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Preparation; Installing Alkaline Batteries - Kenwood VC-H1 Instruction Manual

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INSTALLING ALKALINE BATTERIES

WARNING!
DO NOT INSTALL THE BATTERIES IN A HAZARDOUS
ENVIRONMENT WHERE SPARKS COULD CAUSE AN
EXPLOSION.
NEVER DISCARD OLD BATTERIES IN FIRE BECAUSE
EXTREMELY HIGH TEMPERATURES CAN CAUSE BATTERIES
TO EXPLODE.
1 To remove the battery cover, slide the cover outward
while slightly pushing on the grooves on the cover.
2 Insert four AA (LR6) alkaline batteries.
• Be sure to match the battery polarities with those
marked on the VC-H1.

PREPARATION

Grooves
3 Align the three tabs on the battery cover, then slide
the cover inward until the center tab clicks.
Note:
It is strongly recommended to use high quality alkaline batteries
rather than manganese batteries, to enjoy longer periods of battery
life. Do not use commercially available NiCd batteries.
If you will not use the VC-H1 for a long period, remove the batteries
from the VC-H1.
Do not use different kinds of batteries together.
When the battery voltage is low, replace all four old batteries with
new ones.
The approximate lives of alkaline batteries depending on
the operation status are shown below:
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When the batteries become almost empty while the
TX/RX indicator is green, the indicator starts blinking.
Replace the batteries at that time. This function,
however, does not operate while Fast FM mode is
currently selected.
Center tab
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