Toshiba P42LSA user manual

User manual for the device Toshiba P42LSA

Device: Toshiba P42LSA
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Date of adding : 2013-09-11 17:09:46
Number of pages: 31
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OWNER’S MANUAL
LCD Monitor







P42LSA




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Contents Safety Instructions-------------------------------------------------------- 3 Notes and Cautions for Use-------------------------------------------- 10 On usage------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10 On disposal or handing over to a new owner -------------------------- 10 Exemptions---------------------------------------------------------------------- 10 Features----------------------------------

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Safety Instructions Before using the unit, please read this manual thoroughly to help protect against damage your own and other people’s property your property from potential damage and ensure your own and other people personal safety. Be sure to observe the following instructions with understanding meaning of signs and figures below. Meaning of Signs Sign Meaning of Sign 1 Disregard may cause death or serious injury* . 2 3 Disregard may cause inju

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If water is spilled or objects are dropped inside the unit, remove the power plug from the outlet immediately. If the unit is still used in this condition, it may cause a fire or an electric shock. Contact your dealer for inspection. If the unit is dropped or the cabinet is damaged, remove the power plug from the outlet immediately. If the unit is still used in this condition, it may cause a fire or an electric shock. Contact your dealer for inspection. To turn off the power of

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Do not place the unit in an unstable location, such as a shaky table or incline. The unit may fall down and cause injury or damage. Install the unit on a horizontal, stable surface. Do not place the unit in a location subject to vibration. The unit may fall down because of the vibration and may cause an injury. Insert the power plug fully into a 100-240V AC outlet. • If you use an outlet other than 100240 V AC, it may cause fire or electric shock. • Improper insertion of

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Follow these precautions for the power cord and lug. Do not damage, modify such as by extending, or heat (such as by pressing near heating equipment). Do not pull, place heavy objects or pinch. Do not bend, twist or bunch up. Fire or electric shock may result. Do not insert objects inside the unit. If metallic materials or combustibles such as paper get inside the unit from ventilation holes and other places, it may cause a fire or an electric shock. Be especially careful that ch

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Take measures to prevent the unit from falling down. If not, the unit may fall down and cause injury. Do not block the ventilation holes on the unit. The inside of the unit will overheat if the ventilation holes are sealed, which may result in a fire. • When installing the unit near a wall, keep the unit at least 10 cm from the wall. • Do not place the unit in a closet or bookshelf where ventilation is poor. • Do not spread a newspaper, tablecloth or curtain over the unit. • Do n

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Do not climb or stand on the unit. It may drop, fall down, break or cause an injury. If the unit will not be used for a long period of time, remove the power plug from the wall outlet for safety. If not, in the case of malfunction, it may cause fire. Precautions for the remote control batteries: Only use the specified battery type. Be sure to insert batteries by matching the + and –. Do not recharge, heat, disassemble, short or throw batteries into a fire. Do not use the ba

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Cleaning Remove the power plug before cleaning. If not, it may cause electric shock. Consult your dealer for internal cleaning once a year. If you allow dust to accumulate on the unit, it may cause fire or malfunction when you operate it. Cleaning is effective especially before the rainy season when humidity is high. Refer to your dealer about the service charge for internal cleaning. 9

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Notes and Cautions for Use On usage • Some parts of the body are hot during operation. Please be careful. • In case of moving long-distance, wrap the unit with blanket to avoid damages. Be careful not to bump the unit. • Do not spray on the unit volatile liquid like insecticide. Do not expose long time to rubber or vinyl. It will damage the coating. On disposal or handing over to a new owner • It is recommended to initialize the unit by resetting “PICTURE

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Features High-resolution HD panel You can enjoy extreme fine pictures with a big flat LCD monitor panel of 3,150,000 pixel. MVA system less-reflection black TFT LCD panel MVA system and Black TFT LCD panel offer bright and wide images with clear contrast. Even placed near the window, the unit shows bright and clear images with little reflection. The viewing angles of the monitor are as wide as 170° both horizontally and vertically, enough to e

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Names and Functions of Controls Front • Power standby / on indicator -Power ON-Stand by Indicator • Remote sensor • Light sensor -Remote Control Receiver -Light sensor Side Controls Power (standby / on) Enter (activate selection) / (scroll right for Menu items) / (scroll left for Menu items) (scroll down for Menu items) (scroll up for Menu items) Menu/Exit (OSD control Menu button / One Le

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Back 13

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Names and Functions of Controls Power on / Power off OSD control Menu button Menu Left Menu Right Menu Up Menu Down Activate selection One level up Adjust clock, phase, H Input source selection position and V position Automatically PIP picture switch Picture in picture 14

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Battery Installation (1) (2) (3) To replace batteries inside 1) Push down a little as (1) in the picture and pull the back cover 2) Replace with the new batteries as (2), 1 piece Lithium battery (CR2032) make sure the polarity of batteries are correct. 3) Place back cover and slide it is as (3) in the picture. 4) Used batteries need to foll

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Supplied Accessories Please check all are supplied. Owner’s Manual x 1 Remote Control M8 Screws x 8 pieces OWNER’S MANUAL LCD Monitor P42LHA Power Cord x 1 (1.8m) VGA Cable x 1 (1.8m) DVI-D Cable x 1 (1.8m) RCA Cable x 1(1.8M) S-Video Cable x 1 (1.8m) Component Cable x 1 (1.8m) 16

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Connection VIDEO SYSTEM INPUT You can select VIDEO input from 3 terminals below; Terminal Type Suitable signals VIDEO-IN RCA NTSC/PAL S-VIDEO S-Video Mini Din 4pin NTSC/PAL YUV (Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr) Component Mini Din 8 pin NTSC/PAL • Suitable signal is automatically selected. RGB INPUT You can select RGB input from 2 terminals below; Terminal Type Suitable signals RGB ANALOG D-Sub 15 pin RGB ANALOG RGB DIGITAL DVI-D 24 pin RGB

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Connecting the Power Cord Caution: Please turn off the main power switch before connecting. [Back] 18

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Installation Wall hanging accessory is available when you hang the monitor on the wall. Please follow the process mentioned on page 20-22. When you install the monitor on the ceiling or on the floor, please follow the process on page 23. To a service technician For safety, make sure the place has enough strength to hold the whole weight of the monitor and the frames (*1). If necessary, reinforce the place before installation. At least two p

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How to install the monitor on the wall In case of using option bracket (FPT-WA5) 1. Remove the stand of the LCD monitor To avoid damage, spread blanket on the table to put the LCD monitor on. To remove the stand of the LCD monitor, put the LCD monitor on the edge of the table, and remove the screws on the stand. Described below is one example of how to install the unit on the wall. The wall hanging accessory will need to be manufactured according to the installation, so consult


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