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Safety-Important notes for users in
the U.K.
Mains plug
Amp plug. To change a fuse in this type of plug
proceed as follows:
a Remove fuse cover and fuse.
b Fix new fuse which should be a BS1362 5
Amp, A.S.T.A. or BSI approved type.
c
outlets, it should be cut off and an appropriate
If the mains plug contains a fuse, this should
have a value of 5 Amp. If a plug without a
fuse is used, the fuse at the distribution board
should not be greater than 5 Amp.
Note: The severed plug must be disposed off
to avoid a possible shock hazard should it be
inserted into a 13 Amp socket elsewhere.
How to connect a plug
The wires in the mains lead are coloured with
the following code: blue = neutral (N), brown
= live (L).
As these colours may not correspond with the
colour markings identifying the terminals in
your plug, proceed as follows:
Connect the blue wire to the terminal
marked N or coloured black.
Connect the brown wire to the terminal
marked L or coloured red.
Do not connect either wire to the earth
terminal in the plug, marked E (or e) or
coloured green (or green and yellow).
Before replacing the plug cover, make certain
that the cord grip is clamped over the sheath
of the lead - not simply over the two wires.
Copyright in the U.K.
Recording and playback of material may
require consent. see Copyright Act 1956 and
The performer's Protection Acts 1958 to
1972.
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Warning
Never remove the casing of this apparatus.
Never lubricate any part of this apparatus.
Never place this apparatus on other electrical
equipment.
Keep this apparatus away from direct sunlight,
Never look into the laser beam inside this
apparatus.
Ensure that you always have easy access to the
power cord, plug or adaptor to disconnect this
apparatus from the power.
Hearing safety
Listen at a moderate volume.
Using headphones at a high volume can
impair your hearing. This product can
produce sounds in decibel ranges that
may cause hearing loss for a normal
person, even for exposure less than a
minute. The higher decibel ranges are
offered for those that may have already
experienced some hearing loss.
Sound can be deceiving. Over time your
hearing 'comfort level' adapts to higher
volumes of sound. So after prolonged
listening, what sounds 'normal' can
actually be loud and harmful to your
hearing. To guard against this, set your
volume to a safe level before your hearing
adapts and leave it there.
To establish a safe volume level:
Set your volume control at a low setting.
Slowly increase the sound until you can
hear it comfortably and clearly, without
distortion.
Listen for reasonable periods of time:
Prolonged exposure to sound, even
at normally 'safe' levels, can also cause
hearing loss.
Be sure to use your equipment
reasonably and take appropriate breaks.
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