Sharp LC-13SH4U Operating instructions

LC-13SH4U
LC-t5SH4U
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_MPORTANT:
To aid reporting in case of loss or theft, please record the
TV's model and serial numbers in the space provided The
numbers are located at the rear of the TV
Model No,:
Serial No:
mMPORTANT mNFORMATION
WARNmNG: TO REDUCE THE RRSK OF FRRE OR
ELECTRRC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THRS
PRODUCT TO RARN OR MORSTURE.
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SROCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE
THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SROCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrow-head
symbol, within an equilateral
triangle, is intended to alert the user
to the presence of uninsulated
"dangerous voltage" within the
product's enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a
risk of electric shock to persons
The exclamation point within a
triangle is intended to alert the user
to the presence of important
operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying
the producL
Printed in China
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CAUTmON: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH
WRDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WRDE SLOT,
FULLY RNSERT.
CAUTION:
DO NOT PLACE THIS PRODUCT ON AN UNSTABLE CART,
STAND, TRIPOD, BRACKET, OR TABLE. THE PRODUCT MAY
FALL CAUSING SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY AND SERIOUS
DAMAGE TO THE PRODUCT, USE ONlY WITH A CART,
STAND, TRIPOD, BRACKET, OR TABLE RECOMMENDED
BY
THE MANUFACTURER
OR SOLD WITH THE PRODUCT.
FOLLOW THE MANUFACTURER'S
INSTRUCTIONS
WHEN
INSTALLING
THE PRODUCT
AND USE MOUNTING
ACCESSORIES RECOMMENDED
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
A PRODUCT AND CART COMBINATION
SHOULD BE MOVED WITH CARE, QUICK
STOPS, EXCESSIVE FORCE, AND UNEVEN SURFACES MAY CAUSE THE PRODUCT
AND CART COMBINATION TO OVERTURN,
this equipmenL
"Note to CATV system installer:This
reminder is provided to call the CATV system
installer's attention to Article 820-40 of the National Electrical Code that provides
guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall
be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable
This product utilizes tin-bad solder, and fluorescent lamp containing a small amount of mercury.
Disposal of these materials may be regulated due to environmental considerations For disposal or
recycling information, please contact your local authorities or the Electronic hdustries Alliance:
www eia.org
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DEAR SHARP
CUSTOMER
Thank you for your purchase
of the Sharp
of trouble=free
operation
of your product,
using
this product=
Liquid
please
Crystal
Television=
read the Important
To ensure
safety
Safety
Precautions
and many
carefully
years
before
iMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Electricity is used to perform many useful functions, but it carl also cause personal injuries and property damage if improperly
handled [his product has been engineered and manufactured with the highest priority on safety However, improper use carl
result in electric shock and/or fire. In order to prevent potential danger, please observe the following instructions when install _
ing, operating and cleaning the product. To ensure your safety and prolong the service life of your LCD color TV product,
please read the following precautions carefully before using the prod/Jct
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Read instructions
All operating instructions must be read and understood before the product is operated
Keep this manual in a safe place
These safety and operating instructions must be kept [rl a sale place for future
reference
Observe warnings
All warnings on the product and in the instructions must be observed closely
Follow instructions
All operating instructions must be followed
Attachments
Do not use attachments
not recomrr_ended by the manufacturer
Use of inadequate attacbments can
result in accidents.
Power source
This product must operate on a power source specified on the specification label if you are not sure of
the type of power supply used in your home, consult your dealer or local power company
For units designed to operate
on batteries or another power source, refer to the operating instructions
AC cord protection
The AC cords must be routed properly to prevent people from stepping on them or objects from
resting on them. Check the cords at the plugs and product.
Overloading
Do not overload AC o/Jtlets or extension cords
Overloading can cause fire or e[ectdc shock
Entedng of objects and liquids
Never insert an object into the product tbrougb vents or openings. High voltage flows in
the product, and inserting an object can cause electdc shock and/or short internal parts For the same reason, do not
spill water or liquid on the product.
Servicing
Do not attempt to service tbe product yourself Removing covers can expose you to high voltage and otber
dangerous conditions
Request a qualified service person to perform servicing.
RepaJ_lf
any of the to[lowing conditions occurs, unplug the AC cord from the AC outlet, and request a qualified service
person to perform repairs
a When the AC cord or pk_g is damaged
b. When a liquid was spilled on the product or when objects bave fallen into the prod/_ct
c When the product has been exposed to rain or water
d When the product does not operate properly as described in the operating instructions
Do not touch the controls other than those described in the operating instructions. Improper adjustment of controls not
described in the instructions carl cause damage, which often requires extensive adjustment work by a qualified
technician
e When the product has been dropped or damaged
f When the product displays an abnormal condition
Any noticeable abnormality in the product indicates that the
product needs servicing
Replacement parts
In case the product needs replacement parls, make sure that the service person uses replacement
parls specified by the manufacturer,
or those with the same characteristics
and performance as the original parts Use of
unauthorized parLs can result in fire, electric shock and/or other danger.
Safety checks
Upon completion of service or repair work, request the service technician to perform safety checks to
ensure that tbe product is in proper operating condition
Wall or ceiling mounting
When mounting the prod/_ct on a wall or ceiling, be sure to install the product according to the
method recommended
by the manufacturer
Polarization
This AC cord may be equipped with a polarized alternating current line plug (a plug having one blade
wider than the other) This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way This is a safety feature If you are unable to
irlserl the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug if the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to
replace yo_Jr obsolete outlet
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the poladzed plug.
Cleaning
Unplug the AC cord from the AC outlet before cleaning the product Use a damp cloth to clean the prod/_ct
Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners
Water and moisture
Do not use tbe product near water, such as bathtub, washbasin, kitchen sink and laundry tub,
swirrkming pool and in a wet basement.
Stand
Do not place the product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod or table Placing the product on an unstable base can
cause tbe product to fall, resulting irl serious personal injudes as well as damage to the product Use only a cart, stand,
tripod, brrscket or table recommended
by the manufacturer
or sold witb the product. When mounting the product on a
wall, be sure to follow the manufact/_rer's instructions
Use only the mounting baldware recommended
by the
manufacturer
[] When
relocatin
9the
pand
roduct
placed
onacrlN,
itmust
moved
with
utmost
care
S
udden
excessive
force
uneven
floor
surface
can
cbe
ause
the
roduct
tofall
from
the
cart
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Ventilation
The
vents
and
other
openings
inthe
cabinet
are
dpesigned
for
ventilation
Do
not
cover
or
b
lock
these
vents
and
openings
since
insufficient
ventilation
can
c
ause
overheating
and/or
shorten
the
life
ofthe
product
Do
not
place
the
product
onabed,
sofa,
rug
orother
similar
surface,
since
they
can
bthe
lock
ventilation
openings
This
product
isnot
designed
for
builtdn
installation:
do
not
place
p
roduct
in
an
enclosed
place
such
as
abookcase
or
rack,
unless
proper
ventilation
isprovided
orthe
manufacturer's
instructions
are
followed
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iquid
Crystal
panel
inthis
product
isBe
made
ofgnot
lass
itcan
break
when
the
pLroduct
isdropped
orused
applied
with
impact
careful
toTherefore,
beinjured
bybroken
glass
pieces
in
case
the
L
iquid
Crystal
panel
breaks.
[] Heot
sources
Keep
the
product
away
from
heat
sources
such
asradiators,
heaters,
stoves
and
other
heabgenela
(including
amplifiers).
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The
L
iquid
Crystal
panel
is
avery
high
technology
product
with
921,600
thin
f
ilm
tr;_nsistors,
giving
you
fine
picture
details
Occasionally,
afew
n
on
Qclive
pixels
may
appear
on
the
s
creen
as
afixed
point
of
b
lue,
green
or
r
ed
Please
note
thal
this
does
not
affecl
the
performance
ofyour
product
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Ifanoutside
anterlna
isconnected
tothe
television
equipment,
besure
the
a810
nterlna
system
isgrounded
so
asto
provid
protection
against
volt;;_ge
surges
arid
builbup
static
charges
Section
ofthe
National
Electrical
Code
provide
informalion
with
respect
to
proper
grounding
of
t
he
m
ast
and
suppoNing
structure,
grounding
of
t
he
l
eaddn
wire
to
an
antenna
discharge
unit,
size
ofgrounding
conductors,
location
ofantenna-discharge
unit,
connection
togrounding
electrodes,
and
requirements
forthe
grounding
electrode
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING
AS PER
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL
CODE
NEC
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NATIONAL
ELECTRICAL
CODE
ELECTRODE
SYSTEM
tNEC ART 250, PART H)
Lightning
For added protection tot this television equipment during a lightning storm, or when it is left unallended and
urlused for long period of time, unplug it from the wall outlet arid disconnect the antenna This will prevent damage to the
equipment due to lightning and powerdine surges
Power Lines
An outside antenna system should riot be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric
light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits When installing an outside antenna system,
extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contQct with them might be fatal
To prevent fire, never place any type of candle or flames on the top or near the TV set.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do riot expose this product to dripping or splashing
No objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, should be placed on the product
To prevent file or shock hazard, do riot place the AC cord urlder the TV set or other heavy items
Do riot display a still picture for a long time, as this could cause an afterimage to remain
Supplied
Make sure the following
Accessories
accessories
are provided
with the LCD TV set.
LC-13SH4U
LC 15SH4U
LC 20SH4U
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Before using 1he LCD TV set for the first time, install the two "AA" size batteries (supplied) in the remote conlrol. When the
batleries become depleted and the remote control fails to operate, replace 1he batteries with new "AA" size batteries.
1
Open the battery cover
. Detach the cover
while pressing the
(_t'} pad
2
Insert two "AA" size batteries.
3
. Place batteries with their
Close the batlery cover.
Align the tab on the battery cover ((1_)and place
it while pressing the tab (@?}to close it
terminals corresponding
to the (+) and (-)
indications in 1he battery
compartment.
Precautione
regarding
batterie_
Improper use ol batteries can result in a leakage ol chemicals and/or explosion. Be sure to follow the instructions below.
o Place batteries with their lerminals corresponding to the (+) and (-) indications
o Different types of batteries have different characteristics. Do not mix batteries ol different types.
o Do not mix old and new batleries Mixing old and new batteries can shorlen the life of new batteries and/or cause old
batleries to leak chemicals
* Remove batteries as soon as they are depleted Chemicals that leak from batteries can cause a rash. If chemical
leakage is lound, wipe it off wilh a cloth
* The batteries supplied with the LCD TV set may have a shorler operating time due to slorage condilions.
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_ !! !he [ei'aote cont[ol is not to be use d !o[ an extended pedod o! t!r_/t: [elhove !he batte[ies t[om the [emo!e ctr/t[o !.
Use the remote control by pointing it lowards the remote sensor
window of the main unit. Objects between the remote control and
sensor window may prevent proper operation.
Cautio_}s regat'di_'_g use of the remote cotltro_
o Do not apply shock to the remote control In addition, do not
expose the remote control to liquids, and do not place it in an area
with high humidity.
o Do not install or place the remote control under direct sunlight
heat may cause deformation ol the unit.
The
* The remote control may not work propedy mfthe remote sensor
window is under direct sunlight or strong lighting. In such a case,
change the angle of 1he lighling or main unit, or operate the remote
control close_ to the remote sensor wmndow.
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- The antenna
requirements
for good color televisbn
reception
are more important
than those for black & white lelevision
rece_ion.
For this reason, a good quality outdoor antenna
is strongly recommended.
The following
i_ a brief explanation
of the type of connections
thal are provided
with the various
antenna
systems
1 A 75 ohm system is generally
a round cable with F type connector
be attached to a terminal
without tools (not supplied)¸
thal
can easily
_
75 ohm
2 A 300 ohm _ystem is a flat "twin lead" cable
terminal
through a 300/75 ohm adapter
(not
that can be attached
_upplied)
coaxial
(round)
to a 75 ohm
300 ohm twin
o Use one
A: Using
B: Using
o Connect
cable
F type connector
lead cable
(flat)
of the following
two diagrams
if you connect an outdoor antenna
a VHF/UHF
combination
outdoor antenna
separate
VHF and_r UHF outdoor antennas
the outdoor antenna cable lead in to ANT (Antenna
terminal) on the rear of the main unit¸
A Combination
VHF/UHF
Antenna
300/75-ohm
VHF/UH
antenna
VHF/UHF
antenna
(no
bed)
ANT
L_-_
C:_
(Antenna
terminal}
_"
300-ohm
lwimlead
75-ohm
coaxial cable
Antenna
(commercially
B
cable
available)
Separale VHF and/or
UHF Antennas
UHF
antenna
300-ohm
VHF
antenn_
<,,cO
_%ll°&
A00.obm
"z
F type conneclor
75 ohm
coaxial
cable
twJ n-lead
F-type connector"
_hould be finger-tightened
only.
When connecting the RF cable to the LCD TV set, do not tighten F type
connector with tools
If tools are used, it may cause damage to your LCD TV set.
(The breaking of internal circuit, etc.)
A
75ohm
coaxial
cable
connector
isbuilt
into
theset
foreasy
to the set, screw the 75-ohm cable to the ANT terminal
hookL_p When connecting
the 7g-ohm
coaxial came
Some cable TV companies offer premium pay channels"
Since the signals of these premium pay channels are
scrambled, a cable TV converter/descrambler
is generally provided to the sL_bscdber by the cable TV company
This conver[er,'descramb[er
is necessary for normal viewing of the scrambled channels (Set your TV to channel 3
or 4, typically one of these channels is used. If this is unknown, consult your cable TV company)
For more
specific instructions on installing cable TV, consult your cable TV company
One possible method of utilizing the
converter descrambler provided by your cable TV company is explained below.
Please note: An RF switch provided with two inputs (A and B) is req/_ired (not supplied)
"A" position on the RF switch {riot supplied):
"B" position on the RF switch (not supplied):
You can view aH unscrambled channels by using the TV's channel keys
You carl view the scrambled channels via the converter descrambler by
using the converter's channel keys
RF switch (not supplied)
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Cable TV Line
Consult your SHARP Dealer or Service Center for the type of splitter, RF switch or combiner that might be required.
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Conn÷ct to the POWER INPUT terminal ol the LCD TV s÷_ using _he AC cord (supplied}.
POWER
terminal
(AC 120V
Household
power
To POWER
INPUT
outlet
terulinal
AC cord
Unphlg the AC cord from the LCD TV set and power outlet when the LCD TV set is not to be used for a long period of time.
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Part Names
Tile examples
of Main Unit
used throughout
this m_nual are based on the LC 20SH4U
model
[] How to adiust the angle
Upper
controU
panel
To change the vertical angle of the LCD TV
set, tilt the screen up to 2.5 degrees forwards
or 10 degrees backwards
Please adjust the
angle so that the LCD TV set can be
watched most comfortably
Speaker
The SLEEP TIMER
is set to 'ON"
--
POWER
indicator
lights up red when the SLEEP rIMER
indicator
The POWER indicator lights up green when the power is on, and
red when in the standby mode (the indicator wiJl not light up when
the main power is off)
NOTRE _.
• INPUT, CH (v}/(^),
VOL (-)/(+) and MENU on the main unit have the same functions as the same buttons on the remote control
Fundamentally, this operation manual provides a description based on operation using the remote control.
Plug the headphone
located
on the side
Adjusl
control
the
sound
mini-plug
into the headphone
of the LCD TV set.
volume
using
VOL
(+}/(-)
on the
jack
remote
Headphones
On-screen
J
VOLU[_E
20 IlllllllllI
dispiay
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, Headphones are not included in the supplied accessories
, No sound is heard from the main unit speakers when a
headphone mini plug is connected into the headphone jack
• Do not set the voklme at a high level Hearing experts advise
Part Names of Main Unit (Continued)
Rear View
* Using
the
This LCD
Kel_sington
Ke_lsi_tgtor_
Lock
TV set ha_ a
Sec_lrity
Standard
slot for u_;e with a Kensington
MicroSaver
Secudty
System
Refer to the information
that
came
with the system
instruclions
secure
Pull the cables connected to each terminal
Insert the cables into the stand hole and fix the cables.
for
on how to use it to
the LCD
TV set.
Part
Names
of Remote
Controm
Returnstotheprevious
channel
EZ SETUP
Pr_s_
ENTER
t....... START
EZSETUP
mode
Press
A,,vtoselect"YES",
an,_
press
ERTER
EZ SETUP during the First Power On
[] When you turn on the TV for the fimt time, it will automatically memodze the broadcasting channels
PJease perform the following instructions before you press
POWER
(1) Jnsell tbe batir:_des into tbe remote control
(2) Connect the antenna cable to the LCD TV set
(3) Connect the AC cold to the POWER iNPUT terminaJ of
the LCD TV set and plug in the AC cord to the wail
outlet.
POWER
. IIy....... .o _top
tt_oEZSETUP
p........... i_t,a_
started, pres MENU and it will be canceled If you want to
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The tuner will automatically
search for the broadcasting
and cable TV channels (The channel number will
automatically
increase when it appears)
PLEASE
AUTO
W,_T
PROGRA_M_N_
Once
EZSETUP
i........
p,_to,,
t,,o,owest
obj..e,
number
memodzed
will be displayed
P....
POWER, located el, the upper side of tl ....
in
unit, to turn on the TV The SELECT LANGUAGE mode
will be displayed
Press A,'_' to select ENGLISH"
"ESPABIOL"
(Spanish) or ' FRAN(_:AIS" (French)
Pro_s
ENTER
t....... _H-SETTING
mode
Press A,'V to select "ON" or "OFF". When you select
"ON", the LCD TV set will automatically
memorize the
broadcasting channels
, I you select OFF", EZ SETUP will be canceled
.......
_'ss_ RE°
2
Do not let the EZ SETUP screel/remain unattended for a long
time
If EZ SETUP does not memodze all the channels in your region,
please see CR-SETTtNG for more information on manually
memorizing the channels using OH SETTING.
It may be difficug to preset when the broadcasting signals are
weak, the chanrlel cycle frequency is incorrect or the frequel/cy
jamming is occurring around the area Please see CH-SETTING
for more information on manually memorizing the channels using
OH SETTING
Basic
Operation
Turning On and Off the Main Power
switching the mnputModes
dNPUT1/INPUT2/TV)
POWER
®®
.......
thep
..... ............
ted ,deo° °,p
Press INPUT (v),(^)to
select the applicable
input
source The screen changes in order of INPUT1,
INPUT2 and TV mode each time INPUT Js pressed
INPUT1 (COMPONENT) mode
_oP
I N P UT 1
..............
POWER
e
indicator
_=======
t
Press POWER The POWER indicator instantly changes
trom red to green and the LCD TV set is turned on
INPUT2 mode
INPUT2
On-screen display
t
I_STE_EO
SAP
MONO
NOT_
TV mode
2
_"
" The Ol_ screel_ display disappears after a few secol_ds.
O
]o turn oftthe
main power, press POWER
again.
NOT_
_"
+ INPUTI :
U _*e/J
forv{deo equ{plneilt
connected to the COMPONENT
termii_als
° INPUT2 :
input
Used for video equipment
connected
to the INPUT2 terminal
The S video input terminal
is _ldditiomally
provided for the
INPUT2. If both the S video termk_al al_d Rorll)81 video
terminals
are col_nected
with cables, the S video input
terlninal
takes priority
To turn off the LeD TV set
Press POWER
The POWER
indicator
wiJJturn red
To turn the LeD TV set back on
Press POWER
again
The POWER
indicator
will turn green
Basic Operation
(Continued)
Sound Volume
[] To adjust
the
Changing
Channels
c_@@@
volume
_SOKLI_n/
I
o 0 ®
o@@@
1 gooo
You can select channels using Channel
Select
or
CH(^)/(v}
@ Press VOL (+} to increase the sound volume
The bar indicator shifts right
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VOLUME
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@ Press VOL (-} to decrease the sound volume
The bar indicator shifts left
VOLUME
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E Using
Channel
Select
When selecting tile channel using Channel Select. complete
input of the cbannel number by holding down the button for
the last digit for a moment
To select
Complete
a 1- or 2-digit
the following
channel number (e.g., Channel
procedure
within 4 seconds.
Press
the® button
[] To
mute
the
Press
the® button
sound
@ Press MUTE to temporarily turn oft the sound
The MUTE mark a_< is displayed for 4 seconds
0-]
iNO'rE
5
;_-
. When selecting a 1 digit channel number, do not fail to press the
® button first
.,£
@ Press MUTE or YOL (+}/(-) to turn the sound back to the
previous level
The mute function is automatically
turned off when any of
the following buttons are pressed: POWER, MUTE,
VOL (+}1(-) or MTS
To select
Complete
I-Press
No-r_
• When VOL (+)/(-} is pressed in the Mute mode. the sound turns
on al/d the volume indicator i5 displayed.
• The Mute function is canceled when POWER is pressed
II,_TS (Muitichannei
TV Sound)
a S-digit channel number (e.g., Channel
115):
the following
procedure
within 4 seconds.
Press
the® bu_
.....
VOLUME
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[] TO select
5):
Press
tl,e® button
I
11-
the® butt
.....
115 I
ROX'E _
, The 3 digit chal'.nel number can be selected only when the
receiving mode is set to CABLE in CH SETTING.
Press
MTB
todlspl_,y
theMTB
.......
Press
MTB
,osele._t
,beMTB
sott.,_s
SAP:
MONO:
secondary audio program
monophonic audio
iTEREO:
_$TEREO
<ON
stereo
_lR audio
SAP <0N_lR
NOT_ _• "ON AIR" appears whel/a STEREO or SAP broadcast is being
aired
[] Using
FLASHBACK
®
Press FLASHBACK
to switch the currently
to the previously tuned channel
e
Press FLASHBACK
tuned channel
tuned channel
again to switch back to the currently
Selecting
[] h'_enu setting
Menu totems
screens
)NOT_
The menus can be used to adjust the various settings of your
LCD TV set. Select the desired menu item by following the
steps below See the right column tot each Menu screen
NOT_ _° The items displayed differ depending on the setting conditions
° The item selected is displayed in yellow.
o Settings mo_t recently aditlsted will be saved in memory
[] Using
the
remote
control to display
the Menu
[ L_
Press
_:_toso,eot
t,,edesired
.......item
indicates
the selected
menu item
control
Press,,,_
to_o,oot
thede_,red
it..........
dpress
_*_
to adjust the selected item
, For "AV MODE", ADVANCED"
to display the setting
and 'RESET",
press
AUDIO
........
[] Using
the
control
to return to the previous
pane_
of the
main
screen,
unit
Control panel of the main unit
OPTION
(Votume)
CN (v)/(^)
(Channel)
] Press
MENU
cothem_,,r,
o.,ttod,_p,_,_
theM....
s
.......
Press VOL (-}/(+)to
select the desired
........ itern
T,
....................
,ett
ordght
• The cursor
indicates
the selected
menu item
Press
o. _,,_,_,,_
toso,ect
thodesired
,t........dp....
vo.,_,.,+.o
ad,
ust
tho
so,ected,te,,
• For "AV MODE", ADVANCED"
and 'RESET",
iNPUT to display the setting screen
Press
MENU
toe_,t
press
The bar wiil change
setting screen.
SETUP
Press MENU RETURN
or press MENU to exit
ENTER
_RETURN_MENU_
]
A
T,
....................
,ott
ordght
ENTER
PICTURE
control
Press MENU on the remote
Screen
• Ttle cursor
The [_ustrations
and on-screen
displays
in this m_/ual
are tot
explanation
purposes
and may vary slighlly
P'om the aetua_
appearance,
Depending
oil the _etting condition,
_tlch as an input mode,
it lna
not be possible
lo adj_lst or set some
items
In such case!_,
message
wJJl be displayed
on the menu setting
screen
in accordance
with each menu
1
Basic
Adjustment
Settings
AV MODE
COLOR TEMPERATURE
AV MODE
gives
you
match
image
based
the
preset
options
to choose
on room-brightness
from,
and
to
best
playback
You can adjust the color temperature
balance
to give a better white
...........I °_'® ® ®
• ,_ ®
®®
®
l)
Press
MENU
to display
the
Menu
S ......
Press
_*.,ose,ect
P,DTRRE"
P_ess
,,.,,tose,eot
AvMOOE"_.d
pre_s
ENTER
Press
A,,vtoselect
d_s_red
se_r,_,
_,,dp....
ENTER
Press
to exit
MENU
You can sebct
a dglerent
AV MODE item for each input mode
(For exampb,
select STANDARD"
for TV input and "DYNAMIC"
for VIDEO input.)
When AV MODE" is set lo "DYNAMIC
(FIXED)",
"NO PICTURE
ADJUSTMENTS
AVAILABLE
IN [DYNAMIC
(FIXED)]."
is
displayed
and the items in the PICTURE
screen (except
"ADVANCED")
cannot be set
Directly
setting
the
AV
Press
AVMODE
Before the
AV
MODE
*When
you
select
"USER",
tbe
following
items
are
adjustable.
MODE
RED
GREEN
BLUE
display
AV MODE
again
and select
• Each time you press
AV
as shown
below
Weaker
red
Stronger
red
Weaker
Weaker
green
bkle
Stronger
Stronger
green
bkle
disapp ..... p ....
your desired
setting.
MODE,
the mode changes
, When resetting
the items in the "USER"
setting to factory preset
vanes,
perfoml
the following
procedures.
d) Press ,_,_
to selecl RESET"
in the ADVANCED
screen, and
press ENTER
@) Press ,&tq_ ' to selecl YES",
and press ENTER
L,,o00,,
.......
,,_......
,°o,,°,,_
......
,........
_.0,J
STANDARD
Changing
vak_es
DYNAMIC
For a clear cut image emphasizing
high contrast for sporis viewing
image
settings
to standard
DYNAMIC (FIXED)
Changing
image settings
to factory
preset values
No adius_men_s
are
allowed
MOVIE
Controlling
the contrast
to enable
easier viewing of dark images
GAME
Controlling
the bdgMness
games and other images
viewing
of video
for easier
BACKUGHT
You
carl
adjust
PmCTURE Adjustments
the
brightness
of the
picture
You
dbo®®
J- ............ _To O ®
carl
adjust
following
picture
the
picture
to your
preference
with
the
settings
_1oFLII>
Press MENU to display the Menu screen
Press "_/_ to select "PICTURE"
Press
_,_"
to
Press
_&/V
select
to select
'PICTURE"
Press _&,'V to select a specific adjustment
item
BACKLIGHT"
Pross
_,'_to_,dj,,st
the,tem
,o_oo_
de_,re.
_o_,tion
P_ess
.,,_to_djost
t_,e
_tem
toyoor
dew,red
po_t_on
Press
ME.U
toe_t
P_ess
MENU
to e×_t
......
BACKLIGHT
to ohaHge
Directly Presseetting
the BACKUGHT
............. _
8ACKLleHTESRIGHT]
_
8ACKLiGHT
[VARiABLEI _
the
[DARK]:
[VARIABLE]:
8ACKLIGHTENORNAL]
3
BACKLiGHTIDAR](]
Sufficiently
bright when viewing
The brightness
can be adiusted
ence using "_/_
The
screen
The
screen
CONTRAST
For
less contrast
For
more contrast
BRIGHTNESS
For
less brightness
For
more brightness
COLOR
For les
TINT
SHARPNESS
settil,g
NOT_
_"
o The BACKLIGHT
screen automatically
disappears
o [BRIGHT]:
Maximum
brightnes_
[NORMAL]:
Suitabb
for viewing in a well lit area
BACKLIGHT
in 3 seconds
Saves
energy
in dim areas
to suit your prefer
dims
color
intensity
Skin tones become
For !ess 2hs[pness
purplish
For more
brightens
color
intensity
Skin tones become
For [_or t _,!,arpne
greenish
s
"
° When resettin_
8118diustmen_
items
AV MODE
ar,d ADVANCED
menus)
pedorm
the following
procedures
'3) Press ,_,_
to select RESET"
in
press ENTER.
(2) Press ,_V
to selec_ YES",
and
(except for _he items on the
to factory preset values,
the PICTURE
press
ENTER
screen,
and
Basic Adjustment
Settings
(Continued)
AUDRO Adjustments
SETUP
You carl adjust the sound quality to your preference
following settings
with the
Press MENU to display the Menu screen
Press 44,'_, to select "SETUP"
Pr_ss,q,_,,ose_ect"AUO_O"
Press A'T
to select a specific adjustment
Press A'T
to select desired item, and press ENTER
item
.,,..toc,, n0e
the
set.n0,
Press
MENU
toox,t
and press ENTER
Press
_,_,oadjo_t
t,,e,t_,,,
toyoor
des,red
pos,t,
.....
_!!_!!iii_i_i_
Press
MENU
toox,t.
MTS
TREBLE
:: BASS
.
BALANCE
For weaker
treble
For stronger
treble
For weaker
bass
For stronger
bass
Decrease
audio from
the right speaker
Decrease
audio
the left speaker
[STEREO}
audio
[SAP]
Secondary
audio program
[MONO}Monophorlic
audio
from
AUDIO
OUT
No_d_
. The item_ on the AUDIO menu cannot be set when AUDIO
is set to OUT
D_:[ VAO"
When resetting
all adjustment
items to factory preset values,
perform
the following
procedures
(1) Press _&iV to select RESET",
and press ENTER
¢2} Press ,_/'1_ to selec_ YES",
and press ENTER
Stereo
OUT"
LANGUAGE
.
[OUT u_ FAO}
Line Output is
selected, Output
voklule i_ fixed,
Speaker
output is
available
[OUT _
VAO]
Line Output is
selected, Output
voklme
i_ variable,
Speake_ output is
m_te
[ENGLISH]
[ESPAflOL
[FRANCAIS]
1
Usefum Features
CH-SETTING
[]
EZ SETUP
When you move to an area with different broadcasting
sigrlMs, you may have to set the channel numbers and
the time with the EZ SETUP function. To actNctte EZ
SETUP, perform
the followirlg
procedures
(B Press A!V to select OH SETTING" in the SETUP screen,
and press ENTER
!_) Press ,_!ff_' to select EZ SETUP", and press ENTER
9) Press ,_!ff_' to select YES", and press ENTER
[]
SettJng the An/CABLE
It is rlecessary to set the receiving mode to AIR or CABLE
channels to receive locally broadcast TV programs
MENOtodlspMytho
M...............
Press _,_" to select "SETUP"
Pre_s."tosele,_t'_;N-SETTlW_",andprossE._ER
Press
_,,Vtoselect
'AIR'CABLE",
aodpress
ENTER
Press A,'V
to select desired setting, and press ENTER
EZ
SETUP
A_R/CABLE
CH SEARCH
MEMORy
Press MENU to exit
'
Receivable channels of your LCD TV set are:
AIR channels:
CABLE channels:
VHF: 2 through 13
I {HBC and lEO)
UHF: 14 through 69
2 through 125 {STD, HRC and IRC)
[] Adding weak or additional
channele
or erasing
unwanted
channels from TV memory
Individual
seMngs
of programs
can be adjusted¸
iiii_!!i!;ii!;j
,0step4
above,
press.,'_"
toseMct"CH
MEMORY
and press ENTER.
Press _/'_ 1o move the cursor to "CHANNEL", and use
_,'_" or Charmel Seiect to select each desired channM
to c_ddor erase
Press
MENU
too_it
, If OH SEARCH is perlormed again, the previously melnor[zed
channels will be lost
v-c,mp
so.iogs
[] V=CHIP
This function allows TV programs
to
violent or sexu_l sceaes thal may be
Restdcgon
of TV programs
includes
America)
rating _Rd the TV Parental
contempt.
Since
MPAA
a TV program
may
be rer_tdcted and TV usage lo be col_trolled
based on FCC data
it prevents
children from walching
harmful
two ratings that contain informedoR
about the program:
the MPAA (Medon Picture Association
of
Guidelines
The MPAA r_ting is restricted
by age TV Parental
Guidelines
_re restdcted
by age _nd
use either the
MPAA
redRg
or the TV Guidelines,
both
should
be ediusted
for complete
control
rating
RATING
G
GENERAL
AUDIENCES
PG
PARENTAL
GUIDANCE
age
PG
based
R
13
PARENTS
17
NO ONE
X
MPAA
STRONGLY
RESTRICTED¸
NC
All ages
17 AND
17 _qui_s
UNDER
r_ling
Some
CAUTIONED¸
Under
X is an older
edmitled
SUGGESTED
Some
material
material
accompanying
may not be sedable
may be inappropdale
parent
for children
for cNId_n
under
13
or edug guardian¸
ADMITTED¸
that is unified
with NC 17 but m_
be encoded
in the data of older
movies¸
rating
E ×ample
1:
2. Block table
_t to
_lo_
1. User setting
PG 13 in the age based
blocked,
this will also
redng is
Example
2:
R in the age based rating is
blocked,
thi_ will al_
automedcally
block the higher
_tings
NC 17 and X
automatically
bJock the higher
ratings R, NO 17 and X
The MPAA
TV parental
rating
is only
1. User setting
2. Block table
age based
guidelines
<=::: content based
V
(Violerlce)
FV
Rating
(Fantasy
S
(Sexual
Situation)
Violence)
TVY
(Direcl
TVG
(General
TVPG
Strongly
TVMA
Audience
pr_re_al
Example:
When TVy7
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
[]
x
x
X
X
Cautioned)
x
x
X
X
Only)
x
x
X
Guidance
TV 14 (Parents
(Mature
Suggestive
Dialog)
X
Children)
Audience)
(Parental
: The content
X : The cement
IV
to Older
D
(Sexually
[]
(All children)
TVY7
L
(Adult
Language)
Sugge!_led)
rating can be set, but this rating
_ting can be set
is not normally
bmadcas_
by TV stations
guidelines
in the _ge
ba_ed _ting
D, L, S, V a_d FV in BLOCK
1, User setting
Tv-Y ....
Tv-Y7 BLOCK
TV-G
BLOCK
TV-pG BLOCK
TV-14 BLOCK
TV-MA B_OCK
BLOC_CO_ENT
(DLSV_
is set to BLOCK,
CONTENT
this will automatically
_re automatically
blocked
unless
block
the higher ratings:
you manually
set BLOCK
TVG,
TV PG, TV 14 and TV MA
In addition
CONTEN_
2, Block table
FV
_as_
V cont_nt_asml
L
D
- Age based
rath!gs can be modified by the contel_t
based
ratings, but only in the combinedons
indicaled
by an X in the table above.
- Choosing
a lower age based rating blocks the higher
age based ratings regardless
of content rating
settil_gs
o If you set TV Y and TV Y7 to BLOCK,
BLOCK
CONTENT
will display
all gems
CanadUan
RatUng Systems
The TV rating systems in Canada
(CRTC) policy
While violence
oil violence
is the most
are based
on the Canadian
in television
programming
irr_portant col/tent
element
Radio
to be rated,
Television
and Telecommu_ficatio_/s
the structure,
other program
content
like language,
nudity, sexuality
and mature themes.
When setting
the VCHIP
on the Canadian
system,
you can choose
either
Canadian
French ratings
Canadian
Age
Canadian
developed
takes
the Canadian
Commission
into consideration
English
ratings
or the
EngUi_h m'atings
C
Children: Intended for younger children under the age of 8 years
themes that could threaten their sense of security and well being
Pays careful attention to
C8
Children over 8 years old: Contains no portrayal of violence as the preferred, acceptable,
or only way to resolve conflict; nor encourage childlen to imitate dangerous acts which
they may see on the screen
G
General: Considered acceptable for all age groups Appropriate
family, contains very little violence, physical, verbal or emotional
PG
Parental Guidance: Intended for a general audience, but may not be suitable for younger
chikJren (under the age of 8) because it could contain controversial themes or issues
14
Over 14 Years: Could contain themes where violence is one of the dominant
the storyline, but it must be integral to the development of plot or character
usage could be profane arid rludity present within the context of the theme
18
Adults: Intended for viewers 18 years and older and might contain depictions of violence,
wl_ich while re]ated to the development of plot, character or themes, are intended for adult
viewing Could contain graphic language And portrayals of sex and nudity
viewing
for the entire
elements of
Language
F_ench _atings
G
General: All ages and children, contains
into the plot in a humorous or unrealistic
8ans_
General but inadvisable for young children: May be viewed by a wide public a_dience,
could contain scenes disturbing to childlen under 8 who cannot distinguish between
imaginary and real situatiolls
Recommended
for viewing with parent
13ansi
Over 13 years: Could contain scenes of frequerlt violent scenes
recommended
for viewing with parent
16ansi
Over 16 years: Could contain frequent
18arts i
Over 18 years:
violence
Age
Only for adult viewing
minimal direct violence,
manner
violent scenes
Could colltain
but may be integrated
but
and therefore
and intense violence
frequent
violent scenes
and extreme
UsefuJ
Features
V-CHIP Settings
(Continued)
@ Bettir_g
(Continued)
V CHIP settings allow you to set MPAA rating, TV GUIDE
LINES, Canadian English ratings and Canadian French ratings
[]
Setting
BLOCK
CONTENT
(TV GBIDEUNES}
!!'ii iiiiii i:i:i Ropo tstops'to
V_OHIP
!i...........
°°°°/
i:i:iiiii!!iiiii!i!ilil
ENTER
Press A,'Y
ENTER
CONTENT",
and press
_G@@
@
f
to select "BLOCK
Press A,'T to seler;t the desired it........
select "BLOCK" or ....
{unbiock)
iiiiiiiiiiiii
"INPBT
SECRET
NO" will be displayed,
hput
the 4
d_g_t
.....t numbe_by.s,.g
C,°.oe_
Be_oot
• When yoLI input the secret number for the first time, press
ENTER to registe[ Otherwise, continue to step S
d press _,_
to
[] Activating
V=CHIP
BLOCK
• Setting
STATUS
[]
Changing
V-CHIP
BLOCK
settings
Repeat steps 1 to 3 of Setting V-CHIP, then qNPUT
SECRET NO" will be displayed
1
!l°°°°
AUDIOONIY
................
tACKLlalIT
o0@0
PICFLIP
_
I
o000
Input the 4-digit secret number by using ChanneJ
Select: the V CHIP seMct mode will be displayed
Set the V-CHIP BLOCK again
i!;ij_:i!!i!i!i::_:
Ropo_tstops_to_o_Sotti°gV-CNIP
Press A,'V
to select "STATUS",
and press ENTER
[]
Changing
or clearing
the SECRET
NUB_BER
If you folget the secret number, clear the secret number
as follows
Upper control panel of the main unit
I
CB_(^) I
VOL (+}
MENU
[]
Canceling
the V-CHIP
BLOCK
CHIP BLOCK
is activated
screen
while
V-
"V-CHIP HAS BEEN ACTIVATED" appears if you watch
a program with the same Program Rating data you
configured
Repeat steps 1 to 3 of Setting V-CHIP, or 1 and 2 of
Canceling
the V-CHIP BLOCK screen while V-CHIP
BLOCK i_ activated,
then 'INPUT SECRET NO" will
be displayed
P........dboM
both
CN_^)
andVOL
(÷_o.g.......
.,
.r,ts,==,t
........,_,,°t,,
th...........
ge',BPUT
SECRET
NO" blinks
. Press
MENUto
ox,t
"STATUS" is set to "OFF"
Press MENU to display
1NPUT
SECRET NO"
Input the 4-digit secret number by using Channel
Select: V CHIP BLOCK is temporarily canceled. If you
input an incorrect secret number, 'SECRET NO IS
INCORRECT" is displayed
h this case, input the
correct secret number
Directly
CLOSED CAPTION
setting
the CLOSED
CAPTION
Press CC to display the CCF[EXT
[]
Setting
CLOSED
CAPTION
TMS LCD TV set is equipped
with an internal Closed Caption
decoder
"Closed
Caption" is a system which allows conversa
fions, narration,
and sound
effects in TV programs
and home
videos lo be viewed as captions
on the TV screen (see the
illustration}.
Not all pr(/grams and videos will oiler closed captioning
Please
look for the "_[_]' symbol lo ensure that captions
will be shown
The Closed
Caption broadcasts
can be viewed
in two modes:
CAPTION
and TEXT. For each mode, two channeB
are
available:
CHI and CH2.
The CAPTION
mode shows subscripts
taries of TV dramas and news
programs
wMb
of the picture
allowing
a clear
of dialogs
Press
and commen
_CC
_0_'_
CLOSED
CAPTION
POWER r_T£
the
CC/TEXT [OFF] _
/TEXT [T2]_CC/TEXT
001:
CLOSED
CAPTION
CC2: CLOSED
CAPTION
TI:
TEXT modeforCHl
T2:
TEXT mode for CH2
the TV programs
the
to change
setting
[T1] _
CC/TEXT [CC1]
CC/TEXT [CC2] .*_
view
The TEXT mode displays
various
inforulatbn
over the picture (such as
TV program
schedules
and weather
forecasts,
etc) that is independent
of
Setting
CC
screen
on
the
Menu
screen
DISLAYSLEEP
mode
mode
data
data
for CH 1 data
for CH2 data
_
If a broadcast
contains
Closed Caption
data and MUTE is
pressed,
g/e LCD TV set enters CLOSED
CAPTION
mode
aulomatbally
Pressing
MUTE again will return the LCD TV set
to its previous
condition
, Closed Caption
may malfunction
(wMte blocks, strange charac
ters, etc) if signal conditions
are poor or if there are problems
at
the broadcast
£_ource. This does not necessarily
indicate
a
problem
with your LCD TV set.
, If any button is pressed to call up the On Screen
Display while
viewing a Closed Caption
broadcast,
the closed captions
will
disappear
moulentadly
, If no TEXT broadcast
is being received
wMb viewing
in the
TEXT mode, the screen may become
blank for some programs
Should tMs occur, switch the CLOSED
CAPTION
mode to OFF
, If you select CCI",
"C02", "TI" or "T2" (or MUTE is pressed}
while "VIEW MODE" is set to ZOOM"
or "STRETCH",
then the
mode for "VIEW MODE" will be automalically
changed
to 4:3"
or 16:9"
_(DQQ
Press
MEND,o
_J_spl_y
theM...............
Pross,ose,ec,
'SETUP"
P ess.'V
,ose,ec,
APT,ON",
....
ENTER
and
press
COl:
CC2:
TI:
T2:
ENTER
CLOSED
CAPTION
CLOSED
CAPTION
TEXTmode
for CHI
TEXT mode for CH2
Press
_EN_
too×,t
mode for
mode for
data
data
CH 1 data
CH2 data
VIEW MODE
AUDRO ONLY
You can select the picture display size for the playback image
of the DVD player from the following four modes: "4:3", "16:9",
"ZOOM" and "STRETCH"
When listening to music from a music program, you carl set
the Liquid Crystal display off and enjoy audio only
_',
Settblg
P_oss_ENUfod,sp,aytheM
..............
E,,
the AUDIO ONLY
C3OQQ
on the Menu screen
P,ess
MENU
to,,,sp,_y
thoM................
P,ess
_,'_tos÷loot'OPT,ON"
Press A/_
ENTER
Press A/V
:: STRETCH
_"
to select desired
setting, and press ENTER
to select "AUDIO ONLY",
and press
Press.,' 'tose,o,tt'ON,o, p
I Stretches the image horizontally.
....
_t/etct
(For
For_edanan
Vtio_llY)imageimage
et
iiiiiiiiiiiii
P_ESS"AUOIO
ON_Y'FO_
VIDEO
OF_
E_tretche4
vert ca y
witlarb__'1_
_ta_it_l eft
H
(Fora 4:3 imr,g÷}
Pros_
MENU
toe×g
_ The 4:3 image willbe distorted on the scr÷en when the 'VIEW MODE"
is sel to 16:9".
When the CLOSE[) CAPTION mode is se_to 001 ", '002", 'TI" or
"T2", 'ZOOM" and 'STRETCH" cannot be set for 'VIEW MODE"
Press AUDIO
disappear
ONLY again
Press AUDIO ONLY again
displayed again
The screen image will
The screen image will be
Useful
Features
(Continued)
BLUE SCREEN
SLEEP TIMER
This function automatically
turns the screen blue if no
broadcast signal is received
You can set the SLEEP TIMER
TV
to automatically
turn off the
POWEF_
PressMENUtodisplaytheM
............
iiii_i_iiii
Press,,J_
tose,eo_"BL_JE
SOREEN",
_odp....
i!!i_iiiiiii:iiiiiiiiiii:i!ii_
ENTER¸
Setting
the SLEEP TIMER on the Menu ecreer_
_J_,_!_:!;ii!i_:_
Press
MENU
todisp,_y
the
M...........
ij!!_i_iii:_:_
_ Press
_,'_
tose,ec_
'OPT
,ON"
i_i!iii_!i!ii_!i
Press
MENU
_oexit¸
!ili_iiiiiii_i:
Press
,,Jr toseieo_
"SLEEP
riMER",
and
p....
ENTER
Press A,"_F,'_
When received
sign_Isareweak orinterfered
withby some other
signals,
theBLUE SCBEEN function
may be actNated.To watch
the TV under such conditions, set BLUE SCREEN" to "OFF"
o The BLUE SCREEN function is activated when INPUT mode i_
selected with no signal being inp/it
"120MIN",
to select '30MIN",
"150MIN"
60MIN",
'90MIN",
or 'OFF", and press ENTER
.ENOtoe×,t
Afteryou settheSLEEP TIMEB, pressingPOWER of!themain
unitoron the remotecontrol
will
canceltheSLEEP TIMER
setting.
o 5 minutes before the SLEEP TIMER t_lms off the LCD TV,
5 MIN REMAINING" is displayed on the screen for 4 seconds
The SLEEP TIMER counts down and show_ a similar 4 second
display for each remaining minute until the timer turns off the LCD
TV set
Directly
setting
_he SLEEP T_MER
Press SLEEP to display the SLEEP TIMER
screen
Press SLEEP to set the deep timer (in minutes)
l[OFFl_[3_NINl_[58NIN]_
(mi_des}
o The SLEEP TIMER screen automatically disappears in 3 seconds
NO SIGNAL
OFF
PBCTURE FUP
Power control setting allows you to save energy
When set to 'ENABLE", the power wHI automatically
down if no signal inputs for 5 minutes
You can set the orientation
of the picture
shut
Setting
the PICTURE
FLIP on the MENU _creen
[/ ................
i!!!ii ii i ilPr s MB.Otod,sp,
...........
yt
iiii_ii!ii!i
Press A,'V
iiiiiii_i!i!ii!i
Pross_,,'Vtoseloot"RO_lGRALOEE",_ndp
....
ENTER
Press _,'_
to sMect "PICTURE
FLIP",arm p ....
ENTER
to select "ENABLE",
and press ENTER
i!iii_ii!i!iill
_r_RA.,'Vtose,ecttbedesiredmode,
ar,dp ....
M
B.Otoex,t
, "DISABLE" is factory preset value.
This function can work only in TV mode
If h-_tederedwith by other broadcasl or radio waves, "NO SIGNAL
OFF" may not work properly even when the broadcast is over.
NO OPERATION
Directly
eetting
the PICTURE
FMP
Pres_
P.O_EUP
to.,sp,_,y
t.eP,_TURE
FL,P
........
Pres_
P.O.EUP
to_b_,,ge
the_etti,,g
OFF
When set to "ENABLE", the power will automatically
down if there is no operation for 3 bouts
Press MENU to display
!!!i_i!!!!!!j
PressMB.Btoex_t
shut
the M ...............
Press.,,_
to_e,e_t
OPT,O."
P_ess
_,,'_toseleot
'ROOPERA-ROR
OFF",
_,r,_J
PICTURE FLIP [UPSIDE DOWN]_ PICTURE FLIP [Ro'rATE]÷
[NORMAL]
Normal image
orientation
[MIRROR]
To display mirror images
for special uses
press ENTER
Press
_,_tose_oo_
'ENABLE",
_nd
press
ENTER
ABC
" 5 minutes before the power sbuts
time is displayed every minute
Press
MB.B
toe_,t
08A
down, remaining
[UPSIDE DOWN]
To displ_ty upside down
images for special uses
[ROTATE]
To display rotated images
for special uses
"DISABLE" is factory preset value
VBC
0BY
Connecting
You carl
the main
When
enjoy
unit.
connecting
picture
an
E×temam Devices
and
sound
external
] Example of External
I
by connecting
device,
turn
Devices
off the
a VCR
POWER
or c_ home
of the
video
main
game
unit
that can be Connected
system
first
to the
to prevent
terminals
any
located
possible
on
the
rear
of
damage.
]
I
To
INPUT1
termina]
<Exarf/ple>
* DVD
Camporlent
Player,
etc.
cable
* Digilal TV tuner
Audio
cable
* If your external device has a component terminal
COMPONENT c0nnectioa is recommended
(you can view high-quality pictures)
TO INPUT2
S Video came
_
_
terminal
<Exarflple>
* Oamcorder
° Home
video
game
system
* If yourexternaldevice hasan S-videoterminal
S VIDEOconnectionis recommended
To AUDIO
OUT terminal
Audio cable
o
o
o
o
For the cable, use a commercially avadable audio!video cable
PD coi!necdon is not possible.
Fo_ mor_ inlom!atio_ about e×_ern_[ device co_ec_io_s, see the oper_tiol_manuals of your e×_emal devices.
Make sure that the corresponding
cables are connected
to each terminal
Connecting
other cables may result in a malfunction
INPUT2
ha_ two terminals,
VIDEO and S VIDEO terminals
If your external device [!as an S VIDEO terminal
S VIDEO connection
is
recommended.
S VIDEO provides a fine_,ulore detailed picture Ifboth terminals are connected, S VIDEO
termiilaltakes a pdodty
o Only when 4801 or 480P skJnal is received
through the INPUT1, picture can be di_pMyed
TroubJeshooting
Before ca]]irlg for repair services,
LCD
make the following
checks for possible
remedies
to the encountered
symptoms
TV set]
Problem
Check item
, Make
/-
x,
sure
the AC cord
in the power
Make
Make
sure
sure
the input mode is set to TV,
the POWER switch of the main
There
is no
Make
sure
the
There
is no
picture
picture_ from
INPUT2
i
those
inserted
other
Fluorescent
than
is properly
Reception
There is no
picture or
sound.
of broadcasting
BRIGHTNESS
lamp
may
have
is properly
reached
the
stations
unit is on,
adjusted
end of service
Make
Make
sure
sure
the S-VIDEO
terminal
has nothing connected,
the AUDIO ONLY is not set to ON.
Make
sure
the volume
There is no
sound
Make
sure
the sound
Make
sure
that headphones
There
is no
Make
sure
the antenna
picture
or
sound,
noise.
just
Picture
is
Bad
reception
, Make
, Bad
sure
life.
is not set to minimum.
is not set to mute.
could
are not connected
cable
is properly
connected
be the problem.
the antenna
reception
outlet.
can be considered.
could
cable
is properly
connected
be the problem.
not clear.
Picture is
light or
improperly
tinted,
, Check
color
adjustment
, Press
the BACKLIGHT
button,
or set the BACKLIGHT
or BRIGHTNESS
settings.
Check CONTRAST
and BRIGHTNESS
Fluorescent
lamp may have reached
Remote
control
does
not work.
, Check
Make
the
sure
External
Unit
cannot
be operated,
batteries
of the remote
the remote
influences
sensor
such
adjustment.
the end of service
life.
control
window
as lightning,
is not under
static
improper
operation,
In this case, operate
power off the LCD TV set, or unplugging
in after 1 or 2 minutes.
strong
electricity,
etc
lighting.
may cause
the unit after first turning the
the AC cord and re-plugging
it
Troubleshooting
(Continued)
Problem
Check
The
The
picture
is riot
The
picture
moves
The
picture
The
sharp
_ The
is doLJbled
picture
reception
or tripled
is spotted
quality
or colors
stripes
on
the
outside
_ Make
There
sure
may
the antenna
be reflected
There
etc
may
be intederence
from
_ There
ruay
be intederence
between
f/Jrther
Is the
screen
uriit
is facing
electric
the
be bad
correct
the correct
waves
from
direction
moL_ntains
automobiles,
trains,
the
unit
and
from
of radio
antenna
cellular
as far apart
other
or buildings
high-voltage
cable
and
lines,
AC
cord
neon
Fry
lights,
positioning
devices'?
broadcasting
phones
as possible
may
from
stations,
also
cause
devices
use in high and low temperature
that
transmission
antennas
of
interference
may
cause
possible
interference
environments
When the unit is used in a low temperature
_;pace e.g room, ogice , the picture may
a ma unct on, and the un t w
recover w sen the temperature
returns to norms
Do not leave the unit in a hot or cold location
Also, do not leave g/e unit in a location
this may ca_lse the cabinet to deform
and the LCD panel to ulalfunction.
Storage temperature:
4<F to +140:F
( 20<C to +60<0)
,
direction
is connected
interference
antenuas
radios
Use the
is facing
antenna
apart
receiving
Transmission
amateur
regarding
also
antenna
the
,
,
may
the
sure
fade
@ Cautions
broadcast
sure
Make
them
are
of the
item
be weak.
_ Make
,
There
may
leave
trails
exposed
or appear
to direct
slightly
sunlight
delayed
This
or near a heater,
is not
as
Specifications
Items
LCD
LC-i
panel
N_lmber
Video
of dots
color
921,600
systems
TVSTEREO
Tuning
TV function
(CCIR)
System
i CATV
Viewing
Audio
lamp)
angle_i
H:
View
VGA
cd,'m 2
hours*
170 _ V: 170
10 W x 2
[ INPUT1
[ INPUT2
i AUDIO
OUT
lq7/64 × 4W2
in (4 × 11 cm),
COMPONENT
IN, AUDIO
VIDEO
IN, S VIDEO
AUDIO
OUT
i Antenna
F Type
[ Headphone
Mini
language
iack for stereo
2 pcs
IN
IN, AUDIO
(_35
IN
ram)
English/Spanish/French
Power
supply
AO
Power
cons_lmption
43 W (08
Weight
(approx)
90
* Typical time
temperature
::20" Advanced
Super
i & BLACK TFT LCD
PLL
181 ch
MTS+SAP
60,000
Speakers
OSD
LC-20SH4U
View
NTSC
430
amplifier
Terminals
i 15' Advanced
Super
i & BLACK TFT LCD
125 cb
Bdgh_r_ess
life (Fluorescen_
dots
LC-15SH4U
View
N358
[ TV Standard
Lamp
3SH4U
13" Advanced
Super
& BLACK TFT LCD
for power output
al 77:F/25°0
decrease
120V,
Ibs
of abo_lt
60Hz
W star_dby): AC 120V
(41
kg), w/o accessories
one half ass_lming
@ As a part of policy of continuous
improvement,
SHARP
ment without
prior notice¸ The performance
_pecification
deviations
from these values in individual
units¸
reserves
figures
i 50 W (08 W standby):
[ 101
continuous
the right
indicaled
Ibs (46
AC 120V
kg}, wlo accessories
_lse in a room with normal
to make design
and specification
are nominal vakles of production
70 W (08
152
lighting,
W star_dby):
Ibs (69
normal
AC 120V
kg}, w'o accessories
brightness
and
changes
for product improve
units¸ There may be some
Dirnensionam
Drawings
LC°13SH4U/LC°15SH4U/LC°20SH4U
Unit: inch (mm)
5 _,,_ 148_! ,'5 _,'_ 148_/5
s ,,',_ (100}
_
129_
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for Service
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of the nearest
assistance,
please
call
Sharp
AL_thorized
Service,
or to obtai_
product
literatu re, accessories,
su pplies,
or customer
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LIMITED WARRANTY
SHARP ELECTRONICS
CORPORATION
warrants
'Product"), when shipped in its original container, wifl
will at its option, either lepair the defect or repMce
equivalent at no charge to the purchaser for parts or
to the first cons_mer
be free tram detective
the defective Product
Mbor for the period(s)
pulcbaser that this Sharp brand product (the
workmanship
and materials, and agrees tbr_t it
or part thereof with a new or remanutr_ctured
set forth bMow
This warranty does not apply to any appearance items of the Product nor to the additional excluded item(s) set forth below
nor to any Product the exterior of which has been damaged or defaced, which has been subjected to improper voltage or
other misuse, abnormal service or handling, or which has been altered or modified irl design or construction
In order to enforce the dgbts under tbis limited warranty, the purchaser should tallow the steps set forth below and provide
proof of purchase to the servicer
The limited warlr_nty described herMn is in addition to whatever implied warranties may be granted to pulcbasem by law
ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR USE ARE
LIMITED TO THE PERIOD(S) FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE SET FORTH BEL()W Some r_t;:ltes do not allow limitations
on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you
NMther the sales personnel of the seller nor any otber person is authorized to make any warranties other than tbose
described berein, or to extend the duration of any wariest/ties beyond the time period described herein on bebalf of Sharp
The warranties described herein shall be the sole and exclusive warranties granted by Sharp and shall be the sole arid
exclusive remedy available to the purchaser Correction of defects irl the manner and for the period of time described
berein, shall constitute complete fulfillment of all liabilities and responsibilities of Sharp to the purchaser witb respect to tbe
Product, and sball constitute full satisfaction of all claims, wbether based on contract, negligence, strict liability or otherwise
In rio event sball Sharp be liable, or in any way responsible> for any damages or defects in the Product which were caused
of incidentM
or consequential
damages,
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STATE TO STATE
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so the c_bove exclusion
SPECIFIC
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Section
Model
Number
& Descry:
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5SH4U/LC-2OSH4U
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service tar your Product)
Warranty
Period fat this Product:
Additional
Warranty
ItemL_} Excluded
Cover ag#J_:
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From a Sharp Autbodzed Servicer located in the United States
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call Sbarp toll free at 1-800-BE-SHARP
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when you need
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purchase
from
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availabM
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Shalp
for this
Dealer:
Sharp warrants thatthis product is ire.e, undel normal use and maintenance,
from any defects in material and workmanship.
If any such
defects _hould b_ found in this ploduct within the applicable warranty period, Sharp shall, at its option, repair or replace the product as
specified helei_
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(a) Any defects caused or repairs required as a result of abusive operation,
negligence,
accident, improper
installation or inappropriate
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(b) Any Sharp product tampe_d
with, modified, adjusted or _pail_
by any pady other tharl Sharp, Sharp's Authorized Service Cerltres
or Sharp'_ A_horized
Servicing Dealer_.
(c) Damage caused or repairs lequired a_ a re_k
of the use with items no1 _pecified or approved by Sharp, illcluding but not limked to
head cleaning ta_e_ and chemical clea_ing agen_
(d) Any lepl_cement
of accessories, glasswale,
consumable
or peripheral
items requiled thlough normal use ol the produ_ including but
not limited to earphones, _emote controls, AC ada_ers,
batteries, temper_ure
p_obe, _tylus, trays, filte_, belts, ribbons, cables and
pa_er
(e) Any c_smetic damage t_ the suIface _r exteri_rg_at
has been defaced _r cau_ed by n_rma_ we_r and tear.
(f)
Any damage caused by external or environmental
conditions, including but no1 limited to transmission
[in.power
line voltage or liquid
spillage
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(h) Any ploducts used for rental o_ commercial _urposes
(i)
Any installatiorh sett}p and/or programming
charg÷s
Should this Sharp product fail to operate during the warranty pedod, warlamy
service may be obsained upon delivery of the Sharp product
together wigl proof of purchase
and a copy of this LiMiTED WARRANTY
st_emellt
to an Authorized
Shar_ Service Cent_
or an
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service may be p_ovided at Sharp's discretion on any Sharp tefevi_ion with the
screerl size of 27" o_ larger and on any Sharp Qvel-the-Range
Microwave Oven¸
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_uthorized
to extend, enlarge or transfer this warranty on behalf of Sharp. To the extent the law pe_mit_, Sharp disclaims any _nd all
liability fo_ dire_ or indirect dam_e_
or Io_ses or for any incidental, special or consequential
damages or Ios_ ol profits resulting from a
defect in m_elial
or workmanship
_lating
to the produ_, including damages fo_ gle los5 ef time or use of this Sharp p_oduct or the loss
of informatiorl.
The pulchase_ will be responsible
for a_y rerl/ovs], _insta]lation,
transpo_tatiorl
and insurance cost_ incurred¸ Corre_io_
of
defect,
i_ the rna_ner and period ol time described hereirh constitute compl÷te fulfiilmerlt of all obligations and responsibilities
ol Sharp
to the purchaser with respect to the produ_ and shall constitute full satisfaction
of all claims, whethel bmsed on contract, negligence,
strict
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