When positioning the system, take into account any
local or national regulations relating to ergonomic
Static electricity can cause permanent damage to
electronic components. You should be aware of this risk,
and take precautions against the discharge of static
electricity into the computer.
The computer is at risk from static discharge while the
connector covers on the underside are open. This is
because the electronic components are exposed.
Ideally, the connector covers should be opened only
in an area completely free of static electricity. It is also
a good idea to use an ionizer or humidifier to remove
static from the air.
Do not open the connector covers until you need to.
Do not touch the exposed connectors.
Keep all conductive material, and food and drink,
away from your work area and the open connectors.
Switch off and disconnect all cables before attempting
to clean the computer.
Do not use sprays, solvents or abrasives that might
damage the computer's surface. Do not use cleaning
fluids or sprays near air vents, ports, or the diskette
and CD-ROM drives.
Occasionally clean the diskette and CD-ROM drives
using a proprietary head cleaner.
Always handle the computer gently. Take care not to
drop or knock the computer, its accessories, or the AC
If you are planning to use the computer in another
country, check first with your Mitsubishi Electric
supplier to ensure the availability of the correct AC
power cords and/or AC adapter.
Any existing maintenance or warranty agreement may
not be supportable in another country. The system may
have to be returned to the supplier.
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