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5.1.3 Fire hazards
5.1.4 Moving parts
5.1.5 Preventing ink stains
Avoid touching the BJ cartridge ink nozzles, ink pad, head cap, head wiper, and ink
absorbers. The ink can stain your hands, clothes, etc. Although the ink is watrr soluble, it
is permanmt nnd will permanently stain clothing, ptr.
Do not dispose in fire.
Do not dispose of lithium batteries in fire. Doing so may rupture the battery
and expose flammable materials.
Follow applicable local regulations when disposing of the the SCNT board
assembly's lithium battery.
When using IPA or other solvents during servicing, heat or sparks from
internal electronic circuits can ignite the solvent. Before using such solvents,
be sure to turn off the power source and wait until the high-temperature
parts cool. Use the solvent in a well-ventilated area.
To prevent mishaps due to moving or rotating parts during servicing, be sure
to disconnect the power cord before disassembly.
Since the this unit does not have a sensor on the printer cover, the carriage
and rollers will not stop even if the printer cover is opened during a printing
operation. If the printer cover must be opened during printing, bewnrr of the
Figure l-14 shows the driving s&ion's location.
Although the ink is not toxic, it contnms an organic solvent (isopropyl nlcohol
67-63-O). If the ink enters the eyw accidentally, flush the eyes with running
immediately and giw thr informntion printed on the B.J cnrtridgo lnbcl.