If water runs into the DVD player or if it falls into water it can
be irreparably damaged and the risk of an electric shock
• ... do not use in cupboards, on shelves or other enclosed
furnishings also do not use on beds and covers because the
ventilation of the DVD player will be impaired and it could
For the same reason do not place another piece of equip-
ment (i.e. a television) on the DVD player.
In order to guarantee sufficient ventilation the selected loca-
tion of the DVD player must provide for a clearance of at least
10 cm at the rear, on top, and on either side from walls and
any other object.
• This device must not be placed in the immediate vicinity
of flammable materials, for example curtains, flammable
When overheated the DVD player can be irreparably damaged
and the risk of a fire exists!
For damage to the DVD player that results from...
• The effects of moisture
• water penetrating into the equipment
... no liability/warranty will be assumed!
Do not plug the DVD player into an electrical outlet at this
time. Wait until you have connected the DVD player to a
In the event that you wish to change the type of video or
audio connection you must first pull the power plug from the
power socket! Otherwise the DVD player and possibly equip-
ment connected to it could become irreparably damaged
through voltage peak strikes!
Equipment connected to a power supply can be damaged
during a thunderstorm. You should therefore always pull the
power plug from the power socket when there is a storm.
The Mains switch (POWER) on the front panel is used for dis-
connecting the main voltage. In order to completely discon-
nect the equipment from the mains voltage the power plug
must be pulled from the power socket. The power socket for
the power plug should be situated close to the device and
Danger! Laser radiation!
The DVD player is equipped with a "Class 1 Laser".
• Never open the device.
• Never attempt to repair the device. There is invisible laser
radiation inside the device.
• Avoid all direct optical contact with the laser beam, it
could lead to serious eye injuries.
5. Remote control
5.1. Inserting the batteries
1 Open the battery compartment on the back of the remote
2 Now insert the two batteries type AAA/R 03 (micro cells)
included in the package into the battery compartment.
Make sure that the batteries are inserted in accordance
with the correct polarity.
3 Replace the battery compartment cover.
5.2. Using the remote control
In order to guarantee faultless operation when using the
• Always point the remote control, during use, directely at
the DVD player
• Make sure that there are no obstructions between the
remote control and the DVD player that will hinder re-
• When using the remote control place yourself not more
than 5 metres from the DVD player
Otherwise interferences can occur during operation of the
DVD player functions with the remote control.
5.3. Replacing the batteries
If the operation of the DVD player via the remote control
does not function properly or does not function at all the
batteries must be replaced
• Always renew all batteries in order to return the remote
control to its full performance ability.
Used batteries may not be disposed of in household waste.
Hand in used batteries at a collection location or disposal
site or return them to the place where you bought them.
Should you yourself at some time dispose of the DVD player's
remote control then you should beforehand, without fail,
remove the batteries!
• Do not throw batteries into a fire.
• Do not recharge batteries unless, of course they are specifi-
cally designated as "rechargable".
• Never open, solder or weld batteries.
The risk of explosions and injuries exist!
• Check the batteries regularly. Leaking batteries can cause
damage to the appliance.
• Always change all batteries at the same time and always
use batteries of the same type.
• Remove the batteries if you do not intend to use the
appliance for an extended period of time.
• In the event of the batteries leaking acids, wear protective
• Clean the battery compartment with a dry cloth.
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