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Bedside TV user guide

This resource is a guide on how to use the bedside TVs and troubleshooting some issues.

If your TV is not working and you are not able to resolve the issue with this guide, please ask a member of staff to contact the IT department.

Using the TV guide

To toggle through the guide, tap on the up and down arrows. ‘Swiping’ is not available on this interface.

To select a channel, tap on the channel name or the program you wish to watch. This is only live TV. The channel you picked should appear quickly.

Photograph of bedside TV screen, showing TV guide, and a hand icon on a selected channel, and two yellow circles highlighting up and down arrows

Making screens darker

You might want to reduce the screen’s brightness during the evening. To do this, hold down the brightness button. Eventually it will go black.

Photograph of bedside TV with black screen, with zoomed in on navigation buttons and hand icon highlighting brightness button

Side USB ports

Please avoid plugging in phones, tablets or other devices to the USB ports. These ports are disabled so they will not charge your device.

Photograph of bedside TV screen, and zoomed in on USB ports with a red crossed circle next to each

Screen interaction

Please avoid tapping the screen too many times while on the guide or loading a channel. Tapping it too many times can zoom in the screen. If this happens, ‘pinch’ the screen like you would on a smartphone to zoom out.

Photograph of bedside TV screen, showing TV program and lots of hand icons tapping screen

Please avoid pressing the source button on the TV, unless following a specific instruction from the troubleshooting.

Photograph of bedside TV zoomed into navigation panel and crossed out source button

Also, please avoid pressing the power button on the TV, unless following a specific instruction from the troubleshooting.

Photograph of bedside TV zoomed into navigation panel and crossed out power button

Troubleshooting guide

If your TV is not working and you are unable to fix the issue with this guide, please ask a member of staff to contact the IT department.

If the screen says ‘TV-No input’, then press the source button on the bottom left of the TV.

Photograph of bedside TV screen saying 'TV-no input'

Photograph of bedside TV zoomed into navigation panel and hand icon pointing to source button

If the screen says ‘PC-No input’, then press the power button at the bottom right of the screen. The power button should be green when turned on.

Photograph of bedside TV screen saying 'PC-no input'

Photograph of bedside TV zoomed into navigation panel and hand icon pointing to power button

 

Any other issues please ask a member of staff to contact IT and a member of the technical team will resolve the problem.

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Disclaimer

Please note: this is a generic information sheet relating to care at Sheffield Children’s NHS FT. These details may not reflect treatment at other hospitals. This information is not intended as a substitute for professional medical care. Always follow your healthcare professionals’ instructions. If this resource relates to medicines, please read it alongside the medicine manufacturer’s patient information leaflet. If this information has been translated into another language from English, efforts have been made to maintain accuracy, but there may still be some translation errors. If you are unsure about any of the guidance in this resource or have specific questions about how it relates to your child, always ask your healthcare professional for further advice.

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