#5943 User's Guide

#5943 User's Guide
CD Boom Box Control Center #5943
For Technical Support:
Call our Technical Service Department
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (EST)
1-800-TEC-TOYS or 1-800-832-8697
[email protected]
50 Broadway
Hawthorne, NY 10532
Tel. 914.747.3070 / Fax 914.747.3480
Toll Free 800.832.8697
Easy controls!
A fantastic tabletop CD Boom Box player is now available for all users
including the visually impaired, blind and people who have limited
mobility. We’ve adapted the Control Center with seven 2½" switches
for easy access. The switches control on/off, volume, forward and
backward, play and pause, and stop. All seven switches work for the CD
function. On/off and volume control buttons work for the radio and tape
functions. Forward and backward buttons work with the radio if you
program preset radio stations. Center also has a jack for your
headphones or ear buds.
Size: 17"L x 11"W x 6"H. Requires 6 C Batteries. Weight: 7 lbs.
let the user move through their preset stations. Please Note:
Play/Pause and Stop buttons will have no function for controlling
the Radio and Tape portion of the boom box.
6. Tape Control: Press the “TAPE” button. Next press the
STOP/EJECT button to open the cassette tape compartment. Insert
your audio tape with the open edge facing up and the side you
want to play facing you. Push the cassette door to close it.
Manually push the button marked “PLAY”. To Stop or Start your
tape press the Power/ON/OFF button. Volume control will also
work from the big buttons. Track Forward, Track Back and Stop
will not function in the TAPE mode.
1. The CD Control Center requires 6 C batteries (Not included). Use
alkaline batteries only (e.g. Duracell or Energizer brand). Do not
use rechargeable batteries or any other type of batteries because
they supply lower voltage and the unit will not perform properly.
Never mix old and new batteries together or different brands or
types together.
2. Battery installation: Locate the battery compartment on the
bottom of the unit. Slide the battery cover off. Install 6 new “C”
batteries. Replace cover.
3. CD Control: This CD Control Center has been adapted with large
activation switches for easy access to the CD players controls. The
user can be in command of the tracks forward and backwards of
his chosen album, control of the volume up and down, play/pause,
off and stop.
4. Radio Control: The radio control is different than controlling the
CD portion. Using the radio sector button, choose either AM or
FM band. The big power ON/OFF button will turn the Radio ON
or OFF with each switch activation. The Volume controls will
work normally + or – volume level. If you program preset radio
stations into the boom box (Please reference the included
original Sony instruction guide for programing and additional
features) using the big Track Forward or Track Back buttons will
Problem: The CD Control Center does not work.
Action #1: Check all connections, and ON/OFF switches
Action #2: Make sure you have removed the cardboard insert from
inside the CD tray.
Action #3: Make sure that there is nothing inhibiting the depression of
the control switches or holding any of the control switches down.
Care & Maintenance:
1. Keep the CD Control Center clean by wiping it with a slightly damp
cloth when needed.
2. Keep the CD Control Center out of direct sunlight and away from any
direct heat source.
4. Do not drop the CD Control Center on a hard surface and do not
expose it to moisture or immerse it in water.
Rev 3/5/15
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