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PrecQutlons
Before
using
this
unit
please
read
these
operating
instructions
carefully
Take
special
care
Io
follow
the
warnings
indicafed
on the
unit
itself
as well
as
the
safety
suggestions
listed
below
Afterwards
keep
them
handy
for future
reference.
1.
Power
Source
-- The
unit should
be connected
to power
supply
only
of
the
type
described
in
the
operating
instructions
or
as
marked
on the
unit
2.
Polarization
-- If the
unit is equipped
with
a polarized
AC
power
plug
(a plug
having
one
blade
wider
than
the
other),
that
plug
will
fit
into
the
AC
outlet
only
one
way
This
is
a
safety
feature
If you
are
unable
to
insert
the
plug
fully
into
_he 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
3.
Power
Cord
Protection
-- AC
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.
Never
take
hold
of the
plug
or
cord
if your
hand
is wet,
and
always
grasp
the
plug
body
when
connecting
or disconnecting
it.
4.
Nonuse
Periods
-- When
the
unit
is not
used,
turn
the
power
off.
When
left
unused
for
a long
period
of time,
the
unit
should
be unplugged
from
the
household
AC
outlet
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1.
Water
and
Moisture
--
Do
not
use
this
unit
near
water-for
example,
near
a
bathtub,
washbowl,
swimming
pool, or the like
Damp
basements
should
also
be
avoided
2.
Heat
-- The
unit
should
be situated
away
from
heat
sources
such
as radiators
and
the
like.
It also
shouid
not
be
placed
in
temperatures
less
than
5°C
(41 F)
or greater
than
35°C
(95_F),
1.
Ventilation
-
The
unit should
be situated
so
that
its location
or
position
does
not
interfere
with
its proper
ventilation
Allow
10 cm
(4")
clearance
from
the
rear
of the
unit
2.
Foreign
Material
-- Care
should
be taken
so that
objects
do not
fall
into
and
liquids
are
not
spilled
into
the
unit.
Do
not
subject
this
unit
to
excessive
smoke,
dust,
mechanical
vibration,
or
shock
3.
Magnetism
-- The
unit should
be situated
away
from
equipment
or devices
that
generate
strong
magnetic
fields.
4.
Stacking
--
Do
not
place
heavy
objects,
other
than
system
components,
on top
of the
unit.
5.
Surface
-- Place
the
unit on a flat,
level
surface
6.
Carts
and
Stands
--
The
unit should
be used
only
with
a cart
or
stand
that
is recommended
by
the
manufacturer
The
unit
and
cart
combination
should
be moved
with
care.
Quick
stops,
excessive
force,
and
uneven
sur-
faces
may
cause
the
unit and cart
combination
to overturn
7.
Wall
or
Ceiling
Mounting
-- The
unit should
not
be mounted
to
a wall
or ceiling,
unless
specified
in this
operating
instructions
Clean
the
cabinet,
panel
and
controls
with
a soft
cloth
lightly
moistened
with
mild
detergent
solution
Do
not
use
any
type
of
abrasive
pad,
scouring
powder
or
solvent
such
as
a_cohol or benzine
1.
Damage
Requiring
Service
--
The
unit
should
be serviced
by
qualified
service
personnel
when:
(a) The
AC
power
supply
cord or the plug has been
damaged;
or
(b)
Objects
have
fallen
or liquid
has been
spilled
into the unit; or
(c) The
unit
has
been
exposed
to
rain;
or
(d) The
unit does
not
appear
to operate
normaJly
or
exhibits
a
marked
change
in performance;
or
(e)
The
unit
has
been
dropped,
or the
enclosure
damaged.
2.
Servicing
--
The
user
should
not
attempt
to service
the
unit
beyond
that
described
in
the
operating
instructions.
All
other
servicing
should
be referred
to an
authorized
service
personnel.
For the
address
of an authorized
servicenter:
In the
U.S.A.
1-800-211-Z262
or web site
In Canada
905-624-5505
or web site
(www.panasonic,ca/fdbckca,
htm)
--THE
FOLLOWING
APPLIES
ONLY
IN THE
U.S.A.
CAUTION:
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
3rotection
against
harmful
interference
in
a
residential
installation.
This
equipment
generates,
uses
and
can
radiate
radio
frequency
energy
and,
if
net
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
ts encouraged
to
try
to correct
the
interference
by one
of the following
measures:
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
Any
unauthorized
changes
or
modifications
to
this
equipment
would
void
the user's
authority
to operate
this
device.
This
device
complies
with
Part
15 of the
FCC
Ru_es
Operation
is
subject
to
the
following
two
conditions:
(1)
This
device
may
not
cause
harmful
interference,
and
(2) this
device
musl
accept
any
interference
received,
including
interference
that
may
cause
undesired
operation
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