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Caution!
Alkaline Battery and Backup Battery Handling
Do not leave batteries in locations subject to strong direct sunlight or in high
temperature locations such as in a car. Doing so can create the danger of
battery leakage, heat emission, and rupture.
Do not allow batteries to get wet with water. Doing so can create the danger
of heat emission.
Remove completely used batteries from the equipment immediately. Leaving
used batteries for a long time still connected to the equipment can cause gas
to be generated from the battery. This can create the danger of battery
leakage, heat emission, and rupture, or damage the equipment.
If batteries are to be used in a completely sealed structure, follow the
instructions in the equipment's Instruction Manual.
If the equipment is not to be used for a long time, back up important data
and remove the batteries. Leaving batteries for a long time in the equipment
can cause gas to be generated from the battery. This can create the danger
of battery leakage, heat emission, and rupture, or damage the equipment.
When storing and disposing of alkaline batteries, insulate the terminals with
insulating tape. Mixing batteries together with other batteries or metallic
objects can create the danger of battery leakage, heat emission, and
rupture.
Battery specifications or performance sometimes is not fully achieved
depending on how they are used or the equipment they are used on.
Correctly use batteries in a way suited to the application in accordance with
the equipment's Instruction Manual or precautions.
Avoid storing batteries in the direct sunlight or in high temperature and
humidity locations. Doing so can create the danger of battery leakage, impair
battery performance or shorten the service life of the battery.
Used batteries may be disposed off as general unburnable rubbish.
However, dispose of used batteries in accordance with any local bylaws and
regulations.
Use only battery types that are specified for this unit.
The positive (+) and negative (–) terminals sometimes contact the metallic
sections of some equipment near the battery insertion area. Insert batteries
into equipment taking care not to short the terminals.
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