Beko 40WLU550FHID Operation Instructions Manual

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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS 1-Important Information ...1 1.1-Cleaning the screen and cabinet..1 1.2-Disposing of your TV at the end of service life..1 1.3-Superior features of your integrated digital television ... 1 1.4-Receiving digital broadcasting channels ... 1 1.5-Changing the plug ...
  • Page 3: 1-Important Information

    Important Information LCD panels are produced with state-of-the-art technology. 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-Cleaning the 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.
  • Page 4: Changing The Plug

    1.5-Changing the 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 appropriate wiring information below for your particular cable.
  • Page 5: 2-Features Of Your New Television

    Features of your new television We would like this product, which has been manufactured in modern facilities in accordance with total quality principles, to offer you the best performance. Therefore, please read this entire manual carefully before you use your TV and keep it in a safe place for future reference. 2.1-Special Features •...
  • Page 6: 3-Important Safety Instructions

    Important Safety Instructions This symbol is used to warn the user about the “dangerous voltage” contained inside the housing of the product 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.
  • Page 7 10) Never operate your TV close to water. Operating your TV, for example, near a bathtub, washbasin, kitchen washbasin, washing basin, 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.
  • Page 8 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.
  • Page 9: 4-Start

    Start Remove your television carefully from its box. You can keep the packaging of your television to use in future. Contents of the box Power cable Remote control 2 batteries Note: Scart, HDMI, VGA and PHONO cables are not supplied with the device. 4.1-Aerial connection 4.2-Powering on your TV and the initial use...
  • Page 10: 5-Your New Television

    Your new television 5.1-TV Control Panel Program Down/Up button Menu button / Source selection button On-Off / Standby button 5.2-Rear and Side External Connections 1-Component video input (Y) 2-Component audio input (L) 3-Component video input (Pb) 4-Component audio input (R) 5-SPDIF Digital audio output 6-Component video input (Pr)) 7-VGA (PC connection input))
  • Page 11: Remote Control

    5.3-Remote Control Note: In the analog mode when no menu is open on the screen, Up/Down movement buttons function as program forward/backward button and Left/Right movement buttons function as Volume up/down button. (D) : Digital Mode Only Stand-by mode On/Off button Temporary sound mute (Mute) button AV modes selection menu button Picture Format selection button...
  • Page 12: 6-Performing The Initial Power-On Settings

    Performing the initial power-on settings 6.1-TV controls 6.1.1-Temporary on/off (STAND-BY) When you press the red STAND- BY button located on the upper left hand side of your remote control while your television is switched on, the sound and the picture will go off.
  • Page 13: Turning On The Tv And Setting The Channels

    6.2-Turning on the TV and Setting the Channels When you turn on your television for the first time, FIRST TIME INSTALLATION CHECK AERIAL CABLE IS CONNECTED. PRESS OK KEY TO CONTINUE message is displayed. If the antenna connections are correct, press OK button to continue. COUNTRY SELECTION menu will be displayed.
  • Page 14: Additional Information

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Please note that Encrypted channels may not be stored after scanning in the Digital TV channels. If this is the case then you will need to rescan the channels again but this time change the LIST SCRAMBLED CHANNELS from AUTO to ON: Press Menu.
  • Page 15: Program Table

    6.3.4-Program Table With the program table, you can see the stored channels in a list, switch between TV channels and Radio channels or create your favorite channels list for 6 TV and Radio channels according to your preference. Select the PROGRAM TABLE item from the main menu by means of Up/Down movement buttons to access program table and press OK...
  • Page 16: Language Settings

    You can select the channel by using the Up/Down movement buttons and navigate through the program data with Right movement button. To get further information about the program press INFO button and detailed information about the selected program will be displayed. Press the GREEN button to display next day’s program information, press the RED button to display...
  • Page 17: Performing Analog Tunings

    Note 2: The password for both of these features has been set as 0000 at the factory. You can change the password as you wish under Change PIN item in the Access Control menu. Interface Options From this menu, you can decide whether to display the scrambled channels in the program table or not.
  • Page 18: Channel Number

    AUTOPROGRAM SEARCHING % 20 STOP To stop the process at any given time, please press the MENU button. The Program Table, which will allow you to sort the channels as you wish, will be displayed after the automatic search is complete. 6.4.2-Manual tuning of channels and storing in the memory you already know the...
  • Page 19 6.4.4-Program Table Press the MENU button. Move to the PROGRAM TABLE tab by pressing the Down movement button in Main Menu and confirm your selection with the OK button. Program Table menu will be displayed. PROGRAM TABLE 01 CHANNEL 02 CHANNEL SKIP NAME MOVE...
  • Page 20: 7-Settings Of Your New Television

    Settings of Your New Television 7.1- Sound Menu Settings You may perform volume settings by using the VOL+ or VOL- buttons on your television or the VOL+/VOL- buttons on your remote control. You can perform other Sound settings by entering the Sound menu. For this, press the MENU button on your remote control.
  • Page 21: Picture Menu Settings Clarity This feature enhances the understandability of the speeches in dialogues. Note:When the SRS is set to ON, AVL and EQUALIZER functions will automatically be set to Off. 7.1.7-Equalizer Select the EQUALIZER tab in the Sound menu and confirm with the OK button. The Equalizer menu is displayed.
  • Page 22: Picture Format

    7.2.6-Backlight With this feature, you can adjust the intensity of light reflected to the LCD Panel. Select Backlight by pressing the Up/Down movement buttons and adjust the desired level by pressing the right/left movement buttons. Note: If your TV is equipped with Active Contrast feature and this feature is set to On, then Backlight tab is not displayed in the menu.
  • Page 23: Features Menu Settings If the subtitles are transmitted in the “16:9 formatted” broadcast, then this setting will push the picture upwards in order to ensure the entire written text to be seen. This setting will enlarge the image to fit the screen by stretching the image horizontally while holding the correct proportions at the centre of the image.
  • Page 24: Other Picture Features

    7.3.4-Auto Scart When this feature is set to On and when you operate an external device that is connected to your LCD television via scart, TV will automatically switch to AV mode where the device is connected. When it is set to Off, your TV does not switch to the external device automatically.
  • Page 25: 8-Teletext

    Teletext To be able to receive a quality teletext broadcast, a good aerial system and a broadcast signal that is not weak, with no reflections and interference from other channels are required. Even in a very clear reception, it is normal for some characters or tabs to be lost.
  • Page 26 8.7-Temporary TV Picture (UPDATE) This button allows you to switch to the television picture while the page you want is being searched in the teletext broadcast eliminating the need to wait during the search. You may switch to the television picture by pressing the ( while Teletext is searching for your desired page.
  • Page 27: 9-External Equipment Connections

    External Equipment Connections: Your TV is equipped with 10 inputs including aerial input, which allows for the external device connection. These inputs are: 1-Aerial input 2-SCART1 input 3-SCART2 input 4-AV input 5-S-Video input 6-PC input 7-HDMI1 input 8-HDMI2 input 9-YPbPr Component input 10-CI input You can connect your external device to your TV via these inputs.
  • Page 28 9.3-Connecting external equipment via AV connection Side view of TV AV : To watch the picture of the broadcast device connected using the Phono input, select AV option from the Source menu and press OK button. Your TV will switch to the selected source.
  • Page 29 9.6-Connecting an external equipment via HDMI connection Side view of TV SATELLITE RECEIVER GAME CONSOLE HDMI: When a connection is made via HDMI socket, select the HDMI input you connected through from the Source menu and press the OK button to be able to display these pictures.
  • Page 30 9.7-PC VGA connection Picture connection Sound connection Rear view of TV 9.7.1-PC Connection: Connect the D-Sub15 connector to the PC-IN socket at the back of your television by using an appropriate cable (not supplied with your television). Again, by using an appropriate cable, connect the audio output of your PC to the PC AUDIO-IN at the back of your television to listen to sounds from your PC and you can adjust the volume level of your source by using VOL+/VOL- buttons.
  • Page 31 9.8- How To Connect CI (Common Interface) Card 1- To view the scrambled (pay) services in digital TV mode. TO INSERT A CI CARD (NOTE: The card on its own cannot be used on this TV. A CAM (Conditional Access Module) must be purchased and the card inserted into the CAM.
  • Page 32: 10-Help And Tips

    Help and tips Failure The television does not function Poor picture quality (analogue TV) Shadow and reflection in the picture.(analogue TV) No picture No colour. No or defective teletext No sound Remote control does not work Picture is not visible after turning on the TV If your television does not work properly even though you tried the above mentioned solutions, try turning it on and off again.
  • Page 33: 11-Technical Specifications Chart

    Technical specifications chart SCREEN SIZE 40” 40”, 16:9 Active Panel type matrix TFT Sound output 2 x 10 W Power consumption 210 W Stand by power value <2.5 W Teletext page Loudspeaker impedance: 8 Ohm Scart 1 Scart 2 Audio/Video PHONO(Input) S-Video socket YUV (Video/Sound) Component Input...
  • Page 34: 12-Main Uk Transmitter Stations

    MAIN UK TRANSMITTER STATIONS UHF CHANNELS Regional Main stations BBCI BBC2 North West Caldbeck Winter Hill Douglas (IOM) North Belmont Emley Moor North East Bilsdale West Moor Chalton Pontop Pike Midlands (West) Ridge Hill Sutton Coldfield The Wreckin Mindlands (East) Waltham South West Beacon Hill...
  • Page 35: 13-Guarantee And Service

    • The cost of all functional replacement parts,excluding remote control batteries • The labour costs of a Beko approved repairer to carry out the repair • You may be offered a replacement instead of repair under guarantee. You dealer will advise you.
  • Page 36 HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE Congratulations on your choice of a Beko colour television.Your new television has been designed and manufactured to the highest quality stadards to give you many years of use.To get the best out of it,please take a few moments to read the instruction book.
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