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My P50 is on order. I tried to download the user manual but only got 12 pages. Does anyone have the full manual in pdf format? Thanks.


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It's been that way ever since I tried to download it about a month ago. I did recently shoot off an email to Fujitsu about it. Hopefully they'll fix it in the near future.
 

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I've uploaded a copy to my server for you while we await Fujitsu getting what's online now fixed.


You can download it at http://www.2150.com/files/fujitsu_Px...anual_2003.pdf


(For you lurkers from the future looking at this URL many months or years after I wrote this, it's likely just going to be here temporarily, until I see Fujitsu fixes their version.)
 

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Doug,

Thanks for posting the user manual. I was hoping you had a version w/more clarity than the one which came with my P50, but unfortuately it is the same version. In any case, I appreciate having a pdf version which I won't lose. Still loving my P50.

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Oddly enough, I received two manuals. One is a bit more specific in that it talks about the two choices of add in DVI modules for the 42 and 50 inch models and the menu features resulting from the module(s). Short of that, the manual has a ways to go to be more useful.
 

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Oddly enough, I received two manuals. One is a bit more specific in that it talks about the two choices of add in DVI modules for the 42 and 50 inch models and the menu features resulting from the module(s). Short of that, the manual has a ways to go to be more useful.
Maybe that's for some other variation or not the US model? The P50XHA10US doesn't have add-in modules and I didn't think any of the others did either.


What's on the front cover of the manual?
 

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The manual states it is for the 42 and 50 inch US models. The manual then goes on inside to describe that your model may have come with module # DT1000 or DT1010. The module is shown as fitting underneath the plasma, and being the piece of hardware that contains the RF, s video, component, and or DVI jacks. It is secured to the plasma via a screw to the frame of the plasma.
 

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Bait28, you may have a collectors item! :) I just looked at my

P50 and there is not a module fitted up into the bottom. It looks

like the connectors may be on a separate structure, but it looks

like you have to take the back of the display off. Does the manual

list part numbers for the P50? It is interesting because the P50

is the first Fujitsu 50" plasma to have DVI. Maybe you have a newer

"rev". What's the build date of your plasma? It's on the back.


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I have seen literature about the module. The module is referred for the commercial version of the P50.

I looked at my P50XHA10US when I set it up and it appears the S-Video/Video connectors may be on a removable plug-in Assembly secured with screws.....But no I did not take it apart YET!


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Originally posted by bait28
Bait28, you may have a collectors item! I just looked at my

P50 and there is not a module fitted up into the bottom. It looks

like the connectors may be on a separate structure, but it looks

like you have to take the back of the display off. Does the manual

list part numbers for the P50? It is interesting because the P50

is the first Fujitsu 50" plasma to have DVI. Maybe you have a newer

"rev". What's the build date of your plasma? It's on the back.


larry


Larry, I will check and post this evening central time. I have had my plasma since March 22 03 and ordered it online.
 

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I just looked at Plasmavision.com and for the new P50XCA11UH

introduced in Jan 03 it lists in the specs that the video inputs are

"Optional video board sold separately". So, this must be the

new commercial version. The PDF brochure does not even mention

DVI on the video boards and talks about it being perfect for commercial

applications (in more words of course).


Also, above I mentioned the P50 being the first Fujitsu 50" with DVI, I

should have said DVI/HDCP. The 5004 has DVI input.


larry
 
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