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Basic Operation - Pioneer PD-F1004 Operating Instructions Manual

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BASIC OPERATION
To
a
disc
ITurn
on the power of the player.
Ilnsert
discs
into the
Rack,
and close
the
rack
and
the
front
panel.
o
lnsert
discs
to
be
played
into
the
Racks
beforehand.
(Refer
to
"BEFORE OPERATING THE PLAYER" on page
g.)
!Press
>
to start
playback.
o
The
>
indicator in
the
display
window
lights.
o
Playback
starts
with
the mode indicated
in
the display
window
unless
the
playing
mode
(page
1
1)
is not specified.
o
While the front
panel and
the
Rack are
opened,
the
Rack's
number
which cannot
be opened appears on
the
display.
(
F
fl
I
k
¿]
"
means
Rack 2
cannot
be
opened
)
Last disc
memory:
When
r
is
pressed,
or
the
power
is
turned off, the player memorizes
the disc
on
which
playbackwas stopped. Therefore,
playback can
be
resumed
from the
last played disc.
ln
the
program playback mode, playback resumes
from
the
first
programmed disc.
Last
disc memory function can be
carried
out in ALL,
SINGLE, or
CUSTOM playback mode.
Last disc
memory does
not
function after
random playback.
Operations indicated
by
the
I
remote control
unit.
E
I
mark are performed
with
the
10
<RRB1
230>
En
¡Ë
n.;
ã
E
o
/7
t
+
I
ii
rightward
labelside
,1
I
POWER
STANDBY/ON
â
E
POWER
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/1
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OO
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NOTES:
oWhen'ALL-no"
appears on the
d¡splay,
¡t
means
no discs are in
the player,
oThe
Rack
which contains
the
disc
being
played cannot
be
opened,
and
discs cannot be changed in that
Rack.
cWhile the front
panel or one
of
the
Racks is
opened,
the
player
will
not enter
the
playback mode even
if >
or
RANDOM
is
pressed.
Be
sure
to close the Back and
the
front
panel
before
pressing>
or
RANDOM.
oWhile
the
front
panel
and
the
Rack
are opened,
the
search
operat¡on for
other
discs cannot be carried out.
flOorC¡D
or
To
start playback
aga¡n, press
To pause
playback
temporarily,
press
E
c¡D
ã
E
To
stop playback,
press
To stop and start playback

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