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÷
This device
compiles
with
Part 15 of the
FCC
Rules.
Operation
is subject
to the following
two
conditions:
(1) This device
may not cause
harmful
interference,
and
(2) this device
must
accept
any interference
received,
including
interference
that
may cause undesired
operation.
In accordance
with
FCC requirements,
changes
or modifications
not expressly
approved
by
Thomson
Inc. could
void
the user's authority
to operate
this product.
This device
generates
and
uses radio
frequency
(RF) energy,
and if not
installed
and
used properly,
this equipment
may cause
interference
to radio and television
reception.
If this equipment
does
cause interference
to
radio or television
reception
(which
you can
determine
by turning
the equipment
off and
on), try to correct
the interference
by one or
more of the following
measures:
• Reodent
the
receiving
antenna
(that is, the
antenna
for the
radio or television
that
H
"receiving"
the
interference).
• Move the
unit
away from the
equipment
that
is receiving
interference.
• Plug the unit
into a different
wall outlet
so
that
the
unit and the
equipment
receiving
interference
are on different
branch
circuits.
If these
measures
do not
eliminate
the
interference,
please consult
your
dealer
or an
experienced
radio/televiHon
technician
for
additional
suggestions.
Also, the Federal
Communications
Commission
has prepared
a helpful
booklet,
"How
To
Identify
and Resolve
Radio TV Interference
Problems."
This booklet
is available
from
the
U.S. Government
Printing
Office,
Washington,
DC 20402. Please specify
stock number
004-
000-003454
when
ordering
copies.
This product
complies
with
DHHS Rules 21 CFR
Subchapter/.
Applicable
at the date
of
manufacture.
For Your Safety
The AC power
plug
is polarized
b-_.
(one blade
is wider
than
the
other)
and only
fits into AC power
outlets
one way. If the
plug won't
go into
the outlet
completely,
turn
the
plug over
and try to insert
it
the
other way.
If it still won't
fit, contact
a
qualified
electrician
to change
the outlet,
or use a
different
one. Do not attempt
to
bypass
this
safety
feature.
CAUTION:
TO PREVENT
ELECTRIC SHOCK,
MATCH
WIDE
BLADE
OF PLUG TO WIDE
SLOT,
FULLY INSERT.
Have a Blast-/ust
Not in your
eardrums!
Make
sure you turn down
the
volume
on the
unit
before
you
put on headphones.
Increase
the
volume
to the desired
level only
after headphone
are in place.
SEE UARKIN_ ONBO_OM/ BACK OFP_ODUCT
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRICAL
SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE TH_S PRODUCT
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE
General
Precautions
Water
and
Moisture
- Do not
use this
product
near water
for
example,
near a
bathtub,
wash
bowl,
kitchen
sink, or
laundry
tub;
in a wet
basement;
or near
a swimming
pool;
and the
like. Do not
spill liquids
on your
Portable
DVD or its
components
as they
may touch
dangerous
voltage
points
or short-out
parts that
could
result
in a fire
or electric
shock.
To clean
your
Portable
DVD use a
soft
slightly
damp
cloth.
Always
allow
all
the components
to dry completely
before
using
again.
Cleaning
- Unplug
this
product
from
the
wall outlet
before
cleaning.
Do not use
liquid
cleaners
or aerosol
cleaners.
Use a
damp
cloth for
cleaning.
Heat
- The product
should
be placed
away
from
heat
sources
such as radiators,
heat
registers,
stoves,
or other
products
(including
amplifiers)
that
produce
heat.
Do not expose
the
Portable
DVD or any
of its components
to extreme
heat
or
cold.
Do not
expose
the player
to direct
sunlight.
Attachments
- Do not
use attachments
not
recommended
by the
product
manufacturer
as they
may cause hazards.
Servicing
- Do not
attempt
to service
this
product
yourself
as opening
or removing
covers may
expose you to dangerous
voltage
or other
hazards.
Refer all
servicing
to qualified
service
personnel.
AC/DC
power
adapter
cords
should
be
routed
so that
they
are not
likely to be
walked
on or pinched
by items
placed
upon
or against
them,
paying
particular
attention
to cords
at plugs,
convenience
receptacles,
and the
point
where
they
exit from
the
product.
Power Sources - This product should be
operated only from the type of power source
indkated on the marking label. If you are
not sure of the type of power supply to your
home, consult your product dealer or local
power company. Do not use any battery
other than the orginal ones provided by
Thomson.
Precautions
when
watching
and playing
When
using
your
Portable
DVD player
do not
sit or stand
too
close to the screen.
Play as
far
back from
the screen
as possible.
For the best game image, look directly at the
Portable DVD display on your TV screen and
only operate in good light.
Do not play
if you are tired
or need sleep.
Always
play
in a welldN
room.
Some
people
may experience
fatigue
or
discomfort
after
playing
for
a long
time.
Be
sure to take
a 10 to
15 minutes
break at
least
every
hour while
playing.
NOTE: The RBRC seal on the
rechargeable
battery
used in your Thomson
Inc product
indicates that
we are participating
in a
program
to collect
and recycle
rechargeable
batteries.
For more information,
go to the
RBRC web site at _A_v.rbrc.org_
or call 1-800-
822-8837,
or contact
a local recycling
center.
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1.
LCD display
2.
Speakers
3.
Menu
navigation
keys (up, down,
left
and
right)
4.
Confirms
selections
5.
Selects
repeat
mode and
enters
program
mode
6.
Selects
information
to be displayed
7.
Enters player's
setup
menu
or disc's
menu
8.
Enters disc's title
menu
(if available)
9.
Returns to disc's menu
or starts
game
10.
Skips
backward
or forward
a chapter
/
track
11.
Increases volume
12.
Decreases volume
13.
Switches
on / off the
player
Connecting
the
Power
Adapter
Connect the power adapter to the DC
jack of the unit.
Connect the other side of the power
adapter with the wall plug or car
adapter.
Turn on the power.
Disconnect the adapter if the set H not
used for a period of time.
Installing
the
Battery
Plug in the battery at the bottom of the
unit.
Slide the battery to the side until a
"click" is heard.
The unit i_ now powered by the battery.
14. Searches backward or fo_vard
15. Stops playback
16. Pausesplayback
17. Starts playback
18. Opens disc compartment door
19. Function Switch to select among DVD,
Game and AV Input modes.
20. Video input/output
jack
21. Audio input / output jack
22. Headphones jacks
23. Power on indicator
24. Low battery indicator
25. Battery charge indicator
26. USB connector
27. DC power input jack
Removing
the Battery
Turn the
unit
upside
down.
Locate
the
lock at the
bottom.
Push down
the
lock and
slide the
battery
to
the
side to
release.
Charging
the Battery
Connect
the
power
adapter
to the power
jack of the
unit.
Turn
off the
power
to start
charging.
The indicator
is red when
charging
and
will
turn
green
when
the battery
is fully
charged.
The battery
cannot
be charged
while
the
unN
H being
used.
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DRC627N
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This player can output sound and picture to external devices. To do so,slide the Function Switch on
the side of the unit to the DVD MODE position. Follow the diagram below to set up the required
connections. Always switch off the player before connecting to any devices.
Tovideo input of
To audio input of external
external device
device (Orange connector
(Yellow connector
with pin)
with pin)
I
Function
Switch
to DVD MODE position
This unit can be used as a display for other devices, such as DVD player, game console, USBdevice, etc.
To do so,slide the Function Switch on the side of the unit to the AV IN position. Follow the diagram
below to set up the required connections. Always switch off the player before connecting to any
devkes.
To video
output
of
To audio
output
of
external
device
external
device
(Red and
(Yellow
connector
without
pin)
pin)
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Function
Switch
to AV IN position
Games
Operations
Games
Direction keys(l)
Action keys
Super Surfing
L,R
TA/A (jump)
Submarine
War
L,R,U,D
TA/A(confirmtheselection,
bombing),TB/B(changedirection)
Note:
(1) L=<
,R=>
,U=A
,D=
v
(2) L key rotates
the
center
disc counter-clockwise,
R key rotates
the
center
disc clockwise.
(3) Press U key to accelerate.
Press OK/RESET
anytime
during
a game to stop
playing
and
return
to main
game
menu.
Accessories
Check that all the following accessories come
with your unit in the package:
1.
Audio/Video cable x 2
2.
Lithium Ion Polymer Battery x 1
3.
AC/DCpower adapter x 1
4.
Car adapter x 1
5.
Carrying casex 1
Quick
Start
1.
Press ON/OFF
to turn
on the player.
The
DVD
logo appears
on the
screen.
2.
Open
the
disc compartment
door.
Place
the disc in the tray
with
the
printed
side
up. Push back the
compartment
door.
The player will
automatically
try to
read
and
play the
disc. If a menu
appears,
one
of its options
can he selected
to
start
playing
the
disc. Select
it using
A
V
<
> keys and press
OK/RESET.
Player
Setup
When disc playback isstopped, press SETUP
and the player's setup menu will show on
screen.
Select a menu icon using
<
>
keys. Then
select one of the available
options
using
A
v
keys. Press >
key to access the
submenus
and
use ^
v
keys to select
an option.
Press OK/
RESETto
confirm
your
selections.
Return to a
previous
menu using < key.
To exit from
the player
menu,
press SETUP
again.
System Setup
SetuptheTVtype,
screenformat,
rating,
password
and restore
to default
settings.
Rating
feature
is a parental
guardian
feature
which
disables
playback
of certain
DVDs based
on their
ratings
from
1 (most restive)
to B
(least
restrictive).
DVDs that
are rated
above
the level you set will
not play until
the correct
password
is entered.
If a password
has been set, you cannot
change
the rating
without
entering
the correct
password.
To set up the password,
highlight
the Password
part to input
a 4-digit
password.
Use A
v
keys
to select a number
and
<
>
keys to shift to the
next digit.
Press OK/RESET
to set the password.
Language
Setup
Setup the
language
of the OSD, Audio,
Subtitle
and Menu.
Audio Setup
Setup the audio output format.
Video
Setup
Setup the
brightness,
contrast,
hue and
saturation.
Digital
Setup
Setup the
DRC (Dynamic
range
control).
TVO Setup
TVG is the
Foul Language
Filtering
technology
to
remove
offensive
language
from
the programs
you watch.
You need to purchase
a license
to
activate
this feature
(for details:
_.tvquar
dian.com).
The license
provides
you
with
a 5 digit
activation
code.
Input the
activation
code in this setup
menu by
using
^
v
keys to select
a number
and
<
>
keys to shift
to the
next digit.
Press OK/RESET
to
confirm.
When
activation
is successful,
a message
"TVG ACTIVATED...
_ shows at the bottom
of the
menu.
After
the
Game
Return to main
menu automatically
Continue
the game automatically
DVD Regional
Code
Your DVD player has been designed to process
regional management
information
that [s stored
on DVD discs. The regional
code for your player is 1
(The U.S., U5. Territories and Canada). Only DVD
discs that have regional codes of 1 or ALL (for all
regions) can be played by your playe_
DVD Copy Protection
This product
incorporates copyright
protection
technology
that
[s protected
by U.S. patents and other
intellect ua] property
rights. Use of this copyright
protection
technology
must be authodzed
by
Macrovision
Corporation,
and is intended for home
and other limited consumer uses only unless otherwise
authorized
by Macrovision.
Reverse engineering
or
disassembly is prohibited.
Playback
1.
Press ON/OFF
to turn
on the player.
The
DVD logo
appears
on the
screen.
2.
Open
the
disc compartment
door.
Place
the
disc in the tray
with
the printed
side
up.
Push back the
compartment
door.
The player
will
automatically
try
to read
and
play the disc.
If a menu
appears,
one
of its options
can be selected
to
start
playing
the
disc. Select
it using
A
V
<
> keys and press
OK/RESET.
3.
Press $TOPto
stop
playback.
Note:
The player stores the
point
where
playback
was interrupted.
If you press PLAY
again,
playback
resumes
from
this point.
To
stop playback
completely
or to start
from the
beginning,
press STOP twice.
Accelerated
Play
While the
disc is playing,
press REV or FWD
one or more
times to vary
the speed and
direction
of the accelerated
play. Press PLAY
to resume
normal
playback.
Still Image
While the
disc is playing,
press PAUSE
once to
freeze
frame.
Frame Advance
While the
disc is paused,
press PAUSE again
to
activate
STEP mode.
Each press of PAUSE will
advance
fo_ard
image
by image.
Press PLAY
to resume
normal
playback.
Variable
Slow Motion
(DVD
only)
1.
While
the
disc is playing,
press PAUSE
once.
2.
Press REV or FWD repeatedly
to vary
the
speed and
direction
of the
slow
motion.
3.
Press PLAY to
resume
normal
playback.
Changing
Chapter
/ Track
While the disc isplaying, press SKIP REV / FWD
to go immediatelyto the next or previous
chapter, or to the next or previous track.
Repeat
Playback
During
playback,
press REPEAT
repeatedly
to
select repeating
a chapter
or a title
(DVD
discs).
Program
Playback
When
playback
is stopped,
press PROGRAM
to
show the
program
menu.
1.
Highlight
an input
field
by using
A
v
<
> keys. "T"
stands
for title
and
"C" for
chapter.
2.
Press REV and
FWD to select desired
titles
and tracks.
Press REV to increase
number
by
one,
press
FWO to increase
number
by 10.
(Tips: to select
chapter
11, press
FWD once
and then
REV once.)
3.
Repeat
steps
1 and
2 to program
more.
4.
Highlight
"PLAY"
on screen
and press
OK/
RESET to start
playback.
Highlight
"CLEAR"
on screen and
press OK/RESET
to clear
all
programs.
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Car
Mounting
You caneasily mount the player on the back of a carseat with the help of the carryingcase.See
illustration below:
Elastkated strap
_lay
Clas
_Carrymg
case
Specifications
Model
DRC627N
TV System
NTSC
Supported
Disc Formats
DVD, SVCD, VCD,
CD, HDCD, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD+/-R,
DVD+/-RW
Supported
File Formats
MPEG, MR3, WMA,
JPEG, Kodak
Picture
CD
DVD
Regional
Code
I
AV Input/Output
Composite
x I
Power
Requirement
DC in 9V (power
adapter
bundled)
Power
Consumption
<10W
Operating
Temperature
5% to 35°C (41 °F to 95°F)
0
0
Operating
Humidity
5 Yoto 90/_
(no condensation)
Size
205(W) x158(D)
x40(H)
mm
Weight
(without
battery)
760g
The descriptions
and cberactedst[cs
[n this owner's manual are for the purpose of general reference only and
not as a guarantee.
In order to provide you with the highest quality
product,
we may make changes or
modifications
withodt
prior notice. The English version serves as the final
reference on all product and
operational
detain sbeuld
any discrepancies
arise in other languages.
Displaying
Playback
Information
Press DISPLAY
repeatedly
during
playback
to
showvarious
playback
information
on screen.
They include
current
title
and chapter,
playback
time,
audio,
subtitle
and
angle
settings.
Changing
Chapter,
Audio,
Subtitle
and
Angle
Settings
Press DISPLAY
twice
during
playback
to show
audio,
subtitle
and angle
settings.
Press <
key repeatedly
to change
audio
setting,
press
>
key repeatedly
to change
subtNle
setting,
press
A
keyrepeatedlytochangeangle
setting
(if angle
options
are available
on disc)
and press
v
repeatedly
to select disc chapter.
Switching
to
Game
Mode
Slide the
Function
Switch
to GAME
position
to access the game
mode. There
are 30 games
available.
Selecting
Games
Press START when
you see a wekome
screen,
the game menu will
then
show.
Select a game
byuHng
A
v
<
>
keys and then
press
START again
to start
a game.
The
unit
is not
working.
Turn
off the
power,
and
then
turn
it on
again.
Make
sure
power
cord
or battery
is
properly
connected
and
battery
is not
empty.
The unit
cannot
operate
when
the
car
adaptor
power
supply
voltage
is above
24V.
There
is no
sound
or
picture.
Check the
connection
to the
mains
socket
or battery.
Make
sure the
power
switch
is on.
Make
sure the
power
outlet
is
operational.
Make
sure the
power
cord
is not
damaged.
Make
sure the
volume
[s not
set too
low.
There
is no
sound
or
sound
quality
is
poor.
Make
sure the
audio
jacks are securely
connected.
Make
sure the
audio
connector
is not
damaged.
Make
sure the
volume
is turned
up.
Make
sure you
have
set the
player's
audio
settings
correctly.
Make
sure you
have
entered
the
correct
AV input
for
your
TV.
Make
sure the
audio
is not
set to mute.
There is no picture
or picture
quality
is poor.
Make sure that the Function Switch is
on the proper position.
Tips: For VCD playback, press DISPLAYonce and
then press < repeatedly to select audio channel:
mono left, mono right or stereo; press>
repeatedly to select PBCmode (if available on the
disc)on or off.
Access
Disc
Menu
At anytime during playback, pressTOP MENU to
accessdisc's menu and press TITLEto accessdisc's
title menu (if available)
Screen
Saver
and
Power
Saving
Screen saver will
show when
the player
is idle for
more than
5 minutes.
Press any key to de-activate
it. If there
is no further
key activation
for another
5 minutes,
the
LCD screen will
shut
down
for
power
saving.
Press any key to turn
the screen on
again.
Playing
Games
Use A
V
<
> ,TA,
TB, AandBkeystoplay
the games.
Refer to "More
Information"
for
game
operations.
Quitting
Games
Press OK/RESET
anytime
during
a game to stop
playing.
Slide the Function
Switch
to another
position
to quit
the game
mode.
Make
sure the
video
jacks are securely
connected.
Make
sure you
have entered
the
correct
AV
input
for
your
TV.
Make
sure the
video
connector
is not
damaged.
Make
sure you
have set the
player's
video
settings
correctly.
Make
sure the
battery
level is not
low.
It is impossible
to read the disc
Make sure the disc isinserted with the
printed side up.
Make sure the disc isnot warped, damaged,
deformed, stained or scratched.
Check that the disc format is supported by
the player.
Check that the disc's regional code matches
that of the player. ]his player's regional
code is 1.
You have forgotten
your
rating
password.
Enter 9688 in the password menu to clear
the memory. Keep this master password out
of the reach of children. Refer to "Player
Setup - SystemSetup" for details.
EXPORTER
Thomson
Inc.
Re. Box 1976
IndianapoIH,
IN 46206 - 1976
@2006 Thomson
Inc.
Trademark(s)
@ Registered
Marque(s)
@ DeposOe(s)
Morea(s)
@ Registrada(s)
Printed
in China / Impreso
en China
Playback
of MP3,
WMA
and
JPEG
Files
Your player also supports playback of MP3,
WMA and JPEG files. When a disc isloaded,
the player will automatically search for
supported files and begin playback
automatically. During playback of MP3 and
WMA files and stop mode of JPEG files, the
following screenwill appear:
Name of current
file
FOLDER 4
% SONG 4
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Folder
directory
File directory
in
current
folder
Use A v
< > keys to move to
different files or directories.
PressOK/RESET to play the file
highlighted.
Program playback is available for MP3
and WMA discs.
While viewing JPEG files, press A V < >
keys will rotate or flip picture
respectively.
Program playback is available for rap3
discs, refer to "Program Playback" for
details. Input folder number under
column "D" and file number under
column "F".
U.S. Limited Warranty
What
your
warranty
covers:
• Defects
in materials
or workmanship.
For how
long
after
your
purchase:
• 90 days from
date
of purchase
- unit
exchange,
which
indudes
parts and labor.
91
days to 1 year from
date
of purchase
- unit
exchange,
which
indudes
parts only; you
pay
the labor.
What
we will
do:
• Provide
you with
a new, or at our
option,
a
refurbished
unit.
The exchange
unit
is under
warranty
for the
remainder
of the original
product's
warranty
period.
• Proof
of purchase
in the form
of a bill of sale
or receipted
invoice
which
is evidence
that
the
product
is within
the warranty
period
must
be
presented
to obtain
warranty
service.
For
rental
firms,
proof
of first
rental
is also
required.
How
to make
a warranty
claim:
• Properly
pack your
unit.
Include
any cables,
etc., which
were
originally
provided
with
the
product.
We recommend
using
the original
carton
and packing
materials.
• Include
evidence
of purchase
date
such as
the bill of sale.
Also print
your
name and
address
and a description
of the defect.
Send
via standard
UPS or its equivalent
to:
Thomson
Inc.,
Product
Exchange
Center,
11721
B Alameda
Avenue,
Socorro,
Texas 79927
• Insure your
shipment
for
of loss or damage.
Thomson
accepts
no liability
in case of
damage
or loss en route
to Thomson.
• Pay any charges
billed
to you by the
Exchange
Center for service
not covered
by
the warranty.
• A new or refurbished
unit will
be shipped
to
you freight
prepaid.
What
your
warranty
does
not cover:
• Customer
instruction.
(Your
Owner's
Manual
provides
information
regarding
operating
Instructions
and user controls.
For additional
information,
ask your
dealer.)
• Installation
and set-up
service
adjustments.
• Batteries.
• Damage
from
misuse
or neglect.
Playback
via
USB
Connector
Me3, WMA
and
JPEG files stored
on a USB device
can be played
via the
USB connector
on the rear
side of the player.
Playback
operations
are the
same as files on
discs as shown
above.
Audio
CD
Your player
also supports
playback
of audio
CO.
Playback
starts
automatically
after an audio
CD is
loaded.
Program
playback
is available
for
audio
CO, refer to *'Program
Playback"
for details.
You
only need to input the desired
track
numbers.
• Productswhkh
have
been modified
or
incorporated
into other
products.
• Products
purchased
or serviced
outside
the
USA.
• Acts of nature,
such as but not
limited
to
lightning
damage.
Product
Registration:
• Please complete
and
mail the
Product
registration
Card
packed with
your
unit.
It will
make
it easier to contact
you should
it ever be
necessary.
The return
of the
card is not required
for warranty
coverage.
Limitation
of Warranty:
• THE WARRANTY
STATED ABOVE
IS THE ONLY
WARRANTY
APPLICABLE
TO THIS PRODUC{
ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
(INCLUDING
ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF
MERCHANTABILITY
OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR
PURPOSE) ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED.
NO VERBAL
OR WRITTEN
INFORMATION
GIVEN
BY THOMSON
INC., ITS AGENTS OR EMPLOYEES
SHALL CREATE A GUARANTY
OR IN ANY WAY
INCREASE THE SCOPE OF THIS WARRANTY.
• REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT
AS PROVIDED
UNDER
THIS WARRANTY
IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF
THE CONSUMER.
THOMSON
INC. SHALL
NOT BE
LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES
RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS
PRODUCT
OR ARISING
OUT OF ANY BREACH OF
ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY
ON THIS
PRODUC{
THIS DISCLAIMER
OF WARRANTIES
AND LIMITED
WARRANTY
ARE GOVERNED
BY
THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF INDIANA.
EXCEPTTO
THE EXTENT PROHIBITED
BY APPLICABLE
LAW,
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY
OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE ON THIS
PRODUCT
IS LIMITED TO THE APPLICABLE
WARRANTY
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE.
How
state
law relates
to this warranty:
• Some states
do not
allow the
exclusion
nor
limitation
of incidental
or consequential
damages,
or limitations
on how
long an implied
warranty
lasts, so the above
limitations
or
exdusions
may not apply
to you.
• This warranty
gives you specific
legal rights,
and
you also may have other
rights
that
vary from
state
to state.
If you
purchased
your
product
outside
the
USA:
• This warranty
does not apply.
Contact
your
dealer
for warranty
information.
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