I have had this tv/dvd for a little while..but no longer can I find out how to eject a DVD. Please help.
Set up is really easy. Plug & play. The only complaint I have is the sleep timer. You have to go through a full menu and hit scroll twice to get to the sleep timer. Once there, the writing is so small it's difficult to see the length of time you're setting it for if you're more than 3 feet away. Once finished, you have to exit out of the menu too; it doesn't simply close....
Haier LEC24B1380 24" TV/DVD Combo - HDTV 1080p - 16:9 - 1920 x 1080 -
This 24" LED HDTV DVD Combo lets you enjoy the sharp, clear picture of 1080p Full HD with the added convenience of an integrated slot-loading DVD player. Edge-Lit LED backlighting delivers enhanced contrast and color in a slim profile.
ITEM#: 14941414This 24" LED HDTV DVD Combo lets you enjoy the sharp, clear picture of 1080p Full HD with the added convenience of an integrated slot-loading DVD player. Edge-Lit LED backlighting delivers enhanced contrast and color in a slim profile.
- Display: 24" LED
- Resolution: 1080p
- Refresh rate: 60 Hz
- Pixel response: 5ms
- Aspect ratio: 16:9
- Dynamic contrast ratio: 1000000:1
- Brightness: 300 cd/m2
- Tuner: NTSC, ATSC
- Interface: 2 x HDMI, USB, Composite, Component, Digital Audio Output, Headphone, VGA
- Model: LEC24B1380
- Dimensions: 14.7 x 22.8 x 2
- Weight: 8.5 lbs
This high-quality item has been factory refurbished. Please click on the icon above for more information on quality factory-reconditioned merchandise.
|Screen Size||20 - 29 Inches|
|Warranty||90 day Manufacturer|
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I really loved this TV and the DVD player is a great feature. The one thing I did not like was the fact that it had only certain settings for the screen size and picture display so some would make the picture bigger than the screen and cut things off. Never found one that really gave me a picture size that actually fit the TV screen correctly. Sadly I waited too long to use the TV so I was not able to return it. I did use it for awhile but eventually gave it away. Great TV except for that feature but for that reason I would not recommend.Read More
Set up is really easy. Plug & play. The only complaint I have is the sleep timer. You have to go through a full menu and hit scroll twice to get to the sleep timer. Once there, the writing is so small it's difficult to see the length of time you're setting it for if you're more than 3 feet away. Once finished, you have to exit out of the menu too; it doesn't simply close.Read More
You can not find a better deal for a flat screen 24" DVD/TV combo. Dual HDMI connects, audio and other connections. Keep in mind this is not a BluRay player, but everything about thus unit is superb.Read More
TV arrived in good condition and worked just fine. Had a little trouble finding the timer to shut the TV off but after I finally found it, it works great.Read More
This TV/DVD combo is perfect for the bedroom. I have a 47 inch TV in the Living Room for the Fam, but this one is mine, all mine. I like the ease of having a DVD built in. I have had the set for about a month now and it has been great! Definitely recommend this set to anyone looking for a combo TV, or good little extra set. Also recommend Tiger Direct website for all your electronic needs.Read More
Questions & Answers
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Where is the dvd slot? on The top or the side?
Thank you for shopping with us tullyman. The DVD would be on the side. Have a great day.
Does this exact model have a 75 ohm (coax) hook up
It sure does! Have a great day!
can this television be mounted to a wall
Yes, it can.
can this television be mounted to a wall?
Yes, it can be mounted to a wall.
Is this a refurbished item?
Yes, it is listed as such at the bottom of the product description.
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TV Stand Buying Guide
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HDMI Fact Sheet
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Sony PlayStation 4
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