Westinghouse EW39T4LZ LCD TV User Guide Manual

Westinghouse EW39T4LZ LCD TV User Guide Manual
USER’S MANUAL
MANUEL DE L’UTILISATEUR
MANUAL DEL USUARIO
EW39T4LZ
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Contents
Contents
Caution
Safety Information
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3
Unit and Accessories
Product Feature
4
4
Introduction
1. Front View
2. Rear View
3. Instruction for Wall Mount
4. Remote Control
5-9
5
6
7
8-9
First Time Installation
10-11
Basic Operation
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OSD Menu
1. Picture menu
2. Sound menu
3. Channel menu
4. Parental Control menu
5. Setup menu
6. Others menu
13-21
13-14
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16-17
18-19
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Simple Troubleshooting
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Caution
Caution
is intended to alert the user to the presence of un-insulated "dangerous
to constitute a risk of electric shock to the persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intend to alert the
user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
Correct disposal of this Product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and
components which can be recycled and reused.
This symbol means that electrical and electronic equipment, at their endof-life should be disposed of separately from your household waste.
Please dispose of this equipment at your local community waste collection/
recycling centre.
In the USA there are separate collection systems for used electrical and
electronic products. Please help us to conserve the environment we live
in!
This unit complies with America Safety directives.
This unit complies with FCC directives.
LAMP(S) INSIDE THIS PRODUCT CONTAIN MERCURY AND MUST BE
RECYCLED OR DISPOSED OF ACCORDING TO LOCAL, STATE OR
FEDERALLAWS.
ENERGY STAR :
This Westinghouse product has earned the Energy Star for meeting U.S. Federal energy
efficiency guidelines as set by the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection agency.
The Energy Star program exists to provide energy saving guidelines and help promote
energy efficient products and practices. Changes to certain features, settings and functions of
this TV can change and/or increase its power consumption. Depending on how settings are
changed, power consumption may exceed the limits required for Energy Star qualification.
This Westinghouse TV will operate at optimal energy efficiency in “Home” mode.
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Safety Information
Safety Information
Electrical safety
the power cable
Physical safety
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Unit and Accessories and Product Feature
Unit and Accessories
Warranty Card
TV set
Quick Connect Guide
User's Manual
Remote Control and
Batteries (AAA x2)
Product Feature
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1920 x 1080 native resolution for Full-HD(1080p) performance
Three HDMI ® inputs for true digital connections
HDMI is a trademark of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.
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Power Cord
Introduction
Introduction
1. Front View
Power Indicator
Remote Control window (Keep clear)
1). (IR) Infrared Receiver: Receives IR signals from the remote control.
(Power on/Standby)LED Indicator: Press POWER to turn on and off.
Indicator on(Red)
Indicator on(Green)
Standby mode
Power on mode
The effective receiving range for the signal is 5-8 metres from the front of the remote
control window, and 300 to the left or right side and 200 above or below the remote control
window.
2). The functions of the buttons:
INPUT: Press to display the input source menu.
MENU: Press to display the OSD menu,
press again to exit the menu.
CH+/-: Press to scan through channels.
VOL+/-: Press to adjust the volume.
POWER: Turn on/standby the TV set.
Press INPUT button on the TV set or remote control to
display the input source menu, and use CH+/- button on
/
button on remote control to select the
the TV set or
input source, press OK button on the remote control to
enter.
Note: Before you select the input source, make sure the
connections are prepared.
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Introduction
VIDEO
R
L
Y
Pb
Pr
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2. Rear View
PC IN
RF
VGA
HDMI1
HDMI2
HDMI3
COAX
USB
(SERVICE)
HEADPHONE OUT
HEADPHONE OUT
PC IN
RF
VGA
HDMI1
1). AC POWER IN: Connect to an earth 100-240V~ 50/60Hz outlet with the power cable.
2). SWITCH: Switch on/off the power supply.
3). Headphone out : Connect it to your headphone or audio equipments.
4).
5).
6).
RF : Connect antenna or cable 75 Ohm coaxial to receive TV signal.
7). HDMI1/2/3 : Connect it to the HDMI output of video device.
8). COAX : Digital audio output.
9). Service : For service use only.
10). VIDEO : Connect it to video output of video device.
L/R in : Connect them to audio output of video device.
11). YPbPr : Connect them to the component video output of video device.
L/R in : Connect them to audio output of video device.
12). L/R out : Connect them to audio equipments.
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Introduction
3. Instruction for Wall Mount
A wall mount kit (purchased separately) would allow you to mount your Westinghouse
TV on the wall. For detailed information on installing the wall mount, refer
to the instructions provided by the wall mount manufacturer. It is strongly
recommended to contact a technician for professional assistance for wall mount
installation. Westinghouse is not responsible for any damage to the product or injury
to yourself or others resulting from the wall-mounting.
Dimensions for Mounting Hole Pattern
400mm
200mm
- This Westinghouse TV is compatible with a 400mm x 200mm mounting hole
pattern.
- 4 pcs of type M5 screws are required for installing the wall mount bracket to
your Westinghouse TV. Do not use screws that are longer than 15 mm. Screws
that are too long may cause damage to the inside of the TV set.
- Do not fasten the screws too tight for this may damage the TV or cause the
TV to fall, resulting in personal injury. Westinghouse is not liable for these kinds
of incidents.
- Do not mount your Westinghouse TV at more than a 15 degree tilt.
- Always use two people to mount the TV to a wall.
- Do not install your Wall Mount Kit while your TV is turned on. It may result in
personal injury due to electric shock.
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Introduction
4. Remote Control
The remote control is using Infra-Red(IR). Point it towards the front of the TV. The remote
control may not work correctly if it is operated out of range or out of angle.
POWER(red button): Turn the TV on/standby.
INPUT: Press to display the input source menu.
INPUT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
PICTURE SOUND
SLEEP
DISPLAY
CH+
VOL+
MUTE
CH-
VOLEXIT
MENU
OK
ENTER
CC
Number Buttons: Choose channel directly.
Select channel 5, Press button "5";
Select channel 62, Press button "6", then press button "2" in 2
seconds;
Select channel 151, Press button "1", and press button "5" in 2
seconds, and press button "1" in 2 seconds;
Select channel 5-1, Press button "5", and press button "-"
in 2 seconds, and press button "1" in 2 seconds;
(RETURN): Return to the previous channel viewed.
PICTURE: Press repeatedly to cycle through the available
video picture modes.
SOUND: Press to cycle through the different sound settings.
SLEEP : Shutdown timer.
DISPLAY: Display the information of current mode.
MTS
ASPECT
FAV
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VOL+/-: Press to adjust the volume.
CH+/-: Press to scan through channels.
MUTE: Press to mute the sound, press again or press VOL+ to
unmute.
MENU: Press to display the OSD menu.
EXIT: Press to exit the OSD menu.
): Allows you to navigate the on-screen
Thumbstick(
menus and adjust the system settings to your preference.
OK: CONFIRM button.
CC: Press to display the closed caption.
MTS: Press to select the audio channels.
ASPECT : Press to change the aspect for pictures on screen.
FAV: Press to add or remove favorite channel.
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Installing Batteries
1. Open the battery compartment cover on the back of the remote control.
2. Insert two 1.5V AAA size batteries observing the polarity markings inside the battery
compartment. Don’t mix different types or used batteries with new ones.
3. Close the cover.
- The remote control should be operated within 23 feet(7m) and 300 to the left and right of the
IR Receiver on the front of the TV.
- Used batteries should be disposed properly.
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First Time Installation
First Time Installation
The following pictures will appear on the screen when the TV is turned on for the first time.
1. Select the OSD menu language by
buttton, and press OK/ENTER button to
enter the next menu.
2. Select the Time Zone by
buttton, then
select Next item by
button and press
OK/ENTER button to enter the next menu.
3. Select the power on mode by
buttton,
and press OK/ENTER button to enter the
next menu.
Note:
Home mode --- Power saving mode.
Retail mode --- Normal mode.
4. Select the Antenna or coaxial cable input
connect mode by
buttton, and press
OK/ENTER button to enter the next menu.
Note:
* Cable Box or Satellite Box--- If you want
using the signals from the cable box or
satellite box, please select this item and
press OK/ENTER button to setting.
* Game, Blu-Ray, DVD or other player --If you want using the signals from the
Game, Blu-Ray, DVD or other player,
please select this item and press OK/
ENTER button to setting.
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First Time Installation
5. Select the Antenna [ATSC] or Cable mode by
to enter the next menu.
buttton, and press OK/ENTER button
6. Select Next item by
button and press
OK/ENTER button to enter the next menu.
Model: XXXXXXX
Serial No: XXXXXXXXXXX
Channel Scan Type: ATSC
7. Select Next item by
button and press
OK/ENTER button to enter the next menu.
*6. The auto searching may take a few
minutes to complete.
8. Enter the code by the number buttons on
the remote control to start the auto channel
search.
9. The auto searching may take a few minutes
to complete.
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Basic Operation
Basic Operation
Power on/off
1. Connect to the power supply with the power cord, and turn on the switch.
2. -To turn on the TV
Press POWER button on the TV or remote control.
-To turn off the TV
Press POWER button on the TV or remote control.
Input Source select
Press INPUT button on the TV set or remote control to display input
source menu, and use CH+/- button on the TV set or Ĥ0ĥ!button
on remote control to select the input source, press OK button on the
remote control to enter.
Note: Before you select the input source, make sure the
connections are prepared.
Basic OSD Menu operation
Use
/
ĥ
Main menu
Picture
Sound
Channel
Parental
Setup
Others
Ĥ
Press MENU button to display the OSD menu as below:
button to select.
Press OK button
Submenu
(Picture menu
for example)
ĥ
Ĥ
Guide - This guide shows the keys (buttons) on the remote
control for selecting the items to setup in the OSD menu.
ĥ
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ĥ
Ĥ
Use
/
button to select the main menu, and press OK button to enter the submenu.
In the submenu, use Ĥ / ĥ button to select the function item, press / button to adjust/setup,
or press
button to enter the submenu.
* (Press MENU button to return to the upper menu.)
* (Press EXIT button to exit the menu display.)
OSD Menu
OSD Menu
1. Picture menu
Description
Picture Settings: Press
button to enter the Picture Settings menu.
Picture mode: Select between Dynamic, Standard,
Movie and User.
You may select the picture mode directly by pressing
the PICTURE button on the remote control.
Note: when select the "Standard", the
machine is in energy-saving status.
Brightness: Adjust brightness of the picture.
Contrast: Control the difference between the bright and
dark regions of the screen picture.
Color: Adjust color of the picture.
Tint: Control the fresh tones to make them appear natural.
Sharpness: Set the amount of fine detail in the picture.
Screen Size: Select the displaying mode of the picture between Wide, Cinema, Zoom, Normal,
Just Scan, Standard, Fill, and Over scan.
PC Settings: If the video input signal comes from your PC, you may adjust the Vertical Position,
Horizontal Position, Clock, Phase or even perform an Auto adjustment.
Auto Adjust: Press OK button to setup the parameter of
the screen automatically.
Clock: Adjust the pixel clock frequency, until the image
size is maximized for the screen.
H/V Position: Adjust the transverse/vertical position of
the screen.
Phase: Adjust the phase of the ADC sampling clock
relative to the sync signal, until a stable image is obtained.
Reset: Press OK button to reset the settings.
Color Temp.: Select between Normal, Cool and Warm.
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OSD Menu
OSD Menu
Advanced Picture Settings: Press
button to enter the Advanced Picture Settings.
Dynamic Contrast: Activate or deactivate the Dynamic.
Contrast funciton.
Film Mode: Activate or deactivate the Film Mode.
Noise Reduction: If the broadcast signal received is
weak, you can select the DNR option to reduce the video
noise level between Off, Low, Medium and High.
MPEG Noise Reduction: Select the MPEG Noise
Reduction option to reduce the picture noise level
between Off, Low, Medium and High.
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OSD Menu
OSD Menu
2. Sound menu
Description
Sound Settings: Press
button to enter the Sound Settings menu.
Sound Mode: Select your desired picture mode as
follow: Dynamic, Standard, Soft and User.
You may select the sound mode directly by pressing
the SOUND button on the remote control.
Bass: Low frequency intensity.
Treble: High frequency intensity.
Balance: Left and right stereo audio channels balance.
Surround Mode: Activate or deactivate the Surround function.
AVL: Activate or deactivate the Auto Volume Limited function.
Analog Sound: Select the Analog Sound mode between Stereo, Mono and SAP.
Digital Sound: Select the Digital Sound laguage.
Digital Audio Output: Select the Digital Audio Output mode between PCM, RAW and off.
Equalizer Settings: Press
button to enter the Equalizer Settings menu.
Use / button to select the mode between User, Off,
Rock, Pop and Jazz.
You could press
button to enter the bottom item to
adjust the equalizer bu yourself when you select
the User mode.
Use / button to select the item, and use / button
to adjust. You could come back to the Mode selecting
item by pressing
button.
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OSD Menu
OSD Menu
3. Channel menu
Description
Channel List: Display the channel list.
Favorite List: Display the favorite channel list.
Channel Settings: Press > button to display the Channel Settings menu.
Press
button to select the item, and press OK
button to change the setting.
Signal Type: Allow you to select antenna between Air, Cable and QAM.
Auto Channel Search: Press OK button to start auto channel search.
ĥ
µ If you select “Air” as input signal in Signal Type item, you
can press button to search the channels automatically.
The receivable channels will be stored automatically.
When searching channels, press MENU to stop.
NOTE: It will take a while to auto scan in NTSC or ATSC
mode, please wait patiently.
ĥ
µ If you select “Cable” as input signal in Signal Type item,
you can press button to search the analog channels
automatically. The receivable channels will be stored
automatically. When searching channels, press MENU
to stop.
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OSD Menu
ĥ
OSD Menu
µ If you select “QAM” as input signal in Signal Type item, you can press button to search the
channels automatically. The receivable channels will be stored automatically.
When searching channels, press MENU to stop.
NOTE: It will take a while to auto scan in NTSC or ATSC mode, please wait patiently.
1. Select Next item by
button and press
OK/ENTER button to enter the next menu.
Model: XXXXXXX
Serial No: XXXXXXXXXXX
Channel Scan Type: QAM
2. Select Next item by
button and press
OK/ENTER button to enter the next menu.
3. Enter the code by the number buttons on the
remote control to start the auto channel
search.
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OSD Menu
OSD Menu
4. Parental Control menu
You must enter the password to gain access to the Parental Control menu. The default password
is 0000. You may modify the following options:
Description
V-CHIP: Press
button to enter the V-CHIP menu.
US V-CHIP: Press
button to enter the US V-CHIP menu.
Movie Rating: The Movie rating (MPAA) is used for
original movies rated by the Motion Picture Association
of America (MPAA) as broadcasted on cable TV and
not edited for television.
Use Ĥ 0 ĥ button to select G, PG, PG-13, R, NC-17
or X.
TV Rating: Use Ĥ 0 ĥ buttons to select the desired rating and press
or unblock rating.
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G: General Audiences. Movie is appropriate for all ages.
PG: Parental Guideance Suggested. May contain material not
suited for younger viewers.
PG-13: Contains content that may not be appropriate for viewers
under the age of 13.
R: Restricted. Contains adult content, no one under 17 admitted
without parent.
NC-17: No one 17 and under admintted.
X: Adults only.
button to block
OSD Menu
OSD Menu
Canada V-CHIP: Press
button to enter the Canada
V-CHIP menu.
English Rating: Select among: C, C8+, G, PG,
14+ and 18+.
French Rating: Select among: G, 8ans+,
13ans+, 16ans+ and 18ans+.
Block UnRated Show: Activate or deactivate the Block UnRated Show function.
Downloadable Rating: Setting the Downloadable Rating in DTV mode when the program
has the rating information.
Clear Downloadable Data: Clear the downloadable data of the TV.
Note:The two operations above only valid when playing the downloadable data stream.
Change password: Change the password, you must enter
the new password twice to confirm it.
Note: Do not forget the password.
Keypad Lock: Invalidate the buttons one the TV set.
Source Lock: Invalidate the source input you select.
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OSD Menu
OSD Menu
5. Setup menu
Description
Closed Caption: Press
button to enter the Closed Caption menu.
Caption Display: Activate or deactivate the Caption
displaying.
Analog Caption Type: Allow you to select the basic
selection among: CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4, Text1, Text2,
Text3 and Text4.
Digital Caption Type: Allow you to select the advanced
selection among: Service1, Service2, Service3 Service4,
Service 5 and Service 6.
Digital CC Preset: Select the Digital CC Preset between
Default and Custom.
Digital CC Style: Setting the Digital CC Style.
Menu Language: Select OSD menu language.
Clock: Press
button to enter the Clock menu.
Time zone: Select the time zone for the TV.
Auto Clock: Activate or deactivate the Auto Clock
function.
Setup Time: Display the setup time of the TV.
Day of Week: Display the day of week.
Daylight Saving Time: Activate or deactivate the
Daylight Saving Time function for the TV.
Retail Mode: Activate or deactivate the Retail Mode displaying on the bottom of the screen.
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OSD Menu
OSD Menu
6. Others menu
Description
Blue Back: Turn on/off the blue screen function when there’s no signal.
No Signal Power Off: The TV will turn off automatically if there’s no signal after 10 minutes.
No Operation Power Off: The TV will turn off automatically if there’s no operation on the TV
after 3 hours.
All Reset: Enter the password (the same passord for Parental Control menu) and reset all the
settings.
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Simple Troubleshooting
Simple Troubleshooting
If the TV has failed or its performance has seriously deteriorated, check the TV by using
the following simple troubleshooting guide.
If you can not resolve the problem with this troubleshooting, please call Westinghouse
Technical Support.
No power
- Check all power connections to the TV.
- Press either the power button or the Standby button on the Remote control.
No picture or sound
- Ensure that the TV is plugged in and the power is on.
- Ensure that the antenna is connected.
- Try a different program.
Poor picture quality
- Check the antenna connections.
- Check if the channel is tuned in properly.
- Adjust the picture settings: brightness, color, sharpness, contrast, or hue.
- Make sure that the TV is not located close to electrical appliances that may emit radio
frequency interference.
No color
- Adjust the color setting.
- Check if the program is color.
- Check if the cannel is tuned properly.
TV does not respond to remote control
- Check if no obstruction is between the remote control and the unit.
- Check if the remote control is within the range of operation.
- Check if the batteries in the remote control is weak or exhausted.
This TV is for household use and registered as harmless on electromagnetic waves.
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Panel Size
39 inches (diagonal)
Resolution
1920 x 1080
Video
1
Audio(L/R)
2
VGA
1
PC Audio
1
HDMI
3
YPbPr
1
RF
1
Headphone
1
COAX
1
Audio (L/R)
1
LCD Panel
Input Connector
Output Connector
Power Source
AC 100 - 240V, 50/60Hz
Maximum Power Consumption
120W
* Product specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice.
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