General Guide - Casio JD-6500 Service Manual & Parts List

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2. GENERAL GUIDE

Very important stuff! Here's where we tell you how not to lose important data stored in memory. Also, be
sure to perform the all-reset operation before using the unit for the first time. The all-reset operation is
described on section 4.
Please be sure you understand the following before using the unit.
Make back-up copies of important data!
The electronic memory in the unit store and recall information quickly and easily. But that information is
retained only as long as power is supplied by the batteries. Should the batteries go dead, or should you
remove both batteries at the same time, data stored in memory can be lost entirely. Data can also be
corrupted or lost due to a strong electrostatic charge, strong impact, or extremes in temperature and
humidity. All of this means that you should always keep written back-up copies of important data.
General Precautions
Warning!
Never expose the unit or batteries to direct heat or flame.
Avoid use or storage in very low temperatures. This may cause display response to slow down or fail
entirely. Very low temperatures can also shorten battery life.
Avoid use or storage in very high temperatures. Even prolonged exposure to direct sunlight can damage
the unit. Leaving it on the dashboard of a closed car, or on a heater, is even worse.
Avoid using or storing the unit where there is high humidity or a lot of dust. Never allow liquids to come
into contact with the unit.
Avoid dropping the unit or otherwise subjecting it to strong impact.
Never bend or twist the unit. Carrying it in your back pocket, for instance, can subject the unit to abnormal
bending and twisting.
Never try to take the unit apart.
Do not press the unit's keys with a pen, pencil, or other sharp object.
To clean the unit, wipe it with a soft cloth. When necessary, you may wipe the exterior with a soft cloth
that has been dipped in a weak solution of a mild, neutral detergent and water.
Never use strong liquid cleaners such as lacquer thinner or benzine to clean the unit.
In no event will CASIO or its suppliers be liable to you or any other person for any damages, including
any incidental or consequential expenses, lost profits, lost savings, or any other damages arising out
of the use of this product.
Timekeeping Mode Key*
CODE Key
Clear Key
AC/ON Key
SHIFT Key
* In this manual, all references to the HOME TIME/WORLD TIME key are indicated by TIME.
MENU Key
Pet Mode Key
FUNCTION Key
Display
OFF Key
EXE Key
SPACE/Return Key
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SERCH Key
Cursor Keys

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