Denon DVD-556 user manual download

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WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE
THE
R_SK OF
ELECTRIC
SHOCK,
DO NOT
REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL,
The
lightning
flash with
arrowhead
symbol,
within
an
equilateral
triangle,
is intended
to alert
the user to the
presence
of uninsulated
"dangerous
voltage"
within
the
product's
enclosure
that may be of sufficient
magnitude
to constitute
a risk of electric shock to persons_
The
exclamation
point within
an equilateral
triangle
is
intended
to alert
the user to the presence
of important
operating
and
maintenance
(servicing)
instructions
in
the literature
accompanying
the appliance_
IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
1)
Read
Instructions
- All the safety
and
operating
instruc-
tions should
be read before
the
product
is operated.
2)
Retain
Instructions
- The safety
and operating
instruc-
tions
should
be retained
for future
reference.
3)
Heed
Warnings
- All warnings
on the product
and
in
the
operating
instructions
should
be
adhered
to.
4)
Follow
Instructions
- All operating
and
use instruc-
tions
should
be followed.
5)
Cleaning
- Unplug
this
product
from
the wall
outlet
before
cleaning.
Do not use
liquid
cleaners
or aerosol
cleaners.
Use
a damp
cloth
for cleaning.
6)
Attachments
- Do
not use attachments
not
recom-
mended
by the
product
manufacturer
as they
may
cause
hazards.
7)
Water
and
Moisture
- Do not use this
product
near
water
- for example,
near a bath
tub,
wash
bowl,
kitchen
sink,
or laundry
tub;
in a wet
basement;
or
near a swimming
pool; and
the
like.
8)
Accessories
- Do not
place
this
product
on an
unsta-
ble cart,
stand,
tripod,
bracket,
or table.
The product
may fall,
causing
serious
injury
to a child
or adult,
and
serious
damage
to the
product.
Use
only
with
a cart,
stand,
tripod,
bracket,
or table
recommended
by the
manufacturer,
or sold
with
the product.
Any
mounting
of the
product
should
follow
the
manufactureCs
instructions,
and should
use a mounting
accessory
recommended
by the
manufacturer.
9)
A product
and cart combination
r'Om'ABLE
CARTWARNING
should
be moved with care. Quick
(Sy_hbolÂŁrovidedbyRETAC)
stops, excessive
force, and uneven
surfaces
may cause
the product
and cart combination
to overturn.
10) Ventilation
- Slots
and
openings
in the cabinet
are provided
for
ventilation
and
to ensure
reliable
operation
of the
product
and to
protect
it from
overheating,
and
these
openings
must
not
be blocked
or covered.
The
openings
should
never
be blocked
by placing
the
product
on a bed,
sofa,
rug, or other
similar
surface.
This
product
should
not be
placed
in a built-in
instaF
lation
such
as a bookcase
or rack unless
proper
ven-
tilation
is provided
or the manufacturer's
instructions
have
been
adhered
to.
11) Power
Sources
- This
product
should
be operated
only
from the
type of
power
source
indicated
on the
marking
label.
If you are
not sure
of the
type
of power
supply
to your
home,
consult
your
product
dealer
or
local
power
company.
For products
intended
to oper-
ate from
battery
power,
or other
sources,
refer to the
operating
instructions.
12) Grounding
or Polarization
-This
product
may be
equipped
with
a polarized
alternating-current
line plug
(a plug
having
one
blade
wider
than
the
other). This
plug will
fit into the
power
outlet
only
one way. This
is
a safety
feature.
If you are unable
to insert
the
plug
fully
into the
outlet,
try
reversing
the
plug.
If the
plug
should
still fail to fit, contact
your
electrician
to
replace
your
obsolete
outlet.
Do not defeat
the safety
purpose
of the polarized
plug.
13) Power-Cord
Protection
- Power-supply
cords should
be
routed
so that they are not likely to be walked
on or
pinched
by items
placed
upon or against
them,
paying
particular
attention
to cords at plugs,
convenience
recep-
tacles,
and the point where
they exit from the product.
14) Lightning
- For added
protection
for this
product
dur-
ing a lightning
storm,
or when
it is left unattended
and
unused
for long
periods
of time,
unplug
it from the
wall
outlet. This
will prevent
damage
to the
product
due
to lightning
and
powerqine
surges.
15) Power
lines
- An outside
antenna
system
should
not
be located
in the
vicinity
of overhead
power
lines
or
other
electric
light
or power
circuits,
or where
it can
fall
into such
power
lines
or circuits.
When
installing
an outside
antenna
system,
extreme
care
should
be
taken
to keep
from touching
such
power
lines
or cir-
cuits
as contact
with them
might
be fatal.
16) Overloading
- Do
not overload
wall outlets,
extension
cords,
or integral
convenience
receptacles
as this can
result
in a risk of fire or electric
shock.
17) Obiect
and
Liquid
Entry
- Never
push objects
of any
kind
into this
product
through
openings
as they
may
touch
dangerous
voltage
points
or short-out
parts
that
could
result
in a fire or electric
shock.
Never
spill
liq-
uid of any kind
on the
product.
18) Servicing
- Do not
attempt
to service
this
product
yourself
as opening
or removing
covers
may expose
you to dangerous
voltage
or other
hazards.
Refer
all
servicing
to qualified
service
personnel.
19) Damage
Requiring
Service
- Unplug
this
product
from
the
wall outlet
and
refer
servicing
to qualified
service
personnel
under
the
following
conditions:
a) When
the power-supply
cord
or plug
is damaged,
b) If liquid
has
been
spilled,
or objects
have fallen
into
the
product,
c) If the
product
has been
exposed
to rain or water,
d) If the product
does
not operate
normally
by follow-
ing the
operating
instructions.
Adjust
only
those
controls
that
are covered
by the
operating
instruc-
tions
as an improper
adjustment
of other controls
may result
in damage
and will
often
require
exten-
sive
work
by a qualified
technician
to restore
the
product
to its normal
operation,
e) If the product
has been
dropped
or damaged
in
any way.
f) When
the
product
exhibits
a distinct
change
in per-
formance
- this
indicates
a need
for service.
20) Replacement
Parts
- When
replacement
parts
are
required,
be sure
the
service
technician
has used
replacement
parts
specified
by the
manufacturer
or
have the same
characteristics
as the
original
part.
Unauthorized
substitutions
may result
in fire,
electric
shock,
or other
hazards.
21) Safety
Check
- Upon
completion
of any service
or
repairs
to this
product,
ask the
service
technician
to
perform
safety
checks
to determine
that
the
product
is in proper
operating
condition.
22) Heat - The product
should
be situated
away from
heat
sources
such
as radiators,
heat registers,
stoves,
or
other
products
(including
amplifiers)
that
produce
heat.
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