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    1 Contents Contents Caution Safety Information Unit and Accessories Product Feature Introduction 1. Front View 2. Rear View 4. Remote Control Basic Operation OSD Menu 1. Picture menu 2. Sound menu 3. Channel menu 4. Parental Control menu 5. Setup menu 6. Others menu Simple T roubleshooting 2 3 4 4 5-9 5 6 8-9 12 First Time Installation 10-11 13-21 [...]

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    2 Caution Caution is intended to alert the user to the presence of un-insulated "dangerous to constitute a risk of electric shock to the persons. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intend to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the app[...]

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    3 Safety Information Safety Information Electrical safety Physical safety the power cable[...]

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    4 Unit and Accessories and Product Feature Unit an d Accessories TV set User's Manual Remote Control and Batteries (AAA x2) Product Feature Warranty Card 39 Three HDMI inputs for true digital connections HDMI is a trademark of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries. Quick Connect Guide ® 1920 x 1080 native resolution for [...]

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    5 Introduction Introduction 1. Front View 1). (IR) Infrared Receiver: Receives IR signals from the remote control. (Power on/Standby)LED Indicator: Press POWER to turn on and off. Indicator on(Red) Standby mode Indicator on(Green) Power on mode 2). The functions of the buttons: INPUT: Press to display the input source menu. MENU: Press to display t[...]

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    6 Introduction 2. Rear View 10). Headphone out : Connect it to your headphone or audio equipments. 3). 2). RF : Connect antenna or cable 75 Ohm coaxial to receive TV signal. 1). COAX : Digital audio output. 7). YPbPr : Connect them to the component video output of video device. : Connect it to the HDMI output of video device. 5). HDMI1/2/3 L/R in :[...]

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    7 Introduction 3. Instruction for Wall Mount Dimensions for Mounting Hole Pattern A wall mount kit (purchased separately) would allow you to mount your Westinghouse TV on the wall. For detailed information on installing the wall mount, refer to the instructions provided by the wall mount manufacturer. It is strongly recommended to contact a technic[...]

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    8 Introduction 4. Remote Control The remote control is using Infra-Red(IR). Point it towards the front of the TV . The remote control may not work correctly if it is operated out of range or out of angle. CC : Press to display the closed caption. MTS : Press to select the audio channels. FAV : Press to add or remove favorite channel. ASPECT : Press[...]

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    9 I n trod u ctio n Installing Batteries 1. Open the battery compartment cover on the back of the remote control. 2. Insert two 1.5V AAA size batteries observing the polarity markings inside the battery compartment. Don’t mix different types or used batteries with new ones. 3. Close the cover . - The remote control should be operated within 23 fe[...]

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    10 First Time Installation First Time Installation The following pictures will appear on the screen when the TV is turned on for the first time. 1. Select the OSD menu language by buttton, and press OK/ENTER button to enter the next menu. 2. Select the Time Zone by buttton, then select Next item by button and press OK/ENTER button to enter the next[...]

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    11 First Time Installation 6. Select Next item by button and press OK/ENTER button to enter the next menu. 7. Select Next item by button and press OK/ENTER button to enter the next menu. 8. Enter the code by the number buttons on the remote control to start the auto channel search. 5. Select the Antenna [ATSC] or Cable mode by buttton, and press OK[...]

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    button to select the function item, press button to adjust/setup, 12 Power on/off 1. Connect to the power supply with the power cord, and turn on the switch. 2. -T o turn on the TV Press POWER button on the TV or remote control. -T o turn off the TV Press POWER button on the TV or remote control. Input Source select Press INPUT button on the TV set[...]

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    OSD Menu 13 1. Picture menu Description Picture mode: Select between Dynamic, Standard, Movie and User. You may select the picture mode directly by pressing the PICTURE button on the remote control. Picture Settings: Press button to enter the Picture Settings menu. Screen Size: Select the displaying mode of the picture between Wide, Cinema, Zoom, N[...]

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    OSD Menu 14 Dynamic Contrast: Activate or deactivate the Dynamic. Contrast funciton. Film Mode: Activate or deactivate the Film Mode. Noise Reduction: If the broadcast signal received is weak, you can select the DNR option to reduce the video noise level between Off, Low, Medium and High. MPEG Noise Reduction: Select the MPEG Noise Reduction option[...]

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    OSD Menu 15 2. Sound menu Description Sound Mode: Select your desired picture mode as follow: Dynamic, Standard, Soft and User. You may select the sound mode directly by pressing the SOUND button on the remote control. Bass: Low frequency intensity. Treble: High frequency intensity. Balance: Left and right stereo audio channels balance. Surround Mo[...]

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    OSD Menu 16 Description 3. Channel menu Channel List: Display the channel list. Favorite List: Display the favorite channel list. Channel Settings: Press > button to display the Channel Settings menu. Signal Type: Allow you to select antenna between Air, Cable and QAM. Auto Channel Search: Press OK button to start auto channel search. Press butt[...]

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    OSD Menu 17 OSD Menu If you select “QAM” as input signal in Signal Type item, you can press button to search the channels automatically. The receivable channels will be stored automatically. When searching channels, press MENU to stop. µ ĥ 1. Select Next item by button and press OK/ENTER button to enter the next menu. 2. Select Next item by b[...]

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    OSD Menu 18 4. Parental Control menu OSD Menu Description V-CHIP: Press button to enter the V-CHIP menu. You must enter the password to gain access to the Parental Control menu. The default password is 0000. You may modify the following options: TV Rating: Use buttons to select the desired rating and press button to block Movie Rating: The Movie ra[...]

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    OSD Menu 19 OSD Menu English Rating: Select among: C, C8+, G, PG, 14+ and 18+. French Rating: Select among: G, 8ans+, 13ans+, 16ans+ and 18ans+. Canada V-CHIP: Press button to enter the Canada V-CHIP menu. Block UnRated Show: Activate or deactivate the Block UnRated Show function. Downloadable Rating: Setting the Downloadable Rating in DTV mode whe[...]

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    OSD Menu 20 Description 5. Setup menu OSD Menu Closed Caption: Press button to enter the Closed Caption menu. Caption Display: Activate or deactivate the Caption Analog Caption Type: Allow you to select the basic selection among: CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4, Text1, Text2, Digital Caption Type: Allow you to select the advanced selection among: Service1, Serv[...]

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    21 OSD Menu 6. Others menu OSD Menu Description Blue Back: Turn on/off the blue screen function when there’s no signal. No Signal Power Off: The TV will turn off automatically if there’s no signal after 10 minutes. No Operation Power Off: The TV will turn off automatically if there’s no operation on the TV All Reset: Enter the password (the s[...]

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    22 Simple T roubleshooting Simple T roubleshooting If the TV has failed or its performance has seriously deteriorated, check the TV by using the following simple troubleshooting guide. If you can not resolve the problem with this troubleshooting, please call Westinghouse Technical Support. No power - Check all power connections to the TV. - Press e[...]

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    23 LCD Panel Input Connector Output Connector Power Source Panel Size Video PC Audio 39 inches (diagonal) 1 AC 100 - 240V, 50/60Hz 150W 1 2 3 1920 x 1080 1 1 1 Audio(L/R) HDMI Resolution VGA YPbPr RF 1 1 Headphone COAX 1 Audio (L/R) * Product specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice. HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definitio[...]

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    www .westinghousedigital.com W estinghouse Digital, LLC Orange, CA SE-UM-3901-1201 S/N:[...]