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Safety Instructions - Pioneer DVD-R100 Operating Instructions Manual

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To ensure your personal safety and to maximize the full operating potential of your
Drive, read and follow these safety precautions:
READ INSTRUCTIONS - Read all safety and operating instructions before the Drive is
RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS - Retain the safety and operating instructions for future
FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS - Follow all operating and use instructions.
HEED WARNINGS - All warnings must be adhered to.
ENVIRONMENT - Please do not use the unit at place with much dust, high temperature,
or high humidity. Never turn off the power to the unit or allow it to become subjected
to shocks or vibrations during operation.
POWER - Turn off your system and attached hardware devices before installation.
WATER AND MOISTURE - DO NOT use this product near water.
OBJECT AND LIQUID ENTRY - Never push objects of any kind into this product.
Touching dangerous voltage points may cause a short resulting in fire or electric shock.
Do not spill liquid of any kind on this product.
CONDENSATION - Moisture will form in the operating section of the product causing
performance to be impaired if it is brought from cool surroundings into a warmer
environment. If you are moving the unit to a location with a warmer temperature, let
the product stand for 1-2 hours in the new location before turning it back on.
SERVICING - Do not attempt to repair this product yourself. Opening or removing
covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
When using the DVD-R100, please make sure that the recording of the material
in question does not violate any copyright laws.
The DVD-R100 has been developed and is produced exclusively for commercial
use. It is necessary to obtain the authorization of copyright owners and owners of
related rights when using the DVD-R100 to record copyrighted materials. Note
that the recording of copyrighted materials without the authorization of the owners
of related rights may result in the person or persons performing the recording to
be subjected to prosecution. Also note that in such cases PIONEER may not be
held liable for any damages resulting as a result of disputes between copyright
holders and persons recording copyrighted materials.