Bush IDLCD2604HD Instruction manual

IDLCD2604HD
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
OXFORD I IDLCD2604HD
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for buying this Bush product, which is designed to give you many years of
trouble-free service.
You may already be familiar with using a similar unit, but please take time to read
these instructions. They are designed to familiarise you with the unit s many features
and to ensure you get the very best from your purchase.
Safety is important
Your safety and the safety of others is important. Therefore, please ensure you read
the Safety Instructions before you operate this unit.
Warranty
In the unlikely event that your product fails to work normally, please call the below
Bush warranty number to discuss the problem with one of our qualified service
engineers.
Australia
Bush Warranty: 1800 509 394
New Zealand
Bush Warranty: 0800 450 259
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CONTENTS
1.
INTRODUCTION........................................................................1
2.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS...........................................................3
3.
INSTALLATION......................................................................... 4
WALL MOUNTING INSTALLATION GUIDLINES.............................4
ACCESSORIES..........................................................................5
FRONT PANEL............................................................................5
KEY BOARD...............................................................................6
REAR PANEL.............................................................................6
ANTENNA CONNECTION............................................................7
CONNECTING TO PC.................................................................8
PC PRESET................................................................................9
CONNECTING TO AV EQUIPMENTS...........................................10
4.
REMOTE CONTROL................................................................ 11
BATTERY INSTALLATION..........................................................11
KEYS FUNCTION......................................................................12
5.
OPERATION........................................................................... 13
BASIC OPERATION.................................................................13
TELETEXT...............................................................................14
EPG........................................................................................15
MENU OPERATION..................................................................16
6.
TROUBLESHOOTINGS............................................................21
7.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION...................................................22
8.
WARRANTY............................................................................23
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Do not use this apparatus near water.
2. Clean only with dry cloth.
3. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturers
instructions.
4. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
5. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
6. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
7. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of
time.
8. Refer all servicing to a qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into apparatus, the
apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has
been dropped.
9. The apparatus should not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled
with liquids, such as vases, should be placed on the apparatus.
10. If the television is to be built into a compartment or similar enclosed, the minimum
distances must be maintained. Heat build-up can reduce the service life of your
television, and can also be dangerous.
ADDITIONAL SAFETY NOTES
Never tamper with any components inside the TV, or any other adjustment controls not
mentioned in this manual.
All LCD-TVs are high voltage instruments. When you clean up dust or water drops on
the LCD PANEL or CABINET, the power cord should be pulled out from the receptacle,
then wipe the TV with a dry soft cloth.
During thunder and lighting, unplug the power cord and antenna cord to prevent
damage to your TV.
All repairs to this TV should only be performed by qualified TV service personnel.
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION NOTES
This TV can be connected to AC 100-240 Volts. 50/60 Hz. Never connect to a DC
supply or any other power supply.
Locate the TV in the room where light does not strike the screen . Total darkness or a
reflection on the picture screen can cause eyestrain. Soft and indirect lighting is
recommended for comfortable viewing.
Allow enough space between the TV and the wall to permit ventilation.
Avoid excessively warm locations to prevent possible damage to the cabinet or
premature component failure.
Do not cover the ventilation openings when using the TV.
WALL MOUNTING INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
This television can be wall mounted as follows:
1.Place the LCD Television onto a solid surface. Please place some soft material to
over the front of the screen to avoid any damage.
2.Remove the screws from the lower part of the television, where the base joins to the
TV, and take away the stand (put the stand somewhere safe for future use).
100mm
3.Use the four hooks provided to fix the TV onto a wall mounting bracket via the 4
VESA standard hooks on the back of the television.
200mm
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INSTALLATION
ACCESSORIES
AC Power Cord......................... 1
Infrared Remote Control............ 1
User s Manual ........................ 1
Battery(AAA)........................... 2
FRONT PANEL
3
4
2
1
30
30
1:
2:
MUTE
POWER
NICAM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
RECALL
0
TV MENU
INPUT
ENTER
DVB MENU
SOUND
EXIT
PIC
CH
+
+
VOL
_
_
SLEEP
SOURCE
ASPECT
DISPLAY
TEXT
FAV
EPG
INFO
REVEAL
HOLD
LIST
INDEX
SUBPAGE
SIZE
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
3:
4:
Remote control sensor.
Indicator LED: GREEN
POWER ON.
RED
STANDBY.
Key board(see next page).
AC power switch.
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INSTALLATION
KEY BOARD
SOURCE
MENU
CH+
CHVOL+
VOL-
1
2
3
4
SOURCE
To display the input source menu.
MENU
To display main MENU.
CH+/CHIn TV mode to change the channel up and down.
In MENU mode, to select the menu items .
In standby mode, it can turn on the TV.
VOL+/VOLTo adjust sound level.
In MENU mode,to select the menu items.
REAR PANEL
1
2
3 4
5
1. ANTENNA
2. AUDIO OUTPUT
3. SPDIF OUTPUT
4. VIDEO OUTPUT
5. AV1/S-VIDEO1 AUDIO INPUT
6
7
8
9 10
11
12
6. YPbPr AUDIO INPUT
7. PC AUDIO INPUT
8. YPbPr INPUT
9. AV1 INPUT
10. S-VIDEO1 INPUT
13
14
11. VGA INPUT
12. HDMI2 INPUT
13. HDMI1 INPUT
14. AC POWER INPUT
NOTE:
1.AV1 and S-VIDEO1 share one audio channel.
2.When HDMI1 port get DVI signal, the PC Audio channel will change to receive the
audio from HDMI1 port
3.When HDMI2 port get DVI signal, the YPbPr Audio channel will change to receive
the audio from HDMI2 port.
4.AV OUTPUT
It works only at input sources: TV,DTV,S-Video1,S-Video2,AV1,AV2.
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INSTALLATION
ANTENNA CONNECTION
Note:
Aerial connections:IEC(female).
Input impendance:75 unbalanced.
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INSTALLATION
CONNECTING TO PC
STEPS:
Be sure both the TV and computer are set to Power off.
1.Connect VGA and audio cable.
2.Connect the power cord.
3.Power on the TV, switch the input source to VGA mode.
4.Power on the PC.
This sequence is very important.
8
VGA cable
PC Audio
Power cord
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INSTALLATION
PC PRESET
PRESET MODE(recommended resolution is 1024*768@60Hz)
RESOLUTION
V.Freq.(Hz)
H.Freq.(KHz)
1
720*400
70
31.47
2
640*480
60
31.47
3
800*600
56
35.156
4
800*600
60
37.88
5
800*600
75
46.88
6
800*600
72
48.08
7
1024*768
60
48.36
8
1024*768
70
56.48
9
1024*768
75
60.02
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INSTALLATION
CONNECTING TO AV EQUIPMENTS
This TV provides two groups of AV, two S-Video, one group of YPbPr for convenient connection to VCR,
DVD or other video equipment, three group of HDMI for HD signal input. Please refer to the owner s manual
of the equipment to be connected as well.
You can use the input terminals on TV set rear as follows.
R
VIDEO EQUIPMENT with YPbPr
To audio
outputs
with SPDIF Input
terminal
R Pr
G
G Y
To s-video
output
VIDEO EQUIPMENT
From Coaxial SPDIF
output
Y
W
with S-video
Terminal
B
R
W
R
Home Theatre Decoder
B Pb
Y Black (s-video)
W White(audol L)
R Red(audio R)
Y
W
R
W
R
R
B
G
Input
W
R
Y
W
R
2
1
Y
With VIDEO Terminal
R
Y
TO VIDEO
Output
R
To audio Output
To audio
Output
HDMI
W
With VIDEO
terminal
VIDEO EQUIPMENT
Y
W
To video
output
HEADPHONE
S-VIDEO2
VIDEO
AV2
L
R
HDMI3
HDMI
It can be connected to the following appliances: VCR, multi disc player, DVD, camcorder, video game or stereo
system as well as a number of other electronic items.
YPbPr can support these video fomats:480i,576i,480p,576p,720p,1080i,1080p.
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REMOTE CONTROL
BATTERY INSTALLATION
1. Remove the battery cover.
2. Inserting the 2 AAA 1.5V batteries making sure the polarity (+ or -) of the batteries
matches the polarity marks inside the unit.
3. Mount the battery cover. Replace with new batteries when the TV set begins to show
the following symptoms: Operation is unsteady or erratic. Sometimes the TV set does
not function with Remote Control Unit.
Remark:
1) Alkaline Battery Recommended.
2) Remove batteries when they are exhausted or if the remote control is not to be used for
an extended period of time.
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REMOTE CONTROL
KEYS FUNCTION
MUTE
POWER
1
13
AUDIO
1
2
3
14
2
RECALL
4
5
6
7
8
9
15
0
TV MENU
SOURCE
16
3
17
OK
4
18
5
CH.LIST
SOUND
EXIT
19
+
20
PIC
CH
+
6
VOL
_
_
7
SLEEP
ASPECT
21
8
FREEZE
TV/RADIO
TEXT
9
22
23
EPG
FAV
INFO
10
24
11
12
REVEAL
HOLD
LIST
INDEX
SUBPAGE
SIZE
MIX
SUBTITLE
25
1: POWER :To set the TV to standby or power on.
2: NUMERIC KEY : For direct access to channels.
3: TV MENU :To display TV menu.
4: CURSOR :To move within the menu.
5: CH.LIST :To display the channels list.
6: VOL+/- :To adjust sound level.
7: PIC :To switch picture mode.
8: SLEEP :S et timer to turn off the TV.
9: FREEZE : To freeze the picture.
10: EPG :To display information about the
program being viewed and what's on next in
DTV mode.
11: FAV :To access your favourite channels list
in TV or DTV mode.
12: TELETEXT KEYS : See page 14.
13: MUTE :To disable or enable the sound output.
14: AUDIO :To select the available audio
language of TV programs or select sound
channel.
15: RECALL : To access the previously viewed
channel.
16: SOURCE : To select input source.
17: OK :To confirm selection.
18: EXIT : To exit the menu.
19: SOUND :To switch sound mode.
20: CH+/CH- :To access the next or previous
channels.
21: ASPECT : To change picture aspect ratio.
22: TV/RADIO :In DTV mode, it is u sed to switch
between digital TV channels and radio
stations.
23: TEXT :To enter or exit TELETEXT.
24: INFO :To display information about the
channel being viewed or further information
about the program when in small EPG
screen in DTV mode.
25: SUBTITLE :To switch between different
subtitles in DTV mode.
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OPERATION
BASIC OPERATION
TURN ON THE UNIT
Press the POWER button on the remote control to switch on the power. The power
indicator will light up in green colour, press the POWER button again to switch off
the power, and the indicator will change to red.
CHANNEL SEARCH
Press the SOURCE button on the remote control to select the TV or DTV input mode,
and press the OK button to confirm.If you are using the unit for the first time, an
Installation Guide menu will be displayed to guide you through the channel scan,
Use the remote control to finish channel scan (you can also refer to CHANNEL MENU
(page 16) in this manual for the channel scan operation).
NEW INSTALLATION
Menu Language
English
Auto Tuning
EXIT
MENU
OK
WATCH TV PROGRAM
Press the CH- or CH+ button to select the previous or next channels or press the 0-9
buttons to enter a channel number directly.Press CH.LIST button to view the channels
list and press the
buttons to select the desired TV programmes.
CHANGE VOLUME
Press the VOL - or VOL + button to adjust the volume level. Press the VOL - button
repeatedly to decrease the volume; press the VOL + button repeatedly to increase
the volume from 0 to 100.
CHANGE PICTURE MODE
Press the PIC button repeatedly to cycle through the available video picture modes.
CHANGE SOUND MODE
Press the SOUND button repeatedly to cycle through the available sound modes.
VIEW CHANNEL INFORAMTION
Press the INFO button to display the preset channel information.
MUTE
Press the MUTE button to cut off the sound output, press this button again to resume
sound output.
CHANGE INPUT SOURCE
Press the SOURCE button then press the
press the OK button to confirm.
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buttons to select the input source and
OPERATION
TELETEXT
Press:
T EXT
E
Teletext is an information system broadcast by certain channels which can be
consulted like a newspaper. It also offers access to subtitles for viewers with
hearing problems or who are not familiar with the transmission language (cable
networks, satellite channels, etc.)
You will obtain:
This is used to enter or exit teletext mode. The summary
appears with a list of items that can be accessed. Each item
has a corresponding 3 digit page number. If the channel
selected does not broadcast teletext, the indication 100 will
be displayed and the screen will remain blank (in this case,
exit teletext and select another channel).
Enter the number of the page required using the 0 to 9
SELECTING A PAGE up/down. Example: page 120, enter 120. The number is
displayed top left, the counter turns and then the page is
displayed. Repeat this operation to view another page. If
the counter continues to search, this means that the page is
not transmitted. Select another number.
DIRECT ACCESS
TO THE ITEMS
INDEX
SUB PAGE
HOLD
REVEAL
SIZE
Coloured icons are displayed at the bottom of the screen. The 4
coloured buttons on the remote control are used to access the
items or corresponding pages. The coloured icons flash when
the item or the page is not yet available.
This returns to the contents page (usually page 100).
Certain pages contain subpages which are automatically
displayed successively. This key is used to stop or resume subpage acquisition. The indication appears top left.
To freeze the page.
To display or hide the concealed information (games solutions).
To zoom the page.
LIST
To save and display your favourite pages.
MIX
To mix teletext with video pictures.
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OPERATION
EPG (Electronic Programme Guide)
The EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) menu is used to look at what is
being broadcast on a DTV or Radio channel at a later point in time.
Press the EPG button to access the EPG menu, t he detailed programme
information of the channel currently being viewed will be displayed.
PROGRAMME GUIDE
20 Feb 2006 16:07
DTV 801 France 4
1555.1625 Last Exit
20 Feb
800
801
802
803
804
805
DTV
France 2
France 4
France 5
ARTE
LCP
France 3
EXIT
INFO
16:00
Last Exit
17:00
Information
Movie 1
Programme 2
Programme 3
Programme 4
Programme 5
Schedule
DATE
Reminder
OK
To see what is going to be broadcast after the current programme, press the
button to view future programmes and press the
button to return towards
the programmes televised at the current time.
To view a different channel, press the or button. To book a wanted
programme for later watching, press the blue button to enter Reminder menu.
Press the green button to enter the schedule list.
To exit the EPG menu and watch the selected channel, press the EPG
or EXIT button.
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OPERATION
MENU OPERATION
1.CHANNEL MENU
The first item of the menu is CHANNEL menu( for TV source only).
CHANNEL
Auto Tuning
DTV Manual Tuning
ATV Manual Tuning
Programme Edit
MENU
EXIT
OK
You can search channels and edit programs here.
1).Auto Tuning:Search all the channels automatically(ATV, DTV & Radio)
Please select country first
then select Start to update info
Country selection
Australia
Start
Cancel
Press the
buttons to select country then press the
buttons to select start or
cancel.
Press the OK button to start or exit auto tuning .
NOTE: All the channels including ATV, DTV and Radio can be tuned at the one time .
2).DTV Manual Tuning: You can select a DTV channel then find the program in this
channel.
DTV Manual Tuning
UHF CH
30
Please select channel then
press OK to search
Bad
EXIT
Nomal
OK
Good
MENU
Press the
buttons to select the channel , then press the OK button to search
the programs .
NOTE: Bad Normal Good refers to the signal intensity.
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OPERATION
3). ATV Manual Tuning :You can change the sound system to search the analog
TV channels and fine tune the channels, then store the channels you selected.
ATV Manual Tuning
Storage To
System
BG
Current CH
1
Search
Fine-Tune
Skip
Yes
Frequency 255.25MHz
EXIT
SAVE
Storage To: To select the channel number you want to save to.
System: To select the TV sound system.
Current CH: To select the current channel.
Search: To search backward/forward.
Fine-Tune: To fine tuning when the signal level of current channel is weak.
Skip: When it set to Yes, the current channel will be skipped while you are
changing channels by pressing the CH+ or CH- buttons.
Press the red button to store the channel after manual tuning .
4). Programme Edit: You can edit programs in the following items.
Delete
Press the red button, it will shows a red delete cursor.
Press the
buttons to choose the program.
Press the red button again, the program will be deleted.
Rename
You can only rename ATV programs.
Move the cursor to the program, press the green button to rename the program,
Press the TV MENU button to exit edit , Press the EXIT button to exit the menu.
Move
Move the cursor to the program, press the yellow button, it will show a yellow
cursor, Press the
buttons to move the program.
Skip
Press the
buttons to choose the program, then press the blue button to skip
this program, the SKIP icon will show on the right side of the program.
Choose the skipped program and press the blue button again to cancel skip, the
SKIP icon will disappear.
FAV
Press the
buttons to choose the program, press the FAV button, it will show
on the right side of the program.Choose the FAV program and press the FAV button
again to cancel FAV, the icon will disappear .
Once your favourite group is created,you can press the FAV button to quickly access
your favourite channel list.
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OPERATION
2. PICTURE MENU
The second item of the menu is PICTURE menu.
You can adjust picture effect here, including contrast, brightness and colour as
well as other picture functions.
Press the
buttons to select items and press the
buttons to adjust.
PICTURE
Picture Mode
PICTURE
Dynamic
Colour Temp
Normal
Red
Contrast
70
Green
Brightness
70
Blue
Colour
70
Aspect Ratio
70
70
70
16:9
Sharpness
70
Noise Reduction
ON
Tint
0
MENU
EXIT
MENU
EXIT
OK
(1)
OK
(2)
PICTURE
PICTURE
PC Setup
Auto Adjust
H-Position
Clock
70
70
70
Phase
70
V-Position
EXIT
MENU
MENU
EXIT
OK
(3)
NOTE:
1).Tint is available in NTSC system only.
2).PC Setup is available in VGA mode only.
OK
(4)
3.SOUND MENU
The third item of the menu is the SOUND menu.
You can adjust the sound effect here, including treble, bass and balance as well
as other sound functions.
Press the
buttons to select and press the
buttons to adjust.
SOUND
Sound Mode
Standard
Treble
50
50
0
Bass
Balance
Surround Sound
EXIT
MENU
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Off
OK
OPERATION
4.TIME MENU
The forth item of the menu is the TIME menu.
You can adjust the clock, power on/off time, sleep timer and time zone as well as
other time clock functions.
Press the
buttons to select and press the
buttons to adjust.
TIME
Clock
Off Time
Off
On Time
Off
Sleep Timer
Off
Auto Sleep
Time Zone
Off
New South Wales GMT +10
MENU
EXIT
OK
NOTE:
When the Auto Sleep is set to ON, the unit will turn to standby mode automatically
if there is no signal input for a period of about 15 minutes.
5.DEFAULT MENU
The fifth item of the MENU is the DEFAULT menu.
In this menu, you can adjust the Hearing impaired function only.
DEFAULT
Menu Language
English
Audio Language
English
Subtitle Language
English
Hearing impaired
Country
EXIT
Off
Australia
MENU
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OK
OPERATION
6.LOCK MENU
The sixth item of the menu is the LOCK menu.
You can lock system, set password, block program, set parental guidance, restore
factory default and set maximum volume control.
LOCK
Lock System
Off
Change Password
Block Programme
Parental Guidance
Off
Restore Factory Default
Max Volume
EXIT
100
MENU
OK
To enter the LOCK menu, the password will be requested, the default password is 6666
LOCK System:
Press the
buttons to turn ON or OFF. If it is set to ON, you will be asked to enter
password when searching the channels .
Change Password:
Press the
or OK button and enter the new password.
Block Programme:
Press the or OK button to enter the program list.
Press the
buttons to select the channel you want to lock then press the green
button to lock, the lock icon will appear behind the locked channel.
To unlock the channel, select the locked channel and press the green button again,
the lock icon will disappear.
Parental Guidance:
Press the
buttons to set the program rating to block some programs.
Restore Factory Default:
Press the
or OK button to restore,this operation will reset the unit to factory
default and all the settings and stored channels will be cleared.
Max Volume:
Press the
buttons to set the maximum volume.
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TROUBLESHOOTINGS
Problem
Check
Picture
Audio
Snow
Noise
antenna position, direction
or connection
Ghost
Normal audio
antenna position, direction
or connection
Interference
Noise
electronic equipment,car/
motorcycle,fluorescent light
Normal Picture
Mute
Volume(check if mute is
activated or if the audio system
connections are not correct)
No picture
Mute
Power cord is not inserted
Power switch is not opened
Contrast and brightness/volume
setup
Press standby key on the remote
control for inspecting
No colour
Normal audio
Colour control
Picture
breaking up
Normal audio
or weak
Retune channel
No colour
Noise
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TV system
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
LCD :
Vie wIng Picture Size(diagonal)
26
Resolution
1366x768
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Display colours
16.2M
Brightness
400 CD/M
Contrast ratio
800:1
Response time
8 ms
View angle
160(H)/150(V)
2
TV:
TV system
DVB-T decode
DVB-T de-modulation
Digital TV: DVB-T
Analog TV: PAL/SECAM
Audio: MPEG2 Audio Layer I&II
Video: MPEG2 Transport MP@HL
Demodulator : COFDM
OFDM Mod.: 2K, 8K FFT, SFN and MFN
Packed Carries: 2K/8K
Guard Interval: 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32
Terminals:
Analog RGB(VGA) Input
Rear HDMI Input
1
Side HDMI Input
2
1
Rear Composite Video Input
1
Rear S-Video Input
1
Rear Audio Input
3
Y Cb(Pb) Cr(Pr) Input
Side Composite Video Input
1
Side S-Video Input
1
1
Side HEAD PHONE Output
Rear Composite Video Output
Analog Audio Output
1
Coaxial SPDIF Output
1
1
1
Others:
Input Power Voltage
100V-240V~ 50/60Hz
Power Consumption
130W
Audio O utput P owe r THD 7% )
2x 8W
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WARRANTY
Please keep your receipt as proof of purchase. This product is under one year
warranty for any defects in the materials or workmanship, after the original date of
purchase. This product is for normal domestic and office use only. This warranty does
not cover damage from misuse or neglect, accidental damage, vermin infestation,
excessive voltages such us lightning or power surges or any alteration that affects the
performance or reliability of the product.
In the unlikely event that your product fails to work normally, please contact Bush
Warranty on 1800 509 394 (Australia) or 0800 450 259 (New Zealand) and have
your receipt of purchase on hand.
This warranty is subject to the following provisions:
It is only valid within boundaries of the country of purchase;
The product must be correctly assembled and operated in accordance with the
Instructions contained in the manual;
This product must be used solely for domestic purposes;
The warranty does not cover accidental damage;
The warranty will be rendered invalid if the product is resold or has been damaged
By inexpert repair;
The manufacturer disclaims any liability for incidental or consequential damaged.
This warranty is in addition to, and does not diminish, your statutory or legal
rights.
PO BOX 6287
Silverwater NSW 1811
www.bushaustralia.com.au
Bush Warranty: 1800 509 394 Australia
Bush Warranty: 0800 450 259 New Zealand
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