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KITCHEN RADIO
KH 2281
KITCHEN RADIO
Operating instructions
KOMPERNASS GMBH · BURGSTRASSE 21 · D-44867 BOCHUM
www.kompernass.com
ID-Nr.: KH2281-07/08-V1
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INDEX
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Technical data
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Intended Use
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Safety instructions
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Items supplied
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Part identification
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Fixing the kitchen radio beneath a wall cabinet
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Setting up the kitchen radio
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Commissioning
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Inserting the back-up batteries ........................................................................................................5
Providing mains power.....................................................................................................................5
Setting the time .................................................................................................................................6
Setting the date.................................................................................................................................6
Switching the display lighting on and off ......................................................................................6
Selecting 12 or 24 hour time display ............................................................................................6
Kitchen timer......................................................................................................................................6
Setting alarm times (Alarms 1 and 2) ............................................................................................7
Radio operation
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Manual station selection..................................................................................................................8
Automatic station search..................................................................................................................8
Programming stations .......................................................................................................................8
Adjusting the volume. .......................................................................................................................8
Switching the bass booster on ........................................................................................................8
Lock function .....................................................................................................................................8
Setting the automatic switch-off time...............................................................................................8
Cleaning
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Disposal
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Importer
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Warranty & Service
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Read these operating instructions carefully before using the appliance for the first time and preserve this
booklet for later reference. Pass this booklet on to whoever might acquire the appliance at a future date.
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KITCHEN RADIO KH2281 Intended Use
This Kitchen Radio is intended for use either freestanding or for assembly beneath a wall cabinet.
The intended uses for this Kitchen Radio are the
reception of FM radio transmissions and as an
alarm/timer, using either signal tones or the radio
itself. This Kitchen Radio is not intended for utilisation
in commercial or industrial applications.
No warranty claims will be granted for damage
resulting from improper use!
Technical data
This appliance complies with the fundamental requirements and other relevant prescripts of both the EMC
Guidelines 2004/108/EG and the Guidelines for
Low Voltage Appliances 2006/95/EG.
Power supply:
AC 220 - 240 V ~50 Hz
Power consumption : 5 Watt
Power consumption:
Standby:
0,7 W
Operating temperature: +5 ~ +35°C
Humidity:
5 ~ 90 %
(No condensation)
Dimensions
(L x D x H):
305 x 157 x 45 mm
Weight :
approx. 800 g
Protection class:
II /
Safety instructions
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Backup batteries
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2x 1.5 V, Type AAA/LR03/Micro
(Batteries not supplied)
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Frequency range radio:
VHF (FM):
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87.5 – 108.5 MHz
The technical features of the appliance enable an
adjustable frequency range of FM 87.5 - 108.5 MHz.
In some countries, different national regulations may
apply to the assigned radio frequency ranges. Please
note that information received outside of the assigned
radio frequency ranges may not be used, passed on
to third parties or otherwise misused.
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This appliance is not intended for use by individuals (including children) with restricted physical,
physiological or intellectual abilities or deficiences
in experience and/or knowledge unless they are
supervised by a person responsible for their
safety or receive from this person instruction in
how the appliance is to be used.
Children should be supervised to ensure that
they do not play with the appliance.
To avoid unintentional switching on, disconnect
the power cable after use and before cleaning.
Check the appliance and all parts for visible
damage. The safety concept can work only if the
appliance is in a faultless condition.
The power plug must always be easily accessible,
so that the appliance can be quickly separated
from the mains in the event of an emergency.
Risk of electrical shocks.
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Connect the appliance only to correctly installed
and earthed mains sockets. Ensure that the rating
of the local power supply tallies completely with
the details given on the rating plate of the
appliance.
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Injury hazard
To avoid risks, arrange for defective power plugs
and/or cables to be replaced at once by qualified
technicians or our Customer Service Department.
Arrange for customer service to repair or replace
connecting cables and/or appliances that are
not functioning properly or have been damaged.
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NEVER submerse the appliance in water.
Wipe it only with a slightly damp cloth.
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Do not expose the appliance to rain and never
use it in a humid or wet environment.
Make sure that the power cable does not
become wet during operation.
Do not attempt to open the housing or to repair
the radio. Should you do so, appliance safety is
no longer assured and the warranty becomes
void.
Protect the appliance against drip and spray
water. Do not place any water-filled vessels (e.g.
flower vases) on or adjacent to the appliance.
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Note:
Some aggressive furniture finishes can have
a destructive influence on the device's rubber
feet. If necessary, place the device on a nonslip
pad.
Thunderstorms!
Equipment connected to a power supply can
be damaged during a thunderstorm. You should
therefore always remove the plug from the power
socket when there is a storm.
Risk of fire!
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Keep children away from the connecting cable
and the appliance. Children frequently underestimate the dangers of electrical appliances.
Provide for a safe location for the appliance.
Do not operate the appliance if it has fallen or
is damaged. Arrange for the appliance to be
checked and/or repaired by qualified technicians.
Batteries/Cells are potentially fatal if swallowed.
Store batteries out of the reach of children. If
a battery should be swallowed, seek medical
assistance IMMEDIATELY.
Keep the plastic packaging well away from
small children. There is a risk of suffocation.
Do not use the appliance near hot surfaces.
Do not locate the appliance in places exposed
to direct sunlight, Otherwise, it may overheat
and become irreparably damaged.
Do not locate the kitchen radio directly above
hotplates. The kitchen radio may be damaged.
There is a danger of fire!
Do not leave the appliance unattended when
in use.
Never cover the ventilation slots of the appliance
while it is being used.
Do not place unprotected fire sources, such as
candles, on or adjacent to the appliance.
Notice regarding electrical power
surges (EFT / electrical fast transient) and electrostatic discharges:
In a case of malfunction due to an electrical fast
transient (power surge) and/or electrostatic
discharge, the appliance must be returned to
default settings in order to re-establish normal
operation. Possibly the power supply must be
separated and then reconnected. The batteries
(if present) must be removed and then reinserted.
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Notice regarding separation from
mains-power
Items supplied
The POWER switch does not completely
disconnect the appliance from the power
network. Additionally, the appliance consumes
power when in standby-mode. To completely
separate the appliance from mains-power, the
power plug MUST be removed from the wall
socket.
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Information regarding the handling
of batteries
q Mounting plate
w Retaining lever
e Power cable
r Wire antenna
t Button TIMER/ALARM MODE
y Button ALARM 1/VOL+
u Button POWER ON/OFF
i Button ALARM 2/VOLo Button 1/3 PRESET, 2/4 PRESET
a Battery compartment
s Display
d Button A.O.T.
f Button STORE
g Button TUNING UP/DOWN
h Loudspeaker
j Button MODE SET
Part identification
The appliance uses batteries for memory conservation.
For the handling of batteries please observe the
following:
Risk of explosion!
Do not throw batteries into a fire. Do not recharge
the batteries.
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Kitchen Radio KH 2281
Mounting plate
4 Screws
Operating Instructions
Never open batteries, never solder or weld
batteries.
The risk of explosions and injuries exists!
Regularly check the condition of the batteries.
Leaking batteries can cause damage to the
appliance.
If you do not intend to use the appliance for an
extended period, remove the batteries.
In the event of the batteries leaking acids, wear
protective gloves.
Clean the battery compartment and the battery
contacts with a dry cloth.
Fixing the kitchen radio beneath
a wall cabinet
With the supplied mounting plate q you can fix
the kitchen radio below, for example, a kitchen wall
cabinet:
1. Determine a suitable location for the kitchen
radio.
2. Press the two retaining levers w on the back of
the appliance down. Push the mounting plate
q back and remove it.
3. Place the mounting plate q against the installation location. Allow 3,5 cm room to the front
edges. This way the kitchen radio will later fit
flush.
Important!
No liability/warranty will be considered for
damage to the Kitchen Radio caused by the
effects of moisture, water penetration or
overheating!
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Commissioning
4. Mark the four points for the drillholes with
a pencil.
5. Mark the drillhole with a mandril.
6. Firmly secure the mounting plate q with the
supplied screws.
7. Hold the kitchen radio slanted, with the two
recesses in the retaining lugs on the mounting
plate q. Press the kitchen radio upwards until
it audibly engages.
Inserting the back-up batteries
The back-up batteries ensure that the programmed
time, date, alarm time and set SDAs (Special Day
Alert) are not erased in the event of a power failure.
For this, you require two 1.5V batteries of type
AAA. They are not supplied with the appliance.
1. Open the lid of the battery compartment a
on the underside of the kitchen radio.
2. Insert the batteries. Make sure the polarities
are correct.
3. Close the lid of the battery compartment a.
The lid must audibly engage.
Secure the wire antenna with a piece of adhesive
tape such that it does not hang down.
Setting up the kitchen radio
Do not set the kitchen radio up without the mounting
plate q. Otherwise the speakers are covered and
the sound is scarcely audible.
To set up the kitchen radio with the enclosed mounting
plate q:
1. Simultaneously press the two retaining levers w
on the back of the appliance down. Push the
mounting plate q back and remove it.
2. Push the two retainer lugs on the mounting plate q
into the recesses on the lower rear side of the
kitchen radio.
3. Firmly press the front part of the mounting plate
q down until you hear it engage. You can now
set up the radio.
To disassemble the mounting plate q, grip the
mounting plate q from below with the thumbs and
press it forwards and up until it disengages. You can
now remove the mounting plate q.
Note:
The back-up batteries must be checked at least
once per year and, if necessary, exchanged
for new ones.
Providing mains power
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Insert the plug into a power socket. In the
display, the time is indicated by "00:00.00".
To be able to use the alarm functions of the radio,
first of all programme in the date and time, as
described in the following section.
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Setting the time
Selecting 12 or 24 hour time display
1. Press the button MODE SET/BASS j four times.
To be able to programme in the time, date, display
illumination and hour-format, the radio must be switched
off.
1. Press the button MODE SET/BASS j once. The
time blinks.
2. Press the button TUNING UP/DOWN g to set the
time in minute intervals. Pressing and holding
the button changes the time at ten-minute intervals
If a subsequent button is not pressed within ten
seconds, the kitchen radio saves the setting and
switches back to time display.
In the display appears "24" for the 24 hour modus.
2. Press the button TUNING UP g to select the 24
hour modus.
3. Press the button TUNING DOWN g to select the
12 hour modus.
In the display appears "12". For the hours of the afternoon there now appears additionally an PM
on the display.
Kitchen timer
1. Press the button TIMER/ALARM MODE t. In the
Setting the date
display appears the timer symbol
1. Press the button MODE SET/BASS j twice. In the
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2. Press the button TUNING UP/DOWN g to set the
display the date indicator "01.01.08" blinks.
desired period of time (a time span between
1 minute and 23:59 h is possible).
3. Press the button TIMER/ALARM MODE t once more
to start the kitchen timer. In the display appears
the timer symbol
and, additionally, a backwards running time symbol.
From 30 seconds before expiry of the time span an
acoustic signal sounds, repeating at shorter intervals
the closer the set time approaches. When the time
span has elapsed, the signal sounds continuously
for one hour.
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the signal tone off.
2. Press the button TUNING UP/DOWN g to set the
date in day intervals. Pressing and holding
the buttons changes the date at intervals of
10 days.
If a subsequent button is not pressed within ten
seconds, the kitchen radio saves the setting and
switches back to time display.
Switching the display lighting on and
off
1. Press the button MODE SET/BASS j three times.
In the display appears "L".
2. Press the button TUNING UP g to switch the display
Interrupting the kitchen timer.
illumination on. In the display appears "H".
3. Press the button TUNING DOWN g to switch the
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You can interrupt the kitchen timer by briefly
pressing the button TIMER/ALARM MODE t.
The timer period blinks. The clock symbol no longer
appears.
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The time continues to run.
display illumination off. In the display appears "L".
If a subsequent button is not pressed within ten
seconds, the kitchen radio saves the setting and
switches back to time display.
Switching the kitchen timer off
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To switch the kitchen timer off, hold the button
TIMER/ALARM MODE t pressed down.
The time will be shown in the display.
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Programming the kitchen timer
2. Press the button TUNING UP/DOWN g to set the
You can save kitchen timer periods.
1. Press the button TIMER/ALARM MODE t.
2. Using the button TUNING UP/DOWN g programme
in the desired time.
3. Press the button STORE f. In the display "T"
blinks.
4. Press the button 1/3 PRESET, 2/4 PRESET o for the
required save position. There are four save
locations at your disposal. In the display the
number of the selected save location appears.
5. Press the button STORE f once again. The time
period is now saved.
If a button is not pressed within ten seconds, the
kitchen radio switches back to time display.
6. To recall the saved kitchen timer settings, press
the button TIMER/ALARM MODE t and the button
of the corresponding memory save location (1/3
PRESET, 2/4 PRESET o).
7. Press the button TIMER/ALARM MODE t once
more to start the kitchen timer. A clock symbol
running in an anti-clockwise direction appears
on the display.
8. To switch the kitchen timer off, hold the button
TIMER/ALARM MODE t pressed down.
desired alarm time.
3. Press the button ALARM 1/VOL+ y (or ALARM 2/
VOL- i) repeatedly until the desired alarm type
(see table above) is shown in the display.
4. Press the button A.O.T. d to set the weekdays
on which you require the alarm function:
You can select between workdays (Mo, Tu,
We, Th, Fr), weekends (Su, Sa), whole weeks
(Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa) or the present
weekday. The selected setting is shown on the
display.
5. Press the button A.O.T. d repeatedly until the
desired alarm days are programmed in. Keep
the button A.O.T. d pressed down until a single
day appears on the display.
6. Press the button A.O.T. d to set the required
weekday.
To return to the selection of workdays, weekends or
whole weeks, once again hold the button A.O.T. d
briefly pressed down.
7. Press the button MODE SET/BASS j to save the
programming and to return to time display.
When the alarm signal sounds...
Setting alarm times (Alarms 1 and 2)
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You can programme two alarm times into your
kitchen radio.
Alarm function
Symbol in the display
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Acoustic signal
Radio
Switched off
no symbol
1. Press the button ALARM 1/VOL+ y (or ALARM 2/
VOL- i). The last set alarm time for A1 resp. A2
and, possibly, the symbol for the type of alarm
(see table above) are shown on the display.
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and the alarm function "Radio" has been selected,
the radio plays for one hour at a pre-defined
alarm volume. This volume level cannot be
changed. To finish it, press the button ALARM
1/VOL+ y or ALARM 2/VOL- i.
and the alarm function "Signaltones" has been
selected, the signal tone sounds for 10 minutes.
To finish it, press the button ALARM 1/VOL+ y or
ALARM 2/VOL- i.
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Radio operation
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Manual station selection
To recall saved radio stations, in radio modus
press the respective button (1/3 PRESET, 2/4
PRESET o) repeatedly until the number of the
memory position appears on the display.
1. Press the button POWER ON/OFF u. The currently
Adjusting the volume.
selected frequency is shown in the display.
2. Press the button TUNING UP g to raise the
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frequency.
3. Press the button TUNING DOWN g to lower the
frequency.
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Automatic station search
Switching the bass booster on
You can have the kitchen radio search for stations.
The kitchen radio searches the frequency range until
it finds a station.
1. Press the button POWER ON/OFF u.
2. Keep the button TUNING UP g pressed down for
two seconds: the kitchen radio searches for the
station with the next highest frequency.
3. Keep the button TUNING DOWN g pressed down
for two seconds: the kitchen radio searches for
the station with the next lowest frequency.
Repeat these steps until you have found a radio
station to your liking.
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Press the button ALARM 1/VOL+ y during radio
operation to increase the volume.
Press the button ALARM 2/VOL- i to reduce the
volume.
During radio operation, press the button MODE
SET/BASS j to switch the bass booster on. In the
display the indicator BASS appears.
Press the button MODE SET/BASS j to switch the
bass booster off. The indicator BASS in the
display extinguishes.
Lock function
You can lock the kitchen radio so that settings cannot
be altered by unauthorised people or children.
• Keep the button STORE f pressed down.
A key symbol appears on the display.
• To disable the lock function, press and hold the
button STORE f until the key symbol extinguishes.
Programming stations
With the memory save buttons 1/3 PRESET, 2/4
PRESET o you can save four radio stations.
1. Press the button POWER ON/OFF u.
2. Find a station as described in the section
"Radio operation".
3. Press the button STORE f. The indicator "M“
appears in the display and "MEM" blinks.
4. Press one of the buttons 1/3 PRESET, 2/4 PRESET o,
at which you wish to save the radio station.
• Press the respective save button several times for
the desired save location (e.g. once on button
1/3 PRESET for save location 1, twice on button
1/3 PRESET for save location 3).
5. Press the button STORE f once again.
The station is programmed.
Setting the automatic switch-off time
You can programme in a switch-off time, at which
the radio automatically switches itself off.
• Press the button A.O.T. d. If need be, the radio
switches itself on. In the display appears the
indicator "120 AOT".
• Repeatedly press the button A.O.T. d to
programme in a switch-off time from 5 to
120 mins in 5 minute steps.
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Disposal
If a subsequent button is not pressed within ten
seconds, the kitchen radio saves the setting and
switches back to time display.
• To switch the function off, press the button A.O.T.
d until the indicator "OFF AOT" appears in
the display.
Disposing of the appliance
Do not, under any circumstances, dispose
of the appliance in household refuse.
This product is subject to the provisions of
European Directive 2002/96/EG.
Dispose of the appliance through an approved
disposal centre or at your community waste facility.
Observe the currently applicable regulations. In
case of doubt, please contact your waste disposal
centre.
Cleaning
Warning!
Moisture penetrating into the appliance creates
the risk of electric shock! Additionally, the kitchen
radio could become irreparably damaged!
Disposal of batteries!
Used batteries/rechargeable batteries may not be
disposed of in household waste. Every consumer is
statutorily obliged to dispose of batteries at a collection site of his community/city district or at a retail
store. The purpose of this obligation is to ensure that
batteries are disposed of in a non-polluting manner.
Only dispose of batteries when they are fully
dis-charged.
Clean the housing of the kitchen radio only with a
slightly moist cloth and a mild detergent. Ensure that
moisture cannot permeate into the appliance during
cleaning!
Disposal of packaging
Dispose of the packaging materials in an
environmentally responsible manner.
Importer
KOMPERNASS GMBH
BURGSTRASSE 21
44867 BOCHUM, GERMANY
www.kompernass.com
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Warranty & Service
You receive a 3-year warranty for this device as of
the purchase date. Should you, in spite of our high
quality standards, have grounds for complaint please
contact our Service Hotline.
In the event that processing of your complaint is not
possible by telephone here you will receive
• a processing number (RMA number) as well
as
• an address, to which you can send your product
for warranty processing.
In the case of mailing shipment please enclose a
copy of the purchase receipt (sales slip). The appliance must be securely packed and the RMA number
clearly visible. Products sent in without the RMA
number cannot be processed.
Note:
The warranty provisions cover only material
or factory defects.
The warranty is not valid;
• for worn out parts
•for damages to breakable parts such as
switches and batteries.
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This product is for private use only and is not intended
for commercial use. The warranty is void in the case
of abusive and improper handling, use of force and
internal tampering not carried out by our authorized
service branch.
Your statutory warranty claims are not restricted by
this warranty.
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Fill in this section and submit it with the appliance!
Warranty
Kitchen Radio KH2281
In order to be assured of a cost free
repair procedure, contact us over
the service hotline. Ensure you have
your sales receipt available.
Sender, please write clearly:
Last name
First name
Street
Postcode/Place
Irish Connection
Harbour view
Howth
Co. Dublin
Tel: 00353 (0) 87 99 62 077
Fax: 00353 18398056
e-mail: support.ie@kompernass.com
Country
www.mysilvercrest.de
Telephone
Date/Signature
Description of fault:
$
DES Ltd
Units 14-15
Bilston Industrial Estate
Oxford Street
Bilston
WV14 7EG
Tel.: 0870/787-6177
Fax: 0870/787-6168
e-mail: support.uk@kompernass.com
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