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IMPORTANT
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
Read
these
operating
instructions
carefully
before
using
the unit.
Follow
the
safety
instructions
on the
unit and the safety
precautions
listed
below.
Keep these operating
instructions
handy for future
reference.
t.
Power
source--Conneot
the
unit
to a power
source
of
the
type
descdbed
in these instructions
or as marked
on the unit.
2.
PolarizationmThe
unit
is equipped
with
a polarized
power
plug
where
one blade is wider
than the other.
This safety
feature
ensures
that
the plug
fits
into your
household
AC outlet
only
one
way.
If the
plug
doesn't
fit
one way,
try
reversing
it.
If the
plug
still
doesn't
fit,
contact
an electrician
to replace
the
obsolete
outlet.
Do
not attempt
to
defeat
the
safety
purpose
of
the plug.
3.
Power
cord
protection--Roote
the AC power
supply
cord
so that it
will
not be walked
on or pinched
by items
placed
on or against
it.
Never take
hold of the plug or cord
with
wet hands.
Always
grasp
the
plug body firmly when
connecting
and disconnecting
it.
4.
Overloading--When
connecting
the
AC
power
supply
cord,
be
careful
not
to ovedoad
the
household
AC
outlet,
extension
cord,
or
outlet from
any
other
device
as this can result in fire or
electric
shock.
5.
Nonuse
periods--Turn
the
unit off when
it is not in use. Unplug
the
unit from
the
household
AC outlet
if it is not to be used
for a long
time.
Unplug
the unit
during
lightning
storms.
6.
Attachments
and
accessories--Use
only
the
attachments
and
accessories
recommended
in these
operating
instructions.
Placement
4.
Outdoor
antenna
grounding--If
you connect
an
outdoor
antenna,
ground
the
antenna
system
to protect
against
voltege
surges
and
built-up
static
charges.
Section
810
of the
National
Eleotdcal
Code,
ANSI/NFPA
No.
70-1990,
provides
information
about
grounding
of
the mast and supporting
structure,
grounding
of the read-in wire to an
antenna
discharge
unit,
size
of grounding
conductors,
location
of
antenna-discharge
unit,
connection
to
grounding
electrodes,
and
requirements
for the grounding
electrode.
Refer
to this diagram.
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NTENNA
LEAD IN
GROUND
WIRE
CLAMP
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
GROUNDINGCONDUCTORS
(NECSECTION 810-21)
CLAMPS
\\\
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
t.
Ventgation--Situate
the
unit so that it receives
proper
ventilation.
Do
not install
in a confined
space
such as a bookcase
or cabinet.
Allow
at least
10 cm (4
inches)
clearance
from
the
rear
of the
unit.
To
prevent
the
risk
of eleotdc
shock
or fire
due to overheating
ensure
curtains
and other materials
do not obstruct
the unit's venfitation.
2.
Foreign
material--Ensure
objects
and
liquids
do not
get
into the
unit.
Avoid
exposing
the unit to excessive
smoke,
dust,
mechanical
vibration,
and shock.
3.
Magnetism--Situate
the unit away from equipment
and devices
that
generate
strong
magnetic
fields.
4.
Stacking=Do
not
place
heavy
objects
on top of this unit.
5.
Surface--Place
the unit on a flat, level surface.
6.
Carts
and
stands--Use
the
unit only
with
carts
and stands
recommended
by
the
manufacturer.
Move
carts
with
care.
Sudden
stops,
excessive
force,
and
uneven
surfaces
can
cause
carts
to
overturn.
Y.
Wall
and
ceiling
mounting--Do
not
mount
the
unit on walls
or ceilings
unless
specified
in the instructions.
Environment
t.
Water
and
moisture--Do
not use the unit near water,
such as
near
a
bathtub
or swimming
pool
Avoid damp
basements.
2.
Heat--Situate
the unit away
from heat sources,
such as radiators.
Do
not
situate
where
temperatures
fall
below
5°C
(4t°F)
or
rise
above
350C (95°F).
3.
Power
lines--Take
care
when
setting
up an outdoor
antenna
that it
is not near overhead
power
lines,
electric
lights,
or efeotdcal
circuits,
and that
there
is no danger
of the
antenna
falling
on power
lines,
electric
lights,
or
electrical
circuits.
When
installing
an outdoor
antenna,
take extreme
care
not to touch such power
lines or circuits,
NEC--NATIONAL
ELECTRICAL
CODE
(See page
17 for details.)
Unplug
the
unit from the househotd
AC outlet before
cleaning.
Clean with a damp cloth.
Do not use abrasive
pads, scouring
powders,
or sotvents.
1.
Damage
requiring
service--The
unit
should
be serviced
by
qualified
service
personnel
i1_
(a) The AC power supply
cord or the plug has been damaged;
or
(b) Objects
or liquids
have gotten into the unit; or
(c) The unit has been
exposed
to rain; or
(d) The
unit does
not operate
normally
or exhibits
a marked
change
in performance;
or
(e) The unit has been
dropped
or the cabinet
damaged.
2.
Servicing--Do
not attempt
to service
the unit beyond
that described
in these operating
instructions.
Refer
all other servicing
to authorized
servicing
personnel
3.
Replacement
parts--When
parts need replacing
ensure
the servicer
uses parts
specified
by the manufacturer
or parts that have the same
characteristics
as
the
original
parts.
Unauthorized
substitutes
may
result
in fire, electdc
shock,
or other hazards.
4.
Safety
check--After
repairs
or service,
ask the
servicer
to perform
safety checks
to confirm
that the unit is in proper
working
condition.
as contact
with
them
can be fatal.
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