LG | 42PX3RVA | LG 42PX3RVA Owner’s Manual

PLASMA TV
OWNER'S MANUAL
Please read this manual
carefully
before
operating your set.
Retain it for future reference.
Record model number and serial number of the set.
See the label attached
on
the back
mation to your dealer when you
Model number
:
Serial number
:
P/NO
:
3828VA0541K
(MF056C,
and quote this inforservice.
cover
require
151S/138M
TX)
Safety Warnings
Instructions
Safety
Safety
W
WARNING
Do not
place the
sources
such
This may
-
as
set in direct
heat
cause a
registers,
sunlight
or
stove and
near
heat
so on.
Do not insert any
-
This may
use
or
place
any
This may
-
the set in
such
damp place
it is likely to get
where
cause a
fire
or
cable
antenna
building
to
could
give
an
as a
bathroom
-
This may
inside
between
and
outside
damaged
inside the set and could
give
-
In
grounding
er
should be
methods
are
employed
danger
a
of
possible, a separate circuit breakinstalled by a qualified electrician.
not
and
cause
serious
injury
water while
use
This may
shock.
case
electric shock.
on
to
a
the set.
child
or
adult.
cleaning the
damaged
cause
the set
set.
could
or
give
an
electric
-
of smoke
or
cause a
attempt
your dealer
Power
strange smell from the set, switch
from the wall outlet and contact your
service center.
This may
Do not
-
or
,unplug it
dealer
If the earth wire is not connected, there is possible
electric shock caused by the current leakage.
If
an
an
Earth wire should be connected.
-
give
electric shock.
it off
-
could
wet.
prevent rain from flowing in.
This may cause water
electric shock.
-
or
place heavy objects
Do not
Bend
fire
vent.
fire.
Do not
Do not
cause a
object into the exhaust
This may
shock.
or
fire
or
could
give
an
electric shock.
to service the set
yourself. Contact
service center.
cause
damaged
the set
or
could
give
an
electric
supplier
During
storm
activity, unplug the
outlet and don't touch
-
Short-circuit
breaker
This may
shock.
cause
an
damaged
set from the wall
antenna cable.
the set
or
could
give
an
electric
DISCONNECTING DEVICE FROM MAINS
-
-
Do not connect
ground
to
telephone wires, lightning
rods
or
gas
Mains
plug is the disconnecting
readily operable.
device. The
plug
must remain
pipe.
Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases,
shall be placed on the apparatus.
WARNING in U.K.
*
This set is
only
with a BS 1363 approved 13 amp mains plug, fused at 13 amp. When replacing the fuse
always use a 13 amp BS 1362, BSI or ASTA approved type. Never use this plug with the fuse cover omitted. To
obtain a replacement fuse cover contact your dealer or "LG Electronics U.K. Ltd." If the type of plug supplied is not
suitable for the mains sockets in your home, then the plug should be removed and a suitable type fitted.
A mains plug removed from the mains lead of this set must be destroyed. A mains plug with bared wires is
hazardous if inserted in a mains socket. Do not connect either wire to the earth pin, marked with the letter E or
with the earth symbol
or coloured green or green and yellow. If any other plug is fitted, use a 13 amp fuse,
either in the plug, or at the distribution board.
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following codes: BLUE: NEUTRAL, BROWN: LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this set may not correspond with the coloured marking identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black. The wire which is coloured brown must be connected
to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
supplied
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE AND ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
2
PLASMA TV
Safety Warnings
*
Safety
instructions have two kinds of
WARNING
NOTES
information, and each meaning of it is
as
ENGLISH
below.
The violation of this instruction may
cause
serious
The violation of this instruction may
cause
light injuries
injuries
and
even
of the
damage
or
death.
product.
Take
care
of
under
danger that may happen
specific condition.
NOTES
Never touch the power
-
This may
cause an
plug with
a
wet hand.
Ensure the power cord doesn't trail
objects like a heater.
electric shock.
-
Disconnect from the mains and
tions before
remove
all
bookcase
-
or
Ventilation
or an
electric shock.
Do not
plug in unit if power cord or plug is damaged
the connecting part of the power outlet is loose.
moving.
place the
fire
cause a
any hot
connec-
-
Do not
This may
across
set in
a
built-in installation such
as a
This may
fire
cause a
or an
or
electric shock.
rack.
Dispose of used batteries carefully
from eating them.
required.
-
In
case
of
a
child
eating them,
to
prevent
contact doctor
immediately.
When
moving the set assembled with speakers
carry holding the speakers.
-
This may cause the set to fall, causing serious
adult, and serious damage to the Monitor.
child
a
injury to
a
do not
child
or
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
When
installing the set on a table, be careful not
place the edge of its stand on the end of the table.
-
This may cause the set to fall, causing serious
adult, and serious damage to the set.
injury to
a
child
to
or
-
This may
cause
damage
the set
Contact the service center
or
could
once
a
give
an
electric shock.
year to clean the
internal part of the set.
-
Accumulated dust
can cause
mechanical failure.
The distance between eyes and the screen should be
7 times the diagonal length of the screen
approx. 5
~
away.
-
If not, eyes will strain.
Unplug the set from the wall outlet when it is left unattended
and unused for long periods of time or occurred a state of
emergency.
-
Do not
place
an
outside antenna in the
head power lines
cuits.
-
This may
cause an
or
vicinity of overother electric light or power cir-
Accumulated dust may cause a fire or
deterioration through electric leakage.
an
electric shock from
electric shock.
There should be
antenna
and
enough distance between an outside
power lines to keep the former from
touching the latter
-
This may
Do not
-
even
cause an
pull the plug
This may
cause a
when the antenna falls.
electric shock.
not the cord when
disconnecting.
fire.
Owner's Manual
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Contents
Contents
Contents
Time Menu
Safety Warnings
SafetyInstructions.......................2~3
Introduction
RemoteControlKeyFunctions.
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LocationandFunctionofControls
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Options
SettingtheClock.........................19
SettingtheOn/OffTimer...................19
AutoSleep..............................19
SleepTimer.............................19
Special Menu Options
ChildLock..............................20
Installation
ExternalEquipmentViewingSetups.
Displayable Monitor Specification
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ISM
Method
(Image Sticking Minimization)
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LowPower..............................20
HDMI..................................11
Demo.............................20
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Accessories.............................12
InstallationOptions.......................13
Operation
TurningontheSet........................14
On-Screen Menu Language Selection (option)
.14
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Onscreenmenus........................15
Channel Menu
Options
AutoProgrammeTuning...................16
ManualProgrammeTuning.................16
FineTuning.............................16
AssigningaStationName..................17
Booster(option)..........................17
ProgrammeEdit..........................17
FavouriteProgramme.....................17
.17
CallinguptheProgrammeTable
Picture Menu Options
PSM(PictureStatusMemory)...............18
CSM(ColourStatusMemory)...............18
Manual Colour Temperature Control
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Screen Menu
Options
AutoConfigure..........................20
ManualConfigure........................20
SelectingWideVGA/XGAmode.............20
SettingPictureFormat.....................21
PictureSizeZoom........................21
ScreenPosition..........................21
Cinema................................21
NR(NoiseReduction).....................21
.21
Initializing (Reset to original factory value)
Teletext (option)
TeletextLanguageSelection................21
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sRGB.................................18
ACM(ActiveColourManagement).
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Switchon/off............................21
SIMPLEText(option)......................22
TOPText(option).........................22
FASTEXT..............................22
SpecialTeletextFunctions..................22
Miscellaneous
.23
ProgrammingtheRemote(option).
.24~25
ProgrammingCodes(option).
TroubleshootingChecklist..................26
ProductSpecifications.....................27
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ManualPictureControl....................18
Sound Menu
Options
SSM(SoundStatusMemory)................18
BBE...................................18
AVL(AutoVolumeLeveler).................18
AdjustingSoundControl...................18
TVspeaker.............................19
Stereo/DualReception.....................19
NICAMReception(option)..................19
Disposal
of your old
appliance
1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin
2.
After
reading this manual, keep it in a place
where the
to
4
user can
easily.
PLASMA TV
refer
3.
4.
symbol is attached to a product it
means the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately
from the municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities
appointed by the government or the local authorities.
The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment and human health.
For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance,
please contact your city office, waste disposal service or the shop
where you purchased the product.
Introduction
Remote Control
Control
-
-
When
using the remote
There's maybe a defect
Functions
Key
control aim it at the remote control
in consecutive
sensor
of remote control in
operation
specified brightness according
MUTE
Switches the sound on or off.
to this set feature.
POWER
switches the set
off to standby.
MULTIMEDIA
Selects the Component, RGB or
HDMI modes.
switches the set on from standby.
MUTE
on
from
standby
or
POWER
TV/AV MULTIMEDIA
TV/AV
Selects the TV, AV, Component, RGB
or HDMI modes.
switches the set on from standby.
ENGLISH
of the set.
I/II
Selects the language during dual language broadcast.
Selects the sound output.
I/II
ARC
LIST
ARC
MENU
Changes
the
format.
picture
MENU
LIST
the programme table.
Displays
Displays
Exits the current menu.
Memorizes menu changes.
OK
D / E (Programme Up/Down)
selects a programme or a menu item.
switches the set on from standby.
F / G (Volume Up/Down)
adjusts the volume.
accepts
menu
VOL
VOL
PR
settings.
NUMBER buttons
OK
your selection or displays the
current mode.
123
SSM
To select the sound
456
your
PSM
Adjusts
by
one.
PR
adjusts
on screen menus one
viewing
appropriate
to
programme.
789
the
factory preset picture
according to the room.
PSM
0
SSM
SLEEP
Sets the
Q.VIEW
Returns to the
viewed programme.
Note : This function works only when
Favourite programme is set to
Off. Otherwise each press of this button will select a stored favorite pro-
previously
Q.VIEW
TEXT
REVEAL
gramme.
timer.
SLEEP
MODE
M
?
sleep
SIZE
MIX
UPDATE
TIME
HOLD
INDEX
TEXT
These buttons are used for teletext.
For further details, see the 'Teletext'
section.
COLOURED BUTTONS
These buttons are used for teletext (only
TELETEXT models) or programme edit.
i
Installing
Batteries
?
Open
the
battery compartment
insert the batteries with correct
?
cover on
polarity.
Install two 1.5V alkaline batteries of AAA
batteries with
new
the back side and
type. Don't mix used
batteries.
Owner's Manual
5
Introduction
Remote Control
Control
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Key
Functions
When
using the remote control aim it at the remote control sensor of the set.
There's maybe a defect in consecutive operation of remote control in specified brightness according
POWER
switches the set
INPUT
Selects the TV, AV, Component, RGB or
HDMI modes.
switches the set on from standby.
INPUT
VCR
TV
MODE
CABLE
-
ZOOM
Q.VIEW
MUTE
Switches the sound
LIST
SLEEP
ARC
MENU
TEXT/*
viewed programme.
Displays
one.
Note
(only
VOL
SSM
PSM
edit.
PR
appropriate to your
viewing programme.
room.
TIME
VCR BUTTONS
LG video cassette recorder.
REVEAL
INDEX
MIX
?
Open
the
the
PLASMA TV
displays
menu
settings.
Selects
menu
item.
HOLD
VOL +/- (Volume Up/Down)
Increases/decreases sound level.
PR +/- (Programme Up/Down)
Selects a programme.
MODE
M
battery compartment cover
batteries with correct polarity.
on
Install two 1.5V alkaline batteries of AA
teries with
6
POSITION
Adjusts
Batteries
?
or
D/EorF/G
SIZE
?
format.
rent mode.
NUMBER buttons
Installing
picture
accepts your selection
factory preset picture according
a
the
OK
PSM
Controls
These buttons are used for teletext
TELETEXT models) or programme
:
Changes
To select the sound
to the
sec-
ARC
SSM
Adjusts
lan-
the programme table.
These buttons are used for teletext.
For further details, see the 'Teletext'
tion.
Exits the current menu.
Memorizes menu changes.
the
dual
TEXT/*
MENU
by
off.
LIST
SLEEP
Sets the sleep timer.
on screen menus one
on or
I/II
Selects the language during
guage broadcast.
Selects the sound output.
OK
Displays
HDMI
I/II
favorite programme.
previously
off to
or
+
MUTE
FAV
Q.VIEW
Returns to the
STB
ZOOM
FAV
a
standby
MULTIMEDIA
Selects the Component, RGB or
modes.
switches the set on from standby.
DVD
ZOOM- /ZOOM+
reduces the main picture size.
selects
from
standby.
MULTIMEDIA
AUDIO
or
on
POWER
MODE
Selects another device.
Enlarges
to this set feature.
new
batteries.
the back side and insert
type. Don't mix used bat-
the
cur-
Introduction
Location and Function of
of Controls
Controls
ENGLISH
<Front Panel Controls>
42PX3RV series
TV/AV
INPUT
1
1.
2
3
MENU
5.
Power Indicator
Illuminates red in
MENU
set is turned
Illuminates green when the
Memorizes
Switches the set
or
menu.
changes.
OK
Accepts
3. Power Button
INPUT
menu
one.
on.
6.
4.
by
on screen menus one
Exits the current
standby mode,
PR
7
Displays
2.
VOL
PR
6
Remote Control Sensor
OK
VOL
OK
5
4
MENU
on
from
standby
or
off to
standby.
7.
or
or
displays
the current mode.
(Programme Up/Down)
programme or a menu item.
Switches the set on from standby.
F / G (Volume Up/Down)
TV/AV Button
Selects the TV, AV, Component, RGB
Switches the set on from standby.
D / E
your selection
HDMI modes.
Selects
a
Adjusts
Adjusts
the volume.
menu
settings.
42PX2RV series
ON/OFF
INPUT
MENU
Main Power Button
VOL
MENU
Displays
Remote Control Sensor
on screen menus one
Standby Indicator
Illuminates red in standby
mode, Illuminates green
on
by
one.
Exits the current menu.
Memorizes menu changes.
Power
when the set is turned
PR
INPUT
or
TV/AV Button
Selects the
RGB
or
TV, AV, Component,
HDMI modes. If OSD is
displayed,
selects
menu
item.
D / E (Programme Up/Down)
selects a programme or a menu item.
switches the set on from standby.
F / G (Volume Up/Down)
adjusts the volume.
adjusts
menu
settings.
Owner's Manual
7
Introduction
Location and Function of
of Controls
Controls
-
-
Shown is
a
simplified representation
of the set.
What is shown here may be somewhat different from your set.
<Back Panel>
AV5
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
9
L/MON
AUDIO
R
M
NNT
AUD
AC INPUT
SVD
HDMI
VD
AUD
AV
RGB INPUT
AUDIO INPUT
Antenna
AUD
AV
VA
AUD
RS-232C INPUT
REMOTE
CONTROL
AB
UT
(CONTROL/SERVICE)
AV
2
1
1.
3
HDMI(DVI VIDEO)
or
core
use
6
use
6. EURO SCART SOCKET
RGB/DVI audio,
the cable that has
a
we
strongly
recom-
core, or the EMI Filter
Connect the
a.
2. REMOTE CONTROL
If you want to
INPUT(CONTROL/SERVICE)
port
on a
PC.
outputs
outputs
to
Y, PB, PR of COMPONENT
to Audio sockets of AUDIO INPUT.
(AV4)
equipment
(AV 2), you must change
operates
on
the
on
DC power.
on
to the
S-Video 2 (Y/C) mode.
AC power. The
Specifications page.
Never
9. AUDIO/VIDEO INPUT
(AV5)
S-VIDEO/AUDIO IN SOCKETS
S-VIDEO/AUDIO IN SOCKETS
Connect the S-VIDEO out socket of
This Monitor
to
these sockets.
an
VCR to the S-VIDEO
socket.
Connect the audio out sockets of the VCR to the audio sock-
PLASMA TV
scart cable.
7. ANTENNA INPUT
Connect the audio/video out sockets of external
8
use
8. POWER CORD SOCKET
AUDIO/VIDEO IN SOCKETS
in AV4.
the EURO scart cable, you have to
PORT
4. COMPONENT INPUT
as
use
b. If the S-VIDEO(Y/C) signal is received through the Euro scart
Connect to the RS-232C
ets
scart socket of the VCR to these sockets.
signal shielded Euro
socket 2
INPUT and audio
euro
Note:
the
Connect DVD video
8
output socket of the PERSONAL COM-
along with separate cable.
3. RS-232C
7
5. VARIABLE AUDIO OUTPUT
STB to this socket.
Note: If you want to
mend that you
5
/ AUDIO INPUT / RGB INPUT
Connect the monitor
PUTER, DVD
4
voltage
attempt
to
is indicated
operate the
set
Installation
External
Equipment
V
iewing
Viewing
Setups
Setups
ENGLISH
<Back Panel>
COM PONEN
SVDEO
AUD O
VDEO
AUD O
AV1
Antenna
HDMI
RGB INPUT
AUDIO INPUT
A
V4
AUD O
AV2
REMOTE
CONTROL
RS-232C INPUT
VAR ABLE
AUDOOU
(CONTROL/SERVICE)
AV3
Connection to PC
Connection to AV
equipment
Owner's Manual
9
Installation
Displayable
Monitor
Specification
Specification
RGB / HDMI mode
Resolution
Horizontal
Vertical
Frequency(KHz)
Frequency(Hz)
31.468
70.09
37.861
85.08
31.469
70.08
37.927
85.03
31.469
59.94
35.000
66.66
37.861
72.80
37.500
75.00
43.269
85.00
31.500
60.00
37.799
70.00
39.375
75.00
31.500
60.00
37.799
70.00
39.375
75.00
35.156
56.25
37.879
60.31
48.077
72.18
46.875
75.00
53.674
85.06
49.725
74.55
48.363
60.00
56.476
70.06
60.023
75.02
68.677
85.00
54.348
60.05
63.995
70.01
67.500
75.00
68.681
75.06
60.023
60.02
63.981
60.02
640x350
720x400
640x480
848x480
852x480
800x600
832x624
1024x768
1152x864
1152x870
1280x960
1280x1024
42PX3RV series
42PX2RV series
?
Component/HDMI Input signal
Mode
Terminal
10
Component
RGB
(DTV)
HDMI
(DTV)
480i
o
x
x
576i
o
x
x
480p
o
o
o
576p
o
o
o
720p
o
o
o
1080i
o
o
o
PLASMA TV
Installation
-
HDMITM, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia
Interface
are
trademarks
or
of
PC) have Analog Audio Output Connector, RGB/DVI Audio
Input of the set connect to Analog Audio Cable (not supplied
with the product). And then you can listen to normal Audio.
trademarks of HDMI
registered
Licensing.
-
-
-
-
-
This set
High-Definition Multimedia Interface
(HDMI) or Input of Digital Visual Interface(DVI).
This set supports HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Contents
Protection) Protocol for the set (480p, 720p, 1080i) modes.
When you connect to HDMI/DVI Source devices (DVD
Player, STB or PC) that support AUTO HDMI/DVI Plug &
Play, this sets the HDMI/DVI source devices automatically.(640 x 480p).
Afer reading HDMI/DVI source devices, using Display Data
Channel (DDC) Protocol, Extended Display Identification
Data (EDID) stored in the set is used.
If HDMI/DVI Source devices do not support AUTO
HDMI/DVI, the resolution is set manually.
To get the best picture quality, adjust the DVD Player or Set Top
Box output resolution to 640 x 480p.
To get the best picture quality, adjust the PC graphics card
to 640
-
can
receive the
Reference
Cable
sample (not supplied
with the
HDMI Cable
product)
Analog Audio Cable
(RCA type)
480, 60Hz.
x
When Source Devices have DVI
must connect audio with
Output Connector, you
separated cable.(Refer to <How
to
connect>)
How to connect
1. When Source Devices
(DVD Player
or
Set
Top Box) support
Analog
(Stereo
HDMI to DVI Cable
HDMI.
-
If
Source
Devices
have
HDMI
Devices connect to the set with
with the
-
-
-
Output Connector, Source
HDMI Cable .(not supplied
How to
If Source Devices
support Auto HDMI, automatically, Source
Devices divert output resolution in 640x480p. But if not, resolution divert Manually Setting for reference Manual of Source
2. Turn
Devices.
3. Select HDMI/DVI
To get the best picture quality, adjust the DVD
Top Box output resolution to 640x480p.
Because HDMI sends
there is
Digital
2. When Source Devices
(DVD Player
or
Set
If
Source
Devices
have
DVI
Devices connect to the set with HDMI to DVI Cable
plied
-
with the
product).
support Auto DVI, automatically, Source
Devices divert output resolution in 640x480p. But if not, resolution divert Manually Setting for reference Manual of Source
-
In this case, Audio
have Analog Audio
use
And then you
3. When PC
-
If PC has
-
or
Set
other cable. When Source Devices
Output Connector, RGB/DVI Audio Input
of the set connect to Audio Cable
uct).
Player
can
(not supplied
with the
-
prod-
listen to normal Audio.
DVI
to the set with
Output Connector, Source Devices connect
HDMI to DVI Cable (not supplied with the prod-
-
uct).
-
-
To get the best picture
640x480, 60Hz.
quality, adjust
Use the the set's HDMI/DVI
the PC
(VIDEO)
graphics
card to
for video connections,
your PC connector.
depending
If the graphics card on the PC does not
on
-
and DVI
-
-
-
output analog RGB
simultaneously, connect only one of either RGB Input
or HDMI/DVI Input to display the PC on the set.
If the graphics card on the PC does output analog RGB and
DVI simultaneously, the set to either RGB Input or HDMI/DVI
Input; (the other mode is set to Plug and Play automatically by
the set.)
Then, make the corresponding audio connections. If using a
sound card, adjust the PC sound as required.
In this case, Audio use other cable. When PC (or sound card
the set
Input
source
in Main
Input option
of PIP/DW
image
on
PC
graphics
card
or con-
the graphics card, DOS mode may not work if
HDMI to DVI Cable.
Depending
on
you use a
Avoid keeping
image on the set screen for a long period of time. The fixed image may become permanently imprinted on the screen. Use the Orbiter screen saver when possia
fixed
ble.
supports DVI.
a
on
Notes:
-
To get the best picture quality, adjust the DVD
Top Box output resolution to 640x480p.
the POWER button
picture is clear. If the refresh rate of the
card can not changed, change the PC graphics
sult the manufacturer of the PC graphics card.
(not sup-
Devices.
-
or
until the
Source
If Source Devices
Set
HDMI/DVI Source Devices to another resolution, change the
refresh rate or adjust the brightness and contrast on the menu
Top Box) supports
Output Connector,
or
your set. There may be noise associated
with the resolution, vertical pattern, contrast or brightness in
HDMI/DVI Source Devices. If noise is present, change the
DVI.
-
on
PC) and the set.
the display by pressing
Devices(DVD Player
menu.
cable,
one
type)
and HDMI/DVI Source Devices remote control.
HDMI Cable.
using
Set
or
Box
4. Check the
Video and Audio with
need for Audio Cable when
no
Player
Top
to RCA
use
1. Connect the HDMI/DVI Source
product).
Audio Cable
When Source Devices connected HDMI/DVI
Input, output
PC
Resolution(VGA, SVGA, XGA), Position, Size may not fit to
Screen. As shown the lower picture, press the MENU button
to adjust the screen Position of the set and contact an PC
graphics card service center.
When Source Devices connected HDMI/DVI Input output the
set Resolution(480p, 720p,
1080i), the set Display fit
EIA/CEA-861-B Specification to Screen. If not, refer to the
Manual of HDMI/DVI Source Devices
or
contact your service
center.
-
In
of HDMI/DVI Source Devices
case
are
not
connected,
poor cable connection, "No Signal" OSD display in
HDMI/DVI Input. And In case of Video Resolution not supCable
ported
OSD
or
when output is HDMI/DVI Source Devices, "No Signal"
display. Refer to the Manual of HDMI/DVI Source
Devices
or
contact your service center.
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Installation
Accessories
NPUT
MUTMEDA
POWER
MUTE
POWER
DVD
TV
VCR
MODE
CABLE
AUDO
STB
ZOOM
-
ZOOM
TV/AVMULTIMEDIA I/II
+
FAV
MUTE
SLEEP
LIST
QVIEW
LIST
/II
ARC
MENU
ARC
MENU
TEXT/*
PR
OK
OK
VOL
VOL
PR
VOL
SSM
123
PR
PSM
or
456
789
PSM
SZE
POSITION
INDEX
HOLD
TME
REVEAL
MIX
MODE
M
?
SSM
Q.VIEW TEXT
SLEEP
REVEAL
MODE
?
LG TV
0
M
SIZE
MIX
UPDATE
TIME
HOLD
INDEX
i
ASmark
Remote Control handset
Owner's Manual
2-Eye
Bolts
1.5V
1.5V
Power Cord
Alkaline batteries
Fixing
-
the set
Secure the set
assembly
to the wall to
assembly by fixing
it to
a
protect the
wall
by using
Eye
Bolts/Wall brackets.
Secure the set
assembly to the
(not supplied with the product),
?
-
tumbling
If the set is mounted on a desk top, insert the 2 Eye-Bolts and tighten them
securely in the upper holes as shown.
Insert the 2 Eye Bolts and tighten securely, in the holes on the bracket.
Install the wall brackets on the wall with 2 bolts, (not supplied with the product),
as shown.
Match the height of the Eye Bolts and the wall brackets.
Check to be sure the brackets are tightened securely.
?
Optional
the
set
2-Wall brackets
wall with
as
strong strings
or
wound wire
shown.
Extras
Optional
extras
can
be
changed
or
modified for
quality improvement.
Without any notification
new
optional
extras
can
added.
-
Contract your dealer for
buying
these items.
42
40
4
0
50
Tilt wall
12
cables,
mounting
PLASMA TV
bracket
42
Ceiling mounting
bracket
Video cables
Audio cables
be
Installation
Installation
?
?
The set
Options
Options
ENGLISH
be installed in different ways such as on a wall, or on a desktop etc.
Install this set only in a location where adequate ventilation is available.
can
Wall Mount: Horizontal Installation
Desktop
TV/AV
MNU
OK
VOL
Pedestal Installation
PR
TV/AV
?
The set
can
be installed
wall
on a
(For further information, refer
Mounting Bracket Installation
To Mount
on a
as
shown above.
?
The set
can
be mounted
on a
desk
as
MENU
OK
VOL
PR
shown above.
to the
and
optional 'Wall
Setup Guide'.)
Wall
To Install
on a
Desktop
Wall mount minimum allowable clearances for ade-
Pedestal mount minimum allowable clearances for
quate ventilation.
adequate
ventilation.
10cm
3cm
10cm
10cm
TVAV
VAV
MENU
O
VOL
MENU
K
VOL
PR
PR
10cm
Owner's Manual
13
Operation
T
urning
Turning
the Set
Set
on
on
42PX3RV series
When
-
the remote
using
Turning
the set
on
DIA,
/ E
D
Turning
If the set
was
D / E or
the set.
or
TV/AV
(power cord
PR D / E button
or
mode.
standby
on
the set
or
press the
I, INPUT
or
NUMBER button
TV/AV
is still
on
or
POWER, INPUT
the remote control and then the set will switch
on
or
TV/AV, MULTIME-
on.
connected)
turned off with the remote control power button and the
Press the r /
?
sensor on
the set is switched to
NUMBER buttons
the set
on
correctly,
I, INPUT
or
at its
after installation
just
1. Connect power cord
2. Press the r /
control, aim it
PR D / E button
the set
on
the remote control to turn the set
or
r /
press the
I button
on
the set
POWER, INPUT
or
TV/AV, MULTIMEDIA,
on.
42PX2RV series
When
-
the remote
using
Turning
the set
on
TV/AV
or
buttons
Turning
on
1. If the set
PR D / E button
2. If the set
the set
was
the
on
on
the set. At this moment, the set is switched to
the set
(power cord
or
was
is still
turned off with the
ON/OFF button
Press the
?
The
on
ON/OFF button
or
on
TV/AV,
menus can
be shown
on
the
screen
use D
3. Press the G button and then
use D
14
Repeatedly
on, the
TV/AV, MULTIMEDIA,
D
/ E
or
or
NUMBER
on.
the set
on
on.
ON/OFF button
on-screen
Language
in the selected
use D
/ E
language.
on
the set
Selection
Selection
First select your
button to select the SPECIAL
/ E button to select
language.
menu.
Language.
/ E button to select your desired language.
menus will be shown in the language of your choice.
press the MENU button to return to normal TV
PLASMA TV
mode. Press the INPUT
the set and then press the INPUT or TV/AV or PR D / E button on the set or press
MULTIMEDIA, D / E or NUMBER button on the remote control to turn the set on.
2. Press the G button and then
point
or
standby
connected)
the set to turn the set
1. Press the MENU button and then
4.
POWER, INPUT
turned off with the remote control and the
POWER, INPUT
From this
press the
ON/OFF button
On-Screen
On-Screen Menu
-
the set.
the remote control and then the set will switch
Press the
?
sensor on
correctly.
ON/OFF button
on
at its
after installation
just
1. Connect power cord
2. Press the
control, aim it
viewing.
(option)
(option)
Operation
On
On
-
screen
screen menus
menus
The
dialogue between you and your
operating steps are also displayed.
set takes
place
on screen
with
an
operator
menu.
The buttons
required
ENGLISH
for the
Menu selection
1.
Press the MENU button and then D
2.
Press the G button and then the F
3.
Repeatedly
/ E
/ G
button to
display
button to select
each
a menu
press the MENU button to return to normal TV
STATION
Auto programme
G
PICTURE
BG
item.
viewing.
STATION
PSM
G
CSM
Manual programme
Programme
System
menu.
Storage
edit
Favourite programme
from
2
PICTURE
Start
Normal
ACM
Contrast
SOUND
SOUND
TIME
TIME
SPECIAL
SPECIAL
SCREEN
SCREEN
Menu
Auto
config.
Manual
G
To set
STATION
50
Sharpness
50
PICTURE
SOUND
Position
G
Green
0
Blue
0
menu
On
Off
Balance
0
Treble
50
Bass
50
TV
NR
0
SSM
AVL
ARC
Red
Prev.
BBE
config.
Cinema
TIME
Colour
User
PICTURE
Zoom +/SOUND
60
menu
VGA Mode
PICTURE
Warm
100
Brightness
Menu
Prev.
STATION
STATION
Cool
Speaker
TIME
Reset
SPECIAL
SPECIAL
SCREEN
Menu
SCREEN
Prev.
SCREEN
STATION
PICTURE
ISM Method
Prev.
SOUND
menu
Input
Language
Child lock
Menu
STATION
Clock
G
--
:
menu
--
Off time
On time
GOn
PICTURE
Off
Auto
sleep
Low power
SOUND
SOUND
Set ID
Demo
TIME
TIME
SPECIAL
SPECIAL
SCREEN
SCREEN
Menu
Prev.
Menu
SPECIAL
menu
Prev.
TIME
menu
Owner's Manual
15
Operation
Channel
Channel Menu
Auto
Options
Options
Programme Tuning
1. Press the MENU button and then
the STATION
-
All stations that
be received
can
is recommended that you
lation of this set.
Auto programme
PICTURE
/
use D
System
G
Manual programme
Programme
by
this method. It
auto programme
use
1. Press the MENU button and then
STATION
stored
are
Storage
edit
Favourite programme
during
instal-
programme.
3. Press the G button to select
BG
from
gramme number with the F
the Storage menu.
Start
SOUND
TIME
Select the desired proG button or NUMBER buttons on
/
Select
System.
2
/ G
button to select Manual
/ E
Storage.
4. Press the E button to select
the F
/ E button to select
menu.
2. Press the G button and then D
button to select
E
use D
a
TV
system with
button;
L
:
SECAM L/L'
BG
:
PAL
(option)
B/G, SECAM B/G (Europe / East Europe / Asia /
New Zealand / M.East / Africa /
SPECIAL
SCREEN
Menu
I
:
PAL I/II
DK
:
PAL
Prev.
(U.K.
/ Ireland /
D/K, SECAM D/K
Australia)
Hong Kong / South Africa)
(East Europe / China / Africa
/
CIS)
the STATION
M
menu.
2. Press the G button and then D / E button to select Auto pro-
gramme.
3. Press the G button to select
the F
L
:
BG
/ G
Select
a
TV
system with
PAL
:
PAL I/II
DK
:
PAL
/ Ireland /
(U.K.
D/K, SECAM D/K
Australia)
Hong Kong / South Africa)
(East Europe / China / Africa
M
:
(USA /
4. Press the E button
programme number with the F
buttons on the Storage from menu.
/ G
ning
button
or
All receivable stations
Note
:
In
some
are
auto
which broadcast
NUMBER
Fine
is stored for stations
Service), PDC
menu
searching.
Normally
fine
tuning
is
Storage
2
System
BG
G
edit
Favourite programme
SOUND
Band
Channel
V/UHF
1
Fine
TIME
Search
Name
SPECIAL
C01
SCREEN
Menu
16
PLASMA TV
Prev.
only
necessary if
reception
button to fine tune for the best
/ G
STATION
PICTURE
Auto programme
Manual programme
Programme
edit
Favourite programme
SOUND
is poor.
picture
and
Storage
2
System
BG
Band
Channel
V/UHF
1
Fine
TIME
SPECIAL
The
ber.
Programme
3 to 8.
Search
Name
C01
Off
Store
4. Press the OK button.
Manual programme lets you manually tune and arrange the
stations in whatever order you desire. Also you can assign a
station name with five characters to each programme num-
PICTURE
button
station is found the search will
Booster
Programme Tuning
Auto programme
Manual programme
a
/ G
sound.
auto
STATION
the
Repeat
SCREEN
-
If
station, repeat steps
tion to edit the stored programme.
Manual
directly with
Tuning
programming, press the MENU button.
auto programming is completed, the Programme edit
appears on the screen. See the 'Programme edit' sec-
stop
When
commence
3. Press the F
(Programme Delivery Control) or TELETEXT data. If no station name can be assigned to a station, the channel number
is assigned and stored as C (V/UHF 01-69) or S (Cable 0147), followed by a number.
To
NUMBER
the 'Manual programme tuning' steps 1 to 2.
2. Press the G button and then D / E button to select Fine.
1.
VPS (Video Programme
select the channel number
or
begin-
stored.
name
button
8. Press the OK button to store it.
programming.
models, the station
/ G
select the
can
stop.
-
begin
button to
required.
7. Press the E button to select Search. Press the F
5. Press the E button to select Start.
6. Press the G button to
possible,
9. To store another
Select the
as
/ G
number buttons.
/
Korea /
Philippines) (option)
to select Storage from.
Cable
or
desired channel number with the F
to
CIS)
Philippines) (option)
6. Press the E button to select Channel. You
(option)
New Zealand / M.East / Africa /
Korea /
select V/UHF
buttons. If
B/G, SECAM B/G (Europe / East Europe / Asia /
I
(USA /
5. Press the E button to select Band. Press the F
button;
SECAM L/L'
:
System.
:
Booster
Off
5.
finely tuned programme will be indicated by a yellow
number during programme selection.
Repeatedly press the MENU button to return to normal TV
viewing.
Operation
Channel
Channel Menu
Assigning
a
Options
Options
Station Name
Moving
a
1. Select
programme to be moved with the
2. Press the YELLOW button.
the 'Manual programme tuning' steps 1 to 2.
2. Press the G button and then D / E button to select Name.
1.
Repeat
3. Press the G button to
display
the Name
Auto programme
Manual programme
STATION
Programme
PICTURE
edit
2
System
BG
V/UHF
Skipping
a
1
1. Select
a
Name
SPECIAL
3. Press the BLUE button
C01
Booster
SCREEN
Off
When
blank,
can use a
+,
-,
the
alphabet
-
7.
Repeatedly
viewing.
press the MENU button to return to normal TV
In
optional
perform this function.
reception is poor at the fringe
Booster
If the
an
function.
Only
can
of TV
area
signal,
select
Booster to On.
Repeat
3. Press the F
button to select On
/ G
or
5.
Repeatedly
viewing.
5. Select
-
ic '0'
You
press the MENU button to return to normal TV
Edit
the STATION
/ E
use D
button to select
menu.
and
then
D
/
E
button
to
display
the
Programme
0-
-
-
-
Programme
edit
menu.
edit
6C07
2C01
7C55
3C04
8S27
4C05
9S29
Delete
Copy
Move
Skip
programme
The selected programme is
are shifted up one position.
1. Select
a
display
button and then D
/ E
button
the Favourite programme
button to select
--
-----.
or
NUM-
a numer-
in front of
press the MENU button to return to normal TV
press the Q.VIEW
or
FAV button to select stored
up the
Calling
You
Programme
Table
check the programmes stored in the memory
the programme table.
can
playing
programme table
Press the LIST button to display the
by
dis-
Displaying
on
Programme
the
table
menu.
screen.
?
You
may find some blue highlighted programmes shown.
They have been set up in the programme edit mode.
?
Some programmes with the channel number shown in the
programme table indicate there is no station name assigned.
Prev.
programme to be deleted with the
2. Press the RED button twice.
a
G
it, i.e. '05' (or '005') for 5.
another programme, repeat steps 4 to 5.
Repeatedly
viewing.
Select
Copying
button to select Favourite
/ E
store up to 8 programmes.
can
programme in the programme table
programme with the D / E or F / G button.
Selecting
a
press the
The programme table appears
5C05
-
1BLN2
Menu
1. Select
button to select
favorite programmes.
select
edit.
3. Press the G button to
a
/ E
(or '00')
Repeatedly
-
button
G
Programme
Deleting
/ E
directly.
7. Press the OK button.
1. Press the MENU button and then
the
use D
a
6. To store
This function enables you to delete or skip the stored programmes.
Also you can move some stations to other programme numbers or
copy a blank station data into the selected programme number.
2. Press
menu.
desired programme with the F / G button
BER buttons. Any number under 10 is entered with
8.
Programme
table
menu.
Off.
4. Press the OK button.
(or,
3. Press the G button to
4. Press the D
the 'Manual programme tuning' steps 1 to 2.
2. Press the G button and then D / E button to select Booster.
1.
or
menu.
programme.
to select On.)
set with
a
means
This function lets you select your favourite programmes
2. Press the G button and then D
models, Booster is
some
that you will
E button during normal TV
D /
1. Press the MENU button and then
(option)
it
skipped
Programme
the STATION
Booster
again
a
Favourite
so on.
/ E or
programme turns to blue.
to release the skipped programme.
select it in the programme edit
With the E button you can select in the opposite direction.
5. Select the next position by pressing the G button and then
character, and
with the D
viewing. If you want to select the skipped programme, directly enter the programme number with the NUMBER buttons or
A
toZandthenumeric0to9.
make your choice of the second
6. Press the OK button in twice.
skipped
skipped
programme number is
be unable to select it using the
Store
4. Press the D button. You
programme number
programme number to be
2. Press the BLUE button. The
Search
to release this function.
again
button.
F / G
Fine
TIME
button.
D / E or F / G
theD/EorF/Gbutton.
4. Press the YELLOW button
Storage
Channel
SOUND
a
3. Move the programme to the desired programme number with
menu.
Band
Favourite programme
programme
deleted,
all the
D / E or F / G
following
button.
programmes
Then press the OK button.
The Plasma Display switches to the chosen programme number.
copied
with the D
/ E or F / G
button.
programme table
10 programme table pages in which contain 100 programmes.
the D / E or F / G button repeatedly turns the pages.
Paging through
There
are
Pressing
programme
programme to be
a
a
a
Press the LIST button to return to normal TV
viewing.
2. Press the GREEN button.
All the
following
programmes
are
shifted down
one
position.
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Operation
Picture Menu
PSM
-
-
Options
Options
Manual Colour
(Picture Status Memory)
This function
the set to the best
picture appearance.
adjusts
When adjusting picture options (contrast, brightness, colour,
sharpness and tint (NTSC AV only)) manually, PSM is automatically changed to User.
-
-
1. Press the PSM button
Each press of the PSM button
shown below.
?
changes
the
screen
display
as
-
You
Control
Temperature
you
adjust red,
prefer.
You
can
can
blue to any colour
or
green,
temperature
enjoy the vivid and hi-definition picture with LG's
Excellent Digital Reality processor technology.
It's not available to use this function in RGB[PC], HDMI[PC]
mode.
-
Standard
Dynamic
When
selecting picture options (Dynamic, Standard and
Mild) in PICTURE menu, XD is automatically changed to
On.
Mild
User
sRGB
-
You
also select Dynamic, Standard, Mild
the PICTURE menu.
?
can
Picture
Standard and Mild
options Dynamic,
and programmed for good picture quality
cannot be changed.
?
at the
or
When the set
sRGB
User in
the
are
preset
factory
-
-
To initialize values
-
to default
(reset
settings),
select the
-
colour
each other.
This function works in the
following mode:RGB[PC],
(Active
Colour
Management)
the ACM to select the desired skin colour
This function works in the following mode:
Adjust
TV, AV1, AV2, S-Video2, AV3, AV4, AV5
option.
Normal
a
equipment with
difference to display
HDMI[PC].
and
(Colour Status Memory)
connected to external
function, It's adjusted
equal image
ACM
CSM
was
or
option.
COMPONENT,
RGB[DTV], HDMI[DTV].
STATION
PSM
-
G
CSM
PICTURE
TIME
It's not available to
this function in XD Off mode.
use
Normal
ACM
Contrast
SOUND
Cool
Brightness
60
Colour
50
User
50
Sharpness
Manual Picture Control
Warm
100
SPECIAL
Red
0
Green
0
Blue
0
-
-
SCREEN
Menu
Prev.
-
You
adjust picture contrast, brightness, colour, sharpness and tint (NTSC AV only) to the levels you prefer.
It's not available to use colour, sharpness function in
RGB[PC], HDMI[PC] mode.
In the broadcasting system PAL/SECAM, the picture item
can
Tint doesn't work.
Sound
Sound Menu
SSM
-
-
Options
Options
better
(Sound Status Memory)
and musical realism.
speech intelligibility
This function lets you enjoy the best sound without any special adjustment because the set automatically selects the
SSM
STATION
BBE
Balance
SOUND
0
Treble
50
Bass
50
TV
On
Off
AVL
PICTURE
appropriate sound option based on the program content.
When adjusting sound options (treble and bass) manually,
SSM is automatically changed to User.
G
Speaker
TIME
1. Press the SSM button.
SPECIAL
2. Press the SSM button to select your desired sound.
SCREEN
Flat
SRS TSXT
Menu
Prev.
Music
Manufactured under license from BBE
User
Movie
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TruSurround XT
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is
a
trademark of SRS
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from SRS
technology
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Labs, Inc.
incorporated
under license
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High
Definition Sound restores
PLASMA TV
clarity
and presence for
Volume
Leveler)
This feature maintains
change
Note
BBE
(Auto
:
an
equal
volume
level;
even
if you
channels.
Adjusting
BBE
-
Sound, Inc.
Sound Control
Treble, Bass
or
BBE aren't suitable to
use
SRS TSXT.
Operation
Sound
Sound Menu
TV
-
-
-
Speaker
You
internal
speaker status.
In COMPONENT, RGB[PC] and HDMI[PC] mode,
er/variable audio can be output even though there
signal.
can
adjust
If you want to use your external hi-fi stereo
internal speakers of the set.
When
system,
TV
is
speak-
no
video
output
MONO
FM
Press the I/II button to received broadcast state.
Display
the
Multiplex) digital
sound
or
be selected
according to the type of received
by pressing the I/II button repeatedly.
follows
is
mono
received, you
can
select NICAM
FM MONO.
or
received, you
FM MONO. If the stereo
select NICAM
is weak, switch to
can
signal
received, you
can
select NICAM
screen.
In stereo
In
reception if the stereo signal is weak, you can switch
to mono by pressing the I/II button twice. In mono reception the
depth of sound is improved. To switch back to stereo, press the
I/II button twice again.
output selection
AV, Component, RGB
sound for the left and
Repeatedly
?
L+R
:
?
L+L
:
?
R+R
:
for Dual
Language Broadcast
If a programme received in two languages (dual language), you
can switch to DUAL I, DUAL II or DUAL I + II by pressing the
I/II button repeatedly.
DUAL II
Audio
DUAL I, NICAM DUAL II, NICAM DUAL I + II, or MONO.
When FM mono is selected the display MONO appears on
Sound
?
loudspeaker.
mono.
Mono Sound Selection
DUAL I
can
When NICAM dual is
?
?
as
STEREO
Language Selection
Companding
When NICAM stereo is
Display
On screen
MONO
STEREO
DUAL I
to each
be received.
When NICAM
?
?
Broadcast
Mono
Stereo
Dual
separate language
a
Reception (option)
broadcast
disappear.
sends
II
Instantaneous
Sound
Reception
+
If your Plasma Display is equipped with the PDP Tuner for
NICAM reception, the high quality NICAM (Near
-
can
a
On Screen
NICAM
turn off the
programme is selected, the sound information for
the station appears after the programme number and station
name
DUAL I
?
Stereo / Dual
-
Options
Options
sends the
primary broadcast language to the
loudspeakers.
sends the secondary broadcast language to the
loudspeakers.
or
HDMI
mode, you
can
select
output
right loudspeakers.
press the I/II button to select the sound
output.
Audio
signal from audio L input is sent to left loudspeaker and audio signal from audio R input is sent to
right loud-speaker.
Audio signal from audio L input is sent to left and right
loud-speakers.
Audio signal from audio R input is sent to left and right
loud-speakers.
T ime Menu Options
Options
Setting
-
the Clock
Auto
If current time
setting
is
reset the clock.
unplugged,
STATION
is erased
Clock
by
a
power failure
or
the set
Sleep
If there is
-
no
input signal,
the monitor turn off
automatically
after 10 minutes.
G
--
:
--
Off time
Sleep
On time
PICTURE
Auto
sleep
Timer
SOUND
Sleep
-
TIME
preset time.
Press the SLEEP button to select the number of minutes.
-
The
zz
the screen, followed
10, 20, 30, 60, 90, 120, 180 and 240 minutes. The timer
SPECIAL
Menu
display
by
begins
SCREEN
Setting
timer turns the set off at the
Prev.
the On/Off Timer
a.
---
Min will appear
on
to count down from the number of minutes selected.
To check the
remaining sleep time,
press the SLEEP button
once.
-
Timer function
operates only if
current time has been
already
b. To cancel the
set.
-
-
-
---
Off Timer function overrides
to the
same
on
Timer function if
button
are
set
c.
will be erased.
standby
mode for the On Timer to work.
Two hours after the set is switched
tion it will
they
time.
The set must be in
a
sleep zztime, repeatedly press the SLEEP button
until the display
Min appears.
If you turn the set off after setting the sleep timer, the setting
automatically switch
has been pressed.
on
back to
by the on time
standby mode
funcunless
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Operation
Special
Special
Menu
Options
Options
Child Lock
White Wash
?
-
White Wash
permanent images from the screen.
Note: An excessive permanent image may be impossible to
Thesetcanbesetupsothatitcanonlybeusedwiththe
remote control.
-
This set
option
it
was
clear
last set
even
TV/AV, PR D /
MULTIMEDIA,
button
E
the set
on
or
on
avoid
the remote control.
With the Child lock On, the display
Child lock on'
appears on the screen if any button on the front panel is
pressed while viewing the set.
STATION
PICTURE
?
on
the screen, the
screen
will
panel
panel colour of the screen.
automatically inverted every 30 minutes.
colour is
Low Power
GOn
ISM Method
Off
Low power
SOUND
permanent image
a
every 2 minutes.
Inversion :
This is the function to invert the
The
Input
Language
Child lock
:
move
'
-
with White Wash.
Orbiter may help prevent ghost images. However, it is best
not to allow any fixed image to remain on the screen. To
off, press the INPUT or
POWER, INPUT or TV/AV,
NUMBER buttons
D / E or
removes
entirely
Orbiter
?
if you turn the set off.
In Child lock 'On', if the set is turned
to
-
programmed
to remember which
:
-
Set ID
This is the function to reduce the power
consumption
of the
set.
Demo
TIME
SPECIAL
Demo
SCREEN
Menu
Prev.
-
ISM
(Image Sticking Minimization)
Method
Frozen still picture from a PC/video game displayed on the
screen for prolonged periods will result in an ghost image
remaining even when you change the image. Avoid allowing
a fixed image to remain on the set's screen for a long period
of time.
Screen
Screen Menu
Auto
-
Automatically adjusts picture position
image
shaking.
This function works in the following mode : RGB[PC].
When Auto config. has finished, OK will be shown
-
this function in
RGB[PC], HDMI[PC]
If the
Configure
picture
isn't clear after auto
that characters
are
still
adjustment and especially
trembling, adjust the picture phase
manually.
on
-
screen.
-
use
mode.
-
-
and XD
Configure
?
-
on
Options
Options
and minimizes
position of the image is still not correct, try Auto adjustment again.
If picture needs to be adjusted more after Auto adjustment in
RGB[PC], you can adjust the Manual Config..
Although the image is still not correct, your set is functioning
properly but needs further adjustment.
The Auto config. functions don't need to be run for HDMI
?
the difference between XD demo
It's not available to
Manual
-
see
Demo off.
-
-
Use it to
If the
-
To correct the
screen
size, adjust Clock.
This function works in the
following mode : RGB[PC],
RGB[DTV], COMPONENT (480p/576p/720p/1080i), HDMI
(480p/576p/720p/1080i).
It's not available to use Phase, Clock function in RGB[DTV],
COMPONENT (480p/576p/720p/1080i), HDMI
(480p/576p/720p/1080i) mode.
Wide VGA/XGA mode
Selecting
mode.
-
STATION
Auto
config.
Manual
G
SOUND
-
ARC
Position
Cinema
TIME
NR
Reset
SPECIAL
SCREEN
20
PLASMA TV
Menu
Prev.
picture,
match the resolution of RGB mode
and selection of VGA/XGA mode.
config.
Zoom +/-
normal
see a
To set
VGA Mode
PICTURE
To
-
In
some
models, it's
not available to selection of XGA mode.
This function works in the
following
mode
:
RGB[PC].
Operation
Screen
Screen Menu
Picture Format
Setting
-
You
Options
Options
-
watch the screen in various picture formats;
Spectacle, Full (option), Original, 4:3, 16:9 (Wide), 14:9
and Zoom.
?
can
-
Spectacle
When your TV receives the wide screen signal, following
selection will lead you to adjust the picture horizontally, in
non-linear proportion, to fill the entire screen.
?
-
Full
-
(option)
4:3
Following selection will lead you to view a picture with an
original 4:3 aspect ratio, with gray bars appearing at both
the left and right sides.
-
the
picture,
the
screen
may be
You
available to this function after
can
adjusting
Zoom +/-.
When you watch the movie, this function adjusts the set to
the best picture appearance.
This function works in the following mode:
TV, AV1, AV2, S-Video2, AV3, AV4, AV5 or COMPONENT
480i/576i.
16:9
(Wide)
Following selection will lead you to adjust the picture horizontally, in a linear proportion, to fill the entire screen (useful
for viewing 4:3 formatted DVDs).
14:9
You can
NR
-
?
enjoy the picture format of 14:9 or general TV programme through the 14:9 mode. The screen 14:9 is viewed
just like that the screen 4:3 is magnified to the left / right.
-
-
Zoom
selection will lead you to view the picture without
any alternation, while filling the entire screen. However, the
top and bottom portions of the picture will be cropped.
Following
-
enlarging or reducing
display unnatural picture.
Cinema
-
?
When
Original
When your TV receives the wide screen signal, it will be
automatically changed to the picture format to be sent.
?
only
(Wide) and Zoom in
RGB[DTV], HDMI[DTV], Component [DTV] mode only.
You can only select Spectacle, Full (option), 4:3, 16:9
(Wide), 14:9 and Zoom in Component [480i/576i] mode only.
There might be uncomfortable in full mode. Then change into
other mode.
Screen Position
-
?
select 4:3, 16:9
can
Picture Size Zoom
When your TV receives the wide screen signal, following
selection will lead you to adjust the picture horizontally or
vertically, in a linear proportion, to fill the entire screen fully.
?
You
You
only select 4:3
HDMI[PC] mode only.
can
and 16:9
in
(Wide)
(Noise Reduction)
You can select 3D NR or MPEG NR to reduce the picture
noise which may appear on the screen during watching the
TV.
This function is not available for use in RGB[PC[, HDMI[PC]
mode.
3D NR is not available for use in RGB, HDMI,
Component[DTV] mode.
Initializing (Reset
to
original factory value)
This function operates in current mode.
To initialize the adjusted value,
RGB[PC],
?
You
can
Position,
initialize Phase,
Zoom +/-.
Clock, H-Position, V-Position,
eletext (option)
Teletext
T
(option)
-
Teletext
(or TOP text)
set with the teletext
-
Teletext is
is
an
system
of
a
the
on
news,
the
can
are
page number. TOP and FASTEXT are
modern methods allowing quick and easy selection of
corresponding
teletext information.
Teletext
Language
1. Press the MENU button and then
the SPECIAL
2. Press the G
/ E
use D
button to select
menu.
button and then
use
D
/ E
button to select
/ G
button to select
correctly
on
the
screen.
Switch on/off
Press the TEXT
?
Selection
:
Please select your local teletext language.
b. If you don't, the teletext may not appear
topics.
by directly entering
press the MENU button to return to normal TV
a.
support the SIMPLE, TOP
selected
Repeatedly
viewing.
Note
systems. SIMPLE (standard teletext) consists
number of pages which
more
5.
weather, televi-
and many other
prices
The teletext decoder of this set
and FASTEXT
only
most TV stations which
by
information
sion programmes, share
therefore
receive the teletext broadcast.
can
free service broadcast
a
gives up-to-the-minute
-
optional function,
or
The initial page
TEXT/* button to switch to teletext.
or
last page appears
Two page
numbers, TV station
played
the
on
cates your
screen
on
the
screen.
name, date and time
are
dis-
headline. The first page number indi-
selection, while the second shows the
current
page displayed.
Press the TEXT or TEXT/* button to switch off teletext.
Language.
3. Press the G
Teletext
button and then
use
F
Language.
4. Press the D / E
button to select the
required language.
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Operation
eletext (option)
Teletext
T
(option)
SIMPLE Text
(option)
Special
Page selection
1. Enter the desired page number as a three digit number with
the NUMBER buttons. If during selection you press a wrong
number, you must complete the three digit number and then
reenter the correct page number.
2. The D / E button can also be used to select the
following
preceding
or
Teletext Functions
REVEAL
Press this button to
solutions of
as
Press this button
the
page.
display concealed information,
riddles or puzzles.
to
again
such
the information from
remove
display.
SIZE
Programming
colour button in LIST mode
a
If the TV is in SIMPLE text, TOP text or FASTEXT
M
the
button to switch to LIST mode.
Selects double
mode, press
Press this
Four teletext page numbers of your choice can be colour coded
and easily selected by pressing the corresponding coloured button
on
a
2.
the NUMBER
Using
coloured button.
buttons,
select the page you wish to pro-
gramme.
3. Press the OK button. The selected page is stored as the
selected page number, blinking once to confirm this. From
can
on, you
select this page with the
same
the
page.
Press this button
the remote control handset.
1. Press
now
Press this
height text.
button to enlarge the top half of the page.
button again to enlarge the bottom half of
again
to return to the normal
display.
UPDATE
the TV
Displays
the
picture
on
the
screen
while
for
waiting
teletext page.
new
Press this button to view the
coloured but-
updated
teletext page.
ton.
4. The three other coloured buttons
are
programmed
in this way.
HOLD
Stops
TOP Text
The
user
teletext page consists of 2
(option)
four
fields-red, green, yellow and blue
at
yellow field denotes the next group
and the blue field indicates the next block.
screen.
The
yellow
button to
proceed
4. The
red
button
(Alternatively
the E button
return
can
be
to
previous
selection.
used.)
Direct page selection
Corresponding to the SIMPLE text mode, you can select a page
by entering it as a three digit number using the NUMBER buttons
in TOP mode.
FASTEXT
Displays
button.
Page selection
1. Press the
button to select the index page.
select the pages which are colour coded
i
bottom line with the
Corresponding to
page by entering
same
the
coloured buttons.
the SIMPLE text
4. The D / E button
page.
PLASMA TV
its three
along
mode, you
can
select
a
page number with the NUMBER buttons in FASTEXT mode.
22
screen
can
at the
top left-hand
and the automatic page
change
is
again.
the teletext pages
superimposed
To switch the TV
picture
digit
also be used to select the
preceding
or
the TV
on
off press this button
pic-
again.
TIME
This button has two functions:
a) When viewing
display the time
a
TV programme, press this button to
at the
Press this button
In teletext
top right hand
again
to
remove
mode, press this button
number. The sub page number is
The teletext pages are colour coded along the bottom of the
screen and are selected by pressing the corresponding coloured
following
below the time. When this button is
ture.
of the
3.
screen
num-
displayed is, usually,
stop symbol is displayed
of the
corner
b)
can
the
pressed
screen.
2. You
the
a
MIX
be
used.)
permits to
on
if
to the next group with auto-
3. With the green button you can proceed to the next existing
page with automatic overflow to the next group. (Alternatively
can
sub pages. The
or more
To continue press this button
matic overflow to the next block.
the D button
shown
occur
inhibited.
Block / group / page selection
1. With the blue button you can progress from block to block.
2. Use the
which will
change
ber of sub pages and the sub page
guide displays
the bottom of the
the automatic page
screen.
RED/ GREEN
To hold
or
or
change
corner
the
to select
displayed
display.
a
sub page
at the bottom
the sub page, press the
D / E buttons. Press this button
to exit this function.
of the
again
Miscellaneous
Programming
G
The remote is
a
multi-brand
or a
the Remote
universal remote. It
can
be
(option)
(option)
programmed
to
operate
most remote-controllable devices of
turn
the device such
ENGLISH
other manufacturers.
Note that the remote may not control all models of other brands.
Programming
a
code
code into
a
1. To find out whether your remote
remote mode
can
operate the device without programming,
on
as a
VCR and
press the corresponding mode button on the remote.
After that, press the POWER button. If the device is turned off then it
be
programmed.
explained below.
If not, the remote should be
2. Press the MENU and MUTE button
programmed
continuously
at the
to
same
responds properly and the remote need not to
operate the device. The programming procedures are
time for 2
seconds, the
current selected device button
will be illuminated.
If you don't press any button for 20
repeat from step 2.
seconds, the light
3. Enter code numbers
pressing
the
using the number button
button, the light blinks at a time.
on
see
if the device
the mode button will be turned off. In that case, you have to
the remote
by referring
If the device turned
4. Press the MENU button to store the code. After
5. Test the remote functions to
on
blinking twice,
the code table
on
the
following
pages. When
off, the programming is successful.
this code is stored.
responds properly.
If not,
repeat from step
2.
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23
Miscellaneous
Programming
Codes
Codes
(option)
(option)
VCRs
VCRs
Brand
Codes
Brand
Codes
AIWA
034
KENWOOD
014
034
AKAI
016
043
047
048
125
146
001
012
013
101
106
114
046
124
LG
AMPRO
072
ANAM
031
033
103
AUDIO DYNAMICS
012
023
039
BROKSONIC
035
037
129
CANON
028
031
033
CAPEHART
108
CRAIG
003
040
135
CURTIS MATHES
031
033
041
DAEWOO
005
007
010
064
065
108
110
111
112
116
117
119
043
(GOLDSTAR)
039
Brand
Codes
Brand
Codes
PORTLAND
108
TATUNG
039
043
PULSAR
072
TEAC
034
039
043
020
QUARTZ
011
014
TECHNICS
031
033
070
123
QUASAR
033
066
075
145
TEKNIKA
019
031
033
034
RCA
013
020
033
034
043
LLOYD
034
LXI
003
009
013
014
040
041
062
063
THOMAS
034
017
034
101
106
107
109
140
144
TMK
006
145
147
TOSHIBA
008
013
042
047
003
008
010
014
059
082
112
131
031
033
034
040
TOTEVISION
040
101
053
054
101
UNITECH
040
MAGIN
040
MAGNAVOX
031
033
067
068
012
031
MARANTZ
034
033
041
067
069
RICO
058
VECTOR RESEARCH
012
MARTA
101
RUNCO
148
VICTOR
048
MATSUI
027
030
SALORA
014
VIDEO CONCEPTS
012
MEI
031
033
SAMSUNG
032
040
102
104
VIDEOSONIC
040
MEMOREX
003
010
014
031
105
107
109
112
WARDS
033
034
053
072
113
115
120
122
101
102
134
139
125
059
DAYTRON
108
DBX
012
023
DYNATECH
034
053
ELECTROHOME
059
EMERSON
006
017
025
027
MGA
045
046
029
031
034
035
MINOLTA
013
020
036
037
046
101
MITSUBISHI
013
020
045
046
129
131
138
153
049
051
059
061
FISHER
003
008
009
010
151
FUNAI
034
GE
031
033
063
107
109
144
GO VIDEO
132
136
HARMAN KARDON
012
045
HITACHI
004
018
026
043
063
137
INSTANTREPLAY
031
033
JCL
031
033
JCPENNY
012
013
015
040
066
101
039
043
REALISTIC
034
040
072
MULTITECH
024
034
147
NEC
012
023
039
034
OPTONICA
053
054
150
PANASONIC
066
070
074
133
140
145
013
020
031
JVC
012
031
033
043
048
050
055
060
130
150
152
013
017
024
031
033
034
040
053
054
131
043
048
135
YAMAHA
012
034
039
SANYO
003
007
010
014
ZENITH
034
048
056
102
134
058
072
080
101
017
037
112
129
003
008
009
010
013
014
017
020
031
042
073
081
054
149
008
009
SCOTT
043
043
101
043
043
003
022
SEARS
NORDMENDE
033
046
SANSUI
048
PENTAX
034
131
MTC
JENSEN
101
083
031
034
067
PHILIPS
031
033
034
067
071
101
PILOT
101
PIONEER
013
Brand
Codes
GOLDEN CHANNEL
030
HAMLIN
049
050
021
031
SHINTOM
024
SONY
003
009
031
052
056
057
058
076
077
078
149
033
034
033
063
PHILCO
SHARP
054
SOUNDESIGN
034
STS
013
SYLVANIA
031
059
067
048
SYMPHONIC
034
TANDY
010
Brand
Codes
034
CATV
CATV
Brand
Codes
ABC
003
004
039
046
052
053
042
Brand
Codes
SPRUCER
047
078
STARCOM
002
004
076
STARGATE
008
030
POST NEWS WEEK
016
TADIRAN
030
TAEKWANG
110
TAIHAN
105
TANDY
017
PIONEER
055
065
085
090
034
051
052
AJIN
112
HITACHI
052
055
ANTRONIK
014
HOSPITALITY
070
077
ARCHER
005
JERROLD
002
003
004
008
PRUCER
059
CABLE STAR
026
009
010
052
069
PTS
011
048
CENTURION
092
074
073
074
CENTURY
007
LG
CITIZEN
007
M-NET
COLOUR VOICE
065
090
COMBANO
080
COMTRONICS
019
DIAMOND
023
EAGLE
020
030
040
EASTERN
057
062
066
ELECTRICORD
032
OAK
016
031
GE
072
PANASONIC
044
047
GEMINI
008
022
PARAGON
100
GI
052
074
PHILIPS
006
24
PLASMA TV
007
014
024
071
063
072
PULSAR
100
TEXSCAN
029
037
RCA
047
TOCOM
039
MACOM
033
REGAL
049
TOSHIBA
100
081
MAGNAVOX
010
REGENCY
057
UNIKA
030
MEMOREX
100
REMBRANT
025
MOVIE TIME
028
032
SAMSUNG
102
107
030
068
NSC
015
028
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA
003
011
041
042
043
045
046
025
(GOLDSTAR)
001
106
012
101
064
038
005
079
071
073
054
012
037
013
053
020
SHERITECH
022
SIGNAL
030
SIGNATURE
052
SL MARX
030
050
040
056
007
014
024
UNITED CABLE
004
053
UNIVERSAL
005
007
014
024
026
027
032
035
012
015
018
086
087
088
089
100
114
060
VIEWSTAR
ZENITH
093
Miscellaneous
Programming
Codes
Codes
(option)
(option)
ENGLISH
HDSTB
Brand
Codes
ALPHASTAR DSR
Brand
Codes
Brand
Codes
123
133
134
PACE SKY SATELLITE
143
AMPLICA
050
GENERAL INSTRUMENT 003
004
016
PANASONIC
060
BIRDVIEW
051
126
129
031
059
101
PANSAT
121
CHANNEL MASTER
013
014
015
HITACHI
139
140
036
055
HOUSTON TRACKER
033
037
CHAPARRAL
008
009
057
104
CITOH
054
CURTIS MATHES
050
145
DRAKE
005
006
007
011
052
112
012
018
077
029
PERSONAL CABLE
039
051
080
086
PRESIDENT
019
102
101
135
136
PRIMESTAR
030
110
RCA
066
106
LEGEND
057
REALISTIC
043
074
123
024
046
056
076
LG
001
SAMSUNG
ECHOSTAR
038
040
057
058
LUTRON
132
SATELLITE SERVICE CO 028
093
094
095
096
LUXOR
062
144
097
098
099
100
MACOM
010
059
SONY
103
STARCAST
041
SUPER GUIDE
020
124
125
TEECOM
023
026
075
Brand
Codes
069
070
Brand
Codes
VIEWSTAR
115
WINEGARD
128
146
ZENITH
081
082
091
120
083
084
066
092
057
085
065
NORSAT
027
047
032
017
022
035
111
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA
FUJITSU
043
079
108
124
042
078
KATHREIN
028
025
105
116
NEXTWAVE
016
PICO
072
114
UNIDEN
049
PROSAT
EUROPLUS
127
048
061
057
002
045
JERROLD
MEMOREX
TOSHIBA
044
010
089
130
071
060
ELECTRO HOME
107
PHILIPS
JANIEL
122
090
137
117
DX ANTENNA
021
142
068
141
Codes
088
HUGHES
147
Brand
063
064
125
138
087
Audio
Brand
Codes
AIWA
014
028
070
096
JVC
004
013
141
PHILIPS
026
112
143
125
129
139
229
KEC
185
186
187
PIONEER
039
042
043
063
TOSHIBA
137
KENWOOD
038
050
067
089
065
091
093
094
THE
061
170
171
197
206
115
123
127
250
VICTOR
088
215
222
230
AKAI
163
ANAM
003
014
017
023
059
106
189
216
217
235
236
Brand
147
QUASAR
113
WARDS
089
RCA
080
YAMAHA
054
RCX
092
KOHEL
030
NAD
045
046
LOTTE
014
016
036
098
REALISTIC
103
106
SAMSUNG
124
145
146
182
252
CARVER
086
100
172
173
174
CLARION
199
175
176
177
178
193
194
195
203
DAEWOO
027
053
060
084
179
180
181
183
204
244
245
246
102
148
198
221
201
202
208
213
SANSUI
011
135
138
144
DENON
015
075
130
143
214
219
223
232
SANYO
019
083
234
FANTASIA
071
238
240
SCOTT
106
186
FINEARTS
022
SHARP
031
032
051
052
FISHER
089
099
072
082
117
119
LG(GOLDSTAR)
001
021
024
029
199
200
087
107
108
190
191
192
211
212
239
034
035
188
HAITAI
LXI
103
MAGNAVOX
111
MARANTZ
002
018
020
025
156
184
110
034
041
081
090
206
209
210
097
112
SHERWOOD
005
006
158
SONY
044
045
109
114
118
126
248
249
012
020
073
074
076
077
105
161
222
HARMAN/KARDON 068
INKEL
049
MCS
104
MEMOREX
107
TAEKWANG
037
058
062
069
NAD
046
078
079
095
121
ONKYO
013
040
041
047
162
163
164
165
122
149
150
151
048
056
057
132
166
167
168
169
152
153
154
155
133
140
205
231
233
242
157
158
159
160
OPTIMUS
158
189
207
222
224
PANASONIC
007
033
064
113
010
085
106
136
225
226
227
243
142
220
241
251
185
187
237
113
128
TEAC
218
131
055
199
BURMECTER
MCINTOSH
Codes
247
PENNEY
104
TECHNICS
101
Brand
Codes
Brand
Codes
Brand
Codes
Brand
Codes
APEX DIGITAL
022
MAGNAVOX
013
PHILIPS
013
SONY
007
DENON
020
014
MARANTZ
024
PIONEER
004
THOMPSON
005
006
GE
005
006
MITSUBISHI
002
PROCEED
021
TOSHIBA
019
008
HARMAN KARDON 027
NAD
023
PROSCAN
005
006
YAMAHA
009
018
JVC
012
ONKYO
008
017
RCA
005
006
ZENITH
010
016
LG
001
PANASONIC
003
009
SAMSUNG
011
015
134
DVD
010
016
025
026
025
Owner's Manual
25
Miscellaneous
Checklist
T
Checklist
roubleshooting
Troubleshooting
No
picture
&
?
Check whether the set is turned
?
Power cord inserted into wall outlet?
?
Plug
another
cord
was
on.
No sound
Picture OK &
?
Sound muted? Press MUTE button.
?
Check whether the TV
?
Check to
?
The remote control
No
between the set and the remote control
object
installed with the correct
are
p.5~6)
This is normal
new
batteries.
as
the
(Refer
to
image
is muted
p.5~6)
Please contact your service centre, if
minutes.
Select Colour in the PICTURE
to
Activate any function to restore the
picture
is
on
the
screen
for
?
Check for local interference such
?
Adjust
?
A
of the
brightness
more
as an
than 5
of the
Unusual sound from
inside the set
PLASMA TV
Balance in the SOUND
change
in ambient
at the time of
the set.
button.
(G)
humidity
switching
off
or
or on
menu.
electrical
(Refer
picture.
minutes, the
picture shaking
one
after five
certain distance between the set and the VCR.
?
still
and press the VOLUME
the set.
p.18)
Keep
a
during the startup process of
the picture has not appeared
menu
?
picture
output from
polarities.
?
speakers
26
if the batteries
see
menu.
Install
(If
or
to
see
is "on" in the SOUND
?
(Refer
Horizontal/vertical bars
speaker
Check if the remote control handset is set up to correct mode.
?
Poor
button.
?
Picture appears slowly,
after switching on
or
(G)
if there is any
obstruction.
Check to
(Refer
doesn't work
Poor colour
in.
Press the VOLUME
causing
or
plugged
power cord into the wall outlet where the set's power
?
No sound
No
product's
to
appliance
screen
or
gets dark.)
power tool.
p.18)
temperature may result in
an
unusual noise
of the set and does not indicate
a
fault with
Miscellaneous
Product
Specifications
Specifications
ENGLISH
42PX3RVA
42PX2RVA
42PX3RVA-ZC
42PX2RVA-ZC
MODEL
Width
(inches
/
mm)
47.64 / 1210
47.7 / 1210
Height (inches
/
mm)
27.60 / 701
27.4 / 696
Depth (inches
/
mm)
11.61 / 295
10.7 / 270
/
66.14 / 30
77.2 / 35
Weight (pounds
Power
kg)
AC100-240V, 50/60Hz
requirement
Operating Temperature Range
32
The
specifications
shown above may be
104°F
(0
40°C)
~
Less than 80%
Operating Humidity Range
?
~
changed
without notice for
quality improvement.
Owner's Manual
27
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