Emerson MS7625 Stereo System User Manual

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and CASSETTE RECORDER
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OWNER'S MANUAL
MS7625BL
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Thank you………………………………..
for purchasing this Emerson audio system. This compact unit has been designed
to take up a minimum of space, while still providing an AM/FM stereo radio, a compact
disc player and a cassette player/recorder. The CD player has a 19-track
programmable memory and high-speed music search. The cassette player/recorder
will record directly from the radio, or from the CD player. There is a pair of matching
stereo speakers for when you want to share the music with others, and a stereo
headphone jack for private listening.
Please read and review this manual completely to familiarize yourself with all the
features of your new audio system and please be sure to save this manual for
future reference. Your Warranty is located on the back page of this manual.
The serial number of your unit is located on a label on the back panel. We suggest
that you record the serial number in the space below for future reference.
Model No. MS7625BL
Serial No.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
APPAREIL Á LASER DE CLASSE 1
PRODUCTO LASER DE CLASE 1
CAUTION
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCKS
DEFEATED.
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
This product contains a low power Laser Device.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER(OR BACK). NO
USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
DANGEROUS VOLTAGE
Uninsulated Dangerous Voltage, that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons is
present within this product's enclosure.
ATTENTION
The Owner's Manual contains important operating and
maintenance instructions.
For your safety, it is necessary to refer to the manual.
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IMPORTANT NOTES
• Avoid installing this unit in places
exposed to direct sunlight or
close to heat radiating
appliances such as electric
heaters, on top of other stereo
equipment that radiates heat,
places lacking ventilation or
dusty areas, places subject to
constant vibration and/or humid
or moist areas.
• Do not attempt to clean this unit
with chemical solvents as this
might damage the finish. Use a
clean dry cloth.
• Operate controls and switches
as described in the manual.
• Before turning on the power,
make certain that the connecting
cor ds and power cor d ar e
properly installed.
• Store your cassette tapes and
CDs in a cool area to avoid
damage from heat.
• When moving the set, be sure
to first disconnect the power cord
and remove cords connected to
other equipment.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
FCC INFORMATION
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.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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.
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PREPARATION FOR USE
UNPACKING AND SET-UP
• Remove the main unit and speakers from the carton and remove all packing
materials from the components. Please save the carton and packing materials,
if possible, in case the unit ever needs to be returned for service. The original
carton and packing materials are the only way to protect the unit from damage
in transit.
• Remove any descriptive labels or stickers from the front or top of the units. Do
not remove any labels from the back or bottom of the units.
• Some systems are shipped with a paper/cardboard “disc” in the CD compartment.
The purpose of this “disc” is to prevent the delicate laser from moving during
shipment. Press the CD OPEN button to open the CD door. If there is any paper/
cardboard disc in the compartment, carefully remove and discard it now.
• Remove the twist-tie from the AC power cord and extend it to its full length.
• Unwind the FM lead wire antenna and extend it to its full length.
• Place the main unit in the desired location. It should be on a level surface,
convenient to an AC outlet, and away from direct sunlight or sources of heat,
dust, moisture or humidity. Do not block the ventilation slots on the back of the
main unit.
• Set the FM MODE (BEAT CUT) switch on the back panel to the STEREO
position, if necessary.
SPEAKER CONNECTION
• Connect the speakers before you plug the unit in.
• Unwind the speaker cords completely and connect the speaker plugs to the left/
right speaker jacks on the back panel.
• You may place the speakers alongside the main unit or separate them as far as
the cords will allow for maximum stereo separation.
Note: If you do place the speakers alongside the main unit, it is recommended to
allow a small gap between the unit and the speakers. This will reduce the
possibility of the CD player skipping when the set is played at high volume.
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• You may wrap any excess speaker wire around the wire holders on the back of
each speaker cabinet.
POWER SUPPLY
• After connecting the speakers and extending the FM lead wire antenna as
described above, you are ready to connect the AC plug to a 110 -120V 60Hz AC
outlet.
• This unit has a polarized AC plug with one wide blade and one narrow blade.
This plug will only fit into a matching polarized AC outlet. This is a safety feature
to reduce the possibility of electric shock. If this plug will not fit in your AC outlet,
you probably have an outdated non-polarized outlet. You should have your
outdated outlet changed by a qualified, licensed electrician. Do not file the wide
blade on the plug, or use an adapter to make the plug fit into your outlet. This
defeats the safety feature and could expose you to electric shock.
• This set is designed to operate on 110 -120V 60Hz AC house current only.
Operating this set on any other power supply may cause damage to the unit
which is not covered by your warranty.
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LOCATION OF CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
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FRONT PANEL
1. Cassette Keys (Behind Door)
REC; PLAY; REWIND; F.FWD;
STOP/EJECT; PAUSE.
2. Cassette Door.
3. Function Selector.
(CD; TAPE; RADIO)
4. VOLUME Control.
5. Band Selector (AM; FM)
6. CD REPEAT Button.
7. CD SKIP/SEARCH
/
Buttons.
8. CD STOP
Button.
9. TUNING Dial.
10. CD PROGRAM Indicator.
11. FM STEREO Indicator.
12. CD Door.
13. CD Door OPEN Button.
14. CD Track Number Display.
15. POWER ‘On’ Indicator.
16. CD PLAY/PAUSE Indicator.
17. CD REPEAT Indicator.
18. CD PLAY/PAUSE
Button.
19. TUNING Knob.
20. CD PROGRAM Button.
21. POWER On/Off Button.
BACK PANEL
22. FM MODE (STEREO/MONO);
BEAT CUT Switch.
23. External FM Wire Antenna.
24. SPEAKER Jacks.
25. PHONES(Stereo Headphone) Jack.
26. AC Power Cord.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
LISTENING TO THE RADIO
Notes:
• Make sure that the FM antenna is extended to its full length.
• Make sure that the FM MODE switch (on the back cabinet) is set to the STEREO
position.
1. Set the Function selector to ‘RADIO’.
2. Set the Band selector to the desired band, ‘AM’ or ‘FM’.
3. Press the POWER button to turn the unit ‘On’.
4. Tune to the desired station with the TUNING knob.
Note: If you tune to an FM station which is broadcasting in stereo, the FM STEREO
LED indicator comes on.
5. Adjust the VOLUME control to the desired level.
6. When you are finished listening, press the POWER button again to turn the unit
‘Off’. The POWER LED indicator goes off.
HINTS FOR BETTER RECEPTION
FM: The FM lead wire antenna on the back panel should be extended to its full
length. You may also have to vary the direction of this antenna until you find
the position that provides the best reception.
AM: The AM bar antenna is inside the cabinet of the main unit. You may need to
change the position of the main unit until you find the position that provides the
best reception for your favorite AM stations.
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PLAYING COMPACT DISCS
NORMAL PLAYBACK
1. Press the POWER button to turn the unit ‘On’. The POWER LED indicator comes
on.
2. Set the Function selector to CD. Two dashes “– –” appear in the CD display.
This indicates that there is no disc in the player, or that the player cannot read
the disc.
3. Press the CD door OPEN button.
4. Place a CD on the center spindle with the printed label side facing up and close
the CD door.
5. The player will read the Table of Contents on the disc and the display will show
the total number of tracks on the disc.
button. Playback will begin on Track 1. The
6. Press the CD PLAY/PAUSE
display shows the number of the track being played and the Play/Pause LED
Indicator “Dot” comes on.
7. Adjust the VOLUME control, as desired.
8. After the last track has been played, the disc stops and the display again shows
the total number of tracks on the disc. The LED Play/Pause Indicator “Dot” goes
off.
To stop playback before the disc ends, press the STOP button. The disc stops
immediately and the display shows the total number of tracks on the disc.
CD PAUSE CONTROL
To stop CD playback temporarily, press the PLAY/PAUSE
button again during
playback. The sound stops and the Play/Pause Indicator “Dot”, which follows the
track number, flashes to indicate you are in Pause mode. However, the disc
continues to spin. Press the PLAY/PAUSE
button once more to cancel Pause
and resume playback. The sound returns and the Play/Pause Indicator stops
flashing.
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TO BEGIN PLAYBACK FROM A SPECIFIC TRACK
1. Insert your disc and wait until the display shows the total number of tracks.
or Reverse
button until the desired track
2. Press either the Skip Forward
button to start
number flashes in the display. Then press the PLAY/PAUSE
playback on that track.
Note: You must press the PLAY/PAUSE
button within 4 seconds after selecting
the track number or the display will return to the total track number display.
TO SKIP TRACKS DURING PLAYBACK
button once during playback to skip to the beginning
• Press the Skip Forward
of the next track. Press repeatedly to skip to higher numbered tracks.
• Press the Skip Reverse
button once during playback to return to the beginning
of the current track. Press repeatedly to skip to lower numbered tracks.
HIGH-SPEED MUSIC SEARCH
This feature allows you to search forward or backward at high speed to locate a
specific musical passage within a track.
• To search forward or backward during playback, depress and hold the Skip/
Search Forward
or Reverse
buttons. The player moves forward or
backward at high-speed. Release the button when you locate the desired
passage. Normal playback resumes when the Search buttons are released.
Note: The volume is automatically reduced during high-speed search and returns
to normal when normal playback resumes.
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PROGRAMMED PLAYBACK
This feature allows you to program up to 19 tracks on a CD to play in any order
you desire. You can program the player to skip the tracks you do not like and to
repeat the tracks you do like.
Note: The CD player must be in the Stop mode in order to enter a program in the
Memory.
1. If the disc is playing, press the STOP
tracks appears on the display.
button so that the total number of
2. Press the PROGRAM button once. The
PROGRAM LED Indicator begins to
flash, and a flashing ‘Zero’ “0” appears
in the display.
PROGRAM
3. Press either the Skip Forward
or
Reverse
button to select the first
track you wish to program.
Example: Track # 7.
The selected track number flashes in
the display.
4. Press the PROGRAM button again to
enter the selected track number in the
program Memory. The track number
disappears and the flashing ‘Zero’ “0”
returns.
5. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 to continue
entering tracks in the program Memory.
You may program tracks to play more
than once, if desired. You can program
up to 19 tracks total.
PROGRAM
PROGRAM
6. When you have finished entering tracks in the program memory, press the
PLAY/PAUSE
button to begin programmed playback. The display will show
the track number of the first track you entered and playback will begin on that
track. The PROGRAM LED Indicator continues flashing until all the
programmed tracks have played. When the last track has played, the player
stops, the PROGRAM LED Indicator goes ‘Off’, and the display again shows
the total number of tracks on the disc.
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7. If you make a mistake while programming tracks, or to cancel the program
completely, press the PROGRAM button so that the PROGRAM LED Indicator
is flashing, and then press STOP button. The program may also be canceled
by opening the CD door, selecting another function, or switching the power’Off’.
REPEAT PLAYBACK
This feature allows you to repeat a single track, or the entire disc automatically.
• To repeat a single track:
Press the REPEAT button once. The “Dot” between the two digits of the track
number flashes. This indicates you selected the ‘Repeat One’ Mode. Now
select the desired track with the Skip Forward
or Reverse
buttons,
and press PLAY/PAUSE
button to begin playback. The selected track will
be repeated continuously.
• To repeat the entire disc:
Press the REPEAT button twice. The “Dot” between the two digits of the track
number stays ‘On’. This indicates you selected the ‘Repeat All’ Mode. Press the
PLAY/PAUSE
button to begin playback. The entire disc will be repeated
continuously.
Note: The Repeat Playback feature can be activated while the disc is stopped,
or while the disc is playing.
• To cancel the Repeat Mode, press the REPEAT button until the Repeat Indicator
“Dot” goes “off’. You can also cancel Repeat Mode by pressing the STOP
button, or by switching the Power ‘Off’.
PROGRAM REPEAT
You may also repeat the tracks which you have entered in the Program Memory.
First enter the desired tracks in the Program Memory.
See ‘PROGRAMMED PLAYBACK’ Instructions.
Before you press the PLAY/PAUSE
button to start the program, press the
REPEAT button twice, then press PLAY/PAUSE
button. Your programmed
tracks will be repeated continuously.
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PLAYING A CASSETTE TAPE
1. Set the Function selector to the ‘TAPE’ position.
2. Push the POWER button to turn the unit ‘On’. The POWER LED ‘On’ Indicator
comes on.
3. Open the cassette control key cover. The finger notch is on the right side of the
cabinet.
4. Press the STOP/EJECT
key to open the cassette door..
5. Insert a prerecorded cassette into the slots on the cassette door, with the
exposed tape facing down and the full reel on the left. Close the cassette door.
6. Press the PLAY
desired.
key to begin playback and adjust the volume control, as
• To advance or rewind the tape rapidly, press the F. FWD
or REWIND
keys. When you reach the desired point on the tape, press the PLAY
key to
resume normal playback.
• To stop the tape momentarily, press the PAUSE
cancel Pause and resume playback.
key. Press again to
• To stop the tape before it ends, press the STOP/EJECT
to open the cassette door to remove your tape.
key. Press again
7. When the tape ends, the Auto Stop mechanism releases the PLAY
key and
key to open the cassette door
stops the tape motor. Press STOP/EJECT
and remove your tape.
Note: The Auto Stop mechanism only functions in the PLAY and RECORD modes.
It does not stop the mechanism and motor in the F. FWD or REWIND modes.
You must press the STOP button to cancel F. FWD or REWIND operation
and shut the motor off.
8. When you are finished listening, press the POWER button to shut the system
‘Off’. The Power ‘On’ Indicator goes off.
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MAKING A TAPE RECORDING
You can record directly from the Radio or CD player to the cassette recorder.
1. Press the POWER button to switch the system ‘On’. The Power ‘On’ Indicator
comes on.
2. Select the source you wish to record, Radio or CD, and follow the instructions
for that function.
3. Press the STOP/EJECT
button to open the cassette door. Insert a good
quality blank cassette into the slots on the door with the exposed tape facing
down and the full reel on the left side. Close the cassette door.
4. When you are ready to begin recording, press the RECORD
key will also engage and recording begins.
key. The PLAY
Y
• This system features an Automatic Level Control (ALC) recording volume
circuit which controls the recording volume to prevent distortion. The main
volume control has no effect on the recording. You may raise or lower the
VOLUME control during the recording or shut it off completely, if desired.
key to stop the recording temporarily to avoid
• You can use the PAUSE
recording unwanted material, such as radio commercials.
5. When you are finished recording, press the STOP/EJECT
the tape and, again, to open the cassette door.
key once to stop
IMPORTANT NOTES ABOUT RECORDING
• Do not force the RECORD button. If it does not engage easily, your cassette
may have a missing erase prevention tab.
Refer to the section on “ABOUT CASSETTE TAPES” for more information.
• When you record over previously recorded material, the original material is erased
as the new material is recorded.
• Use good quality, brand-name blank tapes for recording. However, do not use
“Metal” or “CrO2 (Chrome)” tape formulations in this recorder.
• When recording from AM radio, you may experience an oscillation or ‘Beating’
noise. If this occurs, set the FM MODE/BEAT CUT switch on the back panel to
the opposite position.
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STEREO HEADPHONE JACK
The stereo headphone jack is located on the back panel. Connect a set of stereo
headphones (not included) with a 3.5 mm mini plug to this jack for private listening.
The speakers shut off automatically when headphones are connected to the
headphone jack.
When using headphones, reduce the volume to a low level before you connect
the headphones. Then connect the headphones, put them on, and gradually
increase the volume to a comfortable level.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
ABOUT CASSETTE TAPES
Whenever you record on a cassette any previously recorded material is erased
as the new material is accorded. To prevent you from accidentally erasing material
which you wish to save, blank cassettes are equipped with erase prevention tabs
for each side of the tape. If the erase prevention tab for side A is removed, you
cannot accidentally record on side A. The record key cannot be depressed if the
erase prevention tab on the cassette has been removed.
To prevent accidental erasing on side A of a cassette use a small screw driver or
similar tool to break off the erase prevention tab for side A, this prevents the
record key from locking.
A
A
COVER OPENING WITH TAPE
IN ORDER TO RECORD AGAIN.
TAB FOR SIDE A.
If later you do wish to record on side A of the cassette, cover the tab opening with
a piece of cellophane tape. This will allow the record key to function again.
CASSETTE CARE
Two common causes of trouble experienced when using cassettes are:
1.) Tape jamming — Leading to uneven speed in playback, and
2.) Tape tangling — Where the tape wraps itself around vital parts of themechanism.
To reduce the likelihood of these problems occurring, the following precautions
should be observed:
• Check that there are no loose layers of tape visible
through the cassette center window (see Fig. 1).
Take up any loose layers, using a pencil or hexagonal
barrelled ballpoint pen, before inserting the cassette
into the machine (see Fig. 2).
• If the cassette feels “tight” while performing operation
shown (see Fig. 2), the tape may be jamming due to
“ridges” formed in the winding of the tape (visible
through the center window). These may be removed,
in most cases, by fast winding of the cassette from
one end to the other and back again.
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• Use only well-known brands of tape. Avoid use of C-120 cassettes.
Furthermore, do not expose cassettes to direct sunlight, dust or oil, and do not
touch the tape surfaces.
HEAD CLEANING
The tape heads, pinch roller and capstan require periodic cleaning. This removes
particles of the metal oxide coating that wear off the tape and accumulate on these parts
and impair performance. Switch off the power, press the STOP/EJECT key to open the
cassette door, and press the PLAY key. Clean the tape heads, pinch roller and capstan
with a soft cloth or cotton pad dampened in isopropyl alcohol or special tape head
cleaner.
COMPACT DISC CARE
• To remove a disc from its storage case, press down on the center of the case
and lift the disc outs, holding it carefully by the edges.
• Fingerprints and dust should be carefully wiped off the disc’s recorded surface
with a soft cloth.Unlike conventional records, compact discs have no grooves to
collect dust and microscopic debris, so gently wiping with a soft cloth should
remove most particles. Wipe in a straight line from the inside to the outside of
the disc. Small dust particles and light stains will have absolutely no effect on
reproduction quality.
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• Clean the disc periodically with a soft, lint-free, dry cloth. Never use detergents
or abrasive cleaners to clean the disc. If necessary, use a CD cleaning kit.
• Never write on or affix labels to the surface of compact discs.
CARE OF THE CABINETS
• If the cabinets become dusty wipe them with a soft dry dust cloth. Do not use
any wax or polish sprays on the cabinets.
• If the front panel becomes dirty or smudged with fingerprints it may be cleaned
with a soft cloth slightly dampened with a mild soap and water solution. Never
use abrasive cloths or polishes as these will mar the finish of your unit.
CAUTION:
Never allow any water or other liquids to get inside the unit while cleaning.
TO FIND THE LOCATION AND PHONE
NUMBER OF YOUR NEAREST SERVICE
CENTER PERMITTED TO PERFORM
WARRANTY...
SERVICE
CALL TOLL FREE: 1-800-695-0098
FOR ADDITIONAL SET-UP OR OPERATING ASSISTANCE
PLEASE CALL:
1-972-884-2350
FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE,PLEASE WRITE TO:
Emerson Radio Corp.
Consumer Affairs Dept.,
1901 Diplomat Drive,
Farmers Branch, TX 75234.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Should this unit exhibit a problem, check the following before seeking
service.
Symptom
Radio
Possible Cause
Solution
Noise or sound
distorted on AM or
Station not tuned properly for
AM or FM.
Retune the AM or FM
broadcast station.
FM broadcasts.
FM: Wire antenna is not
extended.
Extend FM Wire antenna.
AM: The bar antenna is not
positioned correctly.
Reposition the unit until
best reception is obtained.
FM STEREO indicator
does not light.
The FM is mono or too weak.
Retune to a FM STEREO
strong station.
AM or FM, no sound.
Function switch is not set to
RADIO.
Set Function switch to
RADIO.
Volume at minimum.
Increase Volume.
Function switch is not set to
TAPE.
Set the Function switch to
TAPE.
Sound distorted.
Volume at minimum.
Dirty head.
Increase Volume.
Clean the head.
Speed varies.
Tape old or worn.
Replace the tape.
Dirty roller and capstan.
Clean roller and capstan.
Cassette Player
No sound.
Cassette Recorder
Will not record.
Distorted sound on
Erase prevention tab removed. Cover hole with tape.
Defective tape or dirty tape
Replace tape or clean
playback.
Compact Disc Player
head.
tape head.
CD Player will not
play.
Function switch is not set to
CD.
Set Function switch to CD.
CD is not installed or
installed incorrectly.
Insert CD with Iabel side
up.
Disc is dirty or scratched.
Wipe disc with cloth or use
another disc.
CD skips while playing.
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EMERSON RADIO CORP.
LIMITED WARRANTY
What does this warranty cover ? Any manufacturing defects in original material, including
original parts and workmanship, under normal use and conditions.
For how long? For a period of ninety (90) days from the date of original purchase in the U.S.
What will we do ? If you need service under this Warranty, and you provide us with the dated proof
of purchase, we will provide repair service at no charge for labor and parts at an authorized Depot Repair
Facility, or replace the product in our discretion.
How do you make your warranty claim ? If it becomes necessary to repair your unit, you can
obtain the name and mailing location of a Depot Repair Facility by dialing 1-800-695-0098. You should
pack your unit in a well-padded heavy corrugated box, enclose your check or money order payable to the
Depot Repair Facility in the amount of $9.00 to cover the return shipping and handling costs, and enclose
a copy of your proof of purchase (warranty service will not be provided without a dated proof of purchase).
Finally, you should ship the unit prepaid via UPS or parcel post (insured).
What does your warranty not cover ? Your warranty does not cover the following :
· Damage from negligence, misuse, abuse, accident, or failure to follow operating instructions.
· Use of product in a commercial application or rentals.
· Changes or repairs by anyone other than an authorized Depot Repair Facility.
· Damage because your unit is improperly connected to the equipment of other manufacturers.
· Unit on which the serial number has been defaced, modified or removed.
· Damage to equipment not properly connected to the product.
· Cost incurred in shipping your unit to and from an authorized Depot Repair Facility.
· Ordinary adjustments which you can perform as outlined in the owner’s manual.
· Signal reception problems caused by external antenna or cable systems.
· Products purchased, used, serviced, or damaged outside of the United States.
· Damage to compact discs or cassettes.
What other limitations apply to your warranty ?
THIS WARRANTY IS NON-TRANSFERABLE AND APPLIES ONLY TO THE ORIGINAL
PURCHASER AND DOES NOT EXTEND TO SUBSEQUENT OWNERS OF THE PRODUCT.
THIS WARRANTY IS VALID ONLY IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. ANY
AP P LIC AB LE I MP LI ED WAR RANTIE S, I NC LU DI NG THE WAR RANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO A PERIOD OF THE EXPRESSED
WARRANTY AS PROVIDED ABOVE BEGINNING WITH THE DATE OF ORIGINAL
PURCHASE AT RETAIL AND NO WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED,
SHALL APPLY TO THE PRODUCT THEREAFTER. WE MAKE NO WARRANTY AS TO THE
FITNESS OF THE PRODUCT FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE.
THE EXTENT OF OUR LIABILITY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS THE REPAIR
OR REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE AND IN NO EVENT WILL OUR LIABILITY
EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY THE PURCHASER OF THE PRODUCT. UNDER
NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL WE BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS, DIRECT, INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE ARISING OUT OF OR IN
CONNECTION WITH THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT.
How does state law apply to your warranty ?
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, BUT YOU MAY ALSO HAVE
OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW
LIMITATIONS ON IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE, SO THESE RESTRICTIONS MAY NOT
APPLY TO YOU.
AU898F
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MS7625_ib.p65
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EMERSON RADIO CORP.
EMERSON
Part No. : 16-2812
102-01
MS7625_ib.p65
Printed in China
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