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INTERNET READY

HDTV Guide

INTERNET APPLICATIONS ON YOUR HDTV!
Use your Sanyo HDTV to enjoy internet based content directly on your television through the use of an internet connection. Access on-screen links to get the latest weather information, sports, news, stock updates and content services such as the VUDU, Netflix, and Pandora apps.
NOTE: The use of a PC is needed to create and setup your content service accounts.

DP47460

INTERNET READY HDTV GUIDE CONTENTS
DISCLAIMER.2 SETTING UP TO YOUR HOME NETWORK Wireless LAN Connection.3 Wired LAN Connection.5 Checking your HDTVs Network Connection.6 Glossary.8 Remote Control.10 Sanyo Net Apps.11 VUDU SERVICE Account setup.12 VUDU FAQ.13 NETFLIX SERVICE Account setup.15 Netflix FAQ.16 PANDORA SERVICE Account setup.17 Pandora FAQ.18

WHAT YOU NEED

Internet-ready Sanyo HDTV WiFi USB dongle or Ethernet cable Modem and/or Router (with wireless capabilities in order to use WiFi USB dongle) ISP (Internet Service Provider) w/broadband internet service of 1.5Mbps or higher.
Need assistance? Visit our Web site at

www.sanyoctv.com

IMPORTANT NOTE
If the HDTV is to be returned or given away, please DEACTIVATE the content services through the Deactivation menu. Failure in doing so will keep your HDTV as an active device for downloadable content from the different services. Although your personal information will be safe, the HDTV will still be able to download and stream content registered to your account or accounts. Please read the Owners Manual and Internet Ready HDTV Guide carefully for more useful information.

or call toll free

1-877-864-9604 We can Help!

IP Software Upgrade

To get the most from your TV Internet functions you need to get the latest software upgrade by completing your network connection setup from your TV to the Internet. For proper procedure follow the instructions in the green IP Software Upgrade Procedures sheet.

Part No. 1JC6P1P0382-

IMPORTANT NOTICE RELATING TO NETWORK AND OTHER SERVICES
All content and services accessible through this device belong to third parties and are protected by copyright, patent, trademark and/or other intellectual property laws. Such content and services are provided solely for your personal noncommercial use. You may not use any content or services in a manner that has not been authorized by the content owner or service provider. Without limiting the foregoing, unless expressly authorized by the applicable content owner or service provider, you may not copy, upload, post, transmit, translate, sell, modify, create derivative works, or distribute in any manner or medium any content or services displayed through this device. YOU EXPRESSLY ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT THE DEVICE AND ALL THIRD PARTY CONTENT AND SERVICES ARE PROVIDED AS IS WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. SANYO EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS WITH RESPECT TO ANY CONTENT AND SERVICES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, OF SATISFACTORY QUALITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND NON-INFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS. SANYO DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE ACCURACY, VALIDITY, TIMELINESS, LEGALITY, OR COMPLETENESS OF ANY CONTENT OR SERVICE MADE AVAILABLE THROUGH THIS DEVICE AND DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE DEVICE OR SERVICES WILL MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS, OR THAT OPERATION OF THE DEVICE OR SERVICES WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERRORFREE. FURTHER, SANYO DOES NOT GUARANTEE OR WARRANT ANY PROMISES, WARRANTYS, OBLIGATIONS, OR OTHER STATEMENTS MADE BY ANY THIRD PARTY. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES, INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE, SHALL SANYO BE LIABLE, WHETHER IN CONTRACT OR TORT, FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF, ANY INFORMATION CONTAINED IN, OR ANY CONTENT OR SERVICE ACCESSED BY YOU OR ANY THIRD PARTY, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. Third party services may be changed, suspended, removed, terminated or interrupted, or access may be disabled at any time, without notice, and SANYO makes no representation or warranty that any content or service will remain available for any period of time. Any and all charges assessed by any third party, regardless of the reason and/or validity of said charge, shall be your sole responsibility. Content and services are transmitted by third parties by means of networks and transmission facilities over which SANYO has no control. SANYO may impose limits on the use of or access to certain services or content, in any case and without notice or liability. SANYO EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY RESPONSIBILITY OR LIABILITY FOR ANY CHANGE, INTERRUPTION, DISABLING, REMOVAL OF OR SUSPENSION OF ANY CONTENT OR SERVICE MADE AVAILABLE THROUGH THIS DEVICE. SANYO is neither responsible nor liable for customer service related to the content and services. Any question or request for service relating to the content or services should be made directly to the respective content and service providers.

Need help?

1-877-864-9604
SETTING UP TO YOUR HOME NETWORK _______________
WIRELESS LAN (LOCAL AREA NETWORK) CONNECTION
Enable your HDTVs network connection by hooking up the supplied WiFi USB dongle to any of the two USB ports on your HDTV. (For a Wired connection with an Ethernet
cable please see page 5.)

AUDIO (DVI)

WiFi USB dongle

NETWORK SELECTION SCREEN

SCANNING FOR ACCESS POINTS
1. Turn on your HDTV and press the MENU key.

HDTV SIDE PANEL

2. Use the CURSORLM keys to select the Setup option from the main menu and press ENTER.
ACCESS POINT SCREEN (SCAN ACCESS POINTS)
3. Select the Network option and press ENTER. 4. Select the Wireless option and press ENTER. 5. Select Scan Access Points and press ENTER to look for a wireless LAN.
NOTE: The Access Point with stronger signal appears higher in the list.
6. Press the CURSOR M key to highlight Select Network and press ENTER. 7. Select the Access Point for the wireless network you wish to connect to and press ENTER. 8. Choose the networks type of security protocol and press ENTER. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete your HDTVs setup to the wireless network. After completing the wireless network setup check your TVs network connection by performing a Connect Test (see page 6.)
ACCESS POINT SCREEN (SELECT NETWORK)

SECURITY PROTOCOL SCREEN

WIRELESS LAN CONNECTION (CONTINUED) SCANNING FOR A SPECIFIC ACCESS POINT
1. Turn on your HDTV and press the MENU key. 2. Use the CURSORLM keys to select the Setup option from the main menu and press ENTER. 3. Select the Network option and press ENTER. 4. Select the Wireless option and press ENTER. 5. Select Manual Entry and press ENTER.
NOTE: The Access Point with stronger signal appears higher in the list. ACCESS POINT SCREEN (MANUAL ENTRY)
6. Press the CURSOR L key to highlight Access Point name entry box and press ENTER. 7. Use the on-screen keyboard layout to enter the name of the wireless network (or Access Point) that you wish to connect to. When name has been input, select the Enter option and press ENTER. 8. Choose the networks type of security protocol and press ENTER. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete your HDTVs setup to the wireless network. After completing the wireless network setup check your TVs network connection by performing a Connect Test (see page 6.)

MANUAL ENTRY SCREEN

KEYBOARD FOR MANUAL ENTRY SCREEN

WIRED LAN CONNECTION

Enable your HDTVs network connection by hooking up the TV to the Modem or Router with the use of an Ethernet cable.
DIRECT CONNECTION TO MODEM
Connect the HDTVs Ethernet port to your Internet Service Providers modem.
NOTE: Make sure your modem is correctly hooked up to its modem port on the wall.
WALL PORT* ISP MODEM HDTV SIDE PANEL
* Actual type of connection from your wall port to the Internet Service Providers modem may vary. Please check your modems owners manual for proper setup.
CONNECTION THROUGH A ROUTER
If your internet connection is being shared to multiple devices with the use of a router, you may hook up your HDTV to an available slot on your router or IP sharer.
NOTE: Make sure your router and modem are correctly hooked up and turned on.
WALL PORT* ISP MODEM ROUTER HDTV SIDE PANEL
After hooking up your HDTV to the Modem and/or Router check your TVs network connection by performing a Connect Test (see page 6.)
CHECKING YOUR HDTVS NETWORK CONNECTION
Please follow these simple steps to verify your HDTVs communication with your LAN (Local Area Network.) 1. Turn on your HDTV and press the MENU key. 2. Use the CURSOR keys to select the Setup option from the main menu and press ENTER. 3. Select the Network option and press ENTER. 4. Select your type of connection (Wired or Wireless) and press ENTER. 5. Select Connect Test and press ENTER. This connect test will verify if in fact your HDTV is correctly setup to your Network.
NOTE: If connect test fails when using a Router, please connect HDTV directly to Modem and repeat the process, if successful, try once more through router. WIRED SCREEN

MANUAL CONFIGURATION

A manual configuration might be needed to setup your IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway and DNS Server. If such is the case, please follow these steps: 1. From the main menu select Setup and press ENTER. 2. Select Network and press ENTER. 3. Select your type of connection (Wired or Wireless) and press ENTER. 4. Select Setting Mode and press ENTER. 5. Select Manual and press ENTER. 4. Select the desired parameter and press ENTER. 5. Use the CURSOR keys or the NUMERICAL keys on your remote to input the correct sets of numbers and press ENTER. 6. When finished, press the MENU key to return to the previous screen. 7. Select Connect Test and press ENTER so your HDTV may verify connectivity to the LAN.

WIRELESS SCREEN

CONNECT TEST SCREEN
MANUAL SETTING SCREEN* * Sample values used as reference only
ON SCREEN MENU OPERATION _____________________

SETUP > Information

This menu allows you the check your HDTVs Software Version, ESN, MAC Address, and the Deactivation option.

Software version

Select this option to view your HDTVs software version number.
Select this option to view your HDTVs Electronic Serial Number and the Netflix Electronic Serial Number.

MAC ADDRESS SCREEN

MAC Address and MAC Address (Wireless)
Select this option to view your HDTVs unique assigned address number.

Deactivation

This feature permits turning off the content services such as Netflix and VUDU apps on your HDTV. Use the CURSOR LM keys to select Deactivation and press ENTER. Select the content service which youd like to deactivate and press ENTER. If you are certain you wish to deactivate the selected content service select Yes and press ENTER.
Deactivation is an important process if you wish for your HDTV to no longer allow downloads and streaming using your accounts from the different Content Services.

DEACTIVATION SCREENS

GLOSSARY
Bandwidth: Digital bandwidth, network bandwidth or just bandwidth is a measure of available or consumed data communication resources expressed in bit/s (bits per second) or multiples of it (kbit/s, Mbit/s, etc.) Buffer: Memory used to temporarily hold data. In streaming, the buffer allows content to continue playing uninterrupted during minor fluctuations in band width. If the buffer runs our before the connection stabilizes, the stream will have to rebuffer, or pause to allow the buffer to refill. Codec: A codec is a device or program capable of performing encoding and decoding on a digital data stream or signal. DHCP: Dynamic Host Control Protocol, DHCP, is a protocol where a DHCP server on a network hands out IP address automatically to devices that request one. Dolby Digital: Dolby Digital, or AC-3, is the common version containing up to six discrete channels of sound, with five channels for normal-range speakers. Dolby Digital Plus: Dolby Digital Plus (DD+ or E-AC-3 (Enhanced AC-3)), is a digital audio compression scheme. E-AC-3 has a number of improvements aimed at increasing quality at a given bitrate compared with legacy Dolby Digital (AC-3). Ethernet: A way of connecting equipment together in a local area network or LAN. Ethernet cables look like thick telephone cables and connect computers and other internet ready devices together or to devices like modems, routers, switches, etc. Physically the Ethernet cable consists of twisted pair copper cables (usually Cat-5 or Cat6 in home networks) terminated with RJ-45 connectors. H.264: H.264 is a state-of-the-art digital encoding format for high definition video and provides powerful compression technology that delivers a superior video experience at a low bit rate. HDMI: High-Definition Multimedia Interface. A connection type that transmits uncompressed digital video and audio signals between devices, such as: a Blu-ray Disc player and HDTV. HDMI connections process a special authorization signal between the equipment and use HDCP to encrypt the transmission. Hub: Similar to a switch except that traffic from one connection point is broadcast to all others. Internet: The internet is a global system of interconnected computer networks that use the standard Internet Protocol Suite (TCP/IP) to serve billions of users worldwide. It carries a vast array of information resources and services, most notably the inter-linked hypertext documents of the World Wide Web (WWW) and the infrastructure to support electronic mail. IP Address: Internet Protocol Address. An IP address is numerical sets of numbers consisting of four (4) blocks of up to three (3) digits each in the range of 0 to 254. Every device on a network must have its own unique IP address. For LANs there are special sets of IPs that are used. These consist of the following blocks: 10.x.x.x where x = a number from 0 to 254. ISP: An Internet Service Provider (ISP), usually for a monthly subscription fee, will allow a user to connect to the Internet. Some ISPs directly put their users on the Internet, while others will send a connection through its or a different companys servers. LAN: Local Area Network A high speed data network installed in a small area such as a home or office. Multiple devices can be connected to share information and the Internet. LANs can be wired (by Ethernet cable) or wireless (Wi-Fi) Media Streaming: The process of receiving and playing back audio, video, and photos in real time from a remote source over the Internet. Examples of media streaming include: Videos on demand, Internet radio stations, Music services, and Photostreams.

Modem: The word modem is actually short for Modulator/Demodulator. A modem is a communications device that can be either internal or external to our computer. It allows a computer or a network of computers to connect to the Internet. The original dial-up modems are becoming obsolete because of their slow speeds, and are being replaced by much faster cable and DSL modems. MP3: MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3, more commonly referred to as MP3, is a patented digital audio encoding format using a form of lossy data compression. It is a common audio format for consumer audio storage, as well as a de facto standard of digital audio compression for the transfer and playback of music on digital audio players. NOTE: PANDORA uses MP3 for the Sanyo HDTV. Net Remote: Net Remote is the feature of sending remote control commands to a VUDU client device over direct Ethernet network connection. For example: from your home PC, laptop, networked PDA, universal programmable IP capable remote control device, etc. The feature is mainly meant to support integrations of the VUDU box into the home theater setups. Powerline: A technology that allows for the creation of a broadband data network over standard home electrical wiring. A typical powerline system consists of a transmitter that plugs into an AC wall outlet and connects to a highspeed cable/DSL modem via an Ethernet cable. Powerline receivers can then be plugged into additional wall outlets to extend the reach of the homes network. Router: Hardware device that routes data (hence the name) within a network of computers. A router acts as a dispatcher, choosing the best path for information to travel within a network so its received quickly. Home users typically utilize routers to allow multiple computers or other internet ready devices to connect to a single internet connection.
SSID: Service Set Identifier, SSID, is a name that identifies a particular 802.11 wireless LAN (WLAN), it differentiates one WLAN from another, so all access points and all devices attempting to connect to a specific WLAN must use the same SSID. Switch: Switches function similarly to routers by serving as controllers, enabling, networked devices to talk to each other efficiently. However, switches cannot link internet ready devices directly to the internet like a router, but instead only connect devices together within a network. They also dont provide the firewall and logging capabilities that routers do. Wi-Fi: A standard for wireless communication accessing the Internet and sharing data over a LAN. Media and AV receivers, Blu-ray Disc players, and other components use Wi-Fi to stream audio and video, download metadata, and enable interactive features. WMA: Window Media Audio (WMA) is Microsofts file format and codec for audio (including music.) Its designed to work primarily with Microsoft Windows Media Player software on Window PCs and Windows Mobile smartphones, and Pocket PCs. NOTE: NETFLIX uses WMA for their audio compression. WMV: Window Media Video (WMV) is Microsofts file format and codec for video. Its designed to work primarily with Microsoft Windows Media Player software on Window PCs and Windows Mobile smartphones, and Pocket PCs, although some other media player software also supports this software. NOTE: NETFLIX uses WMV for their audio compression.

REMOTE CONTROL ____________________________________
RC KEYS FOR SANYO NET APPS USER INTERFACE
POWER key Turn on or off the HDTV. INFO key (PANDORA) Open a stations options menu. Use this menu to rename or delete a station. PLAY, PAUSE, STOP, REW, FF key (NETFLIX) Operate playback functions. (VUDU) Operate playback functions.
NOTE: PANDORA is Internet Radio service, only PAUSE key will function during playback.
NET@ key Opens the Sanyo Net Apps menu screen. EXIT (BACK) key Returns to the previously viewed or selected screen when navigating the NET inputs Content Services or applications.
NOTE: Use this key to exit playback of movies or radio stations.
ENTER key Set or select the highlighted option on the screen. CURSOR L M keys Moves the on-screen selection cursor through the different links and options.
NOTE: Selected link or option is normally highlighted around the edges.
SANYO NET APPS _____________________________________
Sanyo Net Apps provides access to a wide range of services and applications including streaming video, and music on demand. More than 100 applications are available, including VUDU, Netflix, and Pandora. For general assistance with features and functions of your HDTV: Call 1-800-877-5032 e-mail support@sanyotv.com If you have specific questions about your Internet Ready HDTV operation or internet access: Please call 1-877-864-9604 M-F 7:30am - 7:00pm CT or e-mail support@sanyotv.com
ACCESSING THE SANYO NET APPS
Press the NET@ key on your remote to display the Sanyo Net Apps screen.
NOTE: While in the Sanyo Net Apps home screen, a window in the upper right corner will continue showing the last channel or input accessed.
Use the CURSOR L M desired App.

keys to select the

Press ENTER on the selected App and enjoy internet based content directly on your HDTV.

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NOW PLAYING

Net Apps

View Modes and Settings info
Most Popular Newest Browse by Genre Show Ticker Info & Settings
Last channel or input selected.

Applications

VUDU | movies application is a movie ondemand service that allows users to instantly stream over 20,000 films using a high-speed internet connection. Movies are available in three different formats: SD (480p), HD (720p), and HDX (1080p/24). VUDU is available without a monthly subscription or contract; you pay for content as you go. Movies are available for rent and/or purchase and added to the service on a weekly basis.

GETTING STARTED WITH VUDU MOVIES
1. Open the Sanyo Net Apps screen by pressing the NET@ key on your remote control. 2. Select the VUDU|movies icon and press ENTER.
CREATING A VUDU|MOVIES ACCOUNT
NOTE: These steps would follow the FREE movie rental process, before or after watching the rental.
1. On your PC, please check your e-mail accounts inbox for an e-mail from VUDU. 2. Click on the link provided by VUDU in the e-mail. 3. Follow the instructions to create your VUDU account. 4. After completing the VUDU account process you may continue to enjoy using the VUDU|movies app on your HDTV to watch ondemand movies whenever you want without the use of a PC.
NOTE: Sometimes your broadband speed varies based on your Internet Service Providers network conditions. Contact your ISP if you have problems maintaining a fast connection that is reliable, or if you want to increase your connection speed. Many ISPs offer a variety of broadband speed options.

SANYO NET APPS SCREEN

3. Click on the FREE HD Rental button. 4. Enter your personal e-mail address. Select the Done button and press ENTER.
5. You may now choose a FREE movie rental from the thousands of titles available from VUDU.
VUDU FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
For VUDU questions and information: Call 1-888-554-VUDU(8838) 7:00am-8:00pm PT, closed Holidays or visit: http://supports.vudu.com
Can I buy movies or only rent them? Studios dictate on a case-by-case basis whether a film is available for rental, purchase, or both. If you purchase a movie it is stored permanently on the VUDU server and you will have unlimited access with no expiration.
Is VUDU free? No, a VUDU account will need to be activated in order to download movies or programs. Some VUDU apps are completely free of charge.
When I rent a movie, do I have to pay to watch it more than once? You can watch a rented movie as many times as you like within the 24-hour period initiated by starting to view the movie. You may also find movies from independent studios that allow you a 48 hour period to watch the movie. After the 24-hour period has expired, you may rent the movie again for a reduced rate.
Do I need a computer to get movies from VUDU? There is no need for a computer in order to watch your FREE movie rental, just an existing personal e-mail account. You will need a computer to activate an account or to edit your existing accounts details, but then VUDU uses your Internet connection to deliver movies straight to your Sanyo Internet Ready HDTV without the use of a PC. The only requirements for use of the VUDU service are a high-speed broadband Internet connection, and an active account.
How do I find movies? VUDU lets you search for movies by title, actor, or director or browse through genres and special collections. You can also filter titles in your search through criteria like Critics rating, MPAA rating, date, and studio. While VUDUs search engine is state-of-the-art, it's extremely easy to use.

How does my free trial work? Your free trial will be credited to your VUDU account balance. When you watch a movie the cost of that movie will be deducted from your free trial credit in your account. Once you have used up your free trial credit or once it has expired, VUDU will use the credit card billing information you have provided to charge any purchases and rentals going forward. How much does VUDU cost? One-time movie rentals range from $.99 to $5.99. Purchased movies range from $4.99 to $24.99.
What is HDX? HDX is a 1080p video format that delivers the highest quality available, a true cinematic experience with a vividly detailed and virtually artifact free picture accompanied by high-resolution, immersive sound.
The streaming video keeps freezing. This is due to the source not being able to keep up with the stream. If the video is freezing, that means it is still downloading. Pause the video and give it some time to download before resuming playback.
Can I enjoy the VUDU service in a different country? Currently the VUDU service is only available in the United States. How does billing work? You pay for content as you go. Your credit card will be charged per transaction so you are only paying for the content you purchase or rent. VUDU keeps a summary and detailed accounting of all charges online and may be viewed there by account-holders. You wont have to deal with another monthly bill in your mailbox. How do I cancel my VUDU service? Please call VUDU Customer Care at 888-554VUDU (8838) and an agent will assist you.
NOTE: Before giving your VUDU Device to someone else, please contact VUDU Customer Care to deactivate the VUDU device and cancel your account. Canceling your account ensures that your credit card is not charged for movies purchased by the new owner.
Where do I find my activation code? Please contact Customer Care at 1-888-554VUDU (8838).
I didnt receive the activation email, now what? If you did not receive the activation email you will need to click on the Free HD Rental menu from the Home screen. You can either try the Resend Email option or choose the Cant Receive Email option.

NOTE: For more Frequently Asked Questions regarding the VUDU service please visit the Sanyo website at www.sanyotv.com.
If the power goes out in my house and Im unable to finish the movie I was watching, will I still need to pay the rental fee? Under some circumstances, VUDU can credit the cost of a movie-rental for customers in good standing. If you were not able to finish the movie you were watching because of the power outage and your account is current, contact VUDU Customer Care they will be happy to credit the cost of the movie rental charge to your account.
How can I correct a mistake in my order? Please contact VUDU Customer Care via e-mail at (orders@vudu.com) or by phone at 888-554VUDU (8838).

NETFLIX

is a subscription service streaming movies and TV episodes over the Internet. As a Netflix member you can instantly watch unlimited TV episodes and movies streamed directly to your HDTV. For general assistance with features and functions of your HDTV call 1-800-877-5032 or e-mail support@sanyotv.com

YES, IM A NETFLIX MEMBER

If youre a Netflix member, all you need to do is activate your HDTV as a Netflix Ready Device. 1. Select Yes and press ENTER. 2. Write down the activation code provided onscreen. 3. On your home computer visit www.netflix.com/activate 4. Log in to your Netflix account and activate your HDTV with the provided code from your TV. 5. Enjoy watching movies and TV programs on your HDTV using your Netflix account.
If you have specific questions about your Internet Ready HDTV operation or internet access, please call or e-mail: 1-877-864-9604 Monday-Friday 7:30am-7:00 pm CT support@sanyotv.com
GETTING STARTED WITH NETFLIX
Open the Sanyo Net Apps screen by pressing the NET@ key on your remote control. Select the NETFLIX icon and press ENTER.
NO, IM NOT A NETFLIX MEMBER
If youre not a Netflix member: 1. Select No and press ENTER.
2. If you wish to start a FREE TRIAL activation process, select Yes and press ENTER. 3. Write down the activation code (trial version) provided on-screen. 4. On your home computer visit www.netflix.com/sanyotv 5. Fill out the required information, including the trial activation code for your HDTV. 6. Enjoy watching your free trial on your HDTV!

If you already have a Netflix account please select yes and press ENTER, if you do not have a Netflix account please select no and press ENTER.
NETFLIX FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
For Netflix questions and information: Call 1-866-716-0414 or 1-866-636-3076 or visit http://www.netflix.com/ Q: Is Netflix free? No, a Netflix user account must be created in order to download Netflix content. Q: What are the basic requirements that must be in place to view Netflix online content using my HDTV? To view Netflix Watch Instantly content on your HDTV, you need an active Netflix account that allows the viewing of unlimited online content, and a high-speed Internet connection (recommended 1.5 Mbps). Q: Im new to Netflix, how do I create a Netflix account? Using your home computer visit the website www.netflix.com/sanyotv and fill out the required information. Q: Does the HDTV need to be connected to the Internet at all times? When watching Netflix online content, yes. If you lose Internet connectivity while watching Netflix online content, you will receive an error/status message indicating that you have lost connection to the Internet. Q: My Internet connection is fast, but my Netflix streamed video content appears to be displayed in low resolution. What should I do? Your connection may be affected by other online activity on your network, such as online gaming, file sharing or other video streaming. Lastly, your ISP could be delivering a slower connection to you then they should be. Q: Where is activation screen on my account? How do you get to it? Its available under the Your Account page in the Netflix Ready Device Activation section. Activation page: http://www.netflix.com/activate Q: What is an "instant queue"? As a Netflix customer you create a queue, or list, of DVDs you want to receive. The instant queue is a list of movies you want to have available on your HDTV to play instantly. Once you add a title to your instant queue, its available on your TV for playback at anytime. Q: Are there parental controls on my HDTV? Yes, you have to use your PC to set the Netflix parental lock feature which allows filtering of rated BD and DVD content. Controls need to be set on the Netflix account page in order to filter rated Netflix content. The HDTVs VGuide does not control or filter Netflix content. Q: How do I remove movies and shows from my instant queue? You can remove titles from your instant queue by using the Instant Queue page on the Netflix website. You can always add those titles back again. There is no extra charge for watching them again.
NOTE: For more Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Netflix service please visit the Sanyo website at www.sanyotv.com.
PANDORA INTERNET RADIO is a music discovery service designed to help you enjoy music you already know, and to help you discover new music youll love by creating stations with personalized streams of music based on one or more artist names or song titles of your choice. For general assistance with features and functions of your HDTV: Call 1-800-877-5032 e-mail support@sanyotv.com

I DONT HAVE AN EXISTING ACCOUNT:
1. Select the Create button and press ENTER.
NOTE: Select Continue only after completing the Activation process on your PC.
2. Write down the provided Activation Code that appears on-screen. 3. On your home PC, visit: www.pandora.com/vudu
CREATING A PANDORA ACCOUNT
Reach the Pandora app by pressing the NET@ key on your remote control.
4. Enter the Activation Code and click Activate. 5. Keep following the Pandora website instructions to create a Pandora account. 6. Click on Finish after youve entered the last song or artist that will be used to create your own personal Pandora stations. 7. Now you may enjoy listening to your Pandora stations on your HDTV.
I ALREADY HAVE AN EXISTING ACCOUNT:
Select the Pandora icon and press ENTER. Select Add user. and press ENTER. 1. Use the on-screen interface to enter the e-mail address you used to create the Pandora account. 2. Select whether or not you wish to enter your password each time you access Pandora on your HDTV. 3. Enter your Pandora account password. 4. Enjoy using your HDTV to listen to all the Pandora stations youve created.
PANDORA FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
If you have any questions or would like information regarding the Pandora content service, please visit: http://blog.pandora.com/faq/ or e-mail pandora-support@pandora.com
Is Pandora free? Yes. Registering for Pandora will provide you with a free, advertising-supported Pandora account. Why do you need a United States Zip Code when registering? Pandora music licenses require listeners to be within the United States. What type of Internet Connection do I need? You will need a broadband connection which consistently provides bandwidth of at least 150 Kbps to run Pandora. Dial-up connections will not support Pandora services. What is a Pandora station? A Pandora station is a personalized stream of music, based on one or more artist names or song titles of your choice. Each Pandora station is completely unique to you-- no two Pandora stations are ever exactly alike, even if they're based on the exact same artist or song. Can I hear a specific song right away? You cannot play a specific song immediately, or "on demand" due to Pandora music licenses.
How do I cancel my free Pandora account? If you want to fully cancel your Pandora account email (pandora-support@pandora.com) using the email address currently associated with your Pandora account. If you no longer have access to your registered email address, please include the birth year and zip code for that account. Can I play Pandora in my business or get a commercial license to play Pandora? If you are playing Pandora for yourself while you work, it's considered personal use even though you are at work. In fact, a large number of our listeners do this. On the other hand, if you are playing Pandora over loudspeakers at your business for your clients or customers, this is considered commercial use and is not permitted by Pandora music licenses or terms of use.

Can I listen to Pandora outside of the United States? Unfortunately, NO: the Pandora service is available only within the United States. If you visit the www.Pandora.com homepage and you see that your access has been restricted, you may enter your email address to be notified if and when Pandora becomes available legally in your country. If you registered for Pandora in the past, but are now restricted, you can still see your station information by directly visiting (http://www.pandora.com/backstage).
Why are there ads on the free version of Pandora? Pandora's streaming music service is associated with significant costs, including music royalties we pay on every song Pandora play. Advertising allows Pandora to cover those costs while offering you a lot of great music for free. Upgrading to Pandora One, our paid subscription account option, will remove all forms of advertising from Pandora, no matter where or how you choose to listen.
Can I rewind or replay a song? You cannot rewind, or immediately replay, any song played by Pandora.
What type of classical music is available? Pandora has an extensive collection of recorded classical performances, including tens of thousands of recordings by over 500 composers from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Modern and Contemporary periods. Pandora will also be adding some music from the Renaissance and Middle Ages, as well as performances of many more works by lesserknown composers.
When should I give a song "Thumbs Up?" What happens when I give "Thumbs Up" to a song? When you especially like a song, and want to hear it play a bit more often on that particular station, click the "Thumbs Up" icon in the lower right corner of the song tile, below the album art. The very next set of songs for this station will be directly generated using the song which received the thumbs-up vote as a musical starting point and future sets of songs are slightly more likely to have similar musical traits. How do I create a station from an artist or song that Pandora plays for me? If you hear an artist or a song that you would like to use to start a station, click the "Create a New Station" button in the upper left of the main Pandora Tuner that plays the music, then enter that artist name or song title.
How do I upgrade to Pandora One? You can upgrade to Pandora One directly through the Pandora website. Upgrading to Pandora One requires a credit card and is $36 for one year.
NOTE: For more Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Pandora service please visit the Sanyo website at www.sanyotv.com.
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CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS. 2 FCC INFORMATION.3 TRADEMARKS.3 PC RESOLUTIONS.3 CONTENTS.4 SPECIFICATIONS.4 PROTECTING THE SCREEN.4 POSITIONING THE HDTV.5 STAND REMOVAL/ASSEMBLY.5 WALL MOUNTING.5 GETTING STARTED Remote Control Battery Installation.5 Antenna Connections for off-air or cable.5 HDTV INPUT/OUTPUT REFERENCE.6 A/V CONNECTIONS (SIDE PANEL).7 A/V CONNECTIONS (BACK PANEL).8 POWER CONNECTION / INITIAL CHANNEL SEARCH.9 REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION.10 ON-SCREEN MENU OPERATION Channel / Input.11 Channel Search.11 Channel Scan Memory.11 Input Setting.11 Video3 Setting.12 HDMI Linking.12 Setup.13 Menu Language.13 Digital Caption.13 Energy Setting.13 Clock Timer.14 Motion Sync.14 V-Chip.15 Picture.16 Pix-Shape Settings.17 Sound.18 PC CONNECTIONS & MENU OPERATION.19 PHOTO VIEWER.20 WARRANTY.21 GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE.22

SPECIFICATIONS

Power Requirement: Source: AC 120V, 60Hz AC Power Consumption: 221 watts Dimensions: MODEL WIDTH DP47460

w/o stand

Weight: 45 lbs.(w/stand)

HEIGHT 29.4 27.2

DEPTH 12.7 4.6
NOTE: Dimensions are in inches
Please read before operating your HDTV! PROTECTING THE SCREEN
CAUTION: The screen can be damaged if it is not maintained properly.
Do not use hard objects such as hard cloth or paper to clean the screen. Do not use excessive pressure when cleaning the screen; excessive pressure can cause permanent discoloration or dark spots. NEVER spray liquids on the screen.

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS

Handle by the cabinet only. Never touch the screen when handling. Handling damage is not covered under warranty.
CONTAINS MERCURY LAMPS, DISPOSE OF PROPERLY
The American Academy of Pediatrics discourages television viewing for children younger than two years of age

POSITIONING THE HDTV

Always
use a firm and flat surface when positioning your HDTV.

GETTING STARTED

BATTERY INSTALLATION
Install two (2) AAA batteries in the remote control. (Not included) To ensure safe operation, please observe the following precautions: Replace both batteries at the same time. Do not use a new battery with a used battery. Theres a risk of explosion if a battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Do not expose the Remote Control unit to moisture or heat. Be sure to match the + and signs on the batteries with marks inside the remote control.
Do not position the unit in a confined area. Allow adequate space for proper ventilation. Do not position the HDTV where it is easily
reachable by small children and may present risk of injury.
STAND REMOVAL ____________
Place HDTV face down on a padded or cushioned flat surface to protect the screen and finish Remove the four (4) screws securing the foot stand. CAUTION: Hold the stand firmly as you remove the last screw.
ANTENNA CONNECTION FOR OFF-AIR SIGNALS OR CABLE
Hook up your antenna or your cable service to the HDTVs ANT terminal with the use of a 75 OHM coaxial cable.
STAND ASSEMBLY ___________
Place HDTV face down on a padded or cushioned flat surface to protect the screen and finish Carefully insert the stand base to the bottom of the HDTV and secure the base by inserting 4 screws as indicated in the above diagram.
NOTE: Keep your indoor antenna at least 3 ft. away from the television set and any other electronic equipment.

ANTENNA

NOTE: If your HDTV came packed with the Stand Base unassembled, these screws will be found in the literature package.
ANALOG / DIGITAL ANTENNA IN
WALL MOUNTING ____________
Wall mounting of the HDTV must be performed by a skilled person. Use the screws you would use to attach the stand base to secure the HDTV to a wall mounting kit (not included.) VESA standard interface: 400 x 400 Mounting screws measurements:
M6 (6mm) Diameter, Length12mm (maximum)
The tuner in this HDTV can receive: Digital and Analog off air signals from an antenna Analog or ClearQAM cable channels from a direct Cable TV connection.

HDTV INPUT/OUTPUT REFERENCE

HDTV BACK PANEL

HDTV SIDE PANEL

1 S-Video Input (VIDEO1)

NOTE: An S-Video connection will override a connection to the Video1 (yellow) input jack.
2 Composite AV Input (VIDEO1) Yellow (Video),
plus white and red (Audio) input jacks.
3 Component AV Input (VIDEO2) Green (Y), blue
(Pb), and red (Pr) Video inputs plus the white and red Audio inputs.
4 Stereo Audio Out (L/R) Jacks 5 HDMI (INPUT2 & 3) An all digital AV interface
accepting uncompressed video signals up to 1080p for the best picture possible.

USB Input

View pictures stored in a USB flash drive or connect to the internet with the WiFi dongle. *
6 Analog / Digital Antenna Input Connect a 75 OHM
cable from an antenna or direct Cable service.
7 Digital Audio Output (Coaxial) 8 Component AV Input (VIDEO3) Green (Y), blue
NOTE: A Composite connection is possible via VIDEO INPUT3 using the Y (VIDEO) jack and the L/R audio jacks. (See Video 3 Setting on page 12.)
11 HDMI (INPUT1) An all digital AV interface
accepting uncompressed video signals up to 1080p for the very best picture possible.
NOTE: A DVI connection is possible via the HDMI INPUT1 (DVI) using an appropriate adapter and the VIDEO3 Audio jacks for sound output.
9 PC Input and Stereo Audio (Mini)
MONITOR RGB (D-SUB) AUDIO R/L (Stereo Mini Jack)
NOTE: See page 19 for proper PC hookup and setup.

12 ETHERNET Port

Hook up your HDTV to the internet with the use of an appropriate ethernet cable and a correct internet setup. *
* NOTE: Please refer to the Internet Ready HDTV Guide for the proper connection methods.
AUDIO / VIDEO CONNECTIONS (SIDE PANEL)
Digital Audio Output is used to output the HDTVs Audio through your home theater system. Hook up the HDTVs Digital Audio Output to your home theater systems input with the use of a phono-type Digital Audio cable. COMPONENT connections will accept SDTV, EDTV and HDTV video signals. Use them for great image quality from digital devices such as a DVD player or Video Game system. Match your digital devices Component output jacks to either of the two (2) Component input jack sets (VIDEO2 or VIDEO3) on your HDTV.

DVD PLAYER (or similar device) MULTICHANNEL RECEIVER (or home theater system)
DVD PLAYER (or similar device)
USB input jack is used to connect a USB mass storage device (not included) to display digital images on your HDTV, or hookup a WiFi USB dongle (included) to connect your HDTV to the internet through your wireless network.
NOTE: An active internet connection and wireless modem is needed to connect your HDTV using the USB dongle.

DVI USB FLASH DRIVE

HDMI (DVI) INPUT1 can be used to hookup a DVI device with the use of an appropriate DVI to HDMI cable or adapter. VIDEO3 Audio in L/R jacks need to be hooked up to the DVI device as well
NOTE: HDMI INPUT1 may also be used to hookup any digital device with an HDMI output, without the use of the L/R audio jacks.
AUDIO / VIDEO CONNECTIONS (BACK PANEL)
COMPOSITE connections are used to hookup your analog equipment such as a VCR or an older DVD player. Hook up you analog devices yellow video output jack and corresponding audio output jacks to the HDTVs Video Input 1 composite jacks.
NOTE: Always match the color of your devices output jack, the connector and the HDTVs input jack.

VCR (or analog device)

S-Video jack may be used instead of the yellow Composite video input with the use of an S-Video cable connected from your devices S-Video output to the HDTVs S-Video input.

STEREO AMPLIFIER

SATELLITE RECEIVER (or similar device)
Audio Output L/R are used to hookup an external stereo Amplifier. Connect your home stereos input jacks to the HDTVs Audio Output jacks with a pair of audio red and white connectors.
NOTE: Do not connect external speakers directly to the HDTV.
Use HDMI INPUT1, 2 & 3 to hookup HD digital devices such as a Blu-ray player, HD Cable Box, HD Satellite Receiver or Video-game System. Connect your digital devices HDMI output to any of the three (3) HDMI inputs on your HDTV with the use of an HDMI cable.

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INITIAL CHANNEL SEARCH
Before proceeding, please make sure to hook up your antenna or cable connection and all AV equipment correctly to your HDTV.
PLUG IN AC POWER CORD 120V AC, 60Hz
INITIAL ENERGY SAVING MODE SCREEN
TURN ON TV (PRESS POWER BUTTON) Wait for on-screen instructions to set an Initial Energy Saving Mode, and perform an Initial Channel/Signal Search. TV SET LOCATION SELECTION: Select Home Mode by pressing the CHM key to set the HDTVs backlight to an Energy Star qualified level, or select Store Mode by pressing CHL to set the backlight to a retail display level. CHANNEL AND AV SIGNAL SEARCH: Press the CHLM key to perform a channel search from an Antenna or a direct Cable connection, and a signal search from devices hooked up to the HDTVs AV input jacks. ON SCREEN HELP (OPTIONAL) Press the CHM key if you wish to access an on screen trouble shooting guide.

HDMI Linking
NOTE: Designed for use with a Sanyo Xacti Digital VIdeo/Movie Camera, and may not support all HDMICEC functions of other equipment.
Use the HDMI-CEC Function to enable or disable all available CEC functions. HDMI Power ON Sync and Power OFF Sync enable specific features including the automatic power ON process and power OFF process.
CEC (Consumer Electronics Control)
The CEC feature allows the control of multiple CEC-enabled devices with one remote control, and the interaction of devices with each other without user intervention.

HDMI LINKING SCREEN

Xacti-LINK
With a Sanyo Xacti Digital Video/Movie Camera hooked up to your HDTVs HDMI input, setting the HDMI-CEC Function to ON enables you the use of keys on your GXEC remote to operate your Xacti camera.
NOTE: The HDMI-CEC function of the Xacti camera must also be turned ON to enable the Xacti-Link.
ON-SCREEN MENU OPERATION SETUP _________________________
Display the On Screen menu and use the CURSOR LM keys to select Setup. Press ENTER.

Menu Language

Choose the language in which the On Screen menus will be displayed. English Espaol Franais Press ENTER on the desired language.

MAIN MENU SCREEN

Digital Caption
Captioning is textual information transmitted along with the picture and sound. Turning Captioning ON (by pressing the CAPTION key during normal TV viewing) causes the HDTV to open these captions (digital or analog) and superimpose them on the screen.
NOTE: Local broadcasters decide which caption signals to transmit.

MENU LANGUAGE SCREEN

Use the CURSOR LM and keys to modify Font, Background, and Foreground of digital caption text.

Energy Setting

Use the Energy Saver and Light Sensor features found under Energy Setting to lower power comsumption by controlling the LED backlight brightness levels. Energy Saver This settings control the LCD backlight brightness to reduce power consumption. Level 1: Energy Saver feature is off. Level 2: Low power consumption. Level 3: Lowest power consumption. Press ENTER on the desired level.

NOTE: ECO key may also be used as a shortcut to modify the Energy Saver settings without accessing the menu. ENERGY SAVER SCREEN DIGITAL CAPTION SCREEN

ON-SCREEN MENU OPERATION

Light Sensor Detects ambient room light brightness and uses that reading to control the panel brightness level and picture parameters to reduce the HDTVs power consumption.
NOTE: When room lighting is dark, the panel brightness and/or the picture setting parameters such as brightness and contrast are lowered. When room lighting is bright, parameters are affected opposite. LIGHT SENSOR SCREEN

Clock Timer

This feature allows you to set a Current Time for your HDTV and enable a Switch On Time for the HDTV to turn on at a specific time of day. When On Timer Function is set to ON, the TV will automatically turn on at the previously set Switch on Time.

CLOCK TIMER SCREEN

Motion Sync
Your HDTV will display all signals at the refresh rate of 120Hz. Motion Sync is a special Frame Rate Converter feature that helps eliminate motion blur and film judder in scenes with fast action. On Takes full advantage of your TVs refresh rate capabilities for the best picture quality. Off Disables the Motion Sync feature.

MOTION SYNC SCREEN

ON-SCREEN MENU OPERATION SETUP ________________________

V Chip

(Parental Control)
Use this feature to automatically block programs with content you deem as inappropriate for viewing by your children.
NOTE: This feature is designed to comply with the United States of Americas FCC V-Chip regulations. Therefore, it may not function with broadcasts that originate in other countries.
ADJUSTING THE V-CHIP RATINGS Select ON and press ENTER. Select Adjust (Standard) and press ENTER.
NOTE: Blocking a rating will automatically block all higher ratings. Unblocking a rating automatically unblocks all lower ratings.

V-CHIP SETUP SCREEN

For V-Chip (Movie) ratings select Movie and press ENTER, and then select the desired MPAA rating limit. Press the EXIT key to close the V-Chip menu. For V-Chip (TV) ratings select TV and press ENTER. Use the CURSOR L M keys to select a rating and press ENTER. Use the CURSOR L M keys to set the ratings status as Blocked or Viewable. Once ratings are set, press the EXIT key to close the V-Chip menu.

Image is stretched horizontally in comparisson with Pix3.
NOTE: Shows a proportional Zoom for a 16:9 image.
Similar to Pix2, image is enlarged horizontally in a linear proportion in which center portion of screen is stretched less than the sides.
NOTE: Pix5 has almost no stretching effect on a 16:9 image. NOTE: There are other possible aspect ratios that may be transmitted besides the most common 4:3 and 16:9.
Pix6 Similar to Pix1 with no Overscan*. Pix7 Similar to Pix2 with no Overscan*.
* Overscan permits the image to slightly exceed bottom and top edge limitations.
NOTE: Pix6 and Pix7 are not optimal for Standard Definition content (a thin white line may appear near edge of screen). Pix6 and Pix7 use is recommended only for PC signal through HDMI.
Pix-Auto (AFD) Active Format Description. Data carried in the video stream includes coded picture
frame information of the actual image, allowing the TV to adjust the Pix-Shape automatically.
NOTE: This Pix-Shape mode is available only for Digital-RF input.
ON-SCREEN MENU OPERATION SOUND _____________________
Display the On Screen menu and use the CURSOR LM keys to select Sound. Press ENTER. Choose an option for your sound settings: Auto Sound settings are linked to the current Picture option and parameters are adjusted accordingly. Dynamic, Mild, Standard 3 different predetermined sound parameters not linked with any Picture option.

MANUAL SOUND SETTINGS

The Manual option provides different parameters that can be personally adjusted: Bass Treble Detailed Setting 4-Band Equalizer: Personalize audio highs and lows.
NOTE: Default Sound option returns all sound parameters to their original factory settings.

MANUAL PARAMETER SCREEN

ADJUSTING A SOUND SETTING
Use the CURSOR LM keys to highlight the sound parameter you wish to adjust. Press the ENTER key to enter the value adjustment screen. Modify the selected parameters value by pressing the CURSOR keys.

DETAILED SETTING SCREEN

PC INPUT
Use your HDTV as a computer monitor by hooking up your PC or Laptop to the TV with the use of an appropriate monitor cable (not included.)

Start Slideshow: Displays one picture after another automatically in a timed and sequential manner. Shuffle and Quick Change options may be turned ON or OFF from the Slide Show setup menu.

JPEG VIEWER USB MENU

Press MENU when in Full View or Slideshow mode to display the USB On screen menu. Picture Setting Adjust Color, Tint, Contrast, Brightness, Sharpness and Dynamic Contrast.
NOTE: Picture Settings are separate configurations from the settings in TV and AV inputs. USB MAIN MENU SCREEN
ONE-YEAR LIMITED PARTS AND LABOR WARRANTY
THIS LIMITED PARTS AND LABOR WARRANTY IS VALID ONLY ON SANYO TELEVISIONS PURCHASED AND USED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, CANADA, AND PUERTO RICO, EXCLUDING ALL OTHER U.S. TERRITORIES AND PROTECTORATES. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY TO THE ORIGINAL RETAIL PURCHASER, AND DOES NOT APPLY TO PRODUCTS USED FOR INDUSTRIAL OR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES. WARRANTY APPLICATION FOR ONE YEAR from the date of original retail purchase Sanyo Manufacturing Corporation (SMC) warrants this TV to be free from manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and conditions for parts and labor. For the FIRST 90 DAYS from the date of original retail purchase, Sanyo Manufacturing Corporation will replace any defective TV via exchange at the retailer. To ensure proper warranty application, keep the original-dated-sales receipt for evidence of purchase. Return the defective TV to the retailer along with the receipt and the included accessories, such as the remote control. The defective TV will be exchanged for the same model, or a replacement model of equal value, if necessary. Replacement model will be contingent on availability and at the sole discretion of Sanyo Manufacturing Corporation. THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. OBLIGATIONS For one year from the date of purchase, Sanyo Manufacturing Corporation warrants this product to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and conditions. During the first 90 days under this warranty for any manufacturing defect or malfunction Sanyo Manufacturing Corporation will provide a new TV via exchange at the retailer. HOW TO MAKE A CLAIM UNDER THIS WARRANTY Please call 1-877-864-9604. Please be prepared to give us the televisions model number and serial number when you call. The model number and serial number are printed on a label attached to the back of the unit. For customer assistance, call toll free 1-877-864-9604. Hours of operation: Monday Friday 7:30 AM - 7:00 PM CST This warranty expresses specific contractual rights; retail purchasers may have additional statutory rights which vary from state to state.

(EFFECTIVE: March 1, 2007)
Your Sanyo HDTV is registered at the time of purchase, please keep sales receipt for future reference. For your protection in the event of theft or loss of this product, please fill in the information requested below and KEEP IN A SAFE PLACE FOR YOUR OWN PERSONAL RECORDS. Model No.______________________________ Serial No.______________________________
(Located on back of unit)
Date of Purchase _________________________ Purchase Price ___________________________ Where Purchased_________________________
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