Franklin SES-28004-00 Electronic Accessory User Manual

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SCD-2110
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FN
FN
+ 0-9 Types the special character
shown on the number key.
+ Displays a menu of special
characters, including: ! @ # $ % ^
& * ( ) – / \ ; : ‘ “ , . ? _ = ¡ ¿ [ and ].
+
Displays a help message.
menu
cap
?*
+
At a word entry screen, types an
asterisk to stand for a series of
letters in a word.
Direction Keys
User’s Guide
1.4 Using the Main Menu
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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 Installing the Batteries
Your product is powered by two AAA batteries.
Follow these easy instructions to install or
replace them. Please have the new batteries at
hand before you remove the old ones.
1. Turn your product off and turn it over.
2. Open the battery cover on the back of
your unit by pushing in the direction of
the arrow.
3. Remove the old batteries.
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
or if you take more than a few seconds while
changing the batteries, any information that
was entered in the built-in books may be
erased. You should always keep written copies
of your important information.
Battery Precautions
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Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged. Never recharge batteries that come
with the device.
Rechargeable batteries are to be removed
from the device before being charged.
Rechargeable batteries are only to be charged
under adult supervision.
Do not mix old and new batteries.
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.
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1) Screen
2) Speaker
3) Function Keys
4) USB Port: The USB Port is designed for a
mini-USB 1.1 compatible connection. Plug
the mini-USB jack of a USB cable into this
port and the standard-size USB jack into
your PC to connect your device to your PC.
5) Headphone jack: The headphone jack is
designed for 3.5 mm, 35 ohm impedance
stereo headphones. Caution: Monophonic
headphones will not work with this unit.
6) Power Key
7) Direction Keys
1.3 Key Guide
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
F5
the
key at the top of the
keyboard that corresponds to the label on
the screen that you want to select. These
labels change to reflect the different functions
available in the various books and exercises in
this device.
For example, in the main menu, the following
Soft Keys are available:
BOOKS
Displays the Books menu.
LEARN
Displays the Learn menu.
EXER
Displays the Exercises menu.
GAMES
Displays the Games menu.
TOOLS
Displays the Tools menu.
Please refer to the specific topics in this User’s
Guide to learn the function of any available
Soft Keys.
Function Keys
menu
cap FN clear
back enter = ?*
1.2 Understanding Your Device
Turns the product on or off.
Goes to the main menu. With FN,
displays a help message.
Speaks a word.
Shifts to type capital letters.
Shifts to allow prev, next,
page up, page down, and in
combination with the number
keys, types special characters.
Clears or cancels the current
operation and reverts to the last
menu, prompt or screen. Goes
to the word entry screen in any
book that has one. Clears the
calculator.
Backs up, erases a letter, or turns
off the highlight at an entry.
Enters a word, selects an item, or
begins a highlight in an entry.
At a word entry screen, types a ?
to stand for a letter in a word.
While in text, cycles through
the available font sizes (small,
medium, large).
Displays the volume bar. Press
or to adjust it.
At entry screens, types a space.
Combination Keys
1
2
Hold the first key while pressing the second.
Speaks a definition.
FN +
+ / Pages up or down.
+ / At a dictionary entry, displays the
previous or next entry.
cap + / At a menu, goes to the first or last
menu item. At an entry, goes to
the start or end of the entry.
FN
3
5
4
6
7
FN
Moves up ( ), down ( ), left
( ), or right ( ). Follow the
arrow: The flashing arrows on
the right of the screen show
which arrow keys you can press
to move around menus or view
more text.
In menus and dictionary entries,
pages down.
Use the main menu to quickly take you to
different books and exercises in your device.
The main menu contains five tabs: Books,
Learn, Exercises, Games and Tools. Use and
to move to another tab. Use and to
highlight the option you want and press
ENTER to select it. You can also go directly to a
tab by pressing the tab’s respective Soft Key.
1.5 Understanding the Menus
The Books tab enables you to look up
definitions, thesaurus entries, information
about English usage, punctuation, style, signs,
symbols and tables, notable quotations, and
translations of common words.
The Learn tab enables you to access My
Vocabulary List, a personal dictionary, and read
grammar lessons. You can also access the SAT®
Word List.
The Exercises tab allows you to access
Speaking Spelling Bee and Flashcards. You can
try both exercises using English words saved to
My Vocabulary List and those found in the SAT®
Word List.
The Games tab allows you to access the twelve
games included in your device: Word Train,
Hangman, Anagrams, Word Builder, Jumble, 1
and 2 player Link Four, Letris, Letter Poker, Word
Blaster, Word Dozer and Word Deduction. You
can also adjust the game settings.
The Tools tab allows you to access a
demonstration and tutorial of how this device
works. You can also adjust the device settings.
Use this menu to access a phone book,
schedule, memo book, class schedule, timer,
stopwatch, clock, calculator, metric converter
and currency converter.
LIST
add the highlighted word to My
Vocabulary List
TRANS look up translations of the
highlighted word
6. Once the word you want is highlighted,
press ENTER to look it up.
Press or SPACE to scroll.
Press
to hear a headword
pronounced. Press FN and then press
to hear the definition read.
7. Press FN and then press or to view
the next or previous entry.
8. Press CLEAR when done.
Press MENU to go to the main menu.
Understanding Definitions
Entries may consist of headwords, parts
of speech, and definitions. Other forms of
the word may follow the headword. After
the definition, you may see a list of usage
examples.
Misspelling Words
If you enter a misspelled word, a list of
corrections appears. Highlight the word you
want and then press ENTER to see its entry.
Viewing Multiple Entries
If a search finds more than one matching entry
you can easily move back and forth between
the matches. Press FN and then press or to
go to the previous or next matching entry.
Understanding Confusables
Confusables are homonyms, homophones
and spelling variants that are easy to confuse,
e.g. board, bored. If the word you looked up is
a confusable, the CONF Soft Key is displayed.
Press CONF to view the confusables.
2.2 Hearing Words
1. Press MENU.
2. Press TOOLS.
You can also press or until you reach
the Setup menu.
3.Press to highlight either Tutorial or
View Demo and press ENTER.
To stop the demonstration or exit from the
Tutorial and return to the Tools menu, press
CLEAR.
This dictionary can pronounce the words that
appear on almost any screen – in definitions,
spell correction lists, My Vocabulary List, and
games. When you want to hear how a word
is pronounced, just highlight it and press
.
To adjust the volume, first press
. Then
press or to adjust it higher or lower. You
can also plug headphones into the headphone
jack which is located on the right side of the
device when looking at the screen.
Try this example.
1. Press MENU.
2. Press BOOKS.
3. M-W’s 11th Collegiate Dictionary is
highlighted. Press ENTER to select it.
4. Type a word (e.g., ptarmigan).
5.Press
to hear it pronounced.
6. Press ENTER to see its definition.
7.Press
to hear the headword
pronounced or press FN and then press
to hear the definition read.
Note: Definitions can only be read in the
Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate® Dictionary,
11th Edition.
8. Press ENTER to start the highlight.
9. Use the arrow keys to move the highlight
to a word you want to hear.
10.Press
to hear the highlighted
word pronounced.
11.Press CLEAR when done.
1.7 Help is Always at Hand
2.3 Using the Thesaurus
1.6 Viewing a Demonstration or
Tutorial
You can view a help message at any screen by
pressing FN and then pressing MENU. Press
or to read. To exit help, press BACK.
2. BOOKS Menu
2.1 Finding Dictionary Entries
Use the Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate®
Dictionary, 11th Edition to look up definitions.
1. Press MENU.
2. Press BOOKS.
3. M-W’s 11th Collegiate Dictionary is
highlighted. Press ENTER to select it.
4. Begin typing a word (e.g., intuition).
As you type letters, the first word in the
book that matches the letters you type
moves to the top of the word list. You may
not have to type the entire word in order
to find the one you want. In this example,
note that “intuition” appears on the screen
after you type “intu”.
5. When the word you want is on the
screen, press until the word is
highlighted.
Or you can continue typing letters until the
word is complete and the matching word is
automatically highlighted.
To erase a letter, press BACK. To type a
capital, press CAP and then press a letter
key.
Press...To...
hear the highlighted word
pronounced
THES
look up the highlighted word’s
thesaurus entry
Use the Franklin Thesaurus to find synonyms,
antonyms and other information about a word.
1. Press MENU.
2. Press BOOKS.
3.Use or to highlight Franklin
Thesaurus, then press ENTER.
4. Begin typing a word (e.g., complete).
As you type letters, the first word in the
book that matches the letters you type
moves to the top of the word list. You may
not have to type the entire word in order
to find the one you want. In this example,
note that “complete” appears on the screen
after you type “complet”.
5. When the word you want is on the
screen, press until the word is
highlighted.
Or you can continue typing letters until the
word is complete and the matching word is
automatically highlighted.
To erase a letter, press BACK. To type a
capital, press CAP and then press a letter
key.
Press
to hear the word you typed
pronounced.
6. Press ENTER to view the thesaurus entry.
Press or SPACE to scroll.
Press
to hear a headword
pronounced.
7. Hold FN and press or to view the
next or previous entry.
8. Press CLEAR when done.
Press MENU to go to the main menu.
Understanding Thesaurus Entries
A thesaurus entry consists of a group of
synonyms, antonyms 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.
Classmates are words that are related in
some way to the word being defined, e.g.
triangle/triangle; castanets; cymbal; drum;
glockenspiel;....
2.4 Highlighting Words
Another way to look up words is by
highlighting them in entries or word lists.
You can then find their definitions, thesaurus
entries, or add them to My Vocabulary List.
1. At any text, press ENTER to start the
highlight.
To turn the highlight off, press BACK.
2. Use the arrow keys to move the highlight
to the word you want.
Press...To...
ENTER or DICT define the word
hear the word pronounced
THES
view the word’s thesaurus
entry
LIST
add the word to My
Vocabulary List
TRANS
look up translations of the
word
Note: Not all Soft Key functions are
available in all locations.
3. Press CLEAR when done.
Press MENU to go to the main menu.
2.5 Finding Letters in Words
If you are uncertain about how to spell a
word, type a question mark (?) in place of each
unknown letter. 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. Go to any word entry screen.
You can access a word entry screen by
selecting M-W’s 11th Collegiate Dictionary,
Franklin Thesaurus, or 5 Language Translator
from the Books menu.
2. Type a word with ?’s and ✽’s.
To type an asterisk, hold down CAP and
press ?* .
3. Press ENTER.
4.Press to move the highlight to the
word you want and press ENTER to view
its entry.
5. Press CLEAR when done.
Press MENU to go to the main menu.
2.6 Reading About English
Usage
This device contains a book to help you review
and learn common rules of English usage.
1. Press MENU.
2. Press BOOKS.
3.Use or to highlight M-W’s Concise
English Usage, then press ENTER.
4.Use or to highlight the topic you
want and press ENTER.
Use or to highlight a sub-topic, if
needed, and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE or to scroll.
6. Press CLEAR when done.
Press MENU to go to the main menu.
2.7 Reading About Punctuation
and Style
This device contains a book to help you review
and learn common rules of punctuation and
style.
1. Press MENU.
2. Press BOOKS.
3.Use or to highlight M-W’s Guide to
Punctuation & Style, then press ENTER.
4.Use or to highlight the topic you
want and press ENTER.
Use or to highlight a sub-topic, if
needed, and press ENTER.
5. Press SPACE or to scroll.
6. Press CLEAR when done.
Press MENU to go to the main menu.
2.8 Using Signs, Symbols and
Tables
This dictionary contains over 20 tables of
useful information about science, geography,
and other fields of knowledge.
To view a table, do the following:
1. Press MENU.
2. Press BOOKS.
3.Use or to highlight M-W’s Signs,
Symbols and Tables, then press ENTER.
4.Press or to highlight the topic you
want.
You can also type a letter to go to the
first topic beginning with that letter. For
example, type st to highlight Stamps and
stamp collecting.
5. Press ENTER to view its entry.
Press or if necessary, to highlight the
sub-topic you want and then press ENTER.
Press BACK to return to the list.
Press SPACE or to scroll.
6. Press CLEAR when done.
Press MENU to go to the main menu.
2.9 Finding Quotations
This dictionary contains a book of notable
quotations, that you can find by author,
subject or work.
1. Press MENU.
2. Press BOOKS.
3.Use or to highlight M-W’s Dictionary of
Quotations, then press ENTER.
4.Press or to highlight the search
option you want.
Search by Author displays a list of authors,
arranged alphabetically.
Search by Subject displays a list of subject,
arranged alphabetically.
Search by Work displays a list of published
works, arranged alphabetically.
5. Press ENTER.
6.Press or to highlight the author,
subject or work you want.
Press SPACE to scroll one page at a time.
You can also type a letter to go to the
first item beginning with that letter. For
example, in the authors list, type cs to
highlight C.S. Lewis.
7. Press ENTER.
Note: If multiple quotes exist for an author,
subject or work, press or to highlight
the quote you want and then press ENTER.
Press SPACE or to scroll.
8. Press CLEAR when done.
Press MENU to go to the main menu.
2.10 Using the 5-Language
Translator
Use the 5-language translator to translate
words to and from English, Spanish, French,
German, and Italian.
1. Press MENU.
2. Press BOOKS.
3.Use or to highlight 5 Language
Translator, then press ENTER.
The input language is English by default.
Press a language’s respective Soft Key to
change the input language.
4. Begin typing a word (e.g., place).
As you type letters, the first word in the
book that matches the letters you type
moves to the top of the word list. You may
not have to type the entire word in order
to find the one you want. In this example,
note that “place” appears on the screen
after you type “pl”.
5. When the word you want is on the
screen, press until the word is
highlighted.
Or you can continue typing letters until the
word is complete and the matching word is
automatically highlighted.
To erase a letter, press BACK. To type a
capital, press CAP and then press a letter
key.
5. Press ENTER to view the translations.
Press SPACE or to scroll.
6. Press CLEAR when done.
Press MENU to go to the main menu.
3. LEARN Menu
3.1 Using My Vocabulary List
You can save up to 100 words in My Vocabulary
List for personal study or review. My Vocabulary
List is saved between sessions unless your
product is reset.
Adding Words from the Learn
Menu
1. Press MENU.
2. Press LEARN.
3. My Vocabulary List will be highlighted.
Press ENTER to select it.
4. Press ADD.
5. Type a word and then press ENTER.
Note: If the word you typed is not found in
any dictionary on the device you see a list
of possible corrections.
6. Press CLOSE when done.
Adding Words from the
Dictionary
You can add words to My Vocabulary List from
any dictionary or thesaurus in your device.
1. Press MENU.
You see the Books menu.
2.Use or to select a dictionary or
thesaurus and then press ENTER.
3. Type the word you want to look up
and add to your word list (for example,
poignant).
4. Press LIST.
Add “poignant” to word list?, Go to My
Vocabulary List, and Cancel appear in a
menu. Press or to highlight the option
you want and press ENTER. A message will
confirm if your entry was added.
You can also press ENTER to view the
dictionary or thesaurus entry and then
press LIST to see your options.
5. Press CLEAR when done.
Viewing My Vocabulary List
1. Press MENU.
2. Press LEARN.
3. My Vocabulary List will be highlighted.
Press ENTER to select it.
The number of entries appears at the top
right of the screen.
4.Press or to highlight an entry.
You can also type the first few letters of a word
to go directly to that part of the list.
5. Press ENTER to view its definition.
6. Press CLOSE when done.
Deleting Words
1. Press MENU.
2. Press LEARN.
3. My Vocabulary List will be highlighted.
Press ENTER to select it.
The number of entries appears at the top
right of the screen.
4.Press or to highlight an entry.
You can also type the first few letters of a word
to go directly to that part of the list.
5. Press DELETE to remove the highlighted
entry.
You are asked to confirm the deletion. Yes
is highlighted. Press ENTER to delete the
word. Press to highlight No and then
press ENTER to cancel the deletion.
6. To delete all words, press DEL ALL.
You are asked to confirm the deletion. No
is highlighted. Press ENTER to cancel the
deletion. Press to highlight Yes and then
press ENTER to erase the list. Note: Only
the current list is erased.
7. Press CLEAR when done.
3.2 Reading the Grammar Guide
Your device includes an outline of English
grammar topics such as parts of speech, phrases,
clauses, the correct usage of punctuation, and
so on.
1. Press MENU.
2. Press LEARN.
3.Press or to highlight Grammar Guide
and then press ENTER.
Each major section is composed of topics and
sub-topics.
4.Press or to highlight the topic you want
to study and then press ENTER.
5. If necessary, highlight the sub-topic you
want and press ENTER.
6. Press SPACE or to read.
If a topic contains a quiz to help you review
the rules described in that topic, the QUIZ Soft
Key will be displayed. Press QUIZ to begin the
quiz. Follow the instructions on the screen
to complete the quiz. To exit the quiz, press
CLOSE.
7. Press FN and then press or to view the
next or previous topic.
8. Press BACK to return to the list of topics.
9. Press CLEAR or MENU when done.
3.3 Using the SAT® Word List
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 MENU.
2. Press LEARN.
3.Press or to highlight SAT® Word List,
then press ENTER.
Press 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 see gregarious.
Press ENTER at any word to view its
definition. 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.
3.4 Using Personal Dictionaries
Use the Personal Dictionary feature to view any
.csv formatted personal dictionaries that you
have imported to your device from a PC. For
more information about importing dictionaries
to your device, please see “Copying Files to
Your Device”.
1. Press MENU.
2. Press LEARN.
2.Press to select Personal Dictionary and
then press ENTER.
Any .csv files you have imported to your
device appear in a list.
3.Press or to select the dictionary you
want to view and then press ENTER.
You see the list of entries contained in the
selected dictionary.
4.Press or to select the entry you want
to view.
You can also type letters to go directly to
that part of the list.
5. Press ENTER to view the selected entry.
6. Press CLOSE or CLEAR when done.
4. EXERCISES Menu
Using Exercises, you can test your spelling and
improve your vocabulary.
4.1 Speaking Spelling Bee
1. Press MENU.
2. Press EXER.
You can choose My Speaking Spelling Bee
which uses words from My Vocabulary List
or SAT® Speaking Spelling Bee which uses
words from the SAT® Word List.
3.Press or to highlight the one you
want, then press ENTER.
A word will be pronounced for you to spell.
To hear the word again, press
.
4. Type in the word you just heard and
press ENTER to see if you spelled it right.
Press HINT to flash the word on the screen.
Press QUIT to reveal the word.
5. Press DEFINITION to see the definition of
the word.
Press BACK to return to Speaking Spelling
Bee.
6. Press NEW for a new word.
7. Press END when done.
4.2 Flashcards
1. Press MENU.
2. Press EXER.
You can choose My Flashcards which uses
words from My Vocabulary List or SAT®
Flashcards which uses words from the SAT®
Word List.
3.Press or to highlight the one you
want, then press ENTER.
A word will appear on the screen for
you to study or define. If needed, press
DEFINITION to see the definition. Press
BACK to return to Flashcards.
4. Press NEW for a new word.
5. Press END when done.
5. GAMES Menu
You have twelve fun games to choose from.
5.1 Changing Game Settings
Before you play, you can choose the source of
the words or the skill level.
1. Press MENU.
2. Press GAMES.
3. Game Settings is highlighted. Press ENTER
to select it.
4.Use or to move to Game Words or
Skill Level.
Game Words chooses the source of the
words: M-W’s 11th Collegiate Dictionary,
SAT® Word List, or My Vocabulary List.
Skill Level determines how easy or difficult
a game is.
5.Use to open the drop-down menu.
6.Press or to highlight the option you
want and then press ENTER.
7. Press BACK to return to the Games
menu.
5.2 Selecting a Game
In the Games menu, use or to move the
highlight to the game of your choice and press
ENTER.
5.3 Getting Help in the Games
During any game you can read instructions by
pressing HELP.
You can get a hint by pressing HINT or reveal
the game word by pressing QUIT. Note: If you
reveal the game word, you lose the round.
6. TOOLS Menu
6.1 Using Phonebook, Schedule
and Memo
Adding Entries
1. Press MENU and then press TOOLS.
2.Press or to select Phone Book,
Schedule or Memo and then press ENTER.
3. Press NEW.
4. Enter the appropriate information in the
available fields.
Press or ENTER to advance to the next
field.
To erase a letter, press BACK.
To type a capital, hold CAP and press a
letter key.
To type a number, press a number key.
To enter a special character (if permitted),
press FN and then press a number key.
You can also press FN and then press
to view a menu of special characters. Use
the direction keys to select one and press
ENTER.
In schedule or memo records, press
when required to open a pop-up menu. In
schedule records, this includes selecting
the type of event, the time of the event and
whether or not to set an alarm. In memos,
this includes selecting a date. Use the
navigation buttons to select your settings
and then press ENTER.
5. When done, press SAVE to add the entry.
Press CLOSE to exit without saving the
entry. You are asked to confirm the exit. Yes
is highlighted. Press ENTER to exit without
saving. Press to highlight No and then
press ENTER to cancel the exit.
Viewing Entries
1. Press MENU and then press TOOLS.
2.Press or to select Phonebook,
Schedule or Memo and then press ENTER.
3.Press or to select an entry.
4. Press ENTER to view the selected entry.
5.Press or to scroll through the
available fields.
If a field contains too much information
than can fit on the screen, it will display in a
pop-up box while that field is highlighted.
Press EDIT or DELETE to edit or delete the
current entry.
Press CLOSE to exit.
Editing Entries
1. Press MENU and then press TOOLS.
2.Press or to select Phonebook,
Schedule or Memo and then press ENTER.
3.Press or to select an entry.
4. Press EDIT to edit the selected entry.
5. Make your changes just as you would
when adding an entry.
Press or ENTER to advance to the next
field.
Press or to move the cursor. To erase a
letter, press BACK.
6. Press SAVE when done.
Press CLOSE to exit without saving any
changes.
Deleting Entries
1. Press MENU and then press TOOLS.
2.Press or to select Phonebook,
Schedule or Memo and then press ENTER.
3.Press or to select an entry.
4. Press DELETE to remove the selected
entry.
You are asked to confirm the deletion. No
is highlighted. Press ENTER to cancel the
deletion. Press to highlight Yes and then
press ENTER to delete the word.
5. To delete all entries, press DEL ALL.
You are asked to confirm the deletion. No
is highlighted. Press ENTER to cancel the
deletion. Press to highlight Yes and then
press ENTER to erase the list.
Using a Password
You can use a password to prevent
unauthorized access to the phonebook,
schedule, memos and class schedule.
Warning! Always write the password in a safe,
separate location. To protect your information,
please make regular copies of your data on
your PC. For more information on backing up
and restoring your data, please see “Copying
Files to Your Device”.
1. Press MENU and then press TOOLS.
2.Press or to select Phonebook,
Schedule, Memo or Class Schedule and
then press ENTER.
3. Press PASSWD.
4. At the prompt, type a password of up to
eight characters and press ENTER.
For security, each character will appear as *.
5. Re-enter the same password and press
CONFIRM or ENTER.
If the passwords do not match, you must
start over. The password you set will be
requested whenever the Phonebook (or
other protected feature) is selected.
6. To change the password, repeat Steps
1-5.
To disable the password, press ENTER at
both password prompts.
6.2 Class Schedule
Adding Classes
1. Press MENU and then press TOOLS.
2.Press or to select Class Schedule and
then press ENTER.
3. Press FN and then press or to set
the tab to the desired day of the week.
Then press or to select one of the
12 preset blocks of time in AM, PM, or
Night.
4. Press EDIT to add a class.
5. Type a class name and press ENTER.
Press DETAILS to add a teacher, address,
and memo.
Press or ENTER to advance to the next
field.
To erase a letter, press BACK.
To type a capital, press CAP and then press
a letter key.
To type a number, press a number key.
To enter a special character (if permitted),
press FN and then press a number key.
You can also press FN and then press to
view a menu of special characters. Use the
direction keys to highlight one and then
press ENTER.
Press SAVE when you are finished adding
details.
6. Continue adding classes until your class
schedule is complete, then press SAVE.
Press DEL ALL to delete all classes. You
are asked to confirm the deletion. Cancel
is highlighted. Press ENTER to cancel the
deletion. Press to highlight OK and then
press ENTER to erase the schedule.
Press PASSWD to assign a password to
your Class Schedule. Please see “Using a
Password” in “Using Phonebook, Schedule
and Memo”.
4. Press ENTER to select the highlighted
city.
The new city will be displayed, along with
the appropriate time for that new city.
While selecting a city, press DST ON (or
DST OFF) to toggle daylight saving time
(DST) on or off.
5. Press SAVE when done.
Press CLOSE to exit without saving any
changes.
6.6 Using the Calculator
1. Hold FN and then press or to change
days.
2.Press or to scroll through the
schedule.
3. Press ENTER or DETAILS to view any
details of the highlighted class, then
press BACK to return to the schedule.
Your device also includes a scientific calculator
that allows you to perform advanced
calculations.
1. Press MENU and then press TOOLS.
2.Press or to select Calculator and then
press ENTER.
3. Perform your calculation.
Press CLEAR or AC to clear all calculations.
Press CE to clear only the current number.
Press ENTER to complete the calculation.
Press...To...
T(.)
type a decimal point
M(+/-) change the number from positive
to negative or vice versa
Y(+)
add numbers
U(-)
subtract numbers
I(x)
multiply numbers
O(÷)
divide numbers
6.3 Timer
Advanced Calculations
Viewing Your Schedule
1. Press MENU and then press TOOLS.
2.Press or to select Timer and then
press ENTER.
3. Press SETUP.
4.Press to open a calendar.
A calendar is displayed.
5. Use the direction keys to select a target
date (day, month, and year) and then
press ENTER.
6.Press to go to the event field.
7. Type an event title.
8. Press START when finished.
The Timer screen will then display how long
it will be until the day of the event.
9. Press CLOSE when done.
Press RESET to clear the scheduled event.
6.4 Stopwatch
1. Press MENU and then press TOOLS.
2.Press or to select Stopwatch and then
press ENTER.
3. When ready, press START to begin
timing.
The stopwatch begins counting time in
hundredths of a second (HH:MM:SS.ss).
4. Press PAUSE to allow for adjustments.
For example, a time-out, caution flag, or
other non-event pause. Press CONTINUE
when ready to resume where the
stopwatch left off.
5. Press LAP as the participant reaches the
end of each lap or portion of the event.
Up to six (6) split times are recorded.
6. Press PAUSE to view the final time.
7. Press RESET to start over again.
6.5 Using the Clock
The clock displays both home time and world
time in your selected format. You can use
the clock to check the time in different cities
around the world.
1. Press MENU and then press TOOLS.
2.Press or to select Clock and then
press ENTER.
The current time and date is displayed for
the selected home and world cities.
3. Press CLOSE when done.
Setting the Date and Time
1. While viewing the clock, press SETUP.
2. Adjust the date and time for your home
city.
Press or to change the current setting.
Press or to move between the fields.
While setting the clock, press 24 HR (or 12
HR) to toggle between a 12- and 24-hour
clock.
3. Press SAVE when done.
Press CLOSE to exit without saving any
changes.
Changing Cities
1.
2.
Press CITY.
The home city is highlighted.
Press ENTER to change the home city.
Or you can press and then press ENTER
to change the world city.
A menu of cities is displayed.
3.Press or to highlight the city you
want.
You can also type the first few letters of a
city name to go directly to that part of the
list.
Press BACK to exit without selecting a new
city.
Press...To...
N(1/x)
calculate a reciprocal
X(√x)
calculate a square root
Z(x2)
square a number.
C(xy)calculate x raised to the
yth power. For example,
press 3, C, 2, then ENTER
to calculate 3 raised to the
power of 2.
F(inv) + C(y√x) calculate the yth root of x.
For example, press 4, F, C, 8,
1 then ENTER to calculate
the 4th root of 81.
R(%)
calculate percentages. For
example, press 2, 5, I(x),
2, 0, R, then ENTER to
calculate the value of 20%
of 25.
A(sin)
calculate the SIN of an
angle. For example, press
A, 3, 0, CAP, 0, then ENTER
to calculate the SIN of a 30
degree angle.
F(inv) + A(sin) calculate an inverse SIN
S(cos)
calculate the COS of an
angle. For example, press
S, 6, 0, CAP, 0, then ENTER
to calculate the COS of a 60
degree angle.
F(inv) + S(cos) calculate an inverse COS
D(tan)
calculate the TAN of an
angle. For example, press
D, 4, 5, CAP, 0, then ENTER
to calculate the TAN of a 45
degree angle.
F(inv) + D(tan) calculate an inverse TAN
Q(log)
calculate logarithms
W(10x)
calculate 10 to the xth
power
E(ln)
calculate natural logarithms
P(π)
inputs the numerical value
of π into an equation
B(n!)
calculate the factorial of n
V(exp)
calculate the constant
e raised to the specified
power. e is the base of the
natural logarithm.
Calculator Memory
Try the following equation to practice using
the calculator memory:
(32 x 12) - (8 x 8) = 320
1. Press CLEAR or AC to clear the calculator,
if necessary.
2. Press K(mc) to clear the calculator
memory, if necessary.
3.Type 32, press I(x), type 12 and then
press ENTER.
4. Press G(m+) to add the result to memory.
m indicates a number is stored in memory.
5. Press CLEAR or AC.
6. Type 8, press I(x), type 8 and then press
ENTER.
7. Press H(m-) to subtract the result from
the number stored in memory.
8. Press CLEAR or AC.
9. Press J(mr) to retrieve the number from
memory.
6.7 Metric Converter
1. Press MENU and then press TOOLS.
2.Press to select Metric Converter and
then press ENTER.
3.Press or to select a conversion
category.
4.Press or to select a unit of measure.
5. Type a number.
As you type, the other units display their
converted values. To type a decimal, press
T(.). Use BACK to delete a number.
6. Press CLEAR or NEW to reset all values
and perform another conversion.
6.8 Currency Converter
1. Press MENU and then press TOOLS.
2.Press to select Currency Converter and
then press ENTER.
3.Press or to select a currency.
4. Type the amount you have in the
highlighted currency.
The amount you type is automatically
converted to the listed currencies
according to the saved exchange rates.
5. Press NEW or CLEAR to clear a
conversion.
to go directly to that part of the list.
For Home City DST, World City DST and Time
Format, pressing or changes and saves
the setting.
7. Press ENTER to save the setting.
Press BACK to exit without saving.
8. Press CLOSE when done.
7. Resetting Your Product
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 on your unit.
The reset button is recessed in a pin-sized
hole on the back of your device.
Adjusting Exchange Rates
1. Press SETUP.
2.Press or to select an exchange rate
you want to change.
Each exchange rate is based upon the
equivalent to 1 US Dollar.
3. Press CLEAR to clear the selected rate.
4. Enter a new exchange rate.
5. Adjust as many rates as you want.
6. Press SAVE.
Press CLOSE to exit without saving your
changes.
Press DEFAULT to reset all exchange rates
to their default values.
6.9 Changing the Settings
When using this device, you can activate
the Learn a Word feature, adjust the screen
contrast, the shutoff time, and the type size.
You can also set up the time, date and cities
displayed in the clock.
1. Press MENU.
2. Press TOOLS.
You can also press or until you reach
the Tools menu.
3. Settings will be highlighted. Press ENTER
to select it.
4.Press or to move to Shutoff,
Contrast, Type Size, Learn a Word or Time
Setup.
Shutoff determines how long your product
stays on if no key is pressed.
Contrast determines how dark or light the
screen is.
Type Size determines how large or small the
text is in the device.
Learn a Word determines whether or not
you see a word every time you turn on your
device.
Time Setup establishes the time, date and
city settings for the clock.
Note: To reset your device to its default
settings, press FN and then press CLEAR.
The Organizer password is not erased.
5.Press or to change the setting.
Your changes are automatically saved.
Note: At Time Setup, pressing opens a
secondary menu of options. Please see
“Setting the Time and Date” for more
information.
6. Press ENTER when done.
Press CLEAR or CLOSE to return to the Tools
menu.
Learn a New Word
Your dictionary comes with a Learn a Word
feature to help you increase your vocabulary.
Each time you turn your dictionary on, you can
see a random headword.
6.10 Setting the Time and Date
When is at Time Setup, press to open a
sub-menu of options for setting up the clock.
1. Press MENU.
2. Press TOOLS.
3. Settings is highlighted. Press ENTER to
select it.
4.Press to move to Time Setup and
then press ENTER.
5.Press or to move to Date, Time,
Home City, World City, Home City DST,
World City DST, or Time Format.
Date sets the date for your home city.
Time sets the time for your home city.
Home City allows you to select the major
city or region closest to your home.
World City allows you to select a world city
or region that you want to monitor.
Home City DST sets daylight saving time
(DST) for your home city on or off.
World City DST sets daylight saving time
(DST) for your world city on or off.
Time Format determines whether you use a
12- or 24-hour clock.
6.Press or to open a pop-up box.
For Date and Time, press or to move
between the fields. Press or to change
them.
For Home City and World City, press or
to highlight a city. You can also type a letter
Warning! Pressing the reset button with
more than light pressure may permanently
disable your product. In addition, resetting
the product erases settings and information
entered in its built-in books.
8. PC Connections
8.1 Connecting Your Device
Your device has a built-in USB port. When
looking at the keyboard, the USB port is on the
left side of your device.
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.
You see a “Franklin connects” icon on the
screen of your device when it is properly
connected to your PC. The keyboard on
your device is now disabled.
The first time you plug your device into
your PC, software drivers must install. This
happens automatically. When the drivers
are installed your PC will let you know that
your device is ready to use. A window may
also be opened displaying the available
folders on your device. If you need to find
it, look for a drive labeled “Removable Disk”.
8.2 Copying Files to Your Device
Your device is not limited to the books
it comes with. You can transfer personal
dictionaries. You can also save copies of your
data to another location on your PC to backup
important information.
Try copying a personal dictionary to your
device.
1. Make sure your device is connected to
your PC.
See “Connecting Your Device” for more
information.
2. On your PC, use Windows Explorer to
find the drive labelled “Removable Disk”
and double-click it to open it.
3. Double-click “PersonalDict” to open that
folder.
4. Navigate on your PC to where you store
.csv files.
Or you can create a custom dictionary
using a spreadsheet or database
application. Note: Custom dictionaries
should be created with the following
structure:
word-1
definition for word-1
word-2
definition for word-2
...
...
Important: When you save the file, please
be sure to select “CSV (comma delimited)
(*.csv)” format.
The file name you give the file is exactly
how it will display on your device.
5. Right-click the .csv file you want to copy
to your device and then click “Copy”
from the pop-up menu.
6. Right-click in the “PersonalDict” window
and then click “Paste” from the pop-up
menu.
7. Repeat steps 4 through 6 to copy
additional files to your device.
8. Close the open folders.
9. Unplug the USB cable from your PC and
the device.
10.Press MENU and then press LEARN.
11.Press to highlight Personal Dictionary
and then press ENTER.
8.3 About Your Device Folders
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 .csv formatted personal
dictionaries so they appear on your device.
Any other available folders will contain the
saved material from My Vocabulary List, the
Phone book and other features.
8.4 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,
right-click 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.
8.5 Restoring Your Data
If you accidentally erase information or it is lost
while replacing the batteries, 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.
Right-click 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.
9. Additional Information
9.1 Specifications
Model SCD-2110: Speaking MerriamWebster’s Collegiate® Dictionary, 11th Edition
Batteries: two AAA
Size: 102 x 76 x 19.5 mm (4 x 3 x 0.8 in)
Weight: 155 g (5.5 oz)
© 2003-2012 FRANKLIN ELECTRONIC
PUBLISHERS, INC. Burlington, N.J. 08016-4907
U.S.A. All rights reserved.
©2003-2008 Merriam-Webster, Incorporated.
All rights reserved.
ISBN 978-1-59074-676-9
9.2 Recycling and Disposal
Device Disposal
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.
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.
9.3 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.
9.4 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.
9.5 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 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.
10. Warranty Information
10.1 Disclaimer of Warranties
Except as specifically provided herein, Franklin
makes no warranty of any kind, express or
implied, with respect to this product.
10.2 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.
10.3 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.
10.4 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.
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