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Philips 42PFL3704/12 User Manual

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  • Page 1 19PFL3404/12 22PFL3404/12 26PFL3404/12 32PFL3404/12 32PFL3614/12 42PFL3604/12 42PFL3704/12...
  • Page 2 Model Serial
  • Page 3 Rename channels Rearrange channels Back connector for 19-22 inch TV Back connector for TV 26 inch and larger Side connector Connect a computer Use Philips EasyLink Use a Kensington lock Supported display resolutions Tuner/Reception/Transmission Remote control Power Supported TV mounts...
  • Page 4 2009 © Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks are the property of Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V or their respective owners. Philips reserves the right to change products at any time without being obliged to adjust earlier supplies accordingly.
  • Page 5 In order to maintain conformity to the EMC directive, the mains plug on this product must not be detached from the mains cord cable. VESA, FDMI and the VESA Mounting Compliant logo are trademarks of the Video Electronics Standards Association. ®...
  • Page 6 Never place liquid containers, such as vases, near the TV. If liquids are spilt on or into the TV, disconnect the TV from the power outlet immediately. Contact Philips Consumer Care to have the TV checked before use. •...
  • Page 7 the value printed on the back of the TV. Never connect the TV to the power outlet if the voltage is different. • Risk of injury, fire or power cord damage! Never place the TV or any objects on the power cord.
  • Page 8 This section gives you an overview of commonly used TV controls and functions.
  • Page 9 • Switches the TV to standby if it is on. • Switches on the TV if it is in standby. Toggles the main menu on or off. Toggles teletext on or off. Selects connected devices. Selects tasks or options. UK only: Enables audio commentary for the visually handicapped.
  • Page 10 This section helps you perform basic operations (see ‘Use more of your product’ on page 10). • If the standby indicator is off, press at the side of the TV. • If the standby indicator is red, press ) on the remote control. •...
  • Page 11 • Switch on the device before selecting it as a source on the TV. Press » The source list appears. Press the to select a device. Press to confirm your choice. » The TV switches to the selected device. • Press •...
  • Page 12 Menus help you to install channels, change picture and sound settings and access other features. Press » The menu screen appears. Smart picture Picture Contrast Brightness Sound Colour Features Sharpness Noise reduction Installation Tint Press the to select and navigate through one of the following menus.
  • Page 13 • Adjusts colour saturation. • Compensates colour variations in NTSC encoded transmissions. • Adjusts the level of sharpness in image details. • Filters and reduces noise in an image. • Adjusts the colour balance in an image. • Make a customised tint setting.
  • Page 14 (Not for PC mode.) Enlarges the picture automatically to best fit the screen. The subtitles remain visible. (Not for HD and PC mode.) Removes the black bars on the side of 4:3 broadcasts. There is minimal distortion. Shows the classic 4:3 format.
  • Page 15 • Levels out volume differences between channels or connected devices. Switch to the connected device before you change the delta volume. Most of the advanced teletext features are accessed via the teletext options menu. Press » The teletext screen appears. Press »...
  • Page 16 You can exit a favourite list, and view all installed channels. When watching TV, press to display the channel grid. Press » The channel options menu appears. Select > Press » All channels display in the channel grid. • All favourite channels are marked by an asterisk in the channel grid.
  • Page 17 Press to set the sleep time. » The sleeptimer can be up to 180 minutes in steps of five minutes. If set to zero minutes, the sleeptimer is switched off. Press to activate the sleeptimer. » The TV switches to standby after the pre-defined period of time.
  • Page 18 Locking the TV prevents your child from accessing all channels and connected devices. Press Press to select Press to enter the » A screen appears prompting you to enter a code. Enter your code using Press to select Press » All channels and connected devices are locked or unlocked.
  • Page 19 You can map channels provided through a decoder or descrambler to your TV channel selection. In this way, you can select these channels by using the RC of your TV. The decoder or a descrambler must be connected to EXT1 or EXT2. Map channels from a decoder or descrambler Press Select...
  • Page 20 The first time you set up your TV, you are prompted to select a menu language and to install TV and digital radio channels (if available). This chapter provides instructions on how to re-install and fine tune channels. This section describes how to search and store channels automatically.
  • Page 21 This section describes how to search and store analogue TV channels manually. Press Select > > » menu appears. Menu language Channel assistant Picture Channel install. Analogue: Manual Preferences Sound Decoder Factory settings Features Current software Installation Press to select the item you want to adjust.
  • Page 22 Press Press to select > » menu appears. Press to select and enter Press to select and press skip current channel. » The selected channel is skipped when you press on your remote control or view the channel grid. Press to exit.
  • Page 23 This section describes how to connect various devices with different connectors and supplements examples provided in the Quick Start. • Different types of connectors may be used to connect a device to your TV, depending on availability and your needs. SERV.C For software update.
  • Page 24 Analogue audio and video input from analogue or digital devices such as DVD players or game consoles. EXT 2 supports CVBS. Analogue audio and video input from analogue or digital devices such as DVD players or game consoles. Digital audio and video input from high- definition digital devices such as Blu-ray players.
  • Page 25 EasyLink-compliant devices. • Compliant devices must be connected to your TV via HDMI. • Do not enable Philips EasyLink if you do not intend to use it. Press Select Select After enabling EasyLink, press play on your device.
  • Page 26 • Ambient temperature: 5 to 40 degrees Celsius To mount the TV, purchase a Philips TV mount or a VESA-compatible TV mount. To prevent damage to cables and connectors, be sure to leave a clearance of at least 2.2 inches or 5.5cm from the back of the TV.
  • Page 27 Disconnect the power cable from the power outlet. Wait until the TV cools down before reconnecting the power cable. If the blinking reoccurs, contact Philips Consumer Care. Enter ‘8888’. Change the TV menu to your preferred language. No action is required. The creaking sound is normal expansion and contraction of the TV as it cools down and warms up.
  • Page 28 Set the TV picture format to unscaled. If you cannot resolve your problem, refer to the FAQs for this product at com/support. If the problem remains unresolved, contact Philips Consumer Care in your country as listed in the Addendum.
  • Page 29 favourite troubleshooting update favourite list install automatic manual rearrange rename technical specifications HDMI troubleshooting mains cord technical specifications troubleshooting watch teletext resolution disable enable one-touch play one-touch standby select set up troubleshooting automatic manual Kensington main menu teletext picture format change troubleshooting...
  • Page 30 overview technical specifications features subpages table of pages on timer sleeptimer standby adjust volume menu screen care standby switch channels switch off switch on troubleshooting tuner technical specifications wall mount lock channels lock connected devices video format technical specifications adjust 10, 12 12, 12...