LG Electronics 200LC1R user manual

User manual for the device LG Electronics 200LC1R

Device: LG Electronics 200LC1R
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Date of adding : 2013-09-02 16:25:34
Number of pages: 36
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20LC1 R *
Internet Home Page • http://www.lge.com
ENERGYSATR is a set of power-saving
Please read this manual carefully before operating
guidelines issued by the U.S,
your set.
Environmental Protection Agency(£PA).
Retain it for future reference.
Record model number and serial number of the set.
Partner !.GE U S+ A,,Inc,
See the label attached on the back cover and quote
has determined lhat this
this information to your dealer
product meets the

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Waming rnlng f WARNING: TO R_E THE RISKOF _EC_IC _K _ _T REI'_VE COVER ('ORBACK). USER SEF_J_LE PARTSI_DE+ REFBq TO QUALIFI_ SERVICE PERSONNEL The I_htning l+_shv_th sy'm_, with_ an equilateral _ngle, B intended to alert the _er to _e prese_ d uninsulated '_n_Js wltage" withinthe _L_fs enclosu_ that may be d s_ magn_ to a _k d _dc shock to _rsons+ The exclamat_ point v_hin an equilaterall_ngle is intended to a_rt _ _ to _ preserl(_ of im_nt _r_ &qdrr_ainter_.e (ser,,_) instructJor_s in _ literat

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Safety Instructions I i .... ons f To Red_e The Risk Of Fire Or Electric Shock, Do Not _pose This A_ratus To Rain Or Moisture. Apparat_ shah _t _ ex_sed to dripping or splashing and no _ects filled w_h i_uids, such as vases, shah be placed on _e apparatus. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1. Read these instructions. 8. Do not instaJl near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that pro- 2. Keep these instructions. duce heat. 3. Heed all

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Safety Instructions Safety Instruct:ions continued 14. 12. Use only w_h a art, stand, tripod, bracket, or Refer aH servicing to qualified service per- table s_:ified by Me manufacturer, or _ld sonneL Servicing is required when the wi_ the _aratu_s. When a art is used, use apparatus has been damaged in any way, _ulion when moving the art / a_ratus such as power supply cord or plug is dam- combinat_n to avo_ i_ury from tip-over. aged, liquid has been spilled or o_ects have fallen into the apparatu

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Contents Warnings ............................ 2 Equalizer Adjustments ............ 21 Safety Instructions ............................. 3-4 AVL (Auto Volume Leveler) ........ 21 Sound Balance ................. 22 Introduction Stereo/SAP Broadcasts Setup ...... 22 Controls ....................... 6 Time Menu Options Connection Options ............... 7 Auto Clock Setup ............... 23 Remote Control Key Functions ...... 8 Manual Clock Setup ............. 23 Ord'Off Timer Setup ............. 2

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Introduction ion OpJOff Enter Button Volume Button Input Button Channel Buttons Menu Buttons Button -- Remote Control Sensor Power/Standby Indicator Glows amber in Standby mode, Glows blue when the TV is turned on. 6

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Introduction o When using the remote control, aim it at the remote control sensor on the TV, MUTE INPUT Switches the sound on or off. Selects the remote operating mode. (Refer to p.26) Returns to the TV mode. POWER MTS (Refer to p.22) FAV (Refer to p.19) MENU EXI1 ENTER CH _i, / V (Channel button) NUMBER buttons VOL "91/ _ (Volume button) AUDIO VIDEO (Refer to p,21) (Refer to p20) CC SLEEP (Reler to p.25) (Refer to p.24) FLASHBK Press the FLASHBK button to return to the last channel you were wat

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Installation I Owner's Manual AAA Batteries Tie Holder installation guide Power Cord Remote Control - Arrange the wires with the tie Holder. @@ Rack 4oAnchor 4oScrews for wall Fixing screw 2-Ring spacers mount rack (20LC1 R* only) - The TV is _uip_ with a Kensington Security System con- 15LC1R* n_tor on the back panel. Connect the Kensington Security System cable as shown below, For the detailed installation and use of the Kensington Security System, refer to the user's guide provided with the K

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Installation Insta! i ation i I .....nstruct ion 1,,Place the set with its front facing downward on a cushion or soft cloth, 2,, Hold down the release button inside the stand and strongly pull out the stand with your two hands, Note: Here shown may _ somewhat d_erent from your seL The stand won't move if you don't press release button, F < 20LCl R* only > O@ 2°Ring spacers Place the ring spacers on the set before installing the wall mounting bracket so that the inclination of the _ckside of the

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Installation Insta!!ation !nstruction Continued 1. Connect the aerial cable to the _cket mark_ 175 g_on the back. For the best reception an outd_r aerial should be us_,. 2. To connect an additional _uipment, see the External Equipment Connections section. 3. Connect the power cord. Note: Here shown may be somewhat different from your seL Adjust the position of the panel in vadous ways for maximum comfort. • _lt range ii / / / Be careful that your h.ands are not press_ down when tilting the scree

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Installation External Eq uipment Con nect,iions - For optimum picture quality, adjust antenna direction. Connecting to an inside Antenna _tup - Typical wall antenna jack used in apa_ment bui!dings, _nnect the antenna cable as shown below. Turn CloCkwise t° tightenl Converter - If you have a 75_ round cable, insert the bronze wire and then tighten the conn_tion nut ff you have a 300.Q flat wire, connect the twisted wire to the antenna converter and then connect the converter to the antenna jack o

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Installation - In Vid_ mede, TV automatically reverts to TV mede if the TV buttons are press_, Connection 1 Set VCR switch to 3 or 4 and then tune TV to the same channel number, Connection 2 1, Connect the audio/vid_ output jacks on VCR to the corresponding input jacks on the TVI When connecting the TV to a VCR, match the jack colors (Video = yellow, Audio Left = white, and Audio Right = red), 2. Insert a video tape into the VCR and press PLAY on the VCR. (Refer to the VCR owner's manual,,) 3, U

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Installation External EQuipment Connections Continued Connect the audio/video output jacks on the external A/V _uipment to the corresponding input jacks on the TV. When connecting the TV to external A/V equipment, match the jack colors (Video = yellow, Audio Left = white, and Audio Right = red).. Viewing Setup 1. Turn on the external A/V equipment. 2. Use the INPUT button on the remote con- trol to sel_t Video. 3. Operate the corresponding external quip- ment. Refer to external equipment operat-

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Installation - To watch digitally broadcast programs, purchase and con- n_t a digital set-top box. Connect the digital set-top box vid_ outputs to the COM- PONENT (Y, P8, Pn) jacks and conn_t the digital set-top box audio outputs to the AUDIO jacks (or, Connect the set-top box with the D-sub output s_ket to PC iNPUT s_ket on the set and audio cable of the set-top box to the PC SOUND,, (15LC1R*)) Viewing Setup 1. Turn on the digital set-top box. (Refer to the owner's manual for the digital sebtop

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Installation - After setup, be sure to select RGBoPC source on TV. 1. _ the _it_ o_J_ resign on the PC before conn_J_ to the T'v: 2. Connect the TV to the PC with the PC cable. 3, Connect the PC audio output to the TV's PC SOUND input, Viewing Setup 1. Turn on the PC. 2. Use the INPUT button on the remote control to sel_t RGB-PC. Monitor Display Specifications _DE Resolut_n _r_ntal Vertical VGA _x480 31.4 60 800X600 3& 1 56 SVGA 800x600 37_8 60 XGA 1024x768 48.3 60 NOTES a_For optimum picture_it

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Operation I 0 n TV Operation Overview 1. First, make all equipment _nnections. Plug the AC Adapter into the TV, then plug the AC Adapter into a power outlet. At this time, the TV is switchod to standby mode. • in standby' mode, press the POWER, TV, CH (&,V), INPUT or number button on the remote con- trol or ON/OFF, CH (A,V), _ button located on the TV to turn the TV on. 2. Select the viewing source by pressing INPII_. • Note: See page 18 if you have not auto programmed the _ to receive channeJs

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Operation Cha nne! - For Auto program to work, the programming _urce must be connected to the TV and the TV must receiving programming signals either over-the-air or from a cable-type service providen 1. Press the MENU bu_tonand then use A / T button to se{ect t_ __ menu. 2,,Press the i_ button and then use & / T button to select 3. Press the I_ button to begin the channel search. * Wait for auto program to complete the channel search cycle before chasing a channel. The TV scans for over-the-air

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Operation - Favorite Channel lets you quickly tune in up to 8 channels of your choice without having to wait for the TV to _an through all the in-between channels, 1. Press the MENU button and then use A / T button to select the _'I_81, menu. 2, Press the I_ button and then use A / T button to select ¥_otite ch_nel. 3. Press the I_ button and then use A / T button to select the first favorite channel position. 4. Use the <1 / I_ button to set the desired channel number for first favorite channel

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Operation Menu Options - This function adjusts the TV for the best picture appearance, 1. Press the VIDEO button repeat_ly to sel_t the picture appearance setup option as shown below. Clear 1--------_ [ Optimum 1------_ [ _,t ]------_l User lq • You can also adjust EZ Video in the PICTURE menu. • Cle_, Optimum and _ are preset for g_d picture quality at the factory and cannot be changed, - Selecting a factory setting colour set. 1. Press the MENU button aM then use A / V button to select the PZC

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