computer.
Snow Appears on Screen
x
x
x
Check your antenna connection. If necessary, rotate the antenna and wait
up to 10 seconds for signal.
Check the TV/CATV selection.
Make sure the external device is HDCP compliant.
AUDIO Interconnection Issues
x
Remember—S-Video and Composite AV1 share the same audio source.
There’s No Sound
x
x
x
x
Check the audio connection.
If MUTE appears on the screen, press the “MUTE” button on the remote
control to turn the function off.
Check the audio settings to see if the HDTV audio is set to SAP or
minimum.
Press the Volume + (Up) key on the remote control.
Parental Control Password is “LOST”
x While rare, if this should happen, select “PASSWORD EDIT” and enter
“0000” to reset the password.
Where Can I Find More Help?
x
x
Log on to: www.westinghousedigital.com
Contact Westinghouse Customer Service at (866) 287-5555 or write us at
service@westinghousedigital.com
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Picture is cut off/with sidebar screen.
5.
APPENDIX: Cleaning the High Definition LCD TV
English
ʳ
x
x
MAKE SURE THE HIGH DEFINITION LCD TV IS TURNED OFF
NEVER SPRAY OR POUR ANY LIQUID DIRECTLY ONTO THE SCREEN OR
CASE
To clean the screen:
1. Wipe the screen with a clean, soft lint-free cloth. This removes dust and other
particles.
2. If still not clean, apply a small amount of non-ammonia, non-alcohol based glass
cleaner onto a clean, soft lint-free cloth and wipe the screen.
To clean the case:
1. Use a soft, dry cloth.
2. If still not clean, apply a small amount of non-ammonia, non-alcohol based, mild
non- abrasive detergent onto a clean, soft lint-free cloth, then wipe the surface.
Disclaimer
Westinghouse Digital does not recommend the use of any ammonia or alcohol-based
cleaners on the High Definition LCD TV screen or case. Some chemical cleaners have
been reported to damage the screen and or High Definition LCD TV case. Westinghouse
Digital will not be liable for damage resulting from use of any ammonia or alcohol-based
cleaners.
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5.
The TV has been fitted with two sets of VESA
mounting holes. The holes are spaced 75
mm and 100 mm equally apart for the 42”
product and 100 mm and 200 mm equally
apart for the 47” product. These mounting
location are provided strictly as an option to
the user for wall mounting.
It is the responsibility of the user to use a UL
Listed Wall Mount Unit rated to support the
weight of this TV. Please consult authorized
service personnel for the installation of this
Unit. Incomplete or inadequate mounting of
the unit to the wall may cause it to fall down, resulting in potentially serious injury.
x
Lay the LCDTV with front bezel down on a soft
and clear area. Please make sure that there is no
any foreign objects on the surface to avoid any
scratch or damage of the LCD panel
x
Remove the four screws as shown in Step -2
x
Remove the base from LCD TV as shown in
Step-3
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APPENDIX: Wall mount and Base removal for the
42”/47”HD LCD TV
English
5. APPENDIX: Wall mount and Base removal for the
52” HD LCD TV
The TV has been fitted with two sets of VESA
mounting holes. The holes are spaced 100
mm and 200 mm equally apart for the 52”
product. These mounting location are
provided strictly as an option to the user for
wall mounting.
It is the responsibility of the user to use a UL
Listed Wall Mount Unit rated to support the
weight of this TV. Please consult authorized
service personnel for the installation of this
Unit. Incomplete or inadequate mounting of
the unit to the wall may cause it to fall down,
resulting in potentially serious injury.
x
Lay the LCDTV with front bezel down on
a soft and clear area. Please make sure
that there is no any foreign objects on the
surface to avoid any scratch or damage
of the LCD panel
x
Remove the four screws as shown in Step -2
x
Remove the base from LCD TV as shown in Step-3
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Brackets
Anti-tip over option:
This TV has two small metal brackets on the back side of the TV. These two
brackets have a circular cut out in the center. The brackets are to serve as an
"anti-tipover" option and/or theft deterrent.
If used as an “anti-tip over” aid, it is the responsibility of the user to securely
anchor the brackets to a surface that can support the weight of the TV.
(Note: at no time do we advocate using these brackets to support the entire
weight of the TV.) These brackets must be used in conjunction with TV’s provided
base. The brackets are to be used as an additional safety precaution option.
Theft deterrent option:
If used as a theft deterrent, much like the “anti-tipover” application, the brackets
can aid in anchoring the TV.
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5. APPENDIX: Safety bracket Options
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