LG 50PC3D UE User Manual – Page 4

Posted on 22 Sep, 2019
Manufacturer: LG
Category: TV / Audio / Video
Product: LG 50PC3D UE
Pages: 68
File size: 1 MB

4
Safety
Instructions
12.
Use
only
with
a
cart,
stand,
tripod,
bracket,
or
table
specified
by
the
manufacturer,
or
sold
with
the
appa-
ratus.
When
a
cart
is
used,
use
caution
when
moving
the
cart
/
apparatus
combination
to
avoid
injury
from
tip-over.
13.
Unplug
this
apparatus
during
lightning
storms
or
when
unused
for
long
periods
of
time.
14.
Refer
all
servicing
to
qualified
service
personnel.
Servicing
is
required
when
the
apparatus
has
been
damaged
in
any
way,
such
as
power
supply
cord
or
plug
is
damaged,
liquid
has
been
spilled
or
objects
have
fallen
into
the
apparatus,
the
apparatus
has
been
exposed
to
rain
or
moisture,
does
not
operate
normal-
ly,
or
has
been
dropped.
15.
DISCONNECTING
DEVICE
FROM
MAINS
Main
plug
is
the
disconnecting
device.The
plug
must
remain
redily
operable.
On
Disposal
a.
The
fluorescent
lamp
used
in
this
product
contains
a
small
amount
of
mercury.
b.
Do
not
dispose
of
this
product
with
general
household
waste.
Disposal
of
this
product
must
be
carried
out
in
accordance
to
the
regulations
of
your
local
authority.
Note
-
If
the
TV
feels
cold
to
the
touch,
there
may
be
a
small
"flicker"
when
when
it
is
turned
on.
This
is
normal,
there
is
noth-
ing
wrong
with
TV.
-
Some
minute
dot defects
may
be
visible
on
the
screen,
appearing
as
tiny
red,
green,
or
blue
spots.
However,
they
have
no
adverse
effect
on
the
monitor's
performance.
-
Avoid
touching
the
LCD
screen
or
holding
your
finger(s)
against
it
for
long
periods
of
time.
Doing
so
may
produce
some
temporary
distortion
effects
on
the
screen.
CAUTION
concerning
the
Power
Cord
Most
appliances
recommend
they
be
placed
upon
a
dedicated
circuit;
that
is,
a
single
outlet
circuit
which
powers
only
that
appliance
and
has
no
additional
outlets
or
branch
circuits.
Check
the
specification
page
of
this
owner's
manual
to
be
certain.
Do
not
overload
wall
outlets.
Overloaded
wall
outlets,
loose
or
damaged
wall
outlets,
extension
cords,
frayed
power
cords,
or
damaged
or
cracked
wire
insulation
are
dangerous.
Any
of
these
conditions
could
result
in
electric
shock
or
fire.
Periodically
examine
the
cord
of
your
appliance,
and
if
its
appearance
indicates
damage
or
deterioration,
unplug
it,
discon-
tinue
use
of
the
appliance,
and
have
the
cord
replaced
with
an
exact
replacement
part
by
an
authorized
servicer.
Protect
the
power
cord
from
physical
or
mechanical
abuse,
such
as
being
twisted,
kinked,
pinched,
closed
in
a
door,
or
walked
upon.
Pay
particular
attention
to
plugs,
wall
outlets,
and
the
point
where
the
cord
exits
the
appliance.
FOR
LCD
TV