Magnavox 50ML8205D - 50" Hd Dlp™ Projection Tv Owner's Manual

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safety

symbols

CAUTION

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

DO NOT OPEN

WARNING:

To reduce the risk of electric shock, DO NOT remove cover or back.No user- serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.

This “bolt of lightning” indicates uninsulated material within your unit that may cause an electrical shock. For the safety of everyone in your household, please do not remove product covering.

The “exclamation point” calls attention to features for which your should read the enclosed literature closely to prevent operating and maintenance problems.

CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot, fully insert.

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Enter below the Serial No. which is located on the rear of the cabinet.

Retain this information for future reference.

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Important Safety Instructions

Read before Operating Equipment

1.

Read these instructions.

2.

Keep these instructions.

3.

Heed all warnings.

4.

Follow all instructions.

5.

Do not use this apparatus near water.

6.

Clean only with dry cloth.

7.

Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturers’ instructions.

8.

Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus including amplifiers) that produce heat.

9.

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.

10.

Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.

11.

Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.

12.

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.

13.

Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.

14.

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.

15.

This product may contain lead and mercury. Disposal if these materials may be regulated due to environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information, please contact your local authorities or the

Electronic Industries Alliance: www.eiae.org

16.

Damage Requiring Service - Service may be needed if any of the following situations have occurred:

A.

The power supply cord or the plug has been damaged; or

B.

Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the appliance; or

C.

The appliance has been exposed to rain; or

D.

The appliance does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance; or

E.

The appliance has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged.

17.

Title/Stability - All televisions must comply with recommended international global safety standards for tilt and stability properties of its cabinet design.

• Do not compromise these design standards by applying excessive pull force to the front, or top, of the cabinet which could ultimately overturn the product.

• Also, do not endanger yourself, or children, by placing electronic equipment/toys on the top of the cabinet. Such items could fall from the top of the set and cause product damage and/or personal injury.

18.

Power Lines - An outdoor antenna should be located away from power lines.

19.

Outdoor Antenna Grounding - If an outside antenna is connected to the receiver, be sure the antenna system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage sure and built up static charges. Section

810 of the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1984, provides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding connectors, location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode. See Figure below.

20.

Object and Liquid Entry - Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure through openings.

Warning: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, this apparatus should not be exposed to rain or moisture and objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should not be placed on this apparatus. i

Important Safety Instructions

21.

Battery Usage CAUTION - To prevent battery leakage that may result in bodily injury, property damage, or damage to the units:

• Install all batteries correctly, with + and - aligned as marked on the unit.

• Do not mix batteries (old and new or carbon and alkaline, etc.).

• Remove batteries when the unit is not used for a long time.

Note to the CATV system installer: This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer's attention to

Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

F EATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

Accessories ...................................... 1

I NSERTING R EMOTE C ONTROL B ATTERIES . 2

R EMOTE C ONTROL B UTTONS . . . . . . . . . 3

O VERVIEW OF THE TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Front Panel ....................................... 5

Front Panel Buttons and LEDs........ 5

Front Panel Connectors................. 7

Rear Panel ........................................ 8

M

AKING

C

ONNECTIONS

. . . . . . . . . . . 10

Connecting Headphones ................... 10

Connecting Cable TV/Antenna .......... 10

Connecting a VCR ........................... 11

Connecting a PVR............................ 12

Connecting a camera or game console 13

Connecting a Set-Top Box ................ 14

Connecting a DVD Player ................. 15

Connecting a DVD Player ................. 16

Connecting a PC.............................. 17

U SING THE TV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Turning on the TV ........................... 18

Turning off the TV........................... 18

Changing Input Source ..................... 19

Changing Channels .......................... 19

Adjusting Volume ............................ 19

U SING THE OSD MENUS . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Picture Menu .................................. 20

Sound Menu................................... 21

Size Menu ...................................... 22

PIP/PBP Menu................................. 23

Parental Control Menu ..................... 24

Movie Rating............................. 25

TV Rating ................................. 26

Channel Setup Menu ....................... 27

Channel Search ......................... 27

Favorite Channel List.................. 28

Setup Menu.................................... 28

Closed Caption Menu ................. 29

R

EPLACING THE

I

NTERNAL

L

AMP

. . . . . . . 31

T ROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

S PECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

MAGNAVOX LIMITED WARRANTY . . 34 iii

Features

F eat ur es

Congratulations on purchasing the MAGNAVOX 50-inch DLP Projection TV which is equipped with the latest DLP (Digital Light Processing) and brings razor sharp images and brilliant colors for your viewing enjoyment.

The MAGNAVOX 50ML8105D/17 has the following useful features:

Immersive entertainment experience

• High definition DLP HD4 technology with 1280 x 720p resolution

• Integrated digital TV tuner to receive and watch high definition broadcast programs

• Progressive scan for razor-sharp and flicker-free images

• 3D comb filter separates colors for a crisp image

Bigger experiences, less space

• Slim, lightweight design with 15.3 inches depth and 114lbs weight.

Advanced connectivity

• Latest HDMI connector, providing superior quality video

• 2x component video (YPbPr) input for high quality video

• D-sub/VGA PC connectivity enables you to use the TV as a PC monitor

One touch convenience

• SmartPicture and SmartSound provide optimized settings

• PIP (Picture In Picture) feature for watching two programs at the same time

Note

• Specifications are subject to change without notice.

Accessories

The following items are included with your TV. If any of the items appears to be missing or damaged, contact your nearest vendor.

• Power cord

• Remote control unit

• AAA battery x 2

• User manual (English / Spanish)

• Quick start guide

• Product Registration Card

1

Inserting Remote Control Batteries

I nsert in g R emo t e Co n tr ol B att er ies

Use the following procedure to insert batteries into the remote control before you start using it.

1.

The battery cover is on the back of the remote control. Slide the battery cover in the direction of the arrow to remove it.

2.

Insert the two AAA batteries provided in the package, with the polarity of the batteries matching the image in the battery compartment.

3.

Slide the battery cover in the direction of the arrow until it clicks and is secure.

2

Remo te Co n tro l Bu t to ns

Remote Control Buttons

INFO

SOUND

PIP SIZE

PIP/PBP

-

MENU

6

7

8

9

10

4

5

1

2

3

11

12

13

14

1 IR Filter: Transmits infra-red control signals to the TV.

2 Power: Press to turn power on/off.

3 Number buttons (0 ~ 9): Press to access a specific TV channel.

4 R (Recall): Press to switch to the previously viewed channel.

Note: When this button is pressed, you will be returned to the previously viewed channel in the same TV mode (analog or digital).

Analog 7 Analog 36 Digital 42

The recall button only returns you to channels of the same mode.

5 CH (Channel Selection): Press + to increase the channel number and – to decrease the channel.

6 CC (Closed Captioning): Press to turn

Closed Captioning off, on, or enable during mute.

7 OK: Press to activate or confirm menu choices.

8 Cursor Up, Down, Right, Left

( ): Press to navigate through the on-screen menu.

9 MENU: Press to display the TV’s on-screen menu or to turn it off.

10 FAVOR: Press repeatedly to view the favorite TV channels. Refer to “Favorite

Channel List” on page 28 for more information about how to edit the favorite channel list.

11 SIZE: Press to change the picture aspect ratio.

12 EPG (Electronic Program Guide): Press to display the EPG table (if available). Use arrow keys to navigate through the EPG.

The quality and accuracy of the information on the program guide and the information banner are transmitted from the broadcasters. You may see a difference in broadcast time if the broadcaster is from a different time zone.

13 SLEEP: Press to set the sleep timer feature to turn the TV off automatically.

14 FREEZE: Press to freeze the video image.

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Remote Control Buttons

15 INFO (Information): Press to show information about the current channel, closed caption availability, source, size ratio, SmartPicture

SmartSound, and so on.

The quality and accuracy of the information on the program guide and the information banner are transmitted from the broadcasters.

You may see a difference in broadcast time if the broadcaster is from a different time zone.

16 Dash key: Press to select additional digital and analog signals. For example, to select 51-2, press 5, 1, the dash key and then 2 to view the channel.

17 MTS (Multi-channel Television

System): Press to toggle through

TV audio modes in NTSC system.

18 VOL (Volume Adjustment): Press

+ to increase volume and – to reduce the volume.

19 MUTE: Press to disable sound.

Press again to restore sound.

20 Source Shortcut Keys (ATV,

DVI/HDMI, YPbPr, DTV, AV, SV,

VGA): Press to quickly switch between the various input sources.

21 SOUND: Press to activate the

SmartSound function and cycle through the SmartSound options.

22 PICTURE: Press to activate the

SmartPicture function and cycle through the SmartPicture options.

23 SOURCE: Press to select input source from the on-screen menu.

24 PIP (Picture in Picture)/PBP (Picture by Picture) Shortcut Keys (refer to

“PIP/PBP Menu” on page 23):

PIP/PBP: Enable or disable PIP or

PBP mode.

POSITION: Press to change the position of the PIP window.

SWAP: Swap images when using

PIP/PBP.

ACTIVE: Select an active PIP/PBP window.

PIP SIZE: Press to change the picture size of the PIP window.

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

INFO

SOUND

PIP SIZE

PIP/PBP

-

MENU

4

Overview of the TV

Overvi ew o f t he TV

The following sections help you to familiarize yourself with the components of your TV.

Refer to this section before you make any connections.

Front Panel

The control panel and indicator LEDs are on the front panel of the TV.

Front Panel Buttons and LEDs

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

3.

4.

1.

2.

5.

Component

MENU/EXIT

CHANNEL DOWN

Function

Enable or exit from on-screen display (OSD) menu.

Switch to previous channel.

CHANNEL UP

VOLUME DOWN

Switch to next channel.

Decrease volume.

VOLUME INCREASE Increase volume.

5

6.

7.

8.

Component

ENTER/SOURCE

POWER

Power indicator

9.

Lamp indicator

10.

Temperature indicator

11.

IR receiver

Overview of the TV

Function

• When OSD menu is enabled, confirm selection of menu item.

• When OSD menu is disabled, switch sequentially between all input sources.

Turn power on or off.

• Red: Stand-by

• Flashing red: System being cooled down

• The power indicator status on power on.

• Green: System powered on

• At power off, the LED flashes red/green for 10 seconds, flashes red for approximately 40 seconds and then turns red when the system is powered off.

Lamp failed (red)

Red: Internal temperature too high

Receive control signals from the remote control

6

Front Panel Connectors

Overview of the TV

S-Video

Video L R

3.

4.

1.

2.

Component

Headphone

S-Video

Video

Audio L/R

1 2 3 4

Function

Connect headphones to listen to audio.

Connect a device such as a camera, game console, or

DVD player to watch video.

Connect video device with composite video output such as a VCR.

Connect audio output of device here.

7

Rear Panel

Overview of the TV

Antenna in

Your TV is designed to accept and display a wide range of video programs and signal sources, including VCRs, DVD players, high definition (HD) TV devices, video game consoles, and regular TV broadcasts. The TV provides excellent quality picture and audio to provide a memorable viewing experience. The following table provides a sample of the various devices that can be connected to the connectors of the TV.

Input/Output

Analog AV1

AV2

AV7 (front panel)

Antenna In

Audio out

Example device

VCR (Video Casette Recorder)

PVR (Personal Video Recorder)

Game console or camera

Antenna

Audio amplifier system

Digital out and analog L and R out

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Input/Output

Digital AV3

AV4

AV5

AV6

Overview of the TV

Example device

Set-top box

DVD player or HD game console

HDMI device

PC or portable computer with VGA output

The following table describes the differences between connection types.

CONNECTION BASICS

BEST

HDMI

High-definition Multimedia Interface provides an uncompressed, all-digital audio/video connection. HDMI provides the ultimate connection.

BETTER

Component Video

GOOD

S-Video

Provides superior picture quality by separating the green, blue, and red luminance signals. Typically used with red/white audio cables.

Supplies a better picture than RF and

Composite connections. Used with red/white audio cables.

BASIC

Composite

Audio/Video

Separate video (yellow) and audio

(red/white) cables that provide a basic connection from the cable box or other devices.

Note: The color of audio inputs may differ, e.g. red/white or red/black.

BASIC

RF

Provides a basic connection for antenna or cable. Provides both audio and video.

9

Making Connections

Makin g C on n ecti on s

The following sections provide instructions on how to connect various audio/video devices to the TV. Take care to switch off all devices before making any connections.

Most video devices have different types of video connectors. The most common are composite video, component video (YPbPr), and S-video. Component video provides the best picture quality while S-video delivers medium picture quality. Composite video provides the lowest picture quality. The following sections provide various examples to illustrate how to connect different types of devices. Refer to the documentation provided with the device that you want to use for more information.

Connecting Headphones

To listen to audio, connect the headphones to the headphone jack provided on the front panel.

S-Video

Video L R

Connecting Cable TV/Antenna

To view High Definition local broadcasts, connect your outdoor or indoor antenna to the Antenna In input on the rear panel.

To view Analog Cable, connect your Cable TV to the Antenna In input on the rear panel.

Antenna in

10

Making Connections

Connecting a VCR

Follow these instructions to connect a VCR (Video Cassette Recorder) to the TV using the

AV1 input and watch your favorite movies.

1.

Connect the video output of the VCR to the V connector of the AV1 input using an

RCA cable. Alternatively, you can also connect it to the S-video connector of the AV1 input using an S-video cable.

2.

Connect the audio output (L/R) of the VCR to the audio jacks (L/R) of the AV1 input using RCA cables.

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Making Connections

Connecting a PVR

Follow these instructions to connect a PVR (Personal Video Recorder) to the TV using the

AV2 input.

1.

Connect the video output of the PVR to the S-video connector of the AV2 input using an S-video cable. Alternatively, you can also connect it to the V connector of the AV2 input using an RCA cable.

2.

Connect the audio output (L/R) of the PVR to the audio jacks (L/R) of the AV2 input using RCA cables.

12

Making Connections

Connecting a camera or game console

To connect a video game console or a camera to the display, you can use the AV connectors located on the front connector panel (AV7). Alternatively, you can also use the AV connectors located on the rear panel.

1.

Connect the video output of the camera or game console to the S-video connector on the front panel using an S-video cable. Alternatively, you can also connect it to the V connector using an RCA cable.

2.

Connect the audio output (L/R) of the camera or game console to the audio jacks (L/R) using RCA cables.

S-Video

Video L R

S-Video Video L R

13

Making Connections

Connecting a Set-Top Box

You can connect a set-top box (cable/satellite) to the TV as follows:

1.

Connect the video output of the set-top box to the component (YPbPr) video connectors of the AV3 input using RCA cables. Alternatively, you can also connect it to the V connector.

2.

Connect the audio output (L/R) of the set-top box to the audio jacks (L/R) using RCA cables.

14

Making Connections

Connecting a DVD Player

To connect a DVD player to the TV, do the following:

1.

Connect the video output of the DVD player to the V connector of the AV4 input using an RCA cable. Alternatively, you can also connect it to the component (YPbPr) connectors.

2.

Connect the audio output (L/R) of the DVD player to the audio jacks (L/R) using RCA cables.

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Making Connections

Connecting a DVD Player

To connect a DVD player to the TV using the HDMI input, connect the video output of the

DVD player to the HDMI connector of the AV5 input using an HDMI cable.

Note

• If you are using an DVI-to-HDMI cable, there will be no audio out.

Antenna in

16

Making Connections

Connecting a PC

Use the following procedure to connect a PC or portable computer to the TV to use it as the

PC’s monitor.

1.

Connect the VGA output of the PC to the VGA connector of the AV6 input using a

VGA cable.

2.

Connect the audio output (Audio out) of the PC to the audio jack of the AV6 input using an audio cable.

Antenna in

17

Using the TV

Usi n g th e T V

Turning on the TV

To switch on the TV, do the following:

1.

Connect the power cord to the TV as illustrated and plug the cord into a free wall outlet.

2.

Switch on the main power switch. Refer to the following illustration for the location of the main power switch.

Power switch

3.

Press the power button on the front panel or remote control to turn on the TV. The TV will turn on after warming up in approximately 30 seconds.

Notes

• If the remote control and control panel do not work, ensure that the power switch on the rear of the TV is set to ON.

• In extremely quiet surroundings, you may hear a slight hum, which comes from the cooling system of the set and is part of its normal operation.

Turning off the TV

To switch the TV off, press the power button on the front panel or remote control to turn off the TV. The screen turns blank immediately but it will take approximately 1 minute to cool down and then shut down the whole system.

Except in case of emergency, it is not recommended to use the main power switch to switch off the system. The lamp life may be severely reduced if the system is not allowed to cool down properly by abruptly shutting down the system using the main power switch.

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Using the TV

Notes

• Unless the TV is not going to be used for an extended period of time, the main power switch can be left in the ON position without consuming a lot of power.

• After you switch off the TV, the power LED flashes red/green for 10 seconds, flashes red for approximately 40 seconds and then turns red when the system is powered off. When the LED is flashing red, the TV is in its final cooling phase and the system will not respond to any commands from the remote control or front panel buttons. Wait until the power

LED stops flashing for about 1 minute before switching on the TV again.

Changing Input Source

After switching on the TV, select the appropriate input source using the front panel buttons or the remote control as follows:

• Press ATV , DVI/HDMI , YPbPr , DTV , AV , SV , or VGA on the remote control to switch to the respective input.

• Press the ENTER/SOURCE button on the front panel of the TV repeatedly to switch through all the input sources.

• Press SOURCE on the remote control to select the source from the on-screen menu. A list of input sources is displayed on the screen. Select the appropriate input using the cursor keys and press OK on the remote control to display the input signal.

EXIT

ATSC

AV1

AV2

AV3

Input Select

Analog TV

AV4

HDMI

VGA

Front

Changing Channels

Use one of the following methods to change channels:

• Press the channel up or down buttons on the front panel or the remote control to switch to the previous or next channel.

• Press the number keys on the remote control to directly key in a channel number.

Adjusting Volume

To adjust volume, do the following:

• Press the volume up or down buttons on the front panel or the remote control to increase or decrease the volume.

• Press the mute button (see page 4) to disable the volume. Press the button again to restore sound.

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Using the OSD menus

Usi n g th e O SD men us

The On-Screen Display (OSD) menus enable you to customize the TV’s audio, video, and other settings according to your preferences. Press the MENU button on the front panel or the remote control to view the OSD menu. Use the buttons to navigate through the menu items and press OK to select an option. Press the MENU button again to exit from the menu. Refer to the following sections to learn more about the various menu options.

Picture Menu

The picture menu enables you to adjust the picture to suit the type of program you are watching. The

SmartPicture item provides four preset options for the picture setting – Personal, Dynamic, Natural, and Cinema. You can also choose to manually adjust the picture settings such as brightness, contrast, saturation, etc. to suit your personal preference.

Main Menu

Picture

Sound

Size

PIP/PBP

Parental Control

Channel Setup

Setup

Exit

The following table describes the picture menu items.

SmartPicture

Brightness

Contrast

Sharpness

Temp.

Tint

Saturation

Back

Personal Dynamic Natural Cinema

50

50

7

Warm Normal Cool

50

50

Component

SmartPicture

Brightness

Contrast

Sharpness

Temp.

Tint

Saturation

Function

Provides four preset options to suit various types of programs.

Adjusts the total brightness of all colors.

Modifies the ratio between extremely dark and extremely light areas of the image.

Modifies the sharpness of the edges of the image.

Adjusts the color temperature or warmth of the image. An image with warm colors has more reddish hues.

Modifies the hue or dominant color of the image.

Adjusts the color intensity of the image.

Range / Options

Personal, Dynamic, Natural,

Cinema

0 ~ 100

0 ~ 100

0 ~ 15

Warm, Normal, Cool

0 ~ 100

0 ~ 100

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Using the OSD menus

Sound Menu

The sound menu helps you to adjust the audio settings to suit the type of program being viewed. The

SmartSound item provides four preset options for the audio quality –

Personal, Music, Cinema, and

Voice. You can also adjust the audio settings manually as required.

The following table describes the sound menu items.

Main Menu

Picture

Sound

Size

PIP/PBP

Parental Control

Channel Setup

Setup

Exit

SmartSound

Treble

Bass

MTS

Mute

Balance

Back

Personal Music Cinema Voice

Mono Stereo SAP

Off On

L R

50

50

50

Component

SmartSound

Treble

Bass

Function

Provides four preset options to suit various types of programs.

Adjusts amount of high-frequency components in the audio.

Adjusts amount of low-frequency components in the audio.

Sets the audio mode.

Range / Options

Personal, Music, Cinema, Voice

0 ~ 100

0 ~ 100

MTS

Mute Disables audio.

Balance Adjusts the sound balance between the left and right speakers.

† MTS is only available when the input signal is analog.

Mono, Stereo, SAP (Secondary

Audio Program)

Off, On

0 ~ 100

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Using the OSD menus

Size Menu

The size menu provides various options for the size or aspect ratio of the video display.

Main Menu

Picture

Sound

Size

PIP/PBP

Parental Control

Channel Setup

Setup

Exit

Normal

Super zoom

4:3

Movie expand 14:9

Movie expand 16:9

Subtitle zoom

Wide screen

Back

The following options are available:

Component

Normal

Super zoom

4:3

Function

The picture is enlarged to cover the entire screen area.

In Super zoom mode, the picture is expanded nonlinearly in the horizontal direction, and compressed nonlinearly in the vertical direction.

This format resizes the picture size to 960 x 720 pixels. Unused portions of the screen are left black.

Movie expand 14:9 Expand the picture to remove the black bars.

Movie expand 16:9 Expand the picture to remove the black bars.

Subtitle zoom

Wide screen

Zooms across the subtitle area.

This format is used to view feature films, with an aspect ratio of 1.77 : 1 .

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Using the OSD menus

PIP/PBP Menu

The PIP/PBP menu provides various options for the PIP and PBP modes.

The PIP mode helps you to watch one program on the full screen, and another program on a smaller pop-up window, which can be positioned in any of the four corners of the screen. The PBP function

Main Menu

Picture

Sound

Size

PIP/PBP

Parental Control

Channel Setup divides the viewing area into two halves, allowing the simultaneous viewing of two programs in windows placed side by side. Refer to

Setup

Exit the following table to learn about the various menu items:

Mode

PIP Position

PIP Size

Sound Source

Back

Single PIP PBP

Small Medium Large

Main Sub

Component

Mode

PIP Position

Function

Enables single, PIP, or PBP mode.

Sets the position of the PIP window in one of the four corners of the screen.

PIP Size Selects the size of the PIP window

Sound Source Selects the sound source to be outputted through the speakers.

Range / Options

Single, PIP, PBP

Top left, Top right, Bottom right,

Bottom left

Small, Medium, Large

Main, Sub

Refer to the following tables for PIP/PBP combinations:

Main

Component

VGA

DTV

HDMI

Sub window

S-Video

Composite

ATV

Sub window

Component

VGA

DTV

HDMI

Main

S-Video

Composite

ATV

For instance, if the main window displays the Component input signal, you can select the

S-video, Composite, or ATV inputs as the sub window.Similarly, if the main signal is the

Composite input, the sub window can display the Component, VGA, DTV, or HDMI inputs.

Notes

• You can also use the PIP/PBP, PIP SIZE, ACTIVE, SWAP, and POSITION buttons on the remote control to activate and control the PIP or PBP mode. See page 4.

• Use the SWAP button to switch programs between the main and secondary windows in

PIP/PBP mode.

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Using the OSD menus

Parental Control Menu

The parental control menu enables you to limit access to programs that may contain objectionable material or are not suitable for viewing by children. The default access code is

0711.

Main Menu

Picture

Sound

Size

PIP/PBP

Parental Control

Channel Setup

Setup

Exit

Lock Enable

Movie Rating

TV Rating

Change Code

Reset

Back

The following table provides details about the menu items:

Off On

Press Right to Enter

Press Right to Enter

Press New Code

Press Right to Enter

Component

Lock Enable

Movie Rating

Function

Enables the parental control lock. When enabled, channels with objectionable viewing content are blocked and can only be accessed with a password. You can block channels according to the movie or TV ratings of the channel’s programs.

Helps you block programs based on their movie ratings. See “Movie Rating” on page 25 for more details.

Range / Options

Off, On

TV Rating Helps you block programs based on their TV ratings. See “TV Rating” on page 26.

Change Code Changes the password for the parental control lock.

Reset Resets all channels and programs to their default factory settings.

Press the number keys to change the password.

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Using the OSD menus

Movie Rating

The movie rating provides a list of all the movie (MPAA) ratings. The locked ratings are indicated by the

icon. Press the arrow keys to select and the OK key to activate or de-activate the appropriate movie ratings. For instance, if you want to view programs that have only G,

PG, and PG-13 ratings, activate the parental lock for all other movie ratings. The following table provides more information about the movie ratings.

Main Menu

Movie Rating

Back

G PG PG-13

Movie Rating

G

PG

PG-13

R

NC-17

X

NR

R NC-17 X

Suitable for

General audience. No restriction.

Parental guidance.

Children under 13 should be accompanied by an adult.

Restricted. Viewers should be 17 or older.

Not classified. Viewers should be 17 or older.

Adults only.

Not rated.

NR

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Using the OSD menus

TV Rating

The movie rating provides a list of all the TV (FCC) ratings. The locked ratings are indicated by the icon.

Press the arrow keys to select and the OK key to activate or de-activate the appropriate TV ratings.

Main Menu

TV Rating

TV-Y TV-Y7 TV-G TV-PG TV-14 TV-MA Unrated

Back All

FV

For instance, if you want to view programs that have only TV-Y,

TV-Y7, and TV-G ratings, activate the parental lock for all other TV

V

S

L

D ratings. You can also block the program according to the TV (FCC) content. The following tables provides more information about the TV ratings and TV content categories.

TV Rating

TV-Y

TV-Y7

TV-G

TV-PG

TV-14

TV-MA

Unrated

Suitable for

Young children

Children of age 7 and over

General audience

Parental guidance

Viewers of age 14 and over

Mature audience

Not rated.

S

L

TV (FCC) Content

Category

V

Content

Violence

Sexual content

D

Offensive language

Dialog with sexual innuendo

FV Fantasy or cartoon violence

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Using the OSD menus

Channel Setup Menu

The channel setup menu helps you to configure and set up channels.You can set the tuner for signals from the antenna or a cable receiver, search for channels, and edit the favorite channels

Main Menu

Picture

Sound

Size

PIP/PBP

Parental Control

Channel Setup

Setup

Exit

Tuner Mode

Favorite Channel

Reset Channel

Antenna Cable

Channel Search Press right

Manual Search 30

Edit Press right

Back

.

Component

Tuner Mode

Channel Search

Manual Search

Function

Specifies antenna or cable input for the

Analog signal.

Specifies antenna input for the Digital signal.

Scans for channels automatically. See

“Channel Search” below.

Enables you to manually search for channels.

Favorite Channel Edits the favorite channel list. See “Favorite

Channel List” on page 28.

Reset Channel Clears all channels that were added to the channel list using the Channel Search feature. After using this function, use Channel

Search to rescan for channels.

† This selection is only available when the input signal is digital.

Range / Options

Antenna, Cable

2 ~ 69

Channel Search

Use this option to start scanning for channels automatically as follows:

1.

Select the Channel Search item from the channel setup menu and press to start scanning for channels automatically.

Scanning begins.

Auto Scanning

Antenna

RF Channel: 11

2.

Press OK at any time to stop scanning.

Major Number: 2

Digital signal auto scan OSD

Auto Scanning

Cable

RF Channel: 11

RF Channel: 11

Analog signal auto scan OSD

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Using the OSD menus

Favorite Channel List

You can set any channel as your favorite channel and view it quickly using the Favor button on the remote control. To set up your favorite channels, do the following:

1.

Select the Favorite Channel item from the chan-

Favorite Channel Edit nel setup menu and press to edit the favorite channel list.

Ch 10 Add Remove

Press Ok to Exit

2.

Press Channel +/– to select a channel.

3.

Use the / arrow keys to select Add to add the channel to the favorite channel list or Remove to remove a channel from the list.

4.

Press OK to confirm your selection.

Setup Menu

The setup menu provides various options to customize the TV’s settings.

Main Menu

Picture

Sound

Size

PIP/PBP

Parental Control

Channel Setup

Setup

Exit

OSD Hold Time

Language

Sleep Timer

Closed Caption

Time Zone

5s 10s

English

15s 20s

Español

25s 30s

Français

Off 15m 30m 60m 90m

Press Right to Enter

Atlantic Eastern Central

Pacific Alaska Hawaii

Mountain

Off On Daylight Saving

Back

The following table describes the menu items:

Component Function

OSD Hold Time Sets the idle time for which the OSD menu is displayed on the screen.

Language Sets the OSD menu language.

Range / Options

5s, 10s, 15s, 20s, 25s, 30s

English, Spanish, French

Off, 15m, 30m, 60m, 90m Sleep Timer Sets the time after which the display is switched off and enters standby mode.

Closed Caption Displays the closed caption menu. Refer to the following section for details.

Time Zone

Sets the time zone you are in.

Atlantic, Eastern, Central,

Mountain, Pacific, Alaska,

Hawaii

On, Off Daylight Saving Enables and disables daylight saving. When set to On, one hour is added to the time.

† This selection is only available when the input signal is digital.

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Using the OSD menus

Closed Caption Menu

The closed caption menu enables you to customize the closed captions according to your preference. Plain text messages can be viewed while viewing analog RF signals. Digital captions that can be customized for color, font size, opacity and other parameters are available with digital broadcast signals.

Main Menu

Closed Caption

Enable

Caption Mode

Back

Off On

CC1 CC2 CC3 CC4 TXT1 TXT2 TXT3 TXT4

Main Menu

Closed Caption

Enable

Caption Mode

Display Type

Font Type

Font Size

Pen Type

Closed caption menu (analog)

Off On

CC1 CC2

Service 1

CC3

Service 2

CC4 TXT1

Service 3

TXT2

Service 4

TXT3 TXT4

Service 5 Service 6

Author define

Default

User define

Serifmono Serif

Cursive SmallCaptial

Sanserifmono

Normal

Normal

Small Large

Italic Underline

Sanserif Casual

Main Menu

Closed Caption

Text Color

Text Opacity

Background Color

Background Opacity

Edge Type

Edge Color

Back

Black White Red

Solid Transparent

Green Blue Yellow Magneta

Translucent Flashing

Cyan

Black White Red Green Blue Yellow Magneta Cyan

Solid Transparent Translucent Flashing

None Raised Depressed Uniform Dropshadow

Black White Red Green Blue Yellow Magneta Cyan

Closed caption menu (digital)

The following table provides a description of the closed caption menu options in digital mode:

Component

Enable

Caption Mode

Display Type

Font Type

Font Size

Pen Type

Function

Enables closed captioning.

Selects a closed caption or service mode.

When User define is selected, the user can set the closed caption menu characteristics shown below Display Type. If Author define is selected, these items are unavailable.

Specifies a font.

Range / Options

On, Off

CC1 ~ CC4, TXT1 ~ TXT4,

Service 1 ~ Service 6

Author define, User define

Specifies the font size.

Selects a pen type.

Default, Serifmono, Serif, Sanserifmono, Sanserif, Casual, Cursive,

SmallCapital

Normal, Small, Large

Normal, Italic, Underline

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Component

Text Color

Text Opacity

Background Color

Background

Opacity

Edge Type

Edge Color

Using the OSD menus

Function

Selects text color.

Sets the opacity of the text.

Specifies a background color.

Sets the background opacity

Sets the font edge type.

Sets the font edge color.

Range / Options

Black, White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta, Cyan

Solid, Transparent, Translucent,

Flashing

Black, White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta, Cyan

Solid, Transparent, Translucent,

Flashing

None, Raised, Depressed, Uniform,

Dropshadow

Black, White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta, Cyan

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Replacing the Internal Lamp

Rep l aci n g th e I n tern al L amp

To order a replacement lamp, call the Magnavox Customer Care Center at 1-800-705-2000. A Magnavox associate will be happy to assist you.

The part number for the Magnavox replacement lamp is SP.L6502G001

Warning!

• Turn off the unit and unplug it before replacing the lamp

• Take care that no screws or other foreign metal objects fall into the display interior. Such items could cause fire or electrical shock.

• Do not remove the lamp except to replace it. Careless handling can cause injury or fire.

• Do not replace the lamp immediately after the display is turned off. The high temperature of the lamp could cause serious burns. Allow the lamp to cool down at least two hours after turning off the display

1.

Remove the front decorative cover.

2.

Unscrew and remove the protective cover from the lamp module.

3.

Loosen the three screws on the lamp unit and pull the lamp module out.

Note: These screws can be loosened but cannot be removed from the unit.

4.

Replace a new lamp module then screw back the three screws on the lamp unit.

5.

Replace the protective cover and tighten the screws.

6.

Replace the front decorative cover.

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Troubleshooting

Tro u bl esho o ti ng

Problem Item to check

No power • Check that the power cord is properly connected.

• Make sure the wall power outlet is working.

• Make sure the remote has batteries.

• If the remote control and control panel do not work, ensure that the power switch on the rear of the TV is set to ON.

Remote control not working • Replace the batteries

• Check that the batteries are inserted correctly

• Check that the remote control is close enough to the display

• Adjust the angle between the remote control and the display.

Picture is fuzzy • Check that the device generating the picture signal is operating properly.

• Check that you have set the display to receive the proper signal source.

No sound

Picture is unstable

Screen is blank

• Check to see if the Mute function is activated.

• Check the volume level.

• Check that the device generating the audio signal is properly connected to the display.

• Check that your video card is set within the allowable range.

• Contact the dealer where you purchased the display.

A buzzing sound comes from the speakers during display.

No image.

Temperature LED is red

• Check that the socket of the grounded hole is good.

Poor picture quality

Picture rolls vertically

• Check that the signal source is connected to the correct terminal.

• Turn off the TV set and allow it to cool down. If the LED still persists, contact the nearest service center.

• Try switching to another channel and see if the problem persists.

• Adjust the antenna.

• Check all cable connections.

• Adjust the antenna.

• Check all cable connections.

• If you are using a VCR, check the tracking.

• Lamp failed. Contact your nearest service center.

Lamp indicator LED red

There is a switch on the TV

Other

• Default is on.

• Contact the dealer, authorized service personnel, or the Magnavox help number provided here: 1-800-705-2000

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Specifications

Sp eci fi cati on s

Picture/Display

• Aspect ratio: wide screen 16:9

• Diagonal screen size: 50-inch

• Display technology: Digital Light Processing DLP™

HD4 with Smooth Picture

• Contrast ratio: 1500 :1

• Picture enhancement: Progressive scan, 3D comb filter, 3:2 pull down film-mode detection,

SmartPicture

• Viewing angle (vertical): 120 degree

• Viewing angle (horizontal): 160 degree

Connectivity

• Input 1: S-video & composite video + L/R audio

• Input 2: S-video & composite video + L/R audio

• Input 3: YPbPr & composite video + L/R audio

• Input 4: YPbPr & composite video + L/R audio

• Input 5: HDMI

• Input 6: PC/VGA (D-Sub 15pin + audio)

• Input 7 (front): S-video & composite video + L/R audio

• Output (front): earphones

• RF input: ATSC/NTSC combo tuner

• SPDIF coaxial digital audio output (ATSC only)

• Analog audio output (L/R)

Convenience

• Local controls: front panel keypad

• Ultra long lamp life: > 10,000 hours

• User manual in 2 languages: English (US) and

Spanish

• OSD menu in 3 languages: English (US), Spanish, and French

• Picture In Picture (PIP)

• Ease of use: SmartSound control, SmartPicture control

• Ease of installation: PLL digital tuning

• Child protection: Parental control, child lock

• Remote control type: RC-47SLO (RC-6)

Sound

• Output power (RMS): 2 x 15W

• Sound enhancement: SmartSound

Tuner reception/transmission

• TV system: NTSC, ATSC

• Aerial input: 75 Ohm F-type

• Video playback: NTSC

• Closed Caption function

Supported Display Resolution

• Computer formats:

– 640 x 480 60Hz

– 800 x 600 60Hz

– 1024 x 768 60Hz

– 1280 x 768 60Hz

• Video formats:

– 720p 60Hz

– 1080i 60Hz

– 480p 60Hz

– 480i 60Hz

Power

• Hot re-strike time: < 45s

• Power consumption: < 300W

• Standby power consumption: < 3W

• Power off power consumption: < 1W

• Mains power: AC 100-240V, 50-60Hz

Dimensions

• Product dimensions (WxDxH): 46.7in x 15.3in x

36.in

• Product weight: 114 lbs

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MAGNAVOX LIMITED WARRANTY

MA GNAV OX L I MIT E D WA RR ANT Y

One (1) Year Labor & One (1) Year Parts & One (1) Year Display Repair

MAGNAVOX

warrants this product against defect in material or workmanship, subject to any conditions set forth as follows:

PROOF OF PURCHASE:

You must have proof of the date of purchase to receive warranted repair on the product. A sales receipt or other document showing the product and the date that you purchased the product as well as the authorized retailer included, is considered such proof.

TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE IN THE U.S.A., PUERTO

RICO, OR U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS…

Contact Magnavox Customer Care Center at:

1-800-705-2000

COVERAGE:

(If this product is determined to be defective)

LABOR: For a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase,

Magnavox will repair or replace the product, at its option, at no charge, or pay the labor charges to any Magnavox authorized service center. After the period of one (1) year, Magnavox will no longer be responsible for charges incurred.

PARTS: For a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase,

Magnavox will supply, at no charge, new or rebuilt replacement parts in exchange for defective parts. Magnavox authorized service centers will provide removal and installation of the parts for one (1) year.

DISPLAY: For a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase, Magnavox will supply, at no charge, a new or rebuilt active display device in exchange for the defective display.

Magnavox authorized service centers will provide removal and installation of the parts under the specified labor warranty.

(PTV screens carry a thirty (30) day replacement warranty.)

TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE IN CANADA…

1-800-661-6162 (French Speaking)

1-800-705-2000 (English or Spanish Speaking)

REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS

WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR THE CON-

SUMER. MAGNAVOX SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY

INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR

BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON

THIS PRODUCT. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED

BY APPLICABLE LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MER-

CHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PUR-

POSE ON THIS PRODUCT IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO

THE DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY.

Some states do not allow the exclusions or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. In addition, if you enter into a service contract agreement with the Magnavox partnership within ninety (90) days of the date of sale, the limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts does not apply.

EXCLUDED FROM WARRANTY COVERAGE

Your warranty does not cover:

• Labor charges for installation or setup of the product, adjustment of customer controls on the product, and installation or repair of antenna systems outside of the product.

• Product repair and/or part replacement because of improper installation, connections to improper voltage supply, abuse, neglect, misuse, accident, unauthorized repair or other cause not within the control of Magnavox.

• A product that requires modification or adaptation to enable it to operate in any country other than the country for which it was designed, manufactured, approved and/or authorized, or repair of products damaged by these modifications.

• Damage occurring to product during shipping when improperly packaged or cost associated with packaging.

• Product lost in shipment and no signature verification of receipt can be provided.

• A product used for commercial or institutional purposes

(including but not limited to rental purposes).

• Products sold AS IS or RENEWED.

This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other rights which vary from state / province to state / province.

Magnavox, P. O. Box 671539, Marietta, GA. 30006-0026

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Model: Modelo: Modèle:

ST508105G/37

TV STAND - BASE PARA TV - STAND POUR LA TÉLÉ

!

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTE

IF ANY OF THE PARTS ARE MISSING OR DAMAGED, DO NOT

PROCEED WITH ASSEMBLY UNTIL YOU OBTAIN A

REPLACEMENT PART. FOR THE STAND TO FUNCTION SAFELY

OVER ITS LIFETIME, ALL PARTS MUST BE ASSEMBLED IN

ACCORDANCE WITH THESE INSTRUCTIONS. FAILURE TO

DO SO MAY LEAD TO STAND AND T V COLLAPSE AND SERIOUS

PERSONAL INJURY. WHEN SCREWING CONNECTORS, DO NOT

STRIP THE THREADS AS THAT MAY CAUSE THE STAND TO

COLLAPSE WHEN BEING MOVED.

!

REMARQUE DE SÉCURITE

IMPORTANTE

SI TOUTE PIÈCE EST MANQUANTE OU DÉFECTUEUSE, NE PAS

PROCÉDER À L’ASSEMBLAGE JUSQU’À CE QUE L’ON OBTIENNE

UNE PIÈCE DE RECHANGE. POUR QUE LA BASE SOIT

SÉCURITAIRE LONGTEMPS, TOUTES LES PIÈCES DOIVENT

ÊTRE ASSMEBLÉES CONFORMÉMENT AUX INSTRUCTIONS. SI

CELA N’EST PAS FIAT. LE TÉLÉVISEUR PEUT TOMBER ET

CAUSER DE BLESSURES. AU MOMENT DE VISSER LES

CONNECTEURS, NE PAS ABÎMER LES FILETS CAR CELA PEUT

FAIRE AFFAISSER LA BASE SE ELLE EST DÉPLACÉE.

!

NOTA IMPORTANTE DE

SEGURIDAD

SI ALGUNA PIEZA FALTA O ESTA DAÑADA, NO INICIE EL

ENSAMBLE HASTA OBTENER LAS PIEZAS DE REEMPLAZO.

PARA QUE LA BASE FUNCIONE SIN PROBLEMAS DURANTE

SU VIDA ÚTIL, TODAS LAS PIEZAS DEBERÁN SER ENSAMBLADAS

DE ACUERDO A ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES. EN CASO CONTRARIO

LA BASE Y LA TELEVISIÓN PUEDEN COLAPSARSE Y PROVOCAR

LESIONES SERIAS. EVITE APLICAR DEMASIADA FUERZA AL

ATORNILLAR Y DAÑAR LA ROSCA DE LOS TORNILLOS, ESTO

PODRÍA CAUSAR QUE LA BASE SE DESARME CUANDO

SE MUEVA.

HOW TO CLEAN

METODO DE LIMPIEZA

NETTOYAGE

washing detergent and water. Clean unit allowing to air dry. A household window cleaner may be used on the glass shelves.

Para limpiar las piezas acabadas, humedezca un trapo con una ligera solución de detergente y agua. Limpie la unidad y permita que se seque al aire.

Una solución comercial para limpiar vidrio se podria utilizar para limpiar la repisa de vidrio.

d’eau et de dètergent à vaisselle. Nettoyer la base, puis laisser sécher

à l’air. Un nettoyant à vitres peut être utilisé sur les tablettes en verre.

PART NUMBER 1967627 REV

-1-

PARTS INCLUDED PARTES INCLUIDAS PIÈCES ONT INCLUSES

DESCRIPTION

DESCRIPCIÓN

DESCRIPTION

CONFIRMIT BOLT

TORNILLO CONFIRMIT

CONFIRMIT BOULON

MACHINE SCREWS

TORNILLO

VIS

A

B

#

24

3

PART NUMBER

NUMERO DE PARTE

NUMÉRO DE LA PIÈCE

1014200

1548491

TOP/BOTTOM PANEL

PANEL SUPERIOR / INFERIOR

PANNEAU INFÉRIEUR / SUPÉRIEUR

BACK POST

PANEL TRASERO

PANNEAU POSTERIEUR

GLASS SHELF

ESTANTE DE VIDRIO

TABLETTE EN VERRE

VERTICAL POST

POSTE VERTICAL

POSTE VERTICALE

SHELF SUPPORT

SOPORTE PARA ESTANTE

APPUI D’ÉTAGÈRE

RUBBER FOOT

PIE DE GOMA

PIED DE GOMME

TACK GLIDE

TACÓN DE PLASTICO

PIED EN PLASTIQUE

SAFETY STRAP

CORREA DE SEGURIDAD

ATTACHE DE SURETE

SELF ADHESIVE CAPS

TAPA ADHESIVA

ADHESIF TOIT

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

2

2

1

4

2

2

5

1

12

1968008

1968010

1968011

1968009

1008599

1007245

1645487

1042933

1833213

TOOLS NEEDED FOR ASSEMBLY

HERRAMIENTAS PARA ENSAMBLE

OUTILS NÉCESSAIRES POUR L’ASSEMBLAGE

HAMMER (OPTIONAL)

MARTILLO (OPCIONAL)

MARTEAU (OPTIONNEL)

PHILIPS SCREW DRIVER

DESARMADOR DE CRUZ

TOURNEVIS PHILLIPS

This symbol means screw and tie (clockwise)

Este símbolo signifi ca atornille y apriete (en sentido de las manecillas del reloj)

Celui-ci symbole signifi e vis et cravate (en sens des manetons de l’horloge)

-2-

G

2x

1

F

2x

I

5x

2

3

F

2x

Without Dowel Pin G

Sin perno G

Sans boulon G

C

C

Unpainted side

Lado no pintado

No au sommet- peint

A

4x

-3-

4

F

2x

With Dowel Pin G

Con perno G

Avec boulon G

Marker hole should be lower than the notch.

La perforación debe ir mas abajo que la muesca

Le perforation doit bas aller plus que le entaille

5

D

2x

-4-

A

4x

A

4x

6

A

12x

Painted side

K 12x

E

C

7

-5-

8

B

2x

H

2x

9

Back of TV stand

Parte trasera de la base para TV

Partie arrière du stand de TV

Back of TV

Parte trasera de la TV

Partie arrière de la TV

B

-6-

J

LIMITED WARANTY

Cabinet Factory warrants this product against defects in material or workmanship. Subject to any conditions set forth as follows:

1. This warranty is expressly limited to the replacement of Cabinet Factory stand parts and components.

2. For a period of 90 days from date of original purchase, Cabinet Factory will supply parts that are determined to be defective or missing, at no charge, to the original purchaser. After the warranty period, you will be charged for all orders.

This warranty does not cover damages, which occur in shipment or failures due to acts of God, accident, misuse, abuse, negligence, faulty installation, misapplication, setup, improper maintenance, commercial use, or modifi cation of, or to any part of the product. This warranty does not cover Products sold AS IS or WITH ALL FAULTS. This warranty is valid only in the United States and Canada. Proof of purchase in the form of a bill of sale or receipted invoice, which is evidence that the unit is within the warranty period, must be presented to obtain the replacement parts.

REPLACEMENT PARTS AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY ARE THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF THE CONSUMER. Cabinet Factory

SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY

ON THE PRODUCT. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR

FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THIS PRODUCT IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY.

Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specifi c legal rights, and you may have other rights, which vary from state to state. In order to obtain replacement parts, you must provide PROOF OF PURCHASE and complete the information on the order form.

GARANTÍA LIMITADA

Cabinet Factory garantiza este producto contra defectos en materiales o en mano de obra. Sujeto a todas las condiciones presentadas a continuación:

1. Esta garantía está limitada expresamente al reemplazo de partes y componentes para la base de TV Cabinet Factory

2. Por un período de 90 días de la fecha de la compra original, Cabinet Factory suministrará las partes defectuosas o faltantes, sin costo alguno, al comprador original. Después del período de garantía, se cobrarán todas las órdenes.

Esta garantía no cubre daños que ocurran durante el transporte o por fallas debido a desastres naturales, accidentes, mal uso, abuso, negligencia, instalación defectuosa, uso incorrecto, mantenimiento incorrecto, uso comercial o por modifi caciones hechas a cualquier parte del producto. Esta garantía no cubre los productos vendidos TAL Y COMO ÉSTA o CON TODAS LA FALLAS. Esta garantía sólo es válida en los

Estado Unidos y Canadá. Debe presentarse un comprobante de compra, como factura o nota de venta, como evidencia que la unidad se encuentra dentro del período de garantía para obtener refacciones o repuestos. LAS PARTES DE REPUESTO SUBMINISTRADAS BAJO

ESTA GARANTÍA SON LA ÚNICA COMPENSACIÓN PARA EL CONSUMIDOR. Cabinet Factory NO SERÁ RESPONSABLE DE NINGÚN

DAÑO INCIDENTAL O POR NINGUNA CONSECUENCIA POR LA VIOLACIÓN DE CUALQUIER GARANTÍA EXPRESA O IMPLÍCITA EN EL

PRODUCTO, EXCEPTO DE POR LAS EXTENSIONES PROHIBIDAS POR LAS LEYES APLICABLES. CUALQUIER GARANTÍA

COMERCIAL IMPLÍCITA PARA UN PROPÓSITO PARTICULAR EN ESTE PRODUCTO SE LIMITA LA DURACIÓN DE ESTA GARANTÍA.

Algunos estados no permiten la exclusión o los limites por daños incidentales o consecuenciales, ni permiten limites sobre el tiempo que dure una garantía implícita, de modo que los limites o exclusiones mencionados anteriormente pueden no aplicar a usted. Esta garantía le ofrece derechos legales específi cos, y usted pondría tener otros derechos que varían de estado a estado. Para obtener partes de repuesto, deberá proporcionar un COMPROBANTE DE COMPRA y llenar la información en esta tarjeta de garantía. Envíela por fax o por correo a:

GARANTIE LIMITÉE

Cabinet Factory garantit ce produit contre toutes défi ciences matériels ou erreur de fabrication soumis à les conditions suivantes.

1. Cette garantie est limitée au remplacement de pièces Cabinet Factory et à ses components

2. Pour une période de 90 jours de la date d’achat original, Cabinet Factory fournira les pièces défectueuses ou manquantes gratuitement au acheteur original. Après la période de garantie, toute commande sera facturée.

Cette garantie ne comprendre pas dommages qui survient durant le transport liées au accidents ou phénomènes naturelles, mauvaise utilisation, abuse, négligence, mauvaise installation, mauvaise application, démarrage, mauvais maintenance ou modifi cation du produit ou de parties du produit. Cette garantie ne couvre pas les produits vendus “DANS L’ETAT QU’ ILS ETAIT”. Cette garanti est valable seulement aux États Unis et au Canada. La prouve d’achat sur forme de ticket de caisse ou récépissé, ce qui montre l’évidence que le produit est dans le période de garantie, doit être présenté pour l’obtention des pièces à remplacer. LES PIECES DE REMPLACEMENT, COMME CETTE GARANTIE LE SIGNALE,

SONT SOUS LA RESPONSABILITE DU CONSUMATEUR. Cabinet Factory NE SERA PAS RESPONSABLE DES DOMMAGES CAUSEES

POUR LA VIOLATION EXPLICITE OU IMPLICITE DE CETTE GARANTIE SUR LE PRODUIT, SAUF EN CAS D’INTERDICTION D’UTILISATION

PAR LA LOI APPLICABLE. LA GARANTIE DE COMMERCIALISATION POUR CE PRODUIT EST LIMITEE A LA DURATION DE CETTE

GARANTIE. Certains provinces ne permet pas l’exclusion ou limitation de dommages, ou permettent limitations pour le période garantit, alors les limitations ci-dessous ou exclussions peut être ne sont pas applicables a vous. Cette garantie vous donne des droits spécifi ques et vous pouvez avoir autres droits qui changent selon la provence. Pour l’obtention des pièces détachées, vous devrez présenter la preuve d’achat et compléter l’information de demander la forme.

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SERVICEABLE PART ORDER FORM

Name

Nombre

Nom

Address

Domicilio

Adresse

City

Ciudad

Ville

State

Estado

Prov

Zip code

Código Postal

Code Postal

Phone

Teléfono

Tél

Fax or mail these to:

Envíela por fax o por correo a: nvoyez UN fax ou émail à:

Cabinet Factory

1255 W. Christmas Boulevard

Santa Claus, IN 47579

800-892-0128

Fax 812-937-3200

Part

Parte

Pièce

Model :

Cust :

00000000

MFG DATE

Part Number

No. de Parte

No. de pièce

1014200

Descrption

Descripción

Description

CONFIRMIT BOLT

TORNILLO CONFIRMIT

CONFIRMIT BOULON

1548491

MACHINE SCREWS

TORNILLO

VIS

1968008

TOP/BOTTOM PANEL

PANEL SUPERIOR / INFERIOR

PANNEAU INFÉRIEUR / SU-

PÉRIEUR

1968010

BACK POST

PANEL TRASERO

PANNEAU POSTERIEUR

1968011

GLASS SHELF

ESTANTE DE VIDRIO

TABLETTE EN VERRE

1968009

VERTICAL POST

POSTE VERTICAL

POSTE VERTICALE

1008599

SHELF SUPPORT

SOPORTE PARA ESTANTE

APPUI D’ÉTAGÈRE

1007245

RUBBER FOOT

PIE DE GOMA

PIED DE GOMME

1645487

TACK GLIDE

TACÓN DE PLASTICO

PIED EN PLASTIQUE

1042933

1833213

SAFETY STRAP

CORREA DE SEGURIDAD

ATTACHE DE SURETE

SELF ADHESIVE CAPS

TAPA ADHESIVA

ADHESIF TOIT

Quantity

Cantida

Quantité

Serial Number

Additional Serial Tag located on Stand

Una etiqueta adicional con numero de serie se localiza en la base para TV

Un étiquette additionnelle avec numéro de série est localisée dans la stand pour TV

Reason

Motivo

Raison

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