Some people prefer to mount or hang their HDTV on your wall. This is really advisable to people who don't arrange their things frequently. But if you are the kind of person who loves to rearrange your furniture often, i quickly suggest that you need to just give your HDTV standalone, it is therefore simpler for you and for the HDTV's condition to become moved often. Also, be sure to check the manual for that proper connections, be sure to connect your Blu-ray player, gaming system, etc. properly and make sure you've connected the right wirings and the right HDMI cables to their designated locations.
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I know this is just pure common sense, however, many people often forget when you do the connections, don't turn your HDTV upside down or tilt it in an awkward position or manner. In so doing, some small electronic particles may be dislocated. Ask anyone to help you if you cannot do it without assistance. And it's better to lay a thick blanket on the ground first before placing your HDTV and moving it around, so that you will avoid scratches and damage to your HDTV.
Use soft and clean cloth to clean your HDTV. Use water to spray around the cloth, never spray water directly to your HDTV. Use water or isopropyl alcohol to clean stubborn stains and finger marks. Never use hard and strong chemicals to wash your HDTV.
Ever wonder why the same HDTV you saw at the appliance store performs differently than the HDTV you simply bought, even though they are identical? Well, that's because they've adjusted the HDTVs optimization, and that is what you should also do. Look into the manual for proper optimization for the HDTV; adjust the brightness, color, sharpness, contrast, etc. based on your taste and for better picture quality.
Never position your HDTV in a place where there is direct sunlight. Close the curtains or blinds to shade your HDTV from direct sunlight. Use proper air-conditioning towards the room or area where your HDTV is located. Without having air-conditioning in your house, make use of a small fan and position it at the back of your HDTV to prevent it from overheating.
Just follow these simple tips, and your HDTV will live a lot longer when compared with HDTVs that were improperly maintained. It is important to take good care of our HDTVs and things that we value therefore we can enjoy and get the best from the things that we bought.