Notes on handling
When shipping the DVD video player, the original shipping
carton and packing materials come in handy. For maximum
protection, repack the unit as it was originally packed at
the factory. Take care not to give it a shock or shake when
Do not use volatile liquids, such as insect spray, near the
DVD video player. Do not leave rubber or plastic products
in contact with the DVD video player for a long time. They
will leave marks on the finish.
The top and rear panels of the DVD video player may be
become warm after a long period of use. This is not a
When the DVD video player is not in use, be sure to remove
the disc and turn off the power.
If you do not use the DVD video player for a long future.
Turn on and use the DVD video player occasionally.
Notes on locating
Place the DVD video player on a level surface. Do not use
it on a shaky or unstable surface such as a wobbling table
or inclined stand. The loaded disc may come off the proper
position and cause damage to the DVD video player.
When you place this DVD video player near a TV, radio, or
VCR, the playback picture may become poor and the
sound may be distorted. In this case, place the DVD video
player away from the TV, radio, or VCR.
Notes on cleaning
Use a soft, dry cloth for cleaning.
For stubborn dirt, soak the cloth in a weak detergent
solution, wring well and wipe. Use a dry cloth to wipe it
Do not use any type of solvent, such as thinner and
benzine, as they may damage the surface of the DVD video
If you use a chemical saturated cloth to clean the unit,
follow that product's instructions.
To obtain a clear picture
The DVD video player is a high technology, precision device.
If the optical pick-up lens and disc drive parts are dirty or
worn down, the picture quality becomes poor. To obtain a
clear picture, we recommend regular inspection and
maintenance (cleaning or parts replacement) every 1,000
hours of use depending on the operating environment. For
details, contact your nearest dealer.
Notes on moisture condensation
Moisture condensation damages the DVD video
player. Please read the following carefully.
Moisture condensation occurs, for example, when you
pour a cold drink into a glass on a warm day. Drops of
water form on the outside of the glass. In the same way,
moisture may condense on the optical pick-up lens inside
this unit, one of the most crucial internal parts of the DVD
Moisture condensation occurs during the following
When you bring the DVD video player directly from a cold
place to a warm place.
When you use the DVD video player in a room where you
just turned on the heater, or a place where the cold wind
from the air conditioner directly hits the unit.
In Summer, when you use the DVD video player in a hot
and humid place just after you move the unit from an air
When you use the DVD video player in a humid place.
Do not use the DVD video player when moisture
condensation may occurs.
If you use the DVD video player in such a situation, it may
damage discs and internal parts. Remove the disc, connect
the power cord of the DVD video player to the wall outlet,
turn on the DVD video player, and leave it for two or three
hours. After two or three hours, the DVD video player will
have warmed up and evaporated any moisture. Keep the
DVD video player connected to the wall outlet and moisture
condensation will seldom occur.