C. Crane CCWiFi Instruction manual

CC WiFi
Internet Radio
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
PLEASE READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS
COMPLETELY BEFORE USE AND SAVE THIS
MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
v1.0
Before Use
Please read IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS before use. It
is important to read and understand all instructions. Keep these
precautions and instructions where all who use this radio will read
them.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO
NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO
NOT REMOVE THE RADIO BACK. NO USER SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
THE LIGHTNING FLASH AND ARROWHEAD WITHIN
THE TRIANGLE IS A WARNING SIGN ALERTING YOU
OF “DANGEROUS VOLTAGE” INSIDE THE RADIO.
THE EXCLAMATION POINT WITHIN THE TRIANGLE IS
A WARNING SIGN ALERTING YOU OF IMPORTANT
INSTRUCTIONS ACCOMPANYING THIS RADIO.
The box should contain the CC WiFi Radio, AC Adapter and this man ual.
If anything is missing or damaged, please contact your dealer immediately.
We recommend you keep the box in the unlikely event your radio needs to
be serviced.
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Table of Contents
Unpacking ................................................................................ 2
Unpacking .............................................................................................................
2
.....
Location of Controls ........................................................... 4-5
Location of Controls ............................................................................................
4-5
Getting Started
Turning the Radio On ................................................ 6
Turning theScanning
Radio On ......................................................................................
6
for Wireless Networks .............................
6
Scanning for
Wireless Networks
6
Connecting
to a...................................................................
Wireless Network ..........................
7
Your
WEP
or WPA Key ..............................
8
ConnectingEntering
to a Wireless
Network
................................................................
7
Connecting to Network Using Ethernet Cable ......
10
Entering Your WEP or WPA Key ....................................................................
8
Choosing a Radio Station ..................................................... 11
Connecting to Network Using Ethernet Cable .............................................
10
Searching for a Station ......................................................... 13
Choosing a Radio Station ...................................................................................
11
Changing the Volume ............................................................
14
Changing
the
Volume
..........................................................................................
12
Storing a Station as a Preset ................................................ 14
Play
a Stored
Radio Station Preset .....................................
Menu
Time
Out .....................................................................................................
13 14
Menu
Out
Setting
theTime
Time and
Date......................................................................
...................................................................................
13 15
Setting the Time and Date .................................................... 15
Setting the Alarm .................................................................................................
14
Setting the Alarm ................................................................... 16
Setting the Sleep Timer .......................................................................................
16
Setting the Sleep Timer ......................................................... 18
Configure
Options
.....................................................................................
17 19
MediaMenu
Player
Functions
........................................................
Help
Pages ...........................................................................................................
19-23
Configure
Menu Options .......................................................
23
Configuring
“My
Stuff”
..........................................................
25
Safety Instructions ..............................................................................................
24
Configuring
“My
Stations”
....................................................
25
Location of CC WiFi Radio Serial Number ........................................................
25
Adding Content to “My Streams” or “My Podcasts” .......... 26
Setting Up Extra Features ..................................................... 27
Using “My Pandora” .............................................................. 27
Using “My Aupeo” ................................................................. 29
Using “Live365” ..................................................................... 31
Help Pages ............................................................................. 33
Menu Flow Charts ................................................................. 40
Safety Instructions ................................................................. 43
Memory Preset Log ............................................................... 44
Location of CC WiFi Radio Serial Number ........................... 48
Software License Information ............................................... 48
Getting Started
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Thank you for choosing the CC WiFi radio. Read this manual carefully
to get the best performance from this unit.
Location of Controls — Front and Back of Radio
Location of Controls — Front and Back of Radio
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Buttons 23-26 and
mode while playing tracks from your computer.
Buttons 23-26 and 29-30 are used only in Media Player
mode while
computer.
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Switchplaying
radio tracks from
] your
STOP:
Stop track play. Press
ON/OFF
1-9: Store
presets
and recall
erPOWER:
Switch
radio
functions
ON/OFF
MUTE: Mute the audio
rt1-9:
Store presets and recall
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REPLY: Used for Pandora,
Aupeo! and adding stations
MUTE:
Mute the audio
to Reciva
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Used
STORE:
StoreforupPandora,
to 99
radio stations
Aupeo!
and adding stations
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Used for presets 10 and
above Store up to 99
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RECALL:
Play pre-set
stations
stations
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pabove
+ or - VOL: Adjust volume
[ PLAY/PAUSE: Play or pause
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track Play pre-set
stations
p +WiFi
or - VOL: Adjust volume
[ PLAY/PAUSE: Play or pause
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track
and hold to delete a track
from the playlist
] STOP: Stop track play. Press
A NEXT:
track a track
and Play
hold next
to delete
S BROWSE:
tracks in
from theView
playlist
A playlist
NEXT: Play next track
S options
BROWSE: View tracks in
D UP/DOWN: Scroll through
playlist
F SELECT:
Select a displayed
D option
UP/DOWN: Scroll through
options
G MODE:
Switch between
and Shuffle
F Repeat
SELECT:
Select modes
a displayed
H PREV:
Play previous track
option
J
BACK:
Reverts
back
to the
G MODE:
Switch
between
previous
option modes
Repeatmenu
and or
Shuffle
H PREV: Play previous track
J BACK: Reverts back to the
previous menu or option
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GettingStarted
Started–– Turning
Turning On
Getting
On Your
YourWiFi
WiFiRadio
Radio
Note: Configuring a WiFi radio is similar to navigating through a cell
Note: Configuring a WiFi radio is similar to navigating through a cell
phone menu.
phone menu.
Plug the power adapter cube into a 120V AC power outlet. Connect
Plug
power
adapter
cube
120V
thethe
power
adapters
small
pluginto
intoathe
jackAC
on power
the backoutlet.
of theConnect
radio
thethat
power
adapters
small
plug
into
the
jack
on
the
back
of the radio
is labeled “DC IN 7.5V”.
that
is labeled
7.5V”.
Caution:
Use“DC
onlyINthe
power adapter supplied with the radio.
Caution:
Use aonly
theadapter
power adapter
supplied
the radio.
Connecting
power
other than
the one with
that was
supplied with your
radioadapter
could cause
permanent
the supConnecting
a power
other
than the damage
one thattowas
radio
andyour
may radio
be hazardous.
plied
with
could cause permanent damage to the
radio
may
be hazardous.
Afterand
a few
seconds
the display on the front of the radio will light up
andashow:
After
few seconds the display on the front of the radio will light up
and show:
CC WiFi Radio
CC WiFi Radio
Followed by:
Followed by:
Reciva Enabled
ARM Powered
Reciva Enabled
ARM Powered
Followed by:
Followed by:Starting ...
and
Starting ...
and
Followed by:
Initialising
Network
Initialising
Network
< Scan for Networks >
Followed by:
Enter Network
< Scan for Networks >
Enter Network
Scanning for Wireless Networks
When <Scan for Networks> is displayed, press “SELECT” by press-
Scanning
for Wireless
Networks
ing “in” the main
dial (the main
dial should click when pressed in).
The display will show:
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The display will show:
Scanning
Networks
Scanning for
for Wireless
Wireless Networks
Scanning
Scanning
IfIfthe
wireless networks,
networks,then
thenthe
thedisplay
displaywillwill
theradio
radiocannot
cannot find
find any wireless
show:
show:
No
No networks
networks
found
found
nonetworks
networks are
are found,
found, see
see page
33
IfIfno
page19
33for
fortroubleshooting
troubleshootingassistance.
assistance.
Connecting to a Wireless Network
Connecting to a Wireless Network
When the radio finds wireless networks, it will show the network
When
radio
findsthe
wireless
it willscreen.
show the network
namesthe
(also
called
ESSID)networks,
in the display
names (also called the ESSID) in the display screen.
Example:
Example:
< WiFi Network 1 >
< WiFi
WiFi Network
Network21 >
WiFi Network 2
Note: You can always use the BACK button to start over at the previous screen.
Note:
You can always use the BACK button to start over at the previous
Thescreen.
first two wireless networks will show in the display after the wirelessfirst
network
scan. There
may be
wireless
to choose
The
two wireless
networks
willmore
show
in the networks
display after
the wirefromnetwork
by further
rotating
themay
dial.be more wireless networks to choose
less
scan.
There
from by further rotating the dial.
< WiFi Network 2 >
Example:
YourNetwork
Network 2 >
< WiFi
Example:
Your Network
To connect to your wireless network, align your network name
between the brackets and select it by pushing the dial in.
To connect to your wireless network, align your network name
between the brackets and select it by pushing the dial in.
Need Help?: Refer to help page 36 for help finding which SSID
Name) is yours.
CC(Network
WIFI
Need Help?: Refer to help page 36 for help finding which SSID
(Network Name) is yours.
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Connectingto
toaa Wireless
Wireless Network
Connecting
Network
If the display
If the display
shows:
shows:
Connecting to
Connecting
to
Network
Network
then continue
then continue
on to page 12.
on to page 12.
However, if the screen displays:
However, if the screen displays:
Enter WEP Key
Enter WEP Key
or
or
Enter WPA Key
Enter WPA Key
you must enter the correct WEP or WPA wireless encryption key
Password)
to proceed.
you(Wireless
must enter
the correct
WEP or WPA wireless encryption key
Note: Take
note which
of key your network requires for future
(Wireless
Password)
to type
proceed.
reference.
Note: Take note which type of key your network requires for future
reference.
Entering Your WEP or WPA Key (Wireless Password)
Entering
Your WEP or WPA33Key
(Wireless Password)
Need Help?: Refer to help page 19
for help finding your WEP or
WPA Key.
Need
Refer tothe
help
pagewill
33goforinto
help
finding your
or
AfterHelp?:
a few seconds
display
a password
entryWEP
mode.
WPA
Key.
This mode contains upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers,
andaspecial
characters.
After
few seconds
the display will go into a password entry mode.
This mode contains upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers,
and special characters. END < > A BCDE
<>
BCDE
Notice that the letter “A” END
is separatedAfrom
the other characters in the
center of the display. Rotate the dial and you will see how the center
character is always separated from the other characters. Continue
rotating
dial
until“A”
the is
first
character from
of your
or characters
WPA password
Notice
thatthethe
letter
separated
theWEP
other
in the
is
in
the
center
of
the
display.
Select
it
by
pressing
the
main
center of the display. Rotate the dial and you will see howdial
thein.
center
character is always separated from the other characters. Continue
ABCDE F GHIJ
rotating the dial until the first character of your WEP or WPA password
_ it by pressing the main dial in.
is in the center of the display. Select
After you have selected theABCDE
first character
of your password, it will
F GHIJ
appear below.
_
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After
you have selected the first character of your password,CCit WiFi
will
appear below.
Entering
Key(Wireless
(WirelessPassword)
Password)
EnteringYour
YourWEP
WEP or
or WPA
WPA Key
ABCDE FF GHIJ
ABCDE
GHIJ
FF __
Turn the dial to the next character in the password and SELECT.
Turn the dial to the next character in the password and SELECT.
Repeat this process until your entire wireless password is entered on
Repeat
this line.
process until your entire wireless password is entered on
the lower
the lower line.
XYZab c defg
Example:
XYZab
c defg
Frank12abc
_
Example:
Frank12abc _
Note: WEP passwords use numbers 0-9 and upper case letters A-F.
WPAWEP
passwords
are case
to 0-9
upper
andupper
lowercase
case letters
letters, A-F.
Note:
passwords
usesensitive
numbers
and
so
you
must
enter
them
exactly.
WPA passwords are case sensitive to upper and lower case letters,
so After
you must
enter
them exactly.
the final
character
is entered, turn the dial until “END” shows in
the middle of the display — press the dial to select.
After the final character is entered, turn the dial until “END” shows in
the middle of the display — press the dial to select.
( ) “ END ghA
( )“
END
ghA
The display will show “Connecting to network” as the radio connects
to the WiFi network.
The display will show “Connecting to network” as the radio connects
Connecting to
to the WiFiConnecting
network. to
and
Network
“My Network”
Connecting to
and
Your networkʼs
name will be displayed here.
Network
Connecting to
“My Network”
Station Update
Then:
Your networkʼs name will be displayed
here.
From Reciva
Station Update
Then:
Need Help?: Refer to help pages 19-23
33-39 for troubleshooting connec-
From Reciva
tion problems.
When finished, the radio automatically goes to the “Primary Menu”
that Help?:
containsRefer
six options:
PERSONAL
RADIO,
Need
to helpSTATIONS,
pages 33-39
for troubleshooting
connecMY STUFF, MEDIA PLAYER, CONFIGURE and ALARM CLOCK.
tion problems.
When finished, the radio automatically goes to the “Primary Menu”
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WiFi
thatCCcontains
six options: STATIONS, PERSONAL RADIO, Page 9
MY STUFF, MEDIA PLAYER, CONFIGURE and ALARM CLOCK.
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Connecting
Ethernet Cable
Cable (optional)
(optional)
Connecting to
to aa Network
Network Using
Using Ethernet
When
little setup
setup is
is required.
required.
When using
using an
an ethernet
ethernet cable
cable to
to connect,
connect, little
1.
power, connect
connect aa standard
standard Cat5
Cat5
1. While
While the
the radio
radio is
is unplugged
unplugged from
from power,
or
Cat6
Ethernet
cable
(not
included
with
radio)
or Cat6 Ethernet cable (not included with radio)
to
The LAN
LAN
to an
an open
open LAN
LAN port
port on
on your
your router.
router. The
ports
are
the
ones
typically
numbered
1-4
on
ports are the ones typically numbered 1-4 on
the
back
of
your
router.
the back of your router.
Note:
from
Note: Ethernet
Ethernet cables
cables can
can be
be purchased
purchased from
C.
Crane
Company
or
your
local
electronics
store.
C. Crane Company or your local electronics store.
2.
cable to
to the
the Ethernet
Ethernet
2. Connect
Connect the
the opposite
opposite end
end of
of the
the Ethernet
Ethernet cable
port
port on
on the
the back
back of
of your
your radio.
radio.
3.
3. Plug in the power cord to the radio.
After
After a few seconds, the connection light will flash indicating a good
connection.
connection.
After
After the radio successfully connects to your router it will automatically
go
go to
to the “Primary Menu” that contains six options: STATIONS,
PERSONAL
PERSONAL RADIO, MY STUFF, MEDIA PLAYER, CONFIGURE and
ALARM
ALARM CLOCK.
Need
37 for troubleshooting connection
Need Help?: Refer to help page 23
problems.
problems.
Note:
Note: Menu tree flow charts are located on pages 40-42.
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Choosing
Radio Station
Station
Choosing aa Radio
1.
From the
Menu,
choose“Stations”
“My Stuff”byby
turning
the dial
1.
thePrimary
Primary Menu,
Menu,choose
choose
turning
the
until
1. From
From
the
Primary
“Stations”
by
turning
the
dialdial
until
brackets
are
positioned
on
both
sides.
Press
the
dial
tountil
select.
brackets
are positioned
positionedon
onboth
bothsides.
sides.Press
Pressthethe
dial
select.
brackets are
dial
to to
select.
<<
Stations
My
Stuff
Stations
>>
Personal
Radio
Personal
Radio
Media
Player
2. Next,
Next, turn the
either
thethe
2.
the dial
dial totochoose
chooseaaradio
radiostation
stationfrom
from
either
Note:
The “My“Genre”
Streams”“Search”
menu lets youPress
choose dial
between
the
“Location”,
to to
continue
“Location”,
“Genre”or
or “Search”menu.
menu. Pressthethe
dial
continue
following
stations:
Russian
Christian
Radio
(RadioMv.com)
or
into the selected
into
selected menu.
menu.
English
Christian
Radio
Station
(RadioMv.Org).
Choosing a Radio Station
Note: The
The “Location”
station
from
a parNote:
“Location” menu
menulets
letsyou
youchoose
choosea aradio
radio
station
from
a particular
continent
then
country.
The
“Genre”
menu
lets
you
choose
a
ticular
continent
then
country.
The
“Genre”
menu
lets
you
choose
2. Next, turn the dial to choose from either the “My Streams” ora “My
1. From
theby
Primary
Menu,content
choose–“Stations”
by turning
dial
until
radio
station
categorized
forforexample:
“Dance,the
Classical,
radio
station
by
categorized
example:
Classical,
MP3tunes”
menu.
Press thecontent
dial to–continue
into “Dance,
the selected
menu.
brackets
are
positioned
on
both
sides.
Press
the
dial
to
select.
Rock,
Talk”
etc.
For
direct
station
name
entry,
see
“Searching
for
a
Rock, Talk” etc. For direct station name entry, see “Searching for a
Station” on
on page
Station”
page 13.
13.
MP3tunes >
< My Stations
Location
Radio
>> Personal
My Live365
Location
<< Location
Location
or
<< Genre
>>
Genre
or
Genre
Genre
2.
Next,
turn
the
dial
to
choose
a
radio
station
from
either
the
Note: The “My MP3tunes” menu lets you choose from audiofiles
“Location”,
or “Search”
Press the dial
to favorite
continue
Need
Help?:
To“Genre”
findAudio
which
genre Talk
ormenu.
location
your
available,
such
as
Bible,
Showscontains
and Audiobooks
under
Need
Help?:
Tohelp
findpage
which
genre or location contains your favorite
into
the selected
menu.
station,
refer
to
38.
"Artist" and "Album" headline.
station, refer to help page 38.
“Location”
menu on
lets“Location”
you choose
radio station
a par3.Note:
AfterThe
pressing
“SELECT”
or a“Genre”,
rotate from
the dial
"MP3tunes"
is onthen
demand
playback
option
of
audio
files
fromadial
continent
The
lets you
choose
3.ticular
After
pressing
“SELECT”
on
“Location”
or
“Genre”,
rotate
to scroll
through
thecountry.
locations
or “Genre”
genres. menu
Selections
are
listedthe
in
RadioMv.com
&order.
RadioMv.org
radio
station
by
categorized
content
for example:
“Dance,
to
scroll
through
the locations
or –genres.
Selections
areClassical,
listed in
alphabetical
Rock,
Talk”
etc.
For
direct
station
name
entry,
see
“Searching
for a
alphabetical order.
Press
theon
dialpage
to continue
into the selected menu.
Station”
13.
Press the dial to continue into the selected menu.
USA
> Location
Location< >
By<Location:
or
<
USA
Venezuela
< > Genre
>
Genre
By Location:
Venezuela
or
Need Help?: To find which genre or location contains your favorite
or
station, refer to help page 38.
<
News
Talk
>
By Genre:
3. After pressing “SELECT”
on
“Location”
or
“Genre”,
Updates
< News
News
Talk
> rotate the dial
Byto Genre:
scroll through the locations or genres. Selections are listed in
News Updates
alphabetical
4. After
loading, order.
the first two radio stations will show in the display
screen. dial to continue into the selected menu.
4.Press
Afterthe
loading, the first two radio stations will show in the display
screen.
<
USA
>
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Changing the
Changing
theVolume
Volume
You can change the volume by turning the dial clockwise to increase
You
can change the volume by turning the dial clockwise to increase
the volume and counterclockwise to decrease the volume. The display
the
volume
and counterclockwise to decrease the volume. The display
shows the volume bar. You cannot change the volume when you are
shows
the
volume
bar. using
You cannot
change
the After
volume
whenisyou are
in a menu, except when
the remote
control.
a station
in
a
menu,
except
when
using
the
remote
control.
After
a with
station
selected and begins to play, you can then change the volume
the is
selected
and
begins
to
play,
you
can
then
change
the
volume
with the
main dial.
main dial.
Store a Radio Station as a Preset
Store a Radio Station as a Preset
A. Using the Controls on the Front of the Radio to Play
Presetsthe
1-3.Controls on the Front of the Radio to Play
A. Using
While
a
radio
Presets 1-3. station is playing, press and hold one of the preset
buttons for three seconds or until the display screen shows
While a radio station is playing, press and hold one of the preset
“Assigned to Preset”.
buttons for three seconds or until the display screen shows
B. “Assigned
Using the Remote
Control to Store Presets 1-9.
to Preset”.
While a radio station is playing, press and hold the preset number
B. Using
the Remote
Store
on the remote
controlControl
that youto
want
the Presets
station to1-9.
be stored to.
While
a radio
station
playing,
press
hold
the preset
After three
seconds
theisdisplay
screen
willand
show
“Assigned
to number
Preset”.
on
the remote control that you want the station to be stored to.
seconds
the display
screen
will10-99.
show “Assigned to
C. After
Usingthree
the Remote
Control
to Store
Presets
Preset”.
While a radio station is playing, press the STORE button, then the
-/-- button,
then enter
yourtodesired
number.
C. Using
the and
Remote
Control
Store preset
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6. Turn the dial until the minute setting is correct — press the dial to
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<Factory Reset>
This option puts all settings back to their default, as they were when
the radio left the factory. If you perform a factory reset on your radio,
you will lose all your presets, clock settings, and wireless network
connection settings.
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This option will display a key that can be used to register the radio on
the Reciva Customer Portal.
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<Factory Reset>
This option puts all settings back to their default, as they were when
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To prevent damage to your radio or possible injury to you or others, read
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1) COMMON CARE !
Check the radio, AC adapter and any accessories regularly. Do not use
the radio if there is any sign of damage. Only operate in accordance
with the instructions in this manual. Only use attachments or accessories specified by the manufacturer.
2) DISCONNECT THE RADIO IN CASE OF MALFUNCTION !
If you smell or notice smoke, disconnect the AC Adapter immediately,
taking care to avoid burns. Contact C. Crane Company or their representative for inspection and service before any future operation. Only
use the AC-DC Adapter recommended with the unit and replace it if
wires become frayed or exposed. It should have an output of three
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only the recommended adapter. Otherwise it may damage the radio or
cause a fire or electric shock.
3) KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN !
Dropping the radio can cause damage or injury. Keep the AC Adapter
cord in a position so someone cannot trip and cause the radio to fall.
4) KEEP AWAY FROM WATER AND MOISTURE !
Keep the radio dry. Liquids and moisture can damage the radio. If a liquid leaks into the radio do not operate and seek a qualified service
shop. To clean the radio, remove the power and use a damp cloth on
the exterior only.
5) KEEP AWAY FROM EXTREME TEMPERATURES !
Extreme temperatures can damage the radio. Do not leave or use the
radio where it can be subjected to high or very cold temperatures.
6) DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SERVICE RADIO !
Refer all service work to a qualified service shop when the radio does
not appear to operate normally, exhibits a change in performance or
the radio has received damage. Never open the radio as this may
expose you to dangerous voltages and this will void all warranties.
7) OUTSIDE ANTENNAS OR CABLES !
Outside antennas or cables that create a potential hazard should not
be used with this radio unless installed by qualified personnel.
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