Seiko Epson Corporation. The information contained herein is designed only for use with this Epson product. Epson is not responsible for any use of this information as applied to other equipment.
Setting Up the TV Follow the steps in these sections to prepare a spot for your TV, set it up, connect it, turn it on, and prepare it for viewing: • “Selecting a Location” below • “Installing the Set-Top Shelf ” on page 12 •...
• Do not place the TV in an area subject to vibration. Note To CATV system installers: • Do not place the TV or the remote control on top of or near heat-producing equipment Article 820-40 of the NEC or in a hot location. provides guidelines for proper grounding and •...
Do not use sharp tools to remove a card from a slot or you may damage the slot and card. • Use only the ink cassette and paper specified for use in the Epson Livingstation printer (part number V13H151010). •...
Outdoor Antenna Installation and Grounding • It is best to have a professional technician install an antenna on the roof of a structure. If you install an antenna yourself, be careful to avoid serious injury. • If an outside antenna is connected through other equipment, be sure the antenna system is grounded so as to provide protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges.
Suggested Supports or Stands You can use an optional Epson TV stand to support your TV. Order part number V12H003R03 (for the LS47P2) or V12H003R02 (for the LS57P2) from your dealer. If you use your own stand, make sure it can securely support the TV as follows:...
Installing the Set-Top Shelf The set-top shelf provides a convenient support for a center surround sound speaker or other component on top of the TV. The shelf can hold up to 11 lb (5 kg). Caution Don’t fold the shelf Fold the shelf into an upside-down L-shape with the shorter end on top.
Securing the TV You may want to secure the TV to a wall or other support so it stays upright on its stand during an earthquake or other situation. Use wires and screws connected to the outer pair of holes on the top of the TV to secure the TV to the wall or other support. Secure the TV to a wall or other support...
Connecting the HDTV Tuner If your TV included an HDTV tuner, follow these instructions to connect it. Turn off and unplug your TV and tuner. Slide the OUTPUT SWITCH on the back of the tuner to YPbPr. Connect your antenna’s wall jack to the RF IN jack on the tuner using a standard coaxial Note For more information on antenna cable.
User’s Guide that came with it. Note If you purchased an optional Epson TV stand, a mounting bracket is included for the drive. You may want to attach the drive to the stand before connecting its cables.
Connecting Other Equipment Note For a description of all the You can connect the TV to a variety of equipment. Follow the steps in the applicable sections available connectors on the front and back panels, below, depending on the equipment you’re connecting and the type of connector or service see the inside back cover you’re using.
Antenna or Direct Cable TV Connection Connect the TV to an outside antenna or to your cable system using a 75-ohm coaxial cable. Connect the cable coming into the house to the ANT 1 connector on the back of the TV. If your coaxial cable has a screw-type connector on the end, secure it by turning the end clockwise.
Cable Box Connections Note Before connecting a cable The connection method differs, depending on the type of cable box you have. Your cable box box to the TV, be sure to may unscramble signals for all of your channels or it may unscramble only some of them. read any instructions that came with the cable box.
Cable Box Unscrambles Only Some of Your Channels If your cable box unscrambles signals for only some of your channels, connect it as follows: Connect the cable coming into the house to the ANT 1 connector on the back of the TV. Remove the jumper cable connected to both the RF Output and ANT 2 connectors on the back of the TV.
Satellite Receiver Connection If you’ll also be attaching a VCR to the TV, you need to use a different connection method so you can record TV programs. See “VCR and Satellite Receiver Connection” on page 27. Turn off and unplug your TV and your satellite receiver. Note If your satellite receiver Connect the satellite antenna cable coming into your house to the Satellite In connector...
DVD Player With a DVI Connection Turn off and unplug your TV and your DVD player. Connect one end of a DVI-HDTV cable to the DVI-HDTV Input connector on the back of the TV. Connect the other end of the DVI-HDTV cable to the DVI-HDTV OUT connector on your DVD player.
DVD Player With Component Video Connection Note The connectors may be Connect one end of the component video cable to any available set of Y (green), PB labeled Y, B-Y, R-Y, or Y, Cb, (blue), and PR (red) connectors on the back of the TV. Cr, or Y, Pb, Pr on your DVD player, so just match the Connect the other end of the component video cable to the corresponding color...
DVD Player With an S-Video Connection Connect one end of an S-video cable to one of the S-Video connectors on the back of the TV or to the one on the front of the TV beneath the connector cover. Connect the other end of the S-video cable to the S-Video connector on your DVD player.
VCR Connection Follow these steps to connect a VCR by itself. If you’re connecting a cable, cable box, or satellite receiver along with the VCR, see the instructions in the sections following this one instead. Note If your VCR doesn’t have Connect one end of an S-video cable to one of the S-Video connectors on the back of an S-video connector, you the TV or to the one on the front of the TV beneath the connector cover.
VCR and Cable Service (Without Cable Box) Connection Connect the VCR as described in “VCR Connection” on page 24. Connect the cable coming into the house to the IN connector on the VCR. Connect one end of a coaxial cable to the OUT connector on the VCR. Connect the other end of the coaxial cable to the ANT 1 connector on the back of the If your coaxial cable has a screw-type connector on the end, secure it by turning the end clockwise.
VCR and Cable Box Connection Note Before connecting a cable Turn off and unplug your TV, VCR, and cable box. box to the TV, be sure to read any instructions that Connect the VCR as described in “VCR Connection” on page 24. came with the cable box.
VCR and Satellite Receiver Connection Turn off and unplug your TV, VCR, and satellite receiver. Connect the VCR as described in “VCR Connection” on page 24. Connect the satellite antenna cable to the Satellite In connector on your satellite receiver. Connect one end of an S-video cable to one of the S-video connectors on your satellite receiver.
If your satellite service does not include local channels, you can also connect an outside antenna or cable service line to the VHF/UHF IN connector on the VCR. Then connect a coaxial cable to the VHF/UHF OUT connector and to the ANT 1 connector on the back of your TV.
Stereo Amplifier Connection Connect one end of a standard, red/white audio cable to the R and L Audio Output Variable connectors on the back of your TV. Connect the other end of the audio cable to the R and L Audio Line Input connectors on your stereo amplifier.
PC or Game Console Connection For a PC, connect one end of a Dsub15 RGB for PC cable to the monitor or PC output connector on the back of your PC. For a game console, just use the cable that came with the console. Connect the other end of the cable to the PC connector on the front of the TV.
Camcorder, Digital Camera, or Other Portable Video Connection It’s best to connect a portable video device to the S-Video or Video connector on the front of the TV; however, you can use the connectors on the back. These instructions use a camcorder as an example.
Other Optional Device Connections Note Headphones When you connect headphones, the TV Connect headphones to the Headphone connector on the front of the TV. speakers are turned off, but sound is still audible from any audio source you have connected to the TV. Remote IR Repeater Connecting a remote IR repeater lets you control other equipment (such as a VCR or DVD player) by using its remote control pointed at the TV’s remote control receiver on its front...
Preparing the Remote Control Before you can use the remote control, you need to insert the batteries and make sure you aim it correctly. For a description of its functions when using it to operate the TV, see the inside front cover of this book;...
Operating the Remote Control Aim the remote control at the front of the TV, within about a 25° horizontal angle to the left or right and a 15° vertical angle up or down from the remote receiver. Make sure the room lighting is not too bright and not shining directly on the remote control or the TV receiver window.
Controlling the HDTV Tuner With the Remote Control You can use the TV’s remote control to operate the HDTV tuner that came with your TV (tuner not included in all areas). That way, you only need to keep one remote control at hand. Move the equipment switch at the top of the TV remote control to the STB1 (Set-Top Box 1) position.
Controlling Other Equipment With the Remote Control Note If there are multiple codes You can program the remote control to operate other home theater equipment, such as a listed for your equipment manufacturer and the first DVD player, VCR, or satellite receiver. That way, you can use just one remote control when one you choose doesn’t watching movies or TV programs.
Remote Control Programming Codes The programming code for the Epson Livingstation HDTV tuner is 101. Codes for other manufacturers’ products are listed below. DVD player programming codes Manufacturer Code Aiwa Denon 406, 423 Funai Harmon/Kardon Hitachi 407, 422 413, 414...
VCR programming codes (continued) Manufacturer Canon Carver Citizen Colortyme Colt Craig Curtis Mathes Cybernex Daewoo Dimensia Synatech Electrohome Electrophonic Emerson Fisher Fuji Funai Garrard General Electric Go Video Goldstar / LG Grandiente Harley Davidson Harmon Kardon Harwood Setting Up the TV Code Manufacturer 328, 351...
Plugging In and Turning On the TV After your video and audio equipment are connected and the remote control is ready, you can plug in and turn on the TV. You may want to turn on your connected equipment and insert a tape or disc, if necessary, to test the TV with all of its video and audio sources.
If you see a blank screen with No Signal at the bottom: • Turn on the source (VCR, DVD, etc.) • Insert a disc or tape, if you’re viewing one, and press Play Press the TV/Video button to select the source •...
Press Prev < or Next > to select English, Français (French), or Español (Spanish). Press Exit to select another menu or press Menu to exit the menu system. Skipping Unused Input Sources As you switch between input sources using the TV/Video button, the TV goes to sources to which you’ve connected equipment.
Labelling Input Sources It’s helpful to label your input sources if you’re using more than one device with your TV, such as a DVD player, VCR, etc. Then you can easily recognize the devices as you switch between them. The label appears on the TV screen when you display or switch input sources. Press the Menu button on the TV panel or the remote control.
Selecting a Predefined Label Press Select d or Select u to highlight the label you want. If 1/2 appears in the bottom right corner of the screen, you can press Next > to view more predefined labels on a second screen. (Press Prev < to return to screen 1.) Press Enter.
Turning Off the TV Caution Turn off the TV when not in Press the Power button on the TV panel or the remote control. use. Continuous 24-hour-a- day use may reduce its overall life. Note You can also set the TV The Power light flashes orange as the TV cools down.
Setting Up and Controlling Channels If you plan to use your TV’s built-in tuner to view television programs, you’ll need to set up your available channels. You may also want to use the TV’s channel control features or block unwanted viewing of channels or input sources by children, as described in these sections: •...
First make sure the correct television source type is selected for Antenna 1 and/or Antenna 2. Select TV for broadcast television via an antenna outside your house. Select CATV for cable television via a cable service line brought into your house. If you need to change the option, press Select d or Select u to highlight the Antenna 1 or Antenna 2 setting, then press Prev <...
Manually Adding or Skipping Channels For channels that are not automatically detected when you use Auto Program, you can use Manual Program to add them. You can also choose to have the TV skip certain channels so you don’t have to cycle through them when you change channels. Press Select d to highlight Manual Program, then press Enter.
Selecting Channels Note If you’re using an HDTV To select the channel you want to watch, do one of the following: tuner or a cable, satellite, or digital TV receiver with a separate receiver box, you • Enter the channel number using the number keys and press Ch Enter. can select TV channels using the controls that Press the Ch + or –...
Labelling TV Channels You may want to label your channels so you can easily identify them by name instead of just by number. The channel label appears with the number in the upper right corner of the screen when you display or switch channels. Press the Menu button on the TV panel or the remote control.
Selecting a Predefined Label Press Select d or Select u to highlight the label (such as CBS) in the Edit column. If you don’t see a particular label, press Prev < or Next > to display the next screen. Press Enter. The new label is listed in the Label column and the Channel number is highlighted again.
Setting Up Parental Controls You can control access to rated television programs and block access to certain channels and input sources to prevent viewing of unsuitable materials. The person controlling access creates a password that allows him or her to set up, lock, and unlock the parental controls. Before setting up parental controls, you need to change the default password to a new one.
Then you see the Lock menu. Press Select d to highlight Password Change, then press Enter. You see this screen: Use the number buttons on the remote control to enter a four-digit password. Enter the same password again to confirm it. You return to the Lock menu. To block programs using V-Chip, see page 55.
Blocking Programs Using V-Chip Your TV is equipped with V-Chip technology that allows you to block the display of TV programs or movies based upon their content rating. You can also block display of programs or movies that don’t carry V-Chip ratings (unrated programs). Whenever you need to change the ratings or remove blocking, you need to enter a password.
Press Select d to highlight Country, then press Prev < or Next > to select U.S.A. or Canada. If you want to block access to programs that don’t carry V-Chip ratings, press Select u to highlight Unrated. Then press Prev < or Next > to select Block. To set up V-Chip blocking, press Select u to highlight Rating and press Enter.
11 If you selected TV Rating, you see these options: All of the ratings are unblocked by default. Press Select d or Select u to select an Age Based rating. If desired, press Prev < or Next > to select a Content Based rating. Press Enter to block programs with the selected rating and any more mature ratings (–...
V-Chip Ratings U.S.A. TV ratings Rating Age-based ratings TV-Y TV-Y7 TV-G TV-PG TV-14 TV-MA Content-based ratings - may be combined with age-based ratings U.S.A. Movie ratings Rating PG-13 NC-17 Setting Up and Controlling Channels Description All Children Designed to be appropriate for all children, including ages 2 to 6. Directed to Older Children Designed for children aged 7 and above.
French ratings (for Canada) Rating Description General Considered appropriate for all age groups. 8 ans+ General for 8 years and older Not appropriate for children under 8 without supervision. 13 ans+ Over 13 years May not be appropriate for children under 13. 16 ans+ Over 16 years May not be appropriate for children under 16.
The highlight moves to the first character in the password field: Using the number buttons on the remote control, enter your password. You see the Lock menu: Channel & Game Lock is highlighted. Press Prev < or Next > to select ON. To lock a channel, press Select d to highlight Channel Lock, then press Enter.
Press Select d or Select u to highlight the channel number, then press Enter. The highlight moves to the Lock column. Press Prev < or Next > to select Lock or unlock (–). Then press Enter. Repeat steps 7 and 8 to lock any other channels, then press Exit to return to the Lock menu.
If you see one of these screens and you want to access the program, movie, channel, or input source, follow these steps: Press Enter. You see a screen asking you to enter your password. Enter your 4-digit password using the remote control number buttons. The program, movie, channel, or input source is unblocked and the blocking feature is turned off.
Adjusting the Picture and Sound You can make adjustments to your TV’s picture and sound quality, as described in these sections: • “Adjusting the Picture Quality” on page 63 • “Selecting the Aspect Ratio” on page 66 • “Adjusting the Sound” on page 68 Adjusting the Picture Quality Your TV offers three color modes (preset picture settings) that let you quickly adjust the picture for various lighting environments and image types.
Changing the Color Mode Press Enter. Press Select d or Select u to choose one of the following, then press Enter: Note Dynamic If the screen color is too Best for viewing movies in a brightly lit room. Colors appear warm and vibrant. warm (red) or cool (blue), you can adjust it with the Theater...
Adjusting the Color Temperature Press Select d or Select u to highlight Color Temp.. Press Prev < or Next > to select one of these settings: Warm Changes the overall tone to emphasize warm colors, such as gold and brown. Cool Changes the overall tone to emphasize cool colors, such as blue and green.
Press Select d to highlight the 480p Color Matrix setting. Press Prev < or Next > to select DVD (to optimize the quality of DVD images) or HDTV (to optimize the quality of EDTV images). Press Exit to select another menu or press Menu to exit the menu system. Selecting the Aspect Ratio Most TV and video signals determine the size of the image on your screen.
Wide stretches a standard 4:3 ratio image to fit into your 16:9 ratio screen, but the image size stretches increasingly more from the center to the sides. Zoom enlarges the entire screen and cuts off some of the top and bottom for a closer view. Use Zoom when you’re watching movies broadcast in Letterbox format so they fit your screen.
Adjusting the Sound To turn the TV speaker volume up or down, use the Vol. up and down buttons on the TV panel or remote control. To mute the sound, press the Note Mute button on the remote control. If you connect headphones to the TV, the TV speaker sound shuts off.
Using TV Features Your TV provides various features to enhance your viewing experience, as described in these sections: • “Printing What You See on the Screen” on page 69 • “Using Picture-Outside-Picture (POP)” on page 71 • “Using Channel Zapping” on page 73 •...
(To freeze additional images, press the Freeze button again. The previously frozen images are erased.) To enlarge the selected image, press Enter. To return to the Freeze window, press Exit. Note For most video images, To print the currently displayed image, press the Print button on the TV panel or remote freezing the display in the control.
Changing the Capture Settings If you’re freezing images containing text or images from a DVD player that uses progressive output, you may get better results by changing the capture method, as described below. Press the Freeze button. Press Select d to highlight Capture settings and press Enter. You see the Capture Settings screen: To change the aspect ratio of the image you’re freezing, press Enter.
Note Press the POP button on the remote control. The image from the first source appears on If you’re watching a TV the left and the image from the second source appears on the right. station and have no second video source running, the next TV channel is automatically selected as the second...
Using Channel Zapping Channel zapping lets you get a quick look at programs broadcast on up to seven additional channels while you’re watching a TV program on an eighth channel. If you see a different channel that you want to watch, you can make it your main program. To use channel zapping, you must be watching a cable or broadcast program received through the ANT 1 port (as shown on page 17).
Zapping Channels The first channel you select in channel zapping is the main channel. You’ll be able to hear the audio only from this channel, so select the channel you’d like to listen to first. Enter Press the POP button on the remote control. You see the POP (Picture-Outside-Picture) TV/Video Mute Favorite...
Turning On Closed Caption Display You can turn on closed caption display so you can read dialogue or station information transmitted along with certain programs. You can also turn on an option that displays closed captions whenever you press the Mute button on the remote control. That way, you won’t miss any dialogue when you’ve muted the sound.
Automatically Shutting Off the TV Power STB1 STB2 VCR DVD You can set up the TV to shut off automatically in case you fall asleep or want to control how PAUSE SKIP long it stays on. You can set the TV to go into “sleep” mode after 30, 60, or 90 minutes or you STOP PLAY can set it to turn off automatically after 30 minutes if it receives no signal input.
Viewing, Printing, and Saving Photos You can use the digital photo card slots and printer built into your TV, and the external CD-R/RW drive, to view, print, and save digital photos, as described in these sections: • “Viewing Photos on a Digital Photo Card or CD” below •...
• The photo files must contain a time stamp, so the slide show can display the files in time Note The photo viewer cannot stamp order. display, enlarge, or print TIF images. You see only the • The photo files should contain thumbnail data, such as that included in Exif format icon on the viewer JPEG files, to speed up display of the files in the photo viewer.
After a few seconds, the Photo screen appears. It displays the photos on your card and outlines the first one in gold: Selected photo If you inserted more than one photo card, the photos on the card you inserted first appear on the screen.
Compatible Photos and File Structure (CD) If you create a CD-R/RW of your photos using a computer, make sure that you use the file structure and naming conventions defined in the DCF standard so the photo viewer can display your photos. Your CD-R/RW must contain folders and files using the following structure and format: •...
Place your CD-R/RW on the tray with the label side facing up. Make sure the disc lays flat in the tray. Press the eject button again to close the tray. Press the Photo View button on the TV panel or remote control. The Photo screen appears: Press the 1 button.
Press Select d to highlight CD-R/RW (if necessary) and press Enter. You see the CD folders in the Photo View screen: Note If you don’t see your folders, your drive may not be ready. Wait a moment and repeat step 6. If you still don’t see your folders, your disc may contain the wrong folder or...
Enlarging and Rotating Photos After inserting your photo card or CD, you can enlarge the photo view. You can also zoom in on parts of the photo or rotate it so you can view it correctly. The rotated position is retained until you remove the card or CD.
Viewing a Slide Show Note To move between the You can view your photos automatically, for a few seconds each, by running a slide show. You Menu and Slide Show sides can view all the photos or just selected ones. of the screen, just press Menu.
To select or deselect a photo, press Prev. <, Next >, Select d, or Select u to highlight it, then press Enter. (A checkmark appears if the photo is selected.) When you’re ready to run the slide show, press the 2 button, then press Enter to select View Slide Show.
You can purchase Photo Printing Packet number V13H151010 containing 50 sheets of paper and an ink cassette from your dealer or Epson. Call (800) 873-7766 or visit the Epson Store at www.epsonstore.com (U.S. sales only). In Canada, please call (800) 463-7766 for dealer referral.
Grasp the paper cassette and pull it all the way out of the printer. Open the paper cassette lid. Viewing, Printing, and Saving Photos...
You can load up to 20 sheets of paper. Position the paper with the shiny side face up, with Caution Don’t remove the the wide bordered edge facing the hinge of the cassette, and the narrow bordered end perforated borders on the facing the open end of the cassette.
Slide the cassette into its slot, open end first. Push it in until it clicks into place. Close the printer cover. Selecting a Photo and Printing It You can print one photo at a time from a digital photo card or CD-R/RW. If you haven’t yet inserted your photo card or CD, insert it.
Press the Print button on the TV panel or remote control. You see the Print Settings Power STB1 STB2 VCR DVD screen: PAUSE SKIP STOP PLAY Photo View Freeze Print Print Menu Exit Select Photo Zoom Prev. Next Rotate Enter Select Enter TV/Video...
Monitoring or Cancelling Your Print Jobs Once you send a photo for printing, you can monitor its progress or cancel it. Press the 4 button. (Or press Menu, press Select d to highlight Print Monitor, and press Enter.) The Print Monitor menu opens. To monitor your print jobs, press Enter to choose Select Print Job.
Cancelling an Individual Print Job Press Prev. <, Next >, Select d, or Select u to highlight the job and press Enter. You see the Printing or Waiting screen: Press Select u to highlight Cancel and press Enter. (If the print job has finished before you could cancel it, press Select d to highlight Exit and press Enter.) Select Yes on the next screen.
Inserting a CD-R/RW Press the eject button on the drive to open the tray. Place a new, blank CD-R/RW disc on the tray with the label side facing up. Make sure the disc lays flat in the tray. Press the eject button again to close the tray. Writing All Photos to a CD-R/RW Press the 3 button.
You see a writing confirmation message while your photos are written to the CD and the Caution Don’t eject a disc, remove drive light flashes. When it’s finished, the CD tray opens and you see a completion a digital photo card, or message.
Caring For the TV To keep your TV clean and operating correctly, or to move it to another location, follow the steps in these sections: • “Cleaning the TV” below • “Cleaning the Air Filter” below • “Replacing the TV Projection Lamp” on page 97 •...
Use a small, hand-held vacuum to remove dust from both sides of the vent cover. To replace the vent cover, insert the tabs on the back into the right side of the vent opening. Then press in the left side of the vent cover. Caring For the TV...
The Lamp and Power lights on the front of the TV also indicate the status of the lamp. You can purchase replacement lamp number V13H010R02 from your dealer or Epson. Call (800) 873-7766 or visit the Epson Store at www.epsonstore.com (U.S. sales only). In Canada, please call (800) 463-7766 for dealer referral Don’t replace the lamp unless you see a screen message or the Lamp and Power lights...
Lamp Replacement Precautions • Never touch the projection lamp immediately after turning off the TV or you could be burned.Wait at least 30 minutes after turning off the TV to let the lamp cool down completely. • If the lamp has broken, handle the shards carefully to avoid injury. •...
On the front of the TV, push in the latch on the lamp cover, then pull off the cover and set it aside. Use the screwdriver that came with the replacement lamp to loosen the two screws in the corners of the lamp housing. (You can’t remove the screws.) Grasp the handle on the lamp and pull it out of the TV.
Position the new lamp as shown below. Then slide it carefully into the lamp slot until it stops. Tighten the screws in the corners of the lamp housing. Insert the tabs on the lamp cover into the right side of the opening. Then push in the left side to close the cover.
Make sure you have a new ink cassette before you begin. You can purchase Photo Printing Packet number V13H151010 containing 50 sheets of paper and an ink cassette from your dealer or Epson. Call (800) 873-7766 or visit the Epson Store at www.epsonstore.com (U.S. sales only). In Canada, please call (800) 463-7766 for dealer referral.
Flip down the printer lock cover. Turn the printer lock counterclockwise to loosen it. It spins freely when it is unlocked. Caring For the TV...
Grasp the printer handle and pull the printer out as far as it goes. Removing and Replacing the Ink Cassette Pull open the ink cover on the side of the printer. Caring For the TV...
Lift up the ink cassette latch, then carefully pull out the cassette. Remove the new cassette from its package. Then remove the red paper strip from the end. Caution Position the cassette as shown below. Then carefully align the cassette and its ribbon with If the ink ribbon catches in with the cassette slot.
Once it is aligned, gently push the cassette into the slot until it clicks into place beneath the latch. Flip up the ink cover and push it closed. Caution You must align the cassette and its ribbon with the slot or you will damage it when you slide it in.
Sliding the Printer Back In Slide in the printer until it stops. If the printer catches on the opened printer door beneath it, gently hold the cover down and out of the way as you slide the printer in. Push in on the printer lock as you turn it clockwise to tighten it. If it doesn’t tighten, push the printer in further and try again.
Moving or Transporting the TV When moving the TV, have two people grasp the TV as shown below. Lift the TV using the handles on the back and the top of the TV frame in the front. When shipping the TV or transporting it for a long distance, pack it in its original box using the original packing materials.
TV and that none of the ventilation slots are obstructed. If necessary, clean the TV’s air filter, as described on page 95. Then turn the TV back on. If it continues to overheat, contact Epson as described on page 121.
TV, plug it back in, Power and press the persists, contact Epson as described on page 121. High temperature warning The TV is overheating and the lamp is turned off automatically. Turn off the TV and let it cool for a few minutes. Make sure there is plenty of space around the TV and that none of the ventilation slots are obstructed.
Status Internal error The TV has an internal problem. Press the off the TV and then unplug it. Contact Epson as described on page 121. Fan or temperature sensor error The cooling fan or temperature sensor has a problem. Press the Power button to turn off the TV and then unplug it.
Basic Operation Problems Problem The power won’t come on. The buttons on the TV panel don’t work. The TV’s fan keeps running when the TV is turned off. You forgot the password you set Picture Problems Problem You don’t see a picture or hear any sound.
Check the equipment you connected to make sure you selected the correct settings for sending images to the TV. If the color is uneven in all the corners of the image, your TV may have an internal problem. Contact Epson for more information. The picture is dark. Press the follow the steps on page 63 to adjust the brightness and other picture settings.
TV Reception or Operation Problems Problem TV reception is poor. The TV channels can’t be changed or selected. You can’t receive a digital broadcast. Light Equipment switch Remote Control Problems Power STB1 STB2 VCR DVD PAUSE SKIP Problem STOP PLAY Photo View Freeze Print...
77 (for cards) or page 80 (for CDs). Hardware problem. If you see an error code on the screen, write down the code number. Contact Epson as described on page 121. Printing is in progress. Solving Problems...
If the on-screen message contains an error code, write down the code number and contact Epson as described on page 121. Make sure the printer is locked and the lock cover is closed, as described on page 106, or the printer won’t print.
Clearing a Paper Jam From the Back of the Printer Press and release the printer cover latch to open the cover. Flip down the printer lock cover. Solving Problems...
Turn the printer lock counterclockwise to loosen it. It spins freely when it is unlocked. Grasp the printer handle and pull the printer out as far as it goes. Solving Problems...
Use a Phillips-head screwdriver with a shaft at least 6 inches long to remove the 2 screws securing the printer on each side, as shown below. Lift up the front of the printer slightly and slide it forward off of its guiderails until you can access the back of the printer.
Slide the printer back onto its guiderails and align the screws with the screw holes on each side. 10 Tighten the screws securely, but don’t over-tighten them. 11 Slide in the printer until it stops. If the printer catches on the opened printer door beneath it, gently hold the cover down and out of the way as you slide the printer in.
Support service, call (800) 637-7661 and enter the PIN on the Epson PrivateLine Support card included in your User’s Guide kit. This is the fastest way of speaking to a live representative, and it’s free. This service is available 6 Time, Monday through Friday, for the duration of your warranty period.
Environmental Operating temperature Storage temperature Operating humidity Interfaces Input interfaces Video IN S-Video IN Component Video IN RF IN (Antenna) Computer (RGB) Audio IN Output interfaces Video OUT Audio OUT (Variable) Audio OUT (Fixed) RF OUT Headphone Remote External interfaces Serial Memory card Specifications...
4 × 6 inches (10.2 × 15.2 cm) Paper capacity 20 sheets Print speed 110 seconds per sheet Options TV stand For LS47P2: V12H003R03 For LS57P2: V12H003R02 Replacement lamp V13H010R02 IR repeater Recommend Xantech 282 or 283 M emitter Printer pack 50 sheets, 4 ×...
Epson for service diagnostic and repair procedures. For the television unit, Epson will provide on site service to repair or replace the Product, at Epson’s option, without charge for parts or labor. On-site service may not be available in all areas or all instances.
For warranty support, call the Epson Connection at (800) 637-7661 + PIN or (562) 276-4394 in the U.S. and (905) 709-3839 in Canada, or write to: Epson America, Inc., P.O. Box 93012, Long Beach, CA 90809-3012. ENERGY STAR Compliance As an ENERGY STAR Partner, Epson has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency.
FCC Compliance Statement This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio or television reception.