Safety - AEG WM 6 Instructions For Use Manual

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SAFETy

General Safety Guidelines
Read all safety guidelines and instructions. non-
compliance with safety guidelines and instructions
can cause electric shock, fire and / or serious injury.
Keep all safety guidelines and instructions for future
reference.
Also pass on documentation to other users and
subsequent owners of the device!
Warning!
Life-threatening danger to infants and
children! Never leave children unsupervised
with the packing material as this can cause
suffocation. Do not allow children to play with
cables – strangulation hazard! Do not allow children
to play with the components or fasteners, as they
could be swallowed and result in suffocation.
The manufacturer is not responsible for damages
caused by:
Improper connection and / or operation.
Exterior force, damage to the device and / or da-
mage to parts of the device caused by mechanical
impact or overload.
Any type of modification to the device.
Use of the device for purposes that are not
described in this instruction manual.
Consequential damages caused by non-intended
and / or improper use, and / or defective batte-
ries.
Moisture and / or insufficient ventilation.
The unauthorised opening of the device.
This will void the guarantee.
Risk of chemical burns!
Batteries contain acid, which could damage the
eyes and skin. Charging batteries further genera-
tes gasses and vapours hazardous to the health.
Avoid any contact with caustic battery acid.
Immediately thoroughly flush skin and any
objects which have come into contact with acid.
If eyes have come into contact with battery acid,
flush eyes with running water at least 5 minutes.
Contact your physician.
Use safety goggles and acid-proof safety gloves.
Protect clothing, e.g. with an apron.
never tip the battery, as acid may leak.
Always ensure adequate ventilation.
Do not inhale emerging gasses and vapours.
Explosion and fire hazard!
Gaseous hydrogen (detonating gas) may form
when charging the battery. Contact with open fire
(flame, embers, sparks) may result in explosions.
never charge the battery close to an open fire or
in places where sparks may occur.
Always ensure sufficient ventilation.
Be sure the supply voltage matches the input
voltage specified on the device (230 V AC) to
prevent damage to the device.
Only connect and disconnect the battery connect-
ing cables when the charger is disconnected from
the mains.
Do not cover the device whilst charging, as it may
be damaged from extreme heating.
Immediately stop using the device if you notice
smoke or an unusual odour.
Do not use the device in rooms where explosive
or flammable substances are stored (e.g. petrol or
solvents).

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