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Part No.: RN0342G0309
English
LED LCD TV
User’s Manual
Model Number.
LED42A55R120Q
Please register your product at www.rca.com
Please keep your sales receipt and keep the record of
the serial number and the date of purchase in order to
receive warranty parts and service.
The serial number is located at the back of the TV.
Child Safety Guide
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Child Safety Guide
Use una montura que se ha recomendado por el fabricante de monitor
y/o listado por un laboratorio independiente (como UL, CSA, ETL).
Siga todas las instrucciones ofrecidas por el fabricante de monitor
y montaje de pared.
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Table of Contents
Child Safety Guide ........................................................................................................................................1
Caution and Warning ................................................................................................................................... 5
FCC Notice ..................................................................................................................................................... 5
Safety Precautions .................................................................................................................................... 6,7
Preparation for Your New TV...................................................................................................................... 8
Check Accessories ...................................................................................................................................... 8
Setup TV Table Stand .................................................................................................................................. 8
Select TV Location ...................................................................................................................................... 8
Connection and Using .................................................................................................................................. 8
TV Stand Installation .................................................................................................................................... 9
TV Signal Connection ..................................................................................................................................10
Cable Connections ...................................................................................................................................... 11
Side Panel Connections ............................................................................................................................. 12
Connecting AV Composite Video device (Good Video Quality) ........................................................................ 12
Connecting YPbPr Component device (Better Video Quality) .......................................................................... 13
Connecting HDMI device (Best Video Quality) ............................................................................................... 14
Connecting a Computer ............................................................................................................................... 15
How to Obtain Various Kinds of Input Sources .............................................................................................. 15
TV Jacks Explanation ................................................................................................................................. 16
Side Keypad and Front Panel ................................................................................................................... 17
Side Panel Buttons ...................................................................................................................................... 17
Front Panel ................................................................................................................................................. 17
Remote Control Instructions...................................................................................................................... 18
Inserting Batteries in the Remote ................................................................................................................. 18
Remote Control Reception Angle ................................................................................................................. 18
Learning about Remote Control ............................................................................................................... 19
Remote Control Buttons .............................................................................................................................. 19
Initial Setup ................................................................................................................................................... 20
Basic Operations ......................................................................................................................................... 21
Turning On and Off ...................................................................................................................................... 21
Choosing TV Channel .................................................................................................................................. 21
Selecting Input Source ................................................................................................................................. 21
Adjusting TV Stand Angle ............................................................................................................................. 21
Channel Bar ............................................................................................................................................... 22
Adjusting Volume ....................................................................................................................................... 22
EPG (Electronic Program Guide) ................................................................................................................. 22
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Table of Contents
OSD Menu Operations .............................................................................................................................. 23
Adjust the OSD Screen .............................................................................................................................. 23
Picture Menu ............................................................................................................................................. 23
Sound Menu ............................................................................................................................................. 26
Channel Menu ........................................................................................................................................... 27
Parental Menu ........................................................................................................................................... 28
Setup Menu................................................................................................................................................. 32
Others Menu ............................................................................................................................................. 34
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) ...................................................................................................... 35
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................................................... 36
V-Chip Rating Explanations ..................................................................................................................... 38
US V-Chip Rating System ........................................................................................................................... 38
Canadian English Rating System ................................................................................................................. 38
Canadian French Rating System ................................................................................................................. 39
Wall Mounting Unit Specification ............................................................................................................. 40
Product Specification.................................................................................................................................. 41
Warranty Card ............................................................................................................................................... 42
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Caution and Warning
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
Caution: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove cover or back. No user-serviceable parts inside.
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
The lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol, within an equilateral triangle
is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated dangerous
voltage within the product enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to
consitute a risk of electric shock.
The exclamation point within an
equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the TV.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN
OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS NOT EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY THE PARTY RESPONSIBLE FOR
COMPLIANCE WITH THE FCC RULES COULD AVOID THE USERS AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THIS
EQUIPMENT.
FCC Notice
FCC Information
This equipment has been tested and found to comply 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, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio Communications. 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:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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Safety Precautions
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water. For example, do not use near a laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming
pool, and the like.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Slots and openings in
the cabinet back or bottom are provided for ventilation, to ensure reliable operation of the TV and to protect it from
overheating. These openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the TV
on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
9. Do not defeat 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 is
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with 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 injury from tip-over. A TV and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops,
excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the TV and cart combination to overturn.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. For added protection for this TV
receiver during a lightning storm, or when it is left unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and
disconnect antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the TV due to lightning and power line surges.
14. Refer all servicing to 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 the apparatus, the
appratus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
15. This TV should be operated only from the type of power supply indicated on the rating label. If customer is not sure the
type of power supply in your home, consult your appliance dealer or local power company. For TV remote control battery
power, refer to the operating instructions.
16. The TV set shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing. No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on
the TV set.
17. Never push objects of any kind into this TV through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage or other electrical
parts that could result in fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind into the TV.
18. Unplug the TV from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aero cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
19. This TV should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat resource. This TV should not be placed in a built-in
installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer's instructions have been
adhered to.
20. Do not place this TV on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The TV may fall, causing serious injury to
someone, and serious damage to the appliance.
21. Do not attempt to service this TV by yourself because opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous high
voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
22. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
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Safety Precautions
23. WARNING: To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely attached to the floor/wall in accordance with the
installation instructions.
24. To reduce the risk of electric shock, the grounding of center pin of plug must be maintained.
25. If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the TV, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded to provide
some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA NO.70, provides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure,
grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna discharge
unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrodes. (See figure A.)
ANTENNA
LEAD IN
WI RE
GROUND CLAMP
AN T E N N A
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
G R O U N D I N G C O N D U C T O RS
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
GR O U N D C L A M P S
ELECTRIC SERVICE
EQUIPMEN T
P O W E R S E R V I C E G R O U N D I NG
EL E C T R O D E S Y S T EM
( N E C A R T 2 5 0 , P A R T H)
Figure A
Safety Strap
Caution: Pushing, pulling or climbing on the TV may cause the TV falling. Do not let chlidren climb or hang on the TV.
Always place the TV on a sturdy, level, stable surface that can hold the weight of TV. And if possible, secure the TV
according to the instruction below (Note: The fastening components such as screws are not supplied with TV).
Step one: Insert the M6 mounting screws into the upper two wall mounting screw holes and fasten them (Figure B).
Step two: Insert anchors to wall and connect the bolts and anchors with ropes or chains (Figure C).
Wall
M6 Screws
Figure B
Figure C
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Preparation for Your New TV
Before Turning On TV
Check Accessories
Check the accessories that are packed with your TV.
REMOTE CONTROL
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BOTTOM SCREWS
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CH . LIST
English
LED LCD TV
User’s Manual
PWA4 x 12mm, 6pcs
Part# RS01PWA412H
PICTURE
QUICK START
GUIDE
USER’S
GUIDE
Model Number.
LED42A55R120Q
Please register your product at www.rca.com
Please keep your sales receipt and keep the record of
the serial number and the date of purchase in order to
receive warranty parts and service.
The serial number is located at the back of the TV.
THE BOTTOM OF TV STAND
Remote Control Guide
Program Your Universal Cable
or Satellite Remote Control to
Operate Your New RCA TV!
SOUND
CH . LIST
If you would like to program your other
household remote controls to your new RCA
television, please consult the User’s Manual
supplied by your Cable or Satellite provider.
The Cable or Satellite providers’ User’s Manuals
should include instructions on how to program
their remote to your television.
Below is a list of RCA codes for the most
common Cable and Satellite providers.
Use the RCA code that is associated with your
Cable or Satellite provider (if applicable).
DIRECTV..........................0178,10178
PICTURE
SOUND
Time Warner Cable...........0178,10178
Comcast..................................10178
Cox Communications..................0178
Dish Network.............................627
REMOTE CONTROL
GUIDE
Fios Verizon.....0205,0057,0493,0775
If the RCA code associated with your Cable or
Satellite provider is not listed above, if the code
above does not work, or if you can not locate the
instructions for programming your household
remote to your television, call your local Cable or
Satellite provider’s customer service center.
This is for U.S. customers
Setup TV Table Stand
Please refer to TV Stand Installation guide in next page to carry out stand installing.
Select TV Location
Select a flat, stable table to place your TV set. Please follow the Safety Instructions when placing the TV.
Connection and Using
After placing your TV properly, you can connect the TV with power supply and cable components. For further information, see page
12 to page 15.
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Note: Above accessories are subject to change without notice.
TV Stand Installation
TV LED42A55R120Q is packaged with the base of TV stand separated from the cabinet. To setup the base of TV table stand, please
carry out the installation according to the instructions below.
Step One
Place the TV faced down on a soft cloth or cushion to prevent the LED LCD panel from being damaged.
Note:
1. The LED LCD panel can be scratched easily, so please choose an absolutely flat surface to place the TV, and use soft cloth or
cushion to protect the TV panel. Do not put TV on table directly.
2. Always unplug the AC cord first when installing or removing the stand.
TV Back cabinet
Step Two
Take the base of stand. You should take notice of direction about base installation,
please refer to the picture given right side:
TV Front cabinet
Step Three
Please align six holes of the base and six screwholes of the neck (align the location labels on the back of base and neck),
then insert the base to the neck.
Step Four
Then insert PWA4*12 screws (all same in size) and tighten them.
Please refer to the picture given below:
Pedestal Screws Quantity
The bottom view of the TV ( Front cabinet faces down)
PWA4 x 12mm
6pcs
Part #
RS01PWA412H
Note:
1. Be sure to follow the instructions. Incorrect installation of the stand may result in the TV falling over.
2. Make sure to distinguish between the front and back of the Stand base.
3. Make sure that at least two persons lift and move the TV.
! Do not insert your fingers into the stand base slot of the TV when installing the stand base.
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TV Signal Connection
The first step in connecting your TV is obtaining the signal. Your TV LED42A55R120Q has a side panel, which allows you to receive
analog and/or digital television channels via ANT/CABLE jack.
Before connecting your TV, determine using an antenna or a cable service to obtain the signal.
A. Antenna
Connect the antenna to TV via coaxial cable on ANT/CABLE jack of the side panel. You are ready to receive air local digital and
analog channels.
B. Cable TV service
Connect the cable TV wall jack to TV via coaxial cable on ANT/CABLE jack of the side panel. You are ready to receive off-air local
digital and analog channels.
C. Set-Top Box
If you use a set-top box, you may need to call your cable company or satellite service provider, which use a special connection,
please refer to the user’s guide of set-top box.
Note: Do not plug the AC cord until you have accomplished all the connections.
Cable TV
Antenna
WALL
OUTLET
AC Power Cord
(Connect after all the other connections are done.)
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Or
ANT/
CABLE
AC
100V-240V
50-60Hz
Cable Connections
Choose Your Connections
TV supports various connections to other devices (such as DVD, VCR, Set-top box, etc.). Please follow the table to choose the
cables which adapt to your device.
Jacks
Cables
Further Information
Go to page 12
AV IN VIDEO, R-AUDIO-L
Video/Audio cable
Audio Cable
Go to page 13
COMPONENT IN Y, Pb, Pr
R-AUDIO-L
COMPONENT video cable
HDMI-DVI cable
HDMI IN 1/DVI, 2, 3, 4
Go to page 14
HDMI cable
Audio cable with 3.5mm terminal
Go to page 15
PC SOUND/DVI
VGA
VGA cable
Note:
HDMI, the HDMI logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC
Caution:
Unplug the AC cord when you connect other devices to TV.
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Side Panel Connections
Connecting AV Composite device (Good Video Quality)
To connect a composite AV device, such as a DVD player, follow these steps:
1. Connect the VIDEO jack on the back of TV to the video output jacks of device via video cable (yellow).
2. Connect the R-AUDIO-L jacks on the back of TV to the audio output jacks of device via audio cable.
Notice the left channel jack and plugs are white and the right channel jack and plugs are red.
Note: AV signal belongs to composite video. This kind of video signal has regular good display quality.
Composite Video Connection
The picture below is an example of a connection using the composite video jack.
The back of TV
Video
HDMI
R
Audio
L
Audio
L
R
Pr
Pb
Y
The output panel of other device
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Side Panel Connections
Connecting YPbPr Component device (Better Video Quality)
To connect a component device, such as a DVD player, follow these steps:
1. Connect the COMPONENT IN Y/Pb/Pr jack on the side of TV to the video output jacks of device via video cable (green,
blue and red).
2. Connect the AUDIO IN R-AUDIO-L jacks on the side of TV to the audio output jacks of device via audio cable.
Notice the left channel jack and plugs are white and the right channel jack and plugs are red.
Note: Y/Pb/Pr jacks are component video. This kind of video signal has better display quality.
Component Video Connection
The picture below is an example of a connection using the component video jack.
The back of TV
Audio
L
R
Video
Pr
Pb
HDMI
Y
Audio
L
R
The output panel of other device
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Side Panel Connections
Connecting HDMI device (Best Video Quality)
To connect a HDMI device, such as a DVD player, please Connect the HDMI 1/DVI, 2, 3, or 4 jack on the back of TV to
the output jacks of device via HDMI cable.
To connect a DVI device, such as a computer via DVI port of PC and HDMI jack of TV:
1. Connect the HDMI 1/DVI, 2, 3, or 4 jack on the back of TV to the DVI port of PC via HDMI-DVI cable.
2. Connect the SOUND/DVI jack on the side of TV to the audio output jack of computer with audio cable (3.5mm stereo jack).
To connect a DVI device, other AV device via DVI port of device and HDMI jack of TV:
1. Connect the HDMI 1/DVI, 2, 3, or 4 jack on the back of TV to the DVI port of device via HDMI-DVI cable.
2. Connect the SOUND/DVI jack on the back of TV to the audio output jack of device with audio cable (dual-channel RCA
jacks to 3.5mm stereo jack).
Note: 1. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a compact audio/video interface for transmitting uncompressed digital
data. It carries the audio and video signal via the same cable and has the best display quality.
2. HDMI-DVI cable transfers only video signal from DVI port of DVI device to HDMI jack of TV. For audio signal, please
connect audio output to SOUND/DVI on TV back panel.
HDMI Connection
HDMI
Audio
L
R
Audio
L
R
Pr
Video
Pb
Y
The picture below is an example of a connection using the HDMI video jack.
The output panel of HDMI device
Speaker or
headphone
DVI
The back of TV
Audio Out
L
R
DVI
PC
The output panel of other AV device
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Side Panel Connections
Connecting a computer
To connect a computer, follow these steps:
1. Connect the PC INPUT VGA port on the back of TV to the VGA output jack of device via D-sub 15-pin cable.
2. Connect the SOUND/DVI jack on the back of TV to the audio output jack of computer with audio cable (3.5mm).
Note: If you want to use your TV as a monitor, please notice that the maximum resolution for LED42A55R120Q is 1920*1080.
Please set the computer graphic correctly.
PC Connection
The picture below is an example of a connection using your TV as a PC monitor.
Speaker or
headphone
VGA
The back of TV
How to Obtain Various Kinds of Input Sources
PC
After connection is done, press INPUT button on remote control or TV top panel to choose the input source you need.
See page 21, Basic Operation of TV.
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TV Jacks Explanation
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT: Connect a coaxial cable for digital audio output.
SOUND/DVI: Use to obtain sound when a PC is connected to TV. Use 3.5mm stereo mini-pin
cable to connect PC to TV.
ANT/CABLE: Connect to receive the signal from your antenna or cable via coaxial cable.
PC INPUT VGA: Connect your computer or other device with a VGA output to this jack using a 15-pin,
D-sub cable.
COMPONENT IN Y/Pb/Pr, R-AUDIO-L: Connect a device that has component video jacks, such as a DVD
player. To access device connected to the Y/Pb/Pr jack, press the INPUT button on your remote; then press
the up/down arrow to select Component. Press the ENTER button at last to confirm.
• Y/Pb/Pr (Component Video): They provide good picture quality because the video signal is separated
into three components. Use three video-grade or component video cables for the connection. When using
Y/Pb/Pr, make sure you connect left and right audio cables to the Audio L and Audio R jacks.
Note: The VIDEO (AV), COMPONENT IN input (Y, Pb, Pr) share the same audio input jacks R-AUDIO-L.
AV IN VIDEO, R-AUDIO-L: Connect an AV device that has composite video jacks, such as a VCR
or a DVD player. To access device connected to these jacks, press the INPUT button on your
remote; then press the up/down arrow to select AV. Press the ENTER button at last to confirm.
• AUDIO-L: Left audio channel connection. The left audio connector is usually white. For mono audio sources, be sure to
use the left AUDIO INPUT.
• AUDIO-R: Right audio channel connection. The right audio connector is usually red.
AUDIO OUT: Connect double-channel coaxial cables for analog audio output.
Note: DIGITAL AUDIO OUT and AUDIO OUT are supposed to be connected to audio power amplifier, which provides
smoother and more powerful sound performance.
HDMI IN 1/DVI, 2, 3, 4: (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) It provides an uncompressed digital connection that carries
both video and audio data by way of an integrated mini-plug cable.
SERVICE: For service use only. Do not connect any device.
HEAD PHONE: Connect a 3.5mm headphone for personal audio.
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Side Keypad and Front Panel
Side Keypad Buttons
If you cannot locate your remote, you can use the side keypad buttons on your TV to operate many TV features.
INPUT: Displays the Source Select List.
MENU: Displays the TV Main Menu.
CH : Scans up through the channel list. In the TV menu system, it acts like the up arrow on the remote control and
can be used to select menu options.
CH : Scans down through the channel list. In the TV menu system, it acts like the down arrow on the remote control
and can be used to select menu options.
VOL+: Increases the volume. In the TV menu system, it acts like the right arrow on the remote control and can be used
to select menu options.
VOL-: Decreases the volume. In the TV menu system, it acts like the left arrow on the remote control and can be used
to select menu options.
POWER (
): Turns the TV on and off.
Front Panel
About remote control working distance and angel, see page 18.
Power/Standby Indicator: Light up in red when the TV is in standby mode. Light out when the TV is on.
Remote Control Sensor: Remote control IR sensor, which receives infrared ray sent by remote control.
Remote Control Sensor
Power/Standby Indicator
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Remote Control Instructions
Inserting Batteries in the Remote
• Remove the cover of battery cabin on the back of the remote control by lifting the cover.
• Insert two AAA batteries, making sure the polarities (+ and -) are aligned correctly.
• Place the cover back.
If the remote control does not work, check these points:
CAUTION:
• Are the polarities (+, -) correct?
• Used batteries should be recycled.
• Are the batteries worn out?
• Keep out of children’s reach.
• Is there an AC power failure?
• Is the power cord plugged in?
• DO NOT use new and old batteries together.
• Change both the batteries at the same time.
• Is there any interference or block near the remote
control sensor?
• When not using the remote control for a long time,
remove the batteries from the unit.
Remote Control Reception Angle
Use your remote control within the distance and angle range shown below.
Universal Remote Control Code List
For Universal Remote Control brands listed below, please
use accompanying codes and refer to your Universal
Remote Control User Manual for basic Instruction
for changing TV code to operate the TV model.
20 feet
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Codes for DIRECTV: 0178, 10178
Codes for Time Warner Cable: 0178, 10178
Codes for Cox Communications: 0178
Codes for Comcast: 10178
Codes for Dish Network: 627
Codes for Fios Verizon: 0205, 0057, 0493, 0775
Learning about Remote Control
Remote Control Buttons
MUTE (
): Reduces the TV volume to its minimum level. Press again to restore the volume.
POWER (
): Turns the TV on or off.
CH . LIST
CH.LIST: Displays the channel list.
FAV.: Adds the current channel to your favorite list, or erases the current channel from
your favorite list (if this channel is a favorite channel already).
FAV.+ or FAV.- : Scans up or down through the current favorite channel list.
Numeric Buttons: Use these buttons to enter numbers.
“ ”: To enter a digital channel with a sub-channel, enter the main channel; then, press this
button to enter the sub-channel and press ENTER.
Recall ( ): Returns to the previous channel.
EPG: Shows Electronic Program Guide (see page 22).
INPUT: Accesses the available input channels (TV, AV, Component, HDMI 1/2/3/4, PC).
Use the arrows to highlight options, and press ENTER to select.
): Uses the four arrows to highlight different items in the TV menu or
change the value. The up/down arrow can also work as CH /CH
button, and the left/right arrow can also work as VOL-/VOL+ button.
ENTER: Enter and confirm button.
MENU: Accesses the Main Menu, or return to the upper level of a sub-menu.
Arrows (
/
/
/
FREEZE : Freeze the current screen frame, press again to return to normal.
DISPLAY: Displays the Channel Bar (see page 22).
EXIT: Exits the current menu or function.
VOL+ or VOL-: Increases or decreases the TV volume.
CH or CH : Scans up or down through the current channel list. Press once to change
the channel up or down; press and hold to continue changing channels.
PICTURE
SOUND
PICTURE: Switches between the preset picture mode (see page 23).
SOUND: Switches between the preset sound mode (see page 26).
SLEEP: Selects the sleep timer, after which the TV will shut off automatically.
ASPECT: Switches between the preset screen size mode (see page 24).
CC: Selects the closed caption.
MTS: Selects the multi-channel television sound.
NOTE : The keys not listed are for DVD control, they are not available for this TV model.
Remote control part number RE20QP80
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Initial Setup
If it is the first time you turn on your TV, or you have done Clear Channel List option (see page 31), the initial setup menu appears
automatically.
Initial Setup
Initial Setup
Initial Setup
Signal Type
Please select Menu Language
Please select Home mode if you are installing
this TV at home
Please choose between Energy Saving and
Dynamic mode. You can save more energy with
Energy Saving
Please select your channel scan type
Initial Setup
Initial Setup Wizard will assist you in configuring
basic Settings
English
Next
SELECT
Execute
Home
Execute
Energy Saving
Execute
Air
Execute
French
Execute
Retail
Execute
Dynamic
Execute
Cable
Execute
Press ENTER/RIGHT to go to next page, MENU to
return previous page, UP/DOWN to select
Press ENTER/RIGHT to go to next page
MOVE
Execute
Spanish
: Exit
MOVE
Press ENTER/RIGHT to go to next page, MENU to
return previous page, UP/DOWN to select
: Exit
SELECT
MOVE
SELECT
: Exit
Press ENTER/RIGHT to go to next page, MENU to
return previous page, UP/DOWN to select
MOVE
SELECT
Press ENTER/RIGHT to go to next page, MENU to
return previous page, UP/DOWN to select
: Exit
MOVE
SELECT
Step One
Please select Menu Language, press the up/down arrow select the language you need.
Available languages: English, Spanish and French.
Step Two
Please select the TV installation mode, press the up/down arrow select the mode you need: Home, Retail.
If you select Home mode, the next option is step three. If you select Retail mode, please refer the step four.
Step Three
Please choose between Energy Saving and Dynamic mode. You can save more energy with Energy Saving.
Step Four
To choose your TV tuner signal type, press the up/down arrow select the signal type: Air, Cable.
Note: please select TV signal type according to the antenna or cable closed circuit TV you use.
Step Five
If you accomplish the initial setup, the TV will search channels automatically.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
PARENTAL
SETUP
SETUP
OTHERS
OTHERS
AUTO CHANNEL SEARCH
Now Searching... Please Wait...
Return
Analog Channels Found:
1
Digital Channels Found:
0
3%
Press MENU to skip analog signal scanning and
ENTER/EXIT to exit
MOVE
SELECT
: Exit
What to notice:
1. The channel search access starts from the Analog TV channel searching and ends at Digital TV channel searching.
2. The channels that have been found will be stored automatically.
3. You can press MENU button to skip analog/digital channel searching.
4. You can press ENTER/EXIT button to end the channel searching.
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: Exit
Basic Operations
Turning On and Off
Connect the AC cord to power the LED LCD TV. At this time the TV will enter standby mode and power indicator will turn red.
Use Power button ( ) on the top panel of TV or on the remote control to turn on the TV. After switching off the TV for 5 seconds,
you can turn on TV again.
Choosing TV Channel
Tuning To Analog Channels
An analog channel has a channel number beginning with “A”. Input the digital number with numeric buttons directly and press
ENTER button to confirm.
For example, to watch analog channel “A51”, press “5”, “1”, “ENTER” on remote control in sequence.
Note: Although there is no analog TV signal available in America, we reserve ATV functions for some expansible use.
Tuning To Digital Channels
A digital channel has a channel number beginning with “D”. Input the main digital number with numeric buttons directly, then press
“
” button on remote control, and input the sub number at last.
For example, to watch analog channel “D31-1”, press “3”, “1”, “
”, “1”, “ENTER” on remote control in sequence.
Changing Channels Directly
You can use CH button to increase channel number and CH to decrease channel number. When no OSD (On Screen
Display) is used, the up/down arrows can also work as CH /CH buttons.
Selecting Input Source
Source Select
TV
Press INPUT button on remote control to display Source Select list.
Use up/down arrows to highlight the source you need and press ENTER to confirm.
AV
Component
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
HDMI 4
PC
Adjusting TV Stand Angle
The TV cabinet can manually adjust to left or right for 30 degrees from the center.
You can adjust the angle for the best viewing effect and comfort.
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Basic Operations
Channel Bar
Press the DISPLAY button on the remote control, the channel bar will appear on the top right corner of the screen. It displays the
current channel’s information. The following list describes the items on the channel bar.
A2
Air
D50 - 1
Air
MTV
KOCE-HD
English
1080i
Oct-31 23:14 Mon
Mono
480i
Oct-31 23.14 Mon
ATV
A2/D50-1
MTV/KOCE-HD
Mono/English
480i/1080i
16:9/CC/TV-PG
DTV
If the channel is analog, A is displayed. If it’s a digital channel, D is displayed. For example, in the pictures
above, A2 is an analog channel, and D50-1 is a digital channel ( -1 is a sub-channel number).
Displays the channel label.
Displays whether the current channel is being broadcasted in stereo or mono. If the current channel is digital,
this space will be SAP (Second Audio Program) language.
Displays the signal resolution.
Displays the screen aspect ratio, closed caption and TV rating level of the current program or channel.
These are only available for digital channels.
Oct-31 23:14 Mon Displays current date and time.
Adjusting Volume
Press the VOL+/VOL- button on the remote control to adjust the volume. If you want to switch sound off, press MUTE (
When OSD (On Screen Display) is not used, the arrows left/right can also work as VOL-/VOL+ buttons.
EPG (Electronic Program Guide)
Press EPG button on the remote control, the electronic program guide will appear in the center of screen.
The electronic program guide gives the TV program playing project. You can use left/right arrows to switch pages.
D50 - 1
KOCE-HD
Page 1/2
Smart Travels - Pacific Rim with Rudy Maxa
23 : 00 - 23 : 30
Stockholm & Sweden is a natural-born beauty, winning us over with
luxuriant landscapes and sleek Scandinavian style. We cruise through Stockholm’s
sun-dappled archipelago, visit a designer hotel and sip cocktails in the trendy Ice Bar
(a lounge...
MENU
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:Return
:Page
).
OSD Menu Operations
Adjust the OSD Screen
The OSD (On Screen Display) menu enables you to approach to the TV functions.
To use OSD menu system, press MENU button on remote control, then use left/right arrow to highlight an option from PICTURE,
SOUND, CHANNEL, PARENTAL, SETUP or OTHERS and press ENTER/down button.
Press the up and down arrow to move to a different option within each menu. If necessary, press ENTER or right arrow to display
the choices of the option you’ve highlighted. If available, use the text at the bottom of each screen for help. To return to the
previous menu, press the MENU button.
To exit the OSD menu:
• Press the EXIT button. The menu will clear from the screen.
• Press the MENU button repeatedly until the menus disappear.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
Picture Menu
The Picture Menu contains menus and controls to configure the way the picture appears. The Picture Menu options apply to the
video for the main TV and VIDEO INPUT selections. All picture options can be applied to each input.
Press MENU on the remote. Select Picture from the Main menu. Press the ENTER/down button to proceed to PICTURE menu.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
PICTURE
Use up/down to choose the function you need, press
ENTER or right arrow to adjust or enter a sub-menu. The
sub-menu image and explanation are shown below.
Picture Settings
Screen Size
Wide
PC Settings
Color Temperature
Warm
Advanced Picture Settings
If available, use the text at the bottom of each screen for
help.
Adjust settings to affect picture quality.
MOVE
SELECT
: Exit
Picture Settings
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
PICTURE SETTINGS
Picture Mode
Standard
Brightness
50
Contrast
50
Color
50
Tint
0
Sharpness
50
Adjust picture mode to change picture
appearance.
MOVE
SELECT
: Exit
Picture Mode: Choose the preset visual mode of your
TV: Standard, Movie, User, Dynamic, Power Saving.
(Only in User mode you can adjust Brightness, Contrast,
Color, Tint and Sharpness. Changes to Power Saving
mode can decrease the power consumption.)
• Brightness: Adjust the brightness of picture.
• Contrast: Adjust the contrast of color.
• Color: Adjust the richness of color.
• Tint: Adjust the balance between red and green level
(only available in NTSC signal).
• Sharpness: Adjust the sharpness level of picture.
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OSD Menu Operations
Screen Size
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
PICTURE
Picture Settings
Screen Size
Screen Size: Select a screen aspect ratio.
(Available ratio: Wide, Cinema, Zoom, and Normal.)
Please choose the ratio that applies to your video
signal format best.
Wide
PC Settings
Color Temperature
Warm
Advanced Picture Settings
Adjust settings to affect picture quality.
MOVE
: Exit
SELECT
PC Settings (only available in PC mode)
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
PC SETTINGS
Auto Adjust
Execute
Horizontal Position
-5
Vertical Position
0
Clock
0
Phase
19
Reset
•
•
•
•
•
•
Auto Adjust: Adjust the PC picture display automatically.
Horizontal Position: Adjust the horizontal position of picture.
Vertical Position: Adjust the vertical position of picture.
Clock: Adjust the clock of picture.
Phase: Adjust the phase of picture.
Reset: Reset all the PC picture settings to factory default.
Execute
Adjust to the PC signal timing automatically
when ON.
MOVE
SELECT
: Exit
Color Temperature
This option allows you to select one of three automatic color adjustments: Cool for a bluer palette of picture colors; Normal or
Warm for a redder palette of color.
Advanced Picture Settings (not available in PC mode)
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
ADVANCED PICTURE SETTINGS
Dynamic Contrast
Off
Film Mode
Off
Noise Reduction
Low
MPEG Noise Reduction
MFC Effect
Off
Medium
MFC Demo
Off
Moderate contrast ratio between bright and dark
areas of picture.
MOVE
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SELECT
: Exit
OSD Menu Operations
Dynamic Contrast, Film Mode, Noise Reduction
Set dynamic contrast as Off/Low/Medium/High. Set film mode on/off. Set noise reduction as Off/low/Medium/High.
MPEG Noise Reduction
Set MPEG noise reduction as Off/low/Medium or High.
Note: Noise reduction helps to reduce the picture “static” or any type of interference. This feature is especially useful for
providing a clearer picture in weak analog signal conditions. The MPEG Noise Reduction specifically works on video signal
with MPEG coding.
MFC Effect (Motion Flow Compensation Effect)
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
ADVANCED PICTURE SETTINGS
Dynamic Contrast
Off
Film Mode
Off
Noise Reduction
Low
MPEG Noise Reduction
MFC Effect
Off
Medium
MFC Demo
Off
Moderate contrast ratio between bright and dark
areas of picture.
MOVE
SELECT
MFC Effect: Set MFC Effect as Off/Low/Medium/High.
MFC Effect technology removes drag from fast scenes
with a lot of movement to provide a smoother picture.
Off switches the MFC Effect off, High provides smoother
effect, Low provides smooth effect, Medium sets MFC
Effect to medium.
: Exit
MFC Demo (Motion Flow Compensation Demo)
Set MFC Demo On/Off. It shows the difference between MFC Effect on and off modes on the screen.
The screen shows as picture given below when sets MFC Demo on:
Off
On
Left side: Set MFC Effect Off
Right side: Set MFC Effect On (Provides smoother picture movement)
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OSD Menu Operations
Sound Menu
The Sound Menu lets you adjust audio output. To access the Sound Menu, press MENU on the remote, and then select SOUND
from the Main Menu. Press ENTER/down button to proceed to SOUND menu.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
SOUND
Use up/down to choose the function you need, press
ENTER or right arrow to adjust or enter a sub-menu. The
sub-menu image and explanation are shown below.
Sound Settings
Surround Mode
Auto Volume
Analog Sound
Stereo
Digital Sound
English
Digital Audio Output
PCM
Equalizer Settings
Adjust settings to affect sound quality.
MOVE
SELECT
: Exit
Sound Settings
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
SOUND SETTINGS
Sound Mode
Standard
Bass
0
Treble
0
Balance
0
• Sound Mode: Choose the preset sound mode of your
TV: Standard, Soft, User, Dynamic. Only in User mode
you can adjust Bass, Treble, Balance.
• Bass: Adjust the bass component of TV sound.
• Treble: Adjust the treble component of TV sound.
• Balance: Adjust the balance between the left and right
channel.
Select a sound mode to achieve ideal sound.
MOVE
SELECT
: Exit
Surround Mode
Creates a 3D sound surround from standard stereo material, with deep and rich enhancement.
Auto Volume
Set auto volume control on/off.
Analog Sound
Select analog TV audio sound type: Stereo, Mono or SAP (only available in TV mode).
Digital Sound
Select digital TV audio language type: English, French or Spanish (only available for DTV channel).
Digital Audio Output
Set the audio output type as Off, PCM or Raw. Please set this option according to your power amplifier.
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OSD Menu Operations
Equalizer Settings
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
EQUALIZER SETTINGS
Mode
The seven-band graphic equalizer allows you to adjust
the audio frequency settings. You can select one of the
equalizer presets (Off, Pop, Rock, Jazz) or create your
own personal preset (User).
Off
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
100
250
500
1K
2K
4K
10K
Press the left or right arrow to select the frequency
(100Hz, 250Hz, 500Hz, 1KHz, 2KHz, 4KHz, 10KHz)
you want to adjust. Use the up or down arrow to adjust.
Press Left/Right to choose equalizer mode
MOVE
: Exit
SELECT
Channel Menu
The Channel Menu enables you to search, view and edit channels. It is available in TV mode only.
Press MENU and choose CHANNEL from the Main menu. Press the ENTER/down button to proceed to CHANNEL menu.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
CHANNEL
Use up/down to choose the function you need, press
ENTER or right arrow to adjust or enter a sub-menu. The
sub-menu image and explanation are shown below.
Channel List
Favorite List
Channel Settings
Signal Type
Air
Execute
Auto Channel Search
Adjust channel options.
MOVE
: Exit
SELECT
Channel List
Displays a channel list. It shows the current channels.
Favorite List
Displays a favorite channel list. It shows the current favorite channels.
Channel Settings
Go to channel setting sub-menu (as shown below).
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
CHANNEL SETTINGS
Channel
Skip
Favorite
Label
A2
A4
D50-1
KOCE-HD
D50-2
KOCE-SD
D50-3
KOCE-LB
Page 1/1
Enter a channel label to rename the current channel.
Set if the current channel is the favorite channel.
Set if the current channel is skipped.
Press up/down arrow to switch the channel you want
to edit.
Adjust parameters
MOVE
SELECT
: Exit
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OSD Menu Operations
Signal Type
Select your TV signal type: Air or Cable.
Auto Channel Search
Execute an auto channel search (see page 20).
Parental Menu
The Setup Menu enables you to lock program with special content, panel key board and input source.
Press MENU and choose PARENTAL from the Main menu. Press the ENTER/down button to proceed to PARENTAL menu.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
PARENTAL CONTROL
Lock Parental Control
V-Chip
Change Password
Keypad Lock
Source Lock
Clear Channel List
Set TV parental controls.
MOVE
: Exit
SELECT
Lock Parental Control
• When the Parental Control Menu is accessed from the Main Menu, you need to enter password to unlock the menu function.
Please enter your four-digit password with numeric keys 0~9.
Note: The original password is “0000”.
• After unlocking, the items in parental control menu can be used. Use arrow up/down to highlight the function you need and
press ENTER or right arrow to use V-chip, Change Password, Keypad Lock and Source Lock, Clear Channel List sub-menu.
V-Chip
Press ENTER or right arrow to enter V-chip sub-menu, the detail as follow:
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
V-CHIP
US V-Chip
Canada V-Chip
Block Unrated Show
Downloadable Rating
Clear Downloadable Data
Restrict movie and TV programs by US Ratings.
MOVE
SELECT
: Exit
US V-Chip
Press ENTER or right arrow to enter US V-Chip ratings menu, which contains two sub-menus: Movie Rating and TV rating.
See next page for more details.
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OSD Menu Operations
Movie Rating
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
MOVIE RATING
Use arrow keys to select the rating level you want to
block, press ENTER to lock/unlock the rating level. If
you have blocked a lower level rating, the higher ratings
will be blocked too.
G
PG
PG-13
R
NC-17
X
Press ENTER to confirm, MENU to return previous
page, UP/DOWN to select
MOVE
For example, when PG-13 is blocked, R, NC-17 and X
will be blocked at the same time.
: Exit
SELECT
TV Rating
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
TV RATING
D
L
S
V
FV
TV-Y
Similar with Movie Rating.
TV-Y7
TV-G
TV-PG
TV-14
TV-MA
Press ENTER to confirm, MENU to return previous
page, UP/DOWN to select
MOVE
SELECT
: Exit
After adjusting, press MENU to return or press EXIT to exit the menu.
TV Rating Overview
Age-Based Ratings
Content Themes
TV-MA
Mature Audience Only
D
Sexually Explicit Dialogue
TV-14
Parents Strongly Cautioned
L
Adult Language
TV-PG
Parents Guidance Suggested
S
Sexual Situations
TV-G
General Audience
V
Violence
TV-Y7
Directed to Children 7 Years and Older
FV
Fantasy Violence
TV-Y
All Children
For more rating explanation, see page 38.
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OSD Menu Operations
Canada V-Chip
Press ENTER or right arrow to enter US V-Chip ratings menu, which contains two sub-menus: English Rating and French Rating.
English Rating
Press ENTER or right arrow to enter English rating menu.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
ENGLISH RATING
Use arrow keys to select the rating level you want
to block, press ENTER to lock/unlock the rating
level. If you have blocked a lower level rating,
the higher ratings will be blocked too.
C
C8+
G
PG
14+
18+
Press ENTER to confirm, MENU to return previous
page, UP/DOWN to select
MOVE
SELECT
For example, when PG is blocked, 14+ and 18+
will be blocked at the same time.
: Exit
French Rating
Press ENTER or right arrow to enter French rating menu.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
FRENCH RATING
Similar with English Rating.
G
8 ans+
Note: These ratings are
available only if the
13 ans+
16 ans+
18 ans+
broadcaster is sending
rating information.
Press ENTER to confirm, MENU to return previous
page, UP/DOWN to select
MOVE
SELECT
Block Unrated Show
Block all the unrated program.
Downloadable Rating, Clear Downloadable Data
Activate or downloadable rating data. if available.
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: Exit
OSD Menu Operations
Change Password
Change the password of parental menu.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
CHANGE PASSWORD
Input the old password.
Input the new password.
Input the new password again to confirm.
Old PIN
New PIN
Confirm
Input 4-digit password
MOVE
SELECT
: Exit
Keypad Lock
Select this option to block or unblock the TV’s side panel buttons so that they can’t be used.
Source Lock
This option allows you to lock or unlock the input source. The source blocked can not be
chosen from input list unless you input the correct parental password.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
SOURCE LOCK
Use up/down arrow
to select the source,
press ENTER to
lock or unlock it.
TV
AV
Component
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
HDMI 4
Page 1/2
Pressw UP/DOWN to select, ENTER to confirm,
LEFT/RIGHT to change to PREV/NEXT page
MOVE
SELECT
: Exit
Clear Channel List
This option allows you to execute Clear Channel List function.
This function will reset the whole TV system to factory default (not only reset OSD menu).
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OSD Menu Operations
Setup Menu
The Setup Menu lets you config the TV with your preferences.
Select SETUP from the Main Menu. Press ENTER/down button to proceed to SETUP menu.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
SETUP
Use up/down to choose the function you need, press
ENTER or right arrow to adjust or enter a sub-menu. The
sub-menu image and explanation are shown below.
Closed Caption
Menu Language
English
Off
Menu Transparency
Video
Video style
Clock
Initial Setup Wizard
Execute
Set various TV options.
MOVE
SELECT
: Exit
Closed Caption
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
CLOSED CAPTION
Caption Display
Off
Analog Caption Type
CC1
Digital Caption Type
Service1
Digital CC Preset
Default
Digital CC Style
Adjust Closed Captioning settings.
MOVE
SELECT
: Exit
Caption Display
Press left/right arrow to select caption display on or off.
Analog Caption Type
Press left/right arrow to select analog closed caption type: CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4, TEXT1, TEXT2, TEXT3, TEXT4.
Digital Caption Type
Press left/right arrow to select digital closed caption type: Service1, Service2, Service3, Service4, Service5, Service6.
Digital CC Preset
Press left/right arrow to select digital closed caption preset: Default, Custom.
Only in custom mode you can adjust the digital closed caption style.
Digital CC Style
Press left/right arrow to go to digital closed caption style sub-menu (see next page).
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OSD Menu Operations
Digital CC Style
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
CLOSED CAPTION
CC Size
Default
CC Font
Default
CC Opacity
Default
Text Color
Default
CC Background Opacity
Default
CC Background Color
Default
Select the item you want to adjust in Digital CC
Style menu with up/down arrows.
After changing, you can preview the caption style
here.
CLOSE CAPTION
Adjust the size of the digital Closed Captioning
font.
MOVE
SELECT
: Exit
Menu Language
To choose your menu language, press the left/right arrow until the language you need appears.
Available languages: English, French and Spanish.
Menu Transparency
To choose your menu transparency mode, press the left/right arrow until the transparency you need appears:
Off, Low, Medium, High.
Video Style
If you connect the HDMI/DVI port of PC to HDMI jack of the TV and the video signal is 1080p, please choose the compatible
video style: Video, Graphic.
Clock
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
CLOCK
Time Zone
Eastern
Auto Clock
Setup Time
1980-01-06 18:49:24
Day of Week
Sun
Daylight Saving Time
Select your Time Zone.
MOVE
SELECT
: Exit
Time Zone
Select your time zone: Eastern, Central, Mountain, Pacific, Alaska, Hawaii, Samoa, Newfoundland, Atlantic.
Auto Clock
Select auto clock on/off. Auto clock helps you synchronize your TV time to standard time (from DTV signal).
Setup Time
Set your TV time manually (needs to turn off auto clock).
Day of Week
Displays what day it is (can’t be adjusted, displays only).
Daylight Saving Time
Set your daylight saving time on or off (needs to turn on auto clock).
Initial Setup Wizard
To set the initial settings. (see page 20)
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OSD Menu Operations
Others Menu
The Others Menu lets you config the TV with your preferences in other features.
Choose OTHERS from the Main Menu. Press ENTER/down button to proceed to SETUP menu.
PICTURE
SOUND
CHANNEL PARENTAL
SETUP
OTHERS
OTHERS
Use up/down to choose the function you need, press
ENTER or right arrow to adjust or enter a sub-menu.
The sub-menu image and explanation are shown below.
Blue Back
No Signal Power Off
No Operation Power Off
All Reset
Execute
Audio Only
Execute
Adjust settings to set other controls.
MOVE
SELECT
: Exit
Blue Back
Press ENTER button to select Blue Back on or off. If the Blue Back is turned on, the TV will display a blue background
when there is no signal input.
No Signal Power Off
Press ENTER button to select “No Signal Power Off” on or off. If it is turned on, the TV will shut off after 10-minute
no signal time. We suggest you turn on this function when Blue Back is turned on. It may hurt the LCD panel
if blue screen is on for too long.
Note: In PC mode, the monitor standby and power off settings depend on the No Signal Off time.
No Operation Power Off
Press ENTER button to select “No Operation Power Off” on or off. If it is turned on, the TV will shut off after a 3-hour
no operation time.
All Reset
Press ENTER button to execute reset to TV system. All the settings will be reset to factory default.
Audio Only
Press ENTER button to activate audio only mode. The TV will output only sound and the LCD panel will be turned off.
To restore normal playing, hold POWER button for three seconds.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What’s the most convenient way to view High Definition (HD) video?
Connect an antenna to the TV Input jack to view free local digital channels. You may need to purchase an antenna. (See page 10
for more information about antenna setup).
Visit www.antennaweb.org for assistance in deciding what type of antenna to use to receive the local digital channels available
to you. After entering your location, this mapping program tells you which local analog and digital stations are available using a
certain antenna.
Are there other ways to view High Definition (HD) video?
Besides using an antenna as mentioned above, you can also use a set-top box to receive digital video. Contact your cable service
provider or satellite provider to purchase digital programming and have them connect the box to ensure you are viewing channels
in the best way.
How do I tell an analog channel from a digital channel?
Press the DISPLAY button to display the Channel Bar. Look at the top right corner of the screen. An “A” is displayed for an analog
channel. A “D” is displayed for a digital channel.
Note: Since the analog TV in America has been cut off, we reserve analog TV function only for some unexpected use.
Why are there bars on my screen, and can I get rid of them?
Most digital video is sent in a 16/9 format which fills your screen, but is sometimes sent in 4/3 which does not fill your screen. It
depends on how the station or device connected to your TV is formatting the video. If there are bars on the screen, press the
ASPECT button to try a different format that may eliminate the bars. Some bars can't be removed because of the way the format
is sent by the broadcaster. The format changes as you press the ASPECT button and the format type is displayed at the bottom
of the screen. For more information on screen formats, go to page 24.
Why does channel search find a lot of channels, but when I try to tune to them, there’s nothing there?
Some channels don’t carry programming, such as video On Demand. When channels are unavailable, your TV screen is blank or
appears like snow. You probably want to remove these channels from your channel list. Remove these in the Channel List Menu.
Go to page 27 for more information.
Why does the first channel search take a long time?
If you have both analog and digital channels, the TV is looking for all available channels in the channel list. If you do have digital
channels, the TV is also searching for scrambled channels, non-scrambled channels, and each sub-channel of that digital channel.
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Troubleshooting
Identifying Problems
If there are any problems when using the product, please consult the list below. If the list does not solve the problem, call our
Customer Service Center immediately.
TV Problems
The TV can’t be turned on.
•
•
•
•
Make sure the AC cord is plugged in.
Check the wall outlet, make sure the AC output works normally and stably.
The side panel may be locked (disabled). Use the remote control to turn on the TV.
Select the Keypad Lock function in the PARENTAL Menu and press ENTER to uncheck the locking status.
There is no picture or sound but the TV is on and there is a “No Signal” sign on screen.
• Are you trying to use an input source with no device connected to it? For using other video/audio device, make sure the external
device works normally first, then press INPUT and choose the right input source.
• The Signal Type option may be set incorrectly. Go to page 20 for detailed instructions.
• The channel may be blank. Try to search the channel again or change another channel.
The sound is fine, but the picture is poor.
• If you can only get black and white pictures from external device that you've connected to your TV, maybe it is due to the video
cables is not connected well, or they are connected wrongly. Check the connection stability first, then check the correctness.
For AV input, the yellow video cable connects to the yellow Video In jack on the side of your TV. For Component input, the three
Y, Pb, Pr video cables (red, blue, and green) should be connect to the corresponding input jacks on the side of your TV.
• Check the antenna connections. Make sure all of the cables are firmly connected to the TV jack on side of your TV.
• Try adjusting the color features to improve.
There is no sound, but the picture is fine.
• The sound might be muted. Try pressing the MUTE button to restore sound.
• For using AV or Component, remember to connect the device’s left and right audio output correctly. The left channel
cable is white and the right channel cable is red. Please match the cables and jacks according to their colors.
• The sound settings may not be set correctly. Go to page 26 for more information.
• If your audio source has only one jack or is a (mono) audio source, make sure you have plugged the connection into the
Audio In L jack (white) on the TV.
The buttons on the side panel don’t work.
• The side panel may be locked (disabled). Use the remote control to turn on the TV.
• Select the Keypad Lock function in the PARENTAL Menu and press ENTER to uncheck the locking status.
• Unplug the TV from the AC power for 10 minutes and then plug it back. Turn the TV on and try again.
The TV turns off unexpectedly.
• The electronic protection circuit may have been activated because of a power surge. Wait 30 seconds and then turn the TV
on again. If this happens frequently, the voltage in your house may be abnormal. If the other electronic equipment in your home
can’t work normally, consult a qualified service personnel.
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Troubleshooting
Can’t select a certain channel.
• The channel may be blocked or not approved in the PARENTAL Menu.
• The channel may be skipped in channel list in CHANNEL Menu. Check the blocking and skipping status of channel.
The stereo sound performance is bad.
• It may be a weak station. Use the SOUND Menu and set Analog Sound as Mono.
A black box appears on the screen.
• Closed captioning might be on. Check Closed Caption in the SETUP menu. Go to page 33 for more instructions.
Problems with the HDMI Connection.
• Make sure the HDMI device (DVD, video gamer, etc.) is turned on and the cables are firmly connected. If problems still occur,
turn off your device and reconnect it. Reset the power by unplugging the power cord and plugging it again.
• If a “No Signal” message appears on screen , the HDMI device isn’t responding. Contact the manufacturer of the HDMI device for
further assistance.
• If you have black bars on each side of your picture (which means the TV can not display a full-screen image), the device you
connected might have a switch or a menu option allowing you to change the picture quality output that will fix this. Choose either
720p or 1080i.
The Remote control doesn’t work.
• Something might be blocking between the remote control and the remote sensor on the front panel of the TV. Make sure
there is a clear path.
• The remote may not be aimed directly at the TV.
• The batteries in the remote may be weak, dead, or installed incorrectly. Put new batteries in the remote.
You are experiencing problems with V-Chip/Parental Controls.
• If the rating limits don’t work, you must lock the settings. Go to the Main Menu (press MENU on your remote), select
PARENTAL to check the settings.
What else can I do?
If you’ve been through the Troubleshooting section and nothing has fixed your problem, try rebooting your TV. Note that after
a reboot, you may need to run your TV through the setup process again. To reboot, unplug the power cord from the wall
outlet or power strip. Keep your TV unplugged for about 5 minutes. Then plug in the TV and turn it on. See if the problem
is fixed. If the problem remains, then please visit the Customer Support Menu at www.rca.com or updated FAQs or contact
RCA Customer Support at the support number provided in your Warranty card.
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V-Chip Rating Explanations
US V-Chip Rating System
TV-MA (Mature Audience Only): Specifically designed to be viewed by adults and may be unsuitable for children under 17. It
contains one or more of the following content themes: crude indecent language (L), explicit sexual activity (S), or graphic violence (V).
TV-14 (Parents Strongly Cautioned): Contains some material that many parents would find unsuitable for children under 14.
Parents are strongly urged to exercise greater care in monitoring this program and are cautioned against letting children under the
age of 14 watch unattended. This program contains one or more of the following content themes: intensely suggestive dialogue (D),
strong coarse language (L), intense sexual situations (S), or intense violence (V).
TV-PG (Parental Guidance Suggested) : Contains material that parents may find unsuitable for younger children. Many parents
may want to watch it with their younger children. The program contains one or more of the following content themes: some
suggestive dialogue (D), infrequent coarse language (L), some sexual situations (S), or moderate violence (V).
TV-G (Parental Audience): Most parents would find this program suitable for all ages. It contains little or no sexual dialogue (D)
or situations (S), no strong language (L), and little or no violence (V).
TV-Y7 (Directed to Children 7 years and older): Designed for children age of 7 and above. It may be more appropriate for children
who have acquired the developmental skills needed to distinguish between make believe and reality. Themes and elements in this
program may include mild fantasy violence (FV) or comedic violence, or may frighten children under the age of 7.
TV-Y (All Children): Themes and elements in this program are designed for a young audience, including children ages 2-6.
It is not expected to frighten younger children.
Canadian English V-Chip Rating System
18+ (Adult): Programming intended for adults 18 and older. It may contain elements of violence, language, and sexual content
which could make it unsuitable for viewers under 18. Violence Guidelines: May contain violence integral to the development of
the plot, character or theme, intended for adult audiences. Other Content Guidelines: May contain graphic language an d explicit
portrayals of nudity and/or sex.
14+ (Viewer 14 and over): Programming contains themes or contents which may not be suitable for viewers under the age of 14.
Parents are strongly cautioned to exercise discretion in permitting viewing by pre-teens and early teens. Violence Guidelines:
May contain intense scenes of violence. Could deal with mature themes and societal issues in a realistic fashion.
Other Content Guidelines: May contain scenes of nudity and/or sexual activity. There could be frequent use of profanity.
PG (Parental Guidance): Programming intended for a general audience but which may not be suitable for younger children
(under the age of 8). Parents may consider some content inappropriate for unsupervised viewing by children aged 8-13.
Violence Guidelines: Depictions of conflict and/or aggression will be limited and moderate; may include physical, fantasy, or
supernatural violence. Other Content Guidelines: May contain infrequent mild profanity, or mildly suggestive language.
Could also contain brief scenes of nudity.
G (General Audience): Programming considered acceptable for all ages groups. While not designed specifically for children,
it is understood younger viewers may be part of the audience. Violence Guidelines: Will contain very little violence, either physical or
verbal or emotional. Will be sensitive to themes which could frighten a younger child, will not depict realistic scenes of violence
which minimize or gloss over the effects of violent acts. Other Content Guidelines: There may be some inoffensive slang, no
profanity and no nudity.
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V-Chip Rating Explanations
C8+ (Children 8 and older): Programming generally considered acceptable for children 8 years and over to watch on their own.
Violence Guidelines: Violence will not be portrayed as the preferred, acceptable, or only way to resolve conflict or encourage
children to imitate dangerous acts which they may see on television. Any realistic depictions of violence will be infrequent,
discreet, of low intensity and will show the consequences of the acts. Other Content Guidelines: There will be no profanity,
nudity or sexual content.
C (Children): Programming intended for children under age of 8. Violence Guidelines: Careful attention is paid to themes which
could threaten children’s sense of security and well being. There will be no realistic scenes of violence. Depictions of aggressive
behavior will be infrequent and limited to portrayals that are clearly imaginary, comedic or unrealistic in nature.
Other Content Guidelines: There will be no offensive language, nudity or sexual content.
Canadian French V-Chip Rating System
18+ (Adult): Programming is for adults only. This program contains sustained violence or extremely violent scenes.
16+ (Viewer 16 and over): Programming is not suitable for those under age 16. This program contains frequent scenes of
violence or intensely violent scenes.
13+ (Viewer 13 and over): Programming may not be suitable for children under the age of 13. This program either contains
several violent scenes or one or more scenes that are violent enough to affect them. Viewing in the company of an adult is
therefore strongly recommended for children under the age of 13.
8+ (Viewer 8 and over): Not recommended for young children. This program is suitable for most audiences, but it contains mild
or occasional violence that could upset young children. Viewing in the company of an adult is therefore recommended for young
children (under the age of 8) who do not distinguish between reality and imagination.
G (General Audience): This program is suitable for audiences of all ages. It contains no violence, or any violence that it does
contain is either minimal or is presented in a humorous manner, as a caricature, or in an unrealistic way.
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Wall Mounting Unit Specification
Model
Unit Dimension (unit:mm)
LED42A55R120Q
VESA 200 x200
Screw
M6 screws, length 14mm
200 mm
200 mm
Note:
A. The wall mount is not contained in the accessories sold with television. We only provide the installing specifications but not the
wall mount itself. If you need the mount, please consult with the local dealer for a VESA wall mount.
B. We strongly suggest to set the wall mount with equipments of specification we ordered. If not, inappropriate installing may
cause damage to device or people.
Warnings:
1. Do not set up the wall mount by yourself. Please contact qualified professionals for installation.
2. The TV should not be mounted on walls or surfaces which have an angle more than 10 degrees with vertical direction.
Otherwise the TV set may fall.
3. The walls for mounting must have enough strength to hold the whole weight of TV set. For example, concrete wall and brickwork
are eligible. Do not place the mount on soft walls such as earth walls and plasterboard.
4. If spare parts of different specifications (such as screws) are used during mounting, consult with qualified professionals to make
sure these parts are safe and effective.
5. Before attaching the base to wall, ensure the holes for anchors are in keeping with the installing rules. Otherwise there may exist
some potential problems.
6. Do not place any heating source under your television. Or else, it can cause fire.
7. Do not place the TV near anything dripping. Transducers and high voltage wires should be kept far away from the apparatus too.
Or else, it may cause creepage, electric shock or bad resonance.
8. Do not place TV in a location where collision or vibration is liable to happen.
9. In order to avoid unexpected falling of the TV set, do not put any strong force on TV or wall mount after installing.
10. Be sure to unplug the TV before installing. Keep anything hard or sharp away from the screen panel to prevent the scuffing.
11. After installing, if there is any need to move the cabinet, please contact the qualified professionals.
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Product Specification
Model
LED42A55R120Q
Diagonal Display Size
42 inches
Television System
American TV standard ATSC/NTSC system
Channel Coverage
VHF: 2~13
CATV: 1~135
Storage Temperature is -20℃~+60℃ (-4℉~+140℉)
Temperature
Operating Temperature is 0℃~+50℃ (+32℉~+122℉)
Storage Humidity: Less than 85% RH (No condensation)
Humidity
Operating Humidity: Less than 80% RH (No condensation)
Power Supply
AC 100V-240V, 50-60Hz
RF Input
Cable/Antenna x 1
HDMI
4
Component
Connection
Interface
UHF: 14~69
3 x 1 + Audio R, L (RCA)
(Component sound is shared with AV)
AV-IN
(Composite)
Video + Audio R, L (RCA)
PC Input
RGB 15pin x 1, Stereo 3.5mm x 1
Digital Audio Out x 1 (Coaxial)
Audio Output
RCA stereo out x 1
Headphone 3.5mm x 1
Resolution
1920 x 1080
Panel Frame Rate
120Hz
Component/HDMI mode
480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Dimensions
Weight
With stand
39.9”W x 26.4”H x 10.1”D
Without stand
39.9”W x 24.6”H x 2”D
With stand
40.3LBS (18.3KGS)
Without stand
34.6LBS (15.7KGS)
Power Consumption
less than 105W
Notice: Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Limited Warranty for USA and Mexico
Coverage – Labor
For a period of 12 months from date of purchase of your RCA product, we will pay an
authorized RCA service center the labor charge to repair any defects in materials or
workmanship in your television. If your television is unrepairable we will provide you with
a refurbished unit of the same or better model.
Coverage – Parts
For a period of 12 months from date of purchase of your RCA product, we will pay an
authorized RCA service center for the new, or at our option, refurbished replacement parts
needed to repair any defects in material or workmanship in your television. If your television is
unrepairable we will provide you with a refurbished unit of the same or better model.
Coverage–LED LCD Panel
For a period of 12 months from date of purchase of your RCA product, we will pay an
authorized RCA service center for the new, or at our option,refurbished LED LCD panel needed to
repair any defects in material or workmanship in your television. If your television is unrepairable
we will provide you with a refurbished unit of the same or better model.
How to Obtain Service
• For assistance (U.S.A) - if you purchased RCA product in U.S.A, please call 1-888-977-6722.
Or visit www.rca.com
• For assistance (Mexico) - if you purchased RCA product in Mexico, please call 01-800-8233858
Or visit www.rca.com
[Mexico service center address]
The service representative will review your options for service. As a convenience we offer three ways
to obtain warranty service. You may mail your product to the address provided by the service
representative, you may take your product to an authorized service center, or you may request in
home service (servicer will determine if product is serviceable in home or must be taken back to local
service center for repair). Service representative will supply instructions for preferred service. At the
time of service proof of purchase such as original receipt, will be required. Only 37” LCD size and
above are applicable for in-home-service.
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Items Not Covered By Limited Warranty
Your limited warranty does not cover the following items:
Un-installation, installation and adjustment of customer controls and operating instruction.
Batteries and customer replacement fuses.
Damage due to misuse, abuse, negligence or neglect including but, not limited to, damage
resulting from exposure to moisture, humidity or salt.
Inability to receive a signal due to problems not caused by the product.
Damage to the product due to images burnt into the screen.
Product purchased or serviced outside of Country of Original Purchase.
-i.e. Purchased USA can not be serviced in Mexico/Purchased in Mexico can not be serviced in USA.
Product modified or incorporated into other products.
Damage due to acts of nature, including but not limited to, lightning damage or flooding.
Service calls which do not involve any defect in materials or workmanship.
Commercial Use Excluded
This limited warranty only applies to products used for personal use and does not cover any
product used for institutional, commercial or rental purposes.
LIMITATION OF WARRANTY
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE WARRANTY APPLICABLE TO THIS
PRODUCT. ON CORP US, INC., THE MANUFACTURER OF THIS PRODUCT, DISCLAIMS ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED (INC LUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE). NO VERBAL OR WRITTEN
INFORMATION GIVEN BY ON CORP US, INC., ITS AGENTS, INDEPENDENT
CONTRACTORS, SALES REPRESENTATIVES, EMPLOYEES, RETAIL DEALERS, WHOLESALE
DISTRIBUTORS OR ANY OTHER THIRD PARTY SHALL CREATE A GUARANTY OR
INCREASE. EXPAND OR MODIFY THE SCOPE OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY PROVIDES THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR THE
CONSUMER OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE PRODUCT. ON CORP US, INC. SHALL
NOT BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF
THE USE OF THE PRODUCT OR ARISING OUT OF A BREACH EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED
WARRANTY ON THIS PRODUCT.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY AND THE DISCLAIMERS CONTAINED HEREIN ARE GOVERNED BY
THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY
APPLICABLE LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS LIMITED TO APPLICABLE LIMITED WARRANTY PERIOD(S) SET
FORTH ABOVE.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS AND YOU ALSO MAY HAVE OTHER
RIGHTS THAT VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
RCA is a trademark of RCA Trademark Management SAS and used under license by ON Corporation
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Garantía limitada para EE.UU y Mexico.
Cobertura-Trabajo
Durante un período de 12 meses desde la fecha de compra de su producto RCA, pagaremos a
un centro autorizado de servicio de RCA el cargo de mano de obra para reparar cualquier
defecto en materiales o mano de obra en el televisor. Si su televisor es irreparable que le
proporcionará una unidad reacondicionada del mismo modelo o superior.
Cobertura / Recambios
Durante un período de 12 meses desde la fecha de compra de su producto RCA, pagaremos a
un centro autorizado de servicio de RCA para un reemplazar ya sea con partes nuevas o
reacondicionadas, o a nuestra opción, para reparar cualquier defecto del material o mano de
obra en el televisor. Si su televisor es irreparable que le proporcionará una unidad
reacondicionada del mismo modelo o superior.
Panel de Cobertura-LCD
Durante un período de 12 meses desde la fecha de compra de su producto RCA, pagaremos un
centro autorizado de servicio de RCA para un reemplazar la pantalla LCD, ya sea con pantalla
nueva o reacondicionada, o a nuestra opción, para reparar cualquier defecto del material o mano
de obra en la pantalla de su televisor. Si su televisor es irreparable que le proporcionará una
unidad reacondicionada del mismo modelo o superior.
Cómo Obtener Servicio
Para asistencia en Estados Unidos (E.U.A) si compró un aparato RCA en E.U.A. favor de llamar
al: 1-888-977-6722 o visite: www.rca.com
Para asistencia en México: si compró un aparato RCA en México, favor de llamar al: 01-800-8233858, o visite: www.rca.com
(Centro de Servicio en México)
El representante de Servicio revisará sus opciones para el servicio.
Para su comodidad le ofrecemos tres formas de obtener servicio de garantía. Usted puede enviar
su producto a la dirección proporcionada por el representante de servicio, usted puede llevar su
producto a un centro de servicio autorizado, o puede solicitar en el servicio a domicilio
(administrador determinará si el producto se encuentre en funcionamiento en casa o debe ser
llevado de vuelta a servicio loca l técnico para su reparación). El representante del Servicio le
proporcionará las instrucciones para el servicio preferido. Se requiere del comprobante de
compra original. Sólo se les dará servicio a Domicilio a Televisores de 37 " pulgadas de tamaño y
más grandes.
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Elementos no cubiertos por la garantía limitada
Su garantía limitada no cubre los siguientes temas:
Un-instalación, montaje y ajuste de controles del cliente e instrucciones de funcionamiento.
Las pilas y los fusibles de repuesto al cliente.
Daños por uso indebido, abuso, negligencia o descuido incluyendo pero no limitado a, los daños derivados
de la exposición a la humedad, la humedad o la sal.
Incapacidad para recibir la señal debido a los problemas que no son causadas por el producto.
Daños en el producto debido a las imágenes de grabadas en la pantalla.
Productos comprados o prestar servicios fuera del pais de compra original.
Ej: Comprado en Estados Unidos no puede prestar servicios en Mexico/
Comprado en Mexico no puede prestar servicios en Estados Unidos.
Productos modificados o incorporados a otros productos.
Daños debidos a fenómenos de la naturaleza, incluyendo pero no limitado a, daños por rayos o
inundaciones.
Las llamadas de servicio que no impliquen cualquier defecto en materiales o mano de obra.
Uso Comercial Exclusión
Esta garantía limitada sólo se aplica a los productos utilizados para uso personal o, y no cubre
todos los productos utilizados con fines institucionales, comerciales o de alquiler.
LIMITACIÓN DE GARANTÍA
ESTA GARANTÍA LIMITADA ES EL ÚNICO Y EXCLUSIVO DE GARANTÍA APLICABLE A ESTE
PRODUCTO. EN CORP EE.UU., Inc., el fabricante de este producto, rechaza cualquier otra
garantía, expresada o implicada (INCLUYENDO TODAS LAS GARANTÍAS IMPLÍCITAS DE
COMERCIALIZACIÓN O IDONEIDAD PARA UN PROPÓSITO PARTICULAR). NO información
verbal o escrita por parte CORP DE EE.UU., Inc., sus agentes, contratistas independientes,
representantes de ventas, empleados, comerciantes minoristas, mayoristas o cualquier otro
tercero DEBERÁN crear una garantía ni aumentar. Ampliar o modificar el alcance de esta
garantía limitada. Esta GARANTÍA LIMITADA DEL ÚNICO Y EXCLUSIVO REMEDIO PARA EL
CONSUMIDOR DE REPARACIÓN O REEMPLAZO DEL PRODUCTO. EN CORP EE.UU., Inc.
no será responsable por daños especiales, incidentales o consecuentes resultantes DEL USO
DEL PRODUCTO O DERIVADOS DE UNA VIOLACIÓN garantía expresa o implícita de este
producto. ESTA GARANTÍA LIMITADA Y RESPONSABILIDADES contenida en él se rige por
las Leyes del Estado de Indiana. SALVOPROHIBIDO POR LA LEY APLICABLE, CUALQUIER
GARANTÍA IMPLÍCITA DE COMERCIALIZACIÓN O IDONEIDAD PARA UN PROPÓSITO
PARTICULAR ESTARÁ LIMITADA A LIMITADA período de garantía (S) mencionado
anteriormente. Esta garantía le otorga derechos legales específicos y USTED TAMBIÉN PUEDE
TENER OTROS DERECHOS, QUE PUEDEN VARIAR DE ESTADO.
RCA es una marca registrada de SAS bajo licencia de ON Corporation
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RCA is a trademark of RCA Trademark Management SAS
used under license to ON Corporation.
RCA es una marcade RCA Trademark Management SAS
usada bajo licencia de ON Corporation.
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