Flat screen TV daily installation and maintenance guide

Time:2016-05-26 12:00:00

Flat-panel TVs have become almost a must-have for homes nowadays. Compared with old-fashioned CRT TVs, flat-panel TVs such as LCD TVs and plasma TVs have larger screens, thinner and lighter body, and better audiovisual experience. More "sweet". But don't worry too much. In fact, the good use of maintenance habits can make the flat-panel TV get better display effect, reduce the risk of damage, and even extend the service life. Below we will summarize some tips for the daily use of flat-panel TVs.


The LCD screen is fragile and does not tolerate strong impact. Therefore, in daily use, it should be avoided as much as possible, and do not exert excessive pressure on the surface of the LCD screen.


The LCD TV should be placed in a ventilated and dry place with a humidity between 30% and 80%. When not in use for a long time, it should be energized regularly to let the heat generated by the LCD TV run out of moisture inside the machine. When using it daily, do not place objects such as fish tanks with heavy water vapor near the TV to avoid affecting the normal operation of the circuit.


TV should be avoided as long as possible to avoid continuous aging of internal components and LCD screen. It is recommended to reduce the brightness of the LCD screen slightly when viewing it normally; when not watching, it is recommended to turn off the TV and turn off the power.


In addition, do not open the LCD TV without permission, and do not modify the components of the LCD TV without any personal protection to avoid personal injury or affect the normal operation of the LCD TV. Any problems should be sent to the professional.


Clean the screen properly. Gently wipe the stain with a soft cloth dampened with a little water. Do not spill water directly on the surface of the display. Water entering the LCD can cause a short circuit on the screen.


Similar to LCD TVs, plasma TVs should first be used in daily use to minimize the effects of dust, moisture, and electromagnetic radiation. Place it in a ventilated and dry place as much as possible.


In addition, plasma TVs require higher heat dissipation, otherwise they will cause damage due to untimely heat dissipation. Try to avoid covering fabrics and other items above the plasma TV, and clean up dust in time.


Unlike LCD TVs, plasma imaging uses the principle of active illumination. If the same picture is not moved for a long time, some of the plasma chambers will be in a state of illumination for a long time, and it is easy to form residual images that are difficult to remove, thereby damaging the plasma screen. Therefore, try not to let the TV screen stay on the same screen for a long time.


In addition, since the plasma screen is equipped with high-voltage electricity, it is easy to cause electric shock accidents due to private disassembly. Therefore, do not disassemble it yourself.


Dust that is attracted by static electricity on the screen is inevitable, but wipe the screen too often, and it is best to use a special screen wiping material or a soft cotton cloth. In addition, do not use chemical agents to wipe, otherwise it will destroy the oxide film on the surface of the screen to enhance the picture. Water is also not a good cleaner because it leaves water marks on the screen. Therefore, it is best to use a dedicated plasma screen cleaner.


The wall mount can save space and be more beautiful, and you need to pay attention to some problems when choosing the wall hanging method.


Flat-panel TVs, especially large-sized models, usually have a large weight, so the wall needs to withstand considerable force. Wall-mounted walls should be selected from cement or solid brick walls with a thickness greater than 200 mm using suitable brackets. To ensure safe use.


At the same time, according to the size and weight, the reference value of the fixed point is proposed. For a flat-panel TV with a range of 20 to 40 inches or 20 to 45 kilograms, at least 4 fixed points should be used; at least 6 of 65 inches or more, 80 A series of recommended indicators of at least 9 inches above the inch.


Nowadays, many flat-panel TV interfaces are on the back of the fuselage. For wall mounts, it is very inconvenient to plug in various signal lines. In addition to the choice of adjustable brackets, the layout of the flat panel TV interface needs to be considered. In order to solve the wall hanging problem, very colorful electric manufacturers have recessed the back interface on the back of the fuselage to ensure the distance between various signal lines and the wall. However, there are many flat-panel TVs on the market that only consider the TV body to be very thin. Ignoring this point, it brings a lot of inconvenience to access various signal lines. Therefore, users must take this into account when making choices.


The height and viewing angle of flat-panel TVs should not be too high or too low. Too high and too low can cause eye fatigue for users watching TV. Therefore, experts suggest that the height and viewing angle of flat-panel TVs should be pressed on the sofa. The height of the eye when sitting is the center point of the wall-mounted TV.


It is also important to choose a suitable wall-mounted TV bracket. First of all, users must be clear about the classification of TV brackets. Currently, the brackets on the market are mainly divided into adjustable angle hangers and fixed angle hangers. Secondly, the flat-panel TV wall mount should ensure that the flat-panel TV is easy to maintain and maintain after installation, and can be easily disassembled without destroying the mounting surface and the mounting frame. When buying a wall mount bracket, be sure to check whether the mounting bracket includes the wall connection part, the product connection part, the fastener part, the installation diagram and the operation instructions, and must comply with the international VESA organization FDMI standard.