COBY electronic CX-CD249 Cordless Saw User Manual

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
CX-CD249
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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PORTABLE CD
RADIO CASSETTE RECORDER
WARNING: To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain
or moisture. This equipment must be disconnected from the mains
when not in use.
Dripping warning: The product shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing
and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall
be placed on the product.
Ventilation warning: The normal ventilation of the product shall not be impeded
for intended use.
Read these instructions carefully.
Keep these instructions for future reference.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not expose to water or moisture.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
Keep objects away from ventilation openings. Do not block any ventilation openings
at any time.
8) Do not install near any heat sources such as stoves, computer towers, amplifiers or
any apparatus that produce heat.
9) Do not force the power plug in the wall outlet. A polarized plug as two blades with
one wider than the other. The wide blade is provided for your safety. If the
provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of
the obselete outlet.
10) Place the power cord so that it is protected from being walked on, pinched by
objects, torn and exposed to liquids, especially at plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the product.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. Use of attachments/
accessories not recommended by the product manufacturer may cause hazards.
12) Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer,
or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/
apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13) Unplug the apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of
time.
14) Do not use this apparatus near water, and no objects filled with liquids, such as
vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
15) Refer all servicing to authorized service personnel.
For recycling or disposal information about this product, please contact your local
authorities or the Electronics Industries Alliance: www.eiae.org
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LOCATION OF CONTROLS
POWER SUPPLY AND CONNECTION
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Battery Operation
– Remove the battery compartment cover.
– Insert 8 x "C" batteries (UM-2 or equivalent) with the
correct polarity as indicated inside the compartment.
– Replace the cover.
Note: Check your batteries regularly, old or dead batteries
should be replaced. If the unit is not going to be used
for a long time or is being run exclusively on AC
power, remove the batteries to avoid leakage and
damage.
To remove batteries from the compartment, open the
cover and simply shake the unit gently.
AC Operation
Take the supplied AC power cord and connect the
corresponding ends to the AC socket and the household
outlet. Make sure the voltage is compatible.
Note: If you unplug the AC power cord from the AC socket
or from the unit, the unit will operate from DC power.
RADIO OPERATION
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Handle
CD Compartment
Antenna
Tuning Indicator
Band Switch
Repeat Button (CD)
Random Button (CD)
Next/Fast Forward Button
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Program Button (CD)
Play/Pause Button (CD)
Function Switch
Volume Knob
Pause Button (Tape)
Stop/Eject Button (Tape)
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Fast Forward Button (Tape)
Rewind Button (Tape)
Play Button (Tape)
Record Button (Tape)
Previous/Fast Backward
Button (CD)
Stop Button (CD)
Speaker
Cassette Door
FM Stereo Indicator
LED Display
Tuning Dial
AC Socket
Headphone Jack
Battery Compartment
Operation
– Set the Function Switch to the “RADIO” position.
– Select the desired radio frequency band with the Band
Switch.
– Rotate the Tuning Dial to set the Tuning Indicator to the
station frequency as marked on the tuning scale.
– Adjust the Volume Knob to the desired level. To turn off
the radio, set the Function Switch to the “TAPE” position
without the Play Button pressed.
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Antenna
For FM stations, extend the Telescopic Antenna to full length,
adjust the angle and direction for the best reception. You may
have to orientate the set to obtain the clearest reception.
CASSETTE RECORDER OPERATION
Playback
– Set the Function Switch to the “TAPE” position.
– Insert a cassette tape.
– Press the Play Button to start playback.
– Adjust the Volume Knob to the appropriate level as desired.
– Press the Stop/Eject Button when finished.
– Stop/Eject Button: During operation, press to stop all deck
operation. Press again to open the Cassette Door.
– Fast Forward Button/Rewind Button: Press to fast
forward or rewind.
– Play Button: Press to start playback.
– Pause Button: Press to stop tape operation temporarily.
Press again to resume the tape operation.
– Record Button: Press together with Play Key to start
recording.
Recording
Insertion and Removal of Cassette
– Press the Stop/Eject Button to open the Cassette Door.
– Put your cassette tape in the holder with the exposed
section facing up and the playback side facing you.
– Close the Cassette Door securely before starting. When
finished, press Stop/Eject Key to open the holder and
retrieve your cassette.
Note: Before inserting a cassette, take up any slack tape by
turning the tape spool. If the spool feels tight, this
could be due to ridges formed in the tape. This can
usually be overcome by fast winding the cassette to
the end and back again. Use only well known brands of
tape and avoid the use of C120’s. Do not expose
cassettes to direct sunlight, dust or oil.
B. Recording from a CD
– Set the Function Switch to the “CD” position.
– Put a disc into the CD compartment, then close the
compartment.
– Press the Play Button to start playing the CD.
– Press both the Play Button and Record Button together to
start recording.
– Press the Stop/Eject Button when finished.
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A. Recording from the Radio
– Set the Function Switch to the “RADIO” position and tune
to the desired station.
– Insert a cassette tape.
– Press both the Play Button and the Record Button together
to start recording.
– Press the Stop/Eject Button when finished.
PLAYING A COMPACT DISC
Getting Started
1. Set the Function Switch to the “CD” position. Put a disc
into the compartment then close the door.
2. The display will show the total number of tracks on the
disc.
3. Do not swing or shock the unit when playing CD, otherwise
it may not function properly.
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General Operation
SPECIAL FEATURES
Play/Pause Button
Press once to start playback. The
indicator on the right will turn on.
Press again to stop playing the disc REPEAT
temporarily. The indicator on the right
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will flash. Press once more to resume
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playback.
Stop Button
Press to stop playback. The total number of tracks will be
shown.
Next/Fast Forward Button
Press and release to go to the next track. Press and hold to
fast forward the current track.
Previous/Fast Backward Button
Press and release to go back to the beginning of the current
track. Press twice to go back to the previous track. Press
and hold to fast backward the current track.
Repeat 1
Press the Repeat Button once, the track number shown will
be repeated. The indicator on the left will flash.
Repeat All
Press the Repeat Button twice, all tracks will be repeated. The
indicator on the left will turn on. Press again to resume
normal playback. The indicator on the left will turn off.
Program Button
In the stop mode, press the Program Button, the track
number on the display will flash. Use the Next/Previous
Buttons to choose the tracks you wish to program, then press
the Program Button again to finish the first track
programming.
Repeat the above steps to program more tracks. Maximum of
20 tracks can be programmed. Press the Play Button to start,
the tracks will play in the programmed order.
To clear the program memory, press the Stop Button.
Auto Stop
When the end of the tape is reached while playing or
recording, the motor is switched off and the buttons released.
This feature does not work for “Rewind” or “Fast Forward”,
and the Stop Button must be pressed when the cassette
spools (visible through the window) stop turning.
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Automatic Level Control (ALC)
This unit has built-in ALC circuitry, which automatically adjusts
the optimum recording level.
MAINTENANCE & CARE
1. Check your batteries regularly, old or dead batteries should
be replaced. If the unit is not going to be used for a long
time or is being run exclusively on AC power, remove the
batteries to avoid leakage and damage.
2. Electronic products of this kind should never be subjected
to extreme temperatures or high humidity to ensure normal
functioning and a long life-time. For instance, this set
should not be placed in bathing areas, nor close to stoves
and radiators.
3. If necessary, clean the unit with a piece of cloth dampened
with water only. (Be sure the AC Power Cord is
disconnected from the outlet.) Never use a polish nor a
strong detergent as this will damage the finish of the
cabinet.
4. The heads and capstan are in constant contact with the
moving tape. If dirt or dust adheres to them, deterioration
of performance, such as sound decrease, distortion or
fluctuation will result. Use a small cotton bud with alcohol
or special tape head cleaner to clean these parts. Never
touch the heads with anything Metallic.
Prop. 65 Warning: Handling the coated electrical wires of this product exposes
you to lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth
defects and other reproductive harm. Wash hands after use.