User`s guide | Ford 9 Automobile User Manual

 In the dictionary, goes to the
word entry screen. In the
calculator, clears all entries. In
the converter and databank,
goes to its main menu.
clear
MWD-465
Direction Keys
Moves in the indicated direction.
Merriam-Webster’s
Intermediate Dictionary
Goes to the next entry.
Goes to the previous entry.
Note: The flashing arrows on the right of
the screen show which arrow keys you
can press to move around menus or view
more text.
with Spell Correction
Combination Keys
User’s Guide
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Please read the following safety warnings
and precautions before using your device.
Note: If this device is to be used by young
children, this User’s Guide should be read to
them by an adult and their use of the device
should be monitored. Failure to do so may
cause injury.
1. Getting Started
1.1 Using for the First Time
Your device is powered by two CR-2032,
3-volt lithium batteries. Before using the
device, gently pull the battery insulation
tab to remove it. Use a paper clip to
gently press the RESET button on the
back of the device. See “Resetting Your
Device” for details. Warning! Pressing
the reset button with more than light
pressure may permanently disable your
unit.
• Rechargeable batteries are only to be
charged under adult supervision.
• Only batteries of the same or equivalent
type as recommended are to be used.
• The supply terminals are not to be shortcircuited.
• Do not expose batteries to direct heat or try
to take batteries apart. Follow the battery
manufacturer’s instructions for battery use.
• Always remove a weak or dead battery
from the device.
• To avoid damage caused by leakage of
the battery fluid, replace the battery or
batteries once every two years regardless
of how much the device has been used
during that time.
• Should a battery leak, the device may
become damaged. Clean the battery
compartment immediately, avoiding
contact with your skin.
• Keep batteries out of reach of small
children. If swallowed, consult a physician
immediately.
1.3 Key Guide
1.2 Installing/Replacing the
Batteries
Your MWD-460A is powered by two
CR-2032, 3-volt batteries. Follow these
instructions to install/replace them.
1. Turn the unit off and turn it over.
2. Gently push down on the tab under
the battery cover and flip the unit to
allow the cover to drop out.
Do not force the cover.
3. Remove the old batteries one at a
time.
Use a paper clip, if necessary, to
remove the old batteries.
Warning! When changing the
batteries, please remove and replace
one battery at a time. If you remove
both batteries at once, you may lose
any information you entered.
4. Install the batteries following
the +/- markings in the battery
compartment.
Important: Be sure that the batteries
are installed correctly. Wrong polarity
may damage the unit.
5. Replace the battery cover.
Warning!! If the batteries wear out
completely, if you take more than a few
seconds while changing the batteries,
or if you remove both batteries at the
same time, any user-entered information
may be erased. You should always
keep written copies of your important
information.
Battery Precautions
• CAUTION: Risk of explosion if battery is
replaced by an incorrect type.
• Dispose of used batteries according to the
instructions.
• Different types of batteries or new and
used batteries should not be mixed.
• Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be
re-charged. Never recharge batteries that
come with the device.
• Rechargeable batteries are to be removed
from the device before being charged.
1
3
2
Hold down the first key while pressing
the second.
cap + At a dictionary entry, goes to
the top or bottom of an entry.
or
At menus, goes to the top or
bottom of a list.
cap + At the word entry screen, types
an asterisk to stand for a series
?*
of letters in a word. In games,
gives a hint or shuffles the
letters.
Calculator Keys
Q–P
Types numbers.
A(1/x) Calculates a reciprocal.
S(√x) Calculates a square root.
D(x2) Squares a number.
F(%)
Calculates a percentage.
G(.)
Inserts a decimal point.
H(+),J(-)Adds, subtracts, multiplies or
K(x),L(÷) divides numbers.
Z(+/-) Changes the number on the
screen to a negative or positive
number.
X(m+) Adds the number on the screen
to the number stored in the
memory.
C(m–) Subtracts the number on the
screen from the number stored
in the memory.
V(mr) Recalls the number stored in the
memory.
B(mc) Clears the memory.
2. Finding Definitions
1) Main Keys
2) Function Keys
3) Direction Keys
Main Keys
Turns the device on or off.
dict Goes to the dictionary.
thes Goes to a word’s thesaurus
entry. If there is no active word,
goes to the word entry screen.
learn Goes to the Learning Exercises
menu.
games Goes to the Games menu.
org Cycles through the databank,
calculator, and the converter.
clock Toggles between the home and
world clocks.
Function Keys
Shifts to type capital letters and
punctuation marks.
help Displays a help message.
Goes to the Confusables® list. At
?*
the word entry screen, types a ?
to stand for a letter in a word. At
a menu, displays a menu item.
At a dictionary entry, displays
the headword. In games, reveals
the word and forfeits the game.
back Backs up, erases a letter, or turns
off the highlight at an entry.
space At menus and dictionary entries,
pages down. At the Entry screen,
types a space.
menu Goes to the main menu.
enter Enters a word, selects an item, or
begins a highlight in an entry.
cap
It’s easy to look up a word in this
dictionary. Simply type it in at the word
entry screen.
1. Press DICT.
2. Type a word (for example, study).
To erase a letter, press BACK.
To type a capital, hold CAP and press
a letter key.
To look up a hyphenated word, type a
space in place of the hyphen.
3. Press ENTER to view the definition.
If a word has a thesaurus entry, thes
will flash in the upper right of the
screen. Press THES to view the word’s
thesaurus entry.
If a word has Confusables®, conf
will flash in the upper right of the
screen. Confusables are homonyms
and spelling variants that are easy
to confuse. Press ? to view any
Confusables.
Press LEARN to add the word to My
Word List.
4.Press or SPACE to scroll down
through the definition.
5. Press NEXT or PREV to view the next
or previous definition.
6. Press CLEAR to return to the word
entry screen.
2.1 Understanding Definitions
Entries may consist of headwords,
pronunciation information, parts of
speech, and definitions. Other forms of
the word may follow the headword. After
a definition, you may see a list of usage
examples.
2.2 Choosing Multiple Forms
Some words in the dictionary and
thesaurus have more than one form (e.g.
resume, resumé, résumé). When the word
you are looking up has multiple forms,
the different forms appear in a list. Use
or to highlight the form you want and
press ENTER to see its entry. To go back
to the Multiple Forms list, press BACK.
3. Finding Thesaurus Entries
You can find thesaurus entries from
definitions and correction lists. If a
headword or highlighted word has a
corresponding thesaurus entry, thes will
flash in the upper right of the screen.
1. Press DICT.
2. Type a word (for example, complete)
and press ENTER.
To erase a letter, press BACK.
To type a capital, hold CAP and press
a letter key.
To look up a hyphenated word, type a
space in place of the hyphen.
3. Press THES to view the thesaurus
entry.
Note: You can also press THES after
you type a word at the word entry
screen to go directly to a thesaurus
entry, if available.
If a word has Confusables®, conf
will flash in the upper right of the
screen. Confusables are homonyms
and spelling variants that are easy
to confuse. Press ? to view any
Confusables.
Press LEARN to add the word to My
Word List.
4.Press or SPACE to scroll down
through the entry.
5. Press NEXT or PREV to view the next
or previous entry, if available.
6. Press CLEAR to return to the word
entry screen.
3.1 Understanding Thesaurus
Entries
Entries may consist of headwords, parts
of speech, and a brief definition. Entries
may also contain groups of synonyms,
antonyms, idioms, and classmates.
Synonyms are words that have similar
meanings, e.g., happy/joyous. Antonyms
are words that have the opposite
meaning of the word being defined, e.g.,
happy/miserable. Idioms are common
phrases and usages related to the word
being defined, e.g., happy/full of cheer.
Classmates are words that are related in
some way to the word being defined, e.g.,
octagon/triangle; rectangle; pentagon....
4. Correcting Misspellings
If you misspell a word, don’t worry. It will
be corrected automatically. You can even
spell it phonetically.
1. Type a misspelled word (for
example, chear).
To erase a letter, press BACK.
2. Press ENTER.
If there is more than one word in the
correction list, you see the list. If there
is only one correct word, you go to the
definition.
3.Press or to highlight a
correction.
4. Press ENTER to view its dictionary
entry.
Press THES to view its thesaurus
entry, if available. Press ? to view
Confusables®, if available.
To go back to the correction list, press
BACK.
5. Press CLEAR when finished.
5. Finding Confusables®
Confusables® are homonyms and spelling
variants that are easy to confuse. If a
headword or highlighted word has
Confusables, conf will flash in the upper
right of the screen.
1. Type a word (for example, rain) and
press ENTER.
2. Press ?.
Confusables are displayed with
identifying words.
3. Press ENTER to highlight the first
word.
4.Press or to move the highlight
to the word you want.
5. Press ENTER to search for a
definition.
6. Press CLEAR to return to the word
entry screen.
6. Finding a Letter in a Word
If you are uncertain about how to spell a
word, type a question mark (?) in place of
each unknown letter.
1. Press DICT.
2. Type a word with ?s (for example,
st??y).
3. Press ENTER.
2. My Word List is highlighted. Press
ENTER to select it.
3.Press or to highlight Add a
Word, if necessary, and press ENTER.
4. Type a word.
5. Press ENTER to add the word.
6. Press CLEAR when done.
9.2 Adding Words from the
Word Entry Screen
You can add words to My Word List
directly from the word entry screen.
1. Press CLEAR.
2. Press DICT, if necessary, to go to the
word entry screen.
3. Type the word you want to add
to your word list (for example,
understanding).
4. Press LEARN.
Your selection is included in the menu
item.
4. Press Y to erase the list or press N to
cancel.
3.Press or to highlight a new skill
level.
4. Press ENTER to save the new level.
Or press BACK to return to the Games
menu without changing the skill level.
10. Using the SAT® Word List
12.2 Selecting a Game
The SAT® word list is available to you to
review and learn English words like those
you might find on the Scholastic Aptitude
Test.
1. Press LEARN.
2.Press or to highlight SAT® Word
List and press ENTER.
Press SPACE or to scroll through
the SAT® word list. You can also type a
letter to go to the first word beginning
with that letter. For example, type gre
to highlight gregarious.
In the Games menu, use or to
highlight the game you want and then
press ENTER.
Press ENTER at any word to view
its definition. Press THES to view its
thesaurus entry, if available. Press
BACK to return to the list.
* SAT is a registered trademark of the College Entrance
Examination Board, which was not involved in the
production of, and does not endorse, this product.
11. Using Learning Exercises
4.Press or to move the highlight
to the word you want and press
ENTER to view its definition.
5. Press CLEAR when finished.
5. Press ENTER to add the word.
6. Press CLEAR to return to the word
entry screen.
6.1 Word Finding Tips
You can also add words to My Word List
from definitions and correction lists. First
highlight a word and then press LEARN.
Add “your word” will be highlighted. Press
ENTER to add the word.
You can also use ?s to help solve
crossword puzzles. For example, you
can search for a five-letter word whose
second letter is h and last letter is w. Enter
?h??w to see possible answers.
7. Finding a Series of Letters
To find prefixes, suffixes, and other parts
of words, type an asterisk (✽) in a word.
Each asterisk stands for a series of letters.
Note: If you type an asterisk at the
beginning of a word, it may take a little
while to find the matching words.
1. Type a word with an asterisk (for
example, intra✽).
To type an asterisk, hold CAP and
press ?.
2. Press ENTER.
3.Press or to move the highlight
to the word you want and press
ENTER to view its definition.
4. Press CLEAR when finished.
8. Highlighting Words
Another way to look up words is by
highlighting them in dictionary entries,
thesaurus entries or word lists. Then
you can find their definitions, thesaurus
entries, Confusables®, or add them to My
Word List.
1. At any text, press ENTER to start the
highlight.
To turn the highlight off, press BACK.
2. Press the arrow keys to highlight a
word.
3. Do one of the following:
To …
Press …
define the word
ENTER
view a thesaurus entry THES
view Confusables
?
add to My Word List
LEARN
9. Using My Word List
You can save up to 40 words in My Word
List for personal study or review. My Word
List is saved between sessions unless your
batteries run out of power or your device
is reset.
9.1 Adding Words from the
Learning Exercises Menu
1. Press LEARN.
Adding Highlighted Words
Adding Words Not in This
Dictionary
When you add a word not in this
dictionary, you have two options: Add
Anyway and Cancel. Use or to
highlight the option you want and then
press ENTER.
Caution: Adding words that are not in
this dictionary uses considerably more
memory than adding words that are. If
you add only words that are not in this
dictionary, My Word List may contain as
few as 10 words.
9.3 Viewing My Word List
1. Press LEARN.
2. My Word List is highlighted. Press
ENTER to select it.
View List: ... will be highlighted.
Note: View List: Empty is displayed and
Add a Word is highlighted if the list is
empty.
3. Press ENTER to view the list.
4. Press SPACE or to read the list.
5. Press ENTER to view the highlighted
word’s dictionary entry.
9.4 Removing a Word from My
Word List
1. Press LEARN.
2. My Word List is highlighted. Press
ENTER to select it.
3.Press or to highlight Delete a
Word.
4. Press ENTER.
5.Press or to highlight to the
word you want to delete and press
ENTER.
The message “Word deleted” appears
on the screen and the word is
removed from My Word List.
You can test your spelling skills and
improve your vocabulary with Learning
Exercises.
11.1 Spelling Bee
1. Press LEARN.
2.Press or to highlight Spelling
Bee and press ENTER.
1. Press LEARN.
2. My Word List is highlighted. Press
ENTER to select it.
3.Press or to highlight Erase the
List and then press ENTER.
During any game you can read
instructions by pressing HELP.
In any game, except Tic-Tac-Toe, you can
get a hint by holding CAP and pressing
? or reveal the game word or words by
pressing ?.
Note: If you reveal the game word or
words, you lose the round.
12.4 Hangman
Dictionary Hangman uses all the words
in the dictionary for the game. SAT®
Hangman uses only the words in the SAT®
word list and My Word List Hangman uses
the words you entered in My Word List. The
rules for all three games are the same.
Hangman selects a mystery word and
challenges you to guess it letter by letter.
The letters of the mystery word are
hidden by question marks. The number of
guesses remaining is indicated by #s.
Type letters that you think are in the
mystery word. If you are correct, the letter
appears in place of the corresponding
question mark or marks. Hold CAP and
press ? to reveal a letter. Press ? to end a
round and reveal the word. Press DICT
to see the definition of the word. Press
BACK to return to Hangman.
You can choose My Spelling Bee which
uses words from My Word List or SAT®
Spelling Bee which uses words from
the SAT® word list.
3.Press or to highlight the one
you want and press ENTER.
A word will flash on the screen for you
to spell.
4. Type in the word you just saw and
press ENTER to see if you spelled it
correctly.
5. Press ENTER to see the definition of
the word.
Press BACK to return to Spelling Bee.
Press LEARN to add an SAT® word to
My Word List.
6. Press SPACE for a new word.
7. Press CLEAR when done.
12.5 Jumble
11.2 Flashcards
12.6 Anagrams
1. Press LEARN.
2.Press or to highlight Flashcards
and press ENTER.
Anagrams challenges you to find all of the
words that can occur within a selected
word. Each letter can only be used as
many times as it appears in the selected
word. Each anagram must be a specified
minimum length. This will flash on the
screen before each game. The number of
possible anagrams is shown on the right
side of the screen.
Type an anagram and then press ENTER.
Use the arrow keys to view anagrams
you’ve already entered. Hold CAP and
press ? to shuffle the letters in the
selected word. Press ? to end a round
and reveal the word or words. To see the
definition of a particular word, use
or to move the highlight to the word
you want and press DICT. Press BACK to
return to Anagrams.
You can choose My Flashcards which
uses words from My Word List or SAT®
Flashcards which uses words from the
SAT® word list.
3.Press or to highlight the one
you want and press ENTER.
A word will be displayed on the screen
for you to study or define. If needed,
press ENTER to see the definition.
Press BACK to return to Flashcards.
Press LEARN to add an SAT® word to
My Word List.
4. Press SPACE for a new a word.
5. Press CLEAR when done.
12. Playing the Games
You have nine fun games to choose from.
9.5 Erasing My Word List
12.3 Getting Help in the Games
12.1 Changing Game Settings
Before you play, you can choose the skill
level, which determines how easy or
difficult a game is.
1. Press GAMES.
2. Press CAP and then to highlight
Game Settings and press ENTER.
As in Hangman, the three Jumble games
draw from the three different lists.
Dictionary Jumble uses all the words in
the dictionary for the game. SAT® Jumble
uses only the words in the SAT® word list
and My Word List Jumble uses the words
you entered in My Word List. The rules for
all three games are the same.
Jumble tests your ability to unscramble
letters and form words. Jumble shows a
series of letters. Type words made from
these letters and then press ENTER. Hold
CAP and press ? to shuffle the letters in
the root word. Press ? to end a round and
reveal the word(s). To see the definition of
a particular word, press DICT. Press BACK
to return to Jumble.
12.7 Tic-Tac-Toe
In Tic-Tac-Toe, your challenge is to get
three X’s in a row before your opponent
can get three O’s in a row.
You can choose to play 1 Player Tic-Tac-Toe
in which you play against the computer
or 2 Player Tic-Tac-Toe in which you play
against a friend.
Use the arrow keys to move your X to
the spot that you want and then press
ENTER. Then your opponent, either the
computer or a friend, will place an O. The
game ends when one side places three in
a row or if there is a tie.
13. Using the Databank
13.6 Using a Password
13.1 Adding Entries
You can use a password to prevent
unauthorized access to the databank.
You can store as many as 100 names and
phone numbers in the databank. The
total amount of names and numbers that
you can save depends on the size of each
entry.
1. Press ORG until you see the
databank.
2.Press or to highlight New Entry,
if necessary.
3. Press ENTER.
4. Type a name and then press ENTER.
Each name can contain up to 30
characters, including spaces, with
letters appearing as capitals. Press
SPACE and then repeatedly to cycle
through the available symbols: . ‘ -.
To delete a character, press BACK. To
edit, press .
5. Use the numbered keys to type
a phone number and then press
ENTER.
To type a hyphen between the parts of
a phone number, press J.
Note: You cannot type letters in a
phone number.
13.2 Viewing Entries
1. Press ORG until you see the
databank.
2.Press or to highlight View: ..., if
necessary, and press ENTER.
3. To view a name, type it or use or
to see the name you want.
If an entry is too long to fit on the
screen, press ? or press to scroll and
read the entire entry.
Password Warnings
The password will be requested when the
device is turned on and the databank is
accessed for the first time.
Warning! Always write down the
password in a safe, separate location. If
you lose or forget the password, you will
be able to use the databank again only
by resetting your device and choosing
to erase all data, which permanently
erases not just the password, but all
information stored in the databank.
Please read “Resetting Your Device” for
more information.
13.7 Setting a Password
1. Press ORG until you see the
databank.
2.Press or to highlight Set
Password and press ENTER.
3. Type a password of up to eight
letters and press ENTER.
To move the cursor, press . To erase a
letter, press BACK.
4. Re-type your password, and press
ENTER to confirm.
To test the password, press
twice, press ORG, type the password,
and press ENTER.
To disable the password, repeat steps
1 and 2 above, then press ENTER
when “Enter new password” displays.
14. Using the Calculator
1. Press ORG until you see the
calculator.
13.3 Editing Entries
1. Press ORG until you see the
databank.
2.Press or to highlight Edit Entry
and press ENTER.
3. Type the name you want to edit, or
use or to highlight it, then press
ENTER.
Edit the “Name” field. You can use
BACK to delete characters. Press
ENTER to move to the “Number” field.
Edit the “Number” field and press
ENTER to save all changes. To cancel
the edit and return to the Databank
menu without saving changes, press
CLEAR.
Keep Copies of Important Data
Warning! Your phone list information is
safely stored in memory as long as the
battery supplies power. However, if the
battery loses all power, this information
will be permanently lost. Always keep
written copies of your important
information.
13.4 Deleting Entries
1. Press ORG until you see the
databank.
2.Press or to highlight Delete
Entry and press ENTER.
3.Press or to highlight the entry
you want to delete.
4. Press ENTER.
5. Press Y to delete the entry or N to
cancel the deletion.
2. Type a number.
Note: Q-P will type numbers 0-9
automatically.
You can type up to 10 digits. To type a
decimal, press G(.). To change the sign
of a number, press Z(+/-). Press BACK
to delete a number.
3. Press H(+), J(-), K(x), L(÷) to add,
subtract, multiply, or divide.
4. Type another number.
5. Press ENTER.
To Calculate ...
Press ...
reciprocals
A(1/x)
square roots
S(√x)
squares
D(x2)
percentages
F(%)
negative numbers
Z(+/-)
6. Press CLEAR to clear the current
calculations.
14.1 Using the Calculator
Memory
Try the following equation to practice
using the calculator memory:
(32 x 12) - (8 x 8) = 320.
1. Press B(mc) to clear the memory.
2.Type 32, press K(x), type 12 and
then press ENTER.
3. Press X(m+) to add the result to
memory.
13.5 Erasing All Entries
Warning! This procedure permanently
erases all the names and numbers in the
databank.
1. Press ORG until you see the
databank.
2.Press or to highlight Erase All
Data and press ENTER.
3. Press Y to erase all the entries or N
to cancel the operation.
indicates the number is stored in
memory.
4.Type 8, press K(x), type 8 and then
press ENTER.
m
5. Press C(m-) to subtract the result
from memory.
6. Press V(mr) to retrieve the number
from memory.
7. Press CLEAR to clear the current
calculations.
15. Using the Converter
The converter allows you to easily convert
measurements and currency.
15.1 Metric Conversions
1. Press ORG until you see the
converter.
according to the format selected in Set
Time Format. Press ENTER to set the
date.
7.Press to highlight Set Home City
and press ENTER to select it.
Press or until your local city is
displayed. Press ENTER to select it.
Note: For the complete list of world
cities and their abbreviations, please
see the end of this user’s guide.
8. Press BACK to exit­setting mode.
16.2 Setting World Time
2.Press or to highlight a
conversion category (for example,
Weights) and press ENTER.
3.Press or to highlight a
conversion category (for example,
grams/ounces) and press ENTER.
4. Type a number after one of the
units.
Note: Q-P will type numbers 0-9
automatically.
Press or to move between the
lines. Press BACK to delete a number.
5. Press ENTER to convert.
6. Press CLEAR to clear the current
conversion.
15.2 Currency Conversions
1. Press ORG until you see the
converter.
2. Press CAP and then to highlight
Currency and press ENTER.
3. Enter a conversion rate and press
ENTER.
To type a decimal, press G(.). Press
BACK to delete a number. The rate
should be in units of the other
currency per one unit of the home
currency (n other/1 home). For
example, to convert between U.S.
Dollars and Euros, enter an exchange
rate of 1.1888. This means that 1.1888
U.S. Dollars is the equivalent of 1 Euro.
4. Enter an amount for the home or
other currency.
Press or to move between the
lines. Press BACK to erase a number.
5. Press ENTER to convert it.
16. Setting the Clock
The clock lets you set a home time and
view local times around the world. You
must set the home time before viewing
world times because world times are
based on home time.
16.1 Setting Home Time
1. Press CLOCK until you see World
City.
Press S to enter Setting mode.
2. Press ENTER to select Set DST.
Press or until you see DST On or
DST Off. Press ENTER to select your
choice.
3.Press to highlight Set World City
and press ENTER to select it.
Press or until the city you want is
displayed. Press ENTER to select it.
Note: For the complete list of world
cities and their abbreviations, please
see the end of this user’s guide.
4. Press BACK to exit Setting mode.
17. Changing the Settings
When using this dictionary, you can
adjust the screen contrast, the shutoff
time, and the type size.
1. Press MENU.
2. Settings will be highlighted. Press
ENTER to select it.
3.Press or to highlight Contrast,
Shutoff, or Type Size in the Settings
menu.
Contrast determines how dark or light
the screen is.
Shutoff determines how long your
device stays on if no key is pressed.
Type Size determines how large or
small the text is in the device.
4. Press ENTER.
5.Press or to highlight a new
setting and press ENTER to select it.
Press BACK to leave the setting
unchanged.
6. Press CLEAR to return to the word
entry screen.
18. Viewing a Demonstration
or Tutorial
You can view a Tutorial or a
demonstration of this dictionary at any
time.
1. Press MENU.
2.Press or to highlight either
Tutorial or View Demo.
3. Press ENTER.
To stop the demonstration or exit from
the Tutorial and go to the word entry
screen, press CLEAR.
19. Help is Always at Hand
3. Press ENTER to select Set Time
Format.
Press or until you see the 12- and
24-hour Day/Month/Year format you
want and then press ENTER.
4.Press to highlight Set DST and
press ENTER to select it.
Press or until you see DST On or
DST Off. Press ENTER to select your
choice.
5.Press to highlight Set Time and
press ENTER to select it.
Press or until the current hour is
displayed. Press to move to minutes,
then press or until the current
minute is displayed.
Press ENTER to set the time.
6.Press to highlight Set Date and
press ENTER to select it.
Press or to move to the next or
previous field and then use or to
scroll to the current day/month/year,
21. Additional Information
21.1 Specifications
Model: MWD-465 Merriam-Webster’s
Intermediate Dictionary with Spell
Correction
Batteries: two CR-2032 lithium
Dimensions: 90 x 57 x 10 mm
Weight: 100 g
ISBN 978-1-59074-674-5
© 1994-2011 FRANKLIN ELECTRONIC
PUBLISHERS, INC. Burlington, N.J 080164907 All rights reserved.
©2003-2008 Merriam-Webster,
Incorporated. All rights reserved.
21.2 About Screen Illustrations
Some screen illustrations in this User’s
Guide may differ slightly from what you
see on screen. This does not mean that
your unit is malfunctioning.
21.3 Recycling and Disposal
Device Disposal
1. Press CLOCK until you see “Home
City.”
2. Press S to enter Setting mode.
The message “Erase All Data? Y/N” is
displayed.
Note: This message refers to userentered information, not the text in the
dictionary or thesaurus. User-entered
information includes the databank and
any settings you may have changed.
3. Press N to save your information.
Press Y to erase your information.
Warning! Pressing the reset button
with more than light pressure may
permanently disable your device. In
addition, resetting the device may erase
settings and user-entered information.
You can view a help message at any
screen by pressing HELP. Use the
direction keys to read the message. To
exit help, press BACK. To read a tutorial
describing how to use the product, select
Tutorial from the menu.
20. Resetting Your Device
If the keyboard fails to respond, or if the
screen performs erratically, perform a
system reset by following the steps below.
1. Hold CLEAR and press
.
If nothing happens, try Step 2.
2. Use a paper clip to gently press the
reset button located on the back of
the unit.
This device should be disposed
through your local electronic
product recycling system - do not
throw into the trash bin.
Packaging Disposal
Please save this User’s Guide and all
packing materials, as they contain
important information. In case of
disposal, please refer to your local
recycling system.
Battery Disposal
Do not dispose of batteries with
normal household waste. Please
obey your local regulations when
disposing of used batteries.
During the conducted interference,
the product may malfunction, which is
recoverable after interference. This unit may
change operating modes, lose information
stored in memory, or fail to respond due
to electrostatic discharge or electrical fast
transients. Normal operation of this unit
may be re-established by pressing the reset
key, by pressing
, or by removing and
replacing the batteries.
21.4 License Agreement
READ THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT BEFORE
USING THE PRODUCT. YOUR USE OF THE
PRODUCT DEEMS THAT YOU ACCEPT
THE TERMS OF THIS LICENSE. IF YOU
DO NOT AGREE WITH THESE TERMS,
YOU MAY RETURN THIS PACKAGE WITH
PURCHASE RECEIPT TO THE DEALER
FROM WHICH YOU PURCHASED THE
PRODUCT AND YOUR PURCHASE PRICE
WILL BE REFUNDED. PRODUCT means
the software product and documentation
found in this package and FRANKLIN
means Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc.
Limited Use License
All rights in the PRODUCT remain the
property of FRANKLIN. Through your
purchase, FRANKLIN grants you a
personal and nonexclusive license to use
this PRODUCT. You may not make any
copies of the PRODUCT or of the data
stored therein at the time of purchase,
whether in electronic or print format.
Such copying would be in violation of
applicable copyright laws. Further, you
may not modify, adapt, disassemble,
decompile, translate, create derivative
works of, or in any way reverse engineer
the PRODUCT. You may not export
or reexport, directly or indirectly, the
PRODUCT without compliance with
appropriate governmental regulations.
The PRODUCT contains Franklin’s
confidential and proprietary information
which you agree to take adequate steps
to protect from unauthorized disclosure
or use. This license is effective until
terminated by Franklin. This license
terminates immediately without notice
from FRANKLIN if you fail to comply with
any provision of this license.
21.5 Product Care
Your device is designed to be light,
compact and durable. However, it is an
electronic device and must be treated
carefully. Putting unnecessary pressure
on it or striking the device against other
objects can cause damage.
In order to avoid damage to your device,
please:
• Keep the lid closed when you are not
using it. This will protect the screen
from being broken, scratched or
marred in any way.
• Do not drop, crush, bend, or apply
excessive force to the device.
• Do not expose your device to
moisture, extreme or prolonged
heat, cold, humidity, or other adverse
conditions. Avoid storing it in
damp, humid or wet places. It is not
waterproof.
• Clean the device and its screen by
spraying a mild glass cleaner onto
a cloth and wipe its surface. Do not
spray liquids directly on your device.
• Should the device’s display glass
break, properly dispose of the product
avoiding contact with your skin, then
wash your hands immediately.
• Please keep screen protectors and
plastic bags away from babies
and children to avoid danger of
suffocation.
21.6 FCC Notice
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.
Warning: Changes or modifications to this
unit not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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
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.
NOTE: This unit was tested with shielded
cables on the peripheral devices. Shielded
cables must be used with the unit to insure
compliance.
NOTE: The manufacturer is not responsible
for any radio or TV interference caused by
unauthorized modifications to this equipment.
Such modifications could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
22. Warranty Information
22.1 Disclaimer of Warranties
Except as specifically provided herein,
Franklin makes no warranty of any kind,
express or implied, with respect to this
product.
22.2 Limited Warranty (U.S.
only)
LIMITED WARRANTY, DISCLAIMER OF
WARRANTIES, AND LIMITED REMEDY
FRANKLIN WARRANTS TO THE ORIGINAL
PURCHASER THAT THIS PRODUCT WILL BE
FREE FROM DEFECTS IN MATERIALS AND
WORKMANSHIP FOR A PERIOD OF ONE (1) YEAR
FROM THE ORIGINAL DATE OF PURCHASE AS
EVIDENCED BY A COPY OF THE SALES RECEIPT.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER
DAMAGE DUE TO ACTS OF GOD, ACCIDENT,
MISUSE, ABUSE, NEGLIGENCE, MODIFICATION,
UNSUITABLE ENVIRONMENT, OR IMPROPER
MAINTENANCE. THE SOLE OBLIGATION AND
LIABILITY OF FRANKLIN, AND THE EXCLUSIVE
REMEDY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, IS
REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AT THE SOLE OPTION
OF FRANKLIN AND THIS REMEDY APPLIES ONLY
IN THE CASE IN WHICH FRANKLIN DETERMINES
THAT THE PRODUCT WAS DEFECTIVE AND THAT
THE DEFECT AROSE WITHIN THE DURATION
OF THE LIMITED WARRANTY. THIS REMEDY
IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR BREACH OF
THIS WARRANTY. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU
CERTAIN RIGHTS; YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER
RIGHTS THAT MAY VARY FROM JURISDICTION TO
JURISDICTION.
EXCEPT FOR THE LIMITED WARRANTY EXPRESSLY
RECITED ABOVE, THIS FRANKLIN PRODUCT IS
PROVIDED ON AN “AS IS” BASIS, WITHOUT ANY
OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABLE QUALITY, MERCHANTABILITY,
OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR
THOSE ARISING BY LAW, STATUTE, USAGE OF
TRADE, OR COURSE OF DEALING. THIS WARRANTY
APPLIES ONLY TO PRODUCTS MANUFACTURED
BY OR FOR FRANKLIN AND SPECIFICALLY DOES
NOT INCLUDE BATTERIES, CORROSION OF
BATTERY CONTACTS OR ANY OTHER DAMAGE
CAUSED BY BATTERIES. FRANKLIN SHALL NOT
HAVE ANY LIABILITY TO THE PURCHASER OR ANY
OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY FOR ANY INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFIT, LOST
OR CORRUPTED DATA, OR OTHER COMMERCIAL
OR ECONOMIC LOSS, EVEN IF FRANKLIN HAS
BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES, OR EVEN IF OTHERWISE FORESEEABLE.
FRANKLIN IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR CLAIMS BY A
THIRD PARTY. FRANKLIN’S MAXIMUM AGGREGATE
LIABILITY SHALL NOT EXCEED THE AMOUNT
PAID FOR THE PRODUCT AS EVIDENCED BY THE
SALES RECEIPT. SOME STATES/JURISDICTIONS DO
NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF
LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL
DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT
APPLY TO YOU. IF THE LAWS OF THE RELEVANT
JURISDICTION DO NOT PERMIT FULL WAIVER OF
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, THEN THE DURATION OF
IMPLIED WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS ARE
LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS
WARRANTY GRANTED HEREIN.
Warranty Service: If you think your product
is defective, call Franklin’s Customer Service
Desk, 1-800-266-5626, to request a return
merchandise authorization (“RMA”) number,
before returning the product (transportation
charges prepaid) to:
Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc.
Attn: Service Department
One Franklin Plaza
Burlington, NJ 08016-4907
If you return a Franklin product, please include
your name, address, telephone number, a
brief description of the defect and a copy of
your sales receipt as proof of your original
date of purchase. You must also write the RMA
prominently on the package if you return the
product; otherwise there may be a lengthy
delay in the processing of your return. Franklin
strongly recommends using a trackable form
of deliver to Franklin for your return.
with an equivalent product (at Franklin’s
option) free of charge for any defect in
workmanship or materials during that
time.
Products purchased outside the
United States, the European Union and
Switzerland that are returned under
warranty should be returned to the
original vendor with proof of purchase
and description of fault. Charges will be
made for all repairs unless valid proof of
purchase is provided.
This warranty explicitly excludes defects
due to misuse, accidental damage, or
wear and tear. This warranty does not
affect the consumer’s statutory rights.
23. World Cities and
Abbreviations
CITY NAME
ADELAIDE
AUCKLAND
AMSTERDAM
ANCHORAGE
AZORES ISLANDS
BARCELONA
BEIJING
BERLIN
BANGKOK
BRUSSELS
CAIRO
CARACAS
CHICAGO
DHAKA
DELHI
DENVER
DUBAI
FERNANDO DE
NORONHA
GUAM
HELSINKI
HONG KONG
HONOLULU
KABUL
KARACHI
LOS ANGELES
LISBON
LONDON
MADRID
MID ATLANTIC
MIDWAY ISLANDS
MOSCOW
NOUMEA
NEW YORK
PARIS
YANGON
RIO DE JANEIRO
ROME
RIYADH
SINGAPORE
SYDNEY
TEHRAN
TONGA
TOKYO
WELLINGTON
TORONTO
22.3 Limited Warranty (EU and
Switzerland)
Notwithstanding the disclaimer of
warranties above, this product, excluding
batteries and liquid crystal display (LCD),
is guaranteed by Franklin to be free of
defects in materials or workmanship for
a period of two years from the date of
purchase. It will be repaired or replaced
with an equivalent product (at Franklin’s
option) free of charge for any defect in
workmanship or materials during that
time.
This warranty explicitly excludes defects
due to misuse, accidental damage, or wear
and tear. This warranty does not affect the
consumer’s statutory rights.
22.4 Limited Warranty (outside
U.S., EU and Switzerland)
Notwithstanding the disclaimer of
warranties above, this product, excluding
batteries and liquid crystal display (LCD),
is guaranteed by Franklin to be free of
defects in materials or workmanship for
a period of one year from the date of
purchase. It will be repaired or replaced
DTC-28000-00
Rev. A
ABBREVIATION
ADL
AKL
AMS
ANC
AZO
BCN
BEI
BER
BKK
BRU
CAI
CCS
CHI
DAC
DEL
DEN
DXB
FER
GUM
HEL
HKG
HNL
KBL
KHI
LAX
LIS
LON
MAD
MAT
MID
MOW
NOU
NYC
PAR
RGN
RIO
ROM
RUH
SIN
SYD
THR
TNG
TYO
WLG
YYZ
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