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Operating Elements; Setup; Inserting Batteries; Interaction With Batteries - Silvercrest KH 2328 Operating Manual

Cd-player with radio

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SilverCrest KH 2328
Thereby it is sufficient to approach
the conductor to within only a few cm.
Direct contact is not required to effect
a discharge. The charge can also reduce
itself over an electrical arc. A discharge
is thus also possible through plastic hou-
sing components.
Note: This appliance is equipped with
non-slip rubber feet. As upper surfaces
can comprise of various materials and
are treated with various cleaning ma-
terials, it cannot be completely excluded
that some of these materials contain
components that could attack and sof-
ten the rubber feet. If possible place an
anti-slip material under the feet of the
appliance.

Operating Elements

Carrying handle
Telescopic antenna
Waveband selector (AM / FM / FM ST.)
OPEN/CLOSE
Tuning regulator (TUNING)
CD-compartment
FM Stereo display (FM ST.)
Display
Button PROGRAM
Button REPEAT
Button NEXT
Button PLAY/PAUSE
Power display
Button BACK
Button RANDOM
Button STOP
Volume regulator (Volume)
Function switch (RADIO/OFF/CD)
Power cable connection
Headphone connection
(3,5 mm Jackplug Stereo)
2!
Battery compartment lid
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Setup

Remove the CD-Player with Radio
and the accessories from the trans-
port packaging.
Remove all transport fixing items
and adhesive tape/films.
Place the CD-Player with Radio on a
level horizontal surface. Place the CD-
Player with Radio so, that the flap of
the CD compartment
pletely opened. For this, the carrying
handle
must be folded back.

Inserting Batteries

For bridging power failures the CD-
Player with Radio requires 6 x 1,5 V Typ
D batteries (batteries are not supplied).
Open the battery compartment
on the appliance under side.
Insert the batteries into the battery
2!
compartment
, taking note of the
outlined polarities in the battery
2!
compartment
.
Carefully close the battery compart-
ment lid until it clicks into place.

Interaction with batteries

Leaking batteries can cause damage
to the CD-Player with Radio.
If you do not intend to use the CD-
Player with Radio for an extended
period, remove the batteries.
Always exchange the batteries in a
timely manner and use batteries of
the same type.
can be com-
2!

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