Recording from the built-in radio
Set [FUNCTION] to RADIO.
Tune in a desired station. See "LISTENING
TO THE RADIO.
Press [REC]. [PLA'fl will lock down at the same
time. Radio recording starls.
to stop recording at any
time. When the end of the tape is reached,
the tape will automatically
Beat cancel switch (BEAT CANCEL)
When recording a radio program, an irri-
tating "whistling" sound may sometimes be
heard. If this occurs, select position 1, 2 or
3. Leave the switch in the position that gives
the best results.
Cleaning the unit
Do not use volatile chemicals on this unit (insecti-
cides, etc.). Clean by lightly wiping with a soft cloth.
the tape heads
For continued high performance from the cassette
clean the heads, pinch roller
and capstan whenever
and red-brown oxide particles is noticed.
to open the cassette
Press [REC] while pushing in the lever as il-
lustration. (Fig. 11)
Carefully rub each head (4, 5), pinch roller (3)
and capstan (2) with a cotton swab (1) moist-
ened with isopropyl alcohol or special head-
cleaning fluid. (Fig. 12)
Cleaning the CD player lens (Fig. 13)
If dust is on the lens, blow the dust away by using
a blower. (Please consult your dealer.)
The lens should never be touched. However, if a
does get the lens, wipe it gently by us-
ina a cotton swab moistened with isopropyl alco-
h~. (Please consult your dealer.)
Do not apply excessive
damage the lens.
Apply alcohol sparingly. Only a small amount
is needed. Use of too much alcohol may cause
some to enter the unit, which may cause dam-