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The POWER button on the front panel and remote control switches the unit from ON to
STANDBY but does not isolated the unit from the main supply. If it is to be left unattached for
a long period, it is recommended that the unit is switched to standby and the mains plug is
removed from the socket.
If no sound is emitted from the speakers when the POWER is ON, turn down the volume
level and press the POWER button to switch the unit to standby mode, and check to see if
the speaker cords are properly connected.
This unit contains a muting circuit and it takes about 5 – 6 seconds for this unit to reach
stable operation after switching the set to POWER ON mode.
Never open the covers or touch the insides or insert a metal object. Any of these could
cause an electric shock or a fault.
When an electrical storm is present, unplug the power cord and disconnect the antenna
The apparatus should not be exposed to dripping or splashing.
To clean the cabinets and panels when dirty, clean off dirt on the surfaces with a soft, dry
cloth. Never use thinner, benzene or alcohol, as these will damage the surface finish.
Protect the unit against excessive heat (e.g. direct sunlight), dust and moisture.
Discs which can be played on the CD player have the following mark on them:
Be careful not to damage the power supply cord. Be sure to hold the plug when pulling it
out; do not pull the cord.
Do not install the set in a confined location; otherwise, heat dissipation will be poor and
malfunctions may occur.
Do not place foreign objects in the disc compartment. It may cause damage to the
Do not move the unit suddenly from a very cold room into a warm room. When a chilled CD
player is moved suddenly to a warm location, condensation may form on the pickup lens,
preventing proper operation. In this case, wait 1 – 2 hours before resuming playback.
During playback, if the CD player is subjected to a sudden shock or jolt, some noise may be
produced. This is not a malfunction.
The CD player has wide dynamic range. As a result, if you turn your amplifier’s volume up
too high during soft (low volume) passages of a program, your speakers may be damaged
when the dynamic range of a sudden loud passage is produced.
Do not store discs in high-temperature, high-humidity locations. The discs may develop
warps and become unplayable. Also, discs with moisture on them may be unplayable. Wipe
any moisture off with a soft, dry cloth, and be sure discs are dried completely before using.
Do not leave a disc inside the CD player when it is not used for a long period.
Always remove all discs from the trays when moving the unit. Failure to do so many
damages the unit.
Please do not use CDs with cellophane/labels attached or CDs with peeled off stains, for
example, rental CDs, otherwise, they may get trapped inside the unit and cause
Electrical energy can perform many useful functions. This unit has been engineered and
manufactured to assure your personal safety. Improper use can result in potential electrical
shock or fire hazards. In order not to defeat the safeguards, observe the following
instructions for its installation, use and servicing.