Identifying the model number and serial number.


If you have a Sharp branded TV, your serial sticker will look similar to this:

TV labels Sharp

1. Model Number. Use this when searching for Manuals, Quick Start Guides or ordering spare parts.

2. Serial Number. Use this when reporting a fault. Usually between 26-33 characters long.


If you have a Blaupunkt, e-motion, Eternity or JMB branded TV, your serial sticker will look similar to this:

Blaupunkt Logo
e-motion Logo
Eternity Logo
JMB Logo
TV label Generic

1. Model Number. Use this when searching for Manuals, Quick Start Guides or ordering spare parts.

2. Serial Number. Use this when reporting a fault. Usually between 26-33 characters long.

If you have a Technika branded TV, your serial sticker will look similar to this:

TV labels Technika

1. Model Number. Use this when searching for Manuals, Quick Start Guides or ordering spare parts.

2. Serial Number. Use this when reporting a fault. Usually between 26-33 characters long.

If you have a Bush branded TV, your serial sticker will look similar to this:

TV labels Bush

1. Model Number. Use this when searching for Manuals, Quick Start Guides or ordering spare parts.

2. Serial Number. Use this when reporting a fault. Usually between 26-33 characters long.


If you have an Alba branded TV, your serial sticker will look similar to this:

TV labels Alba

1. Model Number. Use this when searching for Manuals, Quick Start Guides or ordering spare parts.

2. Serial Number. Use this when reporting a fault. Usually between 26-33 characters long.


If you have a Logix or Tevion branded TV, your serial sticker will look similar to this:

TV labels Logix and Tevion

1. Model Number. Use this when searching for Manuals, Quick Start Guides or ordering spare parts.

2. Serial Number. Use this when reporting a fault. Usually between 26-33 characters long.