C275B-FWN240

27" Curved Gaming Monitor

  • 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution
  • Up to 240Hz Refresh Rate
  • Up to 1ms MPRT
  • AMD FreeSyncTM Premium 
  • Edgeless Design
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1080P FHD Resolution

With a little over 2 million pixels, 1080P resolution means 1920x1080 pixels on your display.  Over 2x the resolution of 720P, see the finer sharp detail in everything on screen.

1500R Curved Display

The 1500R degree curved design immerses you completely into the gaming landscape, allowing you to spot all threats and opportunities before all of your competitors.

240Hz Refresh Rate

Stay above the pack with 240Hz, giving you an edge in performance as frames transition instantly.

1ms Response Time

Colors fade and illuminate instantly with a 1ms response time, eliminating ghosting and piecing together precise imagery during action-packed scenes and gaming.

AMD Freesync™ Premium

With AMD FreeSync™ Premium, gamers enjoy smooth video & seamless on the spot movement in fast-paced games.The graphic card and monitor refresh rates are synchronized to eliminate tearing and stuttering.

300 Brightness

Remarkably vivid colors illuminate the screen like never before with 300 cd/m² brightness.

99% sRGB

    
With 99% sRGB, this monitor offers a wider color gamut than most conventional monitors, giving deeper colors and defining features.

Built in Speakers

Perfectly suited to work & gaming settings, built-in speakers deliver robust & smooth audio while saving space on your desk.

Edgeless Design

Edgeless Design completely immerses you in all the captivating action and wondrous scenery that 1080P resolution and 240Hz refresh rate have to offer.

Multiple Ports

While HDMI ports 2 and 3 each deliver an impressive 120Hz refresh rate, one DisplayPort and HDMI 1 produces a stunning 240Hz refresh rate.

Picture by Picture

With Picture By Picture integrated into our monitor, double your workflow with side by side inputs from dual sources, whether you're comparing charts and worksheets or gaming and streaming. Our Sceptre monitor can simultaneously display two separate sources at the same time.

Picture in Picture

Picture In Picture allows our users to multitask and overlay a secondary source to display anything you desire. Expand your workflow with our Sceptre Gaming monitor.

Luminous Backcover Lights

A colorful LED light illuminates the back cover of the monitor, delivering a uniquely modern design.

Tiltable Display

A display that tilts 15° backward and 5° forward allows you to find a sweet spot that bridges clarity and comfort.

VESA Wall Mountable

The VESA wall mount pattern gives you the freedom to select the optimum viewing position for your monitor, eliminate cable clutter, and save valuable space for your gaming and work station.

Blue Light Shift

Reduce your monitors blue light to protect you from eye fatigue, irritation and strains. This enables you to work on your documents, watch movies, or play games more comfortably for extended periods.

Anti-Flicker

Provides a crisper picture by preventing the backlight from flickering periodically.

FPS-RTS Game Modes

FPS and RTS are Sceptre's custom set display settings built for an enhanced gaming experience. FPS (First Person Shooter), RTS (Real-Time Strategy).

30+ Years of Experience

Founded in City of Industry, CA over 30 years ago, Sceptre Inc. made a promise to create & deliver superior products for remarkably affordable prices, a rare tradition that continues today.

Customer Service

Our customer service representatives are, and have always been, based in the USA, guaranteeing that our customers’ needs are met as efficiently as possible.

  • 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution
  • Up to 240Hz Refresh Rate
  • AMD FreeSyncTM Premium
  • 3 x HDMI, 1 x DisplayPort

 

Display

Active Screen Size
27" Diagonal Viewable
Panel Type
VA (Vertical Alignment)
Curvature
1500R
Native Resolution
1920 x 1080 Full HD
Refresh Rate
Up to 240Hz Refresh Rate
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Display Colors
16.7M
Response Time
1ms MPRT
Pixel Pitch
0.1038mm (H) x 0.1038mm (V)
Color Gamut
sRGB:99%
Dynamic Contrast Ratio
1,000,000:1
Color Depth
16.7M
Contrast Ratio
3,000:1
Brightness (Typ.)
300 cd/m²
Viewing Angle
178° (Horizontal) / 178° (Vertical)
Backlight Type
Edge-Lit LED
Backlight Life
30,000+ Hours
Anti-Flicker
Yes
Surface Treatment
Anti-glare, 25%

Features

Color Temperature
Warm, Normal (Default), Cool, User
On Screen Display Control (OSD)
Quick Start, Picture, Color, System
Picture Presets
Standard, User, Movie, ECO
Game Presets
FPS and RTS
OSD Supported Languages
English (Default), French, Spanish , Chinese
Type of Sync
AMD FreeSync™ Premium
Blue Light Shift
Available
Overdrive
Yes
Auto Dynamic Contrast Mode
Available
Auto Standby
Available
Gamma
Adjustable

Audio Features

Speakers
2 x 4Ω/2W

Inputs & Outputs

HDMI (# of Ports & Version)
2 x HDMI (HDMI 1: 2.0; HDMI 2,3: 1.4)
Supported HDMI Signals
HDMI 1 Up to 1920 x 1080 @ 240Hz; HDMI 2,3 Up to 1920 x 1080 @ 120Hz
DP (# of Ports & Version)
1 x DisplayPort 1.2
Supported DP Signals
Up to 1920 x 1080 @ 240Hz
3.5mm Headphone Jack (Output)
3.5mm Mini-Jack for External Speakers / Headphone

Mechanical Features

Chassis Colors
Black
Tilt
Backward:15° Forward:5°
Neck / Stand Detachable
Yes
VESA Mount Pattern (mm)
75mm x 75mm
VESA Mount Screw Size (mm)
M4
Neck Screw Size & Quantity (mm)
M4 x 10mm (2 pcs)
Stand Screw Size & Quantity (mm)
M4 x 10mm (4 pcs)

Dimensions

With Stand (inches, W x H x D)
24.25" x 14.46" x 6.79"
Without Stand (Inches, W x H x D)
24.30" x 14.46" x 3.79"
Carton Box Dimension (inches, W x H x D)
27.44" x 17.36" x 6.61"
Stand Separation Dimension W x D (inches)
17.19" x 8.47"

Weight

Net Weight with Stand (lbs)
13.01 Ibs
Net Weight without Stand (lbs)
9.08 lbs
Gross Weight (lbs)
17.28 Ibs

Power

Power Range (V, A, Hz)
AC Adapter 12V/4A
Power Consumption (Typical)
33W
Maximum
56W
Standby
< 0.5W
Sleep
< 0.5W
Off
<0.3W

Regulations / Certifications

Regulations
FCC, cETLus, ISTA 6A, RoHS
Certifications
AMD, HDMI

What's in the Box?

Power Cable
AC Power Adapter
Display Cable
1 x DisplayPort Cable
Accessories
Monitor Display x 1, Base x 1, Neck x 1, Neck Screws x 2, Base Screws x 4, Screwdriver x 1, User Guide x 1, Warranty Card x 1

Warranty

Limited Parts and Labor
One Year

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q:NO POWER - No power, No LED?
A:

  1. Make sure the power cord is properly and securely connected.
  2. Try a different electric outlet.
  3. Try a new power cord.
  4. If all efforts fail, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:I am reading about "Ultra HD". Is my new HDTV obsolete already??
A:

Your TV's not obsolete, but it will soon be a generation behind state-of-the-art.      

Q: So, what does "Ultra HD" mean exactly? ?
A:

Ultra high definition (UHD) is a standard that exceeds high definition (HD). The Consumer Electronics Association defines UHD displays as having a 16:9 ratio (the same as HD) and a minimum pixel count of 3840 by 2160. HD maxes out at 1080p, which is 1920 by 1080 pixels.

Q:SCREEN IS BLACK AUDIO IS GOOD - No picture but has audio, Has sound, No picture?
A:

  1. If you are watching the TV tuner make sure the signal is good.  Sometimes with bad signals the picture will fail but the audio will still be present.
  2. Check if the video cable wire is loose. 
  3. Check if the video cable itself is bad.
  4. Check the source of the video (a dvd player or cable box or game console) to see if that has problems.  Try the source of the video with another TV if possible.  If it works then this tells you it is the TV’s issue.  If it does not work then it tells you the problem lies with the device.
  5. If you have checked all of the above, most likely the TV is at fault.  Try turning the TV off, unplugging the power for 10 minutes then plugging it back in.  Please see if that solves your issue.
  6. If all efforts fail, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:NO PICTURE - Black Screen, No picture, No image, blank screen?
A:

  1. Make sure the power cable is connecting correctly.
  2. Make sure the TV is turned on.
  3. Make sure the video cables are connected correctly.
  4. Make sure the TV source is selected correctly corresponding to the cable you used for providing the TV with audio / video (ie. Red, gree, blue, red, and white cables are YPbPr).
  5. If all efforts fail, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:ADNORMAL COLORS - Distorted picture, fuzzy picture, distorted colors?
A:

  1. Check if the video cables are loose.
  2. Check if the video cables are correctly connected.  Sometimes with YPbPr (Component) cables it is possible to mix the green and blue connection.
  3. Check if the cable is corrupt.  Try a new set of cables to see if it makes any difference.

Q:SCREEN IS WHITE - White screen, blank screen?
A:

  1. Check the source of video with another video device connected to the TV.  See if it works.
  2. Press the MENU button to see if the menu comes up.
  3. If all efforts fail, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:NO AUDIO - No sound, Sound makes funny noises, low sound?
A:

  1. Check the cables to see if they are tightly connected.
  2. Check the source to make sure your cables are connected to the correct source.
  3. If you are using HDMI then make sure you have set the audio signal to PCM instead of BITSTREAM.
  4. If you are using ANTENNA:AIR as your source, make sure your signal is strong.  Check with another channel to see if sound is coming through.
  5. Try another source with another device to see if there’s sound on the other source.  If there is it might be the device connected to your current source at fault.
  6. If all else fails, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:DOES NOT TURN ON - No picture, Not working, LED turns on?
A:

  1. Check your ac adapter to see if it is list. 
  2. Check the LED indicator light to see if it is lit.
  3. Check your AC adapter to see if its own LED indicator is lit.
  4. Try another wall socket to see if that is the problem.
  5. If all else fails, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:SCREEN SHOWS NO VIDEO - No Signal, Connecting cords, No picture, No video?
A:

  1. Check if the video cable wire is loose. 
  2. Check if the video cable itself is bad.
  3. Check the source of the video (a dvd player or cable box or game console) to see if that has problems. Try the source of the video with another TV if possible.  If it works then this tells you it is the TV’s issue.  If it does not work then it tells you the problem lies with the device.
  4. If you have checked all of the above, most likely the TV is at fault.  Try turning the TV off, unplugging the power for 10 minutes then plugging it back in.  Please see if that solves your issue.
  5. If all efforts fail, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:PICTURE HAS PIXELS THAT ARE ALWAYS DISPLAYING THE SAME COLOR - Stuck Pixel, Pixel, colors do not change?
A:

  1. If you purchased it under 30 days.  Please exchange it with your retailer.
  2. If you are outside 30 days of return period please read the following.  Your TV is manufactured using an extremely high level of precision technology, however, sometimes some pixels of your TV may not display. Pixels defects within industry specifications are inherent to this type of product and do not constitute a defective product.  SCEPTRE sets limit on the LCD at 3 dead pixels in a cluster adjacent to each other, or 5 dead pixels in a combination of color and brightness. Any number of dead or bad pixels under the limit is considered to be within normal performance specification of the LCD and is not considered defective.

Q:SCREEN SHOWS VIDEO OVER RANGE - ?
A:

  1. Check if the video cable wire is loose. 
  2. Connect the previously known working monitor on the computer and make sure the video resolution conforms to the resolution supported by the LCD’s native resolution.  Most LCDs have a refresh tolerance of 60hz, please make sure the refresh rate is also 60hz.
  3. If this is a AV device such as a DVD player or cable box, then signal is not valid, try changing a new set of cables or changing out the DVD player or cable box to see if those are the problem.
  4. If you have checked all of those options and your unit is still giving you the over range message, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:SCREEN SHOWS VIDEO FOR A SECOND THEN GOES OFF, AUDIO IS STILL WORKING - Logo, No picture, No picture has sound?
A:

  1. Check if the video cable wire is loose. 
  2. Check another source to see if the same issue happens.
  3. If you have checked all those options, the most likely the TV’s back light or power inverter or power supply is not working.  You will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:THE LEFT SIDE OR RIGHT SIDE OF THE SCREEN IS PARTIALLY CUT OFF, WHILE THE OPPOSITE SIDE HAS A VERTICAL BLACK BAR - Lines, Black screen, back light, bulb ?
A:

  1. Check another source to see if the same issue happens.
  2. Check the video cable to make sure it is not loose.
  3. If this is a TV, see if all the sources are giving you the same problem.  If they are then most likely the TV is at fault and you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.
  4. If this is a monitor, try going into the video card’s driver settings to see if you can adjust the image from the video card driver’s settings.  For more information on that you will also need to contact your video card technical support.
  5. If you have checked all of those options and your unit is still giving you the over range message, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:REMOTE CONTROL IS NOT WORKING - Remote control, broken remote?
A:

  1. Turn off the TV, unplug it from the socket.  Remove the batteries out of the remote for 30 minutes.  Press the remote buttons and the power button randomly for a good 2 seconds, and then reinstall the batteries.  Try the remote to see if it works. 
  2. The TV’s remote sensor is also housed in the same place as the power indicator light.  Please make sure there is line of sight from the remote control’s front sensor to the remote sensor of the TV.
  3. If both options above fail, and your unit is still giving you trouble, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:TV REMOTE CODE - Remote control, program, programmable, cable remote?
A:

  1. This television follows SONY’s universal remote code. To find the actual code you must read through your own universal remote’s guide book.

Q:THE TV TURNS ON OR OFF SLOWLY AND THE SCREEN SHOWS UP SLOWLY - long time to turn on, turn on slowly, slow power?
A:

  1. This TV is a High Definition liquid crystal display panel TV.  It requires a few more seconds than normal TVs to power up and show the picture.

Q:NO SOUND ON PC - No sound, PC, sound not working?
A:

  1. Make sure you have a 3.5 mm mini-jack cable connected from your pc’s sound output to the TV’s VGA STEREO INPUT.
  2. If your unit is still giving you trouble, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:HDCP VIDEO SAYS NO HDCP SUPPORT - HDMI device not working, NO HDCP Support, HDCP not working, HDMI not working, DVI not working?
A:

  1. Reboot your HDCP video device but turning them off and unplugging the power cord.  Wait up to 8 minutes to plug the power back in to see if it works or not.
  2. If your unit is still giving you trouble, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:HDCP VIDEO HAS NO AUDIO - HDMI no audio, HDMI no sound, HDCP no sound, DVI no sound?
A:

  1. Make sure you have a 3.5 mm mini-jack cable connected from your HDCP video device’s sound output to the TV’s VGA STEREO INPUT.  If your HDCP video device uses RCA AUDIO jacks, you’ll need to obtain a RCA audio converted into 3.5 mm mini-jack cable.
  2. If your unit is still giving you trouble, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:CANNOT ACHIEVE THE RESOLUTION YOU WANT - Not support, Screen not the right size?
A:

  1. Make sure the unit is recognized as plug and play monitor.  Try updating your video card’s drivers as well.  If that does not help, most likely you’ll need to upgrade your video card to a newer one.
  2. If your unit is still giving you trouble, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:PICTURE IS DISTORTED OR HAS ABNORMAL SOUND - Fuzzy sound, sound crackling, humming noise?
A:

  1. This might be from interference from large electrical appliances, cars, motorcycles, or fluorescent lights.  If the TV is close to the wall, try moving the TV to another room in your house to see if the problem still occurs.
  2. If your unit is still giving you trouble, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:BIG BLACK BOX IN THE MIDDLE OF SCREEN - Closed captioning, black box, black in the middle?
A:

  1. You have turned on closed captioning and are using TEXT1 – TEXT4.  Change the setting to CC1 or turn off closed captioning and the box will disappear.  Refer to page 40 for more information.
  2. If the problem does not go away, check your AV device, maybe your cable or satellite box is sending that signal.  Check other sources to see if they give you the same problem.  If they do then most likely it’s the TV and you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.  If they do not then most likely it is the cable or satellite box, please check with your service provider for further help.

Q:SWITCHING A CHANNEL OR SOURCE CHANGES THE VOLUME - AVL, Auto Volume, Automatic Volume, Volume changes on its own?
A:

  1. Different channels and inputs will sometimes have this effect because the channel signal’s own volume is already loud.  There is no way remove this completely.  The TV has an AUTO VOLUME LEVEL function that can combat this type of effect.  Please make sure that function is turned on.
  2. If your unit is still giving you trouble, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:THERE IS NOISE OR TRASH PIXELS ON THE SCREEN - Fuzzy picture, snowy picture, unclear?
A:

  1. When your TV’s resolution is higher than the digital channel’s broadcast resolution, the signal is up-converted to match your TV’s resolution.  Up-converting can cause this type of effect.
  2. If you still think that this is a problem with your TV, please contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:TV TURNS OFF AUTOMATICALLY AFTER 5 MINUTES - Automatic shutoff, auto shut down, power saver, power saving?
A:

  1. The TV features a power saving mode which will automatically turn off the TV, if there’s no signal provided for more than 5 minutes.
  2. If the TV turns off even with video and audio showing on the TV screen, please contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:How DO I CLEAN THE TV? - Clean, wipe, clear screen?
A:

  1. The power cable has to be removed from the power socket before cleaning the HDTV.
  2. Do not use volatile solvent (alcohol, rosin, and toluene) to clean the HDTV.  These type of chemicals might damage the housing and the LCD glass.
  3. Use a 100% cotton cloth or micro-fiber cloth for cleaning.
  4. If the remote control or bezel is dirty to the point where you cannot simply dry wipe it, please lightly dampen the wiping material (the wiping material cannot be dripping wet, because if water drips into the panel it will cause malfunction and possible permanent damage to the panel which will not be covered under the warranty) with clean water and wipe again.  Wipe the display with a dry micro-fiber cloth or 100% cotton cloth afterwards.

Q:USB Port not displaying pictures/video? - USB, USB not working, USB video, USB?
A:

  1. Make sure that the files are of the supported type on the USB (JPEG or MP3s only).
  2. Make sure that you’re using a flash drive with a maximum size of 2Gigabytes.
  3. Unplug the USB drive, and then plug it back in.
  4. Make sure that your source is on ‘Media.’
  5. Make sure that your flash drive is formatted in FAT16 format.

Q:Okay, so 4K has a lot more pixels than HD. But is it really that much better? ?
A:

4K images are composed of nearly 8.3 million pixels. Compare that to the just over 2 million found in a 1080p image, the full HD resolution produced by Blu-Rays. It's nine times as many pixels as a 720p HD broadcast. That's like the difference between an 8-megapixel camera and a 2-megapixel camera.

Q:TV has no power, LED is not illuminated.?
A:

1.Make sure the power cord is properly and securely connected.
2.Try a different electric outlet.
3.Try a new power cord.
4.If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:Can I even see all those pixels? ?
A:

   It depends. The extra pixels make 4K images look great in the store when you're standing close to the TV. But if you expect to sit on your couch 8 feet away from your TV, you'll need a 55-inch TV or bigger to see the improvement. And the farther from the TV you sit, the bigger the TV you need in order for 4K to make a difference. The smaller your TV and the farther you sit from it, the less distinguishable individual pixels become. So 4K mostly benefits viewers who sit close to large TVs. But the Ultra HD standard is about more than just a lot of pixels. The video specs also call for a larger color space, which should make   everything look better even if you can't see all of the pixels.

Q:Indicator light show red / blue when turned on then eventually shut off, screen is black with no backlight?
A:

Power inverter problem, ship in repair.

Q:DISPLAY / VIDEO - ABNORMAL COLORS?
A:

  1. Check if the video cables are loose.
  2. Check if the video cables are correctly connected.  Sometimes with YPbPr (Component) cables it is possible to mix the green and blue connection.
  3. Check if the cable is corrupt.  Try a new set of cables to see if it makes any difference.

Q:DISPLAY / VIDEO - SCREEN IS BLACK AUDIO IS GOOD?
A:

  1. If you are watching the TV tuner make sure the signal is good.  Sometimes with bad signals the picture will fail but the audio will still be present.
  2. Check if the video cable wire is loose. 
  3. Check if the video cable itself is bad.
  4. Check the source of the video (a dvd player or cable box or game console) to see if that has problems.  Try the source of the video with another TV if possible.  If it works then this tells you it is the TV’s issue.  If it does not work then it tells you the problem lies with the device.
  5. If you have checked all of the above, most likely the TV is at fault.  Try turning the TV off, unplugging the power for 10 minutes then plugging it back in.  Please see if that solves your issue.
  6. If all efforts fail, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:DISPLAY / VIDEO - SCREEN IS WHITE?
A:

  1. Check the source of video with another video device connected to the TV.  See if it works.
  2. Press the MENU button to see if the menu comes up.
  3.  If all efforts fail, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:DISPLAY / VIDEO - SCREEN SHOWS NO VIDEO?
A:

  1. Check if the video cable wire is loose. 
  2. Check if the video cable itself is bad.
  3. Check the source of the video (a dvd player or cable box or game console) to see if that has problems.  Try the source of the video with another TV if possible.  If it works then this tells you it is the TV’s issue.  If it does not work then it tells you the problem lies with the device.
  4. If you have checked all of the above, most likely the TV is at fault.  Try turning the TV off, unplugging the power for 10 minutes then plugging it back in.  Please see if that solves your issue.
  5. If all efforts fail, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:DISPLAY / VIDEO - SCREEN SHOWS VIDEO OVER RANGE?
A:

  1. Check if the video cable wire is loose. 
  2. Connect the previously known working monitor on the computer and make sure the video resolution conforms to the resolution supported by the LCD’s native resolution.  Most LCDs have a refresh tolerance of 60hz, please make sure the refresh rate is also 60hz.
  3. If this is a AV device such as a DVD player or cable box, then signal is not valid, try changing a new set of cables or changing out the DVD player or cable box to see if those are the problem.
  4. If you have checked all of those options and your unit is still giving you the over range message, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:DISPLAY / VIDEO - HDCP VIDEO SAYS NO HDCP SUPPORT?
A:

  1. Reboot your HDCP video device but turning them off and unplugging the power cord.  Wait up to 8 minutes to plug the power back in to see if it works or not.
  2. If your unit is still giving you trouble, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:DISPLAY / VIDEO - CANNOT ACHIEVE THE RESOLUTION YOU WANT?
A:

  1. Make sure the unit is recognized as plug and play monitor.  Try updating your video card’s drivers as well.  If that does not help, most likely you’ll need to upgrade your video card to a newer one.
  2. If your unit is still giving you trouble, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:DISPLAY / VIDEO - How do I install WinXP/2000 driver for the LCD Panel??
A:

  1. Download the driver file from Sceptre website.
  2. Save the file into a diskette.
  3. In Win XP/2000, click on “My Computer" - "Control Panel" - "Display" - " Setting" - "Advanced" - "Monitor" - "Properties” – “Driver”.  For Win XP, in Control Panel, please makes sure select “Classic view”.
  4. Click on “update driver” and click “next” button
  5. Click on “display a list of the know driver for this device so that i can choose a specific driver” and click “next” button.
  6. Click on “have disk” button
  7. Click on “look in” and locate file folder
  8. Click on “open” and click “OK” button
  9. Select the model or P/N of the monitor and click on “next” button.
  10. Click on “next” button again
  11. Restart the computer

Q:DISPLAY / VIDEO - My LCD Panel has no display and the power LED light is off (no power on the LCD Panel), what should I do??
A:

Please do the following steps:

  1. Please check the power cord; make sure it's tight and secured.
  2. Please try to use a different power cord.
  3. Please try to use a different AC adapte, if it's available.
  4. If you connect it to the power strip, please try to connect directly to the outlet wall.
  5. Please try to hook up the power cord to the different outlet wall.

Q:DISPLAY / VIDEO - Are Sceptre LCD Panels Apple (Macintosh) compatible??
A:

  1. Yes, they are. However, they have ether to be connected to Power Macintosh either using an IBM VGA card  or the Macintosh with separate sync on video sync signal output . The LCD panels are not compatible with conventional Macintosh because  it  uses sync on green  on video sync output.

Q:DISPLAY / VIDEO - SCREEN SHOWS VIDEO FOR A SECOND THEN GOES OFF, AUDIO IS STILL WORKING?
A:

  1. Check if the video cable wire is loose. 
  2. Check another source to see if the same issue happens.
  3. If you have checked all those options, the most likely the TV’s back light or power inverter or power supply is not working.  You will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:DISPLAY / VIDEO - PICTURE HAS PIXELS THAT ARE ALWAYS DISPLAYING THE SAME COLOR?
A:

  1. If you purchased it under 30 days.  Please exchange it with your retailer.
  2. If you are outside 30 days of return period please read the following.  Your TV is manufactured using an extremely high level of precision technology, however, sometimes some pixels of your TV may not display. Pixels defects within industry specifications are inherent to this type of product and do not constitute a defective product.  SCEPTRE sets limit on the LCD at 3 dead pixels in a cluster adjacent to each other, or 5 dead pixels in a combination of color and brightness. Any number of dead or bad pixels under the limit is considered to be within normal performance specification of the LCD and is not considered defective. 

Q:DISPLAY / VIDEO - PICTURE IS DISTORTED OR HAS ABNORMAL SOUND?
A:

  1. This might be from interference from large electrical appliances, cars, motorcycles, or fluorescent lights.  If the TV is close to the wall, try moving the TV to another room in your house to see if the problem still occurs.
  2. If your unit is still giving you trouble, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:DISPLAY / VIDEO - THE LEFT SIDE OR RIGHT SIDE OF THE SCREEN IS PARTIALLY CUT OFF, WHILE THE OPPOSITE SIDE HAS A VERTICAL BLACK BAR?
A:

  1. Check another source to see if the same issue happens.
  2. Check the video cable to make sure it is not loose.
  3. If this is a TV, see if all the sources are giving you the same problem.  If they are then most likely the TV is at fault and you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.
  4.  If this is a monitor, try going into the video card’s driver settings to see if you can adjust the image from the video card driver’s settings.  For more information on that you will also need to contact your video card technical support.
  5. If you have checked all of those options and your unit is still giving you the over range message, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:DISPLAY / VIDEO - BIG BLACK BOX IN THE MIDDLE OF SCREEN?
A:

  1. You have turned on closed captioning and are using TEXT1 – TEXT4.  Change the setting to CC1 or turn off closed captioning and the box will disappear.  Refer to page 40 for more information.
  2. If the problem does not go away, check your AV device, maybe your cable or satellite box is sending that signal.  Check other sources to see if they give you the same problem.  If they do then most likely it’s the TV and you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.  If they do not then most likely it is the cable or satellite box, please check with your service provider for further help.

Q:AUDIO / SOUND / DVD - NO SOUND ON PC?
A:

  1. Make sure you have a 3.5 mm mini-jack cable connected from your pc’s sound output to the TV’s VGA STEREO INPUT.
  2. If your unit is still giving you trouble, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:AUDIO / SOUND / DVD - NO AUDIO?
A:

  1. Check the cables to see if they are tightly connected.
  2. Check the source to make sure your cables are connected to the correct source.
  3. If you are using HDMI then make sure you have set the audio signal to PCM instead of BITSTREAM.
  4. If you are using ANTENNA:AIR as your source, make sure your signal is strong.  Check with another channel to see if sound is coming through.
  5. Try another source with another device to see if there’s sound on the other source.  If there is it might be the device connected to your current source at fault.
  6. If all else fails, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:AUDIO / SOUND / DVD - SWITCHING A CHANNEL OR SOURCE CHANGES THE VOLUME?
A:

  1. Different channels and inputs will sometimes have this effect because the channel signal’s own volume is already loud.  There is no way remove this completely.  The TV has an AUTO VOLUME LEVEL function that can combat this type of effect.  Please make sure that function is turned on.
  2. If your unit is still giving you trouble, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:AUDIO / SOUND / DVD - THERE IS NOISE OR TRASH PIXELS ON THE SCREEN?
A:

  1. When your TV’s resolution is higher than the digital channel’s broadcast resolution, the signal is up-converted to match your TV’s resolution.  Up-converting can cause this type of effect.
  2. If you still think that this is a problem with your TV, please contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:AUDIO / SOUND / DVD - HDCP VIDEO HAS NO AUDIO?
A:

  1. Make sure you have a 3.5 mm mini-jack cable connected from your HDCP video device’s sound output to the TV’s VGA STEREO INPUT.  If your HDCP video device uses RCA AUDIO jacks, you’ll need to obtain a RCA audio converted into 3.5 mm mini-jack cable.
  2. If your unit is still giving you trouble, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:AUDIO / SOUND / DVD - How come my movie files do not play using the DVD player built into the Sceptre TV??
A:

  1. Sceptre TVs with built in DVD players can play standard DVD and VCD movies only.  If you want to play movies or clips of home videos you have backed up onto a DVD disc, you will need to download a software that helps you copy or “burn” the files properly so that the DVD player recognizes the DVD and plays them properly.  Please reference the link below for further instructions.

        http://www.wikihow.com/Put-Movies-on-a-Blank-DVD             

Q:POWER - DOES NOT TURN ON?
A:

  1. Check your ac adapter to see if it is list. 
  2. Check the LED indicator light to see if it is lit.
  3. Check your AC adapter to see if its own LED indicator is lit.
  4. Try another wall socket to see if that is the problem.
  5. If all else fails, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:POWER - NO POWER?
A:

  1. Make sure the power cord is properly and securely connected.
  2. Try a different electric outlet.
  3. Try a new power cord.
  4. If all efforts fail, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.    

Q:POWER - THE TV TURNS ON OR OFF SLOWLY AND THE SCREEN SHOWS UP SLOWLY?
A:

  1. This TV is a High Definition liquid crystal display panel TV.  It requires a few more seconds than normal TVs to power up and show the picture.

Q:MISC - What is HDTV??
A:

  1. HDTV is a new format for broadcasting TV programming. HDTV is an acronym for High Definition Television.  It is the high-end of digital cable, and provides the highest quality TV viewing experience available. It can be received via satellite or, where available, by converting a special HDTV signal transmitted over a digital cable connection. Digitally encoding a television picture is known as DTV, or Digital Television. A signal that is DTV is not necessarily HDTV - think of small dish systems and the digital channels on the 4DTV system. However, all HDTV signals are DTV - or digital. Bottom-line is HDTV provides 5 times better resolution than regular TV Analog signal.           

Q:MISC - What is the differences between old Regular TV and HDTV??
A:

  1. Display quality : Standard NTSC TV display about 480 lines of resolution from top to bottom. HDTV display 1080 lines of resolution. It's twice the number of lines vertically and horizontally compared to the NTSC TV. So, the HDTV displays a very fine detailed images.
  2. Audio Quality :  Audio Quality: The improvement in audio quality over traditional analog TV is greater than that of a CD versus a cassette tape. HDTV programming is capable of Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound content, which mimics the three-dimensional sound heard in movie theaters.
  3. Aspect Ratio :  defines the size of the display (Display width divided by the Display height). Traditional Analog TV display in 4:3 aspect Ratio. HDTV display in 16:9 Ratio in Widescreen format. This 16:9 Wide Screen is a more natural setting for our eyes and similar to those ratio used in Theatre released movie. Bottom-line is you get to see more on the HDTV screen. See below for Aspect Ratio comparison :     

Q:MISC - Requirements to receive HDTV video??
A:

  1. As illustrated by the above diagram,
    i) Buy a HDTV that have ATSC or DTV Tuner built-in in order to view the highly detailed video images of HD. ATSC / DTV is the tuner for receiving HD signal. NTSC Tuner is for regular TV. Usually a HDTV Ready does not have an Integrated DTV Tuner inside the TV. One need to buy the DTV tuner in order to receive HD channel. Or rent a HD Ready Cable box from the Cable company.
    ii) HD Signal source :  Next the TV Input Signal must be in HD format. To get  HD format, either use a HDTV Antenna, subscribe to a HD Cable from the Cable company. Cable company usually lease or provides a HD  Digital Cable Box.

    Using an Air HDTV Antenna, you can also able to receive some TV channels, currently being broadcast in HD format.

    iii)  I/O Cable : Currently non HD TV uses RCA or S-Video cable to receive TV signal. For HDTV, it uses HDMI, Component or DVI cable to transfer the highest best quality, uncompressed Video & Audio data to the HDTV.
    iv) Right Channel : The HD Channel and Standard usually are on different channel. So, refer to your Cable TV programming guide.
    v) Other Sources : Besides Cable HD Channel, you can also able to use Satellite Dish, Up-Convert DVD Player, HD DVD player, Blu Ray DVD Player, Windows Media HD Movie to view High Definition movies/video. XBox 360 is also able to deliver HD to your HDTV too!   

 

Q:MISC - TV REMOTE CODE?
A:

  1. This television follows SONY’s universal remote code. To find the actual code you must read through your own universal remote’s guide book.

Q:MISC - What does HDTV-Ready mean??
A:

  1. HDTV-Ready Television does not have the ATSC / DTV tuner to receive HD signals. Std TV uses NTSC tuner. So, if you buy a HDTV-Ready TV to receive HD Channels over the AIR, you will not be able to because it does not have the Tuner to do the conversion job. You need to either buy the ATSC / DTV Tuner or rent a HD Cable Ready box from Cable company. To avoid hassle, buy a HDTV NOT HDTV-Ready.   

Q:MISC - REMOTE CONTROL IS NOT WORKING?
A:

  1. urn off the TV, unplug it from the socket.  Remove the batteries out of the remote for 30 minutes.  Press the remote buttons and the power button randomly for a good 2 seconds, and then reinstall the batteries.  Try the remote to see if it works. 
  2. The TV’s remote sensor is also housed in the same place as the power indicator light.  Please make sure there is line of sight from the remote control’s front sensor to the remote sensor of the TV.
  3. If both options above fail, and your unit is still giving you trouble, you will need to contact Sceptre’s Technical Support Group for help.

Q:MISC - Can I connection VCR/DVD/TV directly to my LCD monitor??
A:

  1. PT17W/PT17G/PT18W/PT18G are the only models that you can connect VCR/DVD/TV directly; the LCD monitors have S-Video connector.

Q:MISC - Can I use digital video card for my LCD monitor??
A:

  1. PT17W/PT17G/PT18W/PT18G are the only models support digital video card; the LCD monitor have 24-pin DVI connector. 

Q:MISC - Resetting the X400BV-FHD and X370BV-HD?
A:

  1. The following instructions are for X370BV-HD and X400BV-FHD only.
  2. You need to press 5 buttons consecutively and in a brisk motion.  There are times when people fail to open up the factory menu.  Usually it is either because the TV missed one of the commands or they customer pressed it too slow or the customer held their finger on one button too long.  Make sure the customer aligns him/her self with the blue light which is where the remote sensor is at.  Sometimes switching the source to a non-TV tuner source (HDMI, AV or YPBPR) will also promote the success rate in launching the factory menu.
  3. To reset the TV you will need to do the following entirely from the remote control.
  4. Turn on the TV, try 2143 if the TV asks for a password.  Press SOURCE
  5. 7343 and a menu will come up.  Select OTHER SETTINGS, then select RESTORE TO DEFAULT.  Confirm your selection and the TV will reset itself.  Afterwards you should see no database on the TV screen, which means you have successfully reset the TV.  Please go about setting the TV up again for viewing programs as if it is a brand new TV.
  6. TO reset the TV with an upside down screen please do the following entire from the remote control.
  7. Turn on the TV, try 2143 if the TV asks for a password.  Press SOURCE
  8. 7343 and a menu will come up.  Select OTHER SETTINGS, then select SCALER OUTPUT.  Press the RIGHT direction button to rotate the screen.
  9. Afterwards select RESTORE TO DEFAULT.  Confirm your selection and the TV will reset itself.  Afterwards you should see no database on the TV screen, which means you have successfully reset the TV.  Please go about setting the TV up again for viewing programs as if it is a brand new TV.

***CAUTION***:

Since this is a factory menu there are some options that would completely ultra the performance of the screen and possibly damage the unit so please do not deviate or play around with any other settings.

Q:MISC - REMOVING STICKER LABELS ON THE TV?
A:

Method A

  1. Use a hair dryer and blow on the sticker; this will warm up the sticker’s glue which will allow you to easily remove the sticker.
  2. Use regular tape to remove the glue residue by taping the glue residue then pulling the tape up.  Repeat this action until the glue residue is completely removed. 

Method B

  1. Use a product found commonly in hardware stores such as Home Depot or Lowes called Goo Gone or Goo Be Gone, dampen a paper towel with the solution and rub gently on the sticker area. 
  2. Wait for 10-20 minutes.
  3. Try to remove the sticker by gently picking at the sides.  If the sticker still feels hard to peel off, repeat STEP 1.
  4. Once you remove the sticker, use the Goo Gone or Goo Be Gone solution again on the towel and wipe the area where the sticker was removed in order to take out the remaining glue residue.
  5. As an alternative you can use tape to remove the glue residue by taping the glue residue then pulling the tape up in.  Repeat this action until the glue residue is completely removed.

Q:Cannot scan specific channel, is this TV defective??
A:

No, channels are particular to the antenna and positioning of your antenna for scanning channels.

Q:Cannot scan specific channel, is this TV defective??
A:

No, channels are particular to the antenna and positioning of your antenna for scanning channels.

Q: That is all well and good, but it is not like there is anything to watch on 4K, right? house of cards 4k, Youtube 4k. ?
A:

Like all other original Netflix programs in 2014, House of Cards will be shot and offered in 4K.Amazon, Hulu, Netflix, and YouTube have all announced that they will produce more 4K content beginning this year.

Q:MY TV screen is black but I still have sound?
A:

1.If you are watching the TV tuner make sure the signal is good.  Sometimes with bad signals the picture will fail but the audio will still be present.
2.Check if the video cable wire is loose.
3.Check if the video cable itself is bad.
4.Check the source of the video (a dvd player or cable box or game console) to see if that has problems.  Try the source of the video with another TV if possible.  If it works then this tells you it is the TV’s issue.  If it does not work then it tells you the problem lies with the device.
5. If you have checked all of the above, most likely the TV is at fault.  Try turning the TV off, unplugging the power for 10 minutes then plugging it back in.  Please see if that solves your issue.
6. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:HDMI Compatibility Issues Basic Information?
A:

1. Try a known to be working HDMI cable to see if that helps.
2. Purchase a new HDMI cable from an electronics store or online store to see if that helps.
2. Turn both devices off then power each of them on separately.  See if that helps.
3. If you still have the same problem please check with Sceptre's support team for further help on the subject.  www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:The contrast is too bright, and the text has coloring, what do I do??
A:

1. Obtain the TV's remote control.
2. Press menu then navigate to Picture settings. Using the features like Sharpness, Saturation, Contrast and Brightness adjust the sliders for best viewing experience that you prefer.
3.  If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:TV is displaying abnormal colors.?
A:

1. If you are watching the TV tuner make sure the signal is good.  Sometimes with bad signals the picture will fail but the audio will still be present.
2. Check if the video cable wire is loose.
3. Check if the video cable itself is bad.
4. Check the source of the video (a dvd player or cable box or game console) to see if that has problems.  Try the source of the video with another TV if possible.  If it works then this tells you it is the TV’s issue.  If it does not work then it tells you the problem lies with the device.
5. If you have checked all of the above, most likely the TV is at fault.  Try turning the TV off, unplugging the power for 10 minutes then plugging it back in.  Please see if that solves your issue.
6. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:HDCP video is showing no HDCP support?
A:

1. Reboot your HDCP video device but turning them off and unplugging the power cord.  Wait up to 8 minutes to plug the power back in to see if it works or not.
2. If you are still experiencing issues, turn the TV off for 10 seconds then turn it back on.  See if the problem persists.
3. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:Are Sceptre products compatible with Apple products??
A:

Yes, Sceptre TVs and monitors will display as plug and play devices when connected. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:Display has dead / stuck / bright pixels.?
A:

1. If you purchased it under 30 days.  Please exchange it with your retailer.
2. If you are outside 30 days of return period please read the following.  Your TV is manufactured using an extremely high level of precision technology, however, sometimes some pixels of your TV may not display. Pixels defects within industry specifications are inherent to this type of product and do not constitute a defective product.  SCEPTRE sets limit on the LCD at 3 dead, stuck or bright pixels in a cluster adjacent to each other, or 5 dead pixels in a combination of color and brightness. Any number of dead or bad pixels under the limit is considered to be within normal performance specification of the LCD and is not considered defective.

Q:Picture is distorted or abnormal.?
A:

1. Check if the video cables are loose
2. Check if the video cables are correctly connected. Sometimes with YPbPr (Component) cables it is possible to mix the green and blue connection.
3. Check if the cable is corrupt. Try a new set of cables to see if it makes any difference.
If connected with the composite cables ) red yellow white) make sure you are on the AV source.
If connected with component cables(green blue red white red) make sure you are on the YPbPr source.
This might be from interference from large electrical appliances, cars, motorcycles, or fluorescent lights.  If the TV is close to the wall, try moving the TV to another room in your house to see if the problem still occurs.
If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:The left side of right side of the screen is partially cut off, while the opposite side has a vertical black bar. ?
A:

1. Make sure that your display's aspect ratio is set to full or dot by dot.
2. Check another source to see if the same issue happens.
3. Check the video cable to make sure it is not loose. If this is a TV, see if all the sources are giving you the same problem.
If this is a monitor, try going into the video card’s driver settings to see if you can adjust the image from the video card driver settings.
If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:There is audio or sound coming from the TV.?
A:

1. Check the cables to see if they are tightly connected.
2. Check the source to make sure your cables are connected to the correct source.
3. If you are using HDMI then make sure you have set the audio signal to PCM instead of BITSTREAM.
4. If you are using ANTENNA:AIR as your source, make sure your signal is strong. Check with another channel to see if sound is coming through.
5. Try another source with another device to see if there’s sound on the other source. If there is audio from the second source, then there may be an issue with your original device. Verify that the Original device is function correctly and try again.
6. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:No Signal?
A:

1. Check if your TV is on the right source. The inputs on the back of the TV will be labeled. Press the source button and select the same source that your connection is plugged in to.
2. Check if the video cable wire is loose.
3. Check if the video cable itself is bad.
4. Check the source of the video (a dvd player or cable box or game console) to see if that has problems. Try the source of the video with another TV if possible. If it works then this tells you it is the TV’s issue. If it does not work then it tells you the problem lies with the device.
5. If you have checked all of the above, most likely the TV is at fault. Try turning the TV off, unplugging the power for 10 minutes then plugging it back in.
6. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:Remote is not functioning properly ?
A:

1. Turn off the TV, unplug it from the socket.
2. The TV’s remote sensor is also housed in the same place as the power indicator light. Please make sure there is line of sight from the remote control’s front sensor to the remote sensor of the TV.
3. Remove the batteries out of the remote for about 10 minutes. Press the remote buttons and the power button for 2 seconds, and then reinstall the batteries.Try the remote to see if it works.
4. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:How come my movie files do not play using the DVD player built into the Sceptre TV??
A:

Sceptre TVs with built in DVD players can play standard DVD and VCD movies only.  If you want to play movies or clips of home videos you have backed up onto a DVD disc, you will need to download a software that helps you copy or “burn” the files properly so that the DVD player recognizes the DVD and plays them properly.  Please reference the link below for further instructions.
http://www.wikihow.com/Put-Movies-on-a-Blank-DVD

Q:How do I program my remote to my TV??
A:

Our TVs will follow the same remote codes as Sony's. Please consult the manual for your universal remote for the specific code. If none of the codes provided work with your TV please contact your manufacturer of your remote or your service provider for more information.

Q:Removing sticker labels on the?
A:

Method A
1. Use a hair dryer and blow on the sticker; this will warm up the sticker’s glue which will allow you to easily remove the sticker.
2. Use regular tape to remove the glue residue by taping the glue residue then pulling the tape up.  Repeat this action until the glue residue is completely removed.

Method B
1. Use a product found commonly in hardware stores such as Home Depot or Lowes called Goo Gone or Goo Be Gone, dampen a paper towel with the solution and rub gently on the sticker area.
2. Wait for 10-20 minutes.
3. Try to remove the sticker by gently picking at the sides.  If the sticker still feels hard to peel off, repeat STEP 1.
4. Once you remove the sticker, use the Goo Gone or Goo Be Gone solution again on the towel and wipe the area where the sticker was removed in order to remove the remaining glue residue.
5. As an alternative you can use tape to remove the glue residue by taping the glue residue then pulling the tape up.  
6. Repeat this action until the glue residue is completely removed.

Q:HDCP video says no HDCP support?
A:

1. Reboot your HDCP video device but turning them off and unplugging the power cord.  
2. Wait up to 8 minutes to plug the power back in to see if it works or not.
3. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:How do I mount my TV/ monitor??
A:

Most of our products will be VESA compatible; however, sizing will change with each model. Please consult your user manual for more information. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:TV has no power, LED is not illuminated.?
A:

1.Make sure the power cord is properly and securely connected.

2.Try a different electric outlet.

3.Try a new power cord.

4.If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:HDMI Compatibility Issues Basic Information?
A:

1. Try a known to be working HDMI cable to see if that helps.
2. Purchase a new HDMI cable from an electronics store or online store to see if that helps.
2. Turn both devices off then power each of them on separately.  See if that helps.
3. If you still have the same problem please check with Sceptre's support team for further
help on the subject.  www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:My TV screen is black but I still have sound?
A:

1.If you are watching the TV tuner make sure the signal is good.  Sometimes with bad signals the picture will fail but the audio will still be present.
2.Check if the video cable wire is loose.
3.Check if the video cable itself is bad.
4.Check the source of the video (a dvd player or cable box or game console) to see if that has problems.  Try the source of the video with another TV if possible.  If it works then this tells you it is the TV’s issue.  If it does not work then it tells you the problem lies with the device.
5. If you have checked all of the above, most likely the TV is at fault.  Try turning the TV off, unplugging the power for 10 minutes then plugging it back in.  Please see if that solves your issue.
6. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:My monitor screen is black but I still have sound?
A:

1.Check if the video cable wire is loose.


2.Check if the video cable itself is bad.


3.Check the source of the video (DVD player, cable box, game console, etc.) to see if that has problems. Try the source of the video with another monitor/TV if possible. If another display works, then your monitor is experiencing an issue. If another display does not work, then the problem lies with the device (DVD player, cable box, game console, etc.).


4. If you have checked all of the above, most likely the monitor is at fault. Try turning the monitor off, unplugging the power for 10 minutes, then plugging it back in. Please see if that solves your issue.


5. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:HDMI Compatibility Issues Basic Information?
A:

1. Try a known to be working HDMI cable to see if that helps.
2. Purchase a new HDMI cable from an electronics store or online store to see if that helps.
2. Turn both devices off then power each of them on separately.  See if that helps.
3. If you still have the same problem please check with Sceptre's support team for further
help on the subject.  www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:HDMI Compatibility Issues Basic Information?
A:

1. Try a known to be working HDMI cable to see if that helps.
2. Purchase a new HDMI cable from an electronics store or online store to see if that helps.
2. Turn both devices off then power each of them on separately.  See if that helps.
3. If you still have the same problem please check with Sceptre's support team for further
help on the subject.  www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:TV has no power, LED is not illuminated.?
A:

1.Make sure the power cord is properly and securely connected.

2.Try a different electric outlet.

3.Try a new power cord.

4.If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:TV has no power, LED is not illuminated.?
A:

1.Make sure the power cord is properly and securely connected.

2.Try a different electric outlet.

3.Try a new power cord.

4.If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:MY TV screen is black but I still have sound?
A:

1.If you are watching the TV tuner make sure the signal is good.  Sometimes with bad signals the picture will fail but the audio will still be present.
2.Check if the video cable wire is loose.
3.Check if the video cable itself is bad.
4.Check the source of the video (a dvd player or cable box or game console) to see if that has problems.  Try the source of the video with another TV if possible.  If it works then this tells you it is the TV’s issue.  If it does not work then it tells you the problem lies with the device.
5. If you have checked all of the above, most likely the TV is at fault.  Try turning the TV off, unplugging the power for 10 minutes then plugging it back in.  Please see if that solves your issue.
6. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:My monitor screen is black but I still have sound?
A:

1.Check if the video cable wire is loose.


2.Check if the video cable itself is bad.


3.Check the source of the video (DVD player, cable box, game console, etc.) to see if that has problems. Try the source of the video with another monitor/TV if possible. If another display works, then your monitor is experiencing an issue. If another display does not work then the problem lies with the device (DVD player, cable box, game console, etc.).


4. If you have checked all of the above, most likely the monitor is at fault. Try turning the monitor off, unplugging the power for 10 minutes, then plugging it back in. Please see if that solves your issue.


5. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:HDMI Compatibility Issues Basic Information?
A:

1. Try a known to be working HDMI cable to see if that helps.
2. Purchase a new HDMI cable from an electronics store or online store to see if that helps.
2. Turn both devices off then power each of them on separately.  See if that helps.
3. If you still have the same problem please check with Sceptre's support team for further
help on the subject.  www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:The contrast is too bright, and the text has coloring, what do I do??
A:

1. Obtain the TV's remote control.
2. Press menu then navigate to Picture settings. Using the features like Sharpness, Saturation, Contrast and Brightness adjust the sliders for best viewing experience that you prefer.
3.  If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:The contrast is too bright, and the text has coloring, what do I do??
A:

1. Obtain the TV's remote control.
2. Press menu then navigate to Picture settings. Using the features like Sharpness, Saturation, Contrast and Brightness adjust the sliders for best viewing experience that you prefer.
3.  If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:The contrast is too bright, and the text has coloring, what do I do??
A:

1. Obtain the TV's remote control.
2. Press menu then navigate to Picture settings. Using the features like Sharpness, Saturation, Contrast and Brightness adjust the sliders for best viewing experience that you prefer.
3.  If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:The contrast is too bright, and the text has coloring, what do I do??
A:

1. Obtain the TV's remote control.
2. Press menu then navigate to Picture settings. Using the features like Sharpness, Saturation, Contrast and Brightness adjust the sliders for best viewing experience that you prefer.
3.  If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:TV is displaying abnormal colors.?
A:

1. If you are watching the TV tuner make sure the signal is good.  Sometimes with bad signals the picture will fail but the audio will still be present.
2. Check if the video cable wire is loose.
3. Check if the video cable itself is bad.
4. Check the source of the video (a dvd player or cable box or game console) to see if that has problems.  Try the source of the video with another TV if possible.  If it works then this tells you it is the TV’s issue.  If it does not work then it tells you the problem lies with the device.
5. If you have checked all of the above, most likely the TV is at fault.  Try turning the TV off, unplugging the power for 10 minutes then plugging it back in.  Please see if that solves your issue.
6. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:TV is displaying abnormal colors.?
A:

1. If you are watching the TV tuner make sure the signal is good.  Sometimes with bad signals the picture will fail but the audio will still be present.
2. Check if the video cable wire is loose.
3. Check if the video cable itself is bad.
4. Check the source of the video (a dvd player or cable box or game console) to see if that has problems.  Try the source of the video with another TV if possible.  If it works then this tells you it is the TV’s issue.  If it does not work then it tells you the problem lies with the device.
5. If you have checked all of the above, most likely the TV is at fault.  Try turning the TV off, unplugging the power for 10 minutes then plugging it back in.  Please see if that solves your issue.
6. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:Are Sceptre products compatible with Apple products??
A:

Yes, Sceptre TVs and monitors will display as plug and play devices when connected. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:Are Sceptre products compatible with Apple products??
A:

Yes, Sceptre TVs and monitors will display as plug and play devices when connected. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:Are Sceptre products compatible with Apple products??
A:

Yes, Sceptre TVs and monitors will display as plug and play devices when connected. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:HDCP video is showing no HDCP support?
A:

1. Reboot your HDCP video device but turning them off and unplugging the power cord.  Wait up to 8 minutes to plug the power back in to see if it works or not.
2. If you are still experiencing issues, turn the TV off for 10 seconds then turn it back on.  See if the problem persists.
3. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:HDCP video is showing no HDCP support?
A:

1. Reboot your HDCP video device but turning them off and unplugging the power cord.  Wait up to 8 minutes to plug the power back in to see if it works or not.
2. If you are still experiencing issues, turn the TV off for 10 seconds then turn it back on.  See if the problem persists.
3. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:Are Sceptre products compatible with Apple products??
A:

Yes, Sceptre TVs and monitors will display as plug and play devices when connected. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:Display has dead / stuck / bright pixels.?
A:

1. If you purchased it under 30 days.  Please exchange it with your retailer.
2. If you are outside 30 days of return period please read the following.  Your TV is manufactured using an extremely high level of precision technology, however, sometimes some pixels of your TV may not display. Pixels defects within industry specifications are inherent to this type of product and do not constitute a defective product.  SCEPTRE sets limit on the LCD at 3 dead, stuck or bright pixels in a cluster adjacent to each other, or 5 dead pixels in a combination of color and brightness. Any number of dead or bad pixels under the limit is considered to be within normal performance specification of the LCD and is not considered defective.

Q:Display has dead / stuck / bright pixels.?
A:

1. If you purchased it under 30 days.  Please exchange it with your retailer.
2. If you are outside 30 days of return period please read the following.  Your TV is manufactured using an extremely high level of precision technology, however, sometimes some pixels of your TV may not display. Pixels defects within industry specifications are inherent to this type of product and do not constitute a defective product.  SCEPTRE sets limit on the LCD at 3 dead, stuck or bright pixels in a cluster adjacent to each other, or 5 dead pixels in a combination of color and brightness. Any number of dead or bad pixels under the limit is considered to be within normal performance specification of the LCD and is not considered defective.

Q:Display has dead / stuck / bright pixels.?
A:

1. If you purchased it under 30 days.  Please exchange it with your retailer.
2. If you are outside 30 days of return period please read the following.  Your TV is manufactured using an extremely high level of precision technology, however, sometimes some pixels of your TV may not display. Pixels defects within industry specifications are inherent to this type of product and do not constitute a defective product.  SCEPTRE sets limit on the LCD at 3 dead, stuck or bright pixels in a cluster adjacent to each other, or 5 dead pixels in a combination of color and brightness. Any number of dead or bad pixels under the limit is considered to be within normal performance specification of the LCD and is not considered defective.

Q:Display has dead / stuck / bright pixels.?
A:

1. If you purchased it under 30 days.  Please exchange it with your retailer.
2. If you are outside 30 days of return period please read the following.  Your TV is manufactured using an extremely high level of precision technology, however, sometimes some pixels of your TV may not display. Pixels defects within industry specifications are inherent to this type of product and do not constitute a defective product.  SCEPTRE sets limit on the LCD at 3 dead, stuck or bright pixels in a cluster adjacent to each other, or 5 dead pixels in a combination of color and brightness. Any number of dead or bad pixels under the limit is considered to be within normal performance specification of the LCD and is not considered defective.

Q:Picture is distorted or abnormal.?
A:

1. Check if the video cables are loose
2. Check if the video cables are correctly connected. Sometimes with YPbPr (Component) cables it is possible to mix the green and blue connection.
3. Check if the cable is corrupt. Try a new set of cables to see if it makes any difference.
If connected with the composite cables ) red yellow white) make sure you are on the AV source.
If connected with component cables(green blue red white red) make sure you are on the YPbPr source.
This might be from interference from large electrical appliances, cars, motorcycles, or fluorescent lights.  If the TV is close to the wall, try moving the TV to another room in your house to see if the problem still occurs.
If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:Picture is distorted or abnormal.?
A:

1. Check if the video cables are loose
2. Check if the video cables are correctly connected. Sometimes with YPbPr (Component) cables it is possible to mix the green and blue connection.
3. Check if the cable is corrupt. Try a new set of cables to see if it makes any difference.
If connected with the composite cables ) red yellow white) make sure you are on the AV source.
If connected with component cables(green blue red white red) make sure you are on the YPbPr source.
This might be from interference from large electrical appliances, cars, motorcycles, or fluorescent lights.  If the TV is close to the wall, try moving the TV to another room in your house to see if the problem still occurs.
If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:Picture is distorted or abnormal.?
A:

1. Check if the video cables are loose
2. Check if the video cables are correctly connected. Sometimes with YPbPr (Component) cables it is possible to mix the green and blue connection.
3. Check if the cable is corrupt. Try a new set of cables to see if it makes any difference.
If connected with the composite cables ) red yellow white) make sure you are on the AV source.
If connected with component cables(green blue red white red) make sure you are on the YPbPr source.
This might be from interference from large electrical appliances, cars, motorcycles, or fluorescent lights.  If the TV is close to the wall, try moving the TV to another room in your house to see if the problem still occurs.
If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:Picture is distorted or abnormal.?
A:

1. Check if the video cables are loose
2. Check if the video cables are correctly connected. Sometimes with YPbPr (Component) cables it is possible to mix the green and blue connection.
3. Check if the cable is corrupt. Try a new set of cables to see if it makes any difference.
If connected with the composite cables ) red yellow white) make sure you are on the AV source.
If connected with component cables(green blue red white red) make sure you are on the YPbPr source.
This might be from interference from large electrical appliances, cars, motorcycles, or fluorescent lights.  If the TV is close to the wall, try moving the TV to another room in your house to see if the problem still occurs.
If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:The left side of right side of the screen is partially cut off, while the opposite side has a vertical black bar. ?
A:

1. Make sure that your display's aspect ratio is set to full or dot by dot.
2. Check another source to see if the same issue happens.
3. Check the video cable to make sure it is not loose. If this is a TV, see if all the sources are giving you the same problem.
If this is a monitor, try going into the video card’s driver settings to see if you can adjust the image from the video card driver settings.
If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:The left side of right side of the screen is partially cut off, while the opposite side has a vertical black bar. ?
A:

1. Make sure that your display's aspect ratio is set to full or dot by dot.
2. Check another source to see if the same issue happens.
3. Check the video cable to make sure it is not loose. If this is a TV, see if all the sources are giving you the same problem.
If this is a monitor, try going into the video card’s driver settings to see if you can adjust the image from the video card driver settings.
If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:The left side of right side of the screen is partially cut off, while the opposite side has a vertical black bar. ?
A:

1. Make sure that your display's aspect ratio is set to full or dot by dot.
2. Check another source to see if the same issue happens.
3. Check the video cable to make sure it is not loose. If this is a TV, see if all the sources are giving you the same problem.
If this is a monitor, try going into the video card’s driver settings to see if you can adjust the image from the video card driver settings.
If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:The left side of right side of the screen is partially cut off, while the opposite side has a vertical black bar. ?
A:

1. Make sure that your display's aspect ratio is set to full or dot by dot.
2. Check another source to see if the same issue happens.
3. Check the video cable to make sure it is not loose. If this is a TV, see if all the sources are giving you the same problem.
If this is a monitor, try going into the video card’s driver settings to see if you can adjust the image from the video card driver settings.
If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:There is audio or sound coming from the TV.?
A:

1. Check the cables to see if they are tightly connected.
2. Check the source to make sure your cables are connected to the correct source.
3. If you are using HDMI then make sure you have set the audio signal to PCM instead of BITSTREAM.
4. If you are using ANTENNA:AIR as your source, make sure your signal is strong. Check with another channel to see if sound is coming through.
5. Try another source with another device to see if there’s sound on the other source. If there is audio from the second source, then there may be an issue with your original device. Verify that the Original device is function correctly and try again.
6. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:There is audio or sound coming from the TV.?
A:

1. Check the cables to see if they are tightly connected.
2. Check the source to make sure your cables are connected to the correct source.
3. If you are using HDMI then make sure you have set the audio signal to PCM instead of BITSTREAM.
4. If you are using ANTENNA:AIR as your source, make sure your signal is strong. Check with another channel to see if sound is coming through.
5. Try another source with another device to see if there’s sound on the other source. If there is audio from the second source, then there may be an issue with your original device. Verify that the Original device is function correctly and try again.
6. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:No Signal?
A:

1. Check if your TV is on the right source. The inputs on the back of the TV will be labeled. Press the source button and select the same source that your connection is plugged in to.
2. Check if the video cable wire is loose.
3. Check if the video cable itself is bad.
4. Check the source of the video (a dvd player or cable box or game console) to see if that has problems. Try the source of the video with another TV if possible. If it works then this tells you it is the TV’s issue. If it does not work then it tells you the problem lies with the device.
5. If you have checked all of the above, most likely the TV is at fault. Try turning the TV off, unplugging the power for 10 minutes then plugging it back in.
6. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:No Signal?
A:

1. Check if your TV is on the right source. The inputs on the back of the TV will be labeled. Press the source button and select the same source that your connection is plugged in to.
2. Check if the video cable wire is loose.
3. Check if the video cable itself is bad.
4. Check the source of the video (a dvd player or cable box or game console) to see if that has problems. Try the source of the video with another TV if possible. If it works then this tells you it is the TV’s issue. If it does not work then it tells you the problem lies with the device.
5. If you have checked all of the above, most likely the TV is at fault. Try turning the TV off, unplugging the power for 10 minutes then plugging it back in.
6. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:No Signal?
A:

1. Check if your TV is on the right source. The inputs on the back of the TV will be labeled. Press the source button and select the same source that your connection is plugged in to.
2. Check if the video cable wire is loose.
3. Check if the video cable itself is bad.
4. Check the source of the video (a dvd player or cable box or game console) to see if that has problems. Try the source of the video with another TV if possible. If it works then this tells you it is the TV’s issue. If it does not work then it tells you the problem lies with the device.
5. If you have checked all of the above, most likely the TV is at fault. Try turning the TV off, unplugging the power for 10 minutes then plugging it back in.
6. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:No Signal?
A:

1. Check if your TV is on the right source. The inputs on the back of the TV will be labeled. Press the source button and select the same source that your connection is plugged in to.
2. Check if the video cable wire is loose.
3. Check if the video cable itself is bad.
4. Check the source of the video (a dvd player or cable box or game console) to see if that has problems. Try the source of the video with another TV if possible. If it works then this tells you it is the TV’s issue. If it does not work then it tells you the problem lies with the device.
5. If you have checked all of the above, most likely the TV is at fault. Try turning the TV off, unplugging the power for 10 minutes then plugging it back in.
6. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:Remote is not functioning properly ?
A:

1. Turn off the TV, unplug it from the socket.
2. The TV’s remote sensor is also housed in the same place as the power indicator light. Please make sure there is line of sight from the remote control’s front sensor to the remote sensor of the TV.
3. Remove the batteries out of the remote for about 10 minutes. Press the remote buttons and the power button for 2 seconds, and then reinstall the batteries.Try the remote to see if it works.
4. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:Remote is not functioning properly ?
A:

1. Turn off the TV, unplug it from the socket.
2. The TV’s remote sensor is also housed in the same place as the power indicator light. Please make sure there is line of sight from the remote control’s front sensor to the remote sensor of the TV.
3. Remove the batteries out of the remote for about 10 minutes. Press the remote buttons and the power button for 2 seconds, and then reinstall the batteries.Try the remote to see if it works.
4. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:How come my movie files do not play using the DVD player built into the Sceptre TV??
A:

Sceptre TVs with built in DVD players can play standard DVD and VCD movies only.  If you want to play movies or clips of home videos you have backed up onto a DVD disc, you will need to download a software that helps you copy or “burn” the files properly so that the DVD player recognizes the DVD and plays them properly.  Please reference the link below for further instructions.
http://www.wikihow.com/Put-Movies-on-a-Blank-DVD

Q:How come my movie files do not play using the DVD player built into the Sceptre TV??
A:

Sceptre TVs with built in DVD players can play standard DVD and VCD movies only.  If you want to play movies or clips of home videos you have backed up onto a DVD disc, you will need to download a software that helps you copy or “burn” the files properly so that the DVD player recognizes the DVD and plays them properly.  Please reference the link below for further instructions.
http://www.wikihow.com/Put-Movies-on-a-Blank-DVD

Q:How do I program my remote to my TV??
A:

Our TVs will follow the same remote codes as Sony's. Please consult the manual for your universal remote for the specific code. If none of the codes provided work with your TV please contact your manufacturer of your remote or your service provider for more information.

Q:How do I program my remote to my TV??
A:

Our TVs will follow the same remote codes as Sony's. Please consult the manual for your universal remote for the specific code. If none of the codes provided work with your TV please contact your manufacturer of your remote or your service provider for more information.

Q:Removing sticker labels on the?
A:

Method A
1. Use a hair dryer and blow on the sticker; this will warm up the sticker’s glue which will allow you to easily remove the sticker.
2. Use regular tape to remove the glue residue by taping the glue residue then pulling the tape up.  Repeat this action until the glue residue is completely removed.

Method B
1. Use a product found commonly in hardware stores such as Home Depot or Lowes called Goo Gone or Goo Be Gone, dampen a paper towel with the solution and rub gently on the sticker area.
2. Wait for 10-20 minutes.
3. Try to remove the sticker by gently picking at the sides.  If the sticker still feels hard to peel off, repeat STEP 1.
4. Once you remove the sticker, use the Goo Gone or Goo Be Gone solution again on the towel and wipe the area where the sticker was removed in order to remove the remaining glue residue.
5. As an alternative you can use tape to remove the glue residue by taping the glue residue then pulling the tape up.  
6. Repeat this action until the glue residue is completely removed.

Q:Removing sticker labels on the?
A:

Method A
1. Use a hair dryer and blow on the sticker; this will warm up the sticker’s glue which will allow you to easily remove the sticker.
2. Use regular tape to remove the glue residue by taping the glue residue then pulling the tape up.  Repeat this action until the glue residue is completely removed.

Method B
1. Use a product found commonly in hardware stores such as Home Depot or Lowes called Goo Gone or Goo Be Gone, dampen a paper towel with the solution and rub gently on the sticker area.
2. Wait for 10-20 minutes.
3. Try to remove the sticker by gently picking at the sides.  If the sticker still feels hard to peel off, repeat STEP 1.
4. Once you remove the sticker, use the Goo Gone or Goo Be Gone solution again on the towel and wipe the area where the sticker was removed in order to remove the remaining glue residue.
5. As an alternative you can use tape to remove the glue residue by taping the glue residue then pulling the tape up.  
6. Repeat this action until the glue residue is completely removed.

Q:Removing sticker labels on the?
A:

Method A
1. Use a hair dryer and blow on the sticker; this will warm up the sticker’s glue which will allow you to easily remove the sticker.
2. Use regular tape to remove the glue residue by taping the glue residue then pulling the tape up.  Repeat this action until the glue residue is completely removed.

Method B
1. Use a product found commonly in hardware stores such as Home Depot or Lowes called Goo Gone or Goo Be Gone, dampen a paper towel with the solution and rub gently on the sticker area.
2. Wait for 10-20 minutes.
3. Try to remove the sticker by gently picking at the sides.  If the sticker still feels hard to peel off, repeat STEP 1.
4. Once you remove the sticker, use the Goo Gone or Goo Be Gone solution again on the towel and wipe the area where the sticker was removed in order to remove the remaining glue residue.
5. As an alternative you can use tape to remove the glue residue by taping the glue residue then pulling the tape up.  
6. Repeat this action until the glue residue is completely removed.

Q:Removing sticker labels on the?
A:

Method A
1. Use a hair dryer and blow on the sticker; this will warm up the sticker’s glue which will allow you to easily remove the sticker.
2. Use regular tape to remove the glue residue by taping the glue residue then pulling the tape up.  Repeat this action until the glue residue is completely removed.

Method B
1. Use a product found commonly in hardware stores such as Home Depot or Lowes called Goo Gone or Goo Be Gone, dampen a paper towel with the solution and rub gently on the sticker area.
2. Wait for 10-20 minutes.
3. Try to remove the sticker by gently picking at the sides.  If the sticker still feels hard to peel off, repeat STEP 1.
4. Once you remove the sticker, use the Goo Gone or Goo Be Gone solution again on the towel and wipe the area where the sticker was removed in order to remove the remaining glue residue.
5. As an alternative you can use tape to remove the glue residue by taping the glue residue then pulling the tape up.  
6. Repeat this action until the glue residue is completely removed.

Q:HDCP video says no HDCP support?
A:

1. Reboot your HDCP video device but turning them off and unplugging the power cord.  
2. Wait up to 8 minutes to plug the power back in to see if it works or not.
3. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:HDCP video says no HDCP support?
A:

1. Reboot your HDCP video device but turning them off and unplugging the power cord.  
2. Wait up to 8 minutes to plug the power back in to see if it works or not.
3. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:How do I mount my TV/ monitor??
A:

Most of our products will be VESA compatible; however, sizing will change with each model. Please consult your user manual for more information. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:How do I mount my TV/ monitor??
A:

Most of our products will be VESA compatible; however, sizing will change with each model. Please consult your user manual for more information. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:How do I mount my TV/ monitor??
A:

Most of our products will be VESA compatible; however, sizing will change with each model. Please consult your user manual for more information. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

Q:How do I mount my TV/ monitor??
A:

Most of our products will be VESA compatible; however, sizing will change with each model. Please consult your user manual for more information. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact our support team for more assistance. https://www.sceptre.com/contactus.html

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