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â¢ When the set is not going to be used for a long time, unplug the AC lead and remove the batteries. â¢ If a CD player is being operated while you are receiving a radio broadcast, you may hear a noise with the broadcast. If so, turn the operative switch of the CD player [OFF]. â¢ Do not leave exhausted batteries in the compartment as they will leak and cause corrosion and damage. â¢ Never open the covers or touch the inside or insert a metal object. Any of these operations could cause an electric shock or a fault. â¢ When thunder starts, unplug the power cord from the AC outlet. If the set is being used outdoors, shorten the antenna and stop using the set. â¢ Shorten the antenna when carrying the set: If the set is carried with the antenna extended, it could break. â¢ Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight, extreme heat, and high humidity, or place it near heat sources, the sea, or in a sandy or dusty place. â¢ Do not clean the cabinet of the set with strong detergents or solvents as these could damage the surface finish. â¢ We discourage the use of C-120 cassette tapes as they tend to break or jam the device. â¢ The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing. â¢ Discs, which can be played on this player, have the following mark on them: â¢ Do not move the set suddenly from a very cold room into a warm room. When a chilled CD player is moved suddenly to a warm location, moisture condensation may form on the pick-up lens, preventing proper operation. In this case, wait 1 to 2 hours before resuming play. â¢ During playback, if the CD player is subjected to a sudden shock or jolt, some noise may be produced, this is not a malfunction. â¢ Do not place any objects in the disc compartment, it any cause damage to the mechanism. â¢ Whenever moving the set, first, be sure to remove the disc from it. If the player is moved with the disc loaded, the disc may be damaged. â¢ Do not store discs in high temperature, high-humidity locations. The discs may develop warps and become unable to play. Also, discs with moisture on them may be unplayable. Wipe any moisture off with a soft, dry cloth, and be sure discs are fully dry before using. â¢ Handle the discs carefully so that fingerprints and dust do not adhere to the surfaces of the discs. To clean off, use a soft cloth. Do not use a hard cloth since these will mark the disc. â¢ If you switch on or off a fluorescent lamp which is placed near the set, you may hear some interference noise; this is not a malfunction. â¢ Please do not use compact discs with cellophone tapes or with labels attached, or those CD with pealed off stains, such as rental CD. If such discs were used on a CD player, they may get trapped inside the unit and cause malfunction. â¢ CDâs with special shapes (heart-shaped CDâs, octagonal CDâs etc.) cannot be played on this set. Attempting to do so may damage the set. Do not use such CDâs: IMPORTANT NOTICE ALWAYS PRESS STOP BUTTON AND WAIT FOR THE DISC TO STOP ROTATING BEFORE OPEN THE CD DOOR AND TO REMOVE THE DISC. OPEN THE CD DOOR WHILE IT IS STILL ROTATING MAY DAMAGE THE DISC.