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LE26R51B LE26R41B LE32R51B LE32R41B LE40R51B
- AFTER SALES SERVICE
- Do not hesitate to contact your retailer or service agent if a change in the performance of your product indicates that a faulty condition may be present.
LE26R51B / LE26R41B / LE32R51B / LE32R41B / LE40R51B
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly, and retain it for future reference.
ON-SCREEN MENUS PC DISPLAY PICTURE IN PICTURE (PIP) TELETEXT
This device is a Class B digital apparatus.
Register your product at www.samsung.com/global/register
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Precautions When Displaying a Still Image
A still image may cause permanent damage to the TV screen.
Digital Ready TV: When you
select the regular screen (4:3) mode to watch an SD-grade digital broadcast (and the set-top box output is 480p).
Although digital broadcasting must be in the wide screen (16:9) HD format, broadcasters sometimes show programs made originally in the regular screen format (4:3) by converting the signals into digital form, in which case the left and right side edges of the screen are cropped. Note : If the borders at the left, right and the center of the screen remain fixed for an extended period of time, the amount of light transmission will also remain varied and as a result the borders may leave traces.
select the wide screen (16:9) mode to watch an SD-grade digital broadcast (and the set-top box output is 1080i).
Do not leave the screen in pause mode for extended periods of time as you may experience temporary or permanent image burn.
Digital Ready TV: When the
TV receives HD-grade signals (and the set-top box output is 1080i).
When you watch a digital HD-grade broadcast on a regular (4:3) TV with the screen size "16:9" or "Panorama" selected, you will be able to watch the program but the top and bottom edges of the screen will be cropped. Note : If the borders at the top, bottom and the center of the screen remain fixed for an extended period of time, the amount of light transmission will also remain varied and as a result the borders may leave traces. Do not leave the screen in pause mode for extended periods of time as you may experience temporary or permanent image burn.
Integrated Digital TV
(Wide-screen): When the TV receives SD-grade (regular) broadcasting signals (receives 480p regular signals).
Digital Ready TV (wide-screen):
digital TV: When the TV receives SD-grade (regular) broadcasting signals (with a set-top box).
When you watch an analog
(regular) broadcast on a wide-screen TV (with the 4:3 screen mode selected).
When you watch a DVD, CD or a
video in wide-screen (21:9) format on a wide-screen (16:9) TV.
When you connect a computer or a game console to the TV and select the 4:3 screen mode.
If you connect a DVD player, computer or a game console to the wide-screen TV and watch a movie or play a game in regular (4:3) or wide (21:9) screen mode, the left and right side edges, or the top and bottom edges of the screen will be cropped. Note : If the borders at the left, right and the center of the screen remain fixed for an extended period of time, the amount of light transmission will also remain varied and as a result the borders may leave traces. Do not leave the screen in pause mode for extended periods of time as you may experience temporary or permanent image burn.
CONNECTING AND PREPARING YOUR TV
Viewing the Control Panel.... Viewing the Connection Panel... - Connecting an Aerial or Cable Television Network.. - Connecting Component Devices (DTV/DVD).. - Connecting External A/V Devices... - SERVICE.... - Connecting Set-Top Box, VCR or DVD... - Connecting HDMI/DVI.... - Connecting Computer.... - Connecting AUDIO.... - Kensington Lock.... Viewing the Remote Control (All Functions Except Teletext).. Viewing the Remote Control (Teletext Functions)... Installing Batteries in the Remote Control... Switching On and Off.... Placing Your Television in Standby Mode... Becoming Familiar with the Remote Control.. Plug and Play.... Choosing Your Language... 35 35
(Power) Press to turn the TV on and off. Power Indicator Blinks and turns off when the power is on and lights up in stand-by mode. Light Detecting Sensor Adjusts brightness of screen automatically by detecting brightness of surrounding environment. This sensor works when Brightness Sensor is on. Remote Control Sensor Aim the remote control towards this spot on the TV. Speakers
Press to change channels. Also press to highlight various items on the on-screen menu. (Without the Remote Control, You can turn on TV by using the Channel buttons.)
Viewing the Connection Panel
Whenever you connect an audio or video system to your set, ensure that all elements are switched off.
Connecting an Aerial or Cable Television Network To view television channels correctly, a signal must be received by the set from one of the following sources: - An outdoor aerial - A cable television network - A satellite network Connecting Component Devices (DTV/DVD) - Connect component video cables to component connector (PR, PB, Y) on the rear of your set and the other ends to corresponding component video out connectors on the DTV or DVD. - If you wish to connect both the Set-Top Box and DTV (or DVD), you should connect the Set-Top Box to the DTV (or DVD) and connect the DTV (or DVD) to component connector (PR, PB, Y) on your set. - The Y, Pb and Pr connectors on your component devices (DTV or DVD) are sometimes labeled Y, B-Y and R-Y or Y, Cb and Cr. - Connect RCA audio cables to R - AUDIO - L on the rear of your set and the other ends to corresponding audio out connectors on the DTV or DVD. Connecting External A/V Devices - Connect RCA or S-VIDEO cable to an appropriate external A/V device such as VCR, DVD or Camcorder. - Connect RCA audio cables to R - AUDIO - L on the rear of your set and the other ends to corresponding audio out connectors on the A/V device. - Headphone may be connected to the headphone output ( ) on the rear of your set. While the headphone is connected, the sound from the built-in speakers will be disabled. SERVICE - Connector for engineer. Connecting Set-Top Box, VCR or DVD - Connect the VCR or DVD SCART cable to the SCART connector of the VCR or DVD. - If you wish to connect both the Set-Top Box and VCR (or DVD), you should connect the Set-Top Box to the VCR (or DVD) and connect the VCR (or DVD) to your set. Input/Output Specification
Input Connector SCART 1 (EXT 1) SCART 2 (EXT 2) Video Audio (R/L) S-Video RGB Output Video+Audio (R/L) Only TV Out Monitor Out (TV/Ext. 1/Ext. 2/AV/S-VHS)
Connecting HDMI/DVI - Supports connections between HDMI-connection-enabled AV devices (set top boxes, DVD players, AV receivers and digital TVs). - No sound connection is needed for an HDMI to HDMI connection. What is HDMI? - HDMI, or high-definition multimedia interface, is a next-generation interface that enables the transmission of digital audio and video signals using a single cable without compression. - Multimedia interface is a more accurate name for it especially because it allows multiple channels of digital audio (5.1 channels).The difference between HDMI and DVI is that the HDMI device is smaller in size, has the HDCP (High Bandwidth Digital Copy Protection) coding feature installed, and supports multi - channel digital audio. - Use the HDMI/DVI terminal for DVI connection to an extended device. You should use the DVI-to-HDMI cable or DVI-HDMI Adapter for the connection, and the R - AUDIO - L terminal on DVI for sound output. Connecting Computer Connect the D- Sub cable to PC (PC IN) on the rear of your set and the other end to the Video Card of your computer. Connect the stereo audio cable to AUDIO (PC IN) on the rear of your set and the other end to Audio Out of the sound card on your computer.
Connecting AUDIO Connect RCA audio cables to R - AUDIO - L on the rear of your set and the other ends to corresponding audio in connectors on the Amplifier or DVD Home Theater.
Speaker RF Internal Mute Off Internal Mute On Video No Signal Speaker Output Mute Mute SCART2 Out & Audio Out Scart, AV, S-Video Component, PC, HDMI RF Speaker Output Mute Mute Speaker Output Mute Mute Sound Output Sound Output Mute Scart, AV, S-Video Component, PC, HDMI Sound Output Sound Output Sound Output Sound Output Sound Output Sound Output
Kensington Lock Refer to Using the Anti-Theft Kensington Lock on page 61.
< LE32R51B / LE32R41B >
< LE26R51B / LE26R41B / LE40R51B >
Viewing the Remote Control (All Functions Except Teletext)
Television Standby button (Refer to page 11) Picture-In-Picture On / Off (Refer to pages 31-32) Picture freeze (Refer to page 25) Automatic Power-off (Refer to page 41)
Number buttons for direct channel access
DNIe Demo On/Off (Refer to page 27)
Temporary sound switch-off (Refer to page 34) -Volume increase -Volume decrease (Refer to page 33) Selects the TV mode directly Menu display and change confirmation (Refer to page 12)
Available source selection (Refer to page 46) -Next channel -Previous channel (Refer to page 12) Use to see information on the current broadcast. (Refer to page 40) Exit the OSD
Control the cursor in the menu (Refer to page 12) Sound effect selection (Refer to page 35) Sound mode selection (Refer to page 34) Use to store and delete channels to/from memory. (Refer to page 18) Press to automatically store selected TV/cable channels. (Refer to page 15) PIP FUNCTIONS (Refer to pages 31~32) SOURCE : Input source selection SWAP : Interchange the main and sub picture SIZE : PIP size selection POSITION : PIP position selection SRS TSXT selection (Refer to page 36) Picture effect selection (Refer to page 22) Picture size selection (Refer to page 25) Selects the PC mode directly (Refer to page 48)
When your remote does not work, change the batteries and press the RESET button for 2-3 seconds before use.
The performance of the remote control may be affected by bright light.
Viewing the Remote Control (Teletext Functions)
Teletext display/mix both teletext information and the normal broadcast
Teletext sub page Teletext cancel
Teletext hold P P : Teletext next page : Teletext previous page
Teletext mode selection (LIST/FLOF)
Exit from the teletext display Teletext index
Teletext size selection
Teletext Function : Refer to pages 52-54 for details
Installing Batteries in the Remote Control
Slide the cover out completely. Install two AAA size batteries. Make sure to match the + and ends of the batteries with the diagram inside the compartment.
Replace the cover. Remove the batteries and store them in a cool, dry place if you wont be using the remote control for a long time. The remote control can be used up to about 23 feet from the TV. (Assuming typical TV usage, the batteries last for about one year.) If the remote control doesnt work! Check the following: 1. Is the TV power on? 2. Are the plus and minus ends of the batteries reversed? 3. Are the batteries drained? 4. Is there a power cut, or is the power cord unplugged? 5. Is there a special fluorescent light or a neon sign nearby?
Switching On and Off
The mains lead is attached to the rear of your set. If you purchased this set in the United Kingdom, refer to page 65 for further instructions on plug wiring.
Press the or button to select Add/Delete. Press the ENTER button. Result: The state of the current channel is displayed. button to select channel that you wish to
Press the / add or delete. Result:
If the channel that you wish to edit is not in memory, the Add is selected and displayed. Otherwise, if the channel that you wish to edit is in memory, the Delete is selected and displayed. button to add or delete channel.
Press the MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each channel to be added or deleted. You can also add or delete channel by simply pressing the ADD/DEL button on remote control.
Sorting the Stored Channels
You can exchange the numbers of two channels, in order to: Modify the numeric order in which the channels have been automatically stored. Give easily remembered numbers to the channels that you watch most often.
Press the or button to select Sort. Press the ENTER button. Result: The Prog., Ch. and Name are displayed.
Select the channel number that you wish to change by pressing the or button repeatedly. Press the ENTER button. Result: The selected channel number and name are moved to right side.
Press the or button to move to the position in which you would like to change and then press the ENTER button. Result: The selected channel is exchanged with the one previously stored to the chosen number.
Repeat steps 4 to 5 for another channel to be sorted.
Assigning Channels Names
Channel names will be assigned automatically when channel information is broadcast. These names can be changed, allowing you to assign new names.
Press the or button to select Name. Press the ENTER button. Result: The current Prog., Ch. and Name are displayed.
If necessary, select the channel to be assigned to a new name by pressing the or button. Press the ENTER button. Result: The selection bar is displayed around the name box. Then. Press the Press the Press the or button
To. Select a letter, number or symbol Move on the next letter Move back the previous letter Confirm the name
Press the or button to reach the required setting. Press the ENTER button. When you are satisfied with the setting, press the MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing. Each adjusted setting will be stored separately according to its input mode. The Tint is "inactivated" as following cases. Analog mode (RF, Scart, Video, S-Video) In case of an input signal setting to PAL-50, PAL-CN, and SECAM. Component, DVI, and HDMI mode In case of an input signal setting to 60HZ; 480i, 480p, 720p @60Hz, 1080i @60Hz.
Changing the Colour Tone
You can select the most comfortable colour tone to your eye.
Press the or button to select Colour Tone and press the ENTER button. Select the required option by pressing the or button repeatedly. Press the ENTER button. Result: The following options are available: Cool2 - Cool1 - Normal - Warm1 - Warm2
Resetting the Picture Settings to the Factory Defaults
You can return to the factory defaults picture settings.
The options available in the Mode group are displayed. or buttons to select Reset, then press the button.
Press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.
Changing the Picture Size
You can select the picture size which best corresponds to your viewing requirements.
The options available in the Picture group are displayed. button. button to select Size and press the ENTER or button
Press the ENTER Press the button. or
Select the required option by pressing the repeatedly. Press the ENTER button. Result:
The following options are available: Auto Wide - Wide - Panorama - Zoom - 4:3 Zoom : Magnifies the 16:9 wide picture (in the vertical direction) to fit the screen size. Select by pressing the or button. Use the or button to move the picture up and down. After selecting , use the or button to magnify or reduce the picture size in the vertical direction. You can select these options by simply pressing the P.SIZE (Picture Size) button on the remote control. In PC Mode, only Wide and 4:3 mode can be adjusted. If you press P.SIZE (Picture Size) button when PIP is set to on, PIP function will be cancelled and the picture size will be changed.
Press the MUTE Result:
The sound is switched off and Mute is displayed.
When you wish to turn the sound back on, press the MUTE button again or either of the volume buttons. Result: The sound comes back on at the same volume as before and the Mute indication disappears.
Selecting the Sound Mode
You can set the sound mode by pressing the "DUAL" button. When you press it, the current sound mode is displayed on the screen.
Audio Type Mono FM Stereo Stereo Dual Mono Stereo NICAM Stereo Dual
DUAL 1/2 MONO STEREO DUAL 1 MONO DUAL 2
Default Automatic change DUAL 1 Automatic change
MONO MONO MONO STEREO DUAL 1
If the receiving conditions deteriorate, listening will be easier if the mode is set to Mono. If the stereo signal is weak and automatic switching occurs, switch to Mono.
Changing the Sound Standard
You can select the type of the special sound effect to be used when watching a given broadcast.
The main menu is displayed. or button to select Sound.
The options available in the Sound group are displayed. button. button again.
The Mode is selected. button
Select the required sound effect by pressing the or repeatedly and then press the ENTER button. Result:
The following sound effects are available: Standard - Music - Movie - Speech - Custom
When you are satisfied with the setting, press the MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing. You can also select these options by simply pressing the S.MODE (Sound Mode) button on the remote control.
Adjusting the Sound Settings
The sound settings can be adjusted to suit your personal preferences.
The options available in the Sound group are displayed. button. or button and then press or button.
Select Equalizer by pressing the the ENTER button.
Select the required option by pressing the
Press the or button to reach the required setting. Press the ENTER button. When you are satisfied with the setting, press the MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing. If you make any changes to these settings, the Sound Mode is automatically switched to Custom.
Setting the TruSurround XT (SRS TSXT)
TruSurround XT is a patented SRS technology that solves the problem of playing 5.1 multichannel content over two speakers. TruSurround delivers a compelling,virtual surround sound experience through any two-speaker playback system, including internal television speakers. It is fully compatible with all multichannel formats.
The options available in the Sound group are displayed. button.
Press the or button to select SRS TSXT and then press the ENTER button. Select the required option by pressing the Press the ENTER button. Result: or button.
The sources are displayed in the following order: Off - 3D Mono - Stereo
Press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing. You can also set these options simply by pressing the SRS button on remote control.
TruSurround XT, SRS and symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc. TruSurround XT technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc.
Adjusting the Volume Automatically
Each broadcasting station has its own signal conditions, and so it is not easy for you to adjust the volume every time the channel is changed. This feature let you automatically adjust the volume of the desired channel by lowering the sound output when the modulation signal is high or by raising the sound output when the modulation signal is low.
Press the or button to select Sound. Press the ENTER button. Result: The options available in the Sound group are displayed.
Press the or button to select Auto Volume. Press the ENTER button. Press the or button to select On. Press the ENTER button. Press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.
You can connect a set of headphones to your set if you wish to watch a TV programme without disturbing the other people in the room. Plug a set of headphones into the 3.5mm mini-jack socket on the rear panel of the set. The sound is heard through the headphones. Result: For further details on how to set your headphone preferences, refer to the section below. When you insert the head set jack into the corresponding port, you can operate only SRS TSXT, Internal Mute and Sound Select (in PIP mode) in Sound menu. Prolonged use of headphones at a high volume may damage your hearing. You will not receive sound from the speakers when you connect headphones to the system.
Selecting the Internal Mute
If you want to hear the sound through separate speakers, cancel the internal amplifier.
The following options are available: Ext.1 - Ext.2 - AV - S-Video - Component - PC - HDMI button. or button
Select the required device by pressing the repeatedly. Press the ENTER button. Result:
The following options are available: ---- - VCR - DVD - D-VHS - Cable STB - HD STB Satellite STB - AV Receiver - DVD Receiver - Game Camcorder - DVD Combo - DHR - PC
When you are satisfied with the setting, press the MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing. DHR: DVD HDD Recorder
Viewing Pictures from External Sources
Once you have connected up your various audio and video systems, you can view the different sources by selecting the appropriate input.
Check that all the necessary connections have been made. Press the SOURCE button. Result: The edited device and audio status are displayed on topleft of the set.
Press the SOURCE button until the required input source is selected. If you change the external source while viewing, pictures might take a short period of time to be switched. TV mode can be selected by pressing the TV or / button on the remote control but you cannot select it by pressing the SOURCE button.
Setting up Your PC Software (Based on Windows XP)
The Windows display-settings for a typical computer are shown below. But the actual screens on your PC will probably be different, depending upon your particular version of Windows and your particular video card. But even if your actual screens look different, the same, basic set-up information will apply in almost all cases. (If not, contact your computer manufacturer or Samsung Dealer.)
First, click on Control Panel on the Windows start menu.
When the control panel window appears, click on Appearance and Themes and a display dialog-box will appear.
When the control panel window appears, click on Display and a display dialog-box will appear.
Navigate to the Settings tab on the display dialog-box. The correct size setting (resolution) - 1360 x 768 @ 60 Hz If a vertical-frequency option exists on your display settings dialog box, the correct value is 60 or 60 Hz. Otherwise, just click OK and exit the dialog box. *See Display Modes on page 63.
Adjusting the PC Screen Automatically
Auto adjustment allows the PC screen of set to self-adjust to the incoming PC video signal. The values of fine, coarse and position are adjusted automatically. Press the PC button on the remote control to select the PC mode.
Press the or button to select PC. Press the ENTER button. Result: The options available in the PC menu are displayed.
Press the or button to select Auto Adjustment. Press the ENTER button. Result: The screen quality and position are automatically adjusted.
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Coarse and Fine Tuning of the Image
The purpose of picture quality adjustment is to remove or reduce picture noise. If the noise is not removed by Fine-tuning alone, then adjust the frequency as best as possible (coarse) and Fine-tune again. After the noise has been reduced, re-adjust the picture so that it is aligned on the center of screen. Press the PC button on the remote control to select the PC mode.
Press the or button to select PC. Press the ENTER button. Result: The options available in the PC menu are displayed. button again.
The Image Lock menu is selected.
Press the or button to select Coarse or Fine. Press the ENTER button. Result: The horizontal bar is displayed.
Press the or button to adjust the screen quality. Press the ENTER button. Vertical stripes may appear or the picture may become blurry. When you are satisfied with the settings, press the MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.
Changing the Image Position
Press the PC button on the remote control to select the PC mode.
Press the or button to select Position. Press the ENTER button. Result: You can adjust the image Position.
Press the or button to adjust horizontal position. Press the or button to adjust vertical position. Press the ENTER button. Press the MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.
Initializing the Image Settings
You can replace all image settings with the factory default values. Press the PC button on the remote control to select the PC mode.
Press the or button to select Image Reset. Press the ENTER button. Result: You can initialize all image setting to the factory default values.
Press the MENU button to return to the previous menu or press the EXIT button to return to normal viewing.
Most set channels carry teletext , pages of written information that provide information such as: Television programme times. News bulletins and Weather forecasts. Sports results. Subtitles for the hard of hearing. The teletext pages are organized according to six categories:
Part A B C D E F Contents Selected page number. Broadcasting station identity. Current page number or search status. Date and time. Text. Status information.
Displaying the Teletext Information
You can display teletext information at any time, but signal reception must be good. Otherwise: Information may be missing. Some pages may not be displayed. To activate the teletext mode and display the contents page:
Using the ( ) or teletext service. Press the TTX/MIX ( Result: /
) button, select the channel providing the ) button to activate the teletext mode.
The contents page is displayed. It can be redisplayed at any time by pressing the MENU ( ) button. / ) button again.
Press the TTX/MIX ( Result:
The screen will split into two. This Double Teletext feature lets you view the actual broadcast and teletext information separately on the screen. / ) button again.
The actual broadcast will be displayed simultaneously with the teletext page on the screen. ) button.
To return to normal viewing, press the PIP ( Press the TV(
) button again to exit from the Text display.
If any broken character appears while Text is being viewed, make sure that the Text language is identical with the language in the Setup menu mode. If both languages are different, select the same language with the Text language on the Setup menu.
Selecting a Specific Teletext Page
Press the number buttons on the remote control to enter the page number directly:
Enter the three-digit page number listed in the contents by pressing the corresponding numeric buttons. Result: The current page counter is incremented and the page is then displayed.
If the selected page is linked with several secondary pages, the secondary pages are displayed in sequence. To freeze the display on a given page, press the PRE-CH ( ). Press the PRE-CH ( ) button again to resume. Using the various display options: To display. Both teletext information and the normal broadcast Hidden text (answers to quiz games, for example) The normal screen A secondary page, by entering its 4-digit number The next page The previous page Double-size letters in the: Upper half of the screen Lower half of the screen Normal screen Press the. TTX/MIX ( INFO ( INFO ( SLEEP ( Page Up ( ) ) again ) ) ) / )
Page Down ( SIZE ( Once Twice )
Blurred or snowy picture, distorted sound Remote control malfunctions
Check signal cable. message is displayed. On PC mode, Not Supported Mode. message is displayed. The image is too light or too dark. On PC mode, horizontal bars appear to flicker, jitter or shimmer on the image. On PC mode, vertical bars appear to flicker, jitter or shimmer on the image. On PC mode, screen is black and power indicator light blinks every 1 second. On PC mode, image is not stable and may appear to vibrate.
On PC mode, image is not centered on the screen.
Adjust the horizontal and vertical position.
The TFT LCD panel uses a panel consisting of sub pixels (3,147,264) which require sophisticated technology to produce. However, there may be few bright or dark pixels on the screen. These pixels will have no impact on the performance of the product.
Installing the Wall Mount Kit (LE26R51B, LE26R41B)
This installation is to be used when attaching the wall mount to a concrete wall. When attaching to other building materials, please contact your nearest dealer.
Components (Sold separately)
M4 X L15
M4 X L20
Wood Screw: 4EA
How to assemble the Wall Mount Bracket
1 Mark the location of hole on the wall. Drill a hole of 35mm depth on the marked location. Fix anchors on each hole on the wall. Connect wall-bracket to the wall with wood screws after fitting anchors into the wall-bracket.
Note: If the bracket is not firmly fixed to the wall, LCD TV can fall off.
2 Turn the power off and unplug the power cord from the outlet. Place the TV faced down on a soft cloth or cushion on a table. Remove the four screws from the back of the TV. Separate the stand from the TV. Cover the bottom hole with a cap Attach the set-bracket onto the rear side of the TV set and secure the screws
Insert three Hangers of the set-bracket into the grooves of the wall-bracket Fix set-bracket and wall-bracket with screws.
Note: Before installing the set on the wall, connect the cables to the set first.
Installing the Wall Mount Kit (LE32R51B, LE32R41B, LE40R51B)
M6 X L14
M4 X L25
M4 X L8
Wood Screw: 7EA
Installing the Stand (LE26R51B, LE26R41B, LE32R51B, LE32R41B)
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