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To prevent
fire
or shock
hazard,
do not expose
the unit
to rain or
moisture.
To avoid
electrical
shock,
do not
open the
cabinet.
Refer
servicing
to
qualified
personnel
only.
-
Reorient
or relocate
the receiving
antenna.
-
Increase
the separation
between
the
equipment
and receiver.
-
Connect
the equipment
into an outlet
on a circuit different from
that to
which
the
receiver is connected.
-
Consult
the
dealer or an experienced
radio/TV
technician
for help.
CAUTION
You
are
cautioned
that
any
changes
or
modification
not expressly
approved
in
this manual
could
void
your
authority
to
operate
this
equipment.
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Owner's
Record
The
model
and
serial
numbers are
located
at the rear of the unit.
Record
the serial
number
in the space
provided
below.
Refer to them
whenever
you call upon
your
Sony dealer
regarding
this product.
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This
symbol
is
intended
to alert
Model
No.
the user
to the presence
of
uninsulated
"dangerous
voltage"
Serial No.
within
the product's
enclosure
.'
that may be
of
sufficient
Forthe customers
inAustralia
magnitude to constitute a
risk
of
The
following
caution
label is located
electric
shock to
persons,
inside the unit.
//_
This
symbol
is
intended
to alert
the
user
to the preselice
of
importantoperating
and
maintenance
(servicing)
instructions
in the literature
accompanying
theavvliance.
INFORMATION
This
equipment
has been tested and
found to
comply
with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the
FCC
Rules.
These
limits are
designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful
interference
in a residential installation. This
equipment
generates,
uses,
a_d
can
radiate
radio frequency
energy
and, if
not installed
and used
in accordance
with
the instructions,
may
cause
harmful
interference
to radio communications.
However,
there
is
no guarantee
that
interference
will
not occur
in a particular
installation.
If
this
equipment
does
cause
harmful
interference
to
radio
or
television
reception,
which
can be
determined
by
turning
the equipment
off
and on,
the user is encouraged
to try to
correct
the interference
by one or more of
the following
measures:
This appliance
is classified
as a CLASS
1
LASER
product.
The
CLASS
1 LASER PRODUCT
MARKING
is located
on the rear
exterior.
Precautions
Onsafety
Caution
--
The use of optical
instruments
with
this product
will
increase
eye
hazard,
m
Should
any solid
object or liquid
fall
into
the cabinet,
unplug
the player
and
have
it
checked
by qualified
personnel
before
operating
it any further.
On power
sources
Before operating the player, check that
the operating voltage of the player is
identical with your local power
supply. The operating voltage is
indicated on the nameplate at the rear
of the player.
The player
is not disconnected
from
the AC power
source
(mains)
as long
as it is connected
to the wall
outlet,
even
if
the
player
itself
has been
turned
off.
If you
are not going
to use the player
for a long
time,
be
sure to disconnect
the player
from the wall outlet.
To
disconnect
the AC
power
cord (mains
lead),
grasp the plug
itself;
never
poll
the
cord.
AC
power
cord must
be
changed
only
at the qualified
service
shop.
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On placement
Place the
player
in a location with
adequate ventilation to
prevent
heat
build-up
in
the player.
Do
not place
the player
on a soft
surface
such
as a rug that might
block
the ventilation
holes
on
the bottom.
Do not place
the player
in
a location
near heat sources,
or in a place
subject
to direct sunlight,
excessive
dust or
mechanical
shock.
Onoperation
If the player
is brought
directly
from
a
cold
to a warm
location,
or is placed
in
a very
damp
room,
moisture
may
condense
on the lenses
inside
the
player.
Should
this
occur,
the player
may
not operate
properly.
In this case,
remove
the disc and leave
the
player
turned
on for about
an hour until
the
moisture
evaporates.
On adjusting
volume
Do
not turn up
the
volume
while
listening
to a portion
with
very
low
level
inputs
or no audio
signals.
If you
do,
the speakers
may
be damaged
when
a
peak
level
portion
is played.
On cleaning
Clean
the cabinet,
p_nel
a_
controls
with
a soft cloth sEghtly
moi_stened
with
a mild detergent
solution.
Do
not
use
any type of abrasive
pad,
scouring
powder
or solvent
such
as
alcohol
or
benzine.
If you
have any questions
or
problems
concerning
your player,
please
consult
your nearest Sony
dealer.
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