Use common sense when handling the computer; hard disks in
particular can be damaged if the computer is dropped or handled
roughly. As a precaution, back up the contents of the hard disks to
tape or diskettes before moving the computer.
Don't try to move the computer while it is plugged into the AC
power supply or with any other cables, including network cables,
When lifting and carrying the computer, grip the metal underside
of the system unit. Never attempt to lift the system unit with a
monitor on top.
If you need to transport the computer any great distance, use the
original packing materials.
SAFETY & REGULATORY NOTICES
Do not use sprays, solvents or abrasives that might damage the
system unit surface. Do not use cleaning fluids or sprays near air
vents, ports, or the diskette and CD-ROM drives.
Occasionally wipe the system unit with a soft, slightly damp, lint-
Occasionally wipe over the air vents on the rear and sides of the
system unit. Dust and fluff can block the vents and limit the
Occasionally clean the diskette and CD-ROM drives using a
proprietary head cleaner.
Occasionally wipe the monitor with a soft, slightly damp, lint-free
cloth. It is best to use anti-static glass cleaner on the monitor
screen, but do not spray glass cleaner directly onto the screen; it
could run down inside the case and damage the circuitry.
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