Contents
Features.................................................................. 2
Introduction.............................................................. 2
Package Contents................................................... 2
Preparation.............................................................. 3
Safety Precautions.................................................. 3
Power Source...................................................... 3
Power Cord.......................................................... 3
Moisture and Water............................................. 3
Cleaning.............................................................. 3
Heat and Flames................................................. 3
Lightning.............................................................. 3
Replacement Parts.............................................. 3
Servicing.............................................................. 3
Waste Disposal.................................................... 3
Information for Users
in European Union Countries.............................. 4
Disconnecting the Device.................................... 4
Headphone Volume............................................. 4
Installation........................................................... 4
LCD Screen......................................................... 4
Warning............................................................... 4
Inserting Batteries in the Remote Control............... 5
Switching the TV On/Off.......................................... 5
To Switch the TV On............................................ 5
To Switch the TV Off............................................ 5
Environmental Information ..................................... 5
Overview of the Remote Control............................. 6
LCD TV and Operating Buttons............................... 7
Viewing the Connections- Back Connectors........... 7
Viewing the Connections - Side Connectors........... 9
Power Connection................................................... 9
Aerial Connection.................................................... 9
Using USB Input.................................................... 10
USB Memory Connection.................................. 10
Connecting the LCD TV to a PC............................ 10
Connecting to a DVD Player..................................11
Using Side AV Connectors.....................................11
Connecting Other Equipment via Scart..................11
Input Selection....................................................... 12
Basic Operations................................................... 12
Operation with the Buttons of the TV................. 12
Operation with the Remote Control................... 12
Initial Settings........................................................ 12
General Operation................................................. 13
Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)................. 13
Programme Options.......................................... 14
Analogue Teletext.............................................. 14
Widescreen........................................................ 14
IDTV Menu System............................................... 15
Channel List....................................................... 15
Navigating the Entire Channel List.................... 15
Moving the channels in the channel list............. 15
Deleting the Channels in the Channel List........ 15
Renaming channels........................................... 15
Adding Locks to Channels................................. 15
Setting Favourites.............................................. 16
Program Guide.................................................. 16
Common Interface............................................ 16
TV Setup............................................................ 16
Setup................................................................. 17
Configuration..................................................... 17
Language Settings............................................. 18
Installation......................................................... 19
Analogue TV Menu System................................... 20
Picture Menu..................................................... 20
Sound Menu...................................................... 21
Feature Menu.................................................... 22
Install Menu....................................................... 23
Source Menu..................................................... 24
Media Browser Menu............................................ 25
Playing .mp3 Files............................................. 25
Playing .jpg Files............................................... 25
PC Mode Menu System........................................ 25
PC Position Menu.............................................. 25
Displaying TV Information..................................... 26
Mute Function........................................................ 26
Picture Mode Selection......................................... 26
Freezing Picture.................................................... 26
Zoom Modes......................................................... 26
Auto................................................................... 26
16:9.................................................................... 26
4:3...................................................................... 27
Panoramic......................................................... 27
14:9.................................................................... 27
Cinema.............................................................. 27
Subtitle............................................................... 27
Zoom................................................................. 27
Teletext.................................................................. 27
Tips........................................................................ 28
Screen Care...................................................... 28
Image Persistence............................................. 28
No Power........................................................... 28
Poor Picture....................................................... 28
No Picture.......................................................... 28
Sound................................................................ 28
Remote Control................................................. 28
Input Sources.................................................... 28
Appendix A: PC Input Typical Display Modes........ 29
Appendix B: AV and HDMI
Signal Compatibility (Input Signal Types).............. 30
Appendix C: Supported
File Formats for USB Mode................................... 31
Appendix D: Supported DVI Resolutions.............. 31
Specifications........................................................ 32
Digital Reception (DVB-T)..................................... 32
Digital Reception (DVB-T2)................................... 32
Important Instruction.............................................. 33
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Features
• Remote controlled colour LCD TV.
• Fully integrated digital TV (DVB-T DVB-T2 - MPEG2
MPEG4).
• DTV input supports 1920x1080i
• HDMI connectors for digital video and audio. This
connection is also designed to accept high definition
signals.
• USB input.
• 200 programmes from VHF, UHF(analogue).
• 1000 programmes for digital mode (IDTV).
• Integrated tuner TNT HD, MPEG 2 / MPEG 4
compatible.
• OSD menu system.
• Two scart sockets for external devices (such as
video, video games, audio set, etc.).
• Stereo sound system. (German+Nicam)
• Teletext, fastext, TOP text.
• Headphone connection.
• Automatic programming system.
• Forward or backward manual tuning.
• Automatic sound mute when no transmission.
• NTSC playback.
• AVL (Automatic Volume Limiting).
• When no valid signal is detected, after 5 minutes the
TV switches itself automatically to standby mode.
• PLL (Frequency Search).
• PC input.
• Plug&Play for Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista,
Windows 7.
• Audio line out.
• Game Mode
for dry indoor use only. This appliance is intended
solely for private domestic use and may not be used
for industrial and commercial purposes. We exclude
liability in principle, if the device is not used as
intended, or unauthorized modifications have been
made. To operate your LCD-TV in extreme ambient
conditions may cause the damage of the device.
Package Contents
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Instruction Book
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Introduction
Thank you for choosing this product. This manual will
guide you for the proper operation of your
TV. Before operating the TV, please read
this manual thoroughly.
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LCD TV
Note: You should check the accessories after purchasing.
Make sure that each accessory is included.
Please keep this manual in a safe place
for future reference.
Read the corresponding instructions of
this handbook prior to the first use of the
device, even when the use of electronic devices is
familiar to you. Pay close attention to the SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS. Keep the handbook for future
reference.
• This device is intended to receive and display TV
programs. The different connection options make
an additional expansion of the reception and display
sources possible (receiver, DVD player, DVD
recorder, VCR, PC etc.). This device is designed
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Preparation
Cleaning
For ventilation, leave a free space of at least 10 cm
all around the set. To prevent any fault and unsafe
situations, please do not place any objects on top
of the set.
Before cleaning, unplug the TV set
from the wall outlet. Do not use liquid or
aerosol cleaners. Use soft and dry cloth.
Use this device in moderate climates.
The slots and openings on the TV set are intended for
ventilation and to ensure reliable operation. To prevent
overheating, these openings must not be blocked or
covered in anyway.
Heat and Flames
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10 cm
10 cm
Ventilation
The set should not be placed near to open
flames and sources of intense heat such
as an electric heater. Ensure that no open
flame sources, such as lighted candles,
are placed on top of the TV. Batteries
should not be exposed to excessive heat
such as sunshine, fire or the like.
Safety Precautions
Please read the following recommended
safety precautions carefully for your
safety.
Power Source
The TV set should be operated only from a 220-240V
AC, 50 Hz outlet. Ensure that you select the correct
voltage setting for your convenience.
Power Cord
Do not place the set, a piece of furniture, etc. on the
power cord (mains lead) or pinch the cord. Handle the
power cord by the plug. Do not unplug the appliance
by pulling from the power cord and never touch the
power cord with wet hands as this could cause a short
circuit or electric shock. Never make a knot in the cord
or tie it with other cords. The power cords should be
placed in such a way that they are not likely to be
stepped on. A damaged power cord can cause fire or
give you an electric shock. When it is damaged and
needs to be replaced, it should be done by qualified
personnel.
Moisture and Water
Do not use this device in a humid and
damp place (avoid the bathroom, the
sink in the kitchen, and near the washing
machine). Do not expose this device to
rain or water, as this may be dangerous
and do not place objects filled with liquids,
such as flower vases, on top. Avoid from
dripping or splashing.
If any solid object or liquid falls into the cabinet, unplug
the TV and have it checked by qualified personnel
before operating it any further.
Lightning
In case of storm and lightning or when
going on holiday, disconnect the power
cord from the wall outlet.
Replacement Parts
When replacement parts are required, make sure that
the service technician has used replacement parts,
which are specified by the manufacturer or have the
same specifications as the original one. Unauthorized
substitutions may result in fire, electrical shock or
other hazards.
Servicing
Please refer all servicing to qualified
personnel. Do not remove the cover
yourself as this may result in an electric
shock.
Waste Disposal
Instructions for waste disposal:
• Packaging and packaging aids are recyclable
and should principally be recycled. Packaging
materials, such as a foil bag, must be kept away
from children.
• Batteries, including those which are heavy metalfree, should not be disposed of with household
waste. Please dispose of used batteries in an
environmentally friendly manner. Find out about the
legal regulations which apply in your area. Don’t try
to recharge batteries. Danger of explosion. Replace
batteries only with the same or equivalent type.
• Cold cathode fluorescent lamp in LCD PANEL
contains a small amount of mercury; please follow
the local laws or regulations for disposal.
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Information for Users in European
Union Countries
This symbol on the product or on its
packaging means that your electrical
and electronic device should be
disposed at the end of its service life
separately from your household wastes.
There are separate collection systems
for recycling in the EU.
Electrical device not in the hands of children
Never let children use electrical devices unsupervised.
Children cannot always recognise possible dangers.
Batteries / accumulators can be life threatening when
swallowed. Store batteries out of the reach of small
children. In case of swallowing a battery medical
aid has to be sought immediately. Also keep the
packaging foils away from children. There is danger
of suffocation.
For more information, please contact
the local authority or the dealer where you purchased
the product.
Disconnecting the Device
The mains plug is used to disconnect the TV set
from the mains and therefore it must remain readily
operable.
Headphone Volume
Excessive sound pressure from earphones
and headphones can cause hearing loss.
LICENSE NOTICE
Installation
To prevent injury, this device must be securely
attached to the wall in accordance with the installation
instructions when mounted to the wall (if the option
is available).
LCD Screen
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories.
TRADEMARK ACKNOWLEDGMENT
“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
The LCD panel is a very high technology product with
about a million thin film transistors, giving you fine
picture details. Occasionally, a few non-active pixels
may appear on the screen as a fixed blue, green or
red point. Please note that this does not affect the
performance of your product.
Warning
Do not leave your TV in standby or operating mode
when you leave your house.
•The Standby / On button doesn´t separate this
device completely from mains. Moreover the device
consumes power in the standby operation. In order
to separate the device completely from mains, the
mains plug has to be pulled from the mains socket.
Because of that the device should be set up in a
way, that an unobstructed access to mains socket
is guaranteed, so that in case of emergency the
mains plug can be pulled immediately. To exclude
the danger of fire, the power cord should principally
be separated from the mains socket prior to a longer
period of non-usage, i.e. during vacations.
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Inserting Batteries in the
Remote Control
Environmental Information
• Remove the battery cover located on the back of
the remote control by gently pulling backwards from
the indicated part.
• Insert two AAA/R3 or equivalent type batteries inside.
Please ensure the correct polarity is observed.
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Note: Remove the batteries from remote control when it is not
to be used for a long period. Otherwise it can be damaged
due to any leakage of batteries.
Remote range is approximately 7m/23ft.
Switching the TV On/Off
To Switch the TV On
• Connect the power cord to the 220-240V AC 50 Hz.
Then the standby LED lights up.
• To switch on the TV from standby mode either:
• Press the “ ” button, P+ / P- or a numeric button
on the remote control.
• Press the -P/CH or P/CH+ button on the TV. The TV
will then switch on.
Note: If you switch on your TV via PROGRAMME UP/DOWN
buttons on the remote control or on the TV set, the programme
that you were watching last will be reselected.
By either method the TV will switch on.
To Switch the TV Off
• Press the “ ” button on the remote control or press
the “ ” switch on the TV, so the TV will switch to
standby mode.
• To power down the TV completely, unplug the
power cord from the mains socket.
Note: When the TV is switched to standby mode,
standby LED can blink to indicate that features such
as Standby Search or Over Air Download is active.
• This television is designed to consume less energy
to save environment.
You not only help to save the environment but also
you can save money by reducing electricity bills
thanks to the energy efficiency feauture of this TV.
To reduce energy consumption, you should take the
following steps:
• You can use Power Save Mode setting, located in
the Feature menu. If you set Power Save Mode
as On, the TV will switch to energy-saving mode
and luminance level of TV set will be decreased to
optimum level. Note that some picture settings will
be unavailable to be changed when the TV is in
Power Save Mode.
• When the TV is not in use, please switch off or
disconnect the TV from the mains plug. This will
also reduce energy consumption.
• Disconnect power when going away for longer
time.
• Note that annually, using the TV set in Power Save
Mode has more power efficiency than disconnecting
the TV from the mains plug instead of keeping
stand-by mode. Therefore disconnect the TV from
the mains plug to save energy when you do not
use. However it is highly recommended to activate
Power Save Mode setting to reduce your annual
power consumption.
• Please helps us to save environment by following
these steps.
Repair Information
Please refer all servicing to qualified personnel. Only
qualified personnel must repair the TV. Please contact
your local dealer, where you have purchased this TV
for further information.
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Overview of the Remote Control
1. Standby / On
2. Mono/Stereo - Dual I-II
3. Expand (in TXT mode)/ Image size
4. Green / Picture Menu / Subtitle on-off (in DTV
mode)
5. Red /Sound Menu
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7. Teletext / Mix / PAT (in TXT mode)
8. Cursor Left
9. Menu
10. AV / Source
11. Favourite Mode Selection (in DTV mode)
13. Info / Reveal (in TXT mode)
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17. Electronic programme guide (in DTV mode)
18. Programme Up / Page down (in DTV mode)
19. Sleep Timer
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20. Picture Mode Selecion
21. Okay (Store) / Select / Channel list (in DTV
mode)/ Hold (in TXT mode)
22. Cursor Down
23. Exit (in DTV mode) / Return / Index page (in
TXT mode)
24. Cursor Right / Subpage (in TXT mode)
25. Cursor Up
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27. Yellow / Feature Menu
28. Blue / Install Menu
29. Displays Auto Retune function
30. Subtitle on-off (in DTV mode) / TXT subtitle
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LCD TV and Operating Buttons
FRONT and REAR VIEW
SIDE VIEW
Control Buttons
1. Standby button
2. TV/AV button
3. Programme Up/Down
buttons
Standby LED
4. Volume Up/Down buttons
Note: Press
and
buttons at the same time to view
main menu.
Viewing the Connections- Back Connectors
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1. Subwoofer Out is for connecting an external, active subwoofer to the set to give a much deeper bass
effect.
Use an appropriate RCA cable to connect the set to a subwoofer unit.
2. Audio Line Outs output audio signals to an external device such as an optional sound system.
To connect the external speakers to your TV, use AUDIO LINE OUTS of the TV with an audio cable.
3. EXT 2 inputs or outputs for external devices.
4. EXT 1 inputs or outputs for external devices.
Connect the SCART cable between EXT (SCART) sockets on TV and EXT (SCART) socket on your
external device (such as a decoder, a VCR or a DVD player).
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Note: If an external device is connected via the EXT (SCART) sockets, the TV will automatically switch
to AV mode. If both sockets are employed at the same time, EXT 1 will override EXT 2 unless manually
selected.
Note: You should connect the decoder to EXT-1, if you are planning to watch a scrambled channel.
The decoder might not function properly if you do not connect the decoder to the EXT 1 socket.
5. Component Video Inputs (YPbPr) are used for connecting component video.
You can connect the component video and audio sockets with a device that has component output.
Connect the component video cables between the COMPONENT VIDEO INPUTS on on the TV and
the component video outputs of your device. While connecting, be sure that the letters on your TV, “Y”,
“Pb”, “Pr” correspond with your device’s connectors.
6. PC/YPbPr Audio Inputs are used for connecting audio signals of a PC or a device that connects to the
TV via YPbPr.
Connect the PC audio cable between the AUDIO INPUTS on the TV and audio output of your PC to
enable PC audio.
Connect the audio cable between AUDIO INPUTS on the TV and audio outputs of your device to
enable component audio.
7. S/PDIF Coaxial Out outputs digital audio signals of the currently watched source.
Use an SPDIF coaxial cable to transfer audio signals to a device that has S/PDIF input.
8. RF Input connects to an antenna or a cable system..
Note that if you use a decoder or a media recorder, you should connect the aerial cable through the
device to the television with an appropriate antenna cable, as shown in the illustration in the following
pages.
9. Ethernet (LAN) Input is used for MHEG return channel (future service, currently under development by
broadcaster).
10. PC Input is for connecting a personal computer to the TV set.
Connect the PC cable between the PC INPUT on the TV and the PC output on your PC.
11. HDMI 2: HDMI Input
12. HDMI 1: HDMI Input
HDMI Inputs are for connecting a device that has an HDMI socket. Your LCD Television is capable of
displaying High Definition pictures from devices such as a High Definition Satellite Receiver or DVD
Player. These devices must be connected via the HDMI sockets or Component Socket. No sound
connection is needed for an HDMI to HDMI connection.
When you use the wall mount kit (optional) with the LCD TV, we would definitely recommend to plug all your
cables into the back of the LCD before mounting to the wall.
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Viewing the Connections - Side Connectors
SERVICE
3. Side USB input 2 is available in analogue TV mode. You can use Media
Browser screen to browse a connected USB disk.
5Vdc-Max500mA
2. Important Notice: Side USB Input 1 is for service use oniy. Note that this
USB connector does not have any other functions such as playing audio or
picture files.
5Vdc-Max500mA
1. CI Slot is used for inserting a CI card. A CI card allows you to view all
the channels that you subscribe to. For more information, see “Common
Interface” section.
4. HDMI-3: HDMI Input.
5. Headphone jack is used for connecting an external headphone to the system.
Connect to the HEADPHONE jack to listen to the TV from headphones
(optional).
6. Video Input is used for connecting video signals of external devices. Connect
the video cable between the VIDEO IN socket on the TV and the VIDEO OUT
jack on your device.
7. Audio Inputs are used for connecting audio signals of external devices.
Connect the audio cable between the AUDIO INPUTS on the TV and the
AUDIO OUTPUT jacks on your device. Note: If you connect a device to the
TV via the VIDEO INPUT, you should also connect your device with an audio cable to the AUDIO
INPUTS of the TV to enable audio.
8. S-Video Input is used for connecting an S-VIDEO signal (e.g. from a camcorder or VCR). For using
S-VIDEO input; connect the video cable between the S-VIDEO input on the TV and the S-VIDEO
output on your device. Connect the audio cable between the AUDIO INPUTS (indicated with number 7
in the illustration) on the TV and the audio jacks on your device.
Power Connection
IMPORTANT: The TV set is designed to operate on 220-240V AC, 50 Hz.
• After unpacking, allow the TV set to reach the ambient room temperature before you connect the set to the
mains.
• Plug the power cable to the mains socket outlet.
Aerial Connection
• Connect the aerial or cable TV plug to the AERIAL INPUT socket located at the rear of the TV.
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Using USB Input
•You can connect USB devices to your TV by using
the USB input of the TV. This feature allows you to
display/play JPG and MP3 files stored in a USB
stick.
• It is possible that certain types of USB devices (e.g.
MP3 Players) may not be compatible with this TV.
• You may back up your files before making any
connections to the TV set in order to avoid any
possible data loss. Note that manufacturer will not
be responsible for any file damage or data loss.
• Do not pull out USB module while playing a file.
• The TV supports only FAT32 disk formatting. NTFS
format is not supported. If you connect a USB disk
with NTFS format, “usb is unformatted” osd will
be displayed.
Connecting the LCD TV to a PC
For displaying your computer’s screen image on
your LCD TV, you can connect your computer to the
TV set.
• Power off both computer and display before making
any connections.
• Use 15-pin D-sub display cable to connect a PC to
the LCD TV.
• When the connection is made, switch to PC source.
See “Input selection” section.
• Set the resolution that suits your viewing requirements.
Resolution information can be found in the appendix
parts.
CAUTION: Quickly plugging and unplugging
USB devices, is a very hazardous operation.
Do not repeatedly plug and unplug the USB
drive.This may cause physical damage
to the USB player and especially the USB
device itself.
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Audio
Inputs
PC audio cable
(not supplied)
to AUDIO INPUTS
on the TV
USB Memory Connection
• Plug your USB device to the USB input of the TV.
• If the plugged USB disk is not recognised, please
reinsert the disk.
• It is recommended that you connect your USB
device directly to the Side USB input 2 of the TV.
Some compatibility problems may occur if you use
a separate cable connection.
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PC Input
PC RGB cable
(not supplied)
to PC input
Connecting to a DVD Player
If you want to connect a DVD player to your LCD
TV, you can use connectors of the TV set. DVD
players may have different connectors. Please refer
to your DVD player’s instruction book for additional
information. Power off both the TV and the device
before making any connections.
Note: Cables shown in the illustration are not supplied.
• If your DVD player has an HDMI socket, you can
connect via HDMI. When you connect to DVD player
as illustrated below, switch to HDMI source. See,
“Input Selection” section.
• Most DVD players are connected through
COMPONENT SOCKETS. Use a component video
cable to connect video input. For enabling audio, use
a component audio cable as illustrated below. When
the connection is made, switch to YPbPr source.
See, “Input selection” section.
• You may also connect through the EXT 1 or EXT 2.
Use a SCART cable as shown below.
Using Side AV Connectors
You can connect a range of optional equipment
to your LCD TV. Possible connections are shown
below. Note that cables shown in the illustration are
not supplied.
• For connecting a camcorder, connect to the S-VIDEO
or VIDEO IN socket and the AUDIO SOCKETS. Do
not connect the camcoder to S-VIDEO and VIDEO
IN socket at the same time since it can cause noise
in the picture. For selecting the related source, see
the section “Input selection” in the following parts.
• To listen to the TV sound from headphones, connect
to the HEADPHONE jack of theTV.
Headphone
Camcorder
Note: These three methods of connection perform the same
function but in different levels of quality. It is not necessary
to connect by all three methods.
Connecting Other Equipment
via Scart
Most devices support EXT (SCART) connection. You
can connect a; DVD recorder, a VCR or a decoder
to your LCD TV by using the EXT (SCART) sockets.
Note that cables shown in the illustration are not
supplied.
Scart sockets
Component
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Component
audio
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HDMI
inputs
Power off both the TV and the devices before making
any connections.
For more information, refer to your device’s own
instruction book.
Scart sockets
DVD Player
DVD Recorder
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Video Recorder
Decoder
Operation with the Remote Control
Input Selection
Once you have connected external systems to your
TV, you can switch to different input sources.
• Press “SOURCE” button on your remote control for
directly changing sources.
or,
• Select “Source” option from the main menu
by using “ ” or “ ” button. Use then “ ” or
“ ” button to highlight an input and press “ ” button
to select.
Note: You can mark desired source options by pressing the
OK button. Therefore, when “SOURCE” button is pressed,
only the marked source options will be available (except for
the TV source).
• The remote control of your TV is designed to control
all the functions of the model you selected. The
functions will be described in accordance with the
menu system of your TV.
• Functions of the menu system are described in the
following sections.
Volume Setting
• Press “V+” button to increase the volume. Press “V -”
button to decrease the volume. A volume level scale
(slider) will be displayed on the screen.
Programme Selection (Previous or Next
Programme)
• Press “P -” button to select the previous
programme.
• Press “P +” button to select the next programme.
Programme Selection (Direct Access)
• Press numeric buttons on the remote control to
select programmes between 0 and 9. The TV
will switch to the selected programme. To select
programmes between 10 - 1000 (for IDTV) or
10-199 (for analogue), press the numeric buttons
consecutively.Press directly the programme number
to reselect single digit programmes.
Initial Settings
When the TV is turned on for the first time, it is in the
digital mode. Because this is the first time the TV is
used, there are no channels stored in the memory and
the following message appears on the screen.
Basic Operations
You can operate your TV using both the
remote control and onset buttons.
Operation with the Buttons of the TV
Volume Setting
• Press “
” button to decrease volume or
button to increase volume, so a volume level scale
(slider) will be displayed on the screen.
Programme Selection
• Press “P/CH +” button to select the next programme or
“P/CH -” button to select the previous programme.
Viewing Main Menu
• Press the “MENU” button to enter main menu. In the
main menu select sub-menu using “P/CH -” or “P/CH
+” buttons and enter the sub-menu using “
” or
“
” buttons. To learn the usage of the menus,
refer to the menu system sections.
• To select the “Yes” or “No” option, highlight the item
by using “ ” or “ ” buttons and press OK button.
The IDTV will automatically tune to the transmission
channels, searching for digital terrestrial TV broadcasts
and displaying the names of channels found. This
process will take a few minutes. To cancel searching,
you can press MENU button at any time during the
process. The following OSD will be displayed during
the automatic search:
AV Mode
• Press the “TV/AV” button in the control panel on the
TV to switch between AV modes.
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End of the search process, “Choose Region” OSD will
be displayed on the screen. Please select country and
region choice by using navigation buttons and then
press OK to continue.
General Operation
Press the SOURCE button and select DTV from the
list. The TV then switches to digital TV mode.
Information Screen
After Automatic Search is completed, the following
message, asking for analogue channel search,
appears on the screen.
• Whenever you change the channel using the P + or
P - button or numeric buttons, the TV displays the
broadcast picture along with an information banner
at the bottom of the screen. This will remain on the
screen for approximately a few seconds.
• The information banner can also be displayed by
pressing the INFO button at any time while watching
the TV. Pressing INFO button again removes the
banner.
When info banner is on screen, you can use Up or
Down cursor buttons to browse channels.
To search for analogue channels, select “Yes”. TV
switches to the analogue TV mode. A menu will be
displayed to search for analogue channels.
Set Language item by pressing “ ” or “ ” button.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to highlight Country item and
then use “ ” or “ ” to set. Press “ ” or “ ” button to
highlight TXT. Language. Set TXT Language by using
“ ” or “ ” button. To cancel, press the BLUE button.
When finished, press OK or RED button to continue
and the following OSD will be displayed:
After automatic tuning is finalized, a programme list
will appear on the screen. In the programme list you
will see the programme numbers and names assigned
to the programmes.
If you do not accept the locations and/or the names
of the programmes, you can change them in Program
table. For details, see the section, “Program table”.
If the selected channel is locked, you must enter
the correct four digit key to view the channel. In this
case, a dialog box asking for the lock key will be
displayed:
Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
Some, but not all, channels send information about
the current and next events. Please note that event
information is updated automatically. If there are no
event information data available for channels,EPG
will be displayed with blanks.
• Press EPG button to view the EPG menu.
• Press “ ” or “ ” buttons to navigate through
channels.
• Press “ ” or “ ” buttons to navigate through the
programme list.
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Using this option, you can switch to the selected
channel or exit.
Over Air Download
To ensure that your IDTV always has the most upto-date information, please ensure that, after use,
it is set to standby mode. At 3 A.M. each day, the
IDTV automatically searches for any updates which
may be broadcast and will download this to your
IDTV automatically. This operation will normally take
approximately 30 minutes.
RED button (Prev. Day): displays the programmes
of previous day.
GREEN button (Next day): displays the programmes
of the next day.
YELLOW button (Zoom): Expands programme
information.
BLUE button: displays filtering options.
INFO (Details): displays the programmes in detail.
OK (View): shows the highlighted channel / views
options.
Numeric buttons (Jump): go to preferred channel
directly via numeric buttons.
LANG: Scrolls page left.
SUBTITLE: Scrolls page right.
SWAP: Jumps to the current programme.
0 (SEARCH): activates “Guide Search” window
Press “0” button to view Guide Search menu. Using
this feature, you can search the programme guide
database in accordance with the genre selected or
with name match.
Displaying Subtitles
With digital terrestrial broadcasting (DVB-T), some
programmes are broadcast with subtitles.
Note: You can enable subtitles by pressing the SUBTITLE
button.
Digital Teletext
• Press the TELETEXT ( ) button.
• The digital teletext information appears.
• Operate it with the coloured buttons, “ ” / “ ” / “ ”
or “ ”buttons and OK button.
The operation method may differ depending on the
contents of the digital teletext.
Follow the instructions displayed on digital teletext
screen.
• When “Press “SELECT” button or similar message
appears on the screen, press the OK button.
• When the TELETEXT ( ) button is pressed, the
TV returns to television broadcasting.
• With digital terrestrial broadcasting (DVB-T), in
addition to digital teletext broadcasting together with
the normal broadcasting, there are also channels
with just digital teletext broadcasting.
• The aspect ratio (picture shape) when watching
a channel with just digital teletext broadcasting is
the same as the aspect ratio of the picture viewed
previously.
• When you press the TELETEXT ( ) button again,
the digital teletext screen will be displayed.
Analogue Teletext
Use of teletext and its functions are identical to
the analogue text system. Please do refer to the
“TELETEXT” explanations.
Programme Options
Widescreen
In EPG menu, press the OK button to enter the
“Programme Options” menu.
Depending on the type of the broadcast being
transmitted, programmes can be viewed in a number
of formats. Press the SCREEN button repeatedly to
change screen format.
When Auto is selected, the format being displayed is
determined by the picture being broadcast.
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IDTV Menu System
• Press MENU button and DTV main menu will be
displayed.
Deleting the Channels in the Channel
List
• Press “ ” or “ ” buttons to select the channel that
will be deleted.
• Press “ ” or “ ” buttons to select the “Delete’’ item
on Channel List OSD.
Channel List
Using “ ” or “ ” buttons on the remote control in
main menu, make sure that the first item, Channel
List, is highlighted and press the OK button to display
the Channel List. Or you press the OK button during
watching DVB-T broadcasting and get to the Channel
List directly.
• Channel List is the place where the channels are
managed.
Press “OK’ button to delete the highlighted channel
in the channel list. Then the message below appears
on the screen.
Navigating the Entire Channel List
• Press “ ” or “ ” keys for selecting the previous or
next channel.
• You can press
or buttons to move page up or
page down.
• To watch a specific channel, highlight it using “ ”
or “ ” buttons and then press OK button, while the
“Select” item on Channel List menu is highlighted
via “ ” or “ ” buttons.
Moving the channels in the channel
list
Note: You can tag/untag a selected channel by using YELLOW
button. Use GREEN button to Tag/Untag all channels.
Renaming channels
To rename a specific channel, the channel must be
highlighted via pressing “ ” or “ ” buttons and then
highlight the “Edit Name” item by pressing “ ” or “
” buttons. Press “OK” button to activate rename
feature.
• Press “ ” or “ ” buttons to select the channel that
will be moved.
• Press “ ” or “ ” buttons to select the ‘’Move’’ item
on Channel List menu and press OK to confirm.
Now pressing “ ” or “ ” buttons moves to the previous/
next character. Pressing “ ” or “ ” buttons toggles the
current character, i.e., ‘b’ character becomes ‘a’ on and
‘c’ on . Pressing the numeric buttons ‘0...9’ replaces the
highlighted character with the characters printed above
the key one by one as the button is pressed.
Note: If you enter the same programme number of the
channel that you want to move, “....services will be replaced.
Do you want to continue?” OSD will be displayed. Press
OK to confirm or select “No” to cancel.
Press the MENU button to cancel the editing or OK
button to save the new name.
Adding Locks to Channels
Channel Locking provides a password-protected
access to channels selected by parents.
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In order to lock a channel you should know the
Parental Lock password (default value is set to
0000 in the factory and can only be changed from the
Configuration menu).
By pressing “ ” or “ ” buttons, highlight the channel
to be locked and select the “Lock” option by pressing
“ ” or “ ” buttons. Then press the OK button and a
password box is displayed:
Setting Favourites
To set a favourite you should highlight the “Favourites”
item at the bottom of the Channel List menu. Then
press OK button and Edit Favourite List menu
appears on the screen.
Note: You can tag/untag a selected channel by using YELLOW
button. Use GREEN button to Tag/Untag all channels.
Adding a Channel to a Favourites List
By pressing “ ” or “ ” buttons, highlight the channel
that you want to add to the favourite list. By pressing
OK button, the highlighted channel is added to
Favourite List. F icon indicates that a channel is added
to Favourite List.
Removing a Channel from a Favourite List
• Highlight the channel that you want to remove from the
favourite list and press OK button to remove.You can
press OK button again to re-adding a channel.
• To activate Favourites, go to the Configuration menu
and select Favourite mode. Use “ ” or “ ” to set
Favourite mode as on. To cancel Favourites, set
Favourite Mode to Off.
Program Guide
Common Interface
Press MENU button to display the main menu and
use the “ ” or “ ” buttons to highlight the “Common
Interface” line and press OK button.
It is required to subscribe to a pay channel company
to view the pay channels of the Digital Terrestrial
broadcasting.
Obtain the Conditional Access Module (CAM) and
the viewing card by subscribing to a pay channel
company, then insert those to the Television using
the following procedure.
• Switch off the TV and unplug from the mains.
• Insert the CAM, and then the viewing card to the
slot.
• The CAM should be correctly inserted, it is impossible
to insert fully if reversed. The CAM or the TV terminal
may be damaged if the CAM is forcefully inserted.
• Connect the TV to the mains supply, switch on
and then wait for few moments until the card is
activated.
• Some CAMs may require the following set up.
Please set the CAM by entering the DIGITAL TV
menu, Common Interface then pressing OK button.
(CAM set up menu is not displayed when it is not
required.)
•To see the viewing contract information:
• Enter DIGITAL TV; press MENU button, then highlight
Common Interface and press OK button.
• When no module is inserted, “No Common
Interface module detected” message appears on
the screen.
• Refer to the module instruction manual for details
of the settings.
NOTE: Insert or remove the CI module only when the TV is
in STANDBY mode or SWITCHED OFF.
TV Setup
You can use this item to display the TV functions.
The digital TV Setup menu screen is accessed from
the main menu. Press the MENU button to display
the main menu and use or buttons to highlight “TV
Setup”. Press OK button to display TV Setup menu
screen.
You can find detailed information for all menu items
in “Analogue TV Menu System” section.
This section is same with the instructions given in
the General Operations page. Please see Electronic
Programme Guide (EPG) section in the General
Operations part.
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Setup
AC3 Audio
The adjustments in this menu are given as the
following:
Highlight the AC3 Audio item by pressing “ ” or
“ ” buttons. Use the “ ” or “ ” buttons to set the
AC3 Audio as On or Off.
If the channel that you are watching supports AC3
Audio, turn this setting on.
SPDIF Delay
You can use this setting when there is an
synchronization problem in the received broadcast.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to change the delay or use
numeric buttons to enter SPDIF Audio delay manually.
When finished, press GREEN button to apply.
Configuration
You can configure the settings of your TV. Select
Configuration from Setup menu and press OK to
view this menu. Press the RETURN button on the
remote control to exit.
SPDIF Audio
Use this setting to dene digital audio out signal
type. Use “ ” or “ ” buttons to set SPDIF Audio as
Bitstream or PCM. If your selected channel includes
Bitstream sound stream, you should connect your TV
to external equipment by using spdif out of your TV
for enabling the sound output. If you have no external
sound equipment, please select Digital Audio Out as
“PCM” by using “ ” or “ ” button.
Receiver Upgrade
Over Air Download (OAD)
Active Channels
You can select broadcasts to be listed in the channel
list. To display specic types of broadcast, you should
use active channel list setting. Select Active channel
list by using “ ” or “ ” button. Press OK button to
continue.
Scan Encrypted
Scan Encrypted Channel feature will always be YES
after performing rst time installation. When this
setting is on, search process will locate the encrypted
channels as well. If it is set as NO manually, encrypted
channels will not be located while in automatic search
or manual search. Use “ ” or “ ” button to select
Scan Encrypted and then press “ ” or “ ” button to
set this setting as Yes or No.
To ensure that your TV always has the most up to date
information, use this setting. Please ensure that the TV
is set to standby mode. The TV automatically
powers up at 3.00 A.M. each day and searches for
any new information which may be broadcast and
will download this to your receiver automatically. This
operation will normally take approximately 30 minutes.
If you have an important recording to be carried out at
3.00 A.M. and you do not want to interrupt it, disable
auto OAD search by performing the following:
• Press MENU button and using the “ ” or “ ” buttons
to choose Setup and press OK button.
• Highlight Configuration menu with “ ” or “ ” keys
and press OK.
• Using the “ ” or “ ” button change “Automatic
scanning” from Enabled to Disabled.
Output Settings
You can use this option to configure output settings.
• Highlight “Scan for upgrade” menu with “ ” or “
”keys and pres OK to commence upgrade.
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Guidance
When set, this option gets the maturity information
from the broadcast and if this maturity level is disabled,
the TV will not display the related video-audio.
Set PIN
• After the search progress is completed, the message
“ Completed searching for upgrade. No new software
was found” appears on the screen if no new software
is found.
Parental Control
Use “ ” or “ ” buttons to go to “Set PIN” option.
Press OK to display the “Set PIN” window. Use
numeric buttons to enter new pin number you will need
to input your new pin a second time for verification
purposes. The factory default pin number is 0000, if
you change the pin number make sure you write it
down and keep it safe.
• Some channels broadcast material which you do not
want younger members of the family to watch. Any
channel can be ‘locked’ so that it cannot be selected
for viewing unless a four-digit PIN code is entered.
In this way any channel not suitable for younger
viewers can be prohibited.
• This function enables or disables the menu protection
system and allows the PIN code to be changed.
• Use “ ” or “ ” buttons to highlight Parental Control.
Press OK button to enter Parental Control menu. A
dialog box asking for the lock key is displayed:
Audio Description (Optional)
There is only one key which is set to “0000” initially.
Enter lock key. If wrong lock key is entered, the
“WRONG PIN” message will be displayed on the
screen and the TV returns to the previous menu. If the
PIN is correct, the Parental Control menu including
following items will be displayed:
Use “ ” or “ ” buttons to select an item. Then use “
” or “ ” buttons to set.
Audio description refers to an additional narration
track for blind and visually impaired viewers of visual
media. You can use this feature, only if the broadcaster
supports that additional narration track. Select Audio
Description and press OK button to view contents.
Audio Description
This function enables or disables the audio description
feature by pressing the “ ” or “ ”buttons.
Available Langs.
This feature displays available languages. If more than
one language is available, you can select between
available languages by using “ ” or “ ” button.
Preferred Language
Menu Lock
Use “ ” or “ ” buttons to set Menu Lock. Here, you
can set/reset locking function for the main menu or
the installation menu to restrict access. If the menu
lock is disabled, there will be free access to the menu
system.
Disabled: All menus are unlocked.
All Menus: All menus are accessible only with the
correct lock key. So the user cannot add, delete,
rename or move the channels.
Installation Menu: Installation menu is locked, so the
user cannot add channels. Changes will be updated
after exiting Configuration Menu.
By pressing the “ ” or “ ”buttons the preferred audio
description language is being changed. This setting
can be used, only if it is available.
Relative Volume
Using this option, the Audio Description volume level
can be increased or decrased relatively, according to
the general volume.
Language Settings
In this menu the user can adjust the preferred language.
Select “Language” item in the Setup menu and press
OK button. Then language settings menu will be
displayed.
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Automatic Channel Scan
Automatic channel scan is started by pressing
OK button while Automatic channel scan item is
highlighted.
The following message appears on the screen:
.
You can set the desired language options by using “ ” /“
” and “ ”/“ ” buttons.
Highlight Yes or No by using “ ” or “ ” buttons and
press OK button to confirm.
IP Settings
If Yes is selected, automatic search starts.
Selecting No cancels automatic search.
After search is completed for digital channels, a
message asking whether to search for analogue
channels appears on the screen:
You can congure your TV’s IP settings by using this
menu screen. Press YELLOW button to set static
IP settings. Use BLUE button to congure dynamic
IP settings. You can press RED button to disable IP
conguration.
• In order for the Ethernet host to work correctly with
your Internet connection it needs to have a unique IP
address. In most cases all of the parameters can be
provided by the DHCP server in their router. In this
case you should use the “Dynamic” option.
• In the unlikely event that you dou not have a DHCP
server in your router or if you prefer to assign your
own IP address, then the “Static” option can be used.
You will need to enter a unique IP address along
with the default gateway and DNS server. In most
domestic networks the default gateway and DNS
server will both be the IP address of the router.
Installation
The Installation menu is mainly intended to help you
for creating a Channel Table in most efficient way.
Select Installation from the main menu by pressing “
” or “ ” buttons.
Highlight Yes and press OK button to search for
analogue channels. The following menu appears on
the screen for analogue channel search:
Set Language item by pressing “ ” or “ ” button.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to highlight Country item and
then use “ ” or “ ” to set. Press “ ” or “ ” button to
highlight TXT Language. Select a region by using “ ”
or “ ” button. When finished, press OK or RED button
to continue. To cancel, press the BLUE button.
After APS is finalized, the programme table will appear
on the screen. In the programme table you will see
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the programme numbers and names assigned to the
programmes.
Manual Search
Analogue TV Menu System
Picture Menu
In Manual Search, the number of the multiplex is entered
manually and only that multiplex is searched for the
channels. For every valid channel number, signal level
and signal quality are shown on the screen.
In both manual and auto search any existing channel
in the database is not re-stored to avoid redundant
duplicates of that channel.
First Time Installation
The user can use this item to load default settings,
which were loaded to the receiver at the factory.
To install factory settings, highlight “First Time
Installation” menu item and press OK button, then
you will be asked whether or not to delete the settings.
Selecting “Yes” by pressing OK button while the “Yes”
is highlighted, will delete the existing channel table.
Mode
For your viewing requirements, you can set the related
mode option.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Mode. Press “
” or “ ” button to choose from one of these options:
Natural, Cinema and Dynamic..
After factory settings are loaded, a message asking
for automatic search appears on the screen:
Contrast/Brightness/Sharpness/Colour/
Hue
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select the desired option.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to set the level.
Note: Hue option can only be visible when the TV receives
an NTSC signal.
Highlight “Yes” item by pressing “ ” or “ ” buttons
and press OK button to start installation. After search
is completed for digital channels, a message asking
whether to search for analogue channels appears
on the screen. This process is same as described in
Automatic Search section.
Note : You can display First time installation menu by
pressing pip button on the remote control.
Colour Temp
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Colour Temp.
Press “ ” or “ ” to choose from one of these options:
Normal, Warm and Cool..
Note:
• For normal colours, select Normal option.
• Setting Warm option gives white colours a slight red
stress.
• Setting Cool option gives white colours a slight blue
stress.
Noise Reduction
If the broadcast signal is weak and the picture is
noisy, use Noise Reduction setting to reduce the
noise amount.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Noise Reduction.
Press “ ” or “ ” to choose from one of these options:
Low, Medium, High or Off.
Film Mode
Films are recorded at a different number of frames per
second to normal television programmes.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Film Mode.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to set this feature On or Off.
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Turn this feature on when you are watching.
Equalizer
films to see the fast motion scenes clearly.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Equalizer. Press “
” button to view equalizer menu.
Game Mode (optional)
Select Game Mode by pressing “ ” or “ ” button.
Use “ ” or “ ” button to set Game Mode as On or
Off. When Game Mode is set to On, specific game
mode settings, which are optimized for better video
quality, will be loaded.
Also; Picture Mode, Contrast, Brightness, Sharpness,
Colour and Colour Temp settings will be invisible and
disabled while Game Mode is on.
Note:
Picture mode selection button on the remote control will have
no function while Game Mode is on.
Picture Zoom
Select Picture Zoom by pressing “
button.
” or “
”
Use “ ” or “ ” buttons, to change picture zoom to
Auto, 16:9, 4:3, Panoramic, 14:9, Cinema, Subtitle
or Zoom.
Note : Picture mode settings can be set 16:9 or 4:3 only while
in Digital Tv mode.
Reset
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Reset. Press
“ ” or “ ” or OK button to reset the picture modes to
factory default settings.
Store
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Store. Press “ ”
or OK button to store the settings. “Stored...” will be
displayed on the screen.
Sound Menu
Press “ ” or “ ” button to change the preset. In
equalizer menu, the preset can be changed to Flat,
Classic, User, Music, Movie and Speech.
Select the desired frequency by pressing “ ” or “ ”
button and increase or decrease the frequency gain
by pressing “ ” or “ ” button.
Press the “MENU” button to return to the previous
menu.
Note: Equalizer menu settings can be changed only when
the Equalizer Mode is in User.
Balance
This setting is used for emphasizing left or right
speaker balance.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Balance. Press “
” or “ ” button to change the level of the balance.
Balance level can be adjusted between -32 and +
32.
Headphone
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Headphone. Press
“ ” button to view the headphone menu.
Headphone sub-menu options are described below:
Volume
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Volume. Press “
” button to increase headphone volume level. Press
“ ” button to decrease headphone volume level.
Headphone volume level can be adjusted between
0 and 63.
Sound Mode
Volume
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Volume. Press “ ”
or “ ” button to change the level of the Volume.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Sound Mode. Using
“ ” or “ ” button, you can select Mono, Stereo, Dual I
or Dual II mode, only if the selected channel supports
that mode.
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AVL
Automatic Volume Limiting (AVL) function adjusts the
sound to obtain fixed output level between programmes
(For instance, volume level of advertisements tend to
be louder than programmes).
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select AVL. Press “ ” or
“ ” button to set the AVL as On or Off.
Spdif Out
Press “ ” or “ ”” button to select Spdif Out . Press “
” or “ ” button to set the Spdif Out as On or Off .
Effect
If you are watching a mono broadcast, set Effect on to
obtain a better sound effect which will be more stereolike. If the current sound system is stereo, switching
this effect on will give a more spatial effect.
buttons will not work, except for the Standby/On
button. When Child Lock is activated you are able to
switch the TV into Standby mode with the Standby/
On button. To switch the TV on again, you need the
remote control. In this case the control panel buttons
(except for the STANDBY button) will not work. Hence,
if one of those buttons is pressed, Child Lock Is On
will be displayed on the screen when the menu screen
is not visible.
Language
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Language. Use “
” or “ ” button to select the Language.
Default Zoom
Store
While zoom mode is set as AUTO, the TV will set
the zoom mode in accordance with the signal of
the broadcast. If there is no WSS or aspect ratio
information, the TV will then use this setting to adopt.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Default Zoom. You
can set Default Zoom to 16:9, 4:3, Panoramic or
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Store. Press “ ”
or OK button to store the settings. “Stored...” will be
displayed on the screen.
Note : Default Zoom feature will not be available while in
Digital Tv mode.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Effect. Press “ ”
or “ ” button to set as On or Off .
Feature Menu
14:9 by pressing “ ” or “ ” button.
Blue Background
If the signal is weak or absent, the TV will automatically
change to a blue screen. To enable this, set Blue
Background to On.
By pressing “ ” or “ ” button, select Blue
Background. Press “ ” or “ ” button to set Blue
Background as On or Off.
Menu Background
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Menu Background.
You can set menu background level by pressing
“ ” or “ ” button.
Power Save Mode
Use “
” or “
” button to select Power Save Mode.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to set Power Save Mode as
On or Off.
Sleep Timer
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Sleep Timer. Use
“ ” or “ ” button to set the Sleep Timer.
The timer can be programmed between Off and 2
hours (120 minutes) in steps of 10 minutes.
If Sleep Timer is activated, at the end of the selected
time, the TV goes automatically to standby mode.
Child Lock
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Child Lock.
Use “ ” or “ ” button to set the Child Lock On or Off.
When On is selected, the TV can only be controlled
by the remote control. In this case the control panel
See the section, “Environmental Information” in
this manual for further information on Power Save
Mode.
Note : Backlight function will be invisible if Power Save
Mode is set to on.
Backlight
This setting controls the backlight level. Select
Backlight by pressing “ ” or “ ” button.
Press“ ” or “ ” button to set Backlight to Auto,
Medium, Maximum or Minimum.
Menu Timeout
To set a specific display timeout for menu screens,
set a value for this option.
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Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Menu Timeout. Use
“ ” or “ ” button to change menu timeout to 15 sec,
30 sec or 60 sec.
Band
TXT (Teletext) Language
Channel
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Teletext Language.
Use “ ” or “ ” button to change Teletext Language to
West, East, Cyrillic, Turk/Gre, Arabic or Persian.
HDMI PC Full Mode
If you want to view PC screen in HDMI mode by using
external connection, HDMI PC FULL MODE option
should be On to adjust the screen ratio correctly. This
item might be inactive in some resolutions.
Band can be selected either C or S. Press “ ” or
“ ” button to set Band.
Channel can be changed by “ ” or “ ” button or
numeric buttons.
Colour System
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Colour System.
Use “ ” or “ ” button to change the colour system to
AUTO, PAL, SECAM or PAL60.
Sound System
Note: If you connect an HDMI device and switch the TV to
HDMI mode, this feature will be visible (except for 480p/576p
resolution).
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Sound System.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to change the sound system
to BG,DK, I, L or L’.
Full Mode (optional)
Fine Tune
If you connect a device via HDMI or YPbPr connectors
and set 1080i/1080P resolutions, Full Mode item will
be visible.You can set Full Mode as 1:1 or Normal
by using “ ” or “ ”.If you select 1:1, screen ratio will
be adjusted correctly. If you set Normal, screen ratio
may expand.
Ext Out
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Ext Out. Use “ ” or
“ ” button to set the Ext Out as On or Off.
Note:
For copying from a DVD or VCR device, you should choose
desired source from source menu and turn “On” to EXT Out
from feature menu.
Install Menu
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Fine Tune. Press “
” or “ ” button to adjust the tuning.
Search
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Search. Use “ ”
or “ ” button to start programme searching. You can
also enter the desired frequency using the numeric
buttons while Search item is highlighted.
Store
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Store. Press “ ”
or OK button to store the settings. “Stored...” will be
displayed on the screen.
Install Menu in AV Modes
The following screen appears in the install menu when
the TV is in AV modes. Note that limited options will
be available. Switch to TV mode for viewing complete
version of the Install menu.
Colour System
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Colour System.
Use “ ” or “ ” button to change the colour system to
AUTO, PAL, SECAM, PAL60, NTSC 4,43 or NTSC
3,58.
Store
Program
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Program. Use “ ”
or “ ” button to select the program number. You can
also enter a number using the numeric buttons on the
remote control. There are 200 programme storage
between 0 and 199.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select Store Program.
Press “ ” or OK button to store the settings.
“Stored...” will be displayed on the screen.
Program Table
Select Program Table by pressing “ ” or “ ”
button.
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By moving the cursor in four directions you can reach
20 programmes in the same page. You can scroll the
pages up or down by pressing the navigation buttons
to see all the programmes in TV mode (except for the
AV modes). By cursor action, programme selection is
done automatically.
Name
Press “ ” or “ ” button to select your country. If
you want to exit from A.P.S. function, press the
BLUE button. When you press OK or RED button
for starting automatic tuning, all stored programmes
will be erased and the TV will search for available
channels. During the search, the following OSD will
be displayed:
To change the name of a programme, select the
programme and press the RED button.
The first letter of the selected name will be highlighted.
Press “ ” or “ ” button to change that letter and “ ”
or “ ” button to select the other letters. By pressing
the RED button, you can store the name.
Move
Select the programme which you want to insert by
using the navigation buttons. Press the GREEN
button. By using the navigation buttons move the
selected programme to the decided programme space
and press the GREEN button again.
Delete
To delete a programme, press the YELLOW button.
Pressing the YELLOW button again erases the
selected programme from the programme list, and
the following programmes shift one line up.
Whenever you press the BLUE button, APS function
stops and Program Table appears on the screen.
If you wait until the end of APS, Program Table will be
displayed with the programmes found and located.
Source Menu
Press “ ” or “ ” button and select the sixth icon.
Then press “ ” or OK button. Source menu appears
on the screen:
APS (Auto Programming System)
When you press the BLUE button for starting
automatic tuning, Auto Programming System menu
will appear on the screen:
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In source menu, highlight a source by pressing “
” or “ ” button and switch to that mode by
pressing “ ” button. Source options are; TV, DTV,
EXT-1, EXT-2, SIDE AV, S-VIDEO, HDMI-1, HDMI-2,
HDMI-3, YPbPr or PC-VGA.
With the OK button you can set or remove a mark. When
a mark is removed; this source does not appear in the
OSD when you press the AV / Source button of the remote
control.
Note: Once you have connected optional equipment systems
to your TV, you should select the required input to view
pictures from that source.
Media Browser Menu
Playing .mp3 Files
If you play a mp3 file, the following screen will be
displayed during the playback:
You can use cursor buttons on the remote control for
available functions.
Playing .jpg Files
If you play a jpg file, the following screen will be
displayed while viewing:
If you plug a valid USB flash drive to the TV set, the
following menu will be displayed on the screen if
the plugged USB unit is compatible with this TV set.
Contents of this screen will change in accordance with
the files stored on your USB drive.
• You can display pictures (.jpg files) or play music
(.mp3 files) through the Media Browser.
Note:
• See the section, “Using Digital Multimedia Connectors”,
before plugging a device to the TV set.
• If you enter the Media Browser menu without plugging a
USB device to the TV, “No USB Device” message will be
displayed on the menu screen.
You can use cursor buttons on the remote control for
available functions.
PC Mode Menu System
See “Connecting the LCD TV to a PC” section for
connecting a PC to the TV set.
For switching to PC source, press “SOURCE” button
on your remote control and select PC input. You can
also use “Source” menu to switch to PC mode.
Note that PC mode menu settings are available only while
the TV is in PC source.
PC Position Menu
Select the first icon by pressing “ ” or
“ ” button. PC Position menu appears on the
screen:
Note: Unknown file formats will be marked with a question
mark.
You can use the following remote control buttons to
browse between files stored on your USB drive:
Up / Down Explores the files.
OK Views / plays a selection / enter folder.
Menu Back.
Red
Filters JPG files.
GREEN
Filters MP3 files.
“ ”/“ ”
Select next or previous file.
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Autoposition
If you shift the picture horizontally or vertically to an
unwanted position, use this item to put the picture
into correct place automatically. This setting therefore
automatically optimizes the display.
Select Autoposition item by using “ ” or “ ” buttons.
Press OK or “ ”, “ ” button.
Warning: Please ensure auto adjustment is performed
with a full screen image to ensure best results.
H (Horizontal) Position
This item shifts the image horizontally to right hand
side or left hand side of the screen.
Select H Position item by using “ ” or “ ” button.
Use “ ” or “ ” button to adjust the value.
V (Vertical) Position
This item shifts the image vertically towards the top
or bottom of the screen.
Select V Position item by using “ ” or “ ” button.
Use “ ” or “ ” button to adjust the value.
Phase
Depending on the resolution and scan frequency that
you input to the TV set, you may see a hazy or noisy
picture on the screen. In such a case you can use this
item to get a clear picture by trial and error method.
When you are in DTV Mode and press “ ” or “
” button, the Information of the previous or next
programme is displayed. To switch to the displayed,
programme just press OK button.
Mute Function
Press “ ” button to disable sound. Mute indicator will
be displayed in the upper side of the screen.
To cancel mute, there are two alternatives; the first
one is pressing the “ ” button and the second one
is increasing the volume level.
Picture Mode Selection
By pressing PRESETS button, you can change
Picture Mode settings in accordance with your
viewing requirements. Available options are Dynamic,
Natural and Cinema.
Note : This function will not be available while in PC mode.
Freezing Picture
You can freeze the picture on the screen by pressing
the “OK” button on the remote control in TV mode.
Press the “OK” button to freeze picture. Press again
to quit freeze mode (available only in analogue TV
mode).
Zoom Modes
Select Phase item by using “ ” or “ ” buttons. Use
“ ” or “ ” button to adjust the value.
You can change the aspect ratio (image size) of the TV
for viewing the picture in different zoom modes.
Dot Clock
Press “SCREEN” button to directly change the zoom
mode.
Dot Clock adjustments correct the interference
that appear as vertical banding in dot intensive
presentations like spreadsheets or paragraphs or
text in smaller fonts.
Select Dot Clock item by using “ ” or “ ” buttons.
Use “ ” or “ ” button to adjust the value.
Available zoom modes are listed below.
Note:
In YPbPr and HDMI modes, while in 720p-1080i resolutions,
only 16:9 mode is available.
In PC mode, only 16:9 mode is available.
PC Picture Menu
Auto
For adjusting PC picture items, do the following: Press
“ ” or “ ” button to select the second icon. PC Picture
menu appears on the screen.
When a WSS (Wide Screen Signalling) signal, which
shows the aspect ratio of the picture, is included in
the broadcast signal or the signal from an external
device, the TV automatically changes the ZOOM
mode according to the WSS signal.
• When the AUTO mode does not function correctly
due to poor WSS signal quality or when you want to
change the ZOOM mode, change to another ZOOM
mode manually.
Contrast, Brightness, Colour and Colour
Temperature settings in this menu are identical to
settings defined in TV picture menu under “Analogue
TV Menu System”.
Note: If you set Colour Temp as User, you can define R, G,
B settings manually.
Sound,Feature and Source settings are identical to thesettings
explained in Analog Tv menu system.
Displaying TV Information
Programme Number, Programme Name, Sound
Indicator and Zoom Mode information is displayed
on the screen when a new programme is entered or
INFO button is pressed.
16:9
This uniformly stretches the left and right sides of a
normal picture (4:3 aspect ratio) to fill the wide TV
screen.
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• For 16:9 aspect ratio pictures that have been
squeezed into a normal picture (4:3 aspect ratio),
use the 16:9 mode to restore the picture to its
original shape.
4:3
Use to view a normal picture (4:3 aspect ratio) as this
is its original size.
Teletext
The teletext system transmits information such as
news, sports and weather on your TV. Note that if the
signal degrades, for example in poor/adverse weather
conditions, some text errors may occur or the teletext
mode may be aborted.
Teletext function buttons are listed below:
“
Panoramic
This stretches the left and right sides of a normal
picture (4:3 aspect ratio) to fill the screen, without
making the screen.
” Teletext On-Off / Mix / PAT Mode
Activates teletext mode when pressed once. Press
again to place the teletext screen over the programme
(mix). Pressing this button again will split the screen
into two windows, one displaying the teletext and the
other displaying the current channel. Pressing again
will quit the teletext mode.
“RETURN” Index
Selects the teletext index page.
“SCREEN” Expand
The top and bottom of the picture are slightly cut off.
14:9
This zooms up the wide picture (14:9 aspect ratio) to
the upper and lower limits of the screen.
Press once to enlarge top half of the page, press again
to enlarge the bottom half of the page. Press again to
revert back to normal size.
“
” Reveal
Shows hidden information (e.g. solutions of games).
“OK” Hold
Holds a text page when convenient. Press again to
resume.
“ ” Subcode Pages
Cinema
This zooms up the wide picture (16:9 aspect ratio) to
the full screen.
Selects subcode pages if available when the teletext
is activated. Press again to place the teletext screen
over the programme (mix).
P+ / P- and numbers (0-9)
Press to select a page.
Note: Most TV stations use code 100 for their index pages.
Subtitle
This zooms up the wide picture (16:9 aspect ratio)
with subtitles to the full screen.
Coloured Buttons
(RED/GREEN/YELLOW/BLUE)
Your TV supports both FASTEXT and TOP text
systems. When these systems are available, the
pages are divided into groups or topics.
When FASTEXT system is available, sections in a
teletext page will become colour-coded and can be
selected by pressing the coloured buttons. Press
a coloured button that corresponds to with your
needs.
Zoom
This option zooms to the picture.
Note: You can shift to screen up or down by pressing “ ”
/ “ ” buttons while picture zoom is selected as panaromic,
14:9, Cinema or Subtitle.
The coloured writings will appear, showing you which
coloured buttons to use when TOP text transmission
is present. Pressing P - or P + commands will request
the next or previous page respec­tively.
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Teletext Subtitle (in analogue TV mode only)
If you press SUBTITLE button, teletext subtitle
information will be displayed on the bottom right part
of the screen (if available). You can set the desired
option by highlighting it using “ ” or “ ” button and
then by pressing OK button.
Tips
Screen Care
Clean the screen with a slightly damp, soft cloth. Do
not use abrasive solvents as they may damage the
coating layer of the TV screen.
For your safety, unplug the mains plug when cleaning
the set. When moving the TV, hold it properly from
the bottom part.
Image Persistence
Sound
If you cannot hear any sound check to see if the
button has been pressed.
If sound is coming from only one of the speakers. Is the
balance set to one extreme? See Sound Menu.
Remote Control
Your TV no longer responds to the remote control.
Perhaps the batteries are exhausted. If so you can
still use the local buttons of the TV.
Input Sources
If you cannot select an input source, it is possible that
no device is connected.
Check the AV cables and connections if you have tried
to connect a device.
Please note that ghosting may occur while displaying
a persistent image. LCD TVs’ image persistence may
disappear after a short time. Try turning off the TV
for a while.
To avoid this, do not leave the screen in still picture
for extended periods.
No Power
If your TV system has no power, please check the
main power cable and connection to the mains
socket outlet.
Poor Picture
Have you selected the correct TV system? Is your TV
set or house aerial located too close to a non-earthed
audio equipment or neon lights, etc.?
Mountains or high buildings can cause double pictures
or ghost images. Sometimes you can improve the
picture quality by changing the direction of the
aerial.
Is the picture or teletext unrecognisable? Check if you
have entered the correct frequency. Please retune
the channels.
The picture quality may degrade when two peripherals
are connected to the TV at the same time. In such a
case, disconnect one of the peripherals.
No Picture
Is the aerial connected properly? Are the plugs
connected tightly to the aerial socket? Is the aerial
cable damaged? Are suitable plugs used to connect
the aerial? If you are in doubt, consult your dealer.
No Picture means that your TV is not receiving a
transmission. Have you selected the correct button
on the remote control? Try once more.
Also make sure the correct input source has been
selected.
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Appendix A: PC Input Typical Display Modes
The display has a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1200. The following table is an illustration of some of the
typical video display modes.
Your TV may not support different resolutions. Supported resolution modes are listed below.
If you switch your PC to an unsupported mode, a warning OSD will appear on the screen.
Resolution
Frequency
Hor
Ver
Ver (Hz)
Hor
(KHz)
Standard
Supported
Zoom Modes
1
640
350
85
37.9
VESA
16:9, 4:3
2
640
400
85
37.9
VESA
16:9, 4:3
3
640
400
70
31.5
IBM VGA
16:9, 4:3
4
640
480
60
31.5
VESA
16:9, 4:3
5
640
480
66
35.0
MAC
16:9, 4:3
6
640
480
72
37.9
VESA
16:9, 4:3
7
640
480
75
37.5
VESA
16:9, 4:3
8
640
480
85
43.3
VESA
16:9, 4:3
9
800
600
56
35.2
VESA
16:9, 4:3
10
800
600
60
37.9
VESA
16:9, 4:3
11
800
600
70
43.8
12
800
600
72
48.1
VESA
16:9, 4:3
13
800
600
75
46.9
VESA
16:9, 4:3
14
800
600
85
53.7
VESA
16:9, 4:3
15
832
624
75
49.7
MAC
16:9, 4:3
16
1024
768
43
35.5
VESA
(interlace)
16:9, 4:3
17
1024
768
60
48.4
VESA
16:9, 4:3
18
1024
768
70
56.5
VESA
16:9, 4:3
19
1024
768
72
57.7
16:9, 4:3
20
1024
768
75
60.0
16:9, 4:3
21
1024
768
85
68.3
16:9, 4:3
22
1152
864
60
53.8
23
1152
864
70
64.2
VESA
16:9, 4:3
24
1152
864
75
67.5
VESA
16:9, 4:3
25
1152
864
85
77.1
VESA
16:9, 4:3
26
1152
870
75
68.9
MAC
16:9, 4:3
27
1280
768
60
47.7
VESA
16:9, 4:3
28
1360
768
60
47.7
29
1280
768
75
60.2
VESA
16:9, 4:3
30
1280
960
60
60.0
VESA
16:9, 4:3
31
1280
960
75
75.0
VESA
16:9, 4:3
32
1280
960
85
85.9
VESA
16:9, 4:3
33
1280
1024
60
64.0
VESA
16:9
34
1280
1024
75
80.0
VESA
16:9
35
1280
1024
85
91.1
VESA
16:9
36
1400
1050
60
65.3
16:9
37
1400
1050
75
82.3
16:9
38
1440
900
60
55.9
16:9
39
1440
900
75
70.6
40
1600
1200
60
75.0
41
1680
1050
60
65.3
16:9
42
1920
1200
60
74.5
16:9
Index
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16:9, 4:3
16:9, 4:3
16:9, 4:3
16:9
VESA
16:9
Appendix B: AV and HDMI Signal Compatibility (Input Signal
Types)
Source
EXT 1
EXT 2
SIDE AV
S-VIDEO
YPbPr
Supported Signals
Available
PAL 50/60
O
NTSC 60
O
RGB 50
O
RGB 60
O
PAL 50/60
O
NTSC 60
O
RGB 50
X
RGB 60
X
PAL 50/60
O
NTSC 60
O
PAL 50/60
O
NTSC 60
O
480I
60Hz
O
480P
60Hz
O
576I
50Hz
O
576P
50Hz
O
720P
50Hz
O
720P
60Hz
O
1080I
50Hz
O
1080I
60Hz
O
1080P
50Hz
O
1080P
60Hz
O
480I
60Hz
O
480P
60Hz
O
576I
50Hz
O
576P
50Hz
O
720P
50Hz
O
HDMI2
720P
60Hz
O
HDMI3
1080I
50Hz
O
1080I
60Hz
O
1080P
50Hz
O
1080P
60Hz
O
1080P
24 HZ
O
HDMI1
(X: Not Available, O: Available)
Note: In some cases a signal on the LCD TV may not be displayed properly. The problem may be an
inconsistency with standards from the source equipment (DVD, Set-top box, etc.). If you do experience such
a problem please contact your dealer and also the manufacturer of the source equipment.
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Appendix C: Supported File Formats for USB Mode
Media
File
Extension
Music
.mp3
Remarks
Format
Video
Audio
--
Layer 1/ 2/
(Maximum resolution/Bit rate etc.)
MPEG 1/2
Sample Rate: 8K ~ 48KHz, Bit Rate:
32K~320Kbps
3 (MP3)
Photo
.jpg
MAX. Width 7680 Height 4320, 16 Mega-pixel
Baseline
JPEG
Support format: 444/ 422/ 420
Appendix D: Supported DVI Resolutions
When connecting devices to your TV’s connectors by using DVI converter cables (not supplied), you can refer
to the following resolution information.
24Hz
25Hz
30Hz
50Hz
480i
60Hz
þ
480p
þ
576i
þ
576p
þ
720p
þ
þ
þ
þ
þ
þ
1080i
1080p
þ
þ
þ
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Specifications
Digital Reception (DVB-T)
TV BROADCASTING
Transmission Standards:
PAL/SECAM B/G D/K K’ I/I’ L/L’
MPEG2, MPEG4 HD DVB-T
RECEIVING CHANNELS
i. DEMODULATION
VHF (BAND I/III)
-Symbol rate: COFDM with 2K/8K FFT mode.
-Modulation: 16-QAM - 64-QAM FEC for all DVB
modes (automatically found)
UHF (BAND U)
HYPERBAND
NUMBER OF PRESET CHANNELS (analogue)
ii. VIDEO
1000
-H.264 (MPEG-4 part 10) main and high profile level
4.1/MPEG-2 MP@HL video decoder.
-HD display multi format capable (1080i)
-CVBS analogue output.
CHANNEL INDICATOR
iii. AUDIO
200
NUMBER OF PRESET CHANNELS (digital)
On Screen Display
RF AERIAL INPUT
75 Ohm (unbalanced)
OPERATING VOLTAGE
220-240V AC, 50 Hz.
AUDIO
German + Nicam Stereo
AUDIO OUTPUT POWER
(WRMS.) (10% THD)
2x6
POWER CONSUMPTION (W)
150 W (max)
< 1 W (Standby)
PANEL
32” Wide Screen
DIMENSIONS (mm)
-MPEG-1 layer I/II, MPEG-2 layer II, AAC, HEAAC,
AC3
-Sampling frequencies supported are 32, 44.1 & 48
kHz
Digital Reception (DVB-T2)
Demodulation
- QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM, 256QAM with 1k, 2k, 4k,
8k, 16k, 32k FFT mode
Frequency Band
- UHF/ VHF
Channel BW
- 8 MHz /7MHz
Profiles
- MPEG-4 H.264/AVC HP@L 4.0, MP@L 4.0 (HD)
- H.264/AVC MP@L 3 .2, HP@L 3 .2 (SD)
- MPEG-2 MP@HL, MP@ML (SD)
DxLxH (With foot): 212 x 794 x 556
Weight (Kg): 12.30
DxLxH (Without foot): 97 x 794 x 520
Weight (Kg): 11.60
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Important Instruction
For your own safety read following instruction carefully before attempting to connect this unit to the mains
supply.
MAINS (AC) OPERATION
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code :
GREEN
&
YELLOW
(Earth)
(if there is earth cable)
FUSE
BROWN
(Live)
BLUE
(Neutral)
IMPORTANT
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured
markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured green and yellow must be connected to the terminal which is marked with
the letter E, or by the earth symbol, or coloured green or green and yellow.
The wire which is coloured blue or black must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the
letter N or coloured Black.
The wire which is coloured brown or red must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the
letter L or coloured Red.
For continued protection against risk of fire, replace only with same type and rating of fuse (ASTA
approved 5A 250VAC fuse).
CAUTION
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK DISCONNECT FROM THE MAINS BEFORE REMOVING
COVER. NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
SAFETY PRECAUTION
THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE DISCONNECTED FROM THE MAINS WHEN NOT IN USE. DO NOT
ALLOW THIS UNIT TO BE EXPOSED TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
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