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BT FreeWay User guide
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User Guide
BT FREEWAY PRO TWIN
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Section
Welcome…
to your BT Freeway Pro Twin
Personal Mobile Radios
8 Channels
38 Sub-channels (CTCSS)
10 Call alert tones
Key lock
Scan function
Volume control
Backlit display
Roger beep tone
VOX (when using either handset or headset)
Belt clips
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Section
This User Guide provides you with all
the information you need to get the
most from your mobile radios.
Got everything?
2 BT Freeway Pro
mobile radios
2 belt clips (attached
to back of radio)
Before you use your mobile radios for
the first time you will need to follow
the simple instructions in ‘Getting
Started’, on the next few pages.
2 x NiMH rechargeable
battery packs
1 Dual charging unit
1 Power supply for the
dual charging unit
2 headsets
Need help?
If you have any problems setting up or using your
BT Freeway Pro Twin you may find the answer in ‘Help’
at the back of this guide.
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In this guide
Getting started
Install the batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Charge the batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Attaching the belt clip (optional) . . . .7
Removing the belt clip . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Headset use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
VOX sensitivity level
(using the handset) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Using a Freeway headset . . . . . . . . . .18
Sensitivity level
(using your Freeway headset) . . . . . . .19
Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Getting to know your radio
Radio controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Using your mobile radios
Switching the radio power ON . . . . . .10
Switching the radio power OFF . . . . . .10
Adjusting the volume . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Selecting a channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Selecting a sub-channel (CTCSS) . . . .11
Key lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Switching channel monitor on or off . .12
Talking to another radio . . . . . . . . . . .12
Listening to another radio . . . . . . . . .13
Sending a call tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Channel scan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Delete channels from the scan list . . .15
Roger tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
VOX (using the handset) . . . . . . . . . . .17
General information
Safety and general . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Environmental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Mobile radio channel
frequency chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Guarantee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
BT Accessories and replacement items .27
R&TTE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Declaration of Conformity . . . . . . . . . .28
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Getting started
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Install the batteries
Your BT Freeway Pro mobile radios are each supplied
with a rechargeable NiMH battery pack.
However, each mobile radio will operate with 3 x AA
alkaline batteries (not supplied) if required.
1. With the back of the radio facing you, lift the battery
cover latch up to release and remove the battery cover.
2. Insert the battery pack ensuring that the metal contacts
are facing out as shown.
Or
Insert 3 x AA alkaline batteries, ensuring that the + and –
marked on the batteries match up with those marked
inside the battery compartment, as shown.
Or
Metal
charging
pads
3. Reposition the battery cover and press down until it clicks
into place.
Please note
If the belt clip is attached you will
need to remove it first. See
“Attaching the belt clip” on page 7.
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Getting started
The lights on the charging unit will
stay lit even when the battery pack
is fully charged.
1. Plug the dual charger lead into the back of the charging
unit and the plug into the mains power socket and
switch on.
2. Slide each radio into one of the charging pockets, facing
forward, to begin charging.
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The operation of your radio will
become unreliable when the
batteries are low.
If the charge level becomes too
low, your radio will automatically
switch off to avoid damage to the
rechargeable battery pack.
For optimal battery life either
remove the handsets from the
charger once they are charged or
switch off the charger.
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Battery low indicator
When the battery power becomes
low the
icon will be displayed
to indicate that the battery needs
recharging (or the 3 AA alkaline
batteries need replacing). When
you press you will also hear the
battery low alert tone.
Locate the dual charging unit on a flat surface, within
reach of a mains power socket:
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Charging
Your BT Freeway Pro radios can be
charged when they are switched on
or off. However, it is recommended
that you switch your radios off
whilst charging as the charging
time will be quicker.
Charge the batteries
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WARNING – If using alkaline
batteries
Alkaline batteries need replacing
and CANNOT be charged using the
charging unit.
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To fully charge the batteries from a fully discharged state
takes around 14 to 16 hours.
Your BT Freeway Pro Twin radios are ready for use.
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Getting started
Attaching the belt clip (optional)
Align the belt clip post with the hole in the back of the
radio, then gently push the clip until it clicks into place.
Replacing rechargeable batteries
The charge capacity of
rechargeable batteries will reduce
with time and the battery pack will
eventually require replacing.
Rechargeable battery packs are
available from:
www.withandwithoutwires.com or
from 0870 240 5522.
If using alkaline batteries, you
should replace ALL the batteries,
do not mix new and old batteries
and ensure that you use the same
type of battery.
For long-term storage of the
radios, it is recommended that you
remove the batteries.
Removing the belt clip
Push down on the release tab on the top of the belt clip
to release the catch and pull the belt clip away from the
back of the radio.
Headset use
If you wish to use a headset with your radio, see page 18.
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Getting to know your radio
Radio controls
Switch radio on/off, page 10
Rotate to adjust radio volume,
page 10
LED indicator light
Three slow flashes then break – Idle
Quick flash – Receiving
Solid – Transmitting
PTT (Press To Talk)
Press to talk to another radio,
page 13
Press to save a menu setting
Monitor
Use to scan for active channels,
page 14
Also monitor current channel
activity, page 12
–
Use to scroll through the menu
settings
Speaker
Display
Headset socket
Page 18
Mode
Press to access the menu options.
Use to exit the menu.
Use to lock/unlock the keypad,
page 11
+
Use to scroll through the menu
settings
Microphone
Call
Press to transmit a call tone to
alert another user you want to talk
to them, page 14
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Getting to know your phone
Display
Keypad locked
Channel scan
Active
Battery level indicator
Indicates the charge status
of the battery
Roger tone
Active
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Channel number
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Subchannel
(CTCSS) number
VOX
Active
VOX
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Using your mobile radios
Switching the radio power ON
1. Turn
clockwise to switch the radio on. You will hear
an ‘on’ tone and all the display icons will appear briefly.
The display will then return to the standby display.
Switching the radio power OFF
1. Turn
anti-clockwise to switch the radio off.
Adjusting the volume
1. Rotate
clockwise to increase the volume, or
anti-clockwise to decrease the volume level.
Talking and listening
To communicate, all radios in your group must be set to
the same channel and sub-channel (CTCSS), you should
set these before you use your radio.
Selecting a channel
Remember!
To communicate with others, all
mobile radios in your group must
be set to the same channel and
sub-channel.
Your BT Freeway Pro has 8 channels you can select from.
With the radio switched on:
1. Press
. The current channel flashes.
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2. Use
and
to select a channel from 1 to 8.
3. Press to confirm. The selected channel will be shown
on the display.
PTT
Selecting a sub-channel (CTCSS)
Each of the 8 channels on your BT Freeway Pro has 38
sub-channels (CTCSS codes). You should select one of
these codes to reduce the interference from unwanted
calls on your radio.
1. Press
button twice, quickly in succession, the current
sub-channel number flashes.
2. Then use
3. Press
PTT
or
to select a subchannel from 0 to 38.
to confirm.
Why use a sub-channel?
Use sub-channels to reduce the
risk of interference.
If the sub-channel (CTCSS) is set
to 0 then you will hear calls from
everyone within range who is using
the same channel as you.
To reduce this interference you
should select a sub-channel
between 01 and 38.
If you are using your radio with
another radio that does not use
sub-channels to communicate,
you will need to set the
sub-channel to 0.
CTCSS
Continuous Tone Coded Squelch
System.
You may wish to lock the radio keys once you have
selected your channel (see next section).
Key lock
You can lock the keypad on your radio to prevent
settings being accidentally changed. When the key lock
is on, you will still be able to switch the radio on or off,
receive and transmit calls, adjust the volume, send a
call tone and monitor channels. All other functions will
be locked.
When confirming new settings,
if PTT is not pressed within 5
seconds the new setting will
automatically be saved.
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Switching key lock on:
1. Press and hold
for 4 seconds until you hear a beep
and the icon is displayed.
Switching key lock off:
1. Press and hold
for 4 seconds, you will hear a beep
and the icon is no longer displayed.
When channel monitor is ON you
will hear a lot of background noise
along with any weak transmissions.
Switching channel monitor ON or OFF
When you are not receiving a call your handset
automatically mutes the speaker so that you will not
hear weak signals or background noise. By switching
channel monitor ON you can hear transmissions on
your selected channel that you would not hear under
normal circumstances as the signal is too weak.
To temporarily switch channel monitor ON, press and
hold the
button.
To switch channel monitor OFF, release the
REMEMBER!
To communicate with others, all
mobile radios in your group must
be set to the same channel and
sub-channel.
button.
Talking to another radio
1. Press and hold
PTT
.
2. Hold the radio about 5 to 7cm from your mouth and
speak into the microphone. The LED indicator will stop
flashing and glows steadily.
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3. Release when you have finished speaking.
Your listener will hear an audible tone (called a roger tone)
to confirm you have finished speaking and they can then
speak back to you.
PTT
If you wish, you can switch off the roger tone (see page 16).
Listening to another radio
Your BT Freeway Pro radio is always in standby reception
mode when is not pressed and you are not changing
any of the settings. Provided the other radio is using the
same channel and sub-channel, you will hear them
speak. The LED indicator flashes quickly when the radio
is receiving. When the other radio user has finished
speaking you can respond.
PTT
If another radio is calling you, you will hear a ringing
tone first, to alert you that they are going to speak. You
may need to adjust the volume, see page 10.
PTT timeout
If you hold down for more than
60 seconds, your radio will emit a
warning tone and stop
transmitting. This is to stop
accidental transmissions and to
save the battery life.
PTT
Range
It is recommended that you do not
use the radios closer than 1.5
metres apart to avoid interference.
Your radios have a range of up to
3km (2 miles). However, the range
can be affected by the environment
or terrain in which it is being used.
To obtain maximum range, use in
flat open spaces. Obstruction
between the radios (e.g. buildings)
will greatly affect the range
achieved.
Sending a call tone
To alert other radios in your group that you want to
communicate with them, you can send a call tone.
There are 10 different call tones to select from and you
can also disable the call tone function, by setting the call
tone to 0.
Remember!
To communicate with other radios
in your group they must all be set
to the same channel and subchannel.
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Using your mobile radios
To send a call tone:
1. Press
.
Both your radio and the other radios in your group will
sound a call tone.
To change the call tone:
3 times. The current call tone setting flashes
is displayed.
1. Press
and
2. Press
tones.
3. Press
PTT
or
to change and hear the available call
to set the new call tone.
Channel scan
You can scan through the 8 channels on your BT Freeway
Pro radio to check for any activity and see which channels
are in use and which are free. Or, to locate another radio
user in your group who has accidentally changed channels.
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Using your mobile radios
1. Press
, the
icon is displayed.
Your radio will rapidly scan each of the 8 channels and
pause for 5 seconds on any active channel so you can
hear the transmission, before resuming the scan.
It is suggested that you always
scan using sub-channel 0.
If an active channel is found and you hear a transmission:
To respond to the other radio, press
PTT
within 5 seconds.
To exit the transmission and continue the channel scan,
press
or
.
If you activate scan while the sub-channel is set to 0
then the radio will check for any activity on each channel
regardless of the code in use on that channel.
If you activate scan while the sub-channel is set between
1 and 38 your radio will detect a transmission on any
channel so long as this transmission is using a sub-channel
(CTCSS). It will not detect a transmission on any channel
that is not using a sub-channel.
To end scanning, press the
button.
Delete channels from the scan list
You can temporarily remove a channel from the scan list,
for example, to avoid nuisance transmissions.
You cannot remove your home
channel from the scan list (your home
channel is the channel your radio
was set to when you activated scan),
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When the channel you want to remove is being scanned:
1. Press and hold
or
for 3 seconds, then release. The
channel will be temporarily removed from the scan list.
To restore the channel to the scan list:
Switch the radio off and back on again.
Scan Advance:
If scan stops on a channel you do not wish to listen to,
briefly press
or
button to resume scanning.
Roger tone
Whenever you release , your listener will hear the
‘roger tone’ to let them know you have finished talking
so that they can then talk back to you if they wish.
PTT
This tone can be switched on and off.
To switch the tone on:
1. Press and hold
, when you turn your radio on.
When the roger tone is active
display.
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To switch the tone off:
1. Press and hold
, while you turn your radio on.
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VOX (using the handset)
Vox allows you to have a fully handsfree conversation.
Your voice is detected and transmitted by the radio
without the need to press .
PTT
1. Turn
anti-clockwise to switch the radio off.
2. Switch
clockwise whilst holding down the
PTT
button.
3. The display on your radio will show VOX.
4. Release the
PTT
button.
5. Your voice will now be detected by your radio and after a
short delay will be transmitted. When you stop talking
you will be able to receive messages.
6. A long press of the button will disable the VOX feature.
Normal operation will then be active.
PTT
(To transmit press
PTT
.)
VOX sensitivity level (using the handset)
During VOX operation you can change the sensitivity
level to suit the environment in which you are using your
radio. This will help minimise the risk of unintended
noises triggering a transmission and will help pick up soft
voices.
When using VOX it is usual to
experience a slight delay before
your voice is transmitted. Also
there will be a slight delay before
you can hear an incoming
transmission.
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Using your mobile radios
With VOX active:
1. Press
button 4 times.
2. The display shows the current sensitivity level (flashing)
along with I.
3. Press
or
to select the sensitivity level:
1 – Low sensitivity, for noisy environments.
2 – Medium sensitivity, for most environments.
3 – High sensitivity, for quiet environments.
Where to buy headsets
If you wish to purchase optional
BT Freeway Pro headsets to use
with your radios, please call
0870 240 5522 or visit
www.withandwithoutwires.com
BT Freeway Pro headset, item
code: 021605.
You must always plug your headset
in before switching your radio on.
If you do not your radio will not
operate correctly.
Using a Freeway headset
Your headset can be used for VOX operation or PTT
press operation.
1. Turn
anti-clockwise to switch the radio off.
2. Insert the headset plug into the headset socket.
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3. Switch your radio ON keeping the volume low.
4. The display on your radio will show VOX.
5. Insert earpiece into your ear.
Speak into the microphone on the headset. After a short
delay your voice will be detected and your message will
be sent. When you stop talking you will be able to receive
a message back from the receiving radio.
Adjust volume as required.
How to use the headset
The earclip, attached to the
headset, can be twisted to allow the
headset to be worn in either ear.
It is important to secure the earclip
before using the headset.
Step 1
Sensitivity level (using your Freeway headset)
During Vox operation, you can change the sensitivity level
to suit the environment in which you are using your radio.
This will help minimise the risk of unintended noises
triggering a transmission and help pick up soft voices.
Slide the earclip along the headset
moulding until it feels secure.
1. Press
button 4 times. The display will show the
current sensitivity level (flashing) along with E.
2. Press
or
to select the sensitivity level:
1 – Low sensitivity, for noisy environments.
2 – Medium sensitivity, for most environments.
3 – High sensitivity, for quiet environments.
Step 2
Position earclip over ear as shown.
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Using your mobile radios
If you do not wish to use VOX on your headset you will
need to disable it.
To disable VOX, press the
PTT
button on your radio.
Once VOX is disabled you can still use your headset but
to transmit your voice you will now need to press the
button on the handset.
PTT
To receive transmissions release the
PTT
button.
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Help
Will not switch on
Recharge the battery pack or replace the batteries if
using alkaline batteries.
No transmission
PTT
button not pressed.
If VOX is active adjust sensitivity level.
No reception
You may be out of range.
Check all radios have the same channel and sub-channel
settings, see pages 10-11.
PTT
is accidentally being pressed.
Buttons not functioning
Is the key lock switched on? See page 11.
Your speech sounds distorted at the receiving end
Make sure you are not talking too closely/too far from
the microphone.
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Help
Poor reception
The range is dependent on environment and terrain.
The range of your BT Freeway Pro Twin radios can be
impaired when there is no clear sight between the radios.
For example, buildings and thick stone walls can severely
affect the range.
Interference from other users
Change your channel or sub-channel. See pages 10-11.
Headset not operating
Make sure you plug your headset in before switching
your radio on.
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Safety and general
Do not open the mobile radio.
Radio signals transmitted between mobile radios may
cause interference to hearing aids.
Switch off the mobile radio when near medical
equipment.
This product should not be used by people with
pacemakers.
Do not use the radio when driving a vehicle or operating
machinery.
Do not use your radio when on board an aircraft.
Do not use your radio if it has a damaged antenna.
When transmitting, do not hold the antenna.
Turn the radio off and remove the battery pack/batteries
during long-term storage.
Do not attempt to charge alkaline batteries.
Only use the power adaptor charger supplied. Using an
unauthorised charger will invalidate your guarantee and
may damage your radio.
Only use the approved headsets with your radio.
IMPORTANT
In the event of an accident this
product cannot be used to contact
the emergency services.
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General information
Environmental
Never dispose of batteries in a fire. There is a serious risk
of explosion and/or the release of highly toxic chemicals.
Do not expose your product to direct sunlight, extreme
cold or place it near heating appliances.
Do not submerge any part of your product in water and
do not use it in damp, humid or wet conditions.
Do not expose your product to fire, explosive or other
hazardous conditions. For example, at petrol stations or
areas where explosive products are used.
Cleaning
Clean with a soft damp (not wet) cloth, or an anti-static
wipe. Never use a dry cloth as this may cause a static
shock.
Never use household polish, alcohol or cleaning solutions
to clean the mobile radio as this will cause damage.
If the radio should become wet, dry it with a dry lint-free
cloth and do not use it until it is completely dry.
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General information
Technical information
Mobile radio channel frequency chart
Channel number
Channel frequency (MHz)
1
446.00625
2
446.01875
3
446.03125
4
446.04375
5
446.05625
6
446.06875
7
446.08125
8
446.09375
Power source: Rechargeable NiMH battery pack or
3 x AA alkaline batteries.
Effective radiated power: 0.5 Watts maximum.
Typical battery life
Using good quality alkaline batteries: 30 hours.
Using fully charged battery pack: 24 hours.
(These times are based on 90% standby, 5% transmit
and 5% receive.)
The charge capacity (and therefore
the battery life) of the battery pack
will reduce with time and
eventually it will need replacing.
Rechargeable battery packs are
available from:
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General information
Guarantee
For your records
Date of purchase:
Place of purchase:
Serial number:
For guarantee purposes proof of
purchase is required so please
keep your receipt.
Your BT Freeway Pro Twin is guaranteed for a period of
12 months from the date of purchase.
The conditions of this guarantee are:
The guarantee shall only apply to defects that occur
within the 12 month guarantee period.
Proof of purchase is required.
The equipment is returned to BT or its agent as instructed.
This guarantee does not cover any faults or defects
caused by accidents, misuse, fair wear and tear, neglect,
tampering with the equipment, or any attempt at
adjustment or repair other than through approved agents.
This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
If you have to return your product:
Pack the radios securely, preferably in the original
packaging. All parts must be returned, including belt
clips and original batteries.
Outside of guarantee:
If your product needs repair outside of the guarantee we
recommend that you call 01672 564 444 for details of
our recommended repair agents.
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General information
BT Accessories and replacement items
For a full range of accessories and replacement items for
BT products please call 0870 240 5522.
R&TTE
This product is intended for use within the United
Kingdom and other European member states that have
implemented the PMR446 service. Before using your
radio outside the United Kingdom you should check that
the relevant radio administration has implemented the
PMR446 service and that no restrictions apply.
Information regarding the implementation of the service
can be found on the European Radiocommunications
Office (ERO) website: http://www.ero.dk
This equipment complies with the Essential
Requirements and Provisions of the Radio Equipment
and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive
1999/5/EC.
Or visit…
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Declaration of Conformity
A copy of the original manufacturers Declaration of
Conformity can be obtained by calling 01473 605893
or alternatively by e-mail from the following address
commprod@btuk02.bt.com
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Visit us at www.bt.com
Offices worldwide
The telecommunications services described in this publication
are subject to availability and may be modified from time to time.
Services and equipment are provided subject to British
Telecommunications plc’s respective standard conditions of
contract. Nothing in this publication forms any part of any contract.
© British Telecommunications plc 2004.
Registered Office: 81 Newgate Street, London EC1A 7AJ.
Registered in England No. 1800000.
BT Freeway Pro Twin PMR & Charger Issue 2 (06/04) 1
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Printed in China
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