Franklin BQL-2066 eBook Reader User Manual

BSI-6300
Gran Maestro
Color Speaking Spanish-English
Language MasterTM
User’s Guide
www.franklin.com
1. Getting Started
1.1 Charging the Battery
1.2 Battery Precautions
1.3 Switching On and Off
1.4 Selecting Message Language
1.5 Key Guide
1.6 Using the Main Menu
1.7 Browsing in the Device
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2. Quick Guide to Product Features
2.1 Dictionaries and Searching
2.2 Basic Features
2.3 Other Useful Features
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3. BOOKS Menu
3.1 Search Feature
3.2 Collins Dictionaries
3.3 Diccionario General de la Lengua Español Vox
3.4 Merriam-Webster’s Advanced Learner’s English Dictionary
3.5 Diccionario Merriam-Webster de Sinónimos y Antónimos en Inglés
3.6 Visual Dictionaries
3.7 Merriam-Webster’s ALD Supplemental Data
3.8 Franklin Thesaurus
3.9 Looking Up Inflections
3.10 Inflected Form Searching
3.11 Misspelling Words
3.12 Confusable Words
3.13 Uncertain Spellings
3.14 Searching for Idioms, Usage Examples and Collocations
3.15 Highlighting Words
3.16 Adding Words to My Word List
3.17 Hints on Inputting Words
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4. LEARN Menu
4.1 Merriam-Webster’s Vocabulary Builder
4.2 Grammar Guides
4.3 About EuroTalk
4.4 Studying with EuroTalk
4.5 My Word List
4.6 Personal Dictionary
4.7 History
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5. EXERCISES Menu
5.1 Creating User Names
5.2 Audio Dictation
5.3 Phrase Builder
5.4 Picture Flash Card Game
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5.5 Pronunciation Trainer
5.6 Reading Comprehension
5.7 Exercise Review
5.8 Flashcards
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6. TOOLS Menu
6.1 Clock
6.2 Calculator
6.3 Memo
6.4 Voice Memo
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7. SETTINGS Menu
7.1 Auto Shutoff Time
7.2 Brightness
7.3 Message Language
7.4 Stylus Calibration
7.5 Key Tone
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8. General Controls
8.1 Connecting to Headphones
8.2 Using USB Port
8.3 Adjusting Sound Volume
8.4 Changing Font Size
8.5 Help is Always at Hand
8.6 Resetting Your Product
8.7 Using the Touch Screen
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9. PC Connections
9.1 Connecting to a PC
9.2 Copying Files to Your Device
9.3 About Your Device Folders
9.4 Backing Up Your Data
9.5 Restoring Your Data
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10. Additional Information
10.1 Specifications
10.2 Recycling and Disposal
10.3 Product Care
10.4 License Agreement (US only)
10.5 FCC Notice (US only)
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11. Warranty Information
11.1 Disclaimer of Warranties
11.2 Limited Warranty (U.S. only)
11.3 Limited Warranty (EU and Switzerland)
11.4 Limited Warranty (outside U.S., EU and Switzerland)
11.5 Limited Warranty (Australia)
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1. Getting Started
1.1 Charging the Battery
Your device is powered by a rechargeable
lithium polymer battery of capacity 600
mAh. When you see the low battery
warning, please recharge the battery.
Please charge the battery before your
first use of the device.
Installing the Battery For the
First Time
Follow these instructions to install the
battery for the first time.
1. Turn your device over.
2. Open the battery cover on the back
of the unit.
3. Insert the battery by gently
connecting to the connector on
your device.
1. Getting Started
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.
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Make sure the battery fits snugly
into the compartment after it is
connected.
4. Replace the battery compartment
door.
Charging the Battery with
your Computer
Plug the wide end of a USB cable into
a USB port on your computer and the
smaller end of the USB cable into the USB
port on your device. It generally takes
a few hours to completely recharge the
battery.
Charging the Battery with
the AC Adapter
1. Find the AC adapter and the
replaceable plugs included with
your device.
• Note: It may be necessary to attach a
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different component to the adapter.
Refer to the diagram below to
remove and replace the connector.
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2. Plug the wide end of a USB cable to
the AC adapter and the small end
into the USB port on your device.
3. Insert the AC adapter to a power
outlet.
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It generally takes a few hours to
completely recharge the battery.
Removing the Battery
In case you need to remove the battery
for replacement:
1. Open the battery cover on the back
of the unit.
2. Remove the battery by unplugging
from the connector on the device.
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1.2 Battery Precautions
Your device is powered by a rechargeable
lithium polymer battery.
• If the device is not used for a long
period of time, the battery may
lose its charge. Please recharge the
battery following the steps described
above in order to use your device.
• Rechargeable batteries are only to be
charged under adult supervision.
• Use only the supplied chargers to
recharge the battery. Improperly
charging a battery may damage it or
the device.
• Do not use an unauthorized battery.
Use only the rechargeable battery
that came with your product or that
is listed in the user’s guide.
• Open the device only to insert or
change the battery. All other changes
to this device are strictly prohibited
and will invalidate the warranty.
• Do not attempt to open the
rechargeable battery or battery pack.
There are no user serviceable parts
inside.
• 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.
• Leaving the battery in hot or cold
places, such as in a closed car in
summer or winter conditions, will
reduce the capacity and lifetime of
the battery. Always try to keep the
battery between 15°C and 25°C (59°F
and 77°F). A device with a hot or cold
battery may not work temporarily,
even when the battery is fully
charged.
• Do not dispose of batteries in a
fire as they may explode. Batteries
may also explode if damaged.
Dispose of batteries according to
local regulations. Do not dispose as
household waste.
1.3 Switching On and Off
Press
off.
to switch the device on or
1.4 Selecting Message
Language
The first time you use this device (or
following a product reset), you will
be prompted to select the message
language used for on-screen prompts
and menu items.
1.Press / to select the language
you want and then press OK (the
blank key at the center of the unit)
or .
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You can change the message
language at any time in the Settings
menu. See 7.3 Message Language.
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1.5 Key Guide
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1. Turns on or off.
2. Headphone jack
3. Soft keys – Press F1 to F5 that
correspond to the functional labels at
the bottom of the screen.
4. Goes to the main menu.
5. Backs up or clears all entries, or turns
off selection mode in an entry.
6. Shifts to type capital letters.
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7. Displays a menu for inputting
symbols.
8. Performs additional functions in
combination with other keys.
9. Changes the font size on the screen.
10. Selects accents for characters when
typing.
11. USB port
12. At menus or dictionary entries, pages
down. At word entry, types a space.
13.Microphone
14. Speak the source or target language
15. Enters a word, selects an item,
submits a response or begins
selection mode in an entry.
16. Backs up, erases a letter, or turns off
selection mode in an entry.
17. At a word entry screen, types a “?”
to stand for an unknown letter in a
word.
18. Saves words to My Word List or goes
to My Word List.
19. Direction keys – Moves up ( ), down
( ), left ( ) or right ( ). The arrows
at the top of the screen show which
direction keys you can press to move
around menus or view more text.
20. Scrolls up or down a screen page.
21. Enters a word, selects an item,
submits a response or begins
selection mode in an entry.
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This key is referred to as OK in this
guide.
Combination Keys
More functions are available by
combining keys. Key 1 + Key 2 means
hold Key 1 while also pressing Key 2.
• FN + / (vol+/vol–) Volume adjustment
• FN +
( )
Displays help instructions.
• FN +
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( / )
Goes to the previous or next entry in
the dictionary or in a list of multiple
search results.
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+ ?*
At a word entry screen, types an
asterisk (*) to stand for any series of
unknown letters or characters in a
word.
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+
Restores all settings to factory
defaults.
1.6 Using the Main Menu
Press
to access the main menu at any
screens to quickly take you to different
books and exercises in your device. The
main menu contains five tabs: Books,
Learn, Exercises, Tools and Settings. Press
F1 to F5 to select a tab. Press / to
select an option you want in the selected
tab and then press OK / .
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Time and battery level
Current tab
Currently selected option
Options in the current tab
More options available in the current
tab
6. Available tabs
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1.7 Browsing in the
Device
Using the Soft Keys
Soft Key functions are represented by
the labels displayed along the bottom
of the screen. To perform a Soft Key
function, press F1 to F5 at the top of
the keyboard that correspond to the
labels you want. These labels change to
reflect the different functions available
in the various books and exercises in this
device.
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Browsing in an Entry
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The soft keys in this user’s guide are
marked by [ ]. For example, [Thes],
[Inflec.], [Example].
In a screen, press / to highlight
an option and press OK /
to select
the highlighted option.
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Browsing in a List
Press / to scroll up or down one
line at a time.
Press to scroll up or /
to scroll
down one screen at a time.
Press
+ / to jump to the top
or the bottom of an entry.
Press FN +
/
to go to the
previous or next entry in the
dictionary or in a list of multiple
search results.
Reverting Back
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Press to scroll up or to scroll
down one screen at a time.
At any screen, press
to go back to
the main menu.
Press
or
to cancel the current
operation and revert back to the last
working prompt, screen or menu. In
an input field, press
will clear all
inputs.
2. Quick Guide to Product Features
2. Quick Guide to Product Features
2.1 Dictionaries and Searching
The table shows the possible ways for searching with each dictionary. For details,
refer to the sections in this user’s guide indicated in the table (for example, 3.1 means
referring to section 3.1 Search Feature).
3.3
3.1
Diccionario M-W de Sinónimos y
Antónimos en Inglés
Franklin Thesaurus
3.8
Visual
Collocation
Idiom
3.13
3.14
3.14
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3.4
3.6
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3.10
3.14
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3.5
Spanish/English Visual Dictionary
Uncertain
spelling
Diccionario General de la Lengua
Española Vox
M-W Advanced Learner’s Dictionary
Example
3.2
Inflected
form
Collins Spanish Complete & Unabridged
Dictionary (Spanish-English/EnglishSpanish)
Word
Dictionaries
Search
Search methods
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3.6
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Other dictionary features:
• Spelling Corrections > Section 3.11
• To look up inflections or conjugations > Section 3.9
• To look up words in a dictionary entry > Section 3.15
• To view the confusables of a word > Section 3.12
• To save new words for further study or review > Section 3.16 and 4.5
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2.2 Basic Features
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To adjust the volume level > Section
8.3
To adjust the brightness of the
display > Section 7.2
To use earphones > Section 8.1
To change the font size > Section 8.4
To change the time and date of the
device > Section 6.1
To change the settings (e.g. auto
shutoff and message language) of the
device > Section 7
2.3 Other Useful Features
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To create your own dictionary >
Section 4.6
To make references to the grammar
guides > Section 4.2
To improve your English vocabularies
> Section 4.1
To learn the basics in English or
Spanish (EuroTalk) > Sections 4.3
and 4.4
To improve your knowledge in
English and through exercises >
Section 5
To use the calculator, memo or voice
memo > Sections 6.2, 6.3 and 6.4
To connect your device to a PC in
order to backup or transfer files >
Section 9
3. BOOKS Menu
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3.1 Search Feature
To use the search feature:
1. In the Books menu, press / to
select “Search” and then press OK /
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2. Press F4 [ ] to select English or
Spanish as the search language.
3. Type a word.
• See 3.17 Hints on Inputting Words.
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The source of each entry is indicated
in the word list.
Collins EngSpa
Collins English-Spanish
Dictionary
Collins SpaEng
Collins Spanish-English
Dictionary
Eng Visual
English Visual
Dictionary
MW ALD
Merriam-Webster’s
Advanced Learner’s
English Dictionary
MWDSA
Diccionario MerriamWebster de Sinónimos
y Antónimos en Inglés
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3. BOOKS Menu
The search feature allows searching
for entries saved in the following
dictionaries. You can use multiple words
for searching.
• Collins Spanish Complete &
Unabridged Dictionary (EnglishSpanish/Spanish-English)
• Diccionario General de la Lengua
Español Vox
• Diccionario Merriam-Webster de
Sinónimos y Antónimos en Inglés
• Merriam-Webster Advanced Learner’s
English Dictionary
• Visual Dictionary (English/Spanish)
With each letter you type, the
resulting list of potential matching
entries is refreshed. If the letters you
typed match an entry in the word list,
it is automatically highlighted. Or,
press / to select another word
entry you see in the word list.
When an entry is highlighted for
about 3 seconds, a preview will show
automatically on the right.
Spa Visual
Spanish Visual
Dictionary
VOX
Diccionarios General
de la Lengua Español
Vox
5. Press OK /
to view the entry in
the related dictionary.
6.Press
to return to Search.
7.Press
to start a new search.
3.2 Collins Dictionaries
1. In the Books menu, press /
to select “Collins Spanish-English
Dictionary” or “Collins EnglishSpanish Dictionary” and then press
OK / .
Using Soft Keys
Press F1 to F5 that correspond to the
labels displayed along the bottom of the
screen.
• [DICT]: Goes to word search.
• F1 [Example]: Goes to usage
example search.
• F2 [Idiom]: Goes to idiom search.
• F3 [Colloca]: Goes to collocation
search.
• F4 [ ]: Changes English or Spanish
as the search language.
Note: For example, idiom and collocation
search, see 3.14 Searching for Idioms,
Usage Examples and Collocations
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2. Type a word.
• See 3.17 Hints on Inputting Words.
• Press F4 [ ] to select English or
Spanish as the search language.
• With each letter you type, the
resulting list of potential matching
entries is refreshed. If the letters you
typed match an entry in the word list,
it is automatically highlighted. Or,
press / to select another word
entry you see in the word list.
• When an entry is highlighted for
about 3 seconds, a preview will show
automatically on the right.
3. Press OK /
to view the entry.
• See 1.7 Browsing in the Device.
• If there are multiple forms within an
entry, press / to select the one
you want and then press OK / .
• Press FN +
/
to go to the
previous or next entry in the
dictionary or in a list of multiple
search results.
• Press
to hear the headword
pronounced.
• Press list to save the current
headword in My Word List for further
study or review. See 3.16 Adding
Words to My Word List and 4.5 My
Word List.
4. Type to start a new search.
Using Soft Keys
Press F1 to F5 that correspond to the
labels displayed along the bottom of the
screen.
• [Colloca]: Goes to collocation search
or views collocations of the current
entry. See 3.14 Searching for Idioms,
Usage Examples and Collocations.
• [Conf]: Views the confusables. See
3.12 Confusable Words.
• [DICT]: Goes to word search.
• [Example]: Goes to example search
or views usage examples of the
current entry. See 3.14 Searching
for Idioms, Usage Examples and
Collocations.
• [Idiom]: Goes to idiom search or
views idioms of the current entry. 3.14
Searching for Idioms, Usage Examples
and Collocations.
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[Inflec.]: Shows inflections/
conjugations. See 3.9 Looking Up
Inflections.
[ ]: Changes English or Spanish as
the search language.
[ ]: Closes the current screen.
Reading Supplementary
Information in the Dictionary
The device has also stored the
supplementary information in the
dictionary as PDF files. Some useful
topics include: Guide to Spanish
pronunciation and spelling, list of
abbreviations and a special feature
regarding grammar of communication in
Spanish and English. To access these files:
1. Connect the device to a PC.
• See 9.1 Connecting to a PC.
2. On your PC, open the folder
“COLLINS_SUPPDATA” in the
device.
• The PDF files are stored in the folder.
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3.3 Diccionario General
de la Lengua Español Vox
1. In the Books menu, press /
to select “General de la Lengua
Española Vox” and then press OK /
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dictionary or in a list of multiple
search results.
• Press
to hear the headword
pronounced.
• Press list to save the current
headword in My Word List for further
study or review. See 3.16 Adding
Words to My Word List and 4.5 My
Word List.
4. Type to start a new search.
Using Soft Keys
2. Type a word.
• See 3.17 Hints on Inputting Words.
• With each letter you type, the
resulting list of potential matching
entries is refreshed. If the letters you
typed match an entry in the word list,
it is automatically highlighted. Or,
press / to select another word
entry you see in the word list.
• When an entry is highlighted for
about 3 seconds, a preview will show
automatically on the right.
3. Press OK /
to view the entry.
• See 1.7 Browsing in the Device.
• If there are multiple forms within an
entry, press / to select the one
you want and then press OK / .
• Press FN +
/
to go to the
previous or next entry in the
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Press F1 to F5 that correspond to the
labels displayed along the bottom of the
screen.
• [DICT]: Goes to word search.
• [Example]: Goes to example search
or views usage examples of the
current entry. See 3.14 Searching
for Idioms, Usage Examples and
Collocations.
• [Idiom]: Goes to idiom search or
views idioms of the current entry.
See 3.14 Searching for Idioms, Usage
Examples and Collocations.
• [Inflec.]: Shows inflections/
conjugations. See 3.9 Looking Up
Inflections.
• [ ]: Closes the current screen.
3.4 Merriam-Webster’s
Advanced Learner’s
English Dictionary
1. In the Books menu, press / to
select “M-W ALD” and then press
OK / .
search results.
Press
to hear the headword
pronounced.
• Press list to save the current
headword in My Word List for further
study or review. See 3.16 Adding
Words to My Word List and 4.5 My
Word List.
4. Type to start a new search.
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Using Soft Keys
2. Type a word.
• See 3.17 Hints on Inputting Words.
• With each letter you type, the
resulting list of potential matching
entries is refreshed. If the letters you
typed match an entry in the word list,
it is automatically highlighted. Or,
press / to select another word
entry you see in the word list.
• When an entry is highlighted for
about 3 seconds, a preview will show
automatically on the right.
3. Press OK to view the entry.
• See 1.7 Browsing in the Device.
• If there are multiple forms within an
entry, press / to select the one
you want and then press OK / .
• Press FN +
/
to go to the
previous or next entry in the
dictionary or in a list of multiple
Press F1 to F5 that correspond to the
labels displayed along the bottom of the
screen.
• [Conf]: Views the confusables. See
3.12 Confusable Words.
• [DICT]: Goes to word search.
• [Example]: Goes to example search
or views usage examples of the
current entry. See 3.14 Searching
for Idioms, Usage Examples and
Collocations.
• [Extras]: Goes to Merriam-Webster’s
ALD Supplemental Data. See 3.7
Merriam-Webster’s ALD Supplemental
Data.
• [Idiom]: Goes to idiom search or
views idioms of the current entry.
See 3.14 Searching for Idioms, Usage
Examples and Collocations.
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[Inflec.]: Shows inflections/
conjugations. See 3.9 Looking Up
Inflections.
[Thes]: Looks up the current word
in the Thesaurus. See 3.8 Franklin
Thesaurus.
3.5 Diccionario MerriamWebster de Sinónimos y
Antónimos en Inglés
1. In the Books menu, press /
to select “Diccionario M-W de
Sinónimos” and then press OK /
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2. Type a word.
• See 3.17 Hints on Inputting Words.
• With each letter you type, the
resulting list of potential matching
entries is refreshed. If the letters you
typed match an entry in the word list,
it is automatically highlighted. Or,
press / to select another word
entry you see in the word list.
• When an entry is highlighted for
about 3 seconds, a preview will show
automatically on the right.
3. Press OK /
to view the entry.
• See 1.7 Browsing in the Device.
• If there are multiple forms within an
entry, press / to select the one
you want and then press OK / .
• Press FN +
/
to go to the
previous or next entry in the
dictionary or in a list of multiple
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search results.
Press
to hear the headword
pronounced.
• Press list to save the current
headword in My Word List for further
study or review. See 3.16 Adding
Words to My Word List and 4.5 My
Word List.
4. Type to start a new search.
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3.6 Visual Dictionaries
Use the Visual Dictionary to search
words and their translations in English or
Spanish from color images.
1. In the Books menu, press / to
select “English Visual Dictionary”
or “Spanish Visual Dictionary” and
then press OK / .
Using Soft Keys
Press F1 to F5 that correspond to the
labels displayed along the bottom of the
screen.
• [Conf]: Views the confusables. See
3.12 Confusable Words.
• [DICT]: Goes to word search.
• [Example]: Goes to example search
mode or views usage examples of
the current entry. See 3.14 Searching
for Idioms, Usage Examples and
Collocations.
• [Inflec.]: Shows inflections/
conjugations. See 3.9 Looking Up
Inflections.
2. Type a word.
• See 3.17 Hints on Inputting Words.
• Press F4 [ ] to select English or
Spanish as the search language.
• With each letter you type, the
resulting list of potential matching
entries is refreshed. If the letters you
typed match an entry in the word list,
it is automatically highlighted. Or,
press / to select another word
entry you see in the word list.
• When an entry is highlighted for
about 3 seconds, a preview will show
automatically on the right.
• Search by category: Press / (or
/ ) to select a category and then
press OK / . Repeat this step if
there are sub-categories.
3. Press OK /
to view the entry.
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4. Press the letter key corresponding
to the callouts in the diagram to
view the word and translation in a
pop-up window.
If necessary, press AAA repeatedly
to zoom in or out the diagram or
change the font size. In an enlarged
diagram, press the direction keys, if
necessary, to move around.
• Press
or
to hear the headword
or translation pronounced.
• Press list to save the current
headword in My Word List for further
study or review. See 3.16 Adding
Words to My Word List and 4.5 My
Word List.
5. Press F1 [
] to start a new search
or press F5 [ ] to return to the
diagram or the list of categories.
3.7 Merriam-Webster’s
ALD Supplemental Data
This book contains supplementary
data found in the Merriam-Webster’s
Advanced Learner’s English Dictionary.
1. In the Books menu, press / to
select “M-W ALD Supplemental
Data” and then press OK / .
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2.Press / to select a topic and a
sub-topic (if available) and then
press OK / .
• When a main topic is highlighted for
about 3 seconds, a list of sub-topics
will show automatically on the right.
• See 1.7 Browsing in the Device.
3.8 Franklin Thesaurus
1. In the Books menu, press / to
select “Franklin Thesaurus” and
then press OK/ .
2. Type a word.
• See 3.17 Hints on Inputting Words.
• With each letter you type, the
resulting list of potential matching
entries is refreshed. If the letters you
typed match an entry in the word list,
it is automatically highlighted. Or,
press / to select another word
entry you see in the word list.
• When an entry is highlighted for
about 3 seconds, its preview will
show automatically on the right.
3. Press OK /
to view the entry.
• Press
to hear the headword
pronounced.
• Press F1 [DICT] to look up the current
word in W-M’s Advanced Learner’s
English Dictionary. Press
to return
to the Thesaurus.
4. Type to start a new search.
3.9 Looking Up
Inflections
Use this feature to look up inflections
or conjugations that show changes in
a word’s gender, tense, number, person
and other subtle variations. If you are
looking up the inflections from the
dictionaries by pressing [Inflec.], see step
4 below.
1. In the Books menu, press / to
select “English Conjugation” or
“Spanish Conjugation” and then
press OK / .
2. Type a word.
• For example, you look for the
conjugations of the verb “record” in
English Conjugation.
See 3.16 Hints on Inputting Words.
Press F1 [ A ] to look up the word
in the Collins Spanish-English or
English-Spanish Dictionary. Press
to return to looking up inflections.
3. Press OK /
to look up inflections/
conjugations.
•
•
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4. Some words may have multiple
parts of speech or translations,
press / to select the one you
want and then press OK /
to
view the inflections.
• In the example “record”, press /
to select “verbo” (verb) and then press
OK / .
•
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The verb “record” has three equivalent
Spanish translations, press / to
select a translation and then press OK
/ .
For verbs, press F1 [
] or FN +
/
to view more conjugations.
3.10 Inflected Form
Searching
The device is equipped with a smart
system to retrieve results from an
inflected word. For example, when you
type “ate”, the device will retrieve results
from the word “eat”.
3.11 Misspelling Words
If the letters you type do not find a match
in the list, your word is misspelled or
not in the dictionaries. A list of possible
spelling corrections is displayed. Press
/ to select the entry you want and then
press OK / .
3.12 Confusable Words
Confusables are homonyms,
homophones and spelling variants that
are easy to confuse. When the word you
looked up has confusables, the function
label Conf appears. Press [Conf] to view
the confusables.
3.13 Uncertain Spellings
If you are uncertain about how to spell a
word, type the portion of the word you
do know, and type a question mark (?)
in place of each unknown letter. Type
an asterisk (*) to stand for any missing
portion of a word, including prefixes,
suffixes, spaces, symbols, or any number
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. At any word entry screen, type
known letters, a ? in place of each
unknown letter, and a * in place of
any string of unknown characters.
• To type an asterisk, press
+ ?*.
2. Press OK / .
3.Press / to select a word you
want from the list and then press
OK / .
3.14 Searching for
Idioms, Usage Examples
and Collocations
Looking Up from Searches
You may refine your searches to
show only entries containing idioms,
usage examples or collocations in the
dictionaries.
1. In the search screen of the
dictionaries, press the soft key
[Idiom], [Example] or [Colloca].
•
Some dictionaries contain less
options.
2. Type a word.
• See 3.17 Hints on Inputting Words.
• With each letter you type, the
resulting list of potential matching
entries is refreshed. If the letters you
typed match an entry in the word list,
it is automatically highlighted. Or,
press / to select another word
entry you see in the word list.
• Press F5 [Range] to refine searches
with multiple words. Select one of
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the following optins from the menu:
All = Look for entries with the search
words, whenever they appear.
Items following specified order
= Look for entries with the search
words, in the order as you typed.
Input words in succession = Look
for entries with the search words, in
the word successions as you typed.
3. Press OK / .
• If there are multiple entries, press
/ to select the one you want and
then press OK / .
• Press FN +
/
to go to the
previous or next entry in a list of
multiple search results.
4.Press
to go back to the search
results.
5.Press
to start a new search.
Looking Up from Entries
1. If an entry contains related idioms,
usage examples or collocations,
press the corresponding soft key
[Idiom], [Example] or [Colloca].
2. The first entry is highlighted, press
OK /
to view.
• If there are multiple entries, press
/ to select the one you want and
then press OK / .
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3.Press
to go back to the list of
entries.
4.Press
to go back to the original
entry in the dictionary.
3.15 Highlighting Words
Another way to look up words in the
dictionaries is by highlighting them in
an entry. Note: this feature may not be
available on all screens.
1. At a text screen supporting word
selection, press OK / .
• If the first word on the screen is
highlighted, this feature is supported.
2. Use the direction keys to select an
available word you want to learn
and press OK / .
Highlight a word and then
press OK /
to look up
•
If the selected word has entries
in multiple dictionaries, a pop-up
window will show. Press / to
select the dictionary you want and
press OK / .
• Press
to hear the highlighted
word pronounced. This feature is not
available to all words.
3. When done, press
to return to
the original dictionary.
4.Press
/
to turn off the
highlight.
3.16 Adding Words to My
Word List
As you explore new words, save them in
My Word List for further study or review.
1. In a dictionary, type a word you
want to look up and add to the
word list.
2.Press list.
• A pop-up menu appears.
3.Press / to select an option, and
then press OK / .
• Add to Word List?: Adds the current
word to My Word List.
• Go to Word List: Goes directly to My
English Word List or My Spanish Word
List.
• Cancel: Exits the pop-up menu.
• See 4.5 My Word List for viewing and
editing My Word List.
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3.17 Hints on Inputting
Words
The following instructions apply to
all entry screens where word input is
allowed. Note: Some entry screens may
allow only certain types of character
inputs.
• Hold
and press a letter key to type
a capital letter.
• To type accents, type a letter (e.g.,
e) and then press accent until the
accent you want appears (e.g., é).
• To type a number, press FN + a
number key (the numbers are printed
at the top right corner of the keys
Q-P) (In Calculator, press the number
keys directly.).
• To type other symbols, press symb.
Use the direction keys to select the
symbol you want from the pop-up
menu and then press OK / .
• Press
to delete the letter to the
left of the cursor.
• To delete or add a letter to the left
of the cursor in a word, press /
to move the cursor to the desired
position, press
or a letter key to
do so.
• To clear an input field, press
.
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4. LEARN Menu
4.1 Merriam-Webster’s
Vocabulary Builder
2. The words are grouped into units.
Press / to select a unit and then
press OK / .
• A preview of the words in the current
unit shows on the right of the screen
when a unit is highlighted for about 3
seconds.
3. Press
/
to select a word and
Searching
•
•
Press F1 [
searching.
Press F1 [
units.
] to type a word for
] to return to the list of
Quizzes
Quizzes are available in each unit.
1.Press or in each unit to go
to the bottom of the word list to
select “Review Quizzes”.
• If there are multiple quizzes, press
a quiz and then press OK / .
/
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4. LEARN Menu
This feature helps you enhance your
vocabulary with explanations and
quizzes.
1. In the Learn menu, press /
to select “Merriam-Webster’s
Vocabulary Builder” and then press
OK / .
then press OK / .
Press FN +
/
to go to the
previous or next word.
• If you want to hear the pronunciation
of a word, press OK /
to highlight
the first word on the screen. Use
the direction keys to highlight the
word and then press
to hear it
pronounced. When done, press
or
to turn off the highlight.
• Press list to save the current
headword in My Word List for further
study or review. See 3.16 Adding
Words to My Word List and 4.5 My
Word List.
4.Press
to return to the list of
words.
•
2. In a quiz, press or /
to
select questions.
3. To answer a question, press /
to select an answer and then press
OK / .
4. Press [ ] to go to the next
question.
• Press [ ] to go back to the previous
question.
5. When all questions are done, press
F1 [
] for the scores.
6. When the score is shown, press F1 [
] to do the same quiz again.
• Press F2 [ ? ] to review the correct
answer in each question.
When reviewing, a red point indicates
a wrong answer and a green point for
a correct answer
4.2 Grammar Guides
Your device includes essential grammar
lessons with quizzes.
1. In the Learn menu, press / to
select “Grammar Guides” and then
press OK / .
2. Press / to select a version and
then press OK / .
3. Press / to select the topic you
want to study and then press OK /
.
• Repeat the step above if there are
sub-topics.
4. Press FN +
/
to view the
previous or next topic.
• Press F5 [ ] to exit or press F1 [
] to return to the main menu in this
feature.
Quizzes
Many sections in the grammar guide
include a quiz. Press F3 [ ? ] to go to the
quiz. If a topic contains multiple quizzes,
you will see more than one F3 [ ? ]
soft key. After the quiz, press F5 [ ] to
return to the topic you were reading.
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4.3 About EuroTalk
EuroTalk is a language-learning program
which contains three modules: Talk
More, Talk the Talk and Talk Business. All
modules support English and Spanish
and up to 10 users with their own history
and records.
•
•
•
Talk More: Teaches basic
conversational phrases and builds
confidence to speak a foreign
language.
Talk the Talk: Designed for teenagers
with essential words and phrases for
social conversation.
Talk Business: Teaches important
vocabulary and expressions for a
business environment.
All modules have recording function
to let you compare your accent with a
native speaker.
4.4 Studying with
EuroTalk
The below instructions apply to all
modules of EuroTalk: Talk More, Talk the
Talk and Talk Business.
Creating User Names
1. In the Learn menu, press / to
select “Talk More”, “Talk the Talk” or
“Talk Business” and then press OK /
.
2. Press F1 [ADD] and then create a
user name.
•
If no user names have been created,
you are prompted to create one
without pressing F1 [ADD].
3.Press OK /
when done.
4. Press / to select your own
language and then press OK / .
• It is the language you use for screen
messages and instructions for
learning the target language.
5.Press / to select the language
to learn and then press OK / .
• A new user name is now created. A
maximum of 10 user names can be
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•
created for each module.
Note: Once created, the user’s profile
(source and target languages) cannot
be changed. If you have made a
mistake, delete the user profile and
create a new one with the correct
profile. To rename a user name, press
F2 [Edit]. To delete a user name, press
/ to select the user name in the
user selection screen and then press
F3 [Delete].
•
Selecting Chapters
1. In the selected EuroTalk module
(Talk More, Talk the Talk or Talk
Business), press / to select a
user name and then press OK / .
2.Press / to select a chapter and
then press OK / .
3. In the selected chapter, press /
/ / to select an option and then
press OK /
to continue.
Using the Learn Section
1. In the Learn section, press / /
/ to select one of the following
options (when available) and then
press OK / .
• Phrases – Practice
Dialogue – Practice
Phrases – Recording
Dialogue – Recording
•
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Each chapter is divided into 3
sections (Learn, Quiz and History)
with various options. See below for
details.
You can learn new expressions in the
practise mode and compare your
accent with a native speaker in the
recording mode.
2.Press / to select a phrase or a
dialogue and then press OK /
.
• While browsing the phrases or
dialogues, press F1 [ ] to display
the phrase or dialogue in full screen
with translations.
3. In the standby screen, press OK /
again to start the playback.
•
During playback, use the following
keys for controls:
1( )
Stops the playback.
2( )
Skips to the
previous phrase or
dialogue.
3( )
Starts the playback.
4( )
Skips to the next
phrase or dialogue.
5( )
Enables full screen
mode during
playback.
6(
)
Selects a playback
mode.
Press / and
then OK /
for
selections:
Sequential
playback
Repeat all
Random
playback
Single playback
Single repeat
7( )
(Only
available in
Phrases or
Dialogue
Recording)
Starts recording
your own
pronunciation of
the selected phrase
or dialogue. Start
to speak after the
phrase or dialogue.
The recording stops
automatically when
the progress bar
is full.
8( )
(Only
available in
Phrases or
Dialogue
Recording)
Plays your recorded
pronunciation and
compare with the
native. Note: The
recordings will
be erased after
playback.
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F1 [
]
•
Shows the current
phrase or dialogue
on the left of
the video. In this
view, press F2 [
] to show the
translations. Press
F1 [ ] to return to
the list of phrases
or dialogues.
Using the Quiz Section
•
This section contains quizzes in three
levels. The quiz contents are related to
the current chapter you are studying.
1. In the Quiz section, press / /
/ to select one of the following
options (when available) and then
press OK / .
•Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
Cont (select this option to continue
with incomplete quizzes)
•
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In the beginner level, press /
to select the correct answer.
/
•
In the intermediate level, you are
going to hear a phrase in your own
language and see the translation on
the screen. You are required to say
and record the phrase in the learning
language. Recording starts when
you see the progress bar animating
and stops when the bar is full. You
will then be able to hear the voice of
a native speaker and compare with
your own to give a grading. Press FN
+ a number key to make a choice (0 is
the lowest grade).
The quiz in the advanced level is
the same in the intermediate level
except that there is no translation on
the screen. You have to translate the
phrase from what you hear in your
own language.
To repeat a question, press F1 [ ].
Press F2 [Skip] to skip a question or
press F3 [Quit] to exit the quiz.
Using the History Section
/
The History section can also be accessed
by pressing F1 [History] in each chapter
or on the chapter selection screen.
It shows your score records with the
following options.
• F1 [Chart]: Shows your score history
in graphical format. In the graph,
press F1 [ ] to show the legend.
•
•
F2 [Stat]: Shows your score history in
a table format.
F3 [Details]: Shows your score
history by indicating which questions
have been answered wrongly or
correctly. Press / to switch
between levels. Press F3 [ ] to redo
the whole selected exercise or only
the questions with wrong answers.
4.5 My Word List
As you explore new words, save them in
My Word List for further study or review.
You can save up to 500 entries in each
word list.
Using Retry
This feature is a shortcut to access all
questions with wrong answers so that
you can do them again.
1. In the selected EuroTalk module
(Talk More, Talk the Talk or Talk
Business), press / to select a
user name and then press OK / .
2. Press F2 [Retry].
3.Press / to select a quiz level
and then press OK / .
• You will be redirected to the quizzes
which you have done wrongly. See
Using the Quiz Section for details.
Adding Words Directly
1. In the Learn menu, press / to
select “My English Word List” or
“My Spanish Word List” and then
press OK / .
2. Press F1 [ ]. Type a word and then
press OK /
or F1 [
].
• If the word to be added can be found
in more than one dictionary, the
dictionary from which the word was
saved is indicated in the list by an
abbreviation.
Collins EngSpa
Collins English-Spanish
Dictionary
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Collins SpaEng
Collins Spanish-English
Dictionary
Eng Visual
English Visual
Dictionary
MW ALD
Merriam-Webster’s
Advanced Learner’s
English Dictionary
MWDSA
Diccionario MerriamWebster de Sinónimos
y Antónimos en Inglés
Spa Visual
Spanish Visual
Dictionary
VOX
Diccionarios General
de la Lengua Español
Vox
3. Press / to select the dictionary
you want and then press OK /
or
F4 [
] to add the word to the list.
Adding Words from a
Dictionary
See 3.16 Adding Words to My Word List.
Viewing My Word Lists
1. In the Learn menu, press / to
select “My English Word List” or
“My Spanish Word List” and then
press OK / .
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2.Press / to select an entry.
• You can also type in the search field
at the top of the list to look for a
word.
3. Press OK /
to view.
4.Press
to return to the word list.
Editing My Word Lists
Use the following soft keys:
• F3 [ 1 ]: To delete the selected
word from the list.
• F4 [ ]: To erase the entire word list.
4.6 Personal Dictionary
Use the Personal Dictionary to create
your own dictionaries on the device. You
can copy them to your PC for further
editing. A maximum of 50 dictionaries
can be created with up to 500 entries in
each dictionary.
Creating Dictionaries on the
Device
1. In the Learn menu, press / to
select “Personal Dictionary” and
then press OK / .
2. Press F1 [ ] to create a new
personal dictionary.
3. Create a name for the dictionary
and then press OK / .
4. Input a word and its definition in
the appropriate fields and then
press F1 [ ].
•
•
Press , OK or
to advance to the
next field.
To quit without saving, press F5 [ ].
5.Press / to select the dictionary
you have just created and then
press OK / .
6. Press F1 [ ] to add more words to
the dictionary.
Editing Personal Dictionaries
on PC
1. Connect the device to your PC.
• See 9.1 Connecting to a PC.
2. Double-click “PersonalDict” to
open that folder.
3. In the folder, double-click to open
a personal dictionary file (.txt) with
a text editor.
4. Edit or add new words.
• Each new word must start on a
new line. Separate the headword
and its definition with a tab. Press
“Enter” after entering the definition,
including the last line.
5. Save the file and disconnect the
device from your PC.
• Note: You may also create your
custom dictionaries from scratch
on your PC. A template .txt file is
saved in the “PersonalDict” folder
of the device. Please copy it to your
PC and follow the format to create
dictionaries.
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Viewing Personal
Dictionaries
1. In the Learn menu, press / to
select “Personal Dictionary” and
then press OK / .
2.Press / in the dictionary
selection screen to select the one
you want and then press OK / .
3.Press / to select the entry you
want to view and press OK / .
• You can also type in the search field
to look for a word.
Editing Personal Dictionaries
Use the following soft keys:
• F4 [ 1 ]: Deletes the currently
selected dictionary or word entry.
• F5 [ ]: Erases all personal
dictionaries or all word entries.
• F3 [
]: Edits the current entry.
Make necessary changes and then
press F1 [
]. To quit without
saving, press F5 [ ].
• F2 [ A_ _ ]: Renames a dictionary.
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4.7 History
The device stores the most recently
browsed entries in the dictionaries.
Viewing History
1. In the Learn menu, press / to
select “History” and then press OK /
.
2.Press / to select an entry and
then press OK /
to view the
entry in the related dictionary.
3.Press
to return to the History.
Editing History
Use the following soft keys:
• F1 [ 1 ]: Deletes the selected entry.
• F2 [ ]: Clears the entire history.
• F5 [ ]: Exits the history.
5. EXERCISES Menu
•
5.1 Creating User Names
Editing Users
•
•
•
To edit the settings of an existing user
in the current exercise, press / to
select the user name and then press
F5 [Setting].
To delete a user name, press / to
select the user name and then press
F2 [Delete].
To rename a user name, press /
to select the user name and then
press F3 [Rename].
•
If there are existing users, their
current scores and skill levels are
shown. There are two sets of scores
and skill levels (test and exercise),
press F4 [Test] or F4 [Exercise] to
switch between them.
2. Press F1 [ADD].
3. Create a user name and then press
OK / .
4. A setting menu shows for the
current exercise. Press / to
select an option and then press
. Press / to change the
settings in the pop-up menu and
then press OK /
to confirm.
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5. EXERCISES Menu
A user name must be created before
starting the exercises. A maximum
of 10 user names can be created. The
same user names will be used for all the
exercises in the Exercises menu.
1. In the Exercises menu, press /
to select an exercise (e.g. Audio
Dictation) and then press OK / .
Each exercise has different settings.
See Changing the Settings from
section 5.2 to 5.6 for details.
5.2 Audio Dictation
In Audio Dictation, a word is read out
in the language you have selected. You
have to spell the word.
1. In the Exercises menu, press /
to select “Audio Dictation” and
then press OK / .
2. In Audio Dictation, press / to
select a user name and then press
OK / .
• See 5.1 Creating User Names.
3. A word is read out. Type the word
in the space provided.
4. Press F1 [Confirm] to submit the
answer.
• In test mode, answer must be
submitted within the time limit.
5. When all the questions in an
exercise are done, press F2 [Score]
to show the score sheet. Then,
press one of the following soft keys
to continue:
• Press F1 [Cont] to start a new
exercise.
• Press F2 [Retry] to try again the
questions with wrong answers.
• Press F3 [Review] to show all words
in the exercise. In the review, press F1
[Def] to show the definitions of the
words. Press F2 [Score] to return to
the score sheet.
• Press F5 [Exit] to quit the exercise.
Changing the Settings
•
•
•
•
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Press
to hear the word again.
To skip the current question, press F2
[Skip].
To show a letter as a hint, press F4
[Hint]. In test mode, showing hints
will affect the scores.
To show the definition of the word,
press F3 [Def]. Press
to return to
the exercise.
In the list of user names, press / to
select a user and then press F5 [Setting]
to change the settings.
1. In the setting menu, press / to
select an option and then press
. Press / to change the
settings in the pop-up menu and
then press OK /
to confirm.
• Mode: Selects exercise or test mode.
In test mode, there is a time limit for
each question. Scores are recorded
for level advancement and progress
check.
• Language: Selects a language as the
exercise language.
• Skills: Selects a skill level.
• Content: Selects a dictionary as the
source of words.
2. Press F1 [Confirm] when done.
5.3 Phrase Builder
In Phrase Builder, you have to arrange the
words of a sentence in the correct order.
1. In the Exercises menu, press /
to select “Phrase Builder” and then
press OK / .
2. In Phrase Builder, press / to
select a user name and then press
OK / .
• See 5.1 Creating User Names.
3.Press / to select a word in the
word field and then press OK /
to build a sentence in the phrase
field.
Word field
Phrase field
•
To correct a mistake, press F3
[Phrase] to shift the highlight to the
phrase field. Press / to select a
word and then press OK /
to erase
the mistake. Press F3 [Word] to shift
the highlight back to the word field.
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To skip the current question, press F2
[Skip].
• To translate the sentence into the
target language, press F4 [Trans].
• To show a hint, press F5 [Hint]. In test
mode, showing hints will affect the
scores.
4. Press F1 [Confirm] to submit the
answer.
• In test mode, the answer must be
submitted within the time limit.
5. When all the questions in an
exercise are done, press F2 [Score]
to show the score sheet. Then,
press one of the following soft keys
to continue:
• Press F1 [Cont] to start a new
exercise.
• Press F2 [Retry] to try again the
questions with wrong answers.
• Press F3 [Review] to show all words
in the exercise. In the review, press
F1 [Details] to show the complete
sentences. Press F2 [Score] to return
to the score sheet.
• Press F5 [Exit] to quit the exercise.
•
Changing the Settings
In the list of user names, press / to
select a user and then press F5 [Setting]
to change the settings.
1. In the setting menu, press / to
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select an option and then press
. Press / to change the
settings in the pop-up menu and
then press OK /
to confirm.
• Mode: Selects exercise or test mode.
In test mode, there is a time limit for
each question. Scores are recorded
for level advancement and progress
check.
• Source: Selects a language as the
exercise language.
• Target: Shows English or Spanish as
the hint/translation language.
• Skills: Selects a skill level.
2. Press F1 [Confirm] when done.
5.4 Picture Flash Card
Game
In Picture Card Game, you match words
with pictures.
1. In the Exercises menu, press /
to select “Picture Card Game” and
then press OK / .
2. In Picture Card Game, press /
to select a user name and then
press OK / .
• See 5.1 Creating User Names.
3.Press / or / (when
applicable) to select a word or
a picture that matches with the
question.
•
•
To show the definition of the
question word or the highlighted
word, press F3 [Def]. Press
to
return to the exercise.
To show hints (by eliminating a
selection), press F4 [Hint].
To skip the current question, press F2
[Skip].
4. Press OK /
or F1 [Confirm] to
submit the answer.
• In test mode, answer must be
submitted within the time limit.
5. When all the questions in an
exercise are done, press F2 [Score]
to show the score sheet. Then,
press one of the following soft keys
to continue:
• Press F1 [Cont] to start a new
exercise.
• Press F2 [Retry] to try again the
questions with wrong answers.
• Press F3 [Review] to show all words
in the exercise. In the review, press F1
[Def] to show the definitions of the
words. Press F2 [Score] to return to
the score sheet.
• Press F5 [Exit] to quit the exercise.
•
Changing the Settings
In the list of user names, press / to
select a user and then press F5 [Setting]
to change the settings.
1. In the setting menu, press / to
select an option and then press
. Press / to change the
settings in the pop-up menu and
then press OK /
to confirm.
• Mode: Selects exercise or test mode.
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In test mode, there is a time limit for
each question. Scores are recorded
for level advancement and progress
check.
• Source: Selects a language as the
exercise language.
• Target: Selects a language as the
hint/translation language.
• Skills: Selects a skill level.
• Content: Selects using words or
pictures for answering the questions.
2. Press F1 [Confirm] when done.
5.5 Pronunciation Trainer
In Pronunciation Trainer, you learn rules
in English pronunciations and practise
your own skills by comparing with native
speakers. There are five modules:
• Sounds of English: Learn basic
pronunciation rules.
• Stress and Rhythm: Learn rules in
stress and rhythm.
• Mischief Makers: Learn more hints
and exceptions in pronunciations.
• Let’s Talk!: Speak words and compare
with native speakers.
• Pronunciation Practice: Select a
word for pronunciation practice.
Using Sounds of English,
Stress and Rhythm and
Mischief Makers
1. In the Exercises menu, press /
to select “Pronunciation Trainer”
and then press OK / .
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2. In Pronunciation Trainer, press
/ to select “Sounds of English”,
“Stress and Rhythm” or “Mischief
Makers” and then press F1 [Select],
OK or .
3. In the selected module, press /
to select a topic and then press OK
/ .
• Repeat this step if there are subtopics.
4.Press / or / to read the
content.
• If a word or phrase is highlighted, it
means a pronunciation is available.
Press F3 [Listen] to listen. Press F3
[Stop] to stop listening.
•
•
You can record your own
pronunciations to compare with the
native voices. Press F2 [Rec On] to
begin recording. The recording stops
automatically when the progress
bar is full. To give up the recording,
press F2 [Rec Off]. Press F3 [Listen]
to listen to the native voice and
then your own pronunciation. The
recording will be erased once you
select another word.
In Odd One Out under Mischief
Makers, press F1 [Start] to start the
exercise. Use the direction keys to
select the answers and then press
OK,
or F1 [Confirm] to submit the
answers. To quit the exercise, press F2
[Close].
Using Let’s Talk!
1. In the Exercises menu, press /
to select “Pronunciation Trainer”
and then press OK / .
2. In Pronunciation Trainer, press
/ to select “Let’s Talk!” and then
press OK / .
3. In Let’s Talk!, press / to select a
user name and then press OK / .
• See 5.1 Creating User Names.
4. A word is shown and pronounced.
You have to repeat the word and
record your own pronunciation.
• Press F3 [Stop] to stop the playback.
•
•
In exercise mode, you can press F1
[Replay] to listen the word again
and then press F2 [Record] to start
recording. The recording stops
automatically when the progress bar
is full. Press F3 [Skip] to go to the
next word without recording.
In test mode, you must say the
word immediately after hearing the
pronunciation. The recording stops
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automatically when the progress bar
is full.
• After the recording, press F1 [Comp.]
to hear it.
5. Press F2 [Next] to continue to the
next question.
6. When all the questions in an
exercise are done, press F5 [Again]
to play all the questions again.
Using Pronunciation Practice
1. In the Exercises menu, press /
to select “Pronunciation Trainer”
and then press OK / .
2. In Pronunciation Trainer, press /
to select “Pronunciation Practice”
and then press F1 [Select], OK or .
3.Press / to select a word for
practice.
•
Alternatively, type to look for a word
in the word list.
4.Press F3 [Listen] to listen to the
word pronounced.
5. You can record your own
pronunciation to compare with a
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native speaker. Press F2 [Rec On]
to record your own pronunciation.
The recording stops automatically
when the progress bar is full.
• Press F2 [Rec Off] to give up the
recording.
6.Press F3 [Listen] to listen to a
native speaker and your own
pronunciation. Press F3 [Stop] to
stop the playback.
• The recording will be erased once
you select another word.
7. Press F5 [Close] to quit the exercise.
Changing the Settings
In the list of user names of Let’s Talk,
press / to select a user and then
press F5 [Setting] to change the settings.
1. In the setting menu, press / to
select an option and then press
. Press / to change the
settings in the pop-up menu and
then press OK /
to confirm.
• Mode: Selects exercise or test mode.
In test mode, you must say the
word immediately after hearing the
pronunciation.
• Skills: Selects a skill level.
2. Press F1 [Confirm] when done.
5.6 Reading
Comprehension
Press / to jump to the previous or
next question directly.
• To define a word in the text: At
the text screen, press OK /
to
highlight the first word on the screen.
Then use the direction keys to select
a word you want to learn and press
OK / . When done, press
to
return to the exercise. Press
/
to turn off the highlight.
4. Press the letter keys (A, B, C or D)
to select the best answers for the
missing words.
• The selected answers are in bold
typeface.
• To show hints (by eliminating a
selection), press F2 [Hint].
• In test mode, answers must be
submitted within the time limit.
5. Press F1 [Confirm] when all
questions are done.
• Press / to review the answers. A
check mark indicates a correct answer
while a cross mark for a wrong one.
• Press F2 [Retry] to try again the
exercise.
• Press F1 [Next] to start a new
exercise.
• Press F5 [Exit] to quit the exercise.
6. Press F3 [Score] to show the score
sheet.
• Press F1 [Next] to start a new
exercise.
•
In Reading Comprehension, you fill in the
missing words while reading an English
passage.
1. In the Exercises menu, press /
to select “Reading Comprehension”
and then press OK / .
2. In Reading Comprehension, press
/ to select a user name and
then press OK / .
• See 5.1 Creating User Names.
3.Press / to scroll while reading
the passage. The missing words
are replaced with numbers
corresponding to the questions
(word choices) in the lower pane of
the screen.
Passage
Word choices
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•
Press F2 [Retry] to try again the same
exercise.
Changing the Settings
In the list of user names, press / to
select a user and then press F5 [Setting]
to change the settings.
1. In the setting menu, press / to
select an option and then press
. Press / to change the
settings in the pop-up menu and
then press OK /
to confirm.
• Mode: Selects exercise or test mode.
In test mode, there is time limit for
each question. Scores are recorded
for level advancement and progress
check.
• Skills: Selects a skill level.
• Hints: Selects a dictionary to define
words in the passages.
2. Press F1 [Confirm] when done.
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5.7 Exercise Review
In Exercise Review, you can check the
latest scores and current skill levels in all
exercises.
1. In the Exercises menu, press /
to select “Exercise Review” and
then press OK / .
2. Press F1 [User] to select a user and
review his/her scores and skill
levels.
• Press / and then OK /
to
select a user.
3. Press F3 [Test] or F3 [Exercise] to
review the scores and skill levels in
the exercise or test mode.
5.8 Flashcards
Flashcards randomly picks words
from a selected word list to test your
memorization of new vocabularies. You
are required to recite the definitions or
translations of words which you have
saved in My Word List. See 4.5 My Word
List.
1. In the Exercises menu, press /
to select “Flashcards” and then
press OK / .
3. A word will be displayed on the
screen for you to study, define, and
translate.
4. If you can recite the definition
or translation, press F1 [ ] to
continue to the next word.
• If not, press F2 [Def]. Press
to
return to the exercise.
5. Press F5 [ ] to exit the exercise.
2. Press / to select a language
version you want and then press
OK / .
• Each version draws words from the
corresponding My Word List. You
should have several words entered
in My English Word List or My Spanish
Word List before the exercise.
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6. TOOLS Menu
6.1 Clock
1. In the Tools menu, press / to
select “Clock” and then press OK /
.
•
The clock shows the times of the local
city and a chosen world city.
2. Press F5 [ ] when done.
Setting Cities and DST
1. Press F1 [ ].
2.Press / to shift between local
and world cities and then press OK
/ .
3.Press / to select a city from the
list and then press OK / .
4. Press F3 [
] to turn Daylight
Saving Time on or off.
5. Press F4 [
] when done.
Setting Clock
1. Press F2 [ ].
2.Press / to shift between fields.
Press / to change values.
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•
Only local time has to be set, the
world city time will be updated
according to the local city.
3. Press F3 [24 hr] (or F3 [12hr]) to
change the time display format.
4. Press F4 [
] when done.
6.2 Calculator
1. In the Tools menu, press / to
select “Calculator” and then press
OK / .
• You can type up to 10 digits. To type a
decimal, press L(.). To change the sign
of a number, press C(+/-).
3. Press a math function key.
4. Type another number.
5. Press OK /
for the result.
6. Press ?*(AC) to start over again at
0.
Using the Calculator Memory
To demonstrate the calculator memory,
try the following equation: (32 x 12) – (8
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6. TOOLS Menu
2. Type a number.
x 8) = 320.
1. Type 32, press J(x), type 12, and
then press OK / .
2. If necessary, press M(MC) to clear
the calculator memory.
3. Press V(M+) to add the result to the
memory.
•M indicates a number is stored in
memory.
4. Type 8, press J(x), type 8, and then
press OK / .
5. Press B(M-) to subtract the result
from the number stored in the
memory.
6. Press N(MR) to retrieve the new
number from memory: 320.
6.3 Memo
1. In the Tools menu, press / to
select “Memo” and then press OK /
.
2. Press F1 [New].
3. Enter information in the available
fields.
• Press , OK or
to advance to the
next field.
• For the date, press / to move
between fields and use the number
keys to make changes (if necessary).
4. Press F1 [Cat.] to assign a category
to your memo.
• Press / to select a category and
then press OK /
to confirm.
5. When done, press F4 [Save].
• To quit without saving, press F5
[Close].
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Viewing Entries
1. In the Tools menu, press / to
select “Memo” and then press OK /
.
2. Press / to select an entry and
then press OK /
to view.
• Press F4 [Preview] to preview the
memo. Press this soft key again to
hide the preview.
• Press F5 [Filter] to view the entries
from the selected categories only.
3. Press / to scroll through the
available fields.
4.Press
to exit.
Editing Entries
Use the following soft keys:
• F2 [Delete]: To delete the selected or
current entry.
• F3 [Clear]: To erase all entries.
• F3 [Edit]: To edit the current entry.
6.4 Voice Memo
Making Recordings
1. In the Tools menu, press / to
select “Voice Memo” and then press
OK / .
Editing Recordings
In Voice Memo, press / to select a
recording to be edited.
• To change the file name of the
selected file, press F3 [
]. Create a
new file name and then press OK / .
• To delete the selected file, press F4 [
].
2. Press F1 [ ] to start recording.
• To pause recording, press F1 [ ].
Press F1 [ ] to resume.
3. Press F2 [ ] when done.
Listening to Recordings
1. In Voice Memo, press / to select
a recording and then press F2 [ ],
OK or .
To pause the playback, press F1 [ ].
Press F1 [ ] to resume.
2. Press F2 [ ] to stop the playback.
•
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7. SETTINGS Menu
7.3 Message Language
Use the following options to change the
settings of the device.
1. In the Settings menu, press / to
select Message Language and then
press OK / .
2.Press / to change the setting
and then press OK / .
• This setting determines the language
(English or Spanish) for prompts, help
and messages.
7.1 Auto Shutoff Time
1. In the Settings menu, press / to
select Auto Shutoff Time and then
press OK / .
2.Press / to change the setting
and then press OK / .
• This setting determines how long
your device stays on if no key is
pressed.
7.2 Brightness
1. In the Settings menu, press /
to select Brightness and then press
OK / .
2.Press / to change the setting
and then press OK / .
• This setting determines the
brightness of the screen.
• Turning down the brightness of the
screen can help save the battery life.
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7.4 Stylus Calibration
1. In the Settings menu, press / to
select Stylus Calibration and then
press OK / .
2. Follow the instructions to touch
the centers of the crosses on the
screen with a finger or a stylus.
• This helps improve the accuracy
when using the touch screen.
• Note: Stylus is not included.
7.5 Key Tone
1. In the Settings menu, press / to
select Key Tone and then press OK /
.
2.Press / to change the setting
and then press OK / .
• This setting determines if key tone
can be heard when a key is pressed.
8. General Controls
8.1 Connecting to
Headphones
8.2 Using USB Port
The USB port is located at the bottom
of the device for a micro-USB 1.1
compatible connection. See 9.1
Connecting to a PC.
8.3 Adjusting Sound
Volume
Press FN + vol+ or vol– to show the
volume control menu. Press / to
adjust the volume.
8.4 Changing Font Size
When viewing an entry, press AAA
repeatedly to change the font size.
You can view a help message at any
screen by pressing FN + i . In a help
message, press FN + M to display an
overview of all the help topics. Press /
to select the topic you want and then
press OK / . To exit help, press
.
7. SETTINGS Menu, 8. General Controls
The headphone jack is located on the
top of the device for 3.5 mm, 35 ohm
impedance stereo headphones. Caution:
Monophonic headphones will not work
with this unit.
8.5 Help is Always at
Hand
8.6 Resetting Your
Product
If the keyboard
fails to respond,
or if the screen
performs
erratically,
perform a system
reset by using
a paper clip to
gently press the
reset button on
the back of the device. Then press
to power on the device again.
Warning! Pressing the reset button
with more than light pressure may
permanently disable your product. In
addition, resetting the product erases
settings.
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8.7 Using the Touch
Screen
The screen of the device is touchsensitive.
You can use your finger or a stylus (not
included) to use the touch screen.
Note: The instructions in this user’s
guide are for operations through buttons
only though many icons, buttons and
headwords can be selected or operated
on the touch screen.
9. PC Connections
9.1 Connecting to a PC
Your device has a built-in USB port and
can be connected to your desktop or
laptop PC with a USB cable.
1. Turn on your device.
2. Connect the wide end of a USB
cable to a USB port on your PC and
the smaller end to the USB port on
your device.
Important: To avoid damaging the touch
screen, do not tap the screen with sharp
objects or apply excessive pressure to it.
3. You are asked if you want to
connect the device to your PC.
Press / to select “Yes” and then
press OK / .
• You see a new “Removable Disk”
available for selection on the screen
of your PC when the device is
properly connected to your PC.
* Compatible with MS Windows and MAC
OS X.
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9.3 About Your Device
Folders
You can transfer data to the device from
your PC or save copies of your data to
another location on your PC to backup
important information.
1. Make sure your device is connected
to your PC.
• See 9.1 Connecting to a PC.
2. On your PC, find the drive labeled
“Removable Disk” or “Franklin” and
double-click it to open it.
3. Right-click the image file you
want to copy from your PC to your
device and then click “Copy” from
the pop-up menu.
4. Right-click in the window of the
Removable Disk and then click
“Paste” from the pop-up menu.
• If your file is .txt formatted
personal dictionary, paste the file
in the “PersonalDict” folder of the
Removable Disk.
5. Repeat steps 3-4 to copy additional
files to your device.
6. Close the open folders.
7. Unplug the USB cable from your PC
and the device.
When you access your device on your PC,
an assortment of folders are available to
you depending on which features you
have used.
Remember, “PersonalDict” is always
the location to save any .txt formatted
personal dictionaries so they appear
on your device. “Record” is always the
location to save voice memos. Any other
available folders will contain the saved
material from other features.
9.4 Backing Up Your Data
Because you have access to the folders
in which any information you enter is
saved, you can backup this important
information on your PC. While your
device is connected to your PC, rightclick any or all of those folders and then
click “Copy”. Find a location on your PC
where you want to save this information,
right-click in that window and then click
“Paste” to save the information.
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9. PC Connections
9.2 Copying Files to Your
Device
9.5 Restoring Your Data
If you accidentally erase or lose
information, you can restore any
important information you have
previously saved to your PC. Connect
your device to your PC. Next, find the
location on your PC where you saved a
backup copy of your information. Rightclick on those files or folders and click
“Copy”. Click the window containing your
device’s folders, right-click and then click
“Paste” from the pop-up menu. You can
then re-access your previously saved
information.
10. Additional
Information
10.1 Specifications
Model: BSI-6300 Gran Maestro Color
Speaking Spanish-English Language
MasterTM
Battery: 1 x rechargeable lithium
polymer (3.7V, 600mAh)
Size: 5.2 x 3 x 0.5 in (132 x 78 x 12 mm)
Weight: 3.8 oz (108 g)
© 2013 FRANKLIN ELECTRONIC
PUBLISHERS, INC. Burlington, N.J. U.S.A.
All rights reserved.
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© 2006, Larousse Editorial, S.L.
© EuroTalk Ltd 2011,
The Visual Dictionary © QA International,
2010. All rights reserved.
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Collins Spanish Unabridged ©
HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2009
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Device Disposal
This device should be disposed
through your local electronic
product recycling system - do not
throw in 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
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disposing of used batteries. Please visit
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or its distributors to get info for battery
disposal and/or replacement. However,
shipping and handling expenses might
apply.
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10. Additional Information
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 battery.
10.2 Recycling and
Disposal
10.3 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:
• 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. The device is
not waterproof.
• Clean the device by spraying a mild
glass cleaner onto a cloth and wiping
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, and then wash your hands
immediately.
• Please keep screen protectors and
plastic bags away from babies
and children to avoid danger of
suffocation.
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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
Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc.
Attn: Service Department
One Franklin Plaza
8 Terri Lane
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.
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11.3 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.
11.4 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
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.
11.5 Limited Warranty
(Australia)
Our goods come with guarantees that
cannot be excluded under the Australian
Consumer Law. You are entitled to
a replacement or refund for a major
failure and compensation for any other
reasonably foreseeable loss or damage.
You are also entitled to have the goods
repaired or replaced if goods fail to be
of acceptable quality and the failure
does not amount to a major failure. 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. If you
think your product is defective, please
contact Franklin to arrange for repair or
replacement:
FRANKLIN ELECTRONIC PUBLISHERS
(AUST) PTY LTD.
Unit 4, 25 Gibbes Street, Chatswood, NSW
2067, Australia
Contact person: Service Manager
Tel: 1800 882 588
Email: service_au@franklin.com
Charges will be made for all repairs unless
valid proof of purchase is provided. Your
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product 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. The repair of your goods may result
in the loss of any user-generated data.
Please ensure that you have made a copy
of any data saved on your goods. Goods
presented for repair may be replaced
by refurbished goods of the same type
rather than being repaired. Refurbished
parts may be used to repair the goods.
This warranty explicitly excludes defects
due to misuse, accidental damage, or
wear and tear. This warranty does not
affect the consumer’s statutory rights.
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