Samsung | PN64F8500AFXZA | User's Manual | Samsung PN64F8500AFXZA User's Manual

QUICK START
GUIDE
Welcome to your new Smart TV!
The following instructions cover assembling, connecting, and setting up your new TV. Make
sure you have the accessories listed below.
Included in this box
Remote Control
Stand Parts and Cables
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Attach the TV to
the Stand
Step
Connect video
devices
Step
1
2
Using the Smart
Touch Control
Step
3
Power on and
start the initial
setup
Step
4
Smart Touch Control
Cable clip
Power cord
IR extender
Batteries (AAA x 4)
RCA adapter
Component adapter
Blanking Bracket
Rubber packing
Warning: Screens can be damaged
from direct pressure when handled
incorrectly. We recommend lifting the
TV by the edges, as shown.
Remote Control
Also included: User Manual, regulatory guide, 3D Active Glasses
Step 1
Attach the TV to the Stand
Lay the TV on a soft surface, screen side down.
Use the packing material to protect the screen.
1A
Draw the base, legs, and screws out of the box
to put them together into the stand.
1B
x2
Base
R
Fit the stand and mount together, making sure
the notch on the mount aligns with the stand.
Screws
]]Don’t apply pressure to the base, as
REQUIRED TOOLS: a Phillips head screwdriver and a soft, flat surface larger than the TV
(such as the box).
1C
Leg
x 12
illustrated by the figure.
1D
Insert 4 screws and secure the stand to the TV.
x8 (M4 X L12)
L
1E
Remove the protection film from the
bottom of the TV and stand, as shown by the
illustration.
1F
Holding the stand parallel to the screen, slide
the stand into the notches on the back of the
TV.
Fit the guide protrusion on each edge of the
stand in the matching hole on the sole of the
TV.
1G
Insert 2 screws and secure the stand to the TV.
x4 (M4 X L12)
Warning: Handling the TV incorrectly can result
in injury. After setting the stand into the TV, we
recommend not lifting the TV using the stand. Lift
it by grabbing the front and bottom, as shown.
✎✎ Placing the TV on an uneven surface may cause the TV to shake.
If placing the TV on an uneven surface, use the provided rubber
packing to secure the TV stand. See the figure below and attach
the provided rubber packing to the TV stand.
Rubber packing
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Step 2
Connect video devices
We suggest using HDMI connections whenever possible for the best picture quality. Use the included AV adapter to connect older devices.
✎✎ Please check the shape of the plugs to avoid inserting them upside down.
✎✎ The appearance of your TV may differ from the images below, depending on the model.
TV Camera
Press the camera down to activate it. The camera enables voice recognition and motion
control for your TV.
Use the Scroll wheel on the back of the camera to adjust the camera's angle.
Power Input
Plug in after you have made all other connections.
Scroll wheel for
camera angle
adjustment
Good Connection:
Component (Y, PB, PR) or AV (Composite)
Match the colors on your device's cables to the colors on
the device's out ports. Connect the device's cables to the
included adapters, and then connect the adapters to the
appropriate ports on the TV as shown in the table below.
Make sure the colors match. The Component connection
is shown on the top. The AV connection is shown on the
bottom.
AV IN 1
Best Connection : HDMI
We suggest using HDMI whenever
possible.
Audio (L/R)
HDMI 1 is the default port for a cable
or satellite set-top box.
HDMI IN 4
(MHL)
COMPONENT
IN
Video
HDMI Port
Use the other ports for Blu-ray players,
game consoles, and other devices.
HDMI IN 3
(ARC)
Audio (L/R)
AV IN 2
HDMI Cable
Video
HDMI IN 2
(DVI)
Connect the cable from the antenna
or cable TV outlet.
You can connect home theater systems to the OPTICAL or AUDIO OUT ports.
HDMI IN 1
(STB)
DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
(OPTICAL)
USB
(5V 0.5A)
or
USB
(5V 0.5A)
Wired Ethernet
USB
(HDD 5V 1.0A)
IR OUT
ANT IN
AIR/CABLE
LAN
USB Connections
You can connect USB storage devices
to the USB ports and enjoy personal
photos, videos, and music.
EX-LINK
Connect the IR extender to the IR Out port
to control external devices connected to
the TV using the Smart Touch Control. For
more detailed information, refer to the
“Universal Remote Control Setup” section
in the User manual.
Step 3
Using the Smart Touch Control
Step 4
Insert the batteries into the Smart Touch Control
Power on and start the initial setup
Information required:
Insert the tip of a credit card or similar item into the notch on the side of the Smart Touch Control,
and then twist the card to open and remove the remote's back cover.
• Wi-Fi network password (if you use one)
• Zip code
• Cable or satellite provider info
Plug in the TV. Press the power button on the remote to turn on the TV and start the initial set-up.
✎✎ The TV must be connected to the Internet to use the Smart Features. If you have a wireless
network, confirm that your network router is working before you start the initial setup. If you
have a wired network, connect the TV to the network with a CAT 7 cable before you begin.
Troubleshooting
The stand is wobbly or crooked
Make sure the stand is properly assembled.
✎✎ The notch’s location may vary depending on the type of Smart Touch Control provided.
The TV won’t turn on
Using the touch pad
Make sure all cables are fully inserted, and that the remote has batteries installed.
navigation
selection
scrolling
I don’t know where to plug in <device>
Devices without HDMI may require the included A/V adapter.
I have extra parts
The TV includes some optional parts to help with wall mounting and cable routing.
To control the highlight, move
your thumb across the pad.
To select an item, press the pad
until you hear a click.
Move your thumb along the ridges
to quickly scroll through items.
Pairing the Smart Touch Control
If you need to reestablish the connection between the TV and the Smart Touch Control, press the
pairing button at the back of the Smart Touch Control, pointing at the remote control sensor of
the TV.
If you experience issues, please do not take the TV
back to the store.
In the United States of America, call us at
1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864) or visit us at www.
samsung.com or www.samsung.com/spsn for support
and warranty service.
For other countries, refer to "Contact SAMSUNG
WORLDWIDE" in the user guide.
Congratulations on your new Smart TV!
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