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Eiki 7070C Specifications
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
The lightning flash with arrowheadsymbol, within
an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the
user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that
may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a
risk of electric shock to persons.
WHEN USING THIS EQUIPMENT, BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SHOULD ALWAYS BE FOLLOWED, INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING:
1. READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING EQUIPMENT.
CAUTION:
2. DO NOT OPERATE EQUIPMENT WITH A DAMAGED CORD OR, IF THE
EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN DROPPED OR DAMAGED-UNTIL IT HAS BEEN
EXAMINED BY A QUALIFIED SERVICEMAN.
TO REDUCE THE RISK
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4. ALWAYS UNPLUG EQUIPMENT FROM ELECTRICAL OUTLET WHEN NOT IN
USE. NEVER YANK CORD TO PULL PLUG FROM OUTLET. GRASP PLUG
AND PULL TO DISCONNECT.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
Product complies with DHHS rules 21
CFR subchapterJ part 1040: 10at date
of manufacture.
5. TO PROTECT AGAINST ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARDS, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS EQUIPMENT TO RAIN, MOISTURE, OR OTHER LIQUIDS.
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
DANGER-invisible laser radiation when open and interlock failed or defeated.
Avoid direct exposure to the beam.
6. TO AVOID ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT DISASSEMBLE THIS
EQUIPMENT, BUT TAKE IT TO A QUALIFIED SERVICEMAN WHEN SOME
SERVICE OR REPAIR WORK IS REQUIRED. INCORRECT REASSEMBLY
CAN CAUSE ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD WHEN THE EQUIPMENT IS USED
SUBSEQUENTLY.
CAUTION - use of all controls, adjustmentsor performance of proceduresother
than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Dew Formation
Window frames inside a warm room during winter will rapidly accumulate dew on the surface. This unit features
a precision lens element. This lens element is also subject to dew formation under the following circumstances:
~ When subject to sudden changes in temperature.
~ When the room in which the unit is placed subject to high humidity.
~ When moving the unit suddenly from a cold to a warm place.
This unit will not be able to correctly read the programs under these circumstances, and the player will not operate
properly. In such cases, after turning the power switch on, wait for 20 to 30 minutes before operating the unit.
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(servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
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Notice:
Do not discard shiooina carton and
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These items may be needed for storage or future servicing. Before transporting make sure CD Compartment
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DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS AND FEATURES
of the tape to another selection. This button also locks down for fast forward
when other buttons are not depressed.
17. Review Button
Pressing button while tape is playing permits quick back up of tape for reviewing
a previously played portion. When other buttons are not depressed, this button
locks down and rapidly rewinds tape back to the start.
18. Play Button
Push to playa cassette tape.
19. Record Button
Push to start recording on cassette tape.
20. Display Button
CD
Push once to show the remaining time of the track. Push again to show the total
remaining time on the disc. To show the elapsed playback time, push once
again.
21. Stop/Clear Button
CD
Push to stop playing or to cancel pause mode. Push to erase memory.
22. Forward Search Button (FF > ) CD
Push and hold it down changes the mode to high speed forward search. Sound
can be heard at a reduced level.
1. Built -In left and Right Speakers
Provide strong amplificationwith excellent sound reproduction. Are muted
automaticallywhen Headphonejacks or speakerjacks are used.
2. Repeat Button CD
Push to repeata track, all tracks on the dispor tracks entered into memory.
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Glows when the unit is connected to main supply.
4. Tone Control Knob
Adjusts the high frequency sound level.
5. Balance Control Knob
Adjusts the balance of the left and right channels.
6. AC Line Cord Storage
Located in bottom of unit; holds 5.6 feet (1.7 meter) AC cord during transport.
7. Function Selector (CDITAPE)
To select the program sources: CD or TAPE.
Set it to the TAPE mode to operate the tape recorder. Set it to the CD mode to
listen to compact disc or to record from the CD.
8. Volume Control
Adjusts the sound level of the speakers.
9. Digital Multi Display - CD (DIGITAL DISPLAY)
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23. Reverse Search Button ( < FR) CD
Push and hold it down changes the mode to high speed reverse search. Sound
can be heard at a reduced level.
Displays track number being played, elapsed playback time or remaining time.
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10. Random Button CD
Pushto playtracks in random sequence.
11. Tape Counter and Reset Button (2 x COUNTER)
24. Forward Skip Button - CD
Push to skip forward to the next track.
25. Reverse Skip Button CD
Push to skip in reverse to the beginning of the playing track. Push again to skip
in reverse to the beginning of preceding track.
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Provides method for indexing tape selections and locating parts of tape when desired.
Button resets counter to "000". Conforms to 2X ANSI standards.
12. Cassette Compartment
To insert a cassette tape for playback or recording.
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26. Play/Pause Button CD
Push to start playback. Pushing this button during playback activates the pause
mode. Playback continues when this button is pushed again.
27. Pitch Control buttons - CD
Push Fast button to play CD faster. Push Slow button to play CD slower. Push
Normal button to return to normal speed.
28. Program Button CD
Push to enter up to 21 tracks into memory for non-sequential playback.
29. CD Compartment
To insert a compact disc for playing.
13. Symbol Keyboard
Provides added assistance to the visually handicapped. Symbols used are
those approved by the Library of Congress.
14. Pause Button
Push to stop cassette tape temporarily.
15. StoplEject Button
Push to stop the tape. Push again to eject cassette compartment.
16. Cue Button
Pressing this button while the tape is playing permits quick forward movement
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32.Aux Input Jack
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This jack allows recording directly from a radio, phonograph, or other source.
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33. Headphone jacks (HEADPHONES)
Five 1/4" jacks for group listening.
34. Speaker Jacks (SPEAKERS)
Use to connect external speakers (Min. 4Q, 7W).
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BEFORE YOU START TO ENJOY YOUR NEW STEREO PLAYER/RECORDER
ABOUT CASSETTE TAPES
You can use any standard cassette tapes with your unit.
Every cassette tape has two tabs which you can remove to prevent erasure of
recordings. If you wish to record on a cassette with the tabs removed, place a
piece of tape over the tab holes.
Operating on AC current
This unit may be operated on regular 120-volt 60 Hz AC current. 5.6 feet (1.7
meter) AC cord fits snugly within open storage compartment on bottom of unit.
Plug cord into a properly grounded wall outlet. The three-prong plug should be
used without a two-prong adapter whenever possible. If an adapter is used, be
certain the green wire or grounding tab on the adapter is attached to the screw
on the wall outlet plate for proper grounding.
NOTE: If the tabs are removed from the cassette, or there is no cassette in the
unit, the Record Button cannot be pushed down.
CAUTION: If it is necessary to use a power cord adapter, have a trained
electrician install the adapter to the outlet and check wiring to be sure there is
no shock hazard. Faultywiring can cause damage to the unit and possible injury
to the operator.
Insert the cassette into the tape compartment with the tape facing up. During
recording and play,the tape movesfrom the left to the right roller of the cassette.
When all of the tape has been wound on the right roller, the unit stops
automatically. Remove the cassette, turn it around and re-insert it to record or
to play.
WARNING: Unplug the unit from power supply when not in use.
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PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING COMPACT DISCS
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Dirt, fingerprints, scratches and warps on a compact disc can cause noise.
Observe the following precautions to keep your compact discs sounding their
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The lens which reads the digital signals stored on the surface of the compact
disc is incorporated on the interior of the disc access cover.
* To protect the lensfrom dust and other dirt, after removingthe disc, makesure
to close the disc access door.
* Do not touch the lens with your fingers or any objects. If the lens gets dirty or
flawed, sound skip or incorrect operation could occur.
Handling Compact Discs
Do not touch the playback surface (the rainbow colored side).
To prevent fingerprints from getting on the disc, handle it only by the edges or
center, as shown in the illustration below.
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* Compact discs make little noise. In the compact disc unit, if the volume is
adjusted in the same manner as a conventional cassette tape while listening
to the music, the volume may suddenly increase to extremely high levels.
* When listening with a head set, such a sudden increase could hurt your ears.
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Do not attach adhesive tape, stickers, etc. to the disc label.
Sound Skip
Sound skip occurs in the following cases:
* When a flawed, dirty, or deformed disc is used.
* If a strong shock is applied to the unit (if the playback operation stops, turn oft
the power and repeat the playback operation from the beginning.)
* When the unit is operated in a place subject to strong vibrations.
* Sound skip may occur depending on the content of the disc. If this happens,
lower the volume level.
Disc Storage
Avoid storing the discs in locations subject to high temperature, high humidity
and direct sunlight. Also do not keep discs inside a closed vehicle as it is often
subject to extreme temperatures.
Disc Care
Power Supply
* If an instantaneous power failure occurs due to a discontinued power supply,
the CD playback operation may stop and an incorrect display may occur. If
this happens, turn oft the power and repeat the playback operation from the
beginning.
Before playing the disc, wipe oft all dust, dirt and fingerprints on the playing
surface with a soft cloth. Do not use benzine or record cleaners designed for
LP records. Static prevention treatments can also damage compact discs and
should therefore be avoided.
CD SINGLE
* The disc compartment of this CD player is capable of holding a CD SINGLE
(8 cm diameter CD) for playback.
* Place the CD SINGLE on the center of the disc compartment.
Only compact discs with the mark shown below can be used.
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HOW TO PLAY A RECORDED CASSETTE TAPE
1. Set Function Selector to Tape mode.
2. Push down Stop/Eject button to open Cassette Compartment.
3. Insert a recorded cassette tape into slides of the open door of the Cassette
Compartment. Close the compartment door.
4. Push Play button to start playing.
If you are using a remote control microphone, be sure that the on/oft switch
is turned to "on".
5. Adjust Volume Control.
6. Adjust Balance Control.
7. Adjust Tone Control knob to your preference.
8. To stop the tape push Stop/Eject button. To eject the cassette, push Stop/
Eject button again.
NOTE: When the end of the tape is reached during playback, the Cassette
Recorder will automatically stop.
If you wish to fast-forward the tape, push Cue button.
To rewind the tape, push Review button.
When the end of the tape is reached during fast forward or rewind operation, the
button will automatically be released. But when the Pause button is pushed,the
Cue button or Review button will not be released automatically. In this case,
immediately push the Stop/Eject button.
Using pause button
Using tape counter
The counter provides a means of numerically indexing selections on tape
cassettes and allows fast return to specific parts of the tape. To reset counterto
"000" at the start of tape, press reset button. The counter conforms to 2X ANSI
standards.
The Tape Counteris helpfulwhen recordingand re-recordingatape insegments.
The Pause button is used to instantly stop the tape transport without releasing
the Play button. Push this button once to stop tape movement; push it again to
restart tape.
The Pause button also is useful in recording since it instantly stops the tape.
Using review and cue buttons
For a quick review, back up the tape by pressing Review button (leaving Play
button down) and hold it for the desired time. When Review button is released,
unit returns to play mode.
To advancetape to anothersection, pressCue button (leavingPlay buttondown)
and hold it for desired time. When Cue button is released, unit returns to play
mode.
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The CD Player should be horizontal when playing.
CAUTION: Do not push buttons too fast one after another
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Audible Search
This feature can allow you to search either forward or backwardto find a desired
location. In addition, low volume audio can be heard. To search forward, push
and hold the Forward Search button (FF > ) during play. To search backward,
push and hold the Reverse Search button ( < FR) during play.
Pushing the Forward Search button (FF > ) or Reverse Search button ( < FR)
in pause mode will allow you to search faster.
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To Insert a CD
1. Set the Function Selector to CD mode.
2. Push the this part to open the CD Compartment.
"OPEN" is displayed on the DIGITAL DISPLAY.
3. Insert the disc with the label facing up.
Close the CD compartment.
The number of music tracks and total playing time on the disc is shown on
the display.
NOTE: "disc" is displayed when disc is not set correctly or not inserted.
CAUTION: To preventfingerprints from getting on the disc, handle it only by the
edges or center.
To Play:
4. After inserting the disc into the CD Compartment, push Play/Pause button
and the disc will begin playing. The Play Indicator ( ~ ) will light.
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last track is reached, the play stops automatically.
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7. Push this part to open the CD Compartment and remove the disc.
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You can move forward or in reverse (skip) a track directly to a desired track
number at any time during play or pause:
* To skip forward, push the Forward Skip button ( >I) until the desired track
number appears in the Track Number Display.
* To skip in reverse, push the Reverse Skip button (I<) until the desired track
number appears in the Track Number Display.
Pitch Control
The playing speed of the CD player is variable within a range of:t 16 % (shown
on DIGITAL DISPLAY). To increase the speed, press the Fast button. To
decrease the speed, press the Slow button. To return to the standard speed,
press the Normal button.
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Repeat Playback
To repeat all tracks on a disc:
1. Push Repeat button twice. Repeat Indicator (REPEAT ALL) lights up.
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track is reached, the selection returns to track 1 for repeat play of all tracks.
To release repeat function, push Repeat button. Repeat Indicator goes off.
When the end of the last track is reached, the play stops automatically.
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You can select to playa desired number of tracks in any order, set them into
memory and skip the tracks you do not want to play. A maximum of 21 tracks
can be entered into memory.
1. If the disc is playing, push Stop/Clear button to stop.
2. Push Program button.
3. Push Forward Skip ( >I ) or Reverse Skip ( k) button until the desired track
appears in the Track Number Display.
4. Push Program button. This enters one track into memory.
To repeat a track on a disc:
5. To enter other tracks into memory, repeat Steps 3 and 4, up to a maximum
of 21 tracks.
1. Push the Forward Skip button (>I ) until the desired track number appears
in the Track Number Display.
6. Push Play/Pause button to begin memory playback.
2. Push Repeat button. Repeat Indicator (REPEAT 1) lights up.
7. To clear the memory, push Program button during stop mode. When Stop/
Clear button is pushed,the track memorized last will be cleared. Every time
the button is pushed, the last track is cleared.
3. Push Play/Pause button to begin repeat playback.
When the end of the track is reached, the playback of the track is repeated.
NOTE: When the CD compartment is opened, all memories are cleared.
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1. Set Function Selector to CD mode.
2. Insert the compact disc in the CD Compartment carefully.
3. Push Stop/Eject button to open Cassette Compartment.
4. Insert a blank cassette tape into the Cassette Compartment. Close the
compartment door.
5. Push Record button.
The CD player will automatically start in a few seconds.
6. Push Stop/Eject button to stop recording after the CD player will automatically stop at the disc end.
NOTE: The Play button will be automatically pushed when the Record button
is pushed. When the end of the tape is reached, Play and Record buttons will
be automatically released.
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To record from auxiliary source:
To record from sound sources such as a radio, tape player or other device
through the AUX input jack, obtain a suitable connecting cord to hook-up the
source with the AUX jack.
Follow the recording procedures in the "HOW TO RECORD WITH EXTERNAL
MICROPHONE".
1. Connect an external microphone.
2. Set Function Selector to Tape mode.
3. Push Stop/Eject button to open Cassette Compartment.
4. Insert a blank cassette into the slides of the Compartment door with side to
be used facing out and tape facing up. Close the Compartment door.
5. Push Pause button to delay the start of recording.
6. Push Record button.
Using the unit as a public-address system
This unit can be used to make amplified announcements.
7. Push Pause button to release and to begin recording.
8. Speak, sing, or play music directly in front of the microphone.
If you are using a remote control microphone to pause during recording,
move microphone switch to "off", then backto "on"when you wish to resume.
1. Connect an external microphone to the "MIC" jack.
2. Set Function Selector to CD mode.
9. To stop recording, push Pause or Stop/Eject button. To rewind the tape,
push Review button.
3. Insert a CD.
NOTE: The external microphone does not record in stereo. When the end of
the tape is reached, Play and Record buttons will be automatically released.
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The CD player will automatically start in a few seconds.
Recording will also start. If recording is not required, push Pause button.
4. Insert a blank tape.
6. Adjust the Volume Control to the most satisfactory level.
To prevent "howling", hold the microphone as far from the built-in speakers
as possible, or reduce the volume level by using the Volume Control.
NOTE: Do not leave CD in stop or pause mode, otherwise the public-address
system can not be used.
Instead of "MIC" jack, the "AUX IN" jack can be used.
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ABOUT JACKS
ANNOUNCEMENT
Remote Microphone Jack
Jacks for dual-plug external microphone (microphone not provided with the unit)
are located on the front of unit. These are marked "REMOTE MIC". When
inserting into jacks, push plugs in firmly until they are seated.
With microphone installed, remote on/off switch will start and stop recorder in
either play or record mode.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with 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 interferencein 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:
Auxiliary Input Jack
The Auxiliary Input Jack is used for connection of an auxiliary source such as
a radio, phonograph, etc.
Speaker Jacks
The Speaker Jacks are used for connection of external speakers. (Min. 4Q, 7W)
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Listening Center Jacks (HEADPHONES)
Located on the right side of the unit, this center consists of five standard 1/4"
headphone jacks. Five headphone sets may be plugged into this center at one
time for group listening of CD or tape cassette being played.
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 radiorrv technician for help.
NOTE: When using morethan one headphone,be sure that all headphones are
of the sametype or impedance so that they will all reproduceat the same volume
level.
Information to user.
The users manualor instruction manualfor an intentionalor unintentional
radiator shall caution the user that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user's authority to operate the equipment.
MAINTENANCE
* Do not expose your Stereo Cassette Recorderto an excessively hot environment for an extended period of time. Extreme heat could cause component
failure.
* Clean the cabinet with a damp cloth only. Do not use cleaners, abrasives, or
detergents.
* Clean Recorder's tape heads with a cleaning cartridge only.
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SPECIFICATIONS
TYPE:
DIMENSIONS (H x W x D):
WEIGHT:
Combo CD player/Audio tape recorder
player
11-1/4" x 15-3/4" x 4"
(285 x 400 x 100 mm)
Approx. 8.15 Ibs
(Approx. 3.7 kg)
AMPLIFIER POWER OUTPUT: 7 watts RMS (per channel)
10% (THD)
SPEAKER:
4" Round x 2
OPERATING CONTROLS:
Volume, Tone, Balance, Function (CDlTape)
REMOTE MIC. JACK:
1/8" (3.5 mm) x 1
AUX. INPUT JACK:
1/8" (3.5 mm) x 1
REMOTE PAUSE JACK:
1/10" (2.46 mm) x 1
AVAILABLE 1/4" LISTENING 1/4" stereo jacks x 5
CENTER HEADSET JACKS:
EXTERNAL SPEAKER JACKS: 1/4" x 2
POWER REQUIREMENTS:
AC 120 volts, 60 Hz
COMPLIANCES:
UL listing pending
WARRANTY:
1 year from date of original purchase for
parts and labor
CASSETTE TAPE RECORDER SECTION
FREQUENCY RESPONSE:
125 Hz to 8 kHz
WOW AND FLUTTER:
0.17%
SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO:
45 dB
TAPE SPEED:
1-7/8" per second
HEADS:
Record playback & erase
TRACK FORMAT:
Cassette stereo
OPERATING KEYS:
Record, Play, Review, Pause, Cue/Fast
forward, Stop/Eject
TAPE CAPACITY:
C30,C60,C90
MAXIMUM REWIND/FAST
C-60 1 minute, 50 seconds
FORWARD TIME:
CD SECTION
FREQUENCY RESPONSE:
SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO:
VARIABLE PITCH CONTROL:
NO. PROGRAM MEMORY:
SAMPLING FREQUENCY:
OPERATING KEYS
CD SECTION:
Specifications and features are subject to change without notice.
127 Hz to 20 kHz
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8fs Digital Filter (1 bit DAC)
Play/Pause, Stop/Clear, Skip forwardlback,
Search forwardlback, Repeat track/Repeat
all, Program, Display (Elapsed/Remain,
Total remain time), Random, Pitch control
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WARRANTY
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LIMITED 1 YEAR WARRANTY
EIKI International, Inc. warrants this proouct when sold to the original
purchaser from an authorized EIKI dealer, to be free from defective
materials and workmanship for a period of 1 year. (Batteries and tape
excluded).
EIKI agrees to repair any defect or furnish a new or equal part through an
authorized EIKI Service Dealer or Station.
It shall be the obligation of the purchaser to provide proof of purchase and
cover all transportatioA charges to and from the service facility. Damage or
loss to the product during transit is not covered by this warranty.
This warranty does not apply to appearance items nor to any product
subjected to misuse, abnormal service or handling, nor to any product
altered or repaired by other than an Authorized EIKI Service Dealer or
Station. The provisions of this warranty does not apply to any products
purchased or serviced outside the United States, its territories or possessions, except Canada.
THIS SHALL BE THE EXCLUSIVE WRITTEN WARRANTY TO THE
ORIGINAL PURCHASER AND NEITHER THIS WARRANTY NOR ANY
OTHER WARRANTY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED SHALL EXTEND BEYOND
THE PERIOD OF THE TIME LISTED. IN NO EVENT SHALL EIKI BE
LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL ECONOMIC DAMAGE TO PROPERTY.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW A LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION OF
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, SO THE
ABOVE LIMITATION AND EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS
WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS AND YOU MAY
HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE
For questions concerning this warranty or to obtain the name and address
of the nearest authorized EIKI Service Dealer or Station call or write, EIKI
International, Inc. at one of the following locations.
Eiki International Inc.
Eiki Canada
26794 Vista Terrace Drive
17036 Highway 12
P.O.Box 156 Midland, Ontario L4R 4K8, Canada
Tel: 705-527-4084
Fax: 705-527-4087
Lake Forest, California 92630-8113, U.S.A.
Tel: 949-457-0200
Fax: 949-457-7878
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