HINTS FOR PROPER AND SAFE OPERATION
Moisture can condense on the optical lens of the CD player during humid or rainy days, or after
the car heater is turned on. If this occurs the disc player may not function properly. To remedy
the situation, remove the disc from the unit and wait approximately one hour. This should allow
the moisture to evaporate and restore normal operation.
• Temperature Consideration
The unit may not operate correctly in extremely hot or cold temperatures. Avoid exposing the
unit to extremely high or low temperatures.
• Interruptions in the sound (skipping)
When the car is driven on very rough surfaces, the sound from the CD player may skip and be
interrupted. This will not cause any damage to the disc or the player. If this occurs, wait for the
road surface to improve before using the CD player.
For safer driving, keep the volume at a moderate level to enable you to hear outside sounds
(such as emergency vehicle sirens).
• Cleaning the unit
Clean the unit with a soft, dry cloth. Stains should be removed by wiping the surfaces with a
soft cloth immersed in lukewarm water and wrung dry. Never use strong chemicals or solvents.
These will damage the finish of the unit.
• Disc care
When not using the disc player for extended periods, remove the compact disc and return it to
the plastic storage case. Do not leave a disc partially ejected from the player. If an ejected disc
remains in the loading slot for approximately 10 seconds, the player will reload the disc to
Should a problem develop, do not open the unit or try to repair it yourself. If servicing is
required, bring the unit to a Sanyo Authorized Service Center.