SANYO product against defects in materials and workmanship for the periods of LABOR and PARTS specified above. SANYO will repair or replace (at its option) the product and any of its parts which fail to conform to this warranty with new or refurbished products or parts. The warranty period commences on the date the product was first purchased at retail from a Wal-Mart Store.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK CAUTION: TO PREVENT THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage consti- tuting a risk of electric shock is present within this unit.
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Sanyo may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
SPEAKER SYSTEM CONNECTIONS To detach the speaker enclosures To attach the speaker enclosures -E4- 28/11/2002, 16:28 CWM-460/US...
AC power operation Take out the cord and connect it. 120V AC, 60Hz NOTE: • This unit is equipped with a polarized plug. If you have difficulty in inserting the plug, turn it over and reinsert it. • When the AC power cord is connected to the unit, the installed batteries will be automatically disconnected.
Battery power operation Install batteries. Observe + and – signs. 8 “D” size batteries (not supplied) Replace lid. CWM-460/US POWER SUPPLY CAUTION: WHEN INSTALLING THE BATTERIES To prevent leakage from the batteries, which is corrosive and can cause personal injury and damage to the unit, observe the following precautions: 1.
REMOTE CONTROL NOTE: The buttons on the remote control perform simi- lar functions to similarly marked buttons on the front of the unit. Controls 1. Number buttons (1-9, 0) 2. Radio band button (BAND) 3. Repeat/FM mode button (REPEAT/FM MODE) 4.
GENERAL OPERATION Turning the power on and off 1. Set to the desired function, and the power turns on. 2. To turn the power off. Set [FUNCTION] to [OFF](TAPE). Adjusting the volume Bass expander system Press [BASSXPANDER] to enhance the bass sound.
COMPACT DISC OPERATION Set to [CD]. Push down. Label facing up Push down. Total track number Total playing time CWM-460/US CD PLAY Press [PLAY/PAUSE]. The current track number Playback indicator Elapsed time for the current track To control the sound. Press [STOP/CLEAR].
NOTES: • If the disc is loaded with the label facing downward, or if a badly scratched disc is loaded, or if no disc is loaded, “Cd” appears. If this occurs, load the disc correctly with the label facing upward, or replace the damaged disc.
Press and hold down during playback. Press and release repeatedly. CWM-460/US PAUSE MODE 1. Press [PLAY/PAUSE] during play. Play will temporarily stop. “a” blinks. 2. Press [PLAY/PAUSE] again to resume play. Search (forward/reverse) 1. If [SKIP/SEARCH] h or g is pressed during play, the player search at high speed in the forward or reverse direction while the button is being pressed.
PROGRAMMED PLAY TO PROGRAM 1 2,4 Press [STOP/CLEAR]. Press [MEMORY]. Press [SKIP/SEARCH] g or h. Press [MEMORY]. “MEM” remains lit. CWM-460/US With programmed play, up to 20 tracks on a disc can be memorized and played in any order. Repeat 3 and 4 to memorize additional tracks.
REPEAT PLAY REPEAT Press [REPEAT/FM MODE] before or during play. The player will play all the tracks or all the programmed tracks repeatedly. “REP” appears. MEMORY REPEAT /FM MODE TO CANCEL REPEAT PLAY To cancel repeat play, press [REPEAT/FM MODE] again. “REP” disappears. MEMORY REPEAT /FM MODE...
RADIO OPERATION FRQUENCY UP/DOWN TUNING Set to [RADIO]. Press [BAND] to select AM or FM. BAND Tune in a station. Automatic tuning Press [TUNING] t or u for at least 1 second to tune in a station. The unit will scan up or down the band and select the next receivable station.
MANUAL PRESET TUNING TO PROGRAM Tune in a station. S e e “ F R E Q U E N C Y U P / D O W N TUNING”. Press [MEMORY]. W h i l e “ M E M ” b l i n k i n g , [PRESET] to select the channel number.
LISTENING TO PRESET STATIONS USING [PRESET] Press [BAND] to select AM or FM. BAND Press [PRESET] briefly. The number buttons on the remote control can also be used. PRESET CWM-460/US PRESET SCAN TUNING Press [BAND] to select AM or FM. BAND Press and hold down [PRESET] for at least 1...
CASSETTE TAPE OPERATION PLAYBACK Set to [TAPE]. Press [STOP/EJECT]. Insert a cassette. Press [PLAY] to begin playback. • “TAPE” appears. CWM-460/US To control the sound. Press [STOP/EJECT] once to stop the tape. Press again to remove the cassette. Pause Press [PAUSE] to temporarily stop playback or recording.
RECORDING RECORDING THE BUILT-IN RADIO Press [STOP/EJECT]. Insert a cassette. Select “RADIO” func- tion. Press [BAND] to select AM or FM. BAND Tune in a station. Press [REC]. CWM-460/US Automatic Level Control (ALC) recording The ALC circuit adjusts the recording input level automatically.
RECORDING FROM A COMPACT DISC Press [STOP/EJECT]. Insert a cassette. Set to [CD]. Label facing up Press [REC]. CWM-460/US Safeguards against accidental erasure To protect side A, break out tab (1). To protect side B, break out tab (2). NOTE: A cassette with erase guard tabs removed cannot be erased or used for recording and [REC] cannot be depressed.
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION NOTE: The buttons on the remote control perform similar functions to similarly marked buttons on the front panel. CD player section (In CD function mode) Start play Temporarily stop play Select the desired track Search Skip MEMORY v Programmed play Repeat play Stop...
If trouble occurs ... To avoid the hazard of electric shock and dam- age to the unit, have the unit bench tested by an authorized SANYO service station. Do not re- move the unit from its cabinet to attempt repairs yourself.
The guard tabs have been re- moved from the cassette. Flickering “ST”. Weak signal. SERVICING: Should this product require service, refer to the SANYO audio limited warranty. CWM-460/US POSSIBLE CAUSE CORRECTIVE ACTION Insert the power plug into the AC outlet. (See page E5.) R e p l a c e t h e m w i t h n e w batteries.
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