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Power Sources (Normal Batteries / Ac Adaptor); Low Battery Alert - Hitachi DA-P30 E Operation Manual

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POWER SOURCES (NORMAL BATTERIES / AC ADAPTOR)

Battery Power Source
1. Slide open the battery compartment
cover and insert two "AA" alkaline
batteries inside the battery compart-
ment. Follow the polarity as indicated
in the battery compartment.
2. Close the battery compartment
cover.
AC Power Source
1. Insert the DC plug (at the end of the
AC adaptor cord) into the DC input
jack.
2. Plug the AC adaptor into a 230V AC
power outlet socket.
Note: If the AC adaptor plug of this unit
does not fit in your AC outlet, a plug
adaptor (NOT supplied) should be used.
Consult your local dealer on the type of
plug adaptor required.

LOW BATTERY ALERT

When the Battery indicator appears in
the LCD display, this means that the bat-
teries are low in power. In this case the
CD player will not function properly and
the batteries must be replaced.
In case the Ni-cd rechargeable are be-
ing used, follow the instruction on how
to recharge the batteries, detailed in the
" C H A R G I N G A N D U S E O F
R E C H A R G E A B L E B AT T E R I E S "
section.
Battery Type
Alkaline
1500, LR 6
or Equivalent
Ni-CAD
Rechargeable
(min specification
recommended
1.2V - 650mA)
Note: Zinc/Carbon, or Zinc/Chloride type
batteries are not recommended for this unit
as their use will result in extremely short
playing times. Wherever possible and for
economy, it is recommended that the mains
adaptor supplied with this unit is used.
6
Average Playing Time
(Continuous Play)
Normal Play
Anti-Shock
Mode
Play Mode
Approx. 9 hrs. Approx. 7 hrs.
Approx. 3.5 hrs. Approx. 2.5 hrs.
ON

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