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Description of JVC HD-Z56RX5 Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

The manual is available in languages: English

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Installation requirements
To avoid overheating, ensure the unit has ample room.

200 mm

200 mm

150 mm

150 mm 50 mm



In order to use the television for a long time
This television uses a lamp to project the picture onto the screen. Before using this television, please read the safety cautions and information about this television which are summarized below (1 to 10).

1. When the power is turned on, the warming up commences

5. Caution! Moving this television

This television uses a lamp to project the picture onto the screen. Once the lamp has warmed up, you can enjoy the pictures at their full brightness. What happens when the power is turned on is explained below. Immediately after the power is turned on, since the lamp has not had time to warm up, the picture is displayed only dimly on the screen. As the lamp warms up, the picture becomes brighter. It takes approximately one minute for the lamp to warm up to itâs normal operating temperature. There are 2 LED indicators on the front panel of the television that can be used as a guide. When the POWER button is pressed, the LAMP LED indicator blinks in orange for approximately 1 minute at approximately every 2 seconds, and then goes out. ⢠It is impossible to turn the power off during this period. After 1 or more minutes have passed, you can turn off the power.

When lifting this television, Do not hold by the screen frame. Holding the screen frame could cause it to detach, causing the television to fall.



2. Cooling the inside of the television and the lamp
Cooling is also performed while the television is being shut down. When the POWER button is pressed to turn off the power, the following operations are performed. When the television is turned off, the picture on the screen disappears gradually within approximately 5 seconds. Once the screen is dark, cooling is performed for approximately 90 seconds. When the cooling is being performed, the LAMP LED indicator on the front panel blinks in orange at approximately every 3 seconds. The television can not be operated while the cooling is being performed. After the cooling has been performed for 90 seconds, the power is turned off. Do not remove the electrical plug until after the cooling process has completed. If the electrical plug is removed before the cooling process has completed, the internal circuits and lamp may overheat leading to the life of the lamp being shortened and the possibility of malfunctions. ⢠When it is hotter, the cooling fan works harder to cool the lamp. The noise of the fan bebomes bigger then but it is not malfunction. ⢠You can cancel to turn off the power by pressing the POWER button before the picture on the screen disappears completely. Do not block the ventilation holes.

6. Do not replace the lamp immediately after use
The lamp becomes extremely hot during use. If the lamp is touched immediately after use before it has a chance to cool down, there is a danger of burns. Be careful when handling the lamp.

7. Do not touch the lamp glass 8. ILA element characteristics

If the lamp is used when there is dirt from fingers on the lamp glass, there is a possibility of the lamp breaking. Be careful not to touch the lamp glass.


Do not project still pictures or pictures that have still segments for a long period of time. The still parts of the picture may remain on the screen. This is a characteristic of ILA elements and not a malfunction. The picture will disappear over time.

3. The lamp is a consumable item
Replace the lamp when it has blown or when the picture becomes dark. The lamp is a user replaceable item. The lamp must be recycled. For a detailed explanation on how to recycle the lamp, refer to the Appendix and the instructions that are included with the replacement lamp kit. The life of the lamp changes depending on the atmospheric temperature and altitude in which the TV is being used. Do not turn the power on and off repeatedly in a short amount of time. It subjects the television and the lamp to stress and may lead to malfunctions and the life of the lamp being shortened.

9. Condensation
When a heater is turned on or the television is moved from a cold place to a hot place, droplets of water may form on the lamp and screen. This is called condensation. If the television is used while this condensation is still present, the picture may seem distorted, and the inside of the screen may become dirty. In this case, wait until the condensation has gone before using the television.

10. Usable Time
Do not keep the TV on for more than 24 hours consecutively. There is a possibility of the life of the lamp being shortened.

4. Caution! Warm air from the air ducts
This unit has an air duct for cooling. The duct will blow warm air while the television is operating. When placing the television, make sure not to locate it too close to wallpaper. The warm air could cause the color of the wallpaper to change. Also, take care to keep children and pets away from the warm air ducts. Long exposure to the warm air from the ducts could cause a minor burn.


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