Philips 32HF7543 user manual

User manual for the device Philips 32HF7543

Device: Philips 32HF7543
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Date of adding : 2013-09-08 16:36:40
Number of pages: 18
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2005 HF Series User’s Manual 112505.0959




32HF7543 - 37HF7543 – 42HF7543 - User’s Manual



















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2005 HF Series User’s Manual 112505.0959 SAFETY INFORMATION • Disconnect mains plug when: Ø the red light below the TV screen is flashing continuously. Ø a bright white line is displayed across the screen. Ø cleaning the TV screen. Never use abrasive cleaning agents. Use a slightly damp chamois leather or soft cloth. Ø there is a lightning storm. Ø the set is left unattended for a prolonged period of time. • No open flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on or near

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2005 HF Series User’s Manual 112505.0959 Before Calling Service A list of common symptoms is presented as follows. Before you call for service, perform these simple checks. Some of these symptoms can be readily corrected. Note: Please become familiar with the commercial features as described in TV Installation / Setup, because the effects of several of these features, if they are not thoroughly understood, might appear as faulty operation. Symptom Possible Corrective Action TV does

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2005 HF Series User’s Manual 112505.0959 Basic Television Connection Antenna Connection • Connect the antenna or RF cable signal to the 75-ohm RF ‘F’ connector socket located on the TV’s rear jack panel. Mains Connection • Verify that the mains voltage and frequency are correct. Please refer to the product labeling and documentation. Note: The power button on the front panel does not disconnect the television from the AC mains; it toggles the TV’s power mode betwe

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2005 HF Series User’s Manual 112505.0959 Use And Care of Remote Control To load the supplied batteries into the remote control: - Remove the battery compartment lid from the back of the remote control. - Insert the correct type of batteries into the compartment. - Ensure that the (+) and (-) ends of the batteries are placed in the correct positions. - Re-attach the battery compartment lid. Note: Always remove the batteries from the remote control if it is not to be u

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2005 HF Series User’s Manual 112505.0959 A Guest Remote may be used to access a limited menu and to perform the basic control functions of the television. Remote control RC2573GR is an optional remote control specifically for configuring Institutional TV / Business Display Solutions features and SmartCard settings. Refer to the documentation for the RC2573GR for detailed information. Remote controls are optional accessories for all HF-series products and must be purchased separately.

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2005 HF Series User’s Manual 112505.0959 CH Guide GUEST REMOTE CONTROL KEYS To activate Channel Guide functionality Source Select Standby To toggle between Press to s witch available video sources the TV off. DVD PAUSE DVD PLAY To Pause DVD playback To Start DVD playback (if applicable) (if applicable) DVD Rewind To Rewind DVD playback Close Caption (if applicable) To activate Close Caption functionality DVD FAST FORWARD DVD STOP To Fast Forward DVD To Stop DVD playback

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2005 HF Series User’s Manual 112505.0959 TV Setup Main Menu SETUP ENGLISH LANGUAGE > COMMUNICATION > CHANNEL INSTALL > SWITCH ON / OSD > SECURITY CONTROL > CLOSED CAPTION > • To enter, press “M” on the RC2573GR setup remote control. • To scroll through the menu, press (cursor up / down) on the remote control. A highlight indicates that the respective menu item’s setting is selected for modification. • To modify the setting of the selected menu item press (cursor lef

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2005 HF Series User’s Manual 112505.0959 The specific steps for entering Hotel Mode Menu, setting Hotel Mode to No, making changes to the consumer set and then reversing the process are as follows: 1. Using RC2573GR setup remote, enter setup menu 2. Go to “Communication” item and right arrow to select 3. Set “Commercial Mode” to No 4. Exit setup menu (press “M” twice) 5. Press sequence 3,1,9,7,5,3, mute to enter “Hotel Mode Menu” 6. Set Hotel Mode to No 7. Scroll down to Store, press

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2005 HF Series User’s Manual 112505.0959 CHANNEL INSTALL (>) The CHANNEL INSTALL menu allows the user to configure the channels that can be accessed. When installing the channels, different inputs can be mapped to TV channels to allow seamless integration into the channel map. The two sections below explain how to install analog channels and AV inputs, and how to install digital channels. Installing Analog channels When selected, CHANNEL INSTALL menu appears as follows. Config

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2005 HF Series User’s Manual 112505.0959 Installing Digital Channels CHANNEL INSTALL TV 1 – 125 CHANNEL DIGITAL SOURCE DELETED / SAVED RING 0 – 999 MAJOR 0 – 999 MINOR ( ) > LABEL AUTO INSTALL TV > • CHANNEL: Select the channel or input you wish to configure. • SOURCE: When DIGITAL is selected two additional entries are added to the menu to allow for mapping the digital channels. • RING: Specify whether the current channel or input is

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2005 HF Series User’s Manual 112505.0959 SWITCH ON / OSD SWITCH ON / OSD > WELCOME MESSAGE TV 2 SWITCH ON CHANNEL 30 SWITCH ON VOLUME WIDESCREEN SWITCH ON PIC FMT STANDBY POWER ON YES VOLUME INDICATOR CHANNEL DISPLAY ALL 3 DIGIT ENTRY NO • WELCOME MESSAGE: A welcome message (two lines, 20 characters) can appear on-screen when the set is powered on. The message remains on-screen until the TV receives a command from the remote or front panel or times out in 25 seconds. W

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2005 HF Series User’s Manual 112505.0959 the upper left-hand corner of the screen, each digit as it is received, followed by a hyphen ‘-’, indicating that the TV is “waiting” for the next digit (see Note). o NO: The TV, upon receiving a remote control digit command, “expects” to receive one more successive remote control digit command before tuning the intended channel (see Note). Note: Successive digit commands must occur within two seconds, or the TV will interpret the previousl

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2005 HF Series User’s Manual 112505.0959 Using the different formats Select the preferred format from the SWITCH ON PIC FMT menu item in the setup screen, or (if applicable) use the Format button on the Remote Control to select the different modes: 4:3, Zoom 14:9, Zoom 16:9, Subtitle zoom, Super Zoom, and Widescreen. 4:3 The picture is reproduced in 4:3 format and a black band is displayed on either side of the picture. Zoom 14:9 The picture is enlarged to 14:9 format, a t

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2005 HF Series User’s Manual 112505.0959 SECURITY SECURITY SECURITY STANDARD NO KEYBOARD LOCK • SECURITY (STANDARD / HIGH) Special feature for commercial use only. • KEYBOARD LOCK (NO / YES) NO: The TV’s keyboard is operational. YES: The TV’s keyboard is disabled. CONTROL CONTROL OFF ESP YES SOURCE MENU ITEM YES PIC FMT MENU ITEM YES CHANNEL GUIDE 99 MAX VOLUME • ESP (OFF / 1 HR / 2 HR / ... / 99 HR) Energy Saving Programmability.

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2005 HF Series User’s Manual 112505.0959 CLOSED CAPTION CLOSED CAPTION SAVE CC YES/NO CC CC OFF / CC ON / CC ON MUTE DIGITAL CC MODE CS1 / CS2 / CS3 / CS4 / CS5 / CS6 ANALOG CC MODE CC1 / CC2 / CC3 / CC4/ TXT1 / TXT2 / TXT3 / TXT4 EXIT > • SAVE CC If yes, saves the state of the closed caption settings chosen in the guest menu when the TV is put into standby or powered off. If no, the settings are restored to their default condition when the TV is put into standby or powered off.

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2005 HF Series User’s Manual 112505.0959 32HF7543 Rear and Side Jack Panel Connections 17

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2005 HF Series User’s Manual 112505.0959 37/42HF7543 Rear Jack Panel Connections 37/42HF7543 Bottom Jack Panel Connections 18


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