For Safe Operation
If the machine malfunctions or is dropped or damaged or if water or a foreign object enters it, immediately
unplug the AC adapter from the machine and electrical outlet, and then contact the retailer who sold you this
machine or the nearest authorized service center. Continuing to use the machine in this condition may result
in a fire or electric shock.
If a power outage occurs or thunder is heard while the machine is being used, disconnect the power cord
plug from the electrical outlet. Otherwise, a fire, electric shock or damage to the machine may result.
If, while the machine is being used or stored, an unusual odor is produced, the machine produces heat or smoke or
becomes discolored or deformed, or any other unusual occurrence is observed, stop using the machine, and then
unplug the AC adapter from the machine and electrical outlet. Continuing to use the machine in this condition may
result in a fire or electric shock. In addition, repairs must never be performed by the user; it is too dangerous.
Do not disassemble, repair or alter the machine by yourself. Otherwise, a fire, electric shock or injuries
may result. For servicing, adjustment, cleaning or repair of internal parts other than those specified,
contact the retailer who sold you this machine or the nearest authorized service center.
The plastic bag that this machine was supplied in should be kept out of the reach of children or disposed of.
Never allow children to play with the bag due to the danger of suffocation.
Before performing any maintenance procedures described in this manual, unplug the power cord.
Otherwise, a fire, electric shock or damage to the machine may result.
While the machine is operating, make sure that shirt sleeves, neckties, hair or jewelry do not become pulled in.
Otherwise, injuries may result. If anything is pulled in, immediately unplug the power cord to stop the machine.
Do not touch the sharp edge of the blade. Otherwise, injuries may result.
Pay close attention to the carriage movements while the machine is operating. Keep your hands away from
all moving parts, such as the rollers, carriage and holders. Do not place your fingers under the blade holder.
In addition, keep your fingers away from moving parts such as under the tray, in the front cover or under the
operation panel. Otherwise, injuries may result.
In order to prevent injuries, do not trace or rub your hand or fingers along the end of the blade holder while
the blade tip is extended. Store the blade tip within the holder when the blade holder is not being used.
After removing the blade holder from the machine, be sure to retract the blade into the holder and attach
the protective cap. Do not leave the blade extended. Otherwise, injuries may result. Please remove
protective cap from blade holder before placing it into the machine carriage.
* Do not allow infants/children to put the protective caps in their mouths.
In order to prevent injuries, do not trace or rub your hand or fingers along the edge of the mat.
Do not allow this machine to be used as a toy. Pay close attention when the machine is used near children.
When moving the machine, be sure to grasp its handles. If any other part is grasped, the machine may be
damaged or fall, possibly resulting in injuries.
When lifting the machine, be careful not to make any sudden or careless movements. Otherwise, injuries to
your back or knees may result.
Only use the genuine parts specified in this manual. Use of any other parts may result in injuries or damage
to the machine.
When cutting, be sure to adjust the blade extension according to the material that will be cut. If too much of
the blade is extended, the blade may break or the mat may be cut.
Do not use a broken blade. Otherwise, cutting cannot be performed correctly. If the blade breaks, remove
the broken piece of blade from the cut material. When removing the broken piece of blade from the cut
material, use tweezers; do not touch it with your fingers.
Do not place the AC adapter, power cord and foreign objects within the range of the mat's movements
(feed area). Otherwise, operations cannot be completed correctly.