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Electrical Shock Hazard
Serious shock hazard leading to death or
injury may result if you do not take the
- Ensure that the ac power outlet (mains)
has a protective earth (ground) terminal.
- Disconnect the product from the power
source prior to performing any
- Prevent water or any other liquids from
running onto electrical components or
circuits, or through openings in the
Refer to the beginning of Chapter 4 of this
manual, for precautions you should take to
prevent damage to the Printer circuits from
General definitions of safety symbols are
given immediately after the table of