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Cat. No. 14-1122
OWNER’S MANUAL
Please read before using this equipment.
CTR-116
Voice-Activated
Cassette Tape Recorder
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FEATURES
Your Optimus CTR-116 Voice-Activated Cassette Tape Recorder uses the latest in recording technology to make recording easy and convenient. Recording begins when the CTR-116
detects sound and ends when sound subsides, for hands-free
operation. The CTR-116’s microphone is sensitive enough for
the boardroom, a seminar, or a lecture hall.
The CTR-116’s features include:
Voice-Activated (VOX) Recording — records only when there
is sound so that you can save power and prevent blank sections
of tape.
Upright Style — lets you view the cassette deck as it plays and
records.
Digital Tape Counter — helps you quickly find a specific section on the cassette.
Built-In Speaker — lets you listen to your recordings.
Semi-Automatic Shut-Off — automatically stops the tape at
the end of play or recording.
Cue/Review — lets you listen to recordings at high speed to
help you find a particular section.
© 1998 Tandy Corporation.
All Rights Reserved.
Optimus and RadioShack are registered trademarks
used by Tandy Corporation.
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External Microphone Jack — lets you record using either the
built-in microphone or an external microphone.
Supplied Earphone — lets you listen to recordings in private.
Record Indicator — lights when you are recording.
Three Power Sources — you can power the recorder from internal batteries, or from a vehicle’s cigarette-lighter socket or
standard AC power (using the appropriate optional adapter).
We recommend you record the CTR-116’s serial number here.
The number is in the recorder’s battery compartment.
Serial Number: ___________________________
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CONTENTS
Preparation ............................................................................ 5
Powering the CTR-116 ...................................................... 5
Installing Batteries ....................................................... 5
Using AC Power .......................................................... 7
Using Vehicle Battery Power ....................................... 8
Connecting the Earphone ................................................ 10
Listening Safely ......................................................... 10
Traffic Safety .............................................................. 11
Playing a Cassette Tape ..................................................... 12
Using the Tape Counter ................................................... 15
Recording .............................................................................
VOX Recording ................................................................
Manual Recording ...........................................................
Using an External Microphone ........................................
Recording from External Sources ....................................
16
16
19
19
20
Tape Tips ..............................................................................
Erasing a Recording ........................................................
Preventing Accidental Erasure ........................................
Restoring Tape Tension and Sound Quality ....................
21
21
21
23
Care and Maintenance ........................................................ 24
Cleaning the Tape-Handling Parts ................................... 24
Specifications ...................................................................... 26
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PREPARATION
POWERING THE CTR-116
You can operate your CTR-116 from any of these power sources:
• four AA batteries (not supplied)
• standard AC power (using an optional AC adapter)
• vehicle battery power (using an optional DC adapter)
Note: Using an adapter automatically disconnects the internal
batteries.
Installing Batteries
You can power the CTR-116 with four AA batteries. For the
longest life, we recommend alkaline batteries. Or, you can use
rechargeable nickel-cadmium batteries (RadioShack Cat. No.
23-325) and charge them with a battery charger, such as Cat.
No. 23-242.
Cautions:
• Use only fresh batteries of the required size and recommended type.
• Do not mix old and new batteries, different types of batteries (standard, alkaline, or rechargeable), or rechargeable
batteries of different capacities.
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1. Press down on the battery compartment cover and slide it off in
the direction of the arrow.
2. Put the batteries into the compartment as indicated by the
polarity symbols (+ and –)
marked inside.
3. Replace the cover.
The REC/BATT indicator at the upper left corner of the front panel lights when you record. If the indicator lights dimly or not at
all, replace the batteries.
PLAY
-F
FAST
CUE
RECORD
D
REWIN
REVIEW
STOP T
EJEC
PAUSE
MIC
REC
REC/BATT
EA
RP
/BATT
H
MIC
RE
MO
T
DC
6
Cautions:
• Always remove old or weak batteries. Batteries can leak
chemicals that can destroy electronic parts.
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• Dispose of old batteries promptly and properly. Do not burn
or bury them.
Note: At the end of a Ni-Cd rechargeable battery’s useful life, it
must be recycled or disposed of properly. Contact your local,
county, or state hazardous waste management authorities for
information on recycling or disposal programs in your area.
Some options that might be available are: municipal curb-side
collection, drop-off boxes at retailers such as your local RadioShack store, recycling collection centers, and mail-back programs.
Using AC Power
To power the CTR-116 from an AC outlet, you need an AC
adapter, such as Cat. No. 273-1454.
Cautions:
• The recommended adapter supplies 6 volts DC power and
delivers at least 150 milliamps. The adapter’s center tip
must be set to negative, and its plug must properly fit the
CTR-116’s DC 6V jack. Using an adapter that does not
meet these specifications could damage the CTR-116 or
the adapter.
• Be sure you connect the adapter to the CTR-116 before
you plug it into the AC outlet, and unplug the adapter from
the AC outlet before you unplug it from the CTR-116.
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Follow these steps to power the CTR-116 with an AC adapter.
PLAY
F
FASTCUE
RECORD
D
REWIN
REVIEW
STOP T
EJEC
PAUSE
MIC
REC
/BAT
T
EAR
PH
MIC
RE
MO
T
DC
6
DC 6V
1. Insert the adapter’s 5.5 mm outer diameter/2.1 mm inner
diameter barrel plug into the adapter’s cord, with the tip set
to negative.
2. Insert the barrel plug into the CTR-116’s DC 6V jack.
3. Plug the adapter into a standard AC outlet.
Using Vehicle Battery Power
You can operate the CTR-116 from your vehicle’s battery with a
DC adapter (not supplied), such as Cat. No. 273-1802.
Cautions:
• The recommended adapter supplies 6 volts DC power and
delivers at least 150 milliamps. The adapter’s center tip
must be set to negative, and its plug must properly fit the
CTR-116’s DC 6V jack. Using an adapter that does not
meet these specifications could damage the CTR-116 or
the adapter.
• Be sure you plug the adapter into the CTR-116 before you
plug it into the cigarette-lighter socket, and unplug the
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adapter from the cigarette-lighter socket before you unplug
it from the CTR-116.
Follow these steps to power the CTR-116 from your vehicle’s
cigarette-lighter socket.
PLAY
F
FASTCUE
RECORD
D
REWIN
REVIEW
STOP T
EJEC
PAUSE
MIC
REC
/BAT
T
EAR
PH
MIC
RE
MO
T
DC
6
DC 6V
1. Set the adapter’s voltage switch to 6 volts.
2. Insert the adapter’s 5.5 mm outer diameter/2.1 mm inner
diameter barrel plug into CTR-116’s DC 6V jack.
3. Plug the other end of the adapter into the vehicle’s
cigarette-lighter socket.
Note: If the CTR-116 does not operate properly when connected to a cigarette-lighter socket, unplug the adapter and clean
any ashes and other debris from the socket.
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CONNECTING THE EARPHONE
You can use the supplied earphone to listen privately to the
CTR-116. You can also connect an external or pillow-type
speaker (not supplied) to this jack.
Note: Your local RadioShack store sells a wide variety of
speakers.
Insert the earphone’s or speaker’s 1/8-inch (3.5-mm) plug into
the EARPHONE jack. This automatically disconnects the internal
speaker.
PLAY
STOP CT
EJE
-F
FAST
CUE
RECORD
ND
REWI
REVIEW
PAUSE
MIC
REC/B
EA
RP
MI
RE
ATT
H
C
MO
T
DC
6
EARPHONE
Listening Safely
To protect your hearing, follow these guidelines when you use
the earphone.
• Do not listen at extremely high volume levels. Extended
high-volume listening can lead to permanent hearing loss.
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• Set the volume to its lowest level before you begin listening. After you put on the earphone, adjust the volume to a
comfortable listening level.
• Do not increase the volume once you have established a
comfortable listening level. Over time, your ears adapt to
the volume level, so a volume level that does not cause
discomfort might still damage your hearing.
Traffic Safety
Do not wear the earphone while operating a motor vehicle or
riding a bicycle. This can create a traffic hazard and could be illegal in some areas.
Even though some earphones let you hear some outside
sounds when listening at normal volume levels, they still can
present a traffic hazard.
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PLAYING A CASSETTE TAPE
1. Press STOP/EJECT
ment door.
to open the cassette compart-
PLAY
STOP T
EJEC
-F
FAST
CUE
RECORD
ND
REWI
REVIEW
PAUSE
MIC
/BATT
REC
EA
RP
H
STOP
EJECT
MI
C
RE
MO
T
DC
6
2. Use your finger or a pencil to turn the cassette’s hub and
take up any slack in the tape. Do not touch the tape.
R
R EW
E
V IN
IE D
W
P
L
A
Y
R
E
C
O
R
D
3. Load a cassette into the door’s guides with the full reel to
the right, the cassette’s open edge facing out, and the side
you want to play facing the compartment’s window. Then
close the door.
-F
ST E
FA CU
OP T
ST EC
EJ
USE
PA
MIC
EA
RP
MI
HO
C
RE
MO
TE
DC
6V
12
ATT
C/B
RE
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4. Rotate VOLUME to its lowest setting (MIN).
PLAY
STOP T
EJEC
-F
FAST
CUE
RECORD
ND
REWI
REVIEW
PAUSE
MIC
/BATT
REC
MAX VOLUME
MIN
EA
RP
MI
RE
H
C
MO
T
DC
6
5. Press PLAY
. The tape begins to play.
PLAY
STOP CT
EJE
-F
FAST
CUE
RECORD
ND
REWI
REVIEW
PAUSE
MIC
ATT
REC/B
EA
RP
MI
RE
H
PLAY
C
MO
T
DC
6
6. Adjust VOLUME to the desired listening level.
7. The CTR-116 automatically stops at the end of the tape.
Or, press STOP/EJECT
to stop play sooner.
Notes:
• To momentarily stop play, press PAUSE . Release
PAUSE
to resume playing. To conserve battery power,
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however, we recommend that you do not pause the tape for
longer than about 5 minutes at a time.
PLAY
STOP CT
EJE
RECORD
ND
REWI
REVIEW
-F
FAST
CUE
PAUSE
MIC
REC/B
ATT
EA
RP
H
PAUSE
MI
C
RE
MO
T
DC
6
• To rapidly advance or rewind the tape, press FAST-F/
CUE
or REWIND/REVIEW
. The button locks down
and the tape continues moving until you press STOP/
EJECT
.
PLAY
STOP T
EJEC
-F
FAST
CUE
RECORD
D
REWIN
REVIEW
PAUSE
MIC
/BATT
REC
EA
RP
H
MIC
FAST-F
CUE
REWIND
REVIEW
RE
MO
T
DC
6
• The CTR-116 does not automatically stop when it reaches
the end of the tape during fast-forward or rewind. To prevent damage to the tape after it has fully wound to either
end, press STOP/EJECT
to release fast-forward or
rewind.
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• If you press FAST-F/CUE
or REWIND/REVIEW
while
the tape plays, you hear the sound at high speed. This can
help you locate a specific portion of the tape.
USING THE TAPE COUNTER
You can use the tape counter to give you an indication of the
tape’s position. Before playing a tape, press the tape counter
reset button to set the counter to 000.
PLAY
STOP CT
EJE
-F
FAST
CUE
RECORD
ND
REWI
REVIEW
PAUSE
MIC
ATT
REC/B
EA
RP
H
MI
C
RE
MO
T
000
DC
6
When the recorder plays, the numbers advance to show the
amount of tape that has moved past the tape heads since the
tape began moving. When the tape rewinds, the numbers decrease.
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RECORDING
Note: For the best performance, use only regular length (60- or
90-minute) cassette tapes. We do not recommend long-playing
cassette tapes, such as C-120s, because they are extremely
thin and can tangle easily.
VOX RECORDING
When you select VOX recording, the CTR-116 automatically begins recording when it senses a voice or other sound, and automatically stops when the sound stops.
For the best recording quality, place the recorder about 1 foot
from the sound source. Because the microphone is so sensitive, it will also pick up a voice or group of voices (such as an
audience) from several feet away.
1. Load a cassette into the tape compartment.
2. Set VOX to HIGH or LOW.
PLAY
STOP CT
EJE
PAUSE
MIC
ATT
REC/B
HIGH LOW OFF VOX
EA
RP
H
MI
C
RE
MO
T
DC
6
16
-F
FAST
CUE
ND
REWI
REVIEW
RECORD
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At HIGH, a soft sound turns on the recorder. At LOW, it
takes a louder sound to start recording. Experiment to find
the best setting for VOX in your recording environment.
3. Press RECORD . RECORD
and PLAY
lock down.
Recording starts and the REC/BATT indicator lights when
the microphone receives a loud enough signal (voice or
other sound). Recording stops and the REC/BATT indicator
fades when the signal ceases. This continues throughout
recording.
PLAY
STOP CT
EJE
-F
FAST
CUE
RECORD
ND
REWI
REVIEW
PAUSE
MIC
ATT
REC/B
EA
RP
H
REWIND
REVIEW
PLAY
RECORD
MI
C
RE
MO
T
DC
6
Caution: Never try to force down RECORD
if you have
removed the erase protection tab (see “Preventing Accidental Erasure” on Page 21). This can damage the record/
play mechanism.
Note: If the audio input is too strong, the indicator lights
steadily. Either move the microphone away from the sound
source or lower the volume of the sound source.
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4. To momentarily stop recording, press PAUSE
PAUSE
to resume recording.
PLAY
STOP CT
EJE
-F
FAST
CUE
. Release
RECORD
IND
REW
REVIEW
PAUSE
MIC
ATT
REC/B
EA
RP
H
PAUSE
MI
C
RE
MO
T
DC
6
5. To stop recording press STOP/EJECT
.
Notes:
• If you hold down REWIND/REVIEW
or FAST-F/CUE
while recording, the RECORD
button releases and the
tape rewinds or advances. You hear the sound at high
speed so you can locate the desired segment.
• When
you release REWIND/REVIEW
or FAST-F/
, the recorder begins playing the cassette. To conthen RECORD .
tinue recording, press STOP/EJECT
CUE
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MANUAL RECORDING
Manual recording is like VOX recording, except you control
when recording begins and ends. Set VOX to OFF, then press
RECORD
to begin recording. Press STOP/EJECT
to stop
recording, or press PAUSE
in to temporarily stop recording.
USING AN EXTERNAL MICROPHONE
The CTR-116’s built-in microphone works well in most situations, but you can connect an external microphone (not supplied) with a 1/8-inch (3.5-mm) plug to the recorder’s MIC jack.
This automatically disconnects the built-in microphone.
Note: Your local RadioShack store sells a variety of microphones.
Set VOX to HIGH or LOW for VOX recording, or to OFF for manual recording.
If the microphone has an ON/OFF switch for remote control,
connect the microphone to the CTR-116’s REMOTE and MIC
jacks. Then you can start and stop recording with the switch on
the microphone.
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RECORDING FROM EXTERNAL
SOURCES
You can record directly from a tuner, a radio, or a TV that has a
1
/8-inch (3.5-mm) jack. Use a dubbing patch cord (such as Cat.
No. 42-2152) to connect the CTR-116’s MIC jack to the headphone output jack of an external component. Set VOX to OFF,
then proceed with manual recording.
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TAPE TIPS
ERASING A RECORDING
If you want to erase an entire cassette or a portion of a recording, insert the supplied erase plug into the MIC jack. Then set
VOX to OFF and record silence over the previous recording.
PLAY
STOP CT
EJE
T-F
FASCUE
RECORD
IND
REW
REVIEW
PAUSE
MIC
ATT
REC/B
EA
RP
MI
RE
H
C
MO
T
DC
6
MIC
Or, you can quickly erase both sides of a cassette tape using a
bulk tape eraser, available at your local RadioShack store.
PREVENTING ACCIDENTAL ERASURE
Cassettes have two erase-protection tabs — one for each side.
When a side’s tab is in place, you can record on that side.
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To prevent accidental erasure of a tape recording, use a screwdriver to remove one or both of the cassette tape’s eraseprotection tabs. This prevents RECORD from being pressed.
If you later decide to record on a tape side after you have removed its erase-protection tab, place a piece of strong plastic
tape over that side’s erase-protection hole. Be sure you cover
only the hole originally covered by the erase-protection tab.
A
Caution: Removing the erase-protection tabs does not prevent
a bulk tape eraser from erasing a cassette tape.
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RESTORING TAPE TENSION AND
SOUND QUALITY
After you play a cassette tape several times, the tape might become tightly wound on the reels. This can cause playback
sound quality to deteriorate.
To restore the sound quality, fast-forward the tape from the beginning to the end of one side, then completely rewind it. Then
loosen the tape reels by gently tapping each side of the cassette’s outer shell on a flat surface.
Caution: Be careful not to damage the cassette when tapping
it. Do not touch the exposed tape or allow any sharp objects
near the cassette.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
To enjoy your CTR-116 for a long time:
• Keep the CTR-116 dry. If it gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.
• Use and store the CTR-116 only in normal temperature
environments.
• Handle the CTR-116 gently and carefully. Don’t drop it.
• Keep the CTR-116 away from dust and dirt.
• Wipe the CTR-116 with a damp cloth occasionally to keep it
looking new.
Modifying or tampering with the CTR-116’s internal components
can cause a malfunction and invalidate its warranty. If your
CTR-116 is not performing as it should, take it to your local RadioShack store for assistance.
CLEANING THE TAPE-HANDLING
PARTS
Dirt, dust, or particles of the tape’s coating can accumulate on
the tape heads and other parts the tape touches. This can
greatly reduce the performance of the cassette recorder. After
every 20 hours of tape player operation, use a cassette deck
cleaning kit (Cat. No. 44-1202) or follow these steps to clean
the tape-handling parts.
1. Remove the batteries and disconnect any other power
source.
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2. Press STOP/EJECT
door.
to open the cassette compartment
3. Press the protection tab sensor, then press RECORD
The tape head assembly moves out.
.
4. Use a cotton swab dipped in tape head cleaner or denatured alcohol to clean the record/playback head, pinch
roller, tape guides, erase head, and capstan.
Protection
Tab Sensor
Tape Guides
Capstan
AUTOMATIC STOP
MIC
REC/BATT
PAUSE
STOP
EJECT
FAST-F
CUE
REWIND
REVIEW
PLAY
RECORD
Erase Head
Pinch Roller
Record/Playback Head
Cautions:
• Never touch the front surface of the record/playback
head with any metallic object.
• Do not use a tape demagnetizer on this product
because such demagnetizers can impair operation of
the permanent magnet erasing device.
to move the tape head assembly
5. Press STOP/EJECT
back and close the door.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Tape System .............................. 2-track, Monophonic Cassette
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Tape Speed .......................................... 1 /8 ips. (4.75 cm/sec.)
Wow and Flutter ............................................... 0.25% (WRMS)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Rec/Play) ..................................... 44 dB
Erase System ................................................................ Magnet
Record System ............................................................. AC Bias
Tape Type Recommended ......................... Normal Bias Type I
Power Requirement:
DC ..................................... Four AA Batteries (6 volts DC)
or Vehicle’s Cigarette-Lighter Socket
with Cat. No. 273-1802 DC Adapter
AC .............. 120 volts with Cat. No. 273-1454 AC Adapter
Battery Life .................. 23 Hours (Playback)/25 Hours (Record)
1
1
13
Dimensions (HWD) .......................... 4 /16 × 7 /8 × 1 /16 Inches
(102.6 × 181 × 45.5 mm)
Weight (without batteries) ................................................. 12 oz
(340 g)
Included Accessories ........ Earphone, Erase Plug, Carry Strap
Specifications are typical; individual units might vary. Specifications are subject to change and improvement without notice.
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NOTES
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Limited Ninety-Day Warranty
This product is warranted by RadioShack against manufacturing defects in material and
workmanship under normal use for ninety (90) days from the date of purchase from RadioShack company-owned stores and authorized RadioShack franchisees and dealers.
EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES
AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THE WRITTEN LIMITED WARRANTIES CONTAINED HEREIN. EXCEPT AS
PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY TO
CUSTOMER OR ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY WITH RESPECT TO ANY LIABILITY, LOSS OR DAMAGE CAUSED DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY BY USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE PRODUCT OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY DAMAGES RESULTING FROM INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OF TIME, DATA, PROPERTY, REVENUE, OR PROFIT OR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EVEN IF RadioShack
HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow the limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may
not apply to you.
In the event of a product defect during the warranty period, take the product and the RadioShack sales receipt as proof of purchase date to any RadioShack store. RadioShack
will, at its option, unless otherwise provided by law: (a) correct the defect by product repair
without charge for parts and labor; (b) replace the product with one of the same or similar
design; or (c) refund the purchase price. All replaced parts and products, and products on
which a refund is made, become the property of RadioShack. New or reconditioned parts
and products may be used in the performance of warranty service. Repaired or replaced
parts and products are warranted for the remainder of the original warranty period. You will
be charged for repair or replacement of the product made after the expiration of the warranty period.
This warranty does not cover: (a) damage or failure caused by or attributable to acts of
God, abuse, accident, misuse, improper or abnormal usage, failure to follow instructions,
improper installation or maintenance, alteration, lightning or other incidence of excess voltage or current; (b) any repairs other than those provided by a RadioShack Authorized Service Facility; (c) consumables such as fuses or batteries; (d) cosmetic damage; (e)
transportation, shipping or insurance costs; or (f) costs of product removal, installation, setup service adjustment or reinstallation.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary
from state to state.
RadioShack Customer Relations, Dept. W,
100 Throckmorton St., Suite 600, Fort Worth, TX 76102
We Service What We Sell
3/97
RadioShack
A Division of Tandy Corporation
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
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