273 Branchport Avenue
Long Branch, N.J. 07740
(732) 222-6880
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
MODEL PAMX-125
PAGING AMPLIFIER
GENERAL:
The PAMX-125 combines an eight channel mixer with a 125 Watt RMS amplifier in a single unit. The PAMX-125 amplifier offers a choice of ten different
inputs: five low impedance microphone inputs, one telephone paging input, three high impedance auxiliary inputs and one PATCH IN input. The
PAMX-125 allows eight of these inputs to be used simultaneously: four microphone inputs, a choice of a telephone paging input or a fifth microphone
input, and three auxiliary inputs.
The front panel of the amplifier features individual input level controls; as well as, MASTER gain and TREBLE / BASS controls, LO CUT horn protect
switch, LIMITER (ALC) ON/OFF switch, power ON indicator, INPUT PEAK indicator for the eight input channels and an OUTPUT PEAK indicator.
A built-in LIMITER circuit compensates for the varying voice levels and paging styles of the people who have access to telephone paging or a
microphone input. The LIMITER maintains rated output without distortion when input level exceeds rated input by as much a 20dB. The LIMITER circuit
affects only the MIC and TEL inputs.
Note that (AUX 1) auxiliary input (i.e., background music, tone generator, etc.) will automatically be soft muted whenever a telephone page or a
microphone page is generated. After completion of the page, the music will return to its original level.
On the rear panel there is a power ON/OFF switch with a switched auxiliary AC receptacle, as well as a MIC 5/TEL select switch and a PRE/POST EQ
select switch for the LINE OUT (See Figure 7). All inputs and outputs are connected at rear panel. Screw terminals are used for the Microphone and
Telephone Inputs. Phono jacks are used for Auxiliary Inputs, LINE OUT, TAPE OUT, PATCH OUT and PATCH IN. The audio power output is
connected via screw terminals (See Figure 8).
The amplifier operates from 115VAC, 60Hz and has a power consumption of 175 Watts. There is no external fuse or circuit breaker. IN THE EVENT
THE AMPLIFIER DOES NOT POWER UP, HAVE THE TROUBLE INVESTIGATED BY AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE TECHNICIAN OR RETURN UNIT
TO FACTORY.
NOTE: READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH ANY OF THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS, CAUTIONS AND
WARNINGS COULD RESULT IN RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, IMPROPER APPLICATION OR INSTALLATION.
NOTE: All CAUTIONS and WARNINGS are identified by the symbol
. All warnings are printed in bold capital letters.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
1.
UNPACKING:
The amplifier was carefully checked before leaving the factory. Inspect shipping container and unit carefully for indication of improper handling. If
the unit has been damaged, make an immediate claim to the carrier.
2.
MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS:
The mixer is provided with five mounting feet for placement on a shelf. An optional Rack Mount Kit (PA-RMK) is available for mounting in standard
EIA 19” racks. Refer to PA-RMK installation instructions (P83258) for mounting.
CAUTION: These devices are not intended for use in hazardous locations as defined by the National Electrical Code (NEC).
3.
POWER AND GROUNDING (SEE FIGURE 1):
The 115VAC line cord has a three-prong plug which should be plugged into a three wire grounded electric outlet. It is very important to maintain
the amplifier ground for safe and trouble-free operation. If there is no grounded electric outlet, connect a wire from the GND terminal on the
OUTPUT terminal strip to a water or steam pipe.
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Copyright 1996 Wheelock, Inc. All rights reserved.
4.
POWER SWITCH AND RECEPTACLE (SEE FIGURE 1):
The ON/OFF power switch located on the rear panel controls both the internal power of the amplifier and the accessory IEC female outlet.
Note: The accessory to be attached and controlled by the ON/OFF switch must not exceed 3 Amps at 115VAC.
Figure 1: Power Connections
5.
SPECIFICATIONS:
Table:
Description
1. Power Output
at 1KHz
2. Total Harmonic
Distortion
3. Outputs
Inputs
4. Impedance
5. Sensitivity
6. Frequency
Response
7. Signal to Noise
Ratio
8. Type of Input
9. Controls
10.
Indicators
11a. Treble Control
11b. Bass Control
12. Lo-Cut Switch
Automatic
13. Limiter
for Paging
Automatic
14. Mute
Operation
Outputs from
15. Mixer
16.
17.
Input to Power
Amplifier
Regulation
18.
RFI Protection
19.
Environmental
20.
Input Power
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
Consumption
Weight
Dimensions
FCC
UL
CSA (Pending)
1
PAMX-125
Tolerance
125 Watts RMS
±1dB
1% at Full Rated Output at 1KHz
125 Watts at
8 Ohms, 25V, 70.7V, 100V
(1) Telephone
(4) MIC
(3) AUX
600 Ohms
600 Ohms
47K Ohms
(-18dBM)
100mV
4mV
175mV
150Hz-15KHz
50Hz-20KHz
50Hz-20KHz
±1%
±1dB
-----N/A
TEL ± 2dB
MIC ± 1.0mV
AUX ± 20%
± 2dB
65dB
Transformer
Isolated/Bal.
65dB
70dB
- 3dB
Balanced or
Unbalanced
Unbalanced
-----Level Control: (1) TEL/MICS (4) MIC (3) AUX
BASS, TREBLE, MASTER GAIN
LIMITER Select Switch, LO-CUT Switch
TEL/MIC 5 Select, PRE/POST EQ for LINE OUT
Green LED - Power On
Input Peak Indicator, Output Peak Indicator
-12dB to +12dB at 10KHz
± 3dB
+12dB to -12dB at 100Hz
± 3dB
-6dB at 250Hz
± 2dB
± 2dB Output Level Maintained Without
Clipping, Even While Exceeding
± 1dB
Rated Input Level Up to 20dB.
40dB Muting of AUX 1 Output Level
with Nominal Page Input
LINE OUT:
≥ 1V at RL = 150 Ohms
PATCH OUT: ≥ 1V at RL = 150 Ohms
TAPE OUT:
-10dB from PATCH OUT
≥ 1V,
into 10k Ohms Isolated ≥ 1500V
No Load to Full Output
Less than 2dB
RFI Test: Use CB Transmitter Output
in Same Room - Minimum 20 Ft. from
Amplifier - No Pickup.
0 Degrees C-49 Degrees C
85% R.H.
Noncondensing
90V-132VAC
50/60Hz
175 Watts Max
18.5 lbs.
3.5"(H)
17"(W)
14"(D)
Part 15
813
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 1-M-90
-----± 20%
Comments
90-132VAC
50Hz/60Hz
Rated Output
8 Ohms
Do Not Operate at
NO LOAD
-----at 1KHz
To Produce
Rated
Output
Ref. 1KHz at 1W
-3dB Roll-Off
No "Hum"
-----Front
Panel
Front Panel
Rear Panel
Front
Panel
Ref. 1KHz at 1W
Ref. 1KHz at 1W
----------Mute of Music
Output While Page
is Activated
LINE OUT Selectable
PRE/POST-EQ
PATCH OUT = PRE-EQ
Input from Mixer
to Amplifier
------
Gain Control On
Input
Amp
Stability
------
------
-----Power Factor
Corrected
-------------------------------
--------------------Rack Mount 19"(W)
----------------
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6.
TELEPHONE PAGING INPUT (SEE FIGURE 2):
Connect telephone paging interface wires to the input screw terminals marked TIP (+) and RING (-). Set MIC 5/TEL switch (rear panel) to TEL
position. For Tip and Ring connections to various types of telephone paging access, see Figures 6A, B & C. For Tip and Ring connections to
Wheelock Zone Controls, refer to the specific zone control installation instructions.
7.
MICROPHONE INPUTS (SEE FIGURE 2):
(A)Connect balanced low-impedance microphone wires to the input screw terminals marked (+) and (-). The shield must be connected
the GND screw terminal.
to
(B)
An unbalanced microphone may be connected to the same screw terminals; the signal to (+) and the shield to (-). The (-) input
terminal must be connected to the adjacent screw terminal marked GND. Install a jumper wire between the unused screw terminal
the GND screw terminal.
and
Note: To avoid possible interference, the microphone input cable should be a shielded cable, with the shield connected to the input GND terminal.
Figure 2: Input Connections
8.
AUXILIARY INPUTS (SEE FIGURE 2):
To connect an FM tuner, CD player, tape player, tone generator, or any other line level program source to AUX 1, 2 or 3 input jack on the rear
panel, use a single conductor shielded cable terminated in a standard RCA type phono plug. Note that AUX 1 is automatically soft muted by any
active MIC or TEL input. Neither AUX 2 nor AUX 3 is muted by paging inputs. The LIMITER circuit does not affect any of the AUX inputs.
9.
LINE OUT (SEE FIGURE 2):
The LINE OUT is the mixed audio signal which can be selected either before the TREBLE/BASS controls (PRE-EQ), or after TREBLE/BASS
controls (POST-EQ). The LINE OUT (PRE-EQ/POST-EQ) select is on the rear of the unit adjacent to the LINE OUT phono jack. The LINE OUT
signal is pre-master and is unaffected by changes in the MASTER gain control.
10.
PATCH OUT - PATCH IN AND TAPE OUT (SEE FIGURE 2):
The PATCH OUT signal is the mixed audio signal before the TREBLE/BASS and MASTER gain controls to the amplifier. The TAPE OUT signal is
the same as the PATCH OUT but reduced 10dB for line matching to various recording formats. The PATCH OUT signal is available for external
audio processing, for example, an outboard graphic equalizer. If external audio processing is used, the resultant signal is to be returned to the
amplifier at PATCH IN. The insertion of a phono plug at PATCH IN will replace the internal mixed audio signal with an external audio signal. The
insertion of an RCA phono plug into the PATCH OUT will also disconnect the mixed audio signal from the tone and gain controls, requiring the
external processed audio to be applied at PATCH IN. When using external audio processing, the TREBLE/BASS controls should be set to the
center or balanced position.
Note: The insertion of a phono plug in either the PATCH OUT or PATCH IN phono jack will disconnect the internal mixed audio from the TREBLE/BASS
and the MASTER gain controls.
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OUTPUT CONNECTIONS (SEE FIGURE 3):
11.
AUDIO OUT:
Connect (2) output wires from the speaker load, to the COM screw terminal and the selected constant voltage terminal, (i.e. 25V, 70.7V or 100V).
The constant voltage distribution method facilitates the use of multiple speakers in parallel with a single amplifier. Note that each speaker must
have its own 25V, 70.7V or 100V line-matching transformer. Select the wattage tap on the line matching transformer of each speaker, for the
power (gain) desired. An 8 Ohm speaker load may be connected to the COM and the 8 Ohm terminals. The audio output is available at the rated
output of 125 Watt for an 8 Ohm load, for a 25V, 70.7V or 100V. The GND and COM terminals of the AUDIO OUT terminal block are chassis
ground. The shield of audio output shielded cable should be terminated to this GND (if applicable).
Note: The wattage rating of the speaker loads should not exceed total power rating of the amplifier. The following Table 2 below will provide the
appropriate line loss that should be calculated on to those expected speaker loads.
CAUTION: Do not operate amplifier without a proper load attached to audio out terminals.
CAUTION: Do not connect / dissconnect wiring or cabling with power applied.
12.
AWG
Size
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
PROPER WIRE SIZE/LENGTH:
To minimize power loss in the system cabling, use a wire gauge suitable for the power being distributed and the length of cable. Use the following
table as a guide.
Max
Power
AWG
Per NEC
Per NEC
1,060W
420W
210W
70W
35W
Table 2: 2 Wire Copper Cable Lengths for Speaker Lines at 0.5dB Loss in SPL
(12.5% Power Loss in Watts)
Low Impedance
70 Volt Speaker Line
Speaker Line
Nominal Power in the Load Length in Feet
8 Ohms
10W
15W
20W
40W
60W
100W
125W
200W
240
15,000
9,900
7,500
3,750
2,500
1,500
1,180
730
150
9,100
6,200
4,680
2,340
1,560
940
730
460
95
5,600
3,800
2,880
1,440
960
600
450
280
60
3,600
2,400
1,870
930
620
370
290
180
40
2,300
1,500
1,150
570
380
230
180
110
25
1,400
960
730
360
240
---------15
900
600
460
----------------
AWG
Size
250W
590
370
220
140
----------
400W
370
230
140
90
----------
500W
290
180
110
-------------
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
Notes:
1) For 25V line divide all 70.7V lengths by 8. 2) For 100V line multiply all 70.7V lengths by 2.0. 3) To allow for future expansion and distribution cable
line loss, it is recommended that the total system wattage should not exceed 85% of the amplifier’s rated output. (i.e. 106 watts for the PAMX-125). 4)
The total system wattage requirement is the summation of the wattage tap selections of all system speakers and horns. 5) In no case should the
wattage rating of the speaker loads exceed the total power rating of the amplifier.
Figure 3: Output Connections
WARNING: THE COVER FOR THE 100V AUDIO OUTPUT TERMINAL MUST BE ATTACHED AT ALL TIMES. THE POWER CORD MUST BE
DISCONNECTED BEFORE CONNECTING TO THE 100V TERMINAL. THE COVER MAY BE REMOVED TO CONNECT A WIRE TO THE
TERMINAL, BUT IT MUST BE REATTACHED AFTER CONNECTING THE WIRE(S). FAILURE TO MAINTAIN THE TERMINAL COVER IN PLACE
COULD EXPOSE YOU AND/OR OTHERS TO ELECTRICAL SHOCK WHICH COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY AND/OR DEATH.
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13.
CASCADING AMPLIFIERS (SEE FIGURE 4):
The LINE OUT of the PAMX-125 amplifier, which is the resultant mixed audio signal of the eight input channels, can be used as an AUX or PATCH
IN input to another PAMX-125, a program source for professional level recording formats, or as a LINE IN input to a PA-250 or PA-500 to expand
existing systems or, to distribute large speaker loads.
Note: Use shielded cable for all interconnections.
Note: The LINE OUT signal can be selected to be output prior to, or after, the TREBLE/BASS controls, (PRE/POST EQ).
Figure 4: Cascading Amplifiers
14.
TO CONNECT A TAPE RECORDER (SEE FIGURE 5):
A tape recorder can be connected to record live programs (microphone inputs), or all of the amplifiers activities (all inputs). A separate phono jack
is available for TAPE OUT. The TAPE OUT signal is the same as the PATCH OUT signal but reduced in level by 10dB. Both the PATCH OUT
and the TAPE OUT signals are the mixed audio signal prior to the TREBLE/BASS and MASTER gain controls.
Figure 5: Connecting a Tape Recorder
CAUTION: Do not block air flow. Do not stack. Do not operate vertically. When rack mounting, it is necessary to have a minimum of 1.75 above and
1.75 below unit to allow for adequate air flow. Failure to do so could result in excessive heat which could damage the amplifier.
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15.
TELEPHONE PAGING ACCESS CONNECTIONS:
Figure 6A: Audio Page Port
Figure 6B: Analog Station Extension Port
Note: Maximum primary DC current not to exceed 10mA for telephone input.
Refer to Wheelock’s TPI-100 installation instructions (P82030) for internal control settings and adjustments.
Figure 6C: Unused Co Line/Trunk Port or Stand Alone Telephone
Note: Maximum primary DC current not to exceed 10mA for telephone input.
CAUTION: Connect only to PBX or KSU incorporating isolation from public telephone network.
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OPERATION:
WARNING: DO NOT OPEN COVER! NO USER SERVICEABLE INTERNAL COMPONENTS! REFER TO QUALIFIED SERVICE TECHNICIAN. IF
UNIT IS OPENED, WARRANTY IS VOIDED.
Figure 7: PAMX-125 Front Panel
16.
POWER INDICATOR:
Green LED indicator illuminates when AC power is applied to the amplifier.
17.
MASTER GAIN CONTROL:
Adjusts the total output level of the amplifier without disturbing the individual settings of the microphone, telephone and auxiliary input LEVEL
controls (set at factory in minimum position).
18.
OUTPUT PEAK INDICATOR:
The indicators, as the amplifier output is increased, illuminates within 2dB of full rated output.
19.
MIC 1 THROUGH MIC 4, TEL/MIC 5, AND AUX 1 THROUGH AUX 3 LEVEL CONTROLS:
Adjusts the input level of each audio channel. If the level of any individual audio channel or the level of any combination of audio channels mixed,
would exceed the rated output of the Mixer with Mixer set at Max, the INPUT PEAK indicator will illuminate. When the INPUT PEAK indicator
illuminates, the Mixer is approaching clipping of the audio signal.
20.
INPUT PEAK INDICATOR:
The INPUT PEAK indicator will illuminate as the input of any of the eight audio channels approach clipping. If any of the paging inputs approaches
clipping, activate the LIMITER to allow paging inputs up to 20dB overdrive.
21.
TREBLE AND BASS CONTROLS:
Adjusts TREBLE and BASS for optimum tonal balance of the output signal. The amplifier frequency response is flat with the knob indicators
pointing straight up (centered).
22.
LIMITER OFF/ON SWITCH:
LIMITER switch in the ON position prevents clipping of the paging audio inputs when the paging inputs exceed the rated input by as much as
20dB. The LIMITER circuit does not affect any of the AUX inputs.
23.
LO CUT (HORN PROTECT) SWITCH:
Turn the switch ON whenever horns are used in the system. When LO-CUT is active, the low frequency cut-off is 6dB down at 250Hz. This will
protect the horn voice coils from damage by filtering out excessive bass energy which can cause damage to horn drivers at high power settings.
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Figure 8: PAMX-125 Rear Panel
24.
POWER ON/OFF SWITCH AND RECEPTACLE:
The amplifier is designed to operate from a line voltage of 115VAC at 50/60Hz. The IEC 320 receptacle has a male input to connect a grounded
line cord and female output for attaching a switched external auxiliary load. The external auxiliary load is not to exceed 3 Amps at 115VAC.
25.
MIC 1, MIC 2, MIC 3, AND MIC 4 AND MIC 5, TEL TERMINAL BLOCKS:
Three terminals are used for each MIC or TEL input. The center terminal for each input allows for the attachment of the shield for that input cable.
To maintain proper signal polarity, the plus signal should be attached to the (+) terminal and the minus signal should be attached to the (-)
terminal. Note: To prevent the input overdrive from clipping, the LIMITER must be active.
26.
MIC 5/TEL SELECT SWITCH:
This switch allows the selection between the MIC 5 and TEL (Balanced transformer-isolated) inputs for the fifth paging audio input. Switch position
to the left for MIC 5, and to the right for TEL input.
27.
AUX 1, AUX 2, AND AUX 3 PHONO JACK INPUTS:
AUX 1 is a high impedance input, automatically MUTED by any paging input, for an FM tuner, CD player, tape player, tone generator, or any other
line level program source (i.e., MIC/LINE mixer). The AUX 2 and AUX 3 are the same as the AUX 1 without the MUTE. The AUX inputs are not
affected by the LIMITER circuit.
28.
LINE OUT (PHONO JACK) WITH PRE/POST EQ SELECT:
The LINE OUT is the mixed audio signal that can be used to drive booster amplifiers when additional audio power is required. The LINE OUT can
also be used to drive self-amplified speakers at line level. The LINE OUT can be selected as an output either before the TREBLE/BASS control
(PRE-EQ), or after the TREBLE/BASS control (POST-EQ). The switch position to the left selects PRE-EQ, and to the right selects POST-EQ.
29.
PATCH OUT, TAPE OUT AND PATCH IN PHONO JACKS:
The PATCH OUT is the mixed audio signal at line level prior to the TREBLE/BASS control. This signal is available to drive an external audio
processor. The resultant processed audio signal is to be reapplied to the PAMX-125 at the PATCH IN. The TAPE OUT is the same signal as the
PATCH OUT but is reduced 10dB. When an external audio processor is used, both the TREBLE and BASS control should be centered.
Note: When a phono plug is placed in either the PATCH OUT or PATCH IN phono jack, the mixed audio signal is disconnected before the
TREBLE/BASS and MASTER gain control. The outboard processed signal is to be reinserted at the PATCH IN jack.
30.
SPEAKER OUTPUTS:
The audio output is available at the rated output of 125 Watts for an 8 Ohm load, for a 25V, 70.7V or 100V. The GND and COM terminals of the
AUDIO OUT terminal block are chassis ground. The shield of the audio shielded cable is to be terminated to this GND. Connect (2) output wires
from the speaker load, to the COM screw terminal and the selected constant voltage terminal, (i.e. 25V, 70.7V or 100V). The constant voltage
distribution method facilitates the use of multiple speakers in parallel with a single amplifier. Note: Each speaker must have its own 25V, 70.7V or
100V line-matching transformer. Select the wattage tap on the line matching transformer of each speaker, for the power (gain) desired. An 8 Ohm
speaker load may be connected to the COM and the 8 Ohm terminals.
31.
TROUBLESHOOTING:
Symptom
No Output
Low, High, or Distorted Level
Possible Solution
- Verify unit is receiving AC power.
- Check input source functionality and level.
- Output may not be connected or connected incorrectly.
- Input signal may be too high or too low.
- Check gain control on unit.
- Input or output impedance may be mismatched.
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NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when this equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his/her own expense.
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of
the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numériques de la class A
prescrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par le ministère des Communications du Canada.
Limited Warranty
Wheelock products must be used within their published specifications and must be PROPERLY specified, applied, installed, operated, maintained and
operationally tested in accordance with these instructions at the time of installation and at least twice a year or more often and in accordance with local,
state and federal codes, regulations and laws. Specification, application, installation, operation, maintenance and testing must be performed by qualified
personnel for proper operation in accordance with all of the latest National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Underwriters' Laboratories (UL),
Underwriters’ Laboratories of Canada (ULC), National Electrical Code (NEC), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), local, state,
county, province, district, federal and other applicable building and fire standards, guidelines, regulations, laws and codes including, but not limited to, all
appendices and amendments and the requirements of the local authority having jurisdiction (AHJ). Wheelock products when properly specified, applied,
installed, operated, maintained and operationally tested as provided above are warranted against mechanical and electrical defects for a period of three
years from date of manufacture (as determined by date code). Correction of defects by repair or replacement shall be at Wheelock's sole discretion and
shall constitute fulfillment of all obligations under this warranty. THE FOREGOING LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL IMMEDIATELY TERMINATE IN THE
EVENT ANY PART NOT FURNISHED BY WHEELOCK IS INSTALLED IN THE PRODUCT. THE FOREGOING LIMITED WARRANTY SPECIFICALLY
EXCLUDES ANY SOFTWARE REQUIRED FOR THE OPERATION OF OR INCLUDED IN A PRODUCT.
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IT WILL ACHIEVE THE USER'S INTENDED RESULTS. THERE IS NO WARRANTY AGAINST DAMAGE RESULTING FROM MISAPPLICATION,
IMPROPER SPECIFICATION, ABUSE, ACCIDENT OR OTHER OPERATING CONDITIONS BEYOND WHEELOCK'S CONTROL.
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THE OPERATION OF THE SOFTWARE WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR-FREE OR THAT THE SOFTWARE WILL MEET ANY OTHER
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LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO ALL PURCHASERS.
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