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Vizio D32h-C0 User manual
VIZIO
USER MANUAL
Models D32h-C0
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Welcome
THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING VIZIO
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
And congratulations on your new VIZIO HDTV.
Your TV is designed and manufactured to operate within defined
design limits. Misuse may result in electric shock or fire. To
prevent your TV from being damaged, the following instructions
should be observed for the installation, use, and maintenance of
your TV. Read the following safety instructions before operating
your TV. Keep these instructions in a safe place for future
reference.
To get the most out of your new VIZIO product, read these
instructions before using your product and retain them for future
reference. Be sure to inspect the package contents to ensure there
are no missing or damaged parts.
PRODUCT REGISTRATION
•
To purchase or inquire about accessories and installation services
for your VIZIO product, visit our website at www.VIZIO.com or call
toll free at (877) 698-4946.
To reduce the risk of electric shock or component damage,
switch off the power before connecting other components
to your TV.
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Read these instructions.
We recommend that you either:
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Keep these instructions.
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Heed all warnings.
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Follow all instructions.
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Do not use this apparatus near water.
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Clean only with dry cloth.
•
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions.
•
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
•
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with
one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two
blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the
third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided
plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
•
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the apparatus.
•
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
•
Register your VIZIO product at www.VIZIO.com.
•
Complete and mail the enclosed registration card.
Extended Warranties
For peace of mind, and to protect your investment beyond
the standard warranty, VIZIO offers on-site extended warranty
service plans. These plans provide additional coverage during the
standard warranty period, and must be purchased within the first
year after purchase. To purchase an extended warranty service
plan, visit http://www.squaretrade.com/vizio-landing1/.
WHEN READING THIS MANUAL
This symbol alerts you to important warnings or notices
as part of the operating instructions.
This symbol identifies helpful tips.

• Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket,
or table specified by the manufacturer, or
sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used,
use caution when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
• Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
• Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing
is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any
way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid
has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus,
the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does
not operate normally, or has been dropped.
•
Do not apply pressure or throw objects at your TV. This may
compromise the integrity of the display. The manufacturer’s
warranty does not cover user abuse or improper
installations.
•
The power cord must be replaced when using different
voltage than the voltage specified. For more information,
contact your dealer.
•
When connected to a power outlet, power is always flowing
into your TV. To totally disconnect power, unplug the power
cord.
•
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of un-isolated, dangerous voltage within the
inside of your TV that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
•
Do not overload power strips and extension cords.
Overloading can result in fire or electric shock.
•
The wall socket should be installed near your TV and easily
accessible.
•
Only power of the marked voltage can be used for your TV.
Any other voltage than the specified voltage may cause fire
or electric shock.
•
Do not touch the power cord during lightning. To avoid
electric shock, avoid handling the power cord during
electrical storms.
•
Unplug your TV during a lightning storm or when it will not
be used for long period of time. This will protect your TV
from damage due to power surges.
•
Do not attempt to repair or service your TV yourself.
Opening or removing the back cover may expose you to
high voltages, electric shock, and other hazards. If repair
is required, contact your dealer and refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
•
WARNING: Keep your TV away from moisture. Do not
expose your TV to rain or moisture. If water penetrates into
your TV, unplug the power cord and contact your dealer.
• Unplug the power cord before cleaning your TV.
• When moving your TV from an area of low temperature to
an area of high temperature, condensation may form in the
housing. Wait before turning on your TV to avoid causing
fire, electric shock, or component damage.
• A distance of at least three feet should be maintained
between your TV and any heat source, such as a radiator,
heater, oven, amplifier etc. Do not install your TV close to
smoke. Operating your TV close to smoke or moisture may
cause fire or electric shock.
• Slots and openings in the back and bottom of the cabinet
are provided for ventilation. To ensure reliable operation of
your TV and to protect it from overheating, be sure these
openings are not blocked or covered. Do not place your
TV in a bookcase or cabinet unless proper ventilation is
provided.
• Never push any object into the slots and openings on your
TV cabinet. Do not place any objects on the top of your TV.
Doing so could short circuit parts causing a fire or electric
shock. Never spill liquids on your TV.
• Your TV should be operated only from the type of power
source indicated on the label. If you are not sure of the type
of power supplied to your home, consult your dealer or
local power company.

Continuous use in this case may result in fire or electric
shock.
•
Do not use your TV if any abnormality occurs. If any smoke
or odor becomes apparent, unplug the power cord and
contact your dealer immediately. Do not try to repair your
TV yourself.
•
Avoid using dropped or damaged appliances. If your TV
is dropped and the housing is damaged, the internal
components may function abnormally. Unplug the power
cord immediately and contact your dealer for repair.
Continued use of your TV may cause fire or electric shock.
•
Do not install your TV in an area with heavy dust or high
humidity. Operating your TV in environments with heavy
dust or high humidity may cause fire or electric shock.
•
Follow instructions for moving your TV. Ensure that the
power cord and any other cables are unplugged before
moving your TV.
•
When unplugging your TV, hold the AC/DC power adapter,
not the cord. Pulling on the power cord may damage the
wires inside the cord and cause fire or electric shock. When
your TV will not be used for an extended period of time,
unplug the power cord.
•
To reduce risk of electric shock, do not touch the connector
with wet hands.
•
Insert batteries in accordance with instructions. Incorrect
polarities may cause the batteries to leak which can
damage the remote control or injure the operator. Do not
expose batteries to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or
the like.
•
If any of the following occurs, contact the dealer:
- The power cord fails or frays.
- Liquid sprays or any object drops into your TV.
- Your TV is exposed to rain or other moisture.
- Your TV is dropped or damaged in any way.
- The performance of your TV changes substantially.
•
This apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases,
shall be placed on the apparatus.
•
The mains plug or appliance coupler is used as the
disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain
readily operable.
•
CAUTION - These servicing instructions are for use by
qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk of
electric shock, do not perform any servicing other than
that contained in the operating instructions unless you are
qualified to do so.
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The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated DANGEROUS VOLTAGE within the
product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electrical shock to persons.

TELEVISION ANTENNA CONNECTION
PROTECTION
If an outside antenna/satellite dish or cable system is to be
connected to the TV, make sure that the antenna or cable system
is electrically grounded to provide some protection against voltage
surges and static charges.
Article 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPSA 70, provides
information with regard to proper grounding of the mast and
supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna
discharge unit, size of the grounding conductors, location of
antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and
requirements of the grounding electrode.
Ground Clamp
Lightning Protection
For added protection of the TV during a lightning storm or when it
is left unattended or unused for long periods of time, unplug the TV
from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system.
Power Lines
Do not locate the antenna near overhead light or power circuits, or
where it could fall into such power lines or circuits. Remember, the
screen of the coaxial cable is intended to be connected to earth in
the building installation.
Antenna Lead In Wire
Antenna Discharge Unit
(NEC Section 810-20)
Grounding Conductors
(NEC Section 810-21)
Ground Clamps
Electric Service Equipment
Power Service Grounding Electrode System
(NEC ART 250, part H)
Table of Contents
Installing the TV......................................................3
Resetting a Preset Picture Mode.......................................... 25
Inspecting the Package Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Adjusting the Color Calibration Settings............................. 26
Installing the TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Adjusting the Color Tuner Settings...................................... 27
Installing the TV on the Stands.............................................. 4
Adjusting the Audio Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Installing the TV on a Wall...................................................... 6
Changing the Equalizer Settings.......................................... 31
Deleting the Custom Audio Mode........................................ 31
Controls and Connections......................................7
Setting Timers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Rear Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Setting the Sleep Timer........................................................ 32
Side Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Setting the Auto Power Off Feature..................................... 32
Front Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Setting Up Channels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Remote Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Selecting a Channel Source.................................................. 33
Replacing the Batteries......................................................... 11
Finding Channels................................................................... 33
Connecting Your Devices......................................12
Adding New Channels........................................................... 34
Connecting a Device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Skipping Channels................................................................. 35
Connecting an Audio Device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Changing the Audio Language............................................. 36
Connecting an Audio Device - ARC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Setting Up Closed Captioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Changing the Appearance of Digital Closed Captions........ 37
Completing the First-Time Setup.........................18
Renaming Inputs (Using the Devices Menu) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Using the On-Screen Menu..................................19
Changing the TV Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Navigating the On-Screen Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Viewing System Information................................................ 40
Changing the Input Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Changing the On-Screen Menu Language........................... 41
Changing the Screen Aspect Ratio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Setting the Time and Local Settings..................................... 41
Adjusting the Picture Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Using the Parental Controls................................................. 42
Adjusting the More Picture Settings.................................... 22
Accessing the Parental Controls Menu........................... 42
Adjusting the Color Temperature........................................ 23
Enabling or Disabling Program Ratings........................... 42
Adjusting the Picture Mode Edit Settings............................ 23
Locking and Unlocking Channels..................................... 42
Saving a Custom Picture Mode............................................ 24
Blocking and Unblocking Content by Rating................... 43
Locking and Unlocking Custom Picture Modes................... 24
Changing the Parental Control Passcode........................ 43
Deleting a Custom Picture Mode......................................... 25
Resetting the Content Locks............................................ 43
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Adjusting the Wide Mode (Aspect Ratio)............................. 44
Controlling Other Devices with CEC..................................... 45
Turning the Power Indicator On or Off................................ 46
Restoring the TV to Factory Default Settings...................... 46
Using the Guided Setup Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Using the Info Window. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Using the USB Media Player.................................49
Preparing Your USB Drive to Display USB Media............... 49
Displaying USB Media........................................................... 49
Removing the USB Drive from the TV.................................. 49
Troubleshooting & Technical Support.................51
Specifications........................................................54
Limited Warranty..................................................56
Legal & Compliance..............................................57
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1
Installing the TV
INSPECTING THE PACKAGE CONTENTS
Before installing your new TV, take a moment to inspect the
package contents. Use the images below to ensure nothing is
missing or damaged.
INPUT
MENU
EXIT
OK
BACK
GUIDE
CH
VOL
CH
VOL
1
2
4
5
7
8
9
WIDE
0
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3
6
Remote Control
with Batteries
Power Cord
VIZIO LED HDTV
TV Stands
(two identical stands)
4 x T3 30 mm
Phillips Screws
Quick Start Guides
(English and
French/Spanish)
PACKAGE CONTENTS
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1
INSTALLING THE TV
After removing the TV from the box and inspecting the package
contents, you can begin installing the TV. Your TV can be installed
in two ways:
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On a flat surface, using the included stand
•
On a wall, using a VESA-standard wall mount (not included)
To install the stands:
Installing the TV on the Stands
Your TV includes stands designed to support the weight of the TV
and keep it from falling over. However, the TV can still fall over if:
•
It is placed on an uneven, unstable, or non-level surface
•
It is pushed, pulled, or otherwise improperly moved
•
If an earthquake occurs and the TV is not properly secured.
Place the TV screen-down on a clean, flat surface. To prevent
scratches or damage to the screen, place the TV on a soft
surface such as a blanket and avoid any sharp edges.
TV ON STAND
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Insert the left and right stands into the base of the TV (the stands are identical).
Secure each stand to the TV with two (2) T3 30 mm Phillips screws (included). Insert the screws into the back of the TV and tighten them
using a Phillips screwdriver.
When you are finished, place the TV on a stable, level surface.
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1
Installing the TV on a Wall
To mount your TV on a wall, you will need a wall mount. Consult
the information below to find the appropriate mount for your TV
model:
Installing a TV on a wall requires lifting. To prevent
injury or damage to the TV, ask someone to help you.
D32h-C0
Screw Size:
Hole Pattern:
Weight w/o Stand:
M4
100 mm (V) x 100 mm (H)
11.02 lbs
Be sure the mount you choose is capable of supporting the weight
of the TV. After you have determined that you have the correct
mount for your TV, you can begin the installation.
WALL MOUNT SCREW LOCATIONS
To install your TV on a wall:
1. Disconnect any cables connected to your TV.
2. Place the TV face-down on a clean, flat, stable surface. Be sure
the surface is clear of debris that can scratch or damage the
TV.
3. Remove the base by loosening and removing the screws.
4. Attach your TV and wall mount to the wall, carefully following
the instructions that came with your mount.
Use only with a UL-listed wall mount bracket rated for the
weight/load of this TV.
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2
Controls and Connections
REAR PANEL
USB - Connect a USB thumb drive to play photos.
HDMI - Connect an HDMI device.
Optical Audio Out - Connect an optical/SPDIF audio device, such as
home audio receiver.
Stereo Audio Out - Connect an RCA audio device, such as sound bar.
DTV/TV (Coaxial) - Connect a coaxial cable from a cable or satellite box,
or from an antenna.
Component/Composite - Connect a component or composite device.
HDMI - Connect an HDMI device.
REAR PANEL
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2
SIDE PANEL
POWER Press to turn the TV on.
Press and hold to turn the TV off.
INPUT
Press to change the input source.
SIDE PANEL
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2
FRONT PANEL
REMOTE SENSOR & POWER INDICATOR
When using the remote, point it directly at this sensor.
The power indicator flashes on when the TV turns on, then goes out after
several seconds. To keep the power indicator on as long as the TV is on,
see Turning the Power Indicator On or Off on page 46.
FRONT PANEL
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2
INPUT
Change the currently-displayed input.
EXIT
Close the on-screen menu.
POWER
Turn TV on or off.
INPUT
OK
Select the highlighted menu option.
BACK
Go to the previous on-screen menu.
VOLUME UP/DOWN
Increase or decrease loudness of
the audio.
MUTE
Turn the audio off or on.
NUMBER PAD
Manually enter a channel.
WIDE
Switch the display mode.
MENU
EXIT
ARROW
Navigate the on-screen menu.
OK
BACK
MENU
Display the on-screen menu.
GUIDE
VOL
CH
VOL
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
WIDE
0
—
GUIDE
Display the info window.
V BUTTON
Open the USB photo viewer.
CHANNEL UP/DOWN
Change the channel.
LAST
Return to the channel last viewed.
DASH
Use with number pad to manually enter a
digital sub-channel.
(For example, 18-4 or 18-5.)
REMOTE CONTROL
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2
Replacing the Batteries
1. To remove the battery cover, press on the logo and slide the
cover out.
2. Insert two batteries into the remote control. Make sure that
the (+) and (-) symbols on the batteries match the (+) and (-)
symbols inside the battery compartment.
3. Replace the battery cover.
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3
Connecting Your Devices
CONNECTING A DEVICE
Your TV can be used to display output from most devices.
Cable/Satellite Box
1. Verify that your device has a video port that matches an
available port on the TV (HDMI-1, HDMI-2, Comp, etc.).
2. Turn the TV and your device off.
3. Connect the appropriate cable (not included) to the TV and the
device.
Game Console
DVD/Blu-ray Player
4. Turn the TV and your device on. Set the TV’s input to match the
connection you used (HDMI-1, HDMI-2, Comp, etc.).
HDMI CABLE*
• DIGITAL
• HD VIDEO (1080p)**
• HD AUDIO
COMPONENT CABLE*
• ANALOG
• HD VIDEO (1080p)**
• STEREO AUDIO
COAXIAL CABLE*
• ANALOG
• HD VIDEO (1080i)**
• STEREO AUDIO
AV CABLE*
• ANALOG
• VIDEO (480i)**
• STEREO AUDIO
BEST
BETTER
BETTER
GOOD
BACK OF TV
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*
Cables not included.
**
Maximum resolution.
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CONNECTING A DEVICE - AUDIO AND VIDEO CABLE TYPES
AV CABLE
COAXIAL CABLE
AV cables (or Composite cables) are the traditional way
of connecting your devices to your TV. Video signals are
sent over the yellow connector while audio is sent over
the red and white connectors.
Coaxial cables are the traditional way of connecting
antennas and cable television signals to your TV. Coaxial
cables carry both audio and video signals through a
single connector.
• Video resolutions up to 480i
•
HD video resolutions up to 1080i
• Analog connection
•
Analog connection
• Audio and video signals
•
Audio and video signals
Y/V
R
Cable/Antenna
COMPONENT VIDEO
COAXIAL CABLE
L
GOOD
BETTER
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COMPONENT CABLE
HDMI CABLE
Component cables are designed to carry HD (high
definition) video signals along with additional audio
connections. Colors are delivered with color information
over three connectors for video (separated into red,
blue and green signals) and the left and right audio
connectors (red and white).
HDMI is the intelligent, all-digital interface that delivers
both dazzling quality and unmatched ease of use. HDMI
technology transmits crystal-clear digital video along with
multi-channel surround audio. HDMI-connected devices
have the ability to automatically adjust themselves for
optimal viewing.
• HD video resolutions up to 1080p
•
HD video resolutions up to 1080p
• Analog connection
•
HD audio
• Audio and video signals
•
Digital connection
•
Audio and video signals
COMPONENT VIDEO
Y/V
Pb/Cb
Pr/Cr
L
R
HDMI
BETTER
BEST
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CONNECTING AN AUDIO DEVICE
Your TV can output sound to an audio device, such as a receiver or
sound bar.
Home Audio Receiver
1. Verify that your device has an audio port that matches an
available port on the TV (HDMI, Optical, or RCA).
2. Turn the TV and your audio device off.
3. Connect the appropriate cable to the TV and the device.
4. Turn the TV and your device on.
VIZIO Sound Bar
OPTICAL/SPDIF CABLE*
BETTER
• PCM STREAM
• DOLBY DIGITAL 5.1 CHANNEL
• DTS 5.1 CHANNEL
RCA CABLE*
GOOD
HDMI CABLE*
BEST
*
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• ANALOG STEREO CONNECTION
• 2.0 CHANNEL
• ARC 2-WAY COMMUNICATION
• 2.0-5.1 DIGITAL AUDIO
• PCM, DTS, DOLBY DIGITAL
Cables not included.
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CONNECTING AN AUDIO DEVICE - AUDIO CABLE TYPES
RCA CABLE
OPTICAL/SPDIF CABLE
HDMI CABLE
RCA cables (or composite cables) are the traditional
way of connecting your devices to your audio
device. Audio signals are sent over the red and
white connectors.
Optical/SPDIF cables transmit audio signals as
pulses of light through a cable made of plastic
fibers. Audio signals are digitally transmitted
between devices.
HDMI technology transmits crystal-clear digital
multi-channel surround audio through a single
HDMI cable. Audio Return Channel-enabled
(ARC) TVs allow audio to be sent over an already
connected HDMI cable, eliminating the need for
a separate audio cable. See Connecting an Audio
Device - ARC on page 17.
•
Quality Stereo Connection
•
PCM Stream (Lossless)
•
2.0 Channel
•
Dolby Digital 5.1 Channel
•
Analog Connection
•
DTS 5.1 Channel
•
Audio Signal Only
•
Digital Connection
•
Audio Signal Only
COMPONENT VIDEO
L
R
GOOD
Optical/SPDIF
•
CEC 2-way Communication
(Auto setup)
•
PCM, DTS, Dolby Digital
•
2.0 - 5.1 Scaleable Lossless
Digital Audio Connection
•
Audio and Video Signals
DIGITAL OPTICAL AUDIO
HDMI
BETTER
BEST
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CONNECTING AN AUDIO DEVICE - ARC
Without HDMI ARC
With HDMI ARC
Built-in Tuner
Built-in Tuner
Your TV
Your TV
Without an HDMI ARC setup,
your TV needs an extra cable
to connect it to your home
audio receiver. The audio
signal is analog-only.
RCA (Audio)
HDMI
HDMI
Your Home Audio Receiver
Your Home Audio Receiver
HDMI
HDMI
Your Blu-ray Player
Your Blu-ray Player
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HDMI
ARC
transmits
all-digital audio from your TV
to your home audio receiver,
with no need for an extra
cable. The single HDMI cable
also carries digital HD (high
definition) video to your TV.
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Completing the First-Time Setup
4. Use the Arrow buttons on the
remote to highlight your TV
source and press OK.
The first time you turn on the TV, the Setup App will guide you
through each of the steps necessary to get your TV ready for use.
Before you begin the first-time setup:
•
Your TV should be installed and the power cord should be
connected to an electrical outlet.
•
Your devices should be connected.
To complete the first-time setup:
1. Press the Power button on the
remote. The TV powers on and
the Setup App starts.
If you have cable TV, select
whether you have a cable box or
if you connect the TV directly to
a cable from the wall.
INPUT
MENU
EXIT
OK
BACK
2. Use the Arrow buttons on the
remote to highlight Home Use
and press OK.
GUIDE
Choose your mode.
Select Store Demo for in-store display.
Select
Home
Use for in-home use. CH
VOL
Seleccione "Home Use" para Modo de Casa o "Store Demo" para Demostración en la Tienda.
Choisissez "Home Use" pour le Mode Domicile ou "Store Demo" pour la Démo en Magasin.
Store Demo
3. Use the Arrow buttons on
the remote to highlight your
preferred language, and then
press the OK button.
5. If the TV Signal channel scan
screen appears, the TV will scan
for channels, which takes several
minutes. Use the arrow buttons
on the remote to highlight Begin
Scan and press OK.
CH
VOL
Home Use
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
WIDE
0
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Otherwise, use the Arrow and
OK buttons on the remote to
select the input your TV source
is connected to.
(The number of inputs may vary
depending on your TV.)
6. When you are finished, “Your VIZIO TV is set up” will be
displayed.
The first-time setup is complete.
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Using the On-Screen Menu
CHANGING THE INPUT SOURCE
Your TV features an easy-to-use on-screen menu.
To open the on-screen menu, press the MENU button on the remote.
From this menu, you can:
•
Adjust the Picture settings
•
Adjust the Audio settings
•
Activate the Sleep Timer
•
Find and Set Up Channels
•
Set up Closed Captioning
•
Name the TV Inputs
•
Adjust the TV Settings
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Access the Guided Setup
External devices such as DVD players, Blu-ray Players, and video
game consoles can be connected to your TV. To use one of these
devices with your TV, you must first change the input source in the
on-screen menu.
VIZIO
SETTINGS
Wide
Picture
Timers
Normal
Panoramic
1. Press the INPUT button on
Exitthe remote.
2D
3D
The input menu is
displayed.
Channels
CC
Zoom
To change the input device:
Audio
Closed Captions
Devices
System
2. Use the Up/Down Arrow
buttons or the INPUT button on
Input
Wide
CC
the remote to highlight the input
you wish to view and press OK.
The selected input is displayed.
ABC
Guided Setup
Sleep
Timer
Picture
NAVIGATING THE ON-SCREEN MENU
Settings
HDMI-1
HDMI-2
Audio
Input Name
Network
TV
Help
COMP
Note: Inputs may vary by TV.
You can change the input names that appear on the
Input menu to make your devices easy to recognize.
See Renaming Inputs (Using the Devices Menu) on page
39 for more information.
To open the on-screen menu, press
the MENU button on the remote.
Use the Arrow buttons to highlight
a menu option, and press the OK
button to select that option.
While navigating the on-screen menu, you can press the
BACK button at any time to return to the previous menu
screen. The EXIT button will close the
on-screen menu.
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CHANGING THE SCREEN ASPECT RATIO
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The TV can display images in five different modes: Normal, Stretch,
Panoramic, Wide, and Zoom. Each mode displays the picture
differently.
Some programs have black bars on the top or sides of the picture
so that the picture keeps its original shape. Examples include
wide-screen movies and older television programs.
Panoramic stretches a 4:3 aspect ratio picture to the left
and right edges of the screen. The center of the image is
not stretched, but the sides of the image are extremely
stretched. If you are watching widescreen (1.85:1 or 2.35:1)
content with black bars on the top and bottom, the black
bars will still appear on the top and bottom of the display
image.
•
Standard Definition (480i and 480p) - Fills the screen
from the left to right edges.
To change the screen aspect ratio:
•
720p and 720i - Not available.
1. Press the WIDE button on the
remote.
•
1080p and 1080i - Not available.
2. Use the Arrow buttons to
highlight the aspect ratio you
wish to view and press OK.
•
Normal preserves the content’s
original aspect ratio and size.
• Standard Definition (480i and
480p—old TV programs) - Since
the 4:3 aspect ratio is not large
enough to fill the TV’s screen,
black bars are added to the left
and right of the display image.
Normal
Normal
Panoramic
Stretch
Wide
Wide
Zoom
Zoom
Note: Aspect ratio settings may
vary by Input source.
• 720p and 720i HD - Fills a 720p or 1080p screen.
• 1080p and 1080i HD - Fills a 720p or 1080p screen.
•
Stretch expands a widescreen image to fill the screen from
top to bottom and stretches it half as much from right to
left. Figures appear tall and thin.
• Standard Definition - Not available.
• 720p and 720i HD - If you are watching widescreen
1.85:1 content, the image will fill the screen. With 2.35:1
widescreen content, one-sixth of the image is cut off by
the left and right sides of the screen.
• 1080p and 1080i - Not available.
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•
Wide stretches a 4:3 aspect ratio picture to the edges of
the screen. Since the picture is being stretched, the display
image may appear distorted—figures appear short and fat.
If the program is already formatted for widescreen viewing
(1.85:1 or 2.35:1), then black bars will appear on the top
and bottom of the display image.
•
Zoom expands images evenly in all directions (33% taller
and 33% wider) with black bars to fit the screen. A 720p
image will fill a 1080p screen.
•
Standard Definition - Not available.
•
720p and 720i HD - Fills a 1080p screen
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1080p and 1080i - Not available.
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ADJUSTING THE PICTURE SETTINGS
4. To manually change each of the picture settings, use the Up/
Down Arrow buttons on the remote to highlight that picture
setting, then use the Left/Right Arrow buttons to adjust the
setting. To return to the PICTURE menu, press the Back button
on the remote.
Your TV display can be adjusted to suit your preferences and viewing
conditions.
To adjust the picture settings:
1. Press the MENU button on the
remote. The on-screen menu is
displayed.
2. Use the Arrow buttons on the
remote to highlight Picture and
press OK. The PICTURE menu is
displayed.
3. Use the Arrow buttons on the
remote to highlight Picture
Mode, then use the Left/Right
Arrow buttons to change the
picture mode:
•
Standard mode sets the
various picture settings to
values that meet
ENERGY STAR® requirements.
VIZIO
•
PICTURE
Picture Mode
Backlight
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Wide
Standard
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60
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•
Exit
•
More Picture
Picture Mode Edit
Input
Color Calibration
•
Calibrated mode sets the
picture settings to values
perfect for watching TV in a
brightly-lit room.
•
Calibrated Dark mode sets the picture settings to values
perfect for watching TV in a dark room.
•
Vivid mode sets the picture settings to values that produce
a brighter, more vivid picture.
•
Game mode reduces throughput delays and optimizes the
picture settings for displaying game console output.
•
Computer mode optimizes the picture settings for
displaying computer output.
Brightness - Adjusts the black level of the picture. When
this setting is too low, the picture may be too dark to
distinguish details. When this setting is too high, the picture
2D
3D
may appear faded or washed out.
Contrast - Adjusts the white level of the picture. When this
ABC
setting is too
low, the picture may appear dark. When this
setting is too high, the picture may appear faded or washed
CC
out.Wide
If the setting
is too high or too low, detail may be
difficult to distinguish in dark or bright areas of the picture.
•
Color - Adjusts the intensity of the picture colors.
•
Tint
- Adjusts
Picture
Audiothe hue of the picture. This setting is useful in
adjusting the flesh tones in the picture. If flesh appears too
orange, reduce the level of color before adjusting tint.
Sleep
Timer
Select from preset picture modes. Standard
picture mode meets ENERGY STAR®
requirements. For the best picture, use
Calibrated mode. To reduce video delay
(lag) when gaming, use Game mode.
Backlight - Adjusts the LED brightness to affect the overall
brilliance of the picture. Backlight cannot be adjusted from
Zoom picture
Normal modes.
Panoramic
some
•
Sharpness - Adjusts the edge sharpness of picture
It can be used to sharpen non-HD (high
Networkelements.
Settings
Help
definition) content; however, it will not produce detail that
does not otherwise exist.
5. When you have finished adjusting the picture settings, press
the EXIT button on the remote.
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Adjusting the More Picture Settings
•
To adjust the More Picture settings:
1. From the PICTURE menu, use the
Arrow buttons on the remote
to highlight More Picture and
press OK. The MORE PICTURE
menu is displayed.
2. Use the Arrow buttons to highlight
the setting you wish to adjust, then
press Left/Right Arrow buttons to
change
the setting:
• Color Temperature See Adjusting the Color
Temperature on page 23.
•
•
VIZIO
•
MORE PICTURE
Color Temperature
Wide
Cool
Black Detail
Backlight Control
On
Reduce Signal Noise
Exit
Reduce Block Noise
Game Low Latency
On
Picture Size & Position
Film Mode
Gamma
Film ModeABC
- Optimizes the picture for watching film. Select
Auto or Off.
•
Wide
CC the shape of the gamma curve. Use lower
Gamma
- Sets
values for bright room conditions and higher values when it
is dark. Select 1.8, 2.0, 2.1, 2.2, or 2.4.
Input
Black Detail - Adjusts the
average brightness of the
picture to compensate for
large areas of brightness.
Select Off, Low, Medium, or
High.
Picture Position adjusts the vertical and horizontal
Normal
Panoramic
positions
of the
picture to ensure the image is centered
and completely fills the screen. Use the Left/Right Arrow
buttons to adjust the horizontal position of the displayed
picture. Use the Up/Down Arrow buttons to adjust the
vertical
position of the displayed picture. Press the OK
2D
3D
button when you are finished.
•
Auto
2.2
Picture Size increases or decreases the vertical and
horizontal size of the displayed picture.
Zoom
Low
3. Sleep
When you have finished adjusting the More Picture Settings, press
Picture
Audio
Timer
the EXIT button on the remote.
Network
• Backlight Control Dynamically improves the
contrast ratio of the picture
by adjusting the backlight.
Select On or Off.
• Reduce Signal Noise - Reduces background picture noise
when viewing analog sources. The function helps to correct
"speckle" noise with a slight reduction in sharpness. Select
Off, Low, Medium, or High.
• Reduce Block Noise - Reduces pixelation and distortion for
mpeg files. Select Off, Low, Medium, or High.
•
Picture Size & Position - Opens a sub-menu with two
options:
Game Low Latency - Reduces video delay (lag) when
gaming. Select On or Off. This option is not available for
devices connected using a coaxial cable.
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Adjusting the Color Temperature
Adjusting the color temperature changes the white balance of the
picture.
Adjusting the Picture Mode Edit Settings
Picture Mode Edit allows you to create picture modes to save groups
of picture settings.
To adjust the color temperature:
1. From the MORE PICTURE menu,
use the Arrow buttons to
highlight Color Temperature,
then press OK.
2. Use the Arrow buttons on
the remote to highlight Color
Temperature, then press OK.
To adjust the Picture Mode Edit settings:
VIZIO
1. From the PICTURE menu, use the
ArrowZoom
buttons
to highlight
Picture
Wide
Normal
Panoramic
Mode Edit, and then press OK.
The PICTURE MODE EDIT menu is
displayed.
COLOR TEMPERATURE
Normal
Computer
Cool
Exit
2D
3D
2. Use the Arrow buttons to
highlight an option, then press
ABC
OK:
3. Use the Left/Right Arrow
buttons to highlight a color
temperature preset and then
press OK:
•
Input
Save Picture Mode† - Save
theWide
pictureCC
mode settings as
a new custom picture mode.
•
Normal is optimized for
television viewing.
• Lock Picture Mode - Prevent
Sleep changes to custom picture
Picture
Audio
Timer modes.
•
Computer optimizes the
picture for use as a
PC monitor.
•
Cool produces a blue-hued
picture.
• Unlock Picture Mode - Allow
changes to custom picture
modes.
Network Settings
Help
VIZIO
PICTURE MODE EDIT - Calibrated*
Save Picture Mode
Lock Picture Mode
Reset Picture Mode - Calibrated*
VIZIO
PICTURE MODE EDIT - My Settings
Save Picture Mode
Unlock Picture Mode
Delete Picture Mode - My Settings
• Reset Picture Mode†† - Reset
the picture mode settings to
the factory default values.
4. When you have finished
adjusting the color temperature,
press the EXIT button on the
remote.
• Delete Picture Mode - Delete a custom picture mode. Inputs
assigned to that custom picture mode will be set to Calibrated
picture mode.
If you've changed the settings for a picture mode, an
asterisk appears after its name.
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†
Only available when the current picture mode is a pre-set mode.
† †
Only available when the current picture mode is a pre-set mode and some of its
settings have been changed.
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Saving a Custom Picture Mode
Locking and Unlocking Custom Picture Modes
Custom picture modes allow you to save a group of custom settings
for various viewing conditions and video sources.
• When changes are made to a preset picture mode, an
asterisk appears after its name(*).
Custom picture modes can be locked/unlocked with a unique PIN to
prevent accidental changes to their settings.
•
To lock all custom picture modes:
1. From the PICTURE MODE
MANAGEMENT menu, use the
Arrow buttons to highlight Lock
Picture Mode, and then press
OK. The LOCK PICTURE MODE
menu is displayed.
The custom picture mode is not automatically saved.
To save a custom picture mode:
1. From the PICTURE MODE EDIT
menu, use the Arrow buttons
to highlight Save Picture
Mode, and then press OK. The
SAVE PICTURE MODE menu is
displayed.
2. Use either the on-screen
keyboard to type a name for
your custom picture mode.
3. Highlight Save and press OK.
VIZIO
SAVE PICTURE MODE
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LOCK PICTURE MODE
Create a picture control PIN to
prevent change to all custom
picture modes.
Panoramic
2. Use the Number Pad on your
remote to enter a unique 4-digit
PIN.
Custom1_
a
Zoom
VIZIO
Save
2D
3. Exit
Highlight
Save3Dand press OK.
4. Press the EXIT button to exit the
ABC
menu screens.
Space
Save
CC picture modes:
To Input
unlock Wide
all custom
4. Press the EXIT button to exit the
menu screens.
Create a 4 digit passcode using the number keys on the remote.
1. From the PICTURE MODE
MANAGEMENT menu, use the
ArrowPicture
buttons
to highlight
Sleep
Audio
Timer
Unlock Picture Mode, and then
press OK. The UNLOCK PICTURE
MODE menu is displayed.
Settings
Help Pad on your remote to enter your 4-digit PIN.
2.Network
Use the
Number
3. Make any desired changes to the picture modes.
4. Relock the picture modes, if desired. You must create a new
4-digit PIN.
5. Press the EXIT button to exit the menu screens.
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Deleting a Custom Picture Mode
Resetting a Preset Picture Mode
Custom picture modes that are no longer needed can be deleted.
Reset the picture mode settings (for a preset picture mode) to the
factory default values.
Inputs assigned to a deleted custom picture mode
become assigned to the Calibrated picture mode.
To reset a customized preset picture mode:
1. From the PICTURE MODE
MANAGEMENT menu, use the
Arrow buttons to highlight Reset
Picture Mode, and then press
OK. The RESET PICTURE MODE
window is displayed.
To delete a custom picture mode:
1. From the PICTURE MODE
MANAGEMENT menu, use the
Arrow buttons to highlight
Delete Picture Mode, and then
press OK. The DELETE PICTURE
MODE window is displayed.
To delete the user created Custom 1 picture mode,
select the Delete button.
Delete
Cancel
Select Reset to restore Standard
picture mode to factory defaults.
Reset
Cancel
2. Use the Up/Down Arrow buttons to select the customized
preset picture mode that you want to reset and then press OK.
2. Use the Up/Down Arrow buttons to select the custom picture
mode that you want to delete and then press OK.
3. Use the Left/Right Arrow buttons to highlight Reset and press
OK.
3. Use the Left/Right Arrow buttons to highlight Delete and press
OK.
4. Press the EXIT button to exit the menu screens.
4. Press the EXIT button to exit the menu screens.
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Adjusting the Color Calibration Settings
Reset Color Tuner - Resets the color tuner settings for the
current color temperature mode.
•
Color Calibration Settings allow you to make precise adjustments to
the picture and to create picture modes to save groups of picture
settings.
The Color Tuner, 11 Point White Balance, and test
patterns allow technicians to manually calibrate the TV.
Calibration requires specialized training, an input with
precisely set colors, and a specialized light meter.
•
If the current picture mode is a pre-set, the color
temperature is reset for all pre-set picture modes using
the current color temperature mode. It does not affect
saved custom picture modes.
•
If the current picture mode is a saved custom picture
mode, the color temperature only reset for that custom
picture modes. It does not affect pre-set picture modes
or other custom picture modes.
To adjust the color calibration picture settings:
For example, suppose that:
1. From the PICTURE menu, use
the Arrow buttons to highlight
Color Calibration and press
the OK button. The COLOR
CALIBRATION menu is displayed.
•
2. Use the Arrow buttons to
highlight the setting you wish to
adjust, then press the OK button
to change the setting:
•
•
•
VIZIO
COLOR CALIBRATION
Picture Mode
Wide
Calibrated
Color Temperature
You have created two custom picture modes: “My Picture
Settings” and “Oliver.” They both use the Normal color
temperature, but you have adjusted it for each of the
Zoom
Normal
Panoramic
modes.
—and—
Normal
Color Tuner
•
Reset Color Tuner
Exit
Picture Mode - Not directly
selectable (reference only).
Input
Color Temperature - Not
directly selectable (reference
only). Changes to Hue,
Saturation, Brightness,
Offset, and Gain are saved
here and indicated with an
asterisk (*).
You have changed the Color Tuner settings for the
2D
3D
Normal
color temperature while in the Calibrated picture
mode.
So, you have
ABC“My Picture Settings” with a modified Normal
color temperature, “Oliver” with different changes to the
Normal
Wide color
CC temperature, and a third set of changes to the
Normal color temperature that applies to all of the pre-set
picture modes.
The Calibrated and Calibrated Dark picture modes both use
Audio
thePicture
Normal
color temperature. If Calibrated is the current
picture mode when the Normal color temperature is reset,
the change affects both of these picture modes, but does
not undo the changes to the color temperature for the “My
or “Oliver” custom picture modes.
NetworkPicture
Settings Settings”
Help
Sleep
Timer
Color Tuner - Adjust the HSB color, RGB offsets, and
11-point white balance, and display calibration test
patterns.
If “My Picture Settings" is the current picture mode when
the Normal color temperature is reset, the change only
affects the “My Picture Settings” picture mode. The color
temperature changes to the “Oliver,” Calibrated, and
Calibrated Dark picture modes stay as they are.
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Adjusting the Color Tuner Settings
The Color Tuner settings allow you to adjust the Hue, Saturation,
and Brightness (HSB) color and 11 point white balance, turn color
channels off for testing, and display color bar, flat, and ramp test
patterns.
To turn color channels off and on:
To adjust the HSB color settings:
2. Use the Arrow buttons to highlight Color Tuner, and then
press the OK button. The Color Tuner menu is displayed ..
1. From the PICTURE menu, use the Arrow buttons to highlight
Color Calibration and press the OK button. The COLOR
CALIBRATION menu is displayed.
1. From the PICTURE menu, use the Arrow buttons to highlight
Color Calibration and press the OK button. The COLOR
CALIBRATION menu is displayed.
Color Tuner
Color Tuner
Green
Blue
Cyan
Magenta
Yellow
Hue
0
0
0
0
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-14
Saturation
-1
5
-4
0
-2
0
Brightness
0
0
0
-24
0
-22
Offset
0
0
0
Gain
0
0
0
Green
Blue
Cyan
Magenta
Yellow
0
0
0
0
25
-14
Saturation
-1
5
-4
0
-2
0
Brightness
-24
0
-22
0
0
0
Offset
0
0
0
Gain
0
0
0
Hue
2. Use the Arrow buttons to highlight Color Tuner, and press the
OK button. The Color Tuner menu is displayed.
Red
Red
3. Use the Arrow buttons on the remote to highlight Red, Green,
or Blue.
4. Press the OK button to turn the color channel off or on. An X
appears over a color channel that has been turned off.
5. Use the Arrow buttons to highlight another color channel to
turn off or on. Only two color channels can be turned off at the
same time.
3. Use the Arrow buttons on the remote to highlight the Hue,
Saturation, Brightness, (these 3 adjust the color) Offset, or
Gain (these two adjust the color temperature) of the color you
wish to adjust. Press the OK button.
6. When you are finished with the color channels, press the BACK
button to adjust additional settings or EXIT.
4. Use the Left/Right Arrow buttons to adjust the value. When
you are finished press the OK button to save the setting.
5. When you have finished adjusting the Color Tuner settings,
press the BACK button to adjust additional settings or EXIT.
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To adjust the 11 Point White Balance settings:
To show or hide the Color Bar Test Pattern:
1. From the Color Tuner menu, use the Arrow buttons to
highlight Color Tuner, and then press the Left/Right Arrow
buttons until the 11 Point White Balance menu is displayed.
1. Ensure that you are on an input that is displaying active
content. From the Color Tuner menu, use the Arrow buttons
to highlight Color Tuner, and then press the Left/Right Arrow
buttons until the Color Bar Test Pattern menu is displayed.
11 Point White Balance
Gain
Red
Green
Blue
5%
0
0
0
Color Bar Test Pattern
Off
2. Use the Arrow buttons on the remote to highlight Off. Use the
Left/Right Arrow buttons to highlight On to show the Color
Bar.
—or—
2. Use the Arrow buttons on the remote to highlight the Gain and
Color values you wish to adjust. Press the OK button and use
the Left/Right Arrow buttons to adjust the value. When you
are finished press the OK button to save the setting.
To hide the Color Bar Test Pattern, use the Left/Right Arrow
buttons to highlight Off.
3. When you are finished, press the BACK button to adjust
additional settings or EXIT.
3. When you are finished, press the BACK button to adjust
additional settings or EXIT.
All changes here are saved to Color Temperature.
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To show or hide the Flat Test Pattern:
To show or hide the Ramp Test Pattern:
1. Ensure that you are on an input that is displaying active
content. From the Color Tuner menu, use the Arrow buttons
to highlight Color Tuner, and then press the Left/Right Arrow
buttons until the Flat Test Pattern menu is displayed.
1. Ensure that you are on an input that is displaying active
content. From the Color Tuner menu, use the Arrow buttons to
highlight Color Tuner, and then press the Left/Right Arrow
buttons until the Ramp Test Pattern menu is displayed.
Flat Test Pattern
Ramp Test Pattern
Off
Off
2. Use the Arrow buttons on the remote to highlight Off. Use the
Left/Right Arrow buttons to select the color for the ramp test
pattern. Selecting a color immediately shows that color ramp.
2. Use the Arrow buttons on the remote to highlight Off. Use the
Left/Right Arrow buttons to select the percentage brightness
for the flat test pattern. Selecting a percentage immediately
shows the flat pattern at that brightness.
—or—
—or—
To hide the Ramp Test Pattern, use the Left/Right Arrow
buttons to highlight Off.
To disable the Flat Test Pattern, use the Left/Right Arrow
buttons to highlight Off.
3. When you are finished, press the BACK button to adjust
additional settings or EXIT.
3. When you are finished, press the BACK button to adjust
additional settings or EXIT.
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ADJUSTING THE AUDIO SETTINGS
a home theater audio system or sound bar. Select PCM or
Bitstream.
Adjusting audio settings creates a custom audio mode which can be
further modified or restored to factory defaults (deleted).
You must select Bitstream for audio with more than two
channels (3.0, 5.0, or 5.1, for example).
To adjust the audio settings:
1. Press the MENU button on the
remote. The on-screen menu
is displayed.
2. Use the Arrow buttons on the
remote to highlight Audio and
press OK. The AUDIO menu
is displayed.
3. Use the Arrow buttons to
highlight the setting you wish
to adjust, then press Left/Right
Arrow buttons to change
the setting:
•
VIZIO
AUDIO
TV Speakers
Surround Sound
Balance
Lip Sync
Wide
On
On
-
+
0
+
0
Digital Audio Out
PCM
Analog Audio Out
Fixed
•
Equalizer - Adjusts the boost or attenuation of different
2D
3D
frequencies
using either preset or custom settings. See
Locking and Unlocking Channels on page 42.
•
ABC
Delete Audio
Mode - Restores audio equalizer settings
to the factory defaults by deleting the custom mode
Wide
CC
previously
created.
See Deleting the Custom Audio Mode
on page 31.
Exit
Equalizer
Delete Audio Mode
Input
• TV Speakers - Turns the
built-in speakers on or off.
Analog Audio Out - Sets the volume control properties
for the RCA (red & white) connector when connected to a
home theater audio system. Select Variable to control the
Zoom
Normal
Panoramic
external
speakers’
volume from the TV’s volume controls, or
select Fixed to control the external speakers’ volume from
your home theater system controls.
4. When you have finished adjusting the audio settings, press the
Sleep
EXIT button
the remote.
Picture on
Audio
Timer
When the TV speakers are set to On, DTS signals cannot
be passed through digital audio outputs.
•
Surround Sound - Surround sound uses DTS TruSurround™
to deliver an immersive surround sound experience from
the TV’s internal speakers. TruSurround completes the
entertainment experience by providing deep, rich bass
and by delivering crisp details and clear, intelligible dialog.
Select On or Off.
•
Balance - Adjusts the loudness of the audio output from
the left and right speakers.
•
Lip Sync - Adjusts the synchronization between the display
image and the accompanying audio track.
•
Digital Audio Out - Changes the type of processing for
digital audio out and HDMI ARC output when connected to
Network
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5
Changing the Equalizer Settings
Deleting the Custom Audio Mode
To select a pre-set audio mode:
To delete the custom audio mode:
1. Press the MENU button on the remote. The on-screen menu is
displayed.
1. Press the MENU button on the remote. The on-screen menu is
displayed.
2. Use the Arrow buttons to highlight Audio and press OK. The
AUDIO menu is displayed.
2. Use the Arrow buttons on the remote to highlight Audio and
press OK. The AUDIO menu is displayed.
3. Use the Arrow buttons to highlight Equalizer and press OK.
The AUDIO MODE and equalizer settings screen appears.
3. Use the Arrow buttons to highlight Delete Audio Mode and
press OK. The TV displays, “To delete the user created custom
audio mode, select the Delete button."
4. Use the Left and Right Arrow buttons to select an audio mode.
The equalizer bars change to reflect the mode.
4. Highlight Delete and press OK.
5. Press the EXIT button on the remote.
5. Press the EXIT button on the remote.
To customize an equalizer setting:
1. Press the MENU button on the remote. The on-screen menu is
displayed.
2. Use the Arrow buttons to highlight Audio and press OK. The
AUDIO menu is displayed.
3. Use the Arrow buttons to highlight Equalizer and press OK.
The AUDIO MODE and equalizer settings screen appears.
4. Use the Down, Left, and Right Arrow buttons to select any
audio mode as a starting point and press OK.
5. Use the Up and Down Arrow buttons to adjust the boost (up)
and attenuation (down) for the frequency.
6. Use the Left and Right Arrow buttons to select another
frequency, if desired, and adjust it. A new audio mode called
"Custom" is created.
7. Press the EXIT button on the remote.
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SETTING TIMERS
Setting the Auto Power Off Feature
This TV has timers that save energy, can turn off the TV when you go
to sleep, and can blank the screen when you stream music.
To help save energy, your TV is set by default to turn off after
10 minutes without a video or audio signal. This feature can be
deactivated.
Setting the Sleep Timer
To set the Auto Power Off feature:
When activated, the TV’s sleep timer will turn the TV off after a set
period of time.
1. From the TIMERS menu, use the Up/Down Arrow buttons on
the remote to highlight Auto Power Off.
1. Press the MENU button on the
remote. The on-screen menu is
displayed.
2. Use the Left/Right Arrow buttons on the remote to change
whether the TV will turn off. If you don’t want the TV to turn off
whenZoom
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2. Use the Arrow buttons on the
remote to highlight Timers and
press OK. The TIMERS menu is
displayed.
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Sleep Timer
Auto Power Off
Off
10 minutes
3. When you have finished setting the auto power off time, press
the EXIT button on the remote.
Exit
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3. From the TIMERS menu, use the
Up/Down Arrow buttons on the
remote to highlight Sleep Timer.
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4. Use the Left/Right Arrow
buttons on the remote to
highlight the period of time after
which you want the TV to go to
sleep: 30, 60, 90, 120, or 180
minutes. If you don’t want the
sleep timer to activate, change
the setting to Off.
5. When you have finished setting
the sleep timer, press the EXIT
button on the remote.
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SETTING UP CHANNELS
Selecting a Channel Source
1. On the remote control, press Input and use the Arrow button
to highlight TV (antenna icon), then press OK.
You can use the TV’s Tuner menu to:
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Select a channel source
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Find channels
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Perform a partial channel scan
Channels not scanned
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Manually add channels
Channel Source
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Select channels to skip
Find Channels
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Select language for analog
and digital channels.
Partial Channel Scan
Finding Channels
Add Analog Channel
Before the TV can detect and display channels and their associated
information, you must scan for channels. A channel scan may
also be necessaryABC
when the TV has been moved to an area where
different free-to-air broadcast television channels are available.
2. Press the MENU button, select Channels and press OK. The
CHANNELS menu is displayed.
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Digital Language
Stereo
English
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To perform an Auto Channel Scan:
1. From the CHANNELS menu,
highlight Find Channels, and
Sleep
Timer
press Picture
OK. TheAudio
channel scan
begins.
2. Wait until the channel scan is
100%Settings
complete.
Network
HelpHighlight Done
and press OK.
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FIND CHANNELS
Channels Found
Digital: 0
Analog: 0
13% Complete
Cancel
3. Press the EXIT button on the
remote.
If the channel scan is cancelled,
only the channels that were
already discovered are saved. A
new channel scan clears all saved
channels.
Cancel the channel scan.
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Adding New Channels
To add a single new analog channel:
Occasionally, you may need to add a new range of channels or add
a new analog channel. You can do this by using the Partial Channel
Search and Add Analog Channel options.
1. From the CHANNELS menu,
highlight Add Analog Channel
and press OK. The ADD ANALOG
CHANNEL menu is displayed.
To add a range of new channels:
2. Highlight Enter Channel # and
use the Number Pad on the
remote to enter the number of
the channel you are adding.
1. From the CHANNELS menu, highlight Partial Channel Scan,
and press OK. The PARTIAL CHANNEL SCAN menu is displayed.
2. Highlight Scan Mode and select the type of channel you are
adding: Analog, Digital, or Analog/Digital.
3. Highlight Add Channel and
press OK. The TV scans for the
channel.
3. Highlight From Channel and enter the channel where you want
to begin the scan. (Use the Left Arrow button to backspace.
Use the Number Pad on the remote to enter the channel.)
4. When the TV is done scanning
for the channel, press the EXIT
button on the remote.
4. Highlight To Channel and enter the channel where you want
to end the scan. (Use the Left Arrow button to backspace. Use
the Number Pad on the remote to enter the channel.)
5. Highlight Start and press OK. The partial channel search
begins.
6. Wait until the partial channel search is 100% complete.
Highlight Done and press OK.
7. Press the EXIT button on the remote.
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Enter Channel #
Add Channel
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Skipping Channels
After a channel scan is completed, you may find that some channels
are too weak to watch comfortably. There may also be some
channels you do not want to view. You can remove these channels
from the TV’s memory with the Skip Channel feature.
Channels that have been removed with the Skip Channel
feature can still be viewed if the channel is entered
using the Number Pad. If you wish to completely block
a channel from being viewed, use the parental controls.
See Locking and Unlocking Channels on page 42.
To remove a channel:
1. From the CHANNELS menu,
highlight Skip Channel, and
press OK. The SKIP CHANNEL
menu is displayed.
2. For each channel you wish
to remove, use the Up/Down
Arrow buttons on the remote to
highlight the channel and press
OK. A P appears to the right of
each channel you select.
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SKIP CHANNEL
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3. When you have selected all
of the channels you wish to
remove, press the EXIT button
on the remote.
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Changing the Audio Language
To use the Digital Language feature:
Some free-to-air, cable, and satellite channels broadcast programs
in more than one language. The Analog Audio and Digital Language
features allow you to listen to audio from Secondary Audio
Programming (SAP). SAP allows you to listen to broadcasts in
multiple languages.
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Analog Audio works with analog channels.
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Digital Language works with digital channels.
1. From the CHANNELS menu,
highlight Digital Language
and press OK. The DIGITAL
LANGUAGE menu is displayed.
2. Select your preferred language:
English, Español, or Français.
Press OK.
Not all programs are broadcast in multiple languages.
The Analog Audio and Digital Language features
only work when the program being viewed is being
broadcast in the language you select.
3. Press the EXIT button on the
remote.
To use the Analog Audio feature:
1. From the CHANNELS menu,
highlight Analog Audio and
press OK. The ANALOG AUDIO
menu is displayed.
2. Select Stereo, SAP (Secondary
Audio Programming), or Mono.
Press OK.
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Stereo
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Mono
3. Press the EXIT button on the
remote.
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English
Español
Français
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SETTING UP CLOSED CAPTIONING
Changing the Appearance of Digital Closed Captions
Digital closed captions can be displayed according to your
preference. See the diagram on the next page for an explanation of
the parts of the closed caption area.
Your TV can display closed captions for programs that include them.
Closed captions display a transcription of a program’s dialogue.
To change the appearance of digital closed captions:
If the program you are viewing is not being broadcast
with closed captions, the TV will not display them.
1. From the CLOSED CAPTIONS
menu, use the Arrow buttons to
highlight Digital Caption Style
and press OK.
The Closed Captioning menu only appears when the input is an
antenna for Over-the-Air signals, cable TV directly from the wall (no
cable box), or a device with a composite video connection.
2. Use the Left/Right Arrow
buttons on the remote to select
Digital Style > Custom. The
DIGITAL STYLE menu appears as
shown.
To activate or deactivate closed
captions:
1. Press the MENU button on the
remote. The on-screen menu is
displayed.
2. Use the Arrow buttons on the
remote to highlight Closed
Captions and press OK. The
CLOSED CAPTIONS menu is
displayed.
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highlight the setting you wish to
change, then use the Left/Right
Arrow buttons to change the
setting:
Exit
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CLOSED CAPTIONS
Captions
Off
Analog Closed Captions
Digital Closed Captions
Digital Style
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CS1
Custom
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3. Use the Arrow buttons on the
remote to highlight the type of
closed captions you wish to see:
• Captions turns this option
On or Off.
• Analog Closed Captions for
analog (NTSC) TV channels.
• Digital Closed Captions for
digital (ATSC) TV channels.
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Custom
Caption Style
Text Style
As Broadcast
Large
Text Size
Text Color
As Broadcast
Text Opacity
As Broadcast
Text Edges
As Broadcast
Text Edges Color
As Broadcast
Black
Background Color
Background Opacity
As Broadcast
Window Color
As Broadcast
Window Opacity
As Broadcast
Caption Style - Choose
As Broadcast
ABC to keep
default settings or Custom
to manually
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Text Style - Changes the
font used for the closed
Sleep captioning text.
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4. After highlighting the type of
closed captions you wish to
see, use the Left/Right Arrow
buttons on the remote to select
the caption channel you wish to
display, then press EXIT.
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Text Size - Makes the text larger or smaller.
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Text Color - Changes the color of the text.
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Text
Opacity
- Changes the transparency of the text.
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Text Edges - Change the effects at the edges of the text,
such as raising the edges or adding drop shadows.
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Text Edges Color - Change the color at the edges of the text.
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Background Color - Change the color of the background
directly behind the text.
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Background Opacity - Change the transparency of the
background directly behind the text.
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Window Color - Change the color of the closed captioning
box.
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Window Opacity - Change the opacity of the closed
captioning box.
Typical choices include:
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Opaque background, transparent window—Only a strip of
background appears behind the text, expanding as the text
appears. This is the typical "As Broadcast" mode.
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Opaque background and window in the same color—When
text appears, the entire line fills with color at once.
In the example below, the closed caption text is green, the
background is black, and the window is red.
4. When you are satisfied with the appearance of the closed
captions, press the EXIT button on the remote.
Text
Background
CLOSED CAPTION TEXT SAMPLE
Window
CLOSED CAPTIONS SCREEN
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RENAMING INPUTS (USING THE DEVICES MENU)
Inputs can be renamed to make them easier to recognize on the
Input menu (see Changing the Input Source on page 19). For
example, if you have a DVD player connected to the Component
input, you can rename that input to display “DVD Player.”
Input Port
To change the name of an input:
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1. Press the MENU button on the remote. The on-screen menu is
displayed.
NAME INPUT
HDMI-1
2. Use the Arrow buttons on the remote to highlight Devices and
press OK. The DEVICES menu is displayed.
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Name
DVD
Custom Name
DVD_
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3. Highlight the input device that you want to rename and press
OK.
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a. Highlight the Input Port row and press OK.
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b. Highlight the input name you want to use and press OK.
—or—
Cancel
To enter a custom name:
Select the input name from a list
of common device names (Blu-ray,
Cable Box, DVD, etc).
a. Enter your custom name using the on-screen keyboard.
b. Highlight OK and press OK.
c. The Input Name changes to show the custom name that
you created.
5. When you have finished naming your input, press the EXIT
button on the remote.
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CHANGING THE TV SETTINGS
Viewing System Information
To view technical data and status information about your TV and
network connection:
Using the system menu, you can:
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View technical system and
networking information
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Change the on-screen menu
language
System Information
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Set the time zone and local
setting
Time & Local Settings
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Set up parental controls
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Open the WIDE menu
CEC
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Set up CEC devices to control
them with your VIZIO TV
remote
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Control when the power
indicator light is on
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Reset TV settings and control
Smart Interactivity
1. Press the MENU button on the remote. The on-screen menu is
displayed.
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3. Highlight System Information and press OK.
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2. Use the Arrow buttons on the remote to highlight System and
press OK. The SYSTEM menu is displayed.
Exit
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4. Use the Up/Down Arrow buttons to scroll through the system
information.
Off
ABC
5. When you are finished reviewing the system information, press
the EXIT
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Changing the On-Screen Menu Language
Setting the Time and Local Settings
Your TV can display the on-screen menu in different languages.
When your TV signal come from an antenna, your TV receives time
information as part of the broadcast signal. The time is displayed as
part of the information when you press the INFO button. However,
you need to set your time zone and Daylight Saving Time state to
ensure that the correct time is displayed.
To change the on-screen menu language:
1. Press the MENU button on the
remote. The on-screen menu is
displayed.
2. Use the Arrow buttons on the
remote to highlight System and
press OK. The SYSTEM menu is
displayed.
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Español
1. Press the MENU button on the
remote. The on-screen menu is
Exit
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3D
displayed.
Français
3. Use the Arrow buttons on
the remote to highlight Menu
Language and press OK. The
MENU LANGUAGE menu is
displayed.
2. Use the Arrow buttons on the
ABC
remote to highlight System and
press OK. The SYSTEM menu is
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3. Use the Arrow buttons on the
remote to highlight Time & Local
Sleep
Picture
Audio
Settings
and press
OK. The
Timer
menu headed by the local date
and time is displayed.
4. Highlight your preferred
language (English, Español, or
Français) and press OK.
5. Press the EXIT button on the
remote.
Settings
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Highlight
TimeHelp
Zone and press
OK. The TIME ZONE menu is
displayed.
5. Highlight your time zone and press OK.
6. Highlight Daylight Saving Time and press OK. The DAYLIGHT
SAVING TIME menu is displayed. Choose On if it is currently
Daylight Saving Time, Off if it is Standard Time.
7. Press the EXIT button on the remote.
You'll need to change the Daylight Saving Time setting at
the start and end of Daylight Saving time.
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Using the Parental Controls
Enabling or Disabling Program Ratings
The TV’s parental controls allow you to prevent the TV from
displaying certain channels or programs without a password.
To manage program content according to its rating, you must
enable the Program Rating feature.
The Parental Controls menu only appears when:
To enable or disable the Program Rating feature:
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You are using an the tuner receive your TV signals, such as
when you are using an antenna for Over-the-Air signals or
when connected to cable TV directly from the wall (no cable
box).
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You have a device connected using a composite video cable
or a coaxial cable, such as a VCR, satellite or cable box, or
DVR.
1. From the PARENTAL CONTROLS menu, highlight Locks and
press OK. Type the parental passcode. The LOCKS menu is
displayed.
2. Select On or Off and press OK.
Locking and Unlocking Channels
When a channel is locked, it will be inaccessible. Locking a channel
is a good way to prevent children from viewing inappropriate
material.
Other devices have their own parental control settings.
Accessing the Parental Controls Menu
To lock or unlock a channel:
To access the Parental Controls menu:
1. From the PARENTAL CONTROLS menu, highlight Channel Locks
and press OK. The CHANNEL LOCKS menu is displayed.
1. Press the MENU button on the remote. The on-screen menu is
displayed.
2. Highlight the channel you want to lock or unlock and press OK.
2. Use the Arrow buttons on the remote to highlight System and
press OK. The SYSTEM menu is displayed.
3. When a channel is locked, the Lock icon appears locked. The
channel is not accessible unless the parental passcode is
entered.
3. Use the Arrow buttons on the remote to highlight Parental
Controls and press OK.
4. When a channel is unlocked, the Lock icon appears unlocked.
The channel is accessible.
4. Enter your parental passcode. If you have not set a passcode,
enter the default, 0000. The PARENTAL CONTROLS menu is
displayed.
To set a custom parental passcode, see Changing the
Parental Control Passcode on page 43.
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Changing the Parental Control Passcode
Blocking and Unblocking Content by Rating
A channel may sometimes broadcast programs that are meant for
children, and at other times broadcast programs that are meant
for mature audiences. You may not want to block the channel
completely using a channel lock, but you may wish to block certain
programs from being viewed.
If you use the parental controls, you should change the passcode to
prevent children from accessing inappropriate material.
To change the parental control passcode:
1. From the PARENTAL CONTROLS menu, highlight Change PIN
and press OK. The CHANGE PIN menu is displayed.
When this is the case, you can use the TV’s Rating Block feature to
block content based on its rating.
2. In the New PIN field, use the Number Pad on the remote to
enter your new 4-digit parental control passcode.
For a list of content ratings and their definitions, visit
www.tvguidelines.org.
3. In the Confirm PIN field, use the Number Pad on the remote
to re-enter your new 4-digit parental control passcode.
To block or unblock content by its rating:
4. Write down your new parental control passcode and save it in
a secure location.
1. From the PARENTAL CONTROLS menu, highlight the content
type you want to adjust and press OK:
USA TV - USA television program broadcasts.
USA Movie - USA movie broadcasts.
Canadian English - Canadian English television program
broadcasts.
Canadian French - Canadian French television program
broadcasts.
5. Press the EXIT button on the remote.
Resetting the Content Locks
To reset the content locks to the factory-default settings:
1. From the PARENTAL CONTROLS menu, highlight RESET LOCKS
and press OK. The TV displays, “Are you sure you want to
RESET ALL LOCKS SETTINGS to the factory defaults?”
2. For each rating type you want to block or unblock, use the Up/
Down and Left/Right Arrow buttons on the remote to highlight
the rating type and press OK.
2. Highlight Yes and press OK.
3. When the rating type is blocked, the Lock icon appears locked.
Content with this rating and all higher ratings cannot be
viewed.
4. When the rating type is unblocked, the Lock icon appears
unlocked. Content with this rating and all lower ratings can be
viewed.
If you want to block all unrated content, highlight Block
Unrated Shows and use the Arrow buttons on the remote to
select On.
5. When you are finished adjusting the rating level blocks, press
the EXIT button on the remote.
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Adjusting the Wide Mode (Aspect Ratio)
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Wide stretches a 4:3 aspect ratio picture to the edges of
the screen. Since the picture is being stretched, the display
image may appear distorted. If the program is already
formatted for widescreen viewing (1.85:1 or 2.35:1), then
black bars will appear on the top and bottom of the display
image.
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Zoom expands images with black bars to fit the screen.
The TV can display images in five different modes: Normal, Stretch,
Panoramic, Wide, and Zoom. Each mode displays the picture
differently.
To change the screen aspect ratio:
1. Press the MENU button on the
remote. The on-screen menu is
displayed.
2. Use the Arrow buttons on the
remote to highlight System and
press OK. The SYSTEM menu is
displayed.
3. Use the Arrow buttons on the
remote to highlight Wide and
press OK. The wide mode menu
appears at the top of the screen.
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Wide
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Note: Aspect ratio settings may
vary by Input source.
4. Use the Arrow buttons to highlight the aspect ratio you wish to
use and the press OK.
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Normal preserves the content’s original aspect ratio. Since
the 4:3 aspect ratio is not large enough to fill the TV’s
screen, black bars are added to the left and right of the
display image.
•
Stretch expands the display image to fill the screen. Images
may appear wider than intended. If you are watching
widescreen (1.85:1 or 2.35:1) content, black bars will still
appear on the top and bottom of the display image. This
option is only available when the TV is displaying a
720p/1080i source.
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Panoramic expands the display image to fill the width of
the screen. Images may appear wider than intended. If
you are watching widescreen (1.85:1 or 2.35:1) content,
black bars will still appear on the top and bottom of the
display image. This option is only available when the TV is
displaying a 480i/480p source.
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Controlling Other Devices with CEC
To begin device discovery:
The CEC function on your TV enables you to control devices
connected to the HDMI (ARC) input with the included remote,
without any programming. Using CEC, your VIZIO TV remote can
control:
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Your TV begins looking for CEC devices connected to all of its
HDMI inputs. When discovery is complete:
• Power on/off
• Volume
• Mute
Not all HDMI devices support CEC. See your device’s
user manual for details.
To enable, disable, or adjust CEC settings:
1. Set up your audio device and connect it to the HDMI-1 (HDMI
ARC) input on the TV.
2. On your audio device, select the HDMI ARC input.
3. Press the MENU button on the remote. The on-screen menu is
displayed.
4. Use the Arrow buttons on the remote to highlight System and
press OK. The SYSTEM menu is displayed.
5. Use the Arrow buttons on the remote to highlight CEC and
press OK. The CEC Settings menu is displayed.
6. Highlight CEC and press OK. Select a setting and then press OK.
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CEC - To use CEC, you must select On.
•
System Audio Control - To control your device’s audio
using the TV’s remote control, select On.
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Device Discovery - To determine if your device is connected
and supports CEC, select Device Discovery and then press
OK.
From the CEC menu, highlight Device Discovery and press
OK.
7. Press the EXIT button on the remote.
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The CEC-compatible devices are listed below Device
Discovery.
•
The names of these devices now appear on the Input
menu.
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If an audio device was discovered, the TV's speakers are
turned off.
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The VIZIO TV remote controls an attached VIZIO sound
bar or other audio system.
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Turning the Power Indicator On or Off
Restoring the TV to Factory Default Settings
The Power Indicator on the front of your TV normally does not glow
when the TV is on. You can change this setting if you prefer the light
to be on.
You can use the TV’s Reset & Admin menu to restore the TV to its
factory default settings.
All of the on-screen menu settings can be reset to the factory
defaults.
To turn the Power Indicator Light on or off:
1. Press the MENU button on the remote. The on-screen menu is
displayed.
If you restore the TV to the factory default settings, all
changes you have made to the settings will be lost!
2. Use the Arrow buttons on the remote to highlight System and
press OK. The SYSTEM menu is displayed.
3. Highlight Power Indicator and press OK.
To restore the TV to its factory default settings:
4. Use the Up/Down Arrow buttons to select On or Off, then
press OK.
1. Press the MENU button. The on-screen menu is displayed.
2. Use the Arrow buttons on the remote to highlight System and
press OK. The SYSTEM menu is displayed.
3. Highlight Reset & Admin and press OK. The RESET & ADMIN
menu is displayed.
4. Highlight Reset TV to Factory Defaults and press OK.
5. Enter your parental control passcode. If you have not yet set
up a parental passcode, enter the default, 0000.
The TV displays, "Select Reset to restore all TV settings to
factory defaults."
6. Highlight Reset and press OK.
7. Wait for the TV to turn off. The TV will turn back on shortly
afterward and the Setup App will begin.
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USING THE GUIDED SETUP MENU
The TV’s Setup App can be used to easily set up channels on the TV.
To use guided setup:
1. Press the MENU button on the
remote. The on-screen menu is
displayed.
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press OK. The GUIDED SETUP
menu is displayed.
3. Highlight Channel Setup and
press OK.
ABC
4. Follow the on-screen
instructions. When finished,
press the EXIT button on the
remote.
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USING THE INFO WINDOW
The Info Window can be displayed by pressing the GUIDE or INFO
buttons on the remote:
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Press the GUIDE or INFO button once to display channel,
input, and display information.
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Press the GUIDE or INFO button twice to display the
program title, program rating, audio information, and the
start and end times of the program.
Channel/Input Information
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Oliver’s Holiday Surprise
1080p TV-PG (V)
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Oliver wakes up one morning only to discover that his pals are missing. In this hour-long
holiday special, Oliver goes on a journey in search of his pals. Who knows what he’ll encounter on the way?
Program Title
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DIGITAL EPISODE GUIDE WINDOW
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Using the USB Media Player
USING THE USB MEDIA PLAYER
Displaying USB Media
To display your USB media:
The USB media player allows you to connect a USB thumb drive to
your TV and view photos.
1. Connect your USB thumb drive to the USB port on the side of
the TV.
2. Use the Arrow buttons to highlight Yes and press the OK.
USB PORT
If the dialog box disappears, press the V button on the
remote to go the next step.
3. Use the Arrow buttons to highlight your USB device in the list
and press OK.
4. Use the Arrow buttons to highlight Photo and press OK.
5. Use the Arrow buttons to highlight the photo you want to
display. Press OK. The photo displays.
You can display your photos in fullscreen. Select the
photo, press OK, then highlight Fullscreen and press
OK.
Removing the USB Drive from the TV
Preparing Your USB Drive to Display USB Media
Do not remove the USB thumb drive while the TV is on.
Doing so may damage the drive.
To display USB media, you must first save your photos onto a USB
thumb drive:
•
The USB thumb drive must be formatted as FAT32.
To safely remove your USB drive from the TV:
•
Files on the USB thumb drive must end in a supported file
extension (.jpg or .jpeg.).
1. Turn off the TV.
•
The USB media player is not designed to play media
from external hard drives, MP3 players, cameras, or
smartphones.
2. Disconnect your USB thumb drive from the USB port on the
side of the TV.
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Connected
Sources
Displays
connected USB
devices. To
change source,
highlight it and
press OK.
Back Button
Highlight this button and
press OK to return to the
previous screen.
Current Folder
Displays the folder path.
VIZIO
USB1:
Current Folder
Photo
root
Start Fullscreen
Slideshow
Sort by Name or Date
View Thumbnails or
Folders
Adjust Slideshow
Settings
Folder Contents
This area displays the contents of
the currently selected folder. You
can browse files and folders using
the Arrow and OK buttons on the
remote.
Back Button
Highlight and press OK to return to left column.
VIZIO_2GB\Photo\root
A.jpg
B.jpg
C.jpg
D.jpg
E.jpg
F.jpg
H.jpg
I.jpg
Start Slideshow
Sort:
Name A-Z
View:
Folders
Settings
File Name: D 1920x1080
Resolution: 1920x1080
Size:
1607270KB
Photo
Information
Displays name,
resolution, and file
size for currently
selected photo.
G.jpg
Page 1 of 1
Page Information
If your USB thumb drive has more
files than can be displayed on a
single screen, the page information is
displayed here.
PHOTO VIEWER
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Troubleshooting & Technical Support
Do you have questions? Find answers at
SUPPORT.VIZIO.COM
Find help with:
• New product setup
• Connecting your devices
• Technical problems
• Product updates and more
Live chat
support available
You can also contact our
award-winning support team at:
Phone:
Email:
(877) 698-4946 (toll-free)
techsupport@VIZIO.com
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday: 7 am to 11 pm (PST)
Saturday - Sunday: 9 am to 6 pm (PST)
Se habla Español • Nous parlons Français
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A
A
There is no sound.
• Press Volume Up on the remote control.
The TV displays “No Signal.”
• Press the INPUT button on the remote control to select a
different input source.
•
If you are using cable TV, satellite, or an antenna
connected directly to the TV, scan for channels. See
Finding Channels on page 33.
There is no power.
• Ensure the TV is plugged into a working electrical outlet.
•
Press the MUTE button on the remote to ensure mute is
off.
•
Check the audio settings. See Adjusting the Audio Settings
on page 30. Ensure that the speakers are set to On.
•
Ensure no headphones are connected to the TV.
•
Check the audio connections of external devices (Blu-ray
player, game console, cable/satellite box) that are
connected to the TV.
• Ensure the power cable is securely attached to the TV.
• Press the Power/Standby button on the remote or on the
side of the TV to turn the TV on.
•
If you are using an antenna, the signal strength of the
channel may be low. Ensure your antenna is connected
securely to the TV and move the antenna around the
room or close to a window for the best signal.
The colors on the TV don’t look right.
• Adjust the Color and Tint settings in the Picture menu. See
Adjusting the Picture Settings on page 21.
The power is on, but there is no image on the screen.
• Ensure all cables are securely attached to the TV.
•
Ensure all devices are connected correctly. Devices differ;
see your device’s user manual for details.
•
Adjust Brightness, Contrast, or Backlight. See Adjusting
the Picture Settings on page 21.
• Press the INPUT button on the remote to select a different
input source.
•
Select a pre-set picture mode. See Adjusting the Picture
Settings on page 21. VIZIO recommends selecting the
Calibrated mode.
•
Check all cables to ensure they are securely attached.
The buttons on the remote aren’t working.
• Ensure you are only pressing one button at a time.
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•
Point the remote directly at the TV when pressing a
button.
•
Replace the remote batteries with new ones. See
Replacing the Batteries on page 11.
A
I see “noise” or static on the screen.
• When your TV’s digital capabilities exceed a digital
broadcast signal, the signal is up-converted (improved) to
match your TV’s display capabilities. This up-converting
can sometimes cause irregularities in the image.
The image quality is not good.
• For the best image quality, view high-definition programs
using digital sources. Connect your devices with HDMI
cables.
•
If you are using an antenna, the signal strength of the
channel may be low. Ensure your antenna is connected
securely to the TV and move the antenna around the
room or close to a window for the best signal.
•
The picture is distorted.
• Nearby electrical devices may be interfering with the
TV. Separate the TV from electrical appliances, cars, or
fluorescent lights.
•
If you are using an antenna, the signal strength of the
channel may be low. Ensure your antenna is connected
securely to the TV and move the antenna around the
room or close to a window for the best signal.
When I change input source, the volume changes.
• The TV remembers the volume level on each input source.
If the volume level on the new input source is higher or
lower than the level on the source you switch from, the
difference may be noticeable.
Ensure all cables are securely attached.
•
The display image does not cover the entire screen.
• If you are using TV, AV, or Component with 480i input,
press the WIDE button on the remote to change the
screen mode.
Use the Volume Up/Down buttons on the remote to
adjust the volume.
When I change input source, the display image changes size.
• The TV remembers the viewing mode on each input
source. If the viewing mode on the new input source
differs from the one on the input source you switch from,
the difference may be noticeable.
The TV has pixels (dots) that are always dark.
• Your HDTV is precision-manufactured using an extremely
high level of technology. However, sometimes pixels may
not display correctly. These types of occurrences are
inherent to this type of product and do not constitute a
defective product.
•
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See Changing the Screen Aspect Ratio on page 20..
B
Specifications
D32h-C0
Screen Size:
32" Class
Viewable Area:
31.50"
Dimensions w/ Stand:
w/o Stand:
28.71" x 19.08" x 7.87"
28.71" x 17.11" x 2.91"
Weight w/ Stand:
w/o Stand:
10.36 lbs
9.48 lbs
TV Type:
Full-Array LED
Refresh Rate:
60 Hz
Maximum Resolution:
Pixel Pitch:
1366 x 768 (720p)
0.51075 mm (H) X 0.51075 mm (V)
Viewing Angle:
178° (H) / 178° (V)
HDMI Inputs:
2
Component Video Inputs:
1
Composite Inputs:
1 (Shared with Component)
RF Antenna Input:
1
USB 2.0 Ports:
1
Audio Outputs:
Optical Digital, RCA Analog Stereo
OSD Language:
English, Spanish, French
Remote Control Model:
Certifications:
Compliance:
XRT020
CSA-US, CSA Canada, BET7/ICES-003 Class B, NOM, FCC Class B, Dolby Digital, HDMI (CEC, ARC)
Energy Star 6.1, NRCan, CONUEE, NOM-032
Voltage Range:
120 V @ 60 Hz
Power Consumption:
29.1 W
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B
D32h-C0
Standby Power:
< 0.5 W
Zero Bright Pixel Guarantee:
Yes
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C
Limited Warranty
ON PARTS AND LABOR
and set-up issues or any repairs attempted by anyone other than by a VIZIO
authorized service center. Products with unreadable or removed serial
numbers, or requiring routine maintenance are not covered. This one year
limited warranty does not cover Products sold “AS IS”, “FACTORY RECERTIFIED”,
or by a non-authorized reseller.
Covers units purchased as new in United States and Puerto Rico Only. VIZIO
provides a warranty to the original purchaser of a new Product against defects
in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year of non-commercial
usage and ninety (90) days of commercial use. If a Product covered by this
warranty is determined to be defective within the warranty period, VIZIO will
either repair or replace the Product at its sole option and discretion.
THERE ARE NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THOSE LISTED OR
DESCRIBED ABOVE. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, SHALL BE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE PERIOD OF TIME SET
FORTH ABOVE. VIZIO’S TOTAL LIABILITY FOR ANY AND ALL LOSSES AND
DAMAGES RESULTING FROM ANY CAUSE WHATSOEVER INCLUDING VIZIO’S
NEGLIGENCE, ALLEGED DAMAGE, OR DEFECTIVE GOODS, WHETHER SUCH
DEFECTS ARE DISCOVERABLE OR LATENT, SHALL IN NO EVENT EXCEED THE
PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT. VIZIO SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR
LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF INFORMATION OR DATA, COMMERCIAL LOSS, LOST
REVENUE OR LOST PROFITS, OR OTHER INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG
AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS OR THE EXCLUSION OF INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSIONS
MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL
RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS, WHICH VARY FROM STATE
TO STATE. THIS WARRANTY IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
To obtain warranty service, contact VIZIO Technical Support via e-mail:
TechSupport@VIZIO.com or via phone at 877 MY VIZIO (877.698.4946)
from 7:00AM to 11:00PM Monday through Friday and 9:00AM to
6:00PM Saturday and Sunday, Pacific Time, or visit www.VIZIO.com.
PRE-AUTHORIZATION MUST BE OBTAINED BEFORE SENDING ANY PRODUCT
TO A VIZIO SERVICE CENTER. Proof of purchase in the form of a purchase
receipt or copy thereof is required to show that a Product is within the
warranty period.
Parts and Labor
There will be no charge for parts or labor during the warranty period.
Replacement parts and Products may be new or recertified at VIZIO’s option
and sole discretion. Replacement parts and Products are warranted for
the remaining portion of the original warranty or for ninety (90) days from
warranty service or replacement, whichever is greater.
CHECK WWW.VIZIO.COM FOR THE MOST CURRENT VERSION.
Type of Service
Personal Data
Defective Products must be sent to a VIZIO service center to obtain
warranty service. VIZIO is not responsible for transportation costs to
the service center, but VIZIO will cover return shipping to the customer.
PRE-AUTHORIZATION IS REQUIRED BEFORE SENDING ANY PRODUCT TO A
VIZIO SERVICE CENTER FOR WARRANTY SERVICE.
Product returns to VIZIO’s service centers must utilize either the original
carton box and shipping material or packaging that affords an equal degree
of protection. VIZIO Technical Support will provide instructions for packing
and shipping the covered Product to the VIZIO service center.
If your VIZIO product is capable of storing personal data and other information,
ALL CONTENTS AND INFORMATION WILL BE DELETED IN THE COURSE OF
SOME IN-HOME AND ALL SHIP-IN WARRANTY SERVICE. If this occurs, your
product will be restored to you configured as originally purchased. You will
be responsible for restoring all applicable data and passwords. Recovery
and reinstallation of user data is not covered under this Limited Warranty.
In order to protect your personal information, VIZIO recommends that you
always clear all personal information from the unit before it is serviced,
regardless of the servicer.
Limitations and Exclusions
Zero Bright Pixel Defect Guarantee
VIZIO’s one-year limited warranty only covers defects in materials and
workmanship. This warranty does not cover, for example: cosmetic damage,
normal wear and tear, improper operation, improper voltage supply or
power surges, signal issues, damages from shipping, acts of God, any type
of customer misuse, modifications or adjustments, as well as installation
This policy covers “zero bright pixel” defects for the duration of the limited
“ONE YEAR WARRANTY” on select new product purchases. To determine if this
guarantee applies to your product, refer to the “DETAILS” tab of the model’s
product information page (www.VIZIO.com) or look for the “zero bright pixel”
guarantee on the box.
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D
Legal & Compliance
FCC Class B Radio Interference Statement
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
1. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that
to which the receiver is connected.
4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Notice
1. The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
2. Shielded interface cables and AC power cord, if any, must be used in
order to comply with the emission limits.
3. The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference
caused by unauthorized modification to this equipment. It is the
responsibilities of the user to correct such interference.
FCC Warning
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance with the FCC Rules could void the user’s authority to operate this
equipment.
Other
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