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Avtex 21.5" Full HD Smart TV with DVD Player and Satellite Decoder V219DS at Wades (Appliance sales and rentals - Ramsey, Peterborough)

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Document DEVICE REPORTV219DS VS219-249DS-Manual
Model: 199DSFVP/219DSFVP/249DSFVP

Introduc on

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Safety is important

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In the box

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Safety informa on

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Electrical informa on

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Instruc on

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Batery safety guidelines

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Safety warnings

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Parts iden fica on

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Front , side and above view

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Rear view

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Remote control

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Connec ng the TV

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Connec ng the aerial

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Connec ng

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HDMI lead

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Remote control

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Remote control

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Installing the bateries

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Using the remote control

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Opera ng the TV

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Switching on

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Switching off

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At First Switch On

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Get Connected

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Wireless Network Connec on

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Wired (Ethernet) Network Connec on

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Tuning in digital TV

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Tuning in Satellite TV (First Time Installa on) 17

Connected TV

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Forward Guide/Backwards Guide

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Opera ng the TV

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Basic opera on

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Source selec on

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TV channel selec on

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Back channel

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Volume

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Mute

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Menu Opera on

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Channel Setup(Digital TV only)

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Auto Tuning

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DVB-T Manual Search

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5V Antenna Feedback

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Programme Edit

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Signal Informa on

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CI Informa on

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So ware Update(USB)

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So ware Update(OAD)

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OAD SAN

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Channel Setup(Satellite TV only)

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Channel Setup

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Scan Mode

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Service Type

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Network Search

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Search

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DVB-T Manual Search

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LNB Se ng

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LNB Power Standby

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Programme Edit

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Picture se ngs
Picture Mode Colour Temperature Aspect Ra o Noise Reduc on MPEG Noise Reduc on Dynamic Contrast
Sound se ngs
Sound Mode Balance Auto Volume Surround Sound AD Switch SPDIF Mode Fixed Speaker
Time
Auto Sync Clock O ffTime On Time Sleep Timer Auto Standby OSD Time
Lock
Lock System Block Program Parental Guidance
Op on
OSD Language Primary Audio Secondary Audio Primary Sub tle Secondary Sub tle HBBTV Restore Factory Default Network Configuraa on HDMI CEC Network Upgrade Standby Scan System informa on View End-User License Agreement WIDI / Miracast
Media Specificaa ons Care and maintenance
Disposal Guarantee Manufacturer

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AVTEX TV
Power cord 12 Volt DC lead 4 x M4 x10mm size screws
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Instruction

This equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet international safety standards but, like any electrical equipment, care must be taken if you are to obtain the best results and safety is to be assured.
DO read the operating instructions before you attempt to use the equipment. DO ensure that all electrical connections (including the mains plug, extension leads and interconnections between the pieces of equipment) are properly made and in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. Switch off and withdraw the mains plug before making or changing connections. DO consult your dealer if you are ever in doubt about the installation, operation or safety of your equipment. DO route the mains lead so that it is not likely to be walked on, crushed, chafed, or subject to excessive wear and tear or heat.

DON'T remove any fixed cover as this may expose dangerous voltages. DON'T obstruct the ventilation openings of the equipment with items such as newspaper, tablecloths, curtains, etc. Overheating will cause damage and shorten the life of the equipment. DON'T allow electrical equipment to be exposed to dripping or splashing, or objects filled with liquids. DON'T place hot object or naked fame sources such as lighted candles or night-lights on, or close to equipment. High temperatures can melt plastic and lead to fires. DON'T use makeshift stands and NEVER fix legs with wood screws-to ensure complete safety always fit the manufacturer's approved stand or legs with the fixings provided according to the instructions. DON'T use equipment so that you are distracted from the requirements of traffic safety. DON'T listen to headphones at high volume, as such use can permanently damage your hearing. DON'T leave equipment switched on when it is unattended unless it is specifically stated that it is designed for unattended operation or has a stand-by mode. Switch off by unplugging the equipment and make sure that your family know how to do this. Special arrangements may need to be made for infirm or handi-capped people. DON'T continue to operate the equipment if you are in any doubt about it working normally, or if it is damaged in any way-switch off, withdraw the mains plug and consult your dealer.
ABOVE ALL, - NEVER let anyone especially children push anything into holes, slots or any other opening in the equipment - this could result in a fatal electrical shock; - NEVER guess or take chances with electrical equipment of any kind. It is better to be safe than sorry!

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Batery safety guidelines
Used correctly, domes c b aeries are a safe and dependable source of portable power. Problems can occur if they are misused or abused- resul ng in lea age or, in extreme cases, fire or explosion. Here are some simple guidelines to safe batery use designed to eliminate any such problems.

Take care to fit your baaeries correctly, observing the plus and minus marks on the batery and appliance. Incorrect fi ng can cause leakage or, in extreme case, fire or even an explosion.

Replace the whole set of bateries aat one m taking care not to mix old and new bateries or different types, since this can result in leakage or, in extreme cases, fire or even an explosion.

Supervise children if they are replacing bateries themselves in order to ensure these guidelines are followed.

Store unused bateries in their packaging and away from metal objects which may cause a short-circuit resul ng in lea age or, in extreme cases, fire or even an explosion.

Remove dead bateries from the unit and all bateries from the unit you know you are not going to use for a long me Otherwise the bateries may leak and cause damage.

Make sure batery compartments are secure.

Never dispose of bateries in fire as this can cause them to explode. Please recycle dead bateries; do not put with the normal household waste.

Never atempt to recharge ordinary bateries, either in a charger or by applying heat to them. They may leak, cause fire or even explode. There are special rechargeable bateries which are clearly marked as such.

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Safety warnings

Use in a vehicle
Note For use only when vehicle is Sta onar.
· Read all the instruc ons arefully before using the unit and keep them for future reference.
· Retain the manual. If you pass the unit onto a third party make sure to include this manual. Check that the voltage marked on the ra ng label matches your mains voltage.
Damage
· Inspect the unit for damage afer unpacking. · Do not con nue o operate the unit if you are in any
doubt about it working normally, or if it is damaged in any way-switch off, withdraw the mains plug and consult your dealer.
Loca on of Unit
· The unit must be placed on a flat stable surface and should not be subjected to vibra ons.
· Do not place the unit on sloped or unstable surfaces as the unit may fall off or p er.
· The mains socket must be located near the unit and should be easily accessible.
Temperature
· Avoid extreme degrees of temperature, either hot or cold. Place the unit well away from heat sources, such as radiators or gas/electric fires.
· Avoid exposure to direct sunlight and other sources of heat.
Naked Flames
· Never place any type of candle or naked flame on the top of or near the unit.

Moisture
· To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product damage, do not expose this unit to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing. No objects filled with liquids, should be placed on the unit.
· If you spill any liquid into the unit, it can cause serious damages. Switch it o ffat the mains immediately. Withdraw the mains plug and consult your dealer.
Ven l a on
· To prevent the risk of electric shock or fire hazard due to overhea n , ensure that curtains and other materials do not obstruct the ven l a onents.
· Do not install or place this unit in a bookcase, built-in cabinet or in another confined space. Ensure the unit is well ven l ted.
Safety
· Always disconnect the unit from the mains supply before connec n /discconnec ng other devices or moving the unit.
· Unplug the unit from the mains socket before a lightning storm.
Mains Cable
· Make sure the unit or the unit stand is not res ng on top of the mains cable, as the weight of the unit may damage the cable and create a safety hazard.
Interference
· Do not place the unit on or near appliances which may cause electromagne c i terference. If you do, it may adversely affect the operaa ng peormance of the unit, and cause a distorted picture or sound.

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Safety warnings
Bateries
· Bateries used in the remote control for this unit are easily swallowed by young children and this is dangerous.
· Keep loose bateries away from young children and make sure that the batery holder tray is secure in the remote control. Seek medical advice if you believe a cell has been swallowed.
· Dispose of bateries correctly by following the guidance in this manual.
Supervision
· Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the unit and the remote control.
· Never let anyone especially children push anything into the holes, slots or any other openings in the case-this could result in a fatal electric shock.
Service
· To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove screws. The unit does not contain any user-serviceable parts. Leave all maintenance work to qualified personnel.
· Do not open any fixed covers as this may expose dangerous voltages.
Maintenance
· Ensure the unit is fully unplugged from the power supply before cleaning.
· Do not use any type of abrasive pad or abrasive cleaning solu ons as these m y damage the unit's surface.
· Do not use liquids to clean the unit.

CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the unit's enclosure that may be sufficient magnitude to consns e a risk of electric shock.
The exclama on poi t within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important opera ng and maintenance (servicing) instruc ons in the manual accompanying the unit.

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PCMCIA

USB2

USB1

AV

RF

HDMI2 OPTICAL SAT

(ARC)

HDMI1

RJ45

12V/24V

PCMCIA

USB2

USB1

HDMI1

AV

RJ45

HDMI2 OPTICAL SAT

RF

12V/24V

(ARC)

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1 PCMCIA card Slots for external Conditional Access(CA)-modules. 2 USB2 for record 3 USB1 for record 4 Headphone output terminal 5 AV input 6 12V/24V DC input terminal 7 Rj45 internet input 8 HDMI1/HDMI2 in socket. Refer to HDMI lead on page12 9 Optical audio out 10 SAT input terminal 11 RF input terminal(Aerial)

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1.Standby

Switches the TV to standby.

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2.Source

Input source selector.

3.Numeric butons. Numeric butons.

4.FAV

To display Favourite list in DTV.

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FAV

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5.INFO

To display the current playing program

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informa on in TV/SAT.

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6.BATT

To display TV supply voltage.

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7.SIGNAL

To display signal strength and quality.

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8.MENU

To display system menu .

9.AQT

Press and hold(more than 3 seconds) the

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buton to start auto scan in DTV.

10.TV

Press to back to TV.

11.GUIDE

To display the program guide in DTV/SAT.

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12.

Adjusts selected item in the menu.

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13.OK buton

Confirms a selec on.

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14.BACK 15.EXIT

Return back to previous programme. Exits out of a menu.

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Freeview Play

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16. 17.VOL+/18.Channel 19. 20. 21.

Mutes the sound. Increases and decreases volume level. Changes the TV channel. Press to launch FVP. To play normally or pause playing in USB. To select the previous chapter or track in USB.

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ZOOM

SUB

AD

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22.

To select the next chapter or track in USB.

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35

23.

To stop playing in USB.

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24.

To fast backward playback in USB.

25.

To fast forwards playback in USB.

26.RED buton

Teletext Red buton. Switch to movie in USB mode.

27.GREEN buton

Teletext Green buton. Switch to music in USB mode.

28.YELLOW buton Teletext Yellow buton. Switch to photo in USB mode.

29.BLUE buton

Teletext Blue buton. Refresh DMS list.

30.ZOOM

To zoom in or zoom out the picture in USB.

31.SUB

Displays sub pages in teletext.

32.AD

Allows you to turn on/off/AD switch.(only available in DTV).

33.TV/

Switches between TV and Radio mode in DTV/SAT.

34.P.Mode

To change picture mode.

35.S.Mode

To change sound mode.

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PCMCIA

USB2

USB1

AV

HDMI1

RJ45

HDMI2 OPTICAL SAT

RF

12V/24V

(ARC)

HDMI1

RJ45

HDMI2 OPTICAL SAT

R F

12V/24V

(ARC)

Rear connection panel
RF cable Satellite

You can connect the TV to a compatible device using a HDMI lead, using this method will give you optimum picture.
Connect the cable from the HDMI equipment to one of the TV HDMI sockets.
The HDMI1 will support the ARC function, so it is possible to connect the TV to an audio device that also has ARC capabilities. Please activate this function in the TV setup menu by setting the CEC and ARC settings to ON, allowing the standard supplied TV remote control to control the audio device volume and standby conditions.

HDMI 2 (ARC)

HDMI 1

DVD or VCR player

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Operating the TV

Switching on
Note: Unless otherwise stated, all references to buttons refer to the remote control.
I. Switch on the main switch on the left-hand side of the TV. 2. Press the Standby button on the remote control.The
standby indicator will change to blue.

Get Connected
After the terms and conditions have being accepted, it is possible to set up network connection, this can either be via a wired ethernet connection or a wireless connection via the TV's built in WiFi.You will be presented with the following screen.

Switching off
To switch the TV to standby press the Standby button on the remote control.The standby indicator will change to red.To save energy do not leave the TV in standby mode for long periods such as overnight. Switch the TV off using the Power switch on the side of the TV

Please select network Set up network Skip

At First Switch On
When the TV is switched on for the first time the following screen will appear, press the cursor buttons to select the preferred language and press the OK button.

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Please Select your preferred language

Dansk

Deutsch

Italiano

Nederlands

Suomalainen Svenska

English Norsk

Espanol Polskie

Francais Portuques

Data collection and firmware updates, view details and select accept to go to the next page.

Data Collection And Firmware Updates
1)The user accepts full responsibility for any use of the device and the connected services through the device.
2)The user accepts the device and connected services may only be used for private, non-person to):C ommercial use and the user shall not (nor shall the user permit any other person to):
(a)Charge others to access them (b)Modify ,copy ,reproduce,rebroadcast or retransmit in any way any of the content orconnected services (except as permitted by law)
(C)Access or use the connected services for any unlawful purposes
3 )Connected services broadcast or made available in or frorm the United Kingdom

View Additional Details

Accept

It is possible to make a network connection later, if this is the case please select "Skip" otherwise select "Set up network" and press OK
Wireless Network Connection
Select Wi-Fi Network and press OK
Network Wired Network Wi-Fi Network
Proxy
Using <> cursor keys select Wi-Fi network to ON
Wi-Fi Network
- Wi Fi Network On +
Base Station Configuration

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Using cursor keys select Base Station and press OK

Wi-Fi Network - Wi-Fi Network On +
Base Station Configuration

The TV's internal Wi-Fi will scan for all available networks and list accordingly, select the wanted Wi-Fi and press OK
Base Station PM TP uINK SWOI tjap4 Ciralet-acem Ciral el-ituGL AN-VFN

Select the Password option and press OK

Connection 551D ANVPN Security WPA2 WEP Type Character 5
WEP Key 0 Password

2 aracter 5

At this stage you will need to enter the network password, this usually can be found on the rear of your router/ dongle/tethered device or in the device's supplied instruction manual,using the cursor keys and OK button

Please Enter PassWord

qwe r t y u i o p

asdf ghj k l z x c v b nm l

123

return

The TV will then connect to the network and will inform you when complete

connecting....

Successful Connection, press OK
Succes ok

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Wired (Ethernet) Network Connection
It is possible to also create a network connection using the relevant ethernet cables inserted into the TV's ethernet socket and your base station (router). At the initial network selection screen, please select wired network.
Network Wired Network Wi- Fi Network
Proxy

The TV will then connect to the network and will inform you when complete
connecting....
Successful Connection, press OK

Ensure IPv4 is highlighted and press OK
Wired Network IPv4 IPv6
If all connections are secure you will be presentedwith the following page, using the cursor keys select Ok and press the OK button on the remote control.

Succes ok
Once Network connection is complete it is then possible to proceed to the tuning options on thetelevision. All these connection procedures can beaccessed anytime during normal operation in theOptions menu by selecting Network Configuration.

Wired Network IPv4 Auto
IP 0.0.0 0 Netmask 0.0.0.0 Gateway 0.0.0.0
DNS 0.0.0.0
OK

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Tuning in digital TV
After network television you will be presented with the following options to either use the terrestrial or satellite broadcast.To tune into digital television using the cursor keys select Freeview TV and press OK.
Please Select Television signal Freeview TV Satellite

If more than one regional transmitter is available use cursor keys to select your preferred country, press OK, and then the primary region preference, then press OK
Country GBR

You will be presented with the following screen, press the OK button to proceed.

Primary region England

Welcome to your Avtex TV
Scan Channels

The television will then automatically scan and populate all the available broadcast channels, this will take a number of minutes.

Channel Tuning

DTV : 8

Programme(s)

Radio : 9

Programme(s)

Date : 2

Programme(s)

14 % UHF CH

28 DTV

Once the channel scan is complete, the TV will offer any options of the regional tuning that may be available (this will be dependent on area and signal strength)

Please wait for channels to populate the list, there may be a small delay as all channels are correctly allocated. For your information HD channels are populated in the list from channel 101 onwards.
To retune the TV at any time, press and hold down the Auto tune button (AQT). Select the country you require and press OK.The auto tune will start.
Once the target region setting or Auto search is completed, the TV will display the first available digital channel. For more information, please refer to other sections of the User guide.
Tuning satellite TV
After network television you will be presented with the following options to either use the terrestrial or satellite broadcast.To tune into satellite television using the cursor keys select Satellite TV and press OK.

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Please Select Television signal Freeview TV Satellite
You will be presented with the following screen, press the OK button to proceed.
Welcome to your Avtex TV Scan Channels

Connected T V
Terms and conditions: Minimum broadband speed of 2Mbps required for catch up and on demand services. Watching on demand and catch up programmes will count towards any monthly broadband data allowance. 7-day catch up for selected channels. Extra costs may apply for additional third party services shown. Availability of channels subject to geographic location and coverage. Aerial upgrade and/ or receiver may be required. Visit freeview.co.uk/availability The FREEVIEW words and logos are trade marks of DTV Services LTD. © DTV Services LtdThe channel logos are trademarks and copyright of their respective owners.

When presented with the Auto Tuning page, using the cursor keys select the "Search" function and ensure this is set to "Preset". Press OK. and this will populate the channel list in a logical order.

Auto Tuning

Satellite

ASTRA 2A.2B.2D

Transponder Scan Mode Service Type

10714 H 22000 Free+ Scramble DTV+ Radio

Network Search Off

Search

Preset

This will populate the Avtex channel.

Channel Tuning

DTV : 25

Programme(s)

Radio : 0

Programme(s)

Date : 0

Programme(s)

8 % 12130

ASTRA

Basic Operation
To access the Freeview Play feature, please press the dedicated button on the remote control. If the TV is connected the following screen will be displayed.
It is possible to navigate throughout this screen using the appropriate cursor keys and remote-control buttons.To launch any of the wanted "players" or programmes highlight with the red border and press the OK button, this will take the user to the desired service. Often on first time launch it may be required to enter login details, this will usually only need to be done once but the feature will be governed by the provider and not the Avtex television.

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It is also possible to launch the Freeview Play Homepage via the menu, press menu button to view then select the FVP icon and press OK.

CHANNEL PICTURE

SOUND

TIME

LOCK

OPTION

Media
Media

Freeview

Forward Guide/Backwards Guide
Pressing GUIDE Button on the remote control will reveal the 15 Day EPG/BEPG (Electronic Programme Guide/Backwards Electronic Programme Guide).
The focal point when first entering the EPG lands on the live event on the current channel, and this event is highlighted in blue. Left and right arrows are shown to allow the user to go both forwards and backwards throughout the EPG/BEPG.
Please note the TV needs to be connected to support the backwards area of the guide.

Freeview
BBC
one Wales

one One Day That Changed My Life
10/10. Batuhan. who has muscular dystrophy. takes his driving test in an attempt to gain independence, and the villagers of Cheavely in Cambridgeshire try to save their local church. [S]
11:00- 11:45 Mon 8th Jul

10/10. Batuhan. who has muscular dystrophy. takes his driving test in an attempt to gain independence, and the villagers of Cheavely in Cambridgeshire try to save their local church. [S]
Genre: News and Factual

Blak Previous Screen

When in the BEPG, press the GREEN button to return to the current event.
Operating the TV
Basic operation
Source selection Press the Source button to display the source menu.The following sources are available

A left cursor press from any current event will present the BEPG.
The programmes highlighted with white text are supported and can be viewed through the appropriate player by pressing the "Play" button on the remote control. Programmes in grey text are currently not availableto access. Navigation through the EPG/BEPG would be via traditional left, right, up and down cursor keys. After selecting a programme, the text will go blue pressing the info button on the remote control will reveal any extended information about the selected programme.

Freeview

Satellite

Freeview TV

Satellite

AV

HDMI 1

HDMI 2

Use the cursor buttons to scroll between inputs and press OK to select the source.If no source is manually selected using the OK button, the TV will automatically switch to the highlighted input after2 seconds. Press the Exit button to exit the display
TV channel selection

Press the CH+ /CH- buttons or use the Numeric buttons on the remote control to select a channel you require.

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Back channel Press the BACK button to swap between the channel you are watching and the previously selected channel i.e. If you were watching channel 1 and change to channel 3, press the BACK button to return to channel 1. Press the BACK button again to return to channel 3.
Volume Press the V+/V- buttons to increase or decrease the volume.The volume level will be displayed at the bottom of the screen.
Mute Press the button to mute the sound. Mute will appear at the top left-hand side of the screen. Press the button again or the V+ button to restore the sound. Mute will disappear from the screen.
Menu Operation
The menus allow you to adjust and control the TV.
1.To access the on-screen menus, press the MENU button. 2. Press the cursor buttons to navigate around the menu
screens and available options. 3.To exit the menu press the Exit or MENU button
01/01/1970 Thu
00:03

CHANNEL PICTURE

SOUND

TIME

LOCK

OPTION

Media
Media

Freeview

Channel Setup(Digital TV only)
This menu allows you to adjust the channels and the channel settings.
CHANNEL
Auto Tuning DTV Manual Tuning 5V Antenna Feedback Programme Edit Signal Information CI Information Software Update (OAD) Software Update (USB) OAD SCAN

Auto Tuning - Press OK to perform a new terrestrial channel scan. Any services found during scan will be displayed in the list.

Channel Tuning

DTV : 8 Radio : 9 Date : 2

Programme(s) Programme(s) Programme(s)

14 % UHF CH 28 DTV

DVB-T Manual Search - Allows you to manually search and tune the TV to individual channel frequencies.

DTV Manual Tuning - UHF CH 38 +

DTV

0

Radio

0

Data

0

Press ENTER to search

Bad

610.00MHz Good

5V Antenna Feedback - Turn on and off RF antenna power.
Channel
Auto Tuning DTV Manual Tuning 5V Antenna Feedback on Programme Edit Signal Information CI Information Software Update (OAD) Software Update (USB) OAD SCAN
Programme Edit - Allows you to delete, skip and add channels to the Favourite list. Red button will delete the selected channel, Blue will skip selected channel. Press the FAV button to create a Favourites list.
CHANNEL
Auto Tuning DTV Manual Tuning 5V Antenna Feedback on Programme Edit Signal Information CI Information Software Update (OAD) Software Update (USB) OAD SCAN

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Signal Information -Allows you to see channel signal strength and signal quality.

Strength
0
Quality

Signal Information

25

50

75

100

Press EXIT to view TV

CI Information - Allows you to access the Common Interface Card and its status.
Software Update (USB) - Allows you to update software via USB. Only use software issued directly from Avtex.
CHANNEL
Auto Tuning DTV Manual Tuning 5V Antenna Feedback Programme Edit Signal Information CI Information Software Update (OAD) Software Update (USB) on OAD SCAN
Software Update(OAD) ­ Switches over air download feature on/off
CHANNEL
Auto Tuning DTV Manual Tuning 5V Antenna Feedback Programme Edit Signal Information CI Information Software Update (OAD) on Software Update (USB) OAD SCAN
OAD SCAN - Manually searches for any over air software
downloads
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Channel Setup (Satellite TV only)
Press the Menu button and select Channel, you will be presented with the menu below.
Channel Setup

Auto Tuning DTV Manual Tuning LNB Setting 5V Antenna Feedback LNB Power Standy Programme Edit Signal Information CI Informationa Software Update (OAD) Software Update (USB)
Select Auto tuning will list all available satellites, transponder and various system settings.For standard use in the UK please select Astra 2A, 2B, 2D and using the cursor keys set the Search settings to PRESET

Auto Tuning

Satellite

ASTRA 2A,2B,2D 1 ASTRA 2A,2B,2D

Ku

Transponder 10714 H 22000 2 ASTRA 1H,1KR,1L,1M Ku

Scan Mode Free+ Scramble 3 HOTBIRD 6,7A,8

Ku

Service Type

DTV+ Radio 4 ASTRA 1E,1G,3A

Ku

Network Search

Off 5 EUTELSAT W3A

Ku

Search

Auto Scan 6 EUTELSAT w1

Ku

7 BADR-2,3,4/EURO

Ku

8 EUTEL SAT SESAT

Ku

9 EUTELSAT W2

Ku

10 EXPRESS AM1

Ku

This will load the default Avtex channel list in a logical order.

To future proof your Avtex television it is possible to add, edit delete any of the satellite or transponder parameters. Unless informed otherwise it is suggested to leave all values at the default settings.

Auto Tuning

Satellite

ASTRA 2A,2B,2D 1 10714(MHz) 22000(kS/s)

H

Transponder 10714 H 22000 2 10744(MHz) 22000(kS/s)

H

Scan Mode Free+ Scramble 3 10773(MHz) 22000(kS/s)

H

Service Type

DTV+ Radio 4 10803(MHz) 22000(kS/s)

H

Network Search

Off 5 10832(MHz) 22000(kS/s)

H

Search

Auto Scan 6 10862(MHz) 22000(kS/s)

H

7 10891(MHz) 22000(kS/s)

H

8 10921(MHz) 22000(kS/s)

H

9 10964(MHz) 22000(kS/s)

H

10 1053( MHz) 22000(kS/s) H

Scan Mode ­ Select all channels or include any "pay-per -view" channels

Auto Tuning

Satellite

ASTRA 2A,2B,2D

Transponder

10714 V 22000

Scan Mode

Free+ Scramble

Service Type

DTV+ Radio

Network Search Search

Off Auto Scan

Free Free+ Scramble

Service Type ­ Select TV and Radio, or just just TV or Radio

Auto Tuning

Satellite

ASTRA 2A,2B,2D

Transponder

10714 V 22000

Scan Mode

Free+ Scramble

Service Type Network Search Search

DTV+ Radio Off
Auto Scan

DTV DTV+ Radio
Radio

Network Search ­ Default setting off

Auto Tuning
ASTRA 2A,2B,2D

Transponder Scan Mode Service Type

10714 V 22000 Free + Scramble
DTV+ Radio

Network Search

Off

Satellite

Auto Scan

Search
Search ­ to load Avtex default channel list select Preset

Satellite

ASTRA 2A,2B,2D

Transponder

10714 H 22000

Scan Mode

Free+ Scramble

Service Type

DTV+ Radio

Network Search

Auto Scan

DTV : 0 Radio : 0 Date : 0
5% 10862

Programme(s) Programme(s) Programme(s)
ASTRA

DVB-T Manual Search - Allows you to manually search and tune the Satellite TV to individual channel frequencies.
CHANNEL
Auto Tuning DTV Manual Tuning LNB Setting 5V Antenna Feedback LNB Power Standy Programme Edit Signal Information CI Information Software Update (OAD) Software Update (USB)
LNB Setting ­ LNB adjustments, DiSEqC settings. ( It is recommend to leave as default unless advised otherwise)
CHANNEL
Auto Tuning DTV Manual Tuning LNB Setting 5V Antenna Feedback LNB Power Standy Programme Edit Signal Information CI Information Software Update (OAD) Software Update (USB)
LNB Power Standy- If set to ON when the TV is in standby will still apply an LNB voltage, default setting is OFF

CHANNEL

Auto Tuning

DTV Manual Tuning

LNB Setting

5V Antenna Feedback

LNB Power Standy

off

Programme Edit

Signal Information

CI Information

Software Update (OAD)

Software Update (USB)

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Programme Edit - Allows you to delete, skip and add channels to the Favourite list. Red button will delete the selected channel, Blue will skip selected channel. Press the FAV button to create a Favourites list.
CHANNEL
Auto Tuning DTV Manual Tuning LNB Setting 5V Antenna Feedback LNB Power Standy Programme Edit Signal Information CI Information Software Update (OAD) Software Update (USB)

Picture settings
This menu gives the options for adjusting the appearance of the TV picture.The following options are available:

PICTURE

Picture Mode

Standard

Color Temperature

Aspect Ratio

Noise Reduction

MPEG Noise Reduction

Dynamic Contrast

Picture Mode - Allows you to select pre-set levels of contrast, brightness and colour.You can choose from the following settings: · User · Standard · Dynamic · Movie
Using the cursor keys allows you to make changes to the picture settings in the user option.

Auto Tuning
Standard Color Temperature Aspect Ratio Noise Reduction MPEG Noise Reduction Dynamic Contrast

Picture Mode Picture Mode Picture Mode Picture Mode Picture Mode Picture Mode Picture Mode

Standard 70 50 70 20 50 100

Brightness - Allows you to increase or decrease the brightness of the picture. Contrast - Allows you to increase or decrease the contrast of the picture. Colour - Allows you to increase or decrease the colour of the picture. Sharpness - Allows you to increase or decrease the sharpness of the picture. Tint - Allows you to increase or decrease the level of tint of the picture (only NTSC signal)

Colour Temperature - Allows you to change the colour tones of the screen.

PICTURE

Picture Mode

Color Temperature

Normal

Aspect Ratio

Noise Reduction

MPEG Noise Reduction

Dynamic Contrast -

Cool Normal Warm

Aspect Ratio Allows you to set up aspect ratio.

PICTURE

Picture Mode Color Temperature

Aspect Ratio

Auto

Noise Reduction MPEG Noise Reduction Dynamic Contrast

Auto 4:3 16:9

Noise Reduction - Allows you to reduce/alter any noise on the images.

PICTURE

Picture Mode

Color Temperature

Aspect Ratio

Noise Reduction

Off

MPEG Noise Reduction

Dynamic Contrast

Off Low Middle High Auto

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MPEG Noise Reduction - Allows you to reduce/alter any MPEG noise Balance - Adjust audio output between the left speaker and the right speaker with cursor keys.

PICTURE
Picture Mode Color Temperature Aspect Ratio Noise Reduction MPEG Noise Reduction Off Dynamic Contrast

Off Low Middle High Auto

Dynamic Contrast ­ Turn dynamic contrast ratio on/off

PICTURE

Picture Mode

Off

Color Temperature

on

Aspect Ratio

Noise Reduction

MPEG Noise Reduction

Dynamic Contrast

Off

SOUND

Sound Mode

Balance

0

Auto Volume Surround Sound

AD Switch SPDIF Mode Fixed speaker

Auto Volume - Allows you to turn auto volume on or off.

SOUND

Sound Mode

Balance

Auto Volume

Off

Surround Sound

AD Switch

SPDIF Mode

Fixed speaker

Surround Sound - Allows you to turn on surround sound.

Sound settings
This menu gives you the options for adjusting the TV sound. The following options are available:

SOUND

Sound Mode Balance Auto Volume Surround Sound AD Switch SPDIF Mode Fixed speaker

Standard Sound Mode 120Hz 500Hz 1.5KHz 5KHz 10KHz

Standard 50 50 50 50 50

Sound Mode - Allows you to select pre-set levels of bass and treble. You can choose from the following settings: · User · Standard · Music · Movie · Sports

SOUND
Sound Mode Balance Auto Volume Surround Sound AD Switch SPDIF Mode Fixed speaker

Off Surround
Off

AD Switch ­ Allows you select Audio Description on or off.

SOUND

Sound Mode

AD Switch

OOffff

Balance Auto Volume

AD volumet

100

Surround Sound

AD Switch

Off

SPDIF Mode

Fixed speaker

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SPDIF Mode - Choose between Off/Auto/PCM when connected to non-Dolby compatible device.

SOUND
Sound Mode Balance Auto Volume Surround Sound AD Switch SPDIF Mode Fixed speaker

PCM

Fixed Speaker ­ Allows you to turn on/off the headphone output.
Time
The time menu will allow you to access and alter time related features of the television.

Auto Sync ­ Allows you to turn on/off the auto synchronisation of the time, preferred setting would be ON.

TIME

Auto Sync

Off

Clock O ffTime

Aug 27 2018 07:35

On Time

Sleep Timer Time Zone Auto Standby

OSD Timer

Clock ­ Manually adjustment of current time and date.

TIME

Auto Sync

Off

Clock

Aug 27 2018 07:35

O ffTime

On Time

Sleep Timer

Time Zone

Auto Standby

OSD Timer

Date 27 Month Aug Year 2018
Hour 7 Minute 35

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Off Time ­ Timer setting allows you to turn off the TV at specified time.

TIME

Auto Sync

Off O ffTime

Off

Clock

Aug 27 2018 07:35 Hour

0

O ffTime

Off Minute

0

On Time

Sleep Timer

Time Zone

Auto Standby

OSD Timer

On Time ­ Timer setting allows you to switch on the TV at specified time.

TIME

Auto Sync

Off Mode

Off

Clock O ffTime

Aug 27 2018 07:35 Input Source DTV Channel

Freeview Tv DTV

On Time

Off Channel

Sleep Timer

Hour

12

Time Zone

Minute

0

Auto Standby

Volume

30

OSD Timer

Sleep Timer ­ Allows you to set the sleep timer.The sleep timer allows you to turn the TV off.

TIME

Auto Sync Clock O ffTime

Off Aug 27 2018 07:35

On Time

Sleep Timer

Off

Time Zone

Auto Standby

OSD Timer

O ff 10min 20min 30min 60min 90min 120min 180min 240min

Auto Standby ­Allows you to turn on/off the auto sleep after four hours, or change to auto sleep after 6 or 8 hours.

TIME

Auto Sync

Off

Clock

Aug 27 2018 07:35

O ffTime

On Time

Sleep Timer

Off

Time Zone

Auto Standby

OSD Timer

OSD Time - Allows you to alter OSD menu display time out, 5seconds, 10 seconds, 15 seconds, 20 seconds and 30 seconds

TIME

Auto Sync

Off

Clock

Aug 27 2018 07:35

O ffTime

On Time

Sleep Timer

Time Zone Auto Standby

OSD Timer

20s

Lock
Allows you to prevent access to certain features of the TV. When the system Lock is ON, the password must be entered to make changes to the locked features.
Lock System - Allows you to lock the system. Press OK to access, the default password is 0 0 0 0. If feature to be utilised must be set to after password input.
LOCK
Lock System Set Password Block Program Parental Guidance Hotel Mode CI CAM Pin Code

Parental Guidance - Allows you to restrict programmes to suit the viewer age. Only programmes suitable for the selected age will be accessible. Select the age of the viewerfrom the following options:

·Off

· 9

· 15

·4

·10

· 16

·5

· 11

· 17

·6

· 12

· 18

·7

· 13

·8

· 14

LOCK
Lock System Set Password Block Program Parental Guidance Hotel Mode CI CAM Pin Code

Off

4

5

Off

6

7

8 9 10 11 12

Option - OSD Language Allows you to change the on-screen
display language.

OPTION

OSD Language

English

Primary Audio

Secondary Audio

Primary Subtitle

Secondary Subtitle. .

HBBTV

Do Not Track Preference

Unique Device IDs

Regenerate Unique Device IDs

Subtitle Hearing

Dansk Deutsch English Espaniol Francais Italiano Nederands Norsk Polskie Portugues

Primary Audio - Allows you to set primary audio languages.

OPTION

OSD Language Primary Audio

English

Secondary Audio

Primary Subtitle

Secondary Subtitle. .

HBBTV

Do Not Track Preference

Unique Device IDs

Regenerate Unique Device IDs

Subtitle Hearing

Dansk Deutsch German English spanish Greek French Croatian Italian Hungarian

Secondary Audio- Allows you to set secondary audio language. Primary Subtitle - Allows you to set the primary subtitle language.

Note:This feature may not be supported by all broadcasters

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OPTION

OSD Language Primary Audio Secondary Audio Primary Subtitle Secondary Subtitle. . HBBTV Do Not Track Preference Unique Device IDs Regenerate Unique Device IDs Subtitle Hearing

English

Dansk Deutsch German English spanish Greek French Croatian Italian Hungarian

Secondary Subtitle - Allows you to set the secondary subtitle language.
HBBTV ­ Will toggle HBBTV on/off
Do Not Track Preference ­ users can opt-out of the collection of data regarding a user's activity.
Unique Device IDs - Unique device id è Together with serial numbermanufacturerhtml datarequest timeand production make up unique device ID
Regenerate Unique Device IDs ­ Unique device id Update regenerated unique ID Subtitle Hearing - An additional descriptive subtitle service. (Dependent on broadcast)
OPTION
Restore Factory Default Network Configuration DHCP HDMI_CEC Network upgrade Standby Scan System information View End-User License Agreement WIDI/Miracast
Restore Factory Default - Allows you to reset all TV settings back to the default settings. Please note this will affect all user settings including favourites, tuning etc.service. (Dependent on broadcast)
Network Configuration ­ Option used to get Connected, please refer to instructions At First Switch On
HDMI CEC - Connect an ARC compatible sound system to the HDMI 1 and set the settings as below to use TV remote control to control volume and standby operation. The device list will display equipment that is currently available.

OPTION

Restore Factory Default

Network Configuration

HDMI_CEC

Off

Network upgrade Standby Scan

System information View End-User License Agreement WIDI / Miracast

Network Upgrade ­ When selected will search the network for any software updates. It is strongly suggested that you perform any updates when connected to a stable WiFi network preferably when in the home rather than on a mobile data plan.
Standby Scan ­ Update channel scan in standby mode.
System information ­ Provides all TV information. Please note values will change if TV is connected to network.
View End-User License Agreement ­ View license agreement anytime.
WIDI / Miracast ­ Launch Miracast

Media
Your Avtex television will allow you view and playback movies, photographs and music when a compatible USB with relevant media is inserted into one of the USB sockets.
01/01/1970
01:22 Thu

Movie

GBR
Music

Photo

Use the cursor and OK keys to select the wanted media. Press OK to preview and press PLAY to fill the screen

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19.53'' 434.88.38(H) x 238.68(V) 0.2265(H)x0.221(V) 20ms
3000:1 176 176

Mini AV: HDMI:

1920 x 1080;75Hz
1 2

Onboard dual band Wi-Fi antenna 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands

Ethernet

10/100 Mbit/s

Coaxial

3.3
30 0.5

448.9mm x 278.2mm x 46.2mm 2.5kg
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21.5'' 476.064(H) x 267.786(V) 0.24795(H) x 0.24795(V) 25ms
3000:1 178 178

Mini AV:

1

HDMI:

2

Onboard dual band Wi-Fi antenna 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands

Ethernet

10/100 Mbit/s

Coaxial

3.3
32 0.5

491.9mm x 308.2mm x 46.2mm 2.9
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23.8'' 527.04(H) x 299.46(V) 0.2715(H) x 0.2715(V) 15ms
1000:1 178 178
6

Mini AV:

1

HDMI:

2

Onboard dual band Wi-Fi antenna 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands

Ethernet

10/100 Mbit/s

Coaxial

3.3
32 0.5

539.4mm x 336.4mm x 47.4mm 3.4
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Care and maintenance
Disposal
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product may not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product.For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local council office, your household waste disposal service.
Guarantee
Your AVTEX television is covered by a 3 year parts and labour guarantee.This means that if the television develops a fault during the guarantee period we arrange a repair free of charge.Your original receipt acts as your guarantee so please make sure that you retain it throughout the guarantee period.
Please note that this guarantee does not cover you against faults caused by accidental damage or misuse.
This does not effect your statutory rights.
Manufacturer
Calon Point No.I Fountain Lane St.Mellons Business Park Cardiff CF30 FE United Kingdom
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