It is a good idea to check your player on a regular basis (especially after
weekends or extended closures) and after severe storms and power outages. When it
is playing, it should display the track number being played and counting off seconds.
It would also be wise to check the volume now and then. Simply call your main
line from another line at your location and ask to be placed on hold.
NEVER touch the bottom side of the CD. Dirt and oil from you hands can
interfere when trying to play a track. Scratches can ruin the CD also. Discs that
must be reproduced due to scratches are subject to a reproduction fee.
You can extend the life of your CD player if you turn it off at the end of the day
or by putting and electrical time on your outlet, setting it to your store's hours.
NOTE: The player will not lose the sequence you programmed.
NEC America, Inc.
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