LL-T15S1 (serv.man3). Chapter 2 - Connection, Adjustment, Operation Functions — Sharp Monitor Service Manual (repair manual)

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CHAPTER 2. CONNECTION, ADJUSTMENT, OPERATION AND FUNCTIONS
1. CONNECTION
1-1. Connecting the monitor to a Computer
(PC etc.)
When connecting, ensure that both the monitor and computer are
switched off.
Note: Do not overly bend the cable or add extension cords as this
could lead to malfunction.
Using the audio cable included, the computer’s audio output terminal
or a microphone terminal can be connected.
Note: Do only connect cables less than 3m to the LL-T15S1.
1-2. Connecting the monitor to headphones and a
microphone
Headphones and a microphone (both to be purchase separately) can
be connected here.
Note: Do not overly bend the cable or add extension cords as this
could lead to malfunction.
Note:
·
Do only connect cables less than 3m to the LL-T15S1.
·
When the headphones are connected, no sound can be
heard from the monitor speakers.
1-3. Connecting the monitor to a power source
Before connecting, first turn off the monitor’s main power switch.
Note: Do not overly bend the cable or add extension cords as this
could lead to malfunction.
1. Connect the AC adapter to the monitor’s power terminal
2. Attach the power cord to the AC adapter and place the power plug
into the AC terminal
Firmly insert the analog RGB output terminal 
(mini D-sub 15 pin with 3 rows) then tighten the 
screws each side.
RGB cable
If connecting to a D-sub 15 pin 2 row Apple Power 
Macintosh, attach a Macintosh conversion adapter 
(to be purchased separately) to the RGB signal 
cable.
Macintosh conversion adapter
RGB signal cable
After connecting the adapter, tighten 
the screws on each side to fix into place.
Audio input
terminal
Microphone 
output terminal
Audio cable
PC (Microphone terminal)
PC (Audio output terminal)
Microphone
Headphones
Headphone
terminal
Microphone
terminal
Power terminal
AC adapter
Power cord
2. POWER ON/OFF
2-1. Turning the power on
1. Turn on the computer.
2. Press the monitor’s power button.
The power LED will be lit green, and the screen will display an
image
Note: When setting up this monitor for the first time or after having
changed an aspect of the current system, perform an automat-
ic screen adjustment before use.
2-2. Turning the power off
1. Turn the computer off.
2. Press the monitor’s power button.
The Power LED will disappear.
Installing set-up information
Depending on the computer or OS, it may be necessary to use the
computer to operate the installation of monitor set-up information etc.
If so, follow the steps below to install the monitor set-up information. 
Notes:
·
Depending on the computer type, command names and
methods may differ. Please follow the computer’s own op-
eration manual while reading this.
·
This explanation assumes that the floppy disk drive is "A
drive". If the floppy disk drive of your computer is not "A
drive", please read the below substituting the floppy disk
drive you are using in place of "A drive" or "A".
For Windows95
Installing monitor set-up information into Windows95. 
This explanation assumes that the floppy disk drive is "A drive".
1.
Place the Monitor Settings Adjustment Disk (provided) into the
computer’s A drive.
2.
Click on the [Start] button. From [Settings], choose [Control
Panel].
3.
Double click on [Display].
4.
Click on [Settings], [Advanced Properties], and [Monitor], then
[Change].
5.
Click on [Have Disk], confirm that [Copy manufacturer’s files
from:] is [A:] then click [OK].
6.
Confirm that the monitor details are selected, and click [OK].
7.
Check that the monitor details are displayed, then click [Apply].
8.
Click [OK], and close the window.
9.
Remove the Monitor Settings Adjustment
Disk from the A drive.
For Windows98
Installing monitor set-up information into Windows98.
If the "Add New Hardware Wizard" has appeared:
(This explanation assumes that the floppy disk drive is "A drive")
1.
Place the Monitor Settings Adjustment Disk (provided) into the
computer’s A drive.
2.
Click [Next].
3.
Check [Display a list of all the drivers in a specific location, so
you can select the driver you want.], then click [Next].
4.
When [Models] is displayed, click on [Have Disk], confirm that
[Copy manufacturer’s files from:] is [A:], and click [OK].
5.
Confirm that the monitor details are selected, then click [Next],
[Next], and [Finish]. If the "Add New Hardware Wizard" appears,
repeat the installation commands beginning from 2 above.
6.
Remove the Monitor Settings Adjustment Disk from the A drive.
If the "Add New Hardware Wizard" has not appeared:
(This explanation assumes that the floppy disk drive is "A drive")
1.
Place the Monitor Settings Adjustment Disk in the computer’s A
drive.
2.
Click on the [Start] button. From [Settings], choose [Control
Panel].
3.
Double click on [Display].
4.
Click on [Settings], [Advanced] and [Monitor].
5.
In [Options], check [Automatically detect Plug & Play monitors]
and click on [Change].
6.
Click [Next].
7.
Click on [Display a list of all the drivers in a specific location, so
you can select the driver you want.], then click [Next].
8.
When [Models] is displayed, click on [Have Disk], confirm that
[Copy manufacturer’s files from:] is [A:], and click [OK].
9.
Confirm that the monitor details are selected, then click [Next],
[Next], and [Finish].
10. Check that the monitor details are displayed, then click [Apply].
11. Click [OK], and close the window.
12. Remove the Monitor Settings Adjustment Disk from the A drive. 
For Windows2000
Installing monitor set-up information into Windows2000.
This explanation assumes that the floppy disk drive is "A drive".
1.
Place the Monitor Settings Adjustment Disk (provided) into the
computer’s A drive.
2.
Click on the [Start] button. From [Settings], choose [Control
Panel].
3.
Double click on [Display].
4.
Click on [Settings], [Advanced] and [Monitor].
5.
Click on [Properties], [Driver] and [Update Driver].
6.
When [Upgrade Device Driver Wizard] appears, click [Next].
7.
Check [Display a list of the known drivers for this device so that I
can choose a specific driver] and click [Next].
8.
When [Models] is displayed, click on [Have Disk], confirm that
[Copy manufacturer’s files from:] is [A:], and click [OK].
9.
Select the monitor from the list displayed and click [Next].
10. Click [Next], confirm that the monitor’s name appears on the
screen, and click [Finish]. If [Digital Signature Not Found] ap-
pears, click [Yes].
11. Click on [Close].
12. Click [OK], and close the window.
13. Remove the Monitor Settings Adjustment Disk from the A drive.
Power LED
Power button
For WindowsMe
Installing monitor set-up information into WindowsMe.
If the "Add New Hardware Wizard" has appeared:
(This explanation assumes that the floppy disk drive is "A drive")
1.
Place the Monitor Settings Adjustment Disk (provided) into the
computer’s A drive.
2.
Check [Specify the location of the driver [Advanced]] and click
[Next].
3.
Check [Display a list of all the drivers in a specific location, so
you can select the driver you want.], then click [Next].
4.
When [Models] is displayed, click on [Have Disk], confirm that
[Copy manufacturer’s files from:] is [A:], and click [OK].
5.
Select the monitor details from the list, then click [Next], [Next],
and [Finish]. If the "Add New Hardware Wizard" appears, repeat
the installation commands beginning from 2 above.
6.
Remove the Monitor Settings Adjustment Disk from the A drive.
If the "Add New Hardware Wizard" has not appeared:
(This explanation assumes that the floppy disk drive is "A drive")
1.
Place the Monitor Settings Adjustment Disk in the computer’s A
drive.
2.
Click on the [Start] button. From [Settings], choose [Control
Panel].
3.
Double click on [Display].
4.
Click on [Settings], [Advanced] and [Monitor].
5.
In [Options], check [Automatically detect Plug & Play monitors]
and click on [Change].
6.
Check [Specify the location of the driver [Advanced]] and click
[Next].
7.
Check [Display a list of all the drivers in a specific location, so
you can select the driver you want.] and click [Next].
8.
When [Models] is displayed, click on [Have Disk], confirm that
[Copy manufacturer’s files from:] is [A:], and click [OK].
9.
Select the monitor details, then click [Next], [Next], and [Finish].
10. Check that the monitor details are displayed, then click [Apply].
11. Click [OK], and close the window.
12. Remove the Monitor Settings Adjustment Disk from the A drive.
3. ADJUSTING THE SCREEN DISPLAY
If necessary, the screen can be adjusted as follows.
Automatic screen adjustment
The clock, phase, H-POS (horizontal positioning) and V-POS (vertical
positioning) functions can be adjusted automatically.
Adjustment of backlight
Brightness of backlight can be adjusted.
Manual adjustment
Fine adjustments can be made using the On Screen Display (OSD)
Menu.
Note: All adjustments will be saved even after turning the power off.
All Reset MENU
All adjustment values can be returned to their original ex-factory val-
ues in one command.
1.
Press the power button to turn off the monitor power.
2.
Press the MENU button and the SELECT button simultaneously,
and while doing this press the power button (i.e. turn the power
on). When [ALL RESET] appears on the screen, the reset is
complete.
Notes:
·
While ALL RESET is displayed, the control buttons do not
function.
·
It is not possible to reset values when the adjustment lock is
in place. Remove the adjustment lock before attempting to
operate control buttons.
Adjustment lock function
By disabling the control buttons (i.e. setting the lock) any attempted
changes to adjusted values will be voided.
1.
Press the power button to turn off the monitor power.
2.
While pressing the MENU button, press the power button (i.e.
turn the power on).
When the menu is unlocked:
[ADJUSTMENT LOCKED] will appear on the screen, and the
lock will be set.
When the menu is locked:
[ADJUSTMENT UNLOCKED] will appear on the screen, and the
lock will be removed.
Note: When the lock is in place, all buttons other than the power
button are disabled.
Choosing a message language
Messages displayed on the screen and OSD Menu contents can be
changed to the following languages.
English, German, French, Italian, Spanish.
1.
Turn off the monitor.
2.
Pressing the SELECT and    buttons simultaneously, press the
power button (i.e. turn the power on). 
The Language Selection Menu (LANGUAGE) will be displayed
on the screen.
3.
Use the SELECT button to choose a language.
4.
Press the MENU button.
The setting is complete. From now, messages and adjustment
menus will be displayed in the chosen language.
3-1. Automatic screen adjustment
Options in MENU 1 (ADJUSTMENT) can be adjusted automatically
(CLOCK, PHASE, H-POS, V-POS).
Note: When setting up this monitor for the first time or after having
changed an aspect of the current system, perform an automat-
ic screen adjustment before use.
1.
First display an image that makes the entire screen very bright.
If you are using Windows, you can use the Adjustment Pattern
on the accompanying Monitor Settings Adjustment Disk (right
column).
2.
Press the MENU button.
The ADJUSTMENT Menu will be displayed.
3.
Press the    button.
The screen will become dark and [ADJUSTING] will be dis-
played. After a few seconds the ADJUSTMENT Menu will return.
(The automatic adjustment is now complete.)
4.
Press the MENU button 4 times to make the On Screen Display
(OSD) Menu disappear. 
Notes:
·
In most cases automatic adjustment is sufficient.
·
If necessary due to any of the following, manual adjust-
ments (p. 17) can be performed after the automatic adjust-
ment.
·
When further fine adjustment is needed.
·
When [OUT OF ADJUST] is displayed. (When the
screen displays an entirely dark image, the automatic
screen adjustment may be disabled. When making an
automatic adjustment, be sure to either use the Adjust-
ment Pattern or try displaying an image that makes the
entire screen very bright.)
Opening the Adjustment Pattern (for Windows)
If you are using Windows, you can use the Adjustment Pattern on the
accompanying Monitor Settings Adjustment Disk.
This explanation is for Windows 95/98/Me/2000, and assumes that
the floppy disk drive is "A drive".
1.
Place the Monitor Settings Adjustment Disk (provided) into the
computer’s A drive.
2.
Open [My Computer] and select [3  Floppy (A:)]. If using Win-
dows 3.1, open [File Manager] and choose "A drive".
3.
Double click on [Adj_uty.exe] to run the Adjustment Program.
The Adjustment Pattern will appear.
Notes:
·
After completing the adjustments, press the computer’s
[Esc] key to exit the Adjustment Program.
·
If the floppy disk drive of your computer is not "A drive",
please read the below substituting the floppy disk drive you
are using in place of "A drive" or "A".
·
If your computer’s display mode is set to 65K colors, you
may see the different color levels in each color pattern or
the gray scale may look colored. (This is due to the specifi-
cation of the input signal and is not a malfunction.)
3-2. Adjusting the backlight
The backlight brightness can be set to change automatically for use in
different surroundings. (Automatic brightness adjustment)
If the surroundings become brighter, the backlight will become
brighter.
If the surroundings become darker, the backlight will become darker.
The brightness sensor measures the brightness of the surrounding
environment. Never place anything in front of the brightness sensor.
Use the BRIGHT button to switch between automatic brightness ad-
justment or no automatic brightness adjustment.
Notes:
·
The OSD Menu automatically disappears several seconds
after the last command.
·
On the screen that appears after the values have been set,
the brightness can be further adjusted by pressing the
 and    buttons.
Adjusting the brightness
Carry out the commands without the On Screen Display (OSD) Menu
displayed. If the OSD Menu is displayed, press the MENU button
(several times may be required) and begin when the OSD Menu has
disappeared. 
When adjusting brightness automatically
Using the adjusted backlight brightness as a base, the brightness can
be adjusted automatically.
1.
Without the OSD Menu being displayed, press the   button or
the   button. The BRIGHT bar will appear at the bottom section
of the screen.
2.
Adjust by pressing the    button (darker) or the    button
(lighter).
Depending on the brightness of the surrounding environment,
the parameters for adjustment may be limited.
3.
Press the MENU button.
The OSD will disappear.
When not adjusting brightness automatically
1.
Without the OSD Menu being displayed, press the  button or the
button.
2.
Adjust by pressing the  button (darker) or the  button (lighter).
3.
Press the MENU button.
The OSD Menu will disappear.
Note: The OSD Menu automatically disappears several seconds af-
ter the last command.
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