Model 1886
Multimedia Player/Recorder
User Manual
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Table of Contents
1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
2. PACKAGE CONTENTS
3. PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
4. SETUP AND INSTALLATION
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5. BASIC OPERATION
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4.1 AC OPERATION
4.2 BATTERY OPERATION
4.3 CONNECTING HEADPHONES
5.1 RADIO OPERATION
5.2 CASSETTE OPERATION
5.3 CD OPERATION
5.4 PLAYING FROM USB / SD STORAGE MEDIA
5.5 MISC FUNCTIONS
5.6 ENCODE (RECORD) MODE
6. TROUBLESHOOTING
7. SPECIFICATIONS & FEATURES
8. WARRANTY
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Model 1886 Multimedia
Player/Recorder
Thank you for purchasing the Califone® Model 1886 Multimedia
Player/Recorder
We encourage you to visit our website www.califone.com to register your
product for its warranty coverage, to sign up to receive our
newsletter, download our catalog, and learn more about the complete
line of Califone® audio visual products, including portable and installed
wireless PA systems, multimedia players and recorders, headphones
and headsets, computer peripheral equipment, visual presentation
products and language learning materials.
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1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Before using this product, read the instruction manual for important safety
information. Please retain this manual for future reference and warranty
information.
Troubleshooting & Servicing
Do not attempt to service or repair the device yourself. Refer all servicing
to qualified service personnel. Do not attempt to modify the device in any
way. Doing so could invalidate your warranty.
Moisture and heat sources
Do not use this apparatus near water (for example, sinks, baths, pools) or
expose it to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing liquids. Do not expose
the unit to high temperatures, high humidity or direct sunlight.
Cleaning
When cleaning the device, please use a soft, dry cloth. Never use
benzene, paint-thinner, or other chemicals on the device.
Location
Place the device in stable location, so it will not fall causing damage to
the device or bodily harm.
Intended use
The product may only be used with the original parts intended for it. The
product may only be used in closed and dry rooms. The intended use
includes adherence to the specified installation instructions. The
manufacturer accepts no liability for damage arising due to improper use.
WARNING: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
IMPORTANT
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device
must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
The unit’s circuitry may cause interference to nearby radios. To prevent
interference, either switch the unit off or move away from the affected
radio.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply within the
limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on,
the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for
help.
NOTE: Shielded cables may be required to be used with this unit to ensure compliance with the Class B FCC limits.
SAFETY CERTIFICATION
This device is made and tested to meet safety standards of the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services, and also with FDA Radiation
Performance Standards 21 CFR Subchapter J.
INVISIBLE LASER
RADIATION WHEN
OPEN AND INTERLOCK
FAILED OR DEFEATED.
AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO LASER BEAM.
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LASER SAFETY
This unit employs an optical laser beam system in the CD mechanism,
designed with built-in safeguards. Do not attempt to disassemble; refer to
qualified service personnel. Exposure to this invisible laser light beam may be
harmful to the human eye.
THIS IS A CLASS-1 LASER PRODUCT. USE OF CONTROLS, OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN,
MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS LASER LIGHT BEAM EXPOSURE.
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2. PACKAGE CONTENTS
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1886 Multimedia Player/Recorder with external power adapter (attached)
User Manual
3. PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
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1. Function Selector Switch
2. Condenser Microphone
3. Headphone Jack
4. CD Compartment
5. CD Door Open Button
6. FM Antenna
7. Tuning Dial Scale
8. Band Switch
9. Tuning Control
10. CD DN/REW Button
11. Volume Control
12. Folder+ Button
13. Prog/Repeat Button
14. CD Stop Button
15. CD Play / Pause Button
16. CD Up/F.F. Button
17. CD/USB/SD Button
18. Pause Button
19. Stop / Eject Button
20. Fast Forward Button
21. Rewind Button
22. Play Button
23. Record Button
24. Cassette Compartment
25. CD Display
26. Left Speaker
27. Right Speaker
28. USB Connector
29. SD/MMC Card Slot
30. Encode Button
4. SETUP AND INSTALLATION
4.1 AC OPERATION
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1. Ensure the unit is off. To turn off the unit, slide the FUNCTION
SELECTOR SWITCH to the "OFF" position.
2. Before operation please be sure that the voltage on the power
adapter corresponds to the AC voltage of your local area. Unravel
the AC Line Cord, insert one end into the AC jack on the set, and the
other end into a standard AC outlet.
4.2 BATTERY OPERATION
1. Ensure the unit is off. To turn off the unit, slide the FUNCTION
SELECTOR SWITCH to the "OFF" position.
2. IMPORTANT: Disconnect the power adapter from the AC main
power.
3. Open the BATTERY COMPARTMENT DOOR and insert C (UM-2)
size x 8 batteries (not included) making sure that the indicated
battery polarity is observed.
4.3 CONNECTING HEADPHONES
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AC OPERATION
Before operation please be sure that the VOLTAGE on the set corresponds
to the VOLTAGE of your local area. Unravel the AC Line Cord, insert one end
into the AC jack on the set, and the other end into a standard AC outlet.
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BATTERY OPERATION
Disconnect the AC Cord Set completely. Open the
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BATTERY COMPARTMENT DOOR and insert UM-2
1. Decrease the volume to minimum.
2. Connect the headphones to the PHONE jack.
3. Increase the volume to the desired listening level.
CAUTION: Avoid excessive volume for long periods of time as this can
result in hearing damage.
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5. BASIC OPERATION
5.1 RADIO OPERATION
1. Slide the FUNCTION SELECTOR SWITCH to the RADIO
position.
2. Slide the BAND switch to the desired waveband. Turn the
TUNING KNOB to your desired radio station.
3. Adjust the sound level by rotating the VOLUME CONTROL
KNOB.
4. To turn off the radio, slide the FUNCTION SELECTOR SWITCH
to OFF position.
5. For Stereo FM reception, slide the BAND Switch to the FM
position. The FM STEREO indicator will light when listening to a
strong station that is broadcasting in stereo.
NOTES:
• For FM, pull out the telescopic antenna. To improve FM reception
extend and reposition the antenna, reduce its length if the FM-signal
is too strong (very close to a transmitter).
• For AM, SW1 & SW2, the set is provided with a built-in aerial, so
there is no need to use the telescopic aerial, the aerial can be
directed by turning the whole set.
5.2 CASSETTE OPERATION
1. Press the STOP/EJECT button to open the cassette door.
2. Insert a cassette tape into the CASSETTE COMPARTMENT and
push the cassette door to close.
3. Slide the FUNCTION SELECTOR SWITCH to TAPE position.
4. Press the PLAY button. Adjust the VOLUME CONTROL KNOB
to your desired listening level.
5. To stop the tape, press the STOP/EJECT button.
FAST FORWARD AND REWIND
• The tape can be fast FORWARDED or REWOUND by pressing the
FAST FORWARD button or REWIND button respectively.
PAUSE FUNCTION
• During playback or recording, the tape can be stopped temporarily
by pressing the PAUSE button. To continue playback or recording,
press the PAUSE button once again.
AUTO STOP SYSTEM
• When the tape runs to its end during playback or recording, the
cassette operation will be stopped automatically.
CAUTION: To avoid damage to the cassette mechanism or to the
cassette tapes, always press the STOP/EJECT button between each
operation.
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HANDLING CASSETTE TAPES
• If the tape is loose in its cassette, take up the slack by inserting a
pencil in one of the reels and rotating if the tape is loose it may get
stretched, cut, or caught in the cassette.
• Do not touch the tape surface.
• To prevent recording from being erased accidentally, remove the
tab(s) A and B.
• To record after the tabs have been broken off reseal the slots A and
B with a piece of adhesive tape.
CASSETTE DECK MAINTENANCE
The heads, capstan and pinch roller should be cleaned from time to time
to prevent buildup of tape oxide, which degrades performance. We
recommend cleaning after every 20-30 hours of operation.
1. Press the Stop/Eject key to open the deck door.
2. Remove cassette tape before cleaning.
3. Clean the head of all visible, reddish-brown oxide with a cottontipped swab moistened with a methyl alcohol or any solution specifically manufactured for this purpose.
CAUTION: DO NOT scrape the head surface with hard, sharp or abrasive objects. This will permanently damage the heads.
4. Clean the pinch roller by scrubbing the surface of the roller with the
moistened swab. Rotate the roller by hand until the entire surface is
clean.
5. Clean external case surfaces with a moist, soft cloth. Use only a mild
detergent water solution.
HEAD DEMAGNETIZATION
It is recommended that the tape heads be demagnetized from time to
time. This eliminates residual magnetism which degrades sound
reproduction and the recording function.
1. After cleaning the heads and capstan, place the demagnetizer several feet away from the cassette unit and plug it into an AC outlet.
2. Follow the manufacturer’s operating instructions supplied with the
demagnetizer.
RECORDING FROM THE RADIO TO CASSETTE DECK
1. Tune to a desired radio program as described in the "RADIO
OPERATION" section.
2. Insert a blank cassette tape into the CASSETTE COMPARTMENT.
3. Press the PAUSE button.
4. Press the RECORD button. The PLAY button is engaged
simultaneously to start recording. With the built-in Automatic Level
Control (ALC), the best recording quality is automatically adjusted.
Changing the volume level will not affect the recording.
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5. To activate recording, release the PAUSE button.
6. To stop recording temporarily, press the PAUSE button. To continue
the recording, press the PAUSE button once again.
7. Press the STOP/EJECT button to stop recording.
8. When the tape runs to its end, the cassette operation will be stopped
automatically.
RECORDING FROM THE BUILT-IN CONDENSER MICROPHONE TO
CASSETTE DECK
1. Set the FUNCTION SELECTOR SWITCH to the TAPE position.
2. Open the CASSETTE COMPARTMENT by pressing the STOP/
EJECT button and insert a blank tape into the CASSETTE
COMPARTMENT. Close the door gently.
3. Press the RECORD button and PLAY button simultaneously to start
the recording process. This process will record the signals that are
received by the built-in CONDENSER MICROPHONE.
4. Press the STOP/EJECT button when finished.
NOTE: Monitoring during MICROPHONE recording is not possible.
5.3 CD OPERATION
HANDLING COMPACT DISCS
This unit is designed to play only compact discs bearing the identification
logo below.
Other discs may not conform to the CD standard and may not play
properly.
• Dirty, scratched or warped discs
may cause skipping or noise.
• Handle the disc only by the edges. To
keep clean, do not touch its surface.
• Discs should be stored in their
cases after use to avoid serious scratches.
• Do not expose disc to direct
sunlight, high humidity, high
temperature, dust, etc.
Prolonged exposure to extreme
temperatures can warp the disc.
• Do not stick or write anything on either
side of disc. Sharp writing instruments or
the inks used in some felt tip pens may
damage its surface
Remove the disc
• To pick up the disc, hold the edge and
gently press the center pivot
as illustrated.
CAUTION: Wait for the disc to stop rotating before
pressing the OPEN button.
NOTE: This unit can play 3” (8 cm) single CDs
without an adapter. Do not use a CD single adapter for these discs.
INSERT WITH
THE LABEL
FACING UP.
PRESS THE CLAWS
AT THE CENTER OF
THE DISC CASE.
PRESS THE
DISC GENTLY
TO INSERT IT.
LIFT OUT WITHOUT
TOUCHING THE
RECORDED SURFACE.
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RECORDING FROM THE CD PLAYER TO CASSETTE DECK
1. Slide the FUNCTION SELECTOR SWITCH to "CD" position.
2. Put a CD into the CD COMPARTMENT with the label side upward.
3. Insert a blank cassette into the CASSETTE COMPARTMENT and
press PAUSE button of the cassette deck.
4. Press RECORD button and PLAY button simultaneously for
recording stand-by. With the built-in ALC, the best recording quality is
adjusted automatically.
5. Activate the CD players, playing in a desired TRACK as described
in the COMPACT DISC PLATER OPERATION section. Release the
PAUSE button of the cassette deck to start recording.
6. To stop recording temporarily, press the PAUSE button. To continue
recording, press the PAUSE button again.
7. Press STOP/EJECT button of the cassette deck to stop
recording. Then stop CD playback by pressing the STOP button of
the CD player.
INCORRECT
FROM THE CENTER TO THE EDGE
CLEANING DISCS
Finger prints should be carefully wiped from the surface of disc with a soft
cloth. Unlike conventional records, compact discs
have no grooves to collect dust and microscopic
debris, so gently wiping them with a soft cloth
should remove most particles. Wipe in a straight
motion from the center to the edge. Never use
thinner, benzine, record cleaner or anti-static
spray on a compact disc. Such chemicals can
damage its plastic surface.
NOTE: Should skipping of tracks occur during CD playback, try turning
the volume down. When CD is playing, do not open the CD Door.
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PLAYING COMPACT DISCS
1. Select FUNCTION SELECTOR SWITCH to MODE.
2. Press the CD door open button to open the CD DOOR. Put a CD into
the CD COMPARTMENT and close the CD DOOR.
3. When the CD DOOR is closed, the disc will automatically begin
playback.
4. If the CD DOOR is not closed or there is no disc inside, the DISPLAY
will show "OPN" or "NOd".
NOTE: This unit can read CD-RW discs, however not all types of CD-RW
discs are compatible.
PLAYING COMPACT DISCS WITH MP3/WMA FILES
1. Select FUNCTION SELECTOR SWITCH to MODE.
2. Press the CD door open button to open the CD DOOR. Put an MP3
disc into the CD COMPARTMENT and close the CD DOOR.
3. When the CD DOOR is closed, the disc will automatically begin
playback.
4. Use the REW and F.F. buttons to skip between tracks. If some files
are within folders on the disc, use the FOLDER+ button to enter each
folder and play the files.
5. If the CD DOOR is not closed or there is no disc inside, the DISPLAY
will show "OPN" or "NOd".
NOTE: This unit can read and play compact discs with MP3 and WMA
files on them, however not all such discs and filetypes are compatible.
5.4 PLAYING FROM USB / SD STORAGE MEDIA
To play files from USB/SD storage media, follow these steps:
1. Slide the FUNCTION SELECTOR SWITCH to the MODE position.
2. Remove the rubber cover of the USB Connector
3. Before connecting the USB/SD media to the unit, make sure the port
is in the correct direction and will connect. Then connect the USB
Storage Media or SD card.
4. Press CD/USB/SD button to switch function between operation of the
CD, USB, and SD card. The LCD will indicate with text and an icon,
which mode it is in.
5. The system will automatically start playing the files on the USB / SD
card.
6. Use the REW and F.F. buttons to skip between tracks. If some files
are within folders on the disc, use the FOLDER+ button to enter each
folder and play the files. The folder number will flash for 3 seconds.
NOTES:
• It is not possible to operate the USB/SD functions when the CD door
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is open. Make sure the CD door is closed during USB/SD Playback.
This system is able to playback most MP3 and WMA format files
stored on the memory media with a USB connector and SD Card.
This includes the Califone® 8100 MP3 Player/Recorder using a
standard USB cable and iPod® devices using appropriate iPod® dock
connector to USB connector.
• When the PLAY/PAUSE button is pressed while playback is stopped,
the first track will be played. The LCD DISPLAY will show the specific
number of track being played.
CAUTION: Improperly connecting the USB Storage Media or SD/MMC
Card upside down could damage the unit or the USB Storage Media or
SD/MMC Card.
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5.5 MISC FUNCTIONS
SKIP AND SEARCH MODE
• During Play or Pause mode, press the UP/F.F. or DN/REW button
once to go to next track or previous track.
• During Play or Pause mode, press and hold the UP/F.F. or DN/REW
button to search within a track and the elapsed time will be shown on
the Display.
• Release the UP/F.F. or DN/REW button once the desired time is
reached.
PROGRAM MODE
1. First, press the STOP button to ensure that playback is stopped.
Note that it is not possible to program while the CD/USB/SD are
playing.
2. Press the PROG button, the display will show "P01" and "000" in
flashing. “P01” for the program location, and “000” for your desired
songs.
3. Then press UP/F.F. or DN/REW. button to search for the track to be
stored.
4. Press the PROG button to store the track.
5. Continue entering tracks in this way until all the desired tracks are
stored (up to a limit of 20 tracks).
6. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button once to start playing the first
programmed track.
7. During the playback of Programmed tracks, the PROG Indicator on
the LCD display will remain lighted.
8. To clear/stop programmed play, press the STOP button.
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REPEAT MODE
REPEAT SINGLE TRACK
• To continually repeat playback of a single track, first play the track.
• During playback, press the REPEAT button once.
• The “REP” indicator will light on the LCD display.
REPEAT ALL TRACKS IN FOLDER
• To continually repeat playback of all tracks in a folder on the storage
media, first start playback of the first track in the folder.
• During playback, press the REPEAT button twice.
• The “REP” and “FOLDER” indicators will light on the LCD display.
REPEAT ALL TRACKS
• To continually repeat playback of all tracks on the storage media, first
start playback of the first track.
• During playback, press the REPEAT button three times.
• The “REP” and “ALL” indicators will light on the LCD display.
• To cancel Repeat ALL tracks within FOLDER, press REPEAT button
once more and the REP ALL indicator will go off.
5.6 ENCODE (RECORD) MODE
NOTES:
• It is not possible to encode or record during STOP mode or while no
storage media (USB or SD/MMC) is connected to the unit.
• If using USB Storage Media, make sure it’s powered on and NOT in
“HOLD”/”LOCKED” mode. If using an SD/MMC card, make sure the
write protect tab is NOT in the LOCK position.
ENCODING (FOR CD PLAYBACK)
1. Select and play the CD song.
2. When the song is being played, press and hold the ENCODE button
till the display shows “ENC”. (It will take about 3 seconds)
3. To successfully copy the whole song to the storage media, do not
press any buttons on the unit until copying is completed.
4. To manually stop the copying process, press the STOP button. If the
STOP button is pressed during the Encode (Record) process, the
song being Encoded (Recorded) to the Storage Media will also stop
at the same time.
5. NOTE: The song will play through the speakers while it is being copied to the storage media.
6. The songs copied onto the storage media will be stored inside a
folder “MP3“ or “CDROM” (depending on the type of CD) and the
songs will be named “TRACK01”, “TRACK02”, etc.
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COPYING FILES FROM USB/SD STORAGE MEDIA
1. Select and Play the desired song on the USB or SD card.
2. When the song is being played, press and hold the ENCODE button
until the display shows “ENC”. (It will take about 3 seconds)
3. To successfully copy to the Storage Media, do not interfere the unit
until copying is completed. To stop the copying process, press the
STOP button.
6. TROUBLESHOOTING
Freezing / Problem occur during unit
operation.
Should the unit Freeze or exhibit problem
during operation, turn off the unit and
disconnect the power supply and then
restart.
CD-RW disc does not play.
This unit can read CD-RW discs, however not all types of CD-RW discs are
compatible. Thus the full
playability with all CD-RW disc is not
guaranteed.
No Playback via USB Flash Player / USB
/ SD Card.
Due to the variance in the use of USB
Flash Players software and capacity of
the USB / SD Card, not all USB MP3
Players / USB / SD Card are compatible
in the unit.
Problem occur during playback of songs
via USB / SD Card.
Due to the variance in MP3 or WMA
transferring, some files may not be
supported.
Not able to Encode (Record) to USB /
SD Card
Should the memory in the USB / SD card
reach capacity, use a computer to access
and delete files to make enough free
space.
Make sure the write protect tab of SD
Card is NOT in LOCK position.
Make sure the USB Storage Media is
powered on and NOT in “HOLD” mode.
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7. SPECIFICATIONS & FEATURES
Radio Frequency Range
AM:
FM:
Power requirements
8 “C” size alkaline batteries OR 110240VAC -> 12VDC power adapter
(attached)
No. of Channels
2 Channels (Stereo)
Output Power
1.8 W x 2
CD Compatibility
CD / MP3/WMA-CD / CD-R / CD-RW
Digital Audio File Compatibility
MP3, WMA
Compatible USB/SD Card Capacities
16MB / 32MB / 64MB / 128MB / 256MB /
512MB / 1GB / 2GB
Encoding (Recording) format (CD to USB /
SD)
128 kbps MP3 format
Product Dimensions
13” x 10” x 5.5”
Product Weight (incl. accessories)
4.5 lbs
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530 - 1600 kHz
88 - 108 MHz
8. WARRANTY
Califone warrants this product to be free from defective material and
workmanship for one year from the purchase date. Our “Project Intercept” Customer Satisfaction program will replace defective parts and
repair malfunctioning equipment under this warranty when the defect
occurs under normal use.
All Damage Claims Must Be Made With the Freight Carrier
Notify the freight carrier immediately if you observe any damage to the
shipping carton or product. Repack the unit in the carton and await
inspection by the carrier’s claim agent. Notify your dealer of the pending
freight claim.
Returning Your Unit for Service or Repairs
Should your unit require service, contact our Customer Service Department online at califone.com/techsupport or via email warranty@califone.
com or by phone at 800-722-0500 / 818-407-2400 to first obtain an RA
(Return Authorization) number before returning it to Califone. The unit
must be returned to our factory via prepaid transportation only after the
factory issues an RA number, which must be clearly written on the outside of the box.
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Califone® International, Inc.
1145 Arroyo Avenue, #A
San Fernando, CA 91340 USA
Toll Free 800.722.0500 | Toll Free Fax 877.402.2248
International Customers call 818.407.2400 or Fax 818.407.2405
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