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Power Supply; Handling Compact Discs - Sanyo CDP-M303 Instruction Manual

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05

POWER SUPPLY

Plug one end of the AC adaptor into the
DC IN jack, then plug the other end into
AC wall outlet.
Precautions on using the AC Adaptor
Ê
Do not touch the AC adaptor with wet
hands. Doing so is dangerous, as this
could result in an electrical shock.
Ë
If the AC adaptor is connected when the
batteries are installed, the power supply
automatically switches to the AC power
s o u r c e
a n d
t h e
b a t t e r i e s
disconnected.
NOTE:
The plug style of the product may be
different from the drawing in the
instruction manual, please solve
the problem by using your own
switching plug.
ALKALINE BATTERY INSTALLATION (NOT
SUPPLIED)
Insert two AA batteries (not supplied) into
the battery compartment on the bottom of
the unit. Be sure to observe the proper
polarity (the "+" and "-" signs) as
indicated inside the battery compartment.
NOTE ON ALKALINE BATTERIES
Ê
When replacing the alkaline batteries,
use two new batteries of the same type.
Do not mix a used battery with a new
one or mix different types of batteries.
Ë
When inserting the batteries, mistakenly
inserting even one with improper
polarity will cause leakage.
Ì
Never charge, heat, disassemble, or
throw batteries into a fire.
REMEMBER
Ê
If the symbol "
" flashes in the
display, your batteries are weak.
Replace them or use the AC Adapter.
Ë
If the display is blank
(no numbers
show when PLAY/PAUSE button is
pushed) the batteries are dead. Replace
a r e
them or use AC Adapter, or Cigarette
Lighter Adapter (Also check if you
inserted the batteries according to the
"+" and "-" as shown on set).
IMPORTANT NOTE
Spent or discharged batteries must be
recycled or disposed of properly in
compliance with all applicable laws. For
detailed information, contact your local
county solid waste authority.

HANDLING COMPACT DISCS

This unit is designed to
COMPACT
play compact discs bearing
the
identification
logo
DIGITAL AUDIO
(right).
Discs that do not carry this logo may not
conform to the CD standard and may not
play properly.
Dirty, scratched, or warped discs may
cause skipping or noise. Pay attention to
the following: Handle the disc only by the
edges. To keep the disc clean, do not
touch the surface of the disc.
Ê
Discs should be returned to their cases
after use to avoid serious scratches that
could cause the laser pickup to skip.
Ë
Do not expose discs to direct sunlight,
high humidity, or high temperatures for
extended periods. Prolonged exposure
to high temperatures can warp the disc.
Ì
Do not apply paper or write anything on
either side of the compact disc. Sharp
writing instruments, or the inks used in
06
CLEANING DISCS
Ê
Fingerprints should be wiped from the
surface of the disc with a soft cloth.
Unlike conventional records, compact
discs have no grooves to collect dust
and microscopic debris, so gently
wiping them with cloth should remove
most of the particles. Wipe in a straight
motion from the inside to the outside of
the disc.
Ë
Never use such chemicals as record
cleaning sprays, anti-static sprays,
benzene or thinner to clean compact
discs. Such chemicals can damage the
plastic of the disc.
i
The unit will not play a disc that
has been inserted upside down,
or discs that do not conform to
the Compact Disc standard. Also,
the unit might not play discs that
are scratched, soiled or carry
fingerprints.
i
3" (8cm) CDs can be played
without an adaptor.
i
MP3 discs are handled in the same
manner.

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