3D Innovations 68417800000 Dishwasher User Manual

FCC STATEMENT
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.
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 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:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
© 2008 Lucasfilm Ltd. & ® or TM
where indicated. All rights reserved.
AGES 6+
CLONE TROOPER BLASTER GAME
™
48318
®
™
USER’S GUIDE
Thank you for purchasing this CLONE
TROOPER BLASTER game. Be sure to
read and follow all instructions carefully
before using this product.
x4 R6 size
1.5V AA
BATTERIES
REQUIRED
®* and/or TM* & © 2008 Hasbro. All Rights Reserved.
TM & ® denote U.S. Trademarks.
45094 PN 68417800000
Product and colors may vary.
Questions? Call 1-800-844-3733
NOT INCLUDED
Alkaline batteries
recommended.
Phillips/cross head
screwdriver (not included)
needed to insert batteries.
Includes blaster game unit and instructions.
SET UP
1. Install batteries
Grab your blaster and fight in the Clone Wars as a
clone trooper. You’ll be fighting on the ground, flying
on a speeder bike, blasting ships from a gunner’s
turret and more in 10 levels of play.
REQUIREMENTS
TV, VCR or DVD player with AV input. RF adaptor required if TV has no AV
input. Or use the AV input on a VCR or DVD player that’s connected to your TV.
Use a Phillips/cross head screwdriver
(not included) to loosen screw in battery
compartment cover (screw remains
attached to cover). Remove cover. Insert 4
x 1.5V “AA” or R6 size batteries. Alkaline
batteries recommended. Replace cover and
tighten screw.
CAUTION: TO AVOID BATTERY LEAKAGE
FOR USE WITH STANDARD GLASS SCREEN TV ONLY; NOT FOR USE WITH PROJECTION TV, HIGH DEFINITION
TV, OR PLASMA TV.
1.Be sure to insert the batteries correctly and always follow the toy and battery
manufacturers’ instructions;
2.Do not mix old and new batteries or alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or
rechargeable (nickel-cadmium) batteries;
3.Always remove weak or dead batteries from the product.
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NOTE: If the game malfunctions or “locks up,” you can reset the unit by sliding the ON/OFF switch to OFF,
waiting a few seconds, then sliding it back to ON.
2. Connect AV cable
BLASTER BUTTONS AND FEATURES
Connecting to a TV:
a. Insert the white plug into the audio-in jack (usually
white) on your TV.
b. Insert the yellow plug into the video-in jack (usually
yellow) on your TV.
Control Pad
NOTE: These jacks are normally found on the front of the
TV near the adjustment controls, or on the back of the TV
near the antenna and cable connections.
When there’s a directional arrow onscreen,
use control pad to move from one area to
another by pressing up, down, left and right.
AUDIO PLUG
(WHITE)
VIDEO INPUT
c. Turn on your TV.
Safety
AUDIO INPUT
d. Set your TV to the channel/video input mode directed
by your TV owner’s manual.
VIDEO PLUG
(YELLOW)
Press to pause or quit the game during play.
On/Off
Connecting to a VCR or DVD player:
Slide to turn game on and off.
a. Make sure the VCR or DVD player is properly connected to your TV.
b. Insert the white plug into the white audio-in jack on your VCR or DVD
player.
c. Insert the yellow plug into the yellow video-in jack on your VCR or
DVD player.
Main Trigger
DEMO
TV/VIDEO
- VOLUME +
- CHANNEL +
POWER
STEREO
TIMER/
STAND BY
d. Turn on your TV and VCR or DVD player.
e. Set your TV and VCR or DVD player to the channel/video input
mode directed by your TV, VCR or DVD player owner’s manuals.
(See Troubleshooting on p. 9, if necessary, for further information.)
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VIDEO 2 INPUT
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
R
Squeeze to shoot blaster; you can either
press and release for single shots or hold
down for rapid-fire action. Also use to
accept menu screen selections.
Secondary Trigger
Squeeze to launch thermal detonators or
concussion missiles when available.
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1.START
HOW TO PLAY
Object of the game: Defeat your opponents and complete all 10 missions.
You may replay missions in Arcade Mode to earn mission medals.
Slide the ON/OFF
switch to ON.
NOTE: You can select menu options
by pointing at them and squeezing the
main trigger.
When the title screen appears, pull the trigger to begin as directed on the screen.
This will take you to the Profile menu.
PROFILE MENU
Choose one of the three profiles. (If you would like to delete
a profile, select the profile you would like to delete and go to
OPTIONS section on p. 7.) You will then be taken to the Main
menu.
NOTE: Player profiles are saved by the game until you choose to
delete them.
MAIN MENU
Choose one of four options: START, MEDALS, OPTIONS and BACK.
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Select this option to go to the GAME MENU. From here, you will be
given 4 choices:
• New — select to start over from the first mission. If you have
cleared at least the first mission on this profile, you will be asked,
“Are you sure?” If you select “NO,” you will be returned to the Game
menu. If you select “YES,” any levels you achieved previously on this
profile will be cleared out and you will start back over at mission 1.
• Continue — select to continue the last mission that this profile left
off with.
• Arcade — select to replay missions that you have already
completed; this mode is especially useful for gaining mission
medals. When you scroll through the missions, the ones that you
can select will be highlighted in green. Point and shoot at the green
arrows at the bottom of the screen to scroll forward and backward
through the missions.
• Back — select to return to the Main menu.
2.MEDALS
Select to view the hall of medals. You can see which mission medals
you’ve gained and what you need to do to gain the others. To return
to the Main menu from here, point blaster at the green arrow at the
bottom of your screen and squeeze the main trigger to select it.
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3.OPTIONS
Select to delete a profile. Whichever profile you selected from the Profile
menu will be deleted.
4.BACK
Select to return to the title screen.
SCREEN INFORMATION
Power bars shown at the bottom of your screen keep track of your energy
level, the heat level of your weapon, and how many thermal detonators or
concussion missiles you have available to use.
NOTE: For best performance, stand 3–4 feet away from your TV while playing. Always be sure to
keep some slack in the cable, to avoid damaging your blaster or TV.
MISSIONS
There are 10 missions in the game. At the beginning of each mission,
you will be briefed on the goals and objectives of that mission. You must
complete each mission successfully before moving on to the next mission.
As the game proceeds, the level of difficulty increases, along with the
strength of the foes you face.
MISSION MEDALS
Earn mission medals for achieving certain specific objectives in each
mission. You can go to the hall of medals to view the mission medals
you’ve earned and find out the specific objectives needed to achieve
medals for other missions.
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Your Energy Level
This bar indicates your energy
level at any point during the
game. When it is completely
red, the game is over. You
can earn extra life energy by
blasting at life power-ups that
appear periodically throughout
gameplay. Watch for them!
Weapon Heat Level
This bar turns
red when your
blaster starts to
overheat. If it turns
completely red, your
blaster will work
very slowly until it
has a chance to
cool off.
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Detonator/Missile Indicator
This section shows how
many thermal detonators or
concussion missiles that are
available for you to use. You
can earn extra detonators
or missiles by blasting at
weapon power-ups that
appear periodically throughout
gameplay. Watch for them!
GAME OVER
If your energy level drops to zero before you complete a
mission, the game will end. You will be given two options:
• Continue — select to go back to the beginning of the last mission you failed
to complete.
• Quit — select to return to the Game menu.
AUTOMATIC SHUT-OFF
The game will shut off automatically after 10 minutes of non-use. Your
game will not be saved automatically during auto shutdown. The unit will
need to be turned OFF and back ON again to continue play; you may start a
new game or load a previously saved game.
• Check batteries: Make sure the batteries in the blaster are fresh and properly installed.
• Check TV channel: Your TV channel should be set to its auxiliary “gaming” channel. This is
usually indicated as “AUX,” “AV” or “VIDEO.” You may need to refer to your TV owner’s manual
to determine this.
To locate your auxiliary channel (usually one of the following channels: 2, 1, 0, 00, or 99), click
down from channel 3 until “LINE 1” or “LINE 2,” “VIDEO 1” or “VIDEO 2,” “FRONT,” “AUX, “AV,”
etc. appears on the screen. Then slide the ON/OFF switch on the blaster to ON. If you are on
the right channel, the game should come on.
If that didn’t work, look at your TV remote. There may be a button that takes you to the correct
channel. Look for a button labeled “Input,” “AUX,” “AV,” “Line,” “TV/VIDEO,” or “VIDEO.” If your
remote has one of these buttons, turn your TV to channel 3 and then hit that button. Then slide
the ON/OFF switch on the blaster to ON. The game should come on.
• Check VCR or DVD player connection: Your VCR or DVD player should be set to “AUX,” “AV” or
“VIDEO.” You may need to refer to your player’s owner’s manual to determine this.
• No picture: Try putting a videotape into your VCR, let it start to play, and then hit STOP. This
may give you a blue screen background. Then click down to the auxiliary channel on your TV.
TROUBLESHOOTING
If you do not see the legal screen and then the main title screen after
turning your TV and the unit ON:
• Check plugs and jacks: Make sure that the video and audio plugs are inserted into the
correct jacks on your TV, VCR or DVD player. Make sure that the TV, VCR or DVD player are
plugged in and turned on.
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If you do not get a blue screen, see if your TV and/or VCR has a main menu with an option for
a blue screen background. If you go into the main menu, you can usually change from “cable” to
“video” and get a blue screen.
If you have an older TV, you may find a “hidden door” on the TV that has color, picture, horizontal,
vertical, and antenna/cable buttons. If your TV does have these, press the antenna/cable
button to get a blue screen.
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