LC-32FH510E (serv.man22) - Sharp TV User Guide / Operation Manual

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LC-32FH510E (serv.man22)
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User Guide / Operation Manual
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Device
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6
OPERATION MANUAL
Remote contr
ol unit
   
   
Standby/On
 
Enter standby mode or turn on the
 power
.
p
 Channel information / EPG
 
(See pages 1
1 and 20.)
3 DTV 
MENU
 
Display the MEDIA
 PLA
YER screen.
4 0–9
 
Set the channel in 
TV mode. 
 
Set the page in 
Teletext mode.
Flashback
 
Press to return to the previous
 
selected channel or external input
 mode.
6 DTV
 
Change between 
A
TV and DTV
 mode.
f
 Picture 
format
Change between dif
ferent picture 
formats (see page 20.)
Z
 Sound Mode / T
imeshift
F
500:
 Change between dif
ferent 
sound modes established.
F
510: 
Activate or deactivate the 
Timeshift.
a
/b
/c
/d
 (Cursor)
 
Select a desired item on the
 setting 
screen.
 OK
 
Execute a command within the
 menu 
screen. 
 
TV/DTV
: Display the programme 
 
list. (See page 20.) 
10 END
 
Exit the menu screen.
11 EPG
 
DTV
: T
o display EPG (Electronic
 
Programme Guide) screen.
 
(See page 1
1.)
12  
m
 T
eletext
 AT
V
Select the 
TELETEXT
 mode
 
(See page 12.)
 DTV
: Select DTV (MHEG-5) data
 broadcasting 
or 
TELETEXT
.
19
  
(+/-)
 V
olume
 
i
 (+)
 Increase the volume.
 
i
 (-)
 Decrease the volume.
20
 P 
(r
/s
)
TV/DTV
: Select the program or move 
up or down the channel list pages. 
Input source: Switch to 
TV or DTV 
input mode. 
Teletext: Move to the next/previous 
page.
21
 
b
 Input source
 
Select an input source. 
 
(See page 10.)
22
  
RADIO
 
DTV
: Switch between RADIO and
 DTV 
mode.
 
•Due to the large variation in 
 
transmitted volume levels in RADIO
 
mode, some stations will produce
 
distortion if the volume level is set
 too 
high.
23
  
PC
 Not 
used.
24
  
MENU
 
Display the MENU screen.
 
(See page 16.)
25
  
RETURN
 Not 
used.
26
 
Colour (Red/Green/Y
ellow/Blue)
 
TELETEXT
: Select a page. (See
 page 
12.)
 
DTV
The coloured buttons are
 
used to select correspondingly to
 
the coloured items in the menu
 screen.
27
 
[
 Subtitle for T
eletext
 
A
TV
: Subtitles on / of
f.
 
DTV
: Display the subtitle selection
 
screen. (See page 12.)
28
  
Reveal hidden T
eletext
 
(See page 12.)
29
 
v
 T
op/Bottom/Full
 
Switch the 
Teletext image to 
Top,
 
Bottom or Full.
30
 
1
 Subpage
 
(See page 12.)
13 ESG
 
Show the  favourite list.
14 
3
 Freeze / Hold
Freeze a picture (TV) or the 
Teletext 
on the screen (See page 12)
15 SLEEP
 
Set the sleep timer on (in units of
 
10 min. up to max. 4 hr) and of
f.
16  
A
V MODE
 
Select a picture mode  (See page 17.)
17
 
e
 Mute
 
Switch the sound on and of
f.
18
 
 Audio 
mode
 
Select the sound multiplex mode.
 (See 
below
.)
When one of the 5 Nordic countries 
(Sweden, Norway
, Finland, Denmark or 
Iceland) is selected in the country setting 
of 
Auto Installation, DTV channels are 4 
digits. When another country is selected, 
DTV channels are 3 digits
.
• 
Using  
 on the remote control unit
DTV mode
:
Press 
2
 to open the multi audio screen. (See page 10.)
Analogue TV mode: Each time you press 
2
, the mode switches as illustrated in the following tables
:
Singnal
Selectable items
Stereo
NICAM STEREO, MONO
Bilingual
NICAM CH 
A, NICAM CH B, NICAM 
CH AB, 
MONO
Monoaural
NICAM MONO, MONO
Singnal
Selectable items
Stereo
STEREO, MONO
Bilingual
CH 
A, CH B, CH 
AB
Monoaural
MONO
NICAM TV broadcasts selection
A2 TV broadcasts selection
TV (Fr
ont view)
TV (T
op and r
ear view)
Remote contr
ol sensor
 
B
 (Standby/On) indicator
 a
 (
Power
 button)
(MENU
 button)
 b
 (
INPUT SOURCE
 button)
i
(k
/l
) (V
olume buttons)
P(
r
/s
)
(Pr
ogramme (channel) buttons)
1
 USB 
terminal
2
 
COMPONENTS / A
V terminals
3
 HEADPHONES 
jack
4
 
SCAR
T 1 (A
V/RGB) terminal
5
 
SCAR
T 2 (A
V/S-VIDEO) terminal
6
 
Antenna input terminal
7
 
OUTPUT (DIGIT
AL AUDIO) terminal
8
 
SER
VICE connector (jack 3.5mm)
9
 
HDMI 1 (HDMI/AUDIO-DVI)
10 
HDMI 2 (HDMI/AUDIO-DVI)
11
 
AUDIO input for DVI
12
 
COMMON INTERF
ACE slot
13
 
AC INPUT terminal
LC-32FH500 
LC-32FH510
7
Operation Manual (Continued)
Connecting exter
nal devices
 
E
Befor
e connecting ...
• 
Be sur
e to tur
n of
f the TV and any devices befor
e making any connections.
• 
Firmly connect a cable to a terminal or terminals.
• 
Car
efully r
ead the operation manual of each exter
nal device for possible connection types. This also helps you 
get the best possible audiovisual quality to maximise the potential of the TV and the connected device.
Intr
oduction to connections
The TV is equipped with the terminals as shown below
. Find the cable corr
esponding the TV’
s terminal and 
connect the device.
NOTE
• 
The cables illustrated in pages 13, 14 and 15 ar
e commer
cially available items.
Audio device (Page 15)
V
ideo r
ecor
ding device 
(Pages 14 and 15)
Game console or 
camcor
der (Page 14)
HDMI-certified cable
DVI/HDMI Cable
ø 3.5 mm ster
eo mini jack cable
A
V cable
Audio cable
Audio cable
SCAR
T cable
Components cable
Audio cable
HDMI device (Page 14)
or
Connecting exter
nal devices
NOTE
• 
In cases when the decoder needs to r
eceive a signal fr
om 
the TV
, make sur
e to select the appr
opriate input terminal to 
which the decoder is connected in “Input Sour
ce” (Page 10).
SCAR
T connection
Example of connectable devices
Ɣ VCR 
Ɣ 
Decoder (only SCAR
T 1)
Ɣ 
DVD player/r
ecor
der
HDMI (DVI) Connection
ø 3,5 mm stereo mini jack cable
HDMI 1 or 2
HDMI-certified cable
DVI/HDMI Cable
PC connection through HDMI (DVI)
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SCART  1 (AV / RGB)
Speaker/amplifier connector
Connect an amplifier with exter
nal speakers as shown 
below
.
Resolution
Horizontal 
Fr
equency
V
ertical 
Fr
equency
VGA
640 
g
 480
31,5 kHz
60 Hz
VGA
720 
400
31,47 kHz
70 Hz
SVGA
800 
g
 600
37,9 kHz
60 Hz
XGA
1.024 
g
 768
48,4 kHz
60 Hz
WXGA
1.360 
g
 768
47,7 kHz
60 Hz
SXGA
1.280 
g
 1.024
64,0 kHz
60 Hz
SXGA+
1.400 
g
 1.050
65,3 kHz
60 Hz
UXGA
1.600 
g
 1.200
75,0 kHz
60 Hz
1080p
1.920 
g
 1.080
67,5 kHz
60 Hz
PC compatibility chart
NOTE
• 
This TV has only limited PC compatibility
, corr
ect operation 
can only be guaranteed if the video car
d conforms exactly 
to the VESA 60 Hz standar
d. Any variations fr
om this 
standar
d will r
esult in pictur
e distortions.
VGA, SVGA, XGA, WXGA, SXGA, SXGA+ and 
UXGA ar
e r
egister
ed trademarks of Inter
national 
Business Machines Corporation.
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AUDIO IN HDMI (DVI)
SCAR
T cable
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 Audio 
cable
Amplifier with digital 
audio input
Ɣ
 
Ɣ
 
After connection
Ɣ
 
If after connecting a PC to the TV thr
ough a HDMI cable, 
the audio does not run, connect a mini ster
eo connector of 
ø 3.5mm between TV and PC as indicated in the pr
evious 
drawing.
 
Ɣ
 
When a PC is connected to the TV with a DVI cable, it 
will be necessary to connect a mini ster
eo connector of ø 
3.5mm of the TV to PC as indicated in the pr
evious drawing
Ɣ
  
Ɣ
  
After connecting
Digital audio output setting
After connecting an amplifier with digital audio input and 
exter
nal speakers as shown, you should set an audio 
output format compatible with the pr
ogramme you ar
watching or the device connected.
Go to “MENU” > “SOUND” > “SPDIF Mode” > 
select “PCM” or “Dolby Digital”.
NOTE
• 
When you set this to “Dolby Digital”, and you r
eceive 
the Dolby Digital or Dolby Digital Plus audio formats, 
Dolby Digital audio is output. Otherwise, PCM audio is 
output.
When you set this to “PCM”, PCM audio is output no 
matter what audio formats you r
eceive.
Example of connectable devices
Ɣ
 
Connecting an amplifier with digital
 audio 
input
LC-32FH500 
LC-32FH510
8
Operation Manual (Continued)
Pr
eparation
Inserting the batteries
Befor
e using the TV for the first time, insert two supplied “AA” size zinc-carbon batteries. When the batteries become 
depleted and the r
emote contr
ol unit fails to operate, r
eplace the batteries with new “AA” size batteries.
 
Hold in the tab on the battery cover and pull the cover towar
ds the dir
ection of the arr
ow
.
Insert two supplied “AA” size batteries.
• Place batteries with their terminals corr
esponding to
 the (+) and (-) indications in the battery compartment.
Close the battery cover
.
CAUTION
Impr
oper use of batteries can r
esult in chemical leakage or explosion. Be sur
e to follow the instructions below
.
• 
Do not mix batteries of dif
fer
ent types. Dif
fer
ent types of batteries have dif
fer
ent characteristics.
• 
Do not mix old and new batteries. Mixing old and new batteries can shorten the life of new batteries or cause 
chemical leakage in old batteries.
• 
Remove batteries as soon as they have wor
n out. Chemicals that leak fr
om batteries can cause a rash. If you fi
 nd 
any chemical leakage, wipe thor
oughly with a cloth.
• 
The batteries supplied with this pr
oduct may have a shorter life expectancy due to storage conditions.
• 
If you will not be using the r
emote contr
ol unit for an extended period of time, r
emove the batteries fr
om it.
Note on disposing batteries:
The batteries pr
ovided contain no harmful materials such as cadmium, lead or mer
cury
.
Regulations concer
ning used batteries stipulate that batteries may no longer be thr
own out with the household 
rubbish. Deposit any used batteries fr
ee of charge into the designated collection containers set up at commer
cial 
businesses.
Using the r
emote contr
ol unit
Use the r
emote contr
ol unit by pointing it towar
ds the r
emote contr
ol sensor
. Objects between the r
emote contr
ol 
unit and sensor may pr
event pr
oper operation.
Cautions r
egar
ding the r
emote contr
ol unit
• 
Do not expose the r
emote contr
ol unit to shock. In addition, do not expose the r
emote contr
ol unit to liquids, 
and do not place in an ar
ea with high humidity
.
• 
Do not install or place the r
emote contr
ol unit under dir
ect sunlight. The heat 
may cause deformation of the unit.
• 
The r
emote contr
ol unit may not work pr
operly if the r
emote contr
ol sensor of 
the TV is under dir
ect sunlight or str
ong lighting. In such cases, change the 
angle of the lighting or the TV
, or operate the r
emote contr
ol unit closer to the 
remote contr
ol sensor
.
Remote contr
ol sensor
30
°
30
°
5 m
Quick guide
1
2
3
Initial installation overview
Follow the steps below one by one when using the TV for the first time. Some steps may not be necessary 
depending on your TV installation and connection.
 
n
Connect an antenna cable to 
the antenna terminal (Page 8).
 
o
If necessary
, insert a CA car
into the CI slot to watch 
scrambled br
oadcasts
 (Page 8.)
 
p
Connect the AC cor
d to the TV 
(Page 8).
Pr
oduct shape varies in some countries.
 
n
T
ur
n on the power using 
a
 on 
the TV (Page 10).
 
o
Run the initial auto installation 
(Page 9).
9
Language and country 
setting
9
TV Location setting
 
n
Congratulations!
Now you can watch TV
.
 
o
If necessary
, adjust the 
antenna to attain maximum 
signal r
eception (Page 9).
Pr
eparation
Power on and 
run the auto 
installation
W
atch TV
Connect 
exter
nal devices
 
n
Connect exter
nal 
devices such as a 
DVD player/r
ecor
der 
as instructed (Pages 
14 and 15).
 
o
Connect exter
nal 
audio devices such as 
speakers/amplifier as 
instructed (Pages 14 
and 15).
Start sear
ching 
channels
Home
Store
 
LC-32FH500 
LC-32FH510
9
Operation Manual (Continued)
After selecting Media Player
, the TV loads USB device 
files, and shows the following scr
een:
1
 Pr
essing 
Ż
 buttons you can change between 
dif
fer
ent modes: 
PHOTO
MUSIC
MOVIE
 or 
TEXT
.
Pr
ess 
OK
 to select the option you want to r
epr
oduce.
2
 Pr
ess
 
Ÿ
 
to select the folder wher
you want to sear
ch the files and then pr
ess 
OK
.
 
For selecting the input type of exter
nal equipment
• If no (colour) image is displayed, try changing to 
another signal type.
• Check the operations manual of the exter
nal equipment 
for the signal type.
Connect an USB device to the TV as shown below
.
• Depending on the USB device, the TV may not be 
able to r
ecognise the contained data.
• Use only alphanumeric characters for naming files.
• File names over 80 characters (may vary depending 
on character set) may not be displayed.
• Do not disconnect a USB device or memory car
d fr
om 
the TV while transferring files, using the slide show 
function, when a scr
een is switching to another or 
befor
e you exit “MEDIA PLA
YER” fr
om the “INPUT 
SOURCE” menu.
• Compatibility with USB har
d disc connection.
• Do not connect and disconnect a USB device fr
om 
the TV r
epeatedly
.
Other useful features
 
Input sour
ce settings
Setting when using exter
nal 
devices
SCART 1: 
CVBS, RGB 
SCART 2: 
Y/C, CVBS
MEDIA
 PLA
YER function
Connecting a USB device
(Media Player)
PHOTO mode
Y
ou can r
epr
oduce photos with JPG, JPEG and BMP 
format on your TV
.
Several kinds of r
epr
oduction ar
e possible.
1
 Select 
PHOTO
 mode and pr
ess 
OK
.
2
 Select the file you want to display on full scr
een with
 
Ÿ
 /Ż
 buttons and pr
ess 
OK
 to start the viewing.
Appendix
T
roubleshooting
Pr
oblem
Possible Solution
• No 
power
.
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
B
 on the r
emote contr
ol unit.
If the indicator on the TV lights up r
ed, pr
ess 
B
.
• 
Is the AC cor
d disconnected?
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
a
 on the TV
.
• 
The TV cannot be operated.
• 
Exter
nal influences such as lightning, static electricity
, etc., may cause impr
oper operation. In
 this 
case, operate the TV after first tur
ning of
f the power
, or unplugging the AC cor
d and r
e-plugging 
it in after one or two minutes.
• 
Remote contr
ol unit does not operate.
• 
Ar
e batteries inserted with polarity (
e
f
) aligned?
• 
Ar
e batteries wor
n out? (Replace with new batteries.)
• 
Ar
e you using it under str
ong or fluor
escent lighting?
• 
Is a fluor
escent light illuminating to the r
emote contr
ol sensor?
• 
Pictur
e is cut of
f.
• 
Is the image position corr
ect?
• 
Ar
e scr
een mode adjustments (Aspect ratio) such as pictur
e size made corr
ectly? (Page 20.)
• 
Strange colour
, light colour
, or dark 
colour
, or colour misalignment.
• 
Adjust the pictur
e tone.
• 
Is the r
oom too bright? The pictur
e may look dark in a r
oom that is too bright.
• 
Check the “PICTURE” setting (Page 17).
• 
Power is suddenly tur
ned of
f.
• 
The TV’
s inter
nal temperatur
e has incr
eased.
Remove any objects blocking the vent or clean.
• 
Is the “Sleep T
imer” set? Select “Of
f” fr
om the “TIME” menu (Page 18).
• 
Is “No Signal Of
f” or “No operation Of
f” activated?
• 
No pictur
e.
• 
Ar
e connections to exter
nal equipment corr
ect? (Pages 13, 14 and 15)
• 
Is the input signal type selected corr
ectly after connection? (Page 10)
• 
Is the corr
ect input sour
ce selected? (Page 10)
• 
Is the pictur
e adjustment corr
ect? (Pages 17)
• 
Is the antenna connected pr
operly? (Page 8)
• 
No sound.
• 
Is the volume too low?
• 
Make sur
e that headphones ar
e not connected.
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
e
 on the r
emote contr
ol unit.
• 
The TV sometimes makes a cracking 
sound.
• 
This is not a malfunction. This happens when the cabinet slightly expands and contracts 
accor
ding to changes in temperatur
e. This does not af
fect the TV’
s performance.
Cautions r
egar
ding use in high and low temperatur
e envir
onments
• 
When the TV is used in a low temperatur
e space (e.g. r
oom, of
fice), the pictur
e may leave trails or appear slightly delayed. 
This is not a malfunction, and the TV will r
ecover when the temperatur
e r
etur
ns to normal.
• 
Do not leave the TV in a hot or cold location. Also, do not leave the TV in a location exposed to dir
ect sunlight or near a 
heater
, as this may cause the cabinet to deform and the LCD panel to malfunction.
Storage temperatur
e: -20 °C to 
e
60 °C.
Information on the softwar
e license for this pr
oduct
Softwar
e composition
The softwar
e included in this pr
oduct is comprised of various softwar
e held by 
SHARP or by thir
d parties.
Softwar
e developed by SHARP and/or thir
d part
e components and various r
elevant documents included with this pr
oduct that wer
e developed 
e owned by SHARP and ar
e pr
otected by the Copyright Act, inter
national tr
eaties, and other r
elevant 
laws. This pr
oduct also makes use of fr
eely distributed softwar
e and softwar
e held by thir
parties. 
• 
This TV should be fixed on a wall only with the wall fix bracket available fr
om SHARP (Page 5). The use of other wall 
fix brackets may r
esult in an unstable installation and may cause serious injuries.
• 
Fixing the LCD colour TV r
equir
es special skills and should only be performed by qualified service personnel. 
Customers should not attempt to do the work themselves. SHARP bears no r
esponsibility for impr
oper fixing or 
fixing that r
esults in accident or injury
.
• 
Y
ou can ask qualified service personnel about using an optional bracket to fix the TV on a wall.
• 
To use this TV fixed on a wall, first r
emove the adhesive tape at the two locations on the r
ear of the TV
, and then use the s
cr
ews 
supplied with the wall fix bracket to secur
e the bracket to the r
ear of the TV
.
• 
When you fix the TV on a wall, you should attach the supporting post.
Fixing the TV on a wall
LC-32FH500 
LC-32FH510
9
Operation Manual (Continued)
After selecting Media Player
, the TV loads USB device 
files, and shows the following scr
een:
1
 Pr
essing 
Ż
 buttons you can change between 
dif
fer
ent modes: 
PHOTO
MUSIC
MOVIE
 or 
TEXT
.
Pr
ess 
OK
 to select the option you want to r
epr
oduce.
2
 Pr
ess
 
Ÿ
 
to select the folder wher
you want to sear
ch the files and then pr
ess 
OK
.
 
For selecting the input type of exter
nal equipment
• If no (colour) image is displayed, try changing to 
another signal type.
• Check the operations manual of the exter
nal equipment 
for the signal type.
Connect an USB device to the TV as shown below
.
• Depending on the USB device, the TV may not be 
able to r
ecognise the contained data.
• Use only alphanumeric characters for naming files.
• File names over 80 characters (may vary depending 
on character set) may not be displayed.
• Do not disconnect a USB device or memory car
d fr
om 
the TV while transferring files, using the slide show 
function, when a scr
een is switching to another or 
befor
e you exit “MEDIA PLA
YER” fr
om the “INPUT 
SOURCE” menu.
• Compatibility with USB har
d disc connection.
• Do not connect and disconnect a USB device fr
om 
the TV r
epeatedly
.
Other useful features
 
Input sour
ce settings
Setting when using exter
nal 
devices
SCART 1: 
CVBS, RGB 
SCART 2: 
Y/C, CVBS
MEDIA
 PLA
YER function
Connecting a USB device
(Media Player)
PHOTO mode
Y
ou can r
epr
oduce photos with JPG, JPEG and BMP 
format on your TV
.
Several kinds of r
epr
oduction ar
e possible.
1
 Select 
PHOTO
 mode and pr
ess 
OK
.
2
 Select the file you want to display on full scr
een with
 
Ÿ
 /Ż
 buttons and pr
ess 
OK
 to start the viewing.
Appendix
T
roubleshooting
Pr
oblem
Possible Solution
• No 
power
.
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
B
 on the r
emote contr
ol unit.
If the indicator on the TV lights up r
ed, pr
ess 
B
.
• 
Is the AC cor
d disconnected?
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
a
 on the TV
.
• 
The TV cannot be operated.
• 
Exter
nal influences such as lightning, static electricity
, etc., may cause impr
oper operation. In
 this 
case, operate the TV after first tur
ning of
f the power
, or unplugging the AC cor
d and r
e-plugging 
it in after one or two minutes.
• 
Remote contr
ol unit does not operate.
• 
Ar
e batteries inserted with polarity (
e
f
) aligned?
• 
Ar
e batteries wor
n out? (Replace with new batteries.)
• 
Ar
e you using it under str
ong or fluor
escent lighting?
• 
Is a fluor
escent light illuminating to the r
emote contr
ol sensor?
• 
Pictur
e is cut of
f.
• 
Is the image position corr
ect?
• 
Ar
e scr
een mode adjustments (Aspect ratio) such as pictur
e size made corr
ectly? (Page 20.)
• 
Strange colour
, light colour
, or dark 
colour
, or colour misalignment.
• 
Adjust the pictur
e tone.
• 
Is the r
oom too bright? The pictur
e may look dark in a r
oom that is too bright.
• 
Check the “PICTURE” setting (Page 17).
• 
Power is suddenly tur
ned of
f.
• 
The TV’
s inter
nal temperatur
e has incr
eased.
Remove any objects blocking the vent or clean.
• 
Is the “Sleep T
imer” set? Select “Of
f” fr
om the “TIME” menu (Page 18).
• 
Is “No Signal Of
f” or “No operation Of
f” activated?
• 
No pictur
e.
• 
Ar
e connections to exter
nal equipment corr
ect? (Pages 13, 14 and 15)
• 
Is the input signal type selected corr
ectly after connection? (Page 10)
• 
Is the corr
ect input sour
ce selected? (Page 10)
• 
Is the pictur
e adjustment corr
ect? (Pages 17)
• 
Is the antenna connected pr
operly? (Page 8)
• 
No sound.
• 
Is the volume too low?
• 
Make sur
e that headphones ar
e not connected.
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
e
 on the r
emote contr
ol unit.
• 
The TV sometimes makes a cracking 
sound.
• 
This is not a malfunction. This happens when the cabinet slightly expands and contracts 
accor
ding to changes in temperatur
e. This does not af
fect the TV’
s performance.
Cautions r
egar
ding use in high and low temperatur
e envir
onments
• 
When the TV is used in a low temperatur
e space (e.g. r
oom, of
fice), the pictur
e may leave trails or appear slightly delayed. 
This is not a malfunction, and the TV will r
ecover when the temperatur
e r
etur
ns to normal.
• 
Do not leave the TV in a hot or cold location. Also, do not leave the TV in a location exposed to dir
ect sunlight or near a 
heater
, as this may cause the cabinet to deform and the LCD panel to malfunction.
Storage temperatur
e: -20 °C to 
e
60 °C.
Information on the softwar
e license for this pr
oduct
Softwar
e composition
The softwar
e included in this pr
oduct is comprised of various softwar
e held by 
SHARP or by thir
d parties.
Softwar
e developed by SHARP and/or thir
d part
e components and various r
elevant documents included with this pr
oduct that wer
e developed 
e owned by SHARP and ar
e pr
otected by the Copyright Act, inter
national tr
eaties, and other r
elevant 
laws. This pr
oduct also makes use of fr
eely distributed softwar
e and softwar
e held by thir
parties. 
• 
This TV should be fixed on a wall only with the wall fix bracket available fr
om SHARP (Page 5). The use of other wall 
fix brackets may r
esult in an unstable installation and may cause serious injuries.
• 
Fixing the LCD colour TV r
equir
es special skills and should only be performed by qualified service personnel. 
Customers should not attempt to do the work themselves. SHARP bears no r
esponsibility for impr
oper fixing or 
fixing that r
esults in accident or injury
.
• 
Y
ou can ask qualified service personnel about using an optional bracket to fix the TV on a wall.
• 
To use this TV fixed on a wall, first r
emove the adhesive tape at the two locations on the r
ear of the TV
, and then use the s
cr
ews 
supplied with the wall fix bracket to secur
e the bracket to the r
ear of the TV
.
• 
When you fix the TV on a wall, you should attach the supporting post.
Fixing the TV on a wall
LC-32FH500 
LC-32FH510
9
Operation Manual (Continued)
After selecting Media Player
, the TV loads USB device 
files, and shows the following scr
een:
1
 Pr
essing 
Ż
 buttons you can change between 
dif
fer
ent modes: 
PHOTO
MUSIC
MOVIE
 or 
TEXT
.
Pr
ess 
OK
 to select the option you want to r
epr
oduce.
2
 Pr
ess
 
Ÿ
 
to select the folder wher
you want to sear
ch the files and then pr
ess 
OK
.
 
For selecting the input type of exter
nal equipment
• If no (colour) image is displayed, try changing to 
another signal type.
• Check the operations manual of the exter
nal equipment 
for the signal type.
Connect an USB device to the TV as shown below
.
• Depending on the USB device, the TV may not be 
able to r
ecognise the contained data.
• Use only alphanumeric characters for naming files.
• File names over 80 characters (may vary depending 
on character set) may not be displayed.
• Do not disconnect a USB device or memory car
d fr
om 
the TV while transferring files, using the slide show 
function, when a scr
een is switching to another or 
befor
e you exit “MEDIA PLA
YER” fr
om the “INPUT 
SOURCE” menu.
• Compatibility with USB har
d disc connection.
• Do not connect and disconnect a USB device fr
om 
the TV r
epeatedly
.
Other useful features
 
Input sour
ce settings
Setting when using exter
nal 
devices
SCART 1: 
CVBS, RGB 
SCART 2: 
Y/C, CVBS
MEDIA
 PLA
YER function
Connecting a USB device
(Media Player)
PHOTO mode
Y
ou can r
epr
oduce photos with JPG, JPEG and BMP 
format on your TV
.
Several kinds of r
epr
oduction ar
e possible.
1
 Select 
PHOTO
 mode and pr
ess 
OK
.
2
 Select the file you want to display on full scr
een with
 
Ÿ
 /Ż
 buttons and pr
ess 
OK
 to start the viewing.
Appendix
T
roubleshooting
Pr
oblem
Possible Solution
• No 
power
.
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
B
 on the r
emote contr
ol unit.
If the indicator on the TV lights up r
ed, pr
ess 
B
.
• 
Is the AC cor
d disconnected?
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
a
 on the TV
.
• 
The TV cannot be operated.
• 
Exter
nal influences such as lightning, static electricity
, etc., may cause impr
oper operation. In
 this 
case, operate the TV after first tur
ning of
f the power
, or unplugging the AC cor
d and r
e-plugging 
it in after one or two minutes.
• 
Remote contr
ol unit does not operate.
• 
Ar
e batteries inserted with polarity (
e
f
) aligned?
• 
Ar
e batteries wor
n out? (Replace with new batteries.)
• 
Ar
e you using it under str
ong or fluor
escent lighting?
• 
Is a fluor
escent light illuminating to the r
emote contr
ol sensor?
• 
Pictur
e is cut of
f.
• 
Is the image position corr
ect?
• 
Ar
e scr
een mode adjustments (Aspect ratio) such as pictur
e size made corr
ectly? (Page 20.)
• 
Strange colour
, light colour
, or dark 
colour
, or colour misalignment.
• 
Adjust the pictur
e tone.
• 
Is the r
oom too bright? The pictur
e may look dark in a r
oom that is too bright.
• 
Check the “PICTURE” setting (Page 17).
• 
Power is suddenly tur
ned of
f.
• 
The TV’
s inter
nal temperatur
e has incr
eased.
Remove any objects blocking the vent or clean.
• 
Is the “Sleep T
imer” set? Select “Of
f” fr
om the “TIME” menu (Page 18).
• 
Is “No Signal Of
f” or “No operation Of
f” activated?
• 
No pictur
e.
• 
Ar
e connections to exter
nal equipment corr
ect? (Pages 13, 14 and 15)
• 
Is the input signal type selected corr
ectly after connection? (Page 10)
• 
Is the corr
ect input sour
ce selected? (Page 10)
• 
Is the pictur
e adjustment corr
ect? (Pages 17)
• 
Is the antenna connected pr
operly? (Page 8)
• 
No sound.
• 
Is the volume too low?
• 
Make sur
e that headphones ar
e not connected.
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
e
 on the r
emote contr
ol unit.
• 
The TV sometimes makes a cracking 
sound.
• 
This is not a malfunction. This happens when the cabinet slightly expands and contracts 
accor
ding to changes in temperatur
e. This does not af
fect the TV’
s performance.
Cautions r
egar
ding use in high and low temperatur
e envir
onments
• 
When the TV is used in a low temperatur
e space (e.g. r
oom, of
fice), the pictur
e may leave trails or appear slightly delayed. 
This is not a malfunction, and the TV will r
ecover when the temperatur
e r
etur
ns to normal.
• 
Do not leave the TV in a hot or cold location. Also, do not leave the TV in a location exposed to dir
ect sunlight or near a 
heater
, as this may cause the cabinet to deform and the LCD panel to malfunction.
Storage temperatur
e: -20 °C to 
e
60 °C.
Information on the softwar
e license for this pr
oduct
Softwar
e composition
The softwar
e included in this pr
oduct is comprised of various softwar
e held by 
SHARP or by thir
d parties.
Softwar
e developed by SHARP and/or thir
d part
e components and various r
elevant documents included with this pr
oduct that wer
e developed 
e owned by SHARP and ar
e pr
otected by the Copyright Act, inter
national tr
eaties, and other r
elevant 
laws. This pr
oduct also makes use of fr
eely distributed softwar
e and softwar
e held by thir
parties. 
• 
This TV should be fixed on a wall only with the wall fix bracket available fr
om SHARP (Page 5). The use of other wall 
fix brackets may r
esult in an unstable installation and may cause serious injuries.
• 
Fixing the LCD colour TV r
equir
es special skills and should only be performed by qualified service personnel. 
Customers should not attempt to do the work themselves. SHARP bears no r
esponsibility for impr
oper fixing or 
fixing that r
esults in accident or injury
.
• 
Y
ou can ask qualified service personnel about using an optional bracket to fix the TV on a wall.
• 
To use this TV fixed on a wall, first r
emove the adhesive tape at the two locations on the r
ear of the TV
, and then use the s
cr
ews 
supplied with the wall fix bracket to secur
e the bracket to the r
ear of the TV
.
• 
When you fix the TV on a wall, you should attach the supporting post.
Fixing the TV on a wall
LC-32FH500 
LC-32FH510
9
Operation Manual (Continued)
After selecting Media Player
, the TV loads USB device 
files, and shows the following scr
een:
1
 Pr
essing 
Ż
 buttons you can change between 
dif
fer
ent modes: 
PHOTO
MUSIC
MOVIE
 or 
TEXT
.
Pr
ess 
OK
 to select the option you want to r
epr
oduce.
2
 Pr
ess
 
Ÿ
 
to select the folder wher
you want to sear
ch the files and then pr
ess 
OK
.
 
For selecting the input type of exter
nal equipment
• If no (colour) image is displayed, try changing to 
another signal type.
• Check the operations manual of the exter
nal equipment 
for the signal type.
Connect an USB device to the TV as shown below
.
• Depending on the USB device, the TV may not be 
able to r
ecognise the contained data.
• Use only alphanumeric characters for naming files.
• File names over 80 characters (may vary depending 
on character set) may not be displayed.
• Do not disconnect a USB device or memory car
d fr
om 
the TV while transferring files, using the slide show 
function, when a scr
een is switching to another or 
befor
e you exit “MEDIA PLA
YER” fr
om the “INPUT 
SOURCE” menu.
• Compatibility with USB har
d disc connection.
• Do not connect and disconnect a USB device fr
om 
the TV r
epeatedly
.
Other useful features
 
Input sour
ce settings
Setting when using exter
nal 
devices
SCART 1: 
CVBS, RGB 
SCART 2: 
Y/C, CVBS
MEDIA
 PLA
YER function
Connecting a USB device
(Media Player)
PHOTO mode
Y
ou can r
epr
oduce photos with JPG, JPEG and BMP 
format on your TV
.
Several kinds of r
epr
oduction ar
e possible.
1
 Select 
PHOTO
 mode and pr
ess 
OK
.
2
 Select the file you want to display on full scr
een with
 
Ÿ
 /Ż
 buttons and pr
ess 
OK
 to start the viewing.
Appendix
T
roubleshooting
Pr
oblem
Possible Solution
• No 
power
.
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
B
 on the r
emote contr
ol unit.
If the indicator on the TV lights up r
ed, pr
ess 
B
.
• 
Is the AC cor
d disconnected?
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
a
 on the TV
.
• 
The TV cannot be operated.
• 
Exter
nal influences such as lightning, static electricity
, etc., may cause impr
oper operation. In
 this 
case, operate the TV after first tur
ning of
f the power
, or unplugging the AC cor
d and r
e-plugging 
it in after one or two minutes.
• 
Remote contr
ol unit does not operate.
• 
Ar
e batteries inserted with polarity (
e
f
) aligned?
• 
Ar
e batteries wor
n out? (Replace with new batteries.)
• 
Ar
e you using it under str
ong or fluor
escent lighting?
• 
Is a fluor
escent light illuminating to the r
emote contr
ol sensor?
• 
Pictur
e is cut of
f.
• 
Is the image position corr
ect?
• 
Ar
e scr
een mode adjustments (Aspect ratio) such as pictur
e size made corr
ectly? (Page 20.)
• 
Strange colour
, light colour
, or dark 
colour
, or colour misalignment.
• 
Adjust the pictur
e tone.
• 
Is the r
oom too bright? The pictur
e may look dark in a r
oom that is too bright.
• 
Check the “PICTURE” setting (Page 17).
• 
Power is suddenly tur
ned of
f.
• 
The TV’
s inter
nal temperatur
e has incr
eased.
Remove any objects blocking the vent or clean.
• 
Is the “Sleep T
imer” set? Select “Of
f” fr
om the “TIME” menu (Page 18).
• 
Is “No Signal Of
f” or “No operation Of
f” activated?
• 
No pictur
e.
• 
Ar
e connections to exter
nal equipment corr
ect? (Pages 13, 14 and 15)
• 
Is the input signal type selected corr
ectly after connection? (Page 10)
• 
Is the corr
ect input sour
ce selected? (Page 10)
• 
Is the pictur
e adjustment corr
ect? (Pages 17)
• 
Is the antenna connected pr
operly? (Page 8)
• 
No sound.
• 
Is the volume too low?
• 
Make sur
e that headphones ar
e not connected.
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
e
 on the r
emote contr
ol unit.
• 
The TV sometimes makes a cracking 
sound.
• 
This is not a malfunction. This happens when the cabinet slightly expands and contracts 
accor
ding to changes in temperatur
e. This does not af
fect the TV’
s performance.
Cautions r
egar
ding use in high and low temperatur
e envir
onments
• 
When the TV is used in a low temperatur
e space (e.g. r
oom, of
fice), the pictur
e may leave trails or appear slightly delayed. 
This is not a malfunction, and the TV will r
ecover when the temperatur
e r
etur
ns to normal.
• 
Do not leave the TV in a hot or cold location. Also, do not leave the TV in a location exposed to dir
ect sunlight or near a 
heater
, as this may cause the cabinet to deform and the LCD panel to malfunction.
Storage temperatur
e: -20 °C to 
e
60 °C.
Information on the softwar
e license for this pr
oduct
Softwar
e composition
The softwar
e included in this pr
oduct is comprised of various softwar
e held by 
SHARP or by thir
d parties.
Softwar
e developed by SHARP and/or thir
d part
e components and various r
elevant documents included with this pr
oduct that wer
e developed 
e owned by SHARP and ar
e pr
otected by the Copyright Act, inter
national tr
eaties, and other r
elevant 
laws. This pr
oduct also makes use of fr
eely distributed softwar
e and softwar
e held by thir
parties. 
• 
This TV should be fixed on a wall only with the wall fix bracket available fr
om SHARP (Page 5). The use of other wall 
fix brackets may r
esult in an unstable installation and may cause serious injuries.
• 
Fixing the LCD colour TV r
equir
es special skills and should only be performed by qualified service personnel. 
Customers should not attempt to do the work themselves. SHARP bears no r
esponsibility for impr
oper fixing or 
fixing that r
esults in accident or injury
.
• 
Y
ou can ask qualified service personnel about using an optional bracket to fix the TV on a wall.
• 
To use this TV fixed on a wall, first r
emove the adhesive tape at the two locations on the r
ear of the TV
, and then use the s
cr
ews 
supplied with the wall fix bracket to secur
e the bracket to the r
ear of the TV
.
• 
When you fix the TV on a wall, you should attach the supporting post.
Fixing the TV on a wall
LC-32FH500 
LC-32FH510
9
Operation Manual (Continued)
After selecting Media Player
, the TV loads USB device 
files, and shows the following scr
een:
1
 Pr
essing 
Ż
 buttons you can change between 
dif
fer
ent modes: 
PHOTO
MUSIC
MOVIE
 or 
TEXT
.
Pr
ess 
OK
 to select the option you want to r
epr
oduce.
2
 Pr
ess
 
Ÿ
 
to select the folder wher
you want to sear
ch the files and then pr
ess 
OK
.
 
For selecting the input type of exter
nal equipment
• If no (colour) image is displayed, try changing to 
another signal type.
• Check the operations manual of the exter
nal equipment 
for the signal type.
Connect an USB device to the TV as shown below
.
• Depending on the USB device, the TV may not be 
able to r
ecognise the contained data.
• Use only alphanumeric characters for naming files.
• File names over 80 characters (may vary depending 
on character set) may not be displayed.
• Do not disconnect a USB device or memory car
d fr
om 
the TV while transferring files, using the slide show 
function, when a scr
een is switching to another or 
befor
e you exit “MEDIA PLA
YER” fr
om the “INPUT 
SOURCE” menu.
• Compatibility with USB har
d disc connection.
• Do not connect and disconnect a USB device fr
om 
the TV r
epeatedly
.
Other useful features
 
Input sour
ce settings
Setting when using exter
nal 
devices
SCART 1: 
CVBS, RGB 
SCART 2: 
Y/C, CVBS
MEDIA
 PLA
YER function
Connecting a USB device
(Media Player)
PHOTO mode
Y
ou can r
epr
oduce photos with JPG, JPEG and BMP 
format on your TV
.
Several kinds of r
epr
oduction ar
e possible.
1
 Select 
PHOTO
 mode and pr
ess 
OK
.
2
 Select the file you want to display on full scr
een with
 
Ÿ
 /Ż
 buttons and pr
ess 
OK
 to start the viewing.
Appendix
T
roubleshooting
Pr
oblem
Possible Solution
• No 
power
.
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
B
 on the r
emote contr
ol unit.
If the indicator on the TV lights up r
ed, pr
ess 
B
.
• 
Is the AC cor
d disconnected?
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
a
 on the TV
.
• 
The TV cannot be operated.
• 
Exter
nal influences such as lightning, static electricity
, etc., may cause impr
oper operation. In
 this 
case, operate the TV after first tur
ning of
f the power
, or unplugging the AC cor
d and r
e-plugging 
it in after one or two minutes.
• 
Remote contr
ol unit does not operate.
• 
Ar
e batteries inserted with polarity (
e
f
) aligned?
• 
Ar
e batteries wor
n out? (Replace with new batteries.)
• 
Ar
e you using it under str
ong or fluor
escent lighting?
• 
Is a fluor
escent light illuminating to the r
emote contr
ol sensor?
• 
Pictur
e is cut of
f.
• 
Is the image position corr
ect?
• 
Ar
e scr
een mode adjustments (Aspect ratio) such as pictur
e size made corr
ectly? (Page 20.)
• 
Strange colour
, light colour
, or dark 
colour
, or colour misalignment.
• 
Adjust the pictur
e tone.
• 
Is the r
oom too bright? The pictur
e may look dark in a r
oom that is too bright.
• 
Check the “PICTURE” setting (Page 17).
• 
Power is suddenly tur
ned of
f.
• 
The TV’
s inter
nal temperatur
e has incr
eased.
Remove any objects blocking the vent or clean.
• 
Is the “Sleep T
imer” set? Select “Of
f” fr
om the “TIME” menu (Page 18).
• 
Is “No Signal Of
f” or “No operation Of
f” activated?
• 
No pictur
e.
• 
Ar
e connections to exter
nal equipment corr
ect? (Pages 13, 14 and 15)
• 
Is the input signal type selected corr
ectly after connection? (Page 10)
• 
Is the corr
ect input sour
ce selected? (Page 10)
• 
Is the pictur
e adjustment corr
ect? (Pages 17)
• 
Is the antenna connected pr
operly? (Page 8)
• 
No sound.
• 
Is the volume too low?
• 
Make sur
e that headphones ar
e not connected.
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
e
 on the r
emote contr
ol unit.
• 
The TV sometimes makes a cracking 
sound.
• 
This is not a malfunction. This happens when the cabinet slightly expands and contracts 
accor
ding to changes in temperatur
e. This does not af
fect the TV’
s performance.
Cautions r
egar
ding use in high and low temperatur
e envir
onments
• 
When the TV is used in a low temperatur
e space (e.g. r
oom, of
fice), the pictur
e may leave trails or appear slightly delayed. 
This is not a malfunction, and the TV will r
ecover when the temperatur
e r
etur
ns to normal.
• 
Do not leave the TV in a hot or cold location. Also, do not leave the TV in a location exposed to dir
ect sunlight or near a 
heater
, as this may cause the cabinet to deform and the LCD panel to malfunction.
Storage temperatur
e: -20 °C to 
e
60 °C.
Information on the softwar
e license for this pr
oduct
Softwar
e composition
The softwar
e included in this pr
oduct is comprised of various softwar
e held by 
SHARP or by thir
d parties.
Softwar
e developed by SHARP and/or thir
d part
e components and various r
elevant documents included with this pr
oduct that wer
e developed 
e owned by SHARP and ar
e pr
otected by the Copyright Act, inter
national tr
eaties, and other r
elevant 
laws. This pr
oduct also makes use of fr
eely distributed softwar
e and softwar
e held by thir
parties. 
• 
This TV should be fixed on a wall only with the wall fix bracket available fr
om SHARP (Page 5). The use of other wall 
fix brackets may r
esult in an unstable installation and may cause serious injuries.
• 
Fixing the LCD colour TV r
equir
es special skills and should only be performed by qualified service personnel. 
Customers should not attempt to do the work themselves. SHARP bears no r
esponsibility for impr
oper fixing or 
fixing that r
esults in accident or injury
.
• 
Y
ou can ask qualified service personnel about using an optional bracket to fix the TV on a wall.
• 
To use this TV fixed on a wall, first r
emove the adhesive tape at the two locations on the r
ear of the TV
, and then use the s
cr
ews 
supplied with the wall fix bracket to secur
e the bracket to the r
ear of the TV
.
• 
When you fix the TV on a wall, you should attach the supporting post.
Fixing the TV on a wall
LC-32FH500 
LC-32FH510
9
Operation Manual (Continued)
After selecting Media Player
, the TV loads USB device 
files, and shows the following scr
een:
1
 Pr
essing 
Ż
 buttons you can change between 
dif
fer
ent modes: 
PHOTO
MUSIC
MOVIE
 or 
TEXT
.
Pr
ess 
OK
 to select the option you want to r
epr
oduce.
2
 Pr
ess
 
Ÿ
 
to select the folder wher
you want to sear
ch the files and then pr
ess 
OK
.
 
For selecting the input type of exter
nal equipment
• If no (colour) image is displayed, try changing to 
another signal type.
• Check the operations manual of the exter
nal equipment 
for the signal type.
Connect an USB device to the TV as shown below
.
• Depending on the USB device, the TV may not be 
able to r
ecognise the contained data.
• Use only alphanumeric characters for naming files.
• File names over 80 characters (may vary depending 
on character set) may not be displayed.
• Do not disconnect a USB device or memory car
d fr
om 
the TV while transferring files, using the slide show 
function, when a scr
een is switching to another or 
befor
e you exit “MEDIA PLA
YER” fr
om the “INPUT 
SOURCE” menu.
• Compatibility with USB har
d disc connection.
• Do not connect and disconnect a USB device fr
om 
the TV r
epeatedly
.
Other useful features
 
Input sour
ce settings
Setting when using exter
nal 
devices
SCART 1: 
CVBS, RGB 
SCART 2: 
Y/C, CVBS
MEDIA
 PLA
YER function
Connecting a USB device
(Media Player)
PHOTO mode
Y
ou can r
epr
oduce photos with JPG, JPEG and BMP 
format on your TV
.
Several kinds of r
epr
oduction ar
e possible.
1
 Select 
PHOTO
 mode and pr
ess 
OK
.
2
 Select the file you want to display on full scr
een with
 
Ÿ
 /Ż
 buttons and pr
ess 
OK
 to start the viewing.
Appendix
T
roubleshooting
Pr
oblem
Possible Solution
• No 
power
.
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
B
 on the r
emote contr
ol unit.
If the indicator on the TV lights up r
ed, pr
ess 
B
.
• 
Is the AC cor
d disconnected?
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
a
 on the TV
.
• 
The TV cannot be operated.
• 
Exter
nal influences such as lightning, static electricity
, etc., may cause impr
oper operation. In
 this 
case, operate the TV after first tur
ning of
f the power
, or unplugging the AC cor
d and r
e-plugging 
it in after one or two minutes.
• 
Remote contr
ol unit does not operate.
• 
Ar
e batteries inserted with polarity (
e
f
) aligned?
• 
Ar
e batteries wor
n out? (Replace with new batteries.)
• 
Ar
e you using it under str
ong or fluor
escent lighting?
• 
Is a fluor
escent light illuminating to the r
emote contr
ol sensor?
• 
Pictur
e is cut of
f.
• 
Is the image position corr
ect?
• 
Ar
e scr
een mode adjustments (Aspect ratio) such as pictur
e size made corr
ectly? (Page 20.)
• 
Strange colour
, light colour
, or dark 
colour
, or colour misalignment.
• 
Adjust the pictur
e tone.
• 
Is the r
oom too bright? The pictur
e may look dark in a r
oom that is too bright.
• 
Check the “PICTURE” setting (Page 17).
• 
Power is suddenly tur
ned of
f.
• 
The TV’
s inter
nal temperatur
e has incr
eased.
Remove any objects blocking the vent or clean.
• 
Is the “Sleep T
imer” set? Select “Of
f” fr
om the “TIME” menu (Page 18).
• 
Is “No Signal Of
f” or “No operation Of
f” activated?
• 
No pictur
e.
• 
Ar
e connections to exter
nal equipment corr
ect? (Pages 13, 14 and 15)
• 
Is the input signal type selected corr
ectly after connection? (Page 10)
• 
Is the corr
ect input sour
ce selected? (Page 10)
• 
Is the pictur
e adjustment corr
ect? (Pages 17)
• 
Is the antenna connected pr
operly? (Page 8)
• 
No sound.
• 
Is the volume too low?
• 
Make sur
e that headphones ar
e not connected.
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
e
 on the r
emote contr
ol unit.
• 
The TV sometimes makes a cracking 
sound.
• 
This is not a malfunction. This happens when the cabinet slightly expands and contracts 
accor
ding to changes in temperatur
e. This does not af
fect the TV’
s performance.
Cautions r
egar
ding use in high and low temperatur
e envir
onments
• 
When the TV is used in a low temperatur
e space (e.g. r
oom, of
fice), the pictur
e may leave trails or appear slightly delayed. 
This is not a malfunction, and the TV will r
ecover when the temperatur
e r
etur
ns to normal.
• 
Do not leave the TV in a hot or cold location. Also, do not leave the TV in a location exposed to dir
ect sunlight or near a 
heater
, as this may cause the cabinet to deform and the LCD panel to malfunction.
Storage temperatur
e: -20 °C to 
e
60 °C.
Information on the softwar
e license for this pr
oduct
Softwar
e composition
The softwar
e included in this pr
oduct is comprised of various softwar
e held by 
SHARP or by thir
d parties.
Softwar
e developed by SHARP and/or thir
d part
e components and various r
elevant documents included with this pr
oduct that wer
e developed 
e owned by SHARP and ar
e pr
otected by the Copyright Act, inter
national tr
eaties, and other r
elevant 
laws. This pr
oduct also makes use of fr
eely distributed softwar
e and softwar
e held by thir
parties. 
• 
This TV should be fixed on a wall only with the wall fix bracket available fr
om SHARP (Page 5). The use of other wall 
fix brackets may r
esult in an unstable installation and may cause serious injuries.
• 
Fixing the LCD colour TV r
equir
es special skills and should only be performed by qualified service personnel. 
Customers should not attempt to do the work themselves. SHARP bears no r
esponsibility for impr
oper fixing or 
fixing that r
esults in accident or injury
.
• 
Y
ou can ask qualified service personnel about using an optional bracket to fix the TV on a wall.
• 
To use this TV fixed on a wall, first r
emove the adhesive tape at the two locations on the r
ear of the TV
, and then use the s
cr
ews 
supplied with the wall fix bracket to secur
e the bracket to the r
ear of the TV
.
• 
When you fix the TV on a wall, you should attach the supporting post.
Fixing the TV on a wall
LC-32FH500 
LC-32FH510
9
Operation Manual (Continued)
After selecting Media Player
, the TV loads USB device 
files, and shows the following scr
een:
1
 Pr
essing 
Ż
 buttons you can change between 
dif
fer
ent modes: 
PHOTO
MUSIC
MOVIE
 or 
TEXT
.
Pr
ess 
OK
 to select the option you want to r
epr
oduce.
2
 Pr
ess
 
Ÿ
 
to select the folder wher
you want to sear
ch the files and then pr
ess 
OK
.
 
For selecting the input type of exter
nal equipment
• If no (colour) image is displayed, try changing to 
another signal type.
• Check the operations manual of the exter
nal equipment 
for the signal type.
Connect an USB device to the TV as shown below
.
• Depending on the USB device, the TV may not be 
able to r
ecognise the contained data.
• Use only alphanumeric characters for naming files.
• File names over 80 characters (may vary depending 
on character set) may not be displayed.
• Do not disconnect a USB device or memory car
d fr
om 
the TV while transferring files, using the slide show 
function, when a scr
een is switching to another or 
befor
e you exit “MEDIA PLA
YER” fr
om the “INPUT 
SOURCE” menu.
• Compatibility with USB har
d disc connection.
• Do not connect and disconnect a USB device fr
om 
the TV r
epeatedly
.
Other useful features
 
Input sour
ce settings
Setting when using exter
nal 
devices
SCART 1: 
CVBS, RGB 
SCART 2: 
Y/C, CVBS
MEDIA
 PLA
YER function
Connecting a USB device
(Media Player)
PHOTO mode
Y
ou can r
epr
oduce photos with JPG, JPEG and BMP 
format on your TV
.
Several kinds of r
epr
oduction ar
e possible.
1
 Select 
PHOTO
 mode and pr
ess 
OK
.
2
 Select the file you want to display on full scr
een with
 
Ÿ
 /Ż
 buttons and pr
ess 
OK
 to start the viewing.
Appendix
T
roubleshooting
Pr
oblem
Possible Solution
• No 
power
.
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
B
 on the r
emote contr
ol unit.
If the indicator on the TV lights up r
ed, pr
ess 
B
.
• 
Is the AC cor
d disconnected?
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
a
 on the TV
.
• 
The TV cannot be operated.
• 
Exter
nal influences such as lightning, static electricity
, etc., may cause impr
oper operation. In
 this 
case, operate the TV after first tur
ning of
f the power
, or unplugging the AC cor
d and r
e-plugging 
it in after one or two minutes.
• 
Remote contr
ol unit does not operate.
• 
Ar
e batteries inserted with polarity (
e
f
) aligned?
• 
Ar
e batteries wor
n out? (Replace with new batteries.)
• 
Ar
e you using it under str
ong or fluor
escent lighting?
• 
Is a fluor
escent light illuminating to the r
emote contr
ol sensor?
• 
Pictur
e is cut of
f.
• 
Is the image position corr
ect?
• 
Ar
e scr
een mode adjustments (Aspect ratio) such as pictur
e size made corr
ectly? (Page 20.)
• 
Strange colour
, light colour
, or dark 
colour
, or colour misalignment.
• 
Adjust the pictur
e tone.
• 
Is the r
oom too bright? The pictur
e may look dark in a r
oom that is too bright.
• 
Check the “PICTURE” setting (Page 17).
• 
Power is suddenly tur
ned of
f.
• 
The TV’
s inter
nal temperatur
e has incr
eased.
Remove any objects blocking the vent or clean.
• 
Is the “Sleep T
imer” set? Select “Of
f” fr
om the “TIME” menu (Page 18).
• 
Is “No Signal Of
f” or “No operation Of
f” activated?
• 
No pictur
e.
• 
Ar
e connections to exter
nal equipment corr
ect? (Pages 13, 14 and 15)
• 
Is the input signal type selected corr
ectly after connection? (Page 10)
• 
Is the corr
ect input sour
ce selected? (Page 10)
• 
Is the pictur
e adjustment corr
ect? (Pages 17)
• 
Is the antenna connected pr
operly? (Page 8)
• 
No sound.
• 
Is the volume too low?
• 
Make sur
e that headphones ar
e not connected.
• 
Check if you pr
essed 
e
 on the r
emote contr
ol unit.
• 
The TV sometimes makes a cracking 
sound.
• 
This is not a malfunction. This happens when the cabinet slightly expands and contracts 
accor
ding to changes in temperatur
e. This does not af
fect the TV’
s performance.
Cautions r
egar
ding use in high and low temperatur
e envir
onments
• 
When the TV is used in a low temperatur
e space (e.g. r
oom, of
fice), the pictur
e may leave trails or appear slightly delayed. 
This is not a malfunction, and the TV will r
ecover when the temperatur
e r
etur
ns to normal.
• 
Do not leave the TV in a hot or cold location. Also, do not leave the TV in a location exposed to dir
ect sunlight or near a 
heater
, as this may cause the cabinet to deform and the LCD panel to malfunction.
Storage temperatur
e: -20 °C to 
e
60 °C.
Information on the softwar
e license for this pr
oduct
Softwar
e composition
The softwar
e included in this pr
oduct is comprised of various softwar
e held by 
SHARP or by thir
d parties.
Softwar
e developed by SHARP and/or thir
d part
e components and various r
elevant documents included with this pr
oduct that wer
e developed 
e owned by SHARP and ar
e pr
otected by the Copyright Act, inter
national tr
eaties, and other r
elevant 
laws. This pr
oduct also makes use of fr
eely distributed softwar
e and softwar
e held by thir
parties. 
• 
This TV should be fixed on a wall only with the wall fix bracket available fr
om SHARP (Page 5). The use of other wall 
fix brackets may r
esult in an unstable installation and may cause serious injuries.
• 
Fixing the LCD colour TV r
equir
es special skills and should only be performed by qualified service personnel. 
Customers should not attempt to do the work themselves. SHARP bears no r
esponsibility for impr
oper fixing or 
fixing that r
esults in accident or injury
.
• 
Y
ou can ask qualified service personnel about using an optional bracket to fix the TV on a wall.
• 
To use this TV fixed on a wall, first r
emove the adhesive tape at the two locations on the r
ear of the TV
, and then use the s
cr
ews 
supplied with the wall fix bracket to secur
e the bracket to the r
ear of the TV
.
• 
When you fix the TV on a wall, you should attach the supporting post.
Fixing the TV on a wall
LC-32FH500 
LC-32FH510

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