If you bought a new TV, pay attention to some points. It is not difficult to connect the TV correctly. Of course, it is advisable to read the TV installation manual before turning the TV on for the first time. But very often a hurry and a desire to quickly look at a new purchase can break your TV.

How to move your TV correctly

You may think this is not important, but it is not, pay attention to the following points. The TV should only be transported in an upright position. Incorrect transportation may damage the screen. Do not lay the TV flat, especially the screen down, if you do need to put the TV, lay only the screen up and in a place so as not to accidentally drop something on the screen.

How to unpack your TV properly

boxing the TV

The TV set is supplied in a transport package, it is installed in special stands made of foam on the sides and the top is also set in foam. When unpacking, be careful not to damage the TV screen. Once the TV is installed, remove all protective film coverings.

How to properly install the TV

This is also important, modern televisions, especially those with large screens are very heavy. You need to lift the TV with enough people. If the weight of the TV is very heavy on one person, you could accidentally drop the TV. Also pay attention to the quality of the mounting if you decide to mount the TV on the wall. You can’t mount the TV on weak structures, drywall, and so on. If you have such walls, you must perform a reinforcement of the supporting structure.

How to correctly connect the TV to the mains

If you bought the TV in winter, you must wait at least 3 hours before you connect it to the mains. If your TV is cold and you have just brought it into a warm room, frost will form on it. The TV is made in a housing not protected against moisture, the electrical elements are also made on electrical boards not coated with protective varnish. The TV is intended to be used indoors. Excluded are outdoor televisions. Moisture can cause a short circuit and your TV will break down.

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