TV Care Information

Do not allow a still image to be displayed on your television screen for an extended period of time. This can cause a permanent residual image (burn-in) remaining on your screen. Examples of still images include:

. Channel logos and certain Channel formats;

. images displayed in a 4:3, 14:9 and 16:9 mode that are different to your television set up;

. on-screen information (for example tickers on news channels) that are part of programmes;

. Electronic Program Guide (EPG);

. games and Interactive Services (including any on screen icons); and

. audio channels.

Plasma, Rear Projection and LCD televisions are at a higher risk of burn-in. These televisions are more prone to burn-in during the first 200 hours of use. Always consult your television manufacturer's manual for proper operating instructions. Contact your television manufacturer and/or retail outlet for more information.