LC-15S1E (serv.man22). (4) Part names — Sharp TV User Guide / Operation Manual

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LC-15S1E (serv.man22)
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User Guide / Operation Manual
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Device
TV / LCD / (4) Part names
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Part Names of Main Unit
Controls
A
Note:
• TV/VIDEOCH (
)/(
) i (–)/(+) (Volume) and MENU on the main unit have the same functions as the same buttons on the remote
control. Fundamentally, this operation manual provides a description based on operation using the remote control.
Headphone jack
Plug the headphone mini-plug into the Headphone jack located on
the front of the TV set.
OPC sensor
Remote sensor
OPC sensor indicator (Optical Picture Control)
The Optical Picture Control indicator lights up green when the
Brightness is set to Auto. (See pages 21 and 22.)
POWER/STANDBY/Remote sensor indicator
A green indicator lights when the power is on and a red indicator
lights when in the standby mode (the indicator will not light when the
main power is off). A red indicator blinks when the TV set receives
the remote control signal.
* The examples used throughout this manual are based
on the LC-15S1E model.
i (–)/(+) (Volume)
Upper control panel
CH (
)/(
)
MENU
TV/VIDEO
 X (MAIN POWER)
The screen can be adjusted
backwards to an angle between
12 degrees and 35 degrees.
The screen cannot be set up
straight.  When changing the
angle, make sure to hold the
stand and adjust the screen to
the best viewable angle.
Speaker
Adjustable range
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Part Names of Main Unit (Continued)
Terminals
POWER INPUT DC 12V
Antenna
AV-IN 1
(21-pin Euro-SCART)
AUDIO OUT (R)
AUDIO OUT (L)
Rear View
Carrying handle
AUDIO (R)
AUDIO (L)
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
AV-IN2
● The screen can be adjusted back-
wards to an angle between 12 and 35
degrees.
When changing the angle, make sure
to hold the stand and adjust to the
best viewable angle.
* Be careful to prevent the product from
falling over when adjusting the angle.
Also place the product on a stable
base.
Stand
Round lock for Kensington
Security Standard Slot.
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Part Names of Remote Control
CH
MENU
E
REVEAL
HOLD
END
M
MENU
SOUND
SUBTITLE
SUBPAGE
TEXT
ROTATE
WIDE
T
CH
OK
E
TV/VIDEO
REVEAL
HOLD
END
MENU
SOUND
SUBTITLE
SUBPAGE
TEXT
ROTATE
BRIGHT
T
M
T
BRIGHT
Selects the brightness
and OPC of the display.
(P. 22)
HOLD
Temporarily holds the
current Teletext page.
(P. 34)
(Power)
(P. 11)
OK, Programme Table
(P. 7)
SUBTITLE
Displays the Teletext
Subtitle directly.
(P. 34)
SOUND
Switches the sound
mode. (P. 30)
Right / Left Selection
(P. 7)
Red, Picture Menu
(P. 15)
Green, Sound Menu
(P. 15)
i (+)/(-) (Volume)
(P. 12)
Channel Select
(P. 12)
(Flashback)
Returns to the previous
 channel. (P. 7)
SUBPAGE
Displays the Teletext
Subpage directly.
(P. 33)
TEXT
Displays the Teletext mode
screen. (P. 32)
REVEAL
Displays hidden information
such as solutions to riddles
and puzzles. (P. 34)
ROTATE
Rotates the display in every
direction. (P. 22)
END
Returns to normal screen.
(P. 7)
Upwards/Downwards
Selection, zoom display
function
 (Teletext mode)
(P. 7)
MENU
Displays the TV menu.
(P. 13)
Cyan, Status Display
Turns on the status display
when the menu is not
displayed. (P. 23)
Yellow,
Timer function Menu
(P. 29)
 
 (Mute)
Switches the sound on and off.
(P. 12)
CH (
)/(
)
Displays previous/next page.
(Teletext mode) (P. 12)
TV/VIDEO
Switches the input source
between AV1, AV2 and
TV mode. (P. 11)
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