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Before using your new product, please read these instructions to prevent any damage.
for purchasing this state-of-the-art
Insignia television. We hope you enjoy
the quality and reliability of this
television for years to come.
FIND YOUR USER GUIDE ONLINE!
We are going green so a copy of your
User Guide is not provided in the box
but is available online.
Go to www.insigniaproducts.com,
then click Support & Service. Enter your model
number in the box under Manual, Firmware,
Drivers & Product Information, then click .
48" LED TV
How do I attach the stand to my TV? (not for wall mounting)
You’ll need: Phillips screwdriver and a soft surface to lay the TV on.
A Find the front of the TV stand, then insert the stand cover into the stand.
B Secure the stand cover to the TV stand with the four provided ST4 × 16 mm screws
(the long screws).
C Carefully place your TV facedown on a soft, cushioned surface.
D Secure the TV stand to your TV with the four provided M5 × 12 mm screws (the short
Your TV is certied to work with the
Roku Streaming Stick™.
Instantly stream 1000+ entertainment
channels, including Netix, Hulu Plus,
Pandora, and more. Connect the
Streaming Stick (not included) to the
purple MHL jack on your TV and enjoy.
ST4 (16 mm) screws
Do not plug your
power cord in until
all other devices have
M6 spacer screws
(30 mm length)
Spacers (4 pcs.)
Remote control and
two AAA batteries
(16 mm length) (4 pcs.)
(12 mm length) (4 pcs.)
M5 (12 mm) screws
How do I prepare my TV for wall mounting? (not for use with a TV stand)
A Carefully place your TV face-down on a cushioned, clean surface.
B Insert four spacers (provided) into the mount screw holes on the back of your TV, then attach the
wall-mount bracket to your TV using either the four M6 × 30 mm screws (provided) or the screws that
came with the wall-mount bracket. See the instructions that came with the wall-mount bracket for
information about which screws to use and how to correctly hang your TV.
Warning: This apparatus is intended to be supported by a UL Listed wall-mount bracket.
Images do not necessarily represent the exact design of your television.
Remote control sensor
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Component video and analog audio
Composite video and analog audio (AV)
JACK TYPE CABLE CONNECTOR
Which cables do you have?
Your TV has several dierent jacks for connecting devices.
For the best video quality, use the best available
connection. Use the cables that came with your devices.
Note: You can also connect a DVI device to your TV. See your online User Guide for connection
Note: Connect the yellow video cable
connector to the green VIDEO/Y jack
on the back of your TV.
Using an HDMI cable
How do I connect my TV to an antenna or cable wall jack?
Component cable option
AV cable option
You can connect
any device that uses HDMI or DVI to
either HDMI jack. However, certain
devices must be connected to the
HDMI2/MHL or HDMI1/ARC jacks.
See the instructions that came with
your MHL or ARC device.
Using component cables (BETTER)
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Using an AV cable (GOOD)
Note: The component and AV jacks
are shared. This means you can
connect only one component or AV
device at a time. We suggest
upgrading to HDMI if your device
How do I watch TV (cable or satellite receiver) and/or connect a device such as a DVD
or Blu-ray Disc player, game console, MHL-enable
d device, Roku Streaming Stick, or camcorder?
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