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42WLU530HID

Operating Instructions

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

1.Important Information ...............................................................

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1.1-Cleaningthe screen and cabinet..........................................................

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1.2-Disposingof your TV at the end of service life... ...................................

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1.3-Superiorfeatures of your integrated digital television ............................

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1.4-Receivingdigital broadcasting channels...............................................

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1.5-Changingthe plug..................................................................................

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2.Features of your new television ..............................................

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2.1-SpecialFeatures ..................................................................................

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3.Important Safety Instructions...................................................

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4.Start.............................................................................................

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4.1-Aerialconnection .................................................................................

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4.2-Poweringon your TV and the initial use................................................

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4.3-Batteries ..............................................................................................

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5.Your new television ...................................................................

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5.1-TVControl Panel..................................................................................

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5.2-Rearand Side External Connections....................................................

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5.3-RemoteControl ...................................................................................

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6.Performing the initial power-onsettings.................................

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6.1-TVcontrols ..........................................................................................

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6.2-Turningon the TV and Setting the Channels ........................................

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6.3-PerformingDigital Tuning .....................................................................

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6.4-PerformingAnalogue Tuning ...............................................................

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7.Settings of Your New Television ..............................................

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7.1- Sound Menu Settings .........................................................................

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7.2-PictureMenu Settings..........................................................................

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7.3-FeaturesMenu Settings .......................................................................

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7.4-Otherpicture features ..........................................................................

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8.Teletext(Analogue).....................................................................

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9.External equipment connection ...............................................

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9.1-Connectiontypes for external devices..................................................

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9.2-PCMode .............................................................................................

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9.3-Connectinga video recorder device and a digital satellite receiver........

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10.Help and tips ............................................................................

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11.Technical specifications chart................................................

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12.MAIN UK TRANSMITTER STATIONS .....................................

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13.Guarantee and Service ......................................................

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1 Important Information

LCD panels are produced with state-of-the-arttechnology. However, there may be missing or lit spots on the screen under certain circumstances. That does not mean that the product is faulty.

1.1-Cleaningthe screen and cabinet...

After powering off, wipe the screen and the cabinet clean with a soft and dry cloth. We recommend that you do not use patented polishes or solvents on the screen or cabinet since they may cause damage.

1.2-Disposingof your TV at the end of service life...

The cold cathode fluorescent lamp found in your LCD screen contains a very small amount of mercury. Once your TV reaches the end of its useful life, please dispose of it in accordance with local government regulations or leave it at a recycling centre.

1.3-Superiorfeatures of your integrated digital television

This television can receive and process all analogue and digital broadcasts. This television set has an integrated digital and analogue receiver. The digital receiver unit processes the signals coming from digital transmitters and converts them into superior sound and image quality. TV Guide (valid for digital broadcasts only) informs you about changes in the program list briefly and provides program lists of all digital broadcasts for a number of forthcoming days. You can display detailed information about each program by pressing a single button if this feature is supported by the broadcaster. This television has a comprehensive and user friendly menu configuration.

1.4-Receivingdigital broadcasting channels

You will need an outdoor aerial to receive digital broadcasts. Contrary to the analogue broadcasts, all digital broadcasts may not have their own transmission frequency. Instead, various digital broadcasts channels are gathered in regional or national groups called bouquets. You can find current transmission data from teletexts of various broadcasters or from TV guide or from the internet.

Note:

HD Signals must be connected to the HDMI or component (YPbPr) inputs. See page 8 for external connections.

You should check your postcode to make sure that you are in a freeview coverage area.(www.freeview.co.uk)

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1.5-Changingthe plug

The supplied mains cable already has a mains plug fitted, however should you need to replace it at any time please refer to the appropriatte wiring information below for your particular cable.

IMPORTANT

As the colours in the mains lead of this

 

appliance may not correspond with

The wires in the mains lead are coloured

the coloured markings identifying the

in accordance with the following code:

terminals in your plug, proceed

Blue - Neutral

as follows:

Brown - Live

The wire which is coloured blue or

 

black must be connected to the

 

terminal which is marked with the

5 A

letter N or coloured black.

The wire which is coloured brown or red must be

 

connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter

 

L or coloured Red.

 

No connection is to be made to the Earth terminal of the

 

plug.

 

If a 13 Amp (BS1363) Plug is used, fit an ASTA

 

apporoved 5 A fuse

 

If your product is fitted with a moulded plug which

BLUE

requires replacement please cut off and dispose of it

(Neutral)

safely, then rewire as shown in the diagram to the left.

 

 

 

 

IMPORTANT

As the colours in the mains lead of this

 

appliance may not correspond with the coloured

The wires in the mains lead are coloured

markings identifying the terminals in your plug,

in accordance with the following code:

proceed as follows:

Blue - Neutral

The wire which is coloured green and yellow must

Brown - Live

be connected to the terminal which is marked with

Yellow/Green - Earth

the letter E, or by the earth symbol, or coloured

 

green or green and yellow.

5 A

The wire which is coloured blue or black must be

connected to the terminal which is marked with the

 

letter N or coloured Black.

 

The wire which is coloured brown or red must be

 

connected to the terminal which is marked with the

 

letter L or coloured Red.

 

If a 13 Amp (BS1363) Plug is used fit an ASTA

 

approved 5 Amp fuse.

 

If your product is fitted with a moulded plug which

 

requires replacement please cut off and dispose of it

 

safely, then rewire as shown in the diagram to the left.

 

 

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2 Features of your new television

Thank you for buying this television which is designed to give you many years of satisfactory service. You may already be familiar with using a television but do please take time to read these instructions. They are designed to familiarise you with the tv’s many new features and to ensure you get the vary best out of your purchase.

2.1-SpecialFeatures

Compatible with cable broadcasts

Wide angle of vision

PIP (Picture in Picture) from AV

Scart socket, AV Socket and external sound system connection

S-VHSand Phono inputs forS-Videoconnection

PC connection

Low energy consumption

AVL

SRS TruSurround sound (*)

Dynamic bass (*)

Programmable power on

Programmable power off

250 pages Teletext (Analogue mode)

Fastext , Toptext (*)

Graphic equalizer

Sharpness feature in Color Transitions (CTI)

Sharpness feature and picture resolution (LTI) in black-whitetransitions

A clearer Picture made possible with a Digital Comb Filter

Active Contrast (*)

On-screenviewing of all settings, program numbers and all operations.

Manual Fine Tuning

100 Analogue Program memory

1000 Digital channel memory

Infrared remote control equipped with all functions

Parental Control

Panel Lock

Ability to watch NTSC video playback through Scart input

Easy performance of the processes with the advanced menu system

4:3, 16:9, 14:9 Letterbox(*), Subtitle(*) and Panorama(*) picture formats

8-dayEPG (Electronic ProgramGuide)-Digitalmode only

MHEG 1.06

Automatic new channel search feature

Software upgrade by over air transmission

List of 6 favorite channels in digital mode

CI slot input

HDMI connection

HDCP feature

HD-Ready

HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-DefinitionMultimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.

(*): These features are optional and they are not available on all models.

Cover a table with a soft towel (or other protection to prevent damage to the TV or table)

Carefully lay the T.V. front down on the table

position the T.V. table stand so that it hangs over the edge of the table

Remove the screws that hold the stand to the T.V.

Remove the stand.

Attach any new brackets before lifting T.V. back up.

Note: Keep removed stand and screws safely for future use.

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3 Important Safety Instructions

This symbol is used to warn the user about the “dangerous voltage” contained inside the TV that may create a risk of electrical shock.

This symbol is used to remind the user important usage and service instructions supplied with the TV.

1)Please READ the operating instructions before using

the TV for the first time.

MANUAL

2) Please observe the

 

instructions contained in

 

the Operating Instructions.

 

3)Please consider all warnings.

4)MAKE SURE that all

power connections (extension cables and the connections between the external equipment) have been made properly and

in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Before making or changing the connections, power off the TV and unplug the mains connection plug.

5)If you have any doubts regarding the installation, operation or safety of the TV, please REFER to the retailer.

6)BE CAREFUL with glass panels and covers on the TV. The screen glass may break and cause serious injuries if something hits it.

7)To ensure adequate ventilation, please leave a clearance area of at least 10 cm around the television. This clearance prevents the TV from overheating and

consequently causing damage.

Using the TV in dusty environments should also be avoided.

Never block the slots and openings by placing the TV on a bed, sofa, pillow or other similar surfaces.

Never install the TV into closed places such as bookcases or cabinets unless adequate ventilation is provided.

8) DO NOT COVER theventilation openingsof the TV with itemssuch as newspapers,table-clothes,curtains,etc. Overheating causes damage and shortens the service life of the TV.

9) Your TV may be damaged

if you place it under direct sunshine or close to a heater. Please abstain from using the TV in very hot or humid locations

or in places where the temperature is likely to decrease below 5°C (41°F). DO NOT PLACE on or near the TV any hot objects or items with open flame such as candles or any night lamps. The high temperature can melt plastic parts and cause a fire.

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10) Never operate your

TV close to water. Operating your TV, for example, near a bathtub, washbasin,

wet basement and swimming pool can cause fire or electric shock.

Do not allow your TV

to get wet. Never pour

any liquids onto the TV. Do not operateyour TV if any solid orliquid substance enters into it. This can

cause electric shock and your TV may be damaged. Have it checked immediately by qualified personnel.

• Keep open flame sources (such as candles) away from your TV in order to avoid risk of fire.

11)DO NOT USE headphones at extremely

high volume levels since this may cause permanent loss of hearing.

12) Operate your TV only

in the 230 V 50Hz voltage range. Use the mains lead supplied with the TV. If your TV

is a grounded (Class I)

product, then it must be connected to an earthed socket.

The socket into which you plug in the AC mains cable must be within easy reach.

Unplug the your TV in order to disconnect it from the mains power.

Note: Do not use defective sockets. Make sure that the plug is firmly inserted into the socket. If the plug remains loose, then it can cause fire due to arcing. Refer to an electrician to have your socket replaced.

13) Make sure that the mains

lead is not stepped on and that there is no bendingat the plug sections, plugheads and TV output point.

14)Use only the accessories specified by the manufacturer.

15)Use only, brackets or stands specified by the manufacturer or sold along with the TV. Place your TV on a level surface.

16)Unplug the mains lead cable

during thunderstorms or when you will not use your TV for a long period of time.

17)Consult authorised service personnel for

service requirements. Never attempt torepair the TV yourself.Opening the cabinet

can expose you to dangerous voltages or other hazardous situations. Service is required in situations such as damage to the mains lead of the TV or its plug, water spills or substances falling into the TV, the TV is subjected to rain or moisture, it does not operate normally or it is dropped.

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18) Wipe the TV cabinet

clean with a soft and dry cloth. Wipe dust from the screen gently with a soft cloth. Stubborn stains

can be cleaned with a cloth slightly moistened

with soap and lukewarm water. Never use solvents such as thinner or gasoline for cleaning. Unplug the AC mains lead from the socket when cleaning the TV. Otherwise, there is the risk of electric shock.

19) Do not dispose of the batteries in a fire..

• Do not short circuit, dismantle or overheat the batteries. There is the

risk of explosion if the

batteries are not replaced correctly. Replace only with the same or equivalent type batteries.

20) Disposing of the exhausted batteries:

Dispose of the exhausted

batteries in accordance with the local laws and regulations in order to protect our environment.

21) Do not dispose of your TV with regular household waste. Observe local laws and regulations for disposal.

Note 1: This is a Class A product. During operation, the TV can cause radio interference. In this case the user may have to remedy this. Please contact your specialist dealer.

Note 2: Electromagnetic fields can cause temporary performance degradation. This can be distinguished as noise in the image.

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4Start

Remove your television carefully from its box. You can keep the packaging of your television to use in future.

Items supplied with your television:

Instruction Manual Mains lead Remote control 2 Batteries

Note: Scart, HDMI, VGA and PHONO cables are not supplied with the device.

4.1-Aerialconnection

If you use a 75 Ohm coaxial cable (round cable) as an aerial cable, connect the aerial plug directly to the aerial input located on the TV.

Motorized vehicles, energy lines and telecommunication lines affect your aerial. Therefore, be careful to install your aerial away from these and metal surface in such a way that it shall not move. Do not make your aerial cable longer than required and do not coil it. Make sure that it is not crimped passing through a window or door. Your aerial and cable might be affected by natural phenomena such as rain, wind, smoke and humidity over time. Periodically check your

aerial and equipment.

4.2-Poweringon your TV and the initial use

1.Insert the mains lead into the power supply input located on the back panel of the LCD TV.

2.Insert the mains lead plug supplied with the TV into the mains socket.

Note1:Your TV does not have a seperate on/off switch, therefore to switch the power completely off (i.e. not on standby), switch

off or unplug the TV at the mains socket.

Note2: Your TV is equipped to operate with TV buttons in case your R/C is broken or the batteries are exhausted.

3. Press the power on/off button located on the LCD TV.

4. To power on your television, press any numerical key orPR+

or PR- keys on the remote control. For this process, you can also use the buttons on your TV. The picture will appear on the screen after a short while.

Note: If you are not going to use your television for a long time, unplug its mains lead from the socket.

Initial power on and performing settings

To set up your television, read the sections on the TV controls and making the channel settings.

4.3-Batteries

Open the lid of the battery compartment and make sure that you have placed the batteries in the correct direction. For this remote control, UM-4,IEC R03 or AAA 1.5 V batteries are suitable.

Do not throw your old batteries into the fire, discard them in a dedicated waste area for this purpose.

Do not mix used batteries with new ones or different types of batteries together.

The performance of the remote control will be reduced at a distance of 8 meters from or at an angle of 30 degrees beyond the centre of the TV.

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5 Your new television

5.1-TVControl Panel

or

Program Down/Up button

oror

Menu button / Source selection button

oror

On-Off /Standby button

or

Volume Level Down/Up button

Stand by indicator

Bright light: TV is inStand-by

Dimmed light: TV is On

No light: Power Cable is not connected.

5.2-Rearand Side External Connections

or

1-Powerinput

11-Componentvideo input (Pr)

2-AV1scart

12-Componentaudio input (L)

3-AV2scart

13-Componentaudio input (R)

4-Aerialinput

14-SPDIFDigital audio output

5-S-VHSinput

15-HDMI1 input

6- Video input PHONO connector

16-HDMI2 input

7-Soundoutput PHONO connector (Left/L)

17-VGA(PC connection input)

8-Soundoutput PHONO connector (Right/R)

18-PCaudio input

9-Componentvideo input (Y)

19-StereoHeadphone socket

10-Componentvideo input (Pb)

20-CIslot input

Note: Above drawing for external connections is representational. Their order and places on your TV may be different.

Please see Technical Specifications Table on page 30 for the available external connections on your television.

• Please do not use the video Phono and S-Videoconnection simultaneously, otherwise these two devices might influence the picture quality of one another.

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