Tascam CD-A700 CD Player User Manual

Tascam CD-A700 CD Player User Manual
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3D0027500A
CD-A700
Compact Disc Player/Reverse Cassette Deck
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OWNER'S MANUAL / MANUEL DU PROPRIETAIRE
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG / MANUALE DI ISTRUZIONI
MANUAL DEL USUARIO / GEBRUIKSAANWIJZING
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CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert
the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
This appliance has a serial number located
on the rear panel. Please record the model
number and serial number and retain them
for your records.
Model number
Serial number
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK
HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION:
O Read all of these Instructions.
O Save these Instructions for later use.
O Follow all Warnings and Instructions marked on the audio
equipment.
"Note to CATV system installer:
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention to
Section 820-40 of the NEC which provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected
to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable
entry as practical.
1) Read Instructions — All the safety and operating instructions should
be read before the product is operated.
2) Retain Instructions — The safety and operating instructions should
be retained for future reference.
3) Heed Warnings — All warnings on the product and in the operating
instructions should be adhered to.
4) Follow Instructions — All operating and use instructions should be
followed.
5) Cleaning — Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning.
Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for
cleaning.
6) Attachments — Do not use attachments not recommended by the
product manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
7) Water and Moisture — Do not use this product near water _ for
example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a
wet basement; or near a swimming pool; and the like.
8) Accessories — Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand,
tripod, bracket, or table. The product may fall, causing serious injury to a
child or adult, and serious damage to the product. Use only with a cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or
sold with the product. Any mounting of the product should follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer.
9) A product and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick
stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the product and
cart combination to overturn.
Example of Antenna Grounding as per
National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70
ANTENNA
LEAD IN
WIRE
GROUND
CLAMP
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
GROUND CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250. PART H)
NEC - NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
15) Lightning — For added protection for this product during a lightning
storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time,
unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and powerline surges.
16) Power Lines — An outside antenna system should not be located in
the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing
an outside antenna system, extreme care should be taken to keep from
touching such power lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal.
17) Overloading — Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or
integral convenience receptacles as this can result in risk of fire or electric shock.
18) Object and Liquid Entry — Never push objects of any kind into this
product through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points
or short-out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill
liquid of any kind on the product.
19) Servicing — Do not attempt to service this product yourself as
opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or
other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
20) Damage Requiring Service — Unplug this product from the wall
outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
a) when the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
b) if liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product.
c) if the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d) if the product does not operate normally by following the operating
instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating
instructions as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in
damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to
restore the product to its normal operation.
e) if the product has been dropped or damaged in any way.
f ) when the product exhibits a distinct change in performance _ this indicates a need for service.
21) Replacement Parts — When replacement parts are required, be
sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
22) Safety Check — Upon completion of any service or repairs to this
product, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the product is in proper operating condition.
23) Wall or Ceiling Mounting — The product should be mounted to a
wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer.
24) Heat — The product should be situated away from heat sources
such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
10) Ventilation — Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for
ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect
it from overheating, and these openings must not be blocked or covered.
The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed,
sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This product should not be placed in a
built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation
is provided or the manufacturer’s instructions have been adhered to.
11) Power Sources — This product should be operated only from the
type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure
of the type of power supply to your home, consult your product dealer or
local power company. For products intended to operate from battery
power, or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.
12) Grounding or Polarization — This product may be equipped with a
polarized alternating-current line plug (a plug having one blade wider
than the other). This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. This
is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet,
try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose
of the polarized plug.
13) Power-Cord Protection — Power-supply cords should be routed so
that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon
or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the product.
14) Outdoor Antenna Grounding — If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the product, be sure the antenna or cable system is
grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and
built-up static charges. Article 810 of the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA 70, provides information with regard to proper grounding of
the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an
antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements
for the grounding electrode.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
This product has been designed and manufactured according to FDA regulations "title 21, CFR, chapter 1, subchapter J, based on the Radiation
Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968", and is classified as a class 1 laser product. There is no hazardous invisible laser radiation during operation because invisible laser radiation emitted inside of this product is completely confined in the protective housings.
The label required in this regulation is shown 1.
OCAUTION
- DO NOT REMOVE THE PROTECTIVE HOUSING USING A SCREWDRIVER.
- USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
- IF THIS PRODUCT DEVELOPS TROUBLE, CONTACT YOUR NEAREST QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL, AND DO NOT USE THE PRODUCT IN ITS
DAMAGED STATE.
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CERTIFICATION
THIS PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH DHHS
RULES 21 CFR SUBCHAPTER J APPLICABLE AT DATE OF MANUFACTURE
TEAC CORPORATION
3-7-3 NAKA-CHO, MUSASHINO-SHI, TOKYO, JAPAN
MANUFACTURED
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For U.S.A.
Optical pickup:
OCAUTION
OACHTUNG
Type : KSS-212B or KSS-213C
Manufacturer : SONY Corporation
Laser output : Less than 0.4 mW on the objective lens
Wavelength : 760_800nm
OOBSERVERA
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LABEL IS ATTACHED TO THE PLACE AS ILLUSTRATED TO
INFORM THAT THE APPARATUS CONTAINS A LASER COMPONENT.
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GEZEIGTEN ORT ANGEBRACHT UM DARAUF HINZUWEISEN, DASS
IM INNERN DES GERÄTS EINE LASER-KOMPONENTE BEFINDET.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE
KLASS 1 LASERAPPARAT
1 PÅSKRIFTEN SITTER PÅ APPARATEN SOM VISAS SOM UPPMANING OM ATT APPARATEN OMFATTAR EN INBYGGD LASERKOMPONENT.
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AT ADVARE BRUGEREN OM AT APPARATET INDEHOLDER EN
LASERKOMPONENT.
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INDERSIDEN AF TOPDÆKSLET FOR AT ADVARE BRUGEREN OM AT
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STRÅLNING ÖVERSTIGANDE KLASS 1.
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CAUTION - INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND
INTERLOCKS DEFEATED. AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
VORSICHT! UNSICHTBARE LASERSTRAHLUNGTRITT AUS.
WENN DECKEL GEÖFFNET UND WENN
SICHERHEITSVERRIEGELUNG ÜBERBRÜCKT IST.
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UNDGÅ UDSÆTTELSE FOR STRÅLING.
VAROITUS! SUOJAKOTELOA EI SAA AVATA. LAITE SISÄLTÄÄ
LASERDIODIN, JOKA LÄHETTÄÄ (NÄKYMÄTÖNTÄ)
SILMILLE VAARALLISTA LASERSÄTEILYÄ.
ADVARSEL -USYNLIG LASERBESTRÅLING NÅR DENNE DELEN ER
ÅPEN OG SIKKERHETSSPERREN ER UTKOBLET.
UNNGÅ UTSETTELSE FOR STRÅLING.
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LASERDIODIN. JOKA LÄHETTÄ (NÄKYMÄTÖNTÄ) SILMILLE
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DELEN ER ÅPEN OG SIKKERHETSSPERREN ER UTKOBLET
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Before Use
Read This Before Operating
O Choose the installation location of your
unit carefully. Avoid placing it in direct
sunlight or close to a source of heat.
Also avoid locations subject to vibrations and excessive dust, heat, cold or
moisture. Keep away from such sources
that hum, such as transformers or
motors.
O Do not open the cabinet as this might
result in damage to the circuitry or electrical shock. If a foreign object should
get into the set, contact your dealer.
O When removing the power plug from the
wall outlet, always pull directly on the
plug, never yank the cord.
O Be sure not to handle discs with dirty
fingers. Never insert a disc which has a
crack on the surface.
O Do not attempt to clean the unit with
chemical solvents as this might damage
the finish. Use a clean, dry cloth.
O Keep this manual in a safe place for
future reference.
Handling the Discs
This unit has been designed specifically for
reproduction of compact discs bearing the
"˛" mark. No other discs can be reproduced.
O Always place the compact disc in the
disc tray with the label facing upward.
(Compact discs can be played only on
one side.)
O To remove a disc from its storage case,
press down on the center of the case
and lift the disc out, holding it carefully
by the edges.
Remote Control Unit
When operating the remote control unit,
point it towards the remote sensor on the
front panel of the unit.
ª Battery installation
How to remove the disc
How to hold the disc
1. Remove the battery compartment
cover.
2. Insert two “AA” (R6, SUM-3) dry
batteries.
Make sure that the batteries are inserted
with their positive ≠ and
negative – poles positioned correctly.
3. Close the cover until it clicks.
Handling the Tapes
Do not store tapes in the following places:
‚ On top of heaters, exposed to direct sunlight or in any other places with high
temperatures.
O Near speakers, on TV sets or amplifiers
or where they would be exposed to
strong magnetic fields.
O Where humidity is high and in dirty,
dusty places.
O Avoid dropping or subjecting cassettes
to excessive shocks.
O As C-120 tapes are physically weak and
could become entangled in the transport
mechanism, do not use them.
Cassette Tape
Tape selection:
For the automatic tape select function to
work properly, metal and chrome (cobalt)
tapes must have identification holes.
*Dolby noise reduction manufactered under
license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing
Corporation.
“DOLBY” and the double-D symbol ∂ are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories
Licensing Corporation.
O Fingerprints and dust should be carefully wiped off the disc's recorded surface
with a soft cloth.
Wipe radially
O Do not use thinner, benzine or alcohol as
they damage the surface of the disc's
plastic surface.
O Discs should be returned to their cases
after use to avoid serious scratches that
could cause the laser pickup to "skip."
O Do not expose discs to direct sunlight or
high humidity and temperature for
extended periods.
Long exposure to high temperatures can
warp the disc.
O Do not stick paper or write anything with
a ballpoint pen on the surface of the
label side.
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Battery replacement
If you notice that the distance between the
remote control unit and the unit for correct
operation becomes shorter, it indicates
that the batteries are exhaust- ed. In this
case replace the batteries with new ones.
Precautions concerning batteries
O Be sure to insert the batteries with
correct positive ≠ and negative –
polarities.
O Use batteries of the same type. Never
use different types of batteries
together.
O Rechargeable and non-rechargeable
batteries can be used. Refer to the precautions on their labels.
O When the remote control unit is not to
be used for a long time (more than a
month), remove the batteries from the
remote control unit to prevent them
from leaking. If they leak, wipe away
the liquid inside the battery compartment and replace the batteries with new
ones.
O Do not heat or disassemble batteries
and never dispose of old batteries by
throwing them in fire.
Voltage Conversion
Rack Mounting
(For general export models)
Be sure to remove the power cord from the
AC outlet before repositioning the voltage
converter switch.
1. Locate the voltage selector on the rear
panel.
2. Using a flat-bladed screwdriver, set to
the appropriate 230 V or 120 V position
according to your area.
Install this deck with the provided mounting
screw kit as illustrated.
Connections
O Before connection, turn off all components and pay special attention to left (L)
and right (R) channel indications.
O Read the owner's manual of each component you intend to use with this unit.
∑ Signal cords
LINE INPUT/OUTPUT terminals
(Balanced/Unbalanced)
Use these terminals to connect the deck to
a mixer, cassette tape recorder or other
components.
O LINE OUTPUT terminals output the compact disc or cassette deck tape signal.
When both compact disc and tape are
played back, the tape sound has priority.
CD LINE OUTPUT terminals
(Balanced/Unbalanced)
Use these terminals to connect the deck to
the CD, DAT or AUX terminals of the stereo
amplifier.
O CD LINE OUTPUT terminals always output the disc signal.
DIGITAL OUTPUT
This RCA connector outputs digital audio
data in SPDIF format.
troller.
The pinouts of this connector are given
below.
Caution:
If the CD player interferes with the tuner,
TV reciever, etc., allow a reasonable disPin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Component & Signal
Direction
Function
CASSETTE READY
IN
CASSETTE REVERSE PLAY
IN
CASSETTE FORWARD PLAY
IN
External command reception; active
CD
REW
IN
when low (at ground potential for
30 ms or longer)
CD
F. FWD
IN
CD
STOP
IN
CD
READY
IN
COMMON Ground
—
—
CASSETTE STOP
IN
External command reception; active
CASSETTE F. FWD
IN
when low (at ground potential for
30 ms or longer)
CASSETTE REW
IN
Open collectors: ON (when at PLAY)
CASSETTE PLAY TALLY
OUT
Transistor rating: maximum allowable
voltage 15 V and maximum allowable
CD
PLAY TALLY
OUT
current 80 mA
High∑Low:START, Low∑High:READY
FADER
(high or low pulse must be 500 ms or
CD
IN
START/READY
longer)
Active when low (at ground potential
for 100 ms) One-shot pulse makes the
CD
EVENT START
IN
unit START.
CONTROL I/O (Parallel port)
This 15-pin "D"-sub connector is used for
connection to a suitably-equipped contance between them.
∑ Power cord
∑ Headphones
Be sure to connect the power cord to an
AC outlet which supplies the correct voltage.
When using headphones, connect the
headphone plug into the PHONES jack.
O Adjust the level of the signals output
from the phones jack.
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Name of Each Control
1 POWER switch
2 REMOTE SENSOR
3 Multi-function display window
a REPEAT indicator
b Auto space indicator (A. SPACE)
c DELETE indicator
d Time mode indicator
e Program indicator (PGM)
f SHUFFLE indicator
g CD input indicator (IN)
h TAPE/CD indicator
i REC indicator
j Tape PLAY indicator
k Level meter
l Tape counter
m INTRO play indicator
n CD ready/play indicator (ƒ/∏)
o Track indicator
p Time counter
q DUB indicator
r Tape reverse/pause/forward indicator (”ƒ∏)
s Music calendar
4 OPEN/CLOSE button (ø)
5 CD PLAY button (∏)
6 CD STOP button (ª)
7 CD READY button (ƒ)
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8 Return-To-Zero button (RTZ)
9 Counter reset button (COUNTER
RESET)
0 INPUT level control (INPUT)
q Continuous play button (CD-TAPE
CONT PLAY)
w CD SYNC button
e RECORD button
r REC MUTE button
t Rewind and fast forward/CPS buttons
(/Ú Æ/Ò)
y TAPE STOP button (ª)
u TAPE PAUSE button (ƒ)
i Cassette holder
o Disc tray
p CD PITCH CONTROL on/off button,
knob and indicator
a REPEAT 1/ALL button
s PROGRAM button
d SHUFFLE button
f TIMER switch
g SKIP buttons (Ú/Æ)
h SOURCE switch
j Reverse mode switch (REV MODE)
k Tape PITCH CONTROL knob
l DOLBY NR switch
; EJECT button (ø)
z TAPE PLAY buttons (”/∏)
x PHONES jack
c Headphones level knob
v TIME button
b INTRO CHECK button
n AUTO SPACE button
m A-B button
, CD SEARCH buttons (/Ò)
. SINGLE button
/ CHECK button
! CLEAR button
@ DELETE button
CD Player
Basic Operation
1. Press the POWER switch.
∑ Even if the disc tray is open ...
When the CD PLAY (∏) button is pressed:
The disc tray will close and playback starts
from the first track.
2. Press the OPEN/CLOSE (∫) button.
∑ To stop playback
Press the STOP (∑) button. The player
enters the Stop mode.
The disc tray will slide out. Place the
disc gently on the tray with its label side
facing upward. The disc is set within the
disc guides at the center of the tray.
To unload the disc:
Press the OPEN/CLOSE (∫) button; playback stops and the disc tray will slide out,
and all functions are reset to their initial
settings.
3. Press the OPEN/CLOSE (∫) button again.
The disc tray will close.
Several seconds later, the following
information is displayed.
To temporarily suspend playback
(Ready mode):
Press the ƒ button. Playback stops at the
current position and the ƒ indicator lights
steadily. To resume playback from the
same position, press the ∏ or ƒ button.
CAUTION :
O Do not force the tray by hand during
opening and closing operations.
Music Search Operation
∑ Music search using SKIP buttons (Ú/Æ)
The beginning of any track can be easily
located using the Ú/Æ SKIP buttons.
This operation is indicated clearly in the
TRACK display.
O This operation is possible even in the
Program Playback mode. However, only
programmed tracks will be detected.
∑ To skip to the next track
Press the Æ button.
The player will skip ahead to the next track
each time the Æ button is pressed. The
player can be advanced to the last track
this way, but once the beginning of the last
track is reached, the player will not
advance even if the Æ button is pressed.
∑ To skip back to the previous track
Press the Ú button.
The player will skip back one track each
time the Ú button is pressed. If this button is pressed in the middle of a track, the
player will skip back to the beginning of the
current track. To make it skip back to the
previous track, the button must be pressed
twice.
In this way, the player can be returned to
the beginning of the first track on the disc.
∑ Music search using SEARCH
buttons (/Ò)
During playback or in the Ready mode, hold
down the Ò button of the remote control
or the Æ button of the main unit to move
the playing position quickly in the forward
direction, and hold down the  button of
the remote control or the Ú button of the
main unit to move quickly in the reverse
direction.
During the manual search operation, sound
will be audible but the output level will be
lowered. This lets you search for any
required portion while checking the sound.
When the desired position is reached,
release the button to reenter the previous
mode.
4. Press the CD PLAY (∏) button.
Disc playback starts from the first track,
and the ∏ (play) indicator will light.
O During playback, the number of the currently played track blinks on the music
calendar.
O When tracks have been played, their
numbers will disappear from the music
calendar display.
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Program Playback
The program playback function allows you
to program up to 20 tunes (tracks) for playback in any desired order.
∑ To display the total program time
∑ Delete programming
In the Program mode, press the TIME button to display the total program time.
Pressing the TIME button again will return
the CD player to the Program mode.
This is the opposite to normal pro-gramming, and is used to program tracks which
are not to be played. Use it when there are
tracks on the disc you don't want to listen
to.
∑ Programming required tracks
Example
To program tracks in the order 5 @ 2 @
8 in the Stop mode.
1. Press the STOP (∑) button.
2. Press the PROGRAM button.
The player enters the Program mode.
The PGM indicator lights in the display.
3. Alternately press the Ú SKIP Æ
button(s) and the PROGRAM button in
the following order.
4. Press the CD PLAY (∏) button.
Programmed playback starts from the
first programmed track.
∑ To review the program contents
1. Press the CHECK button in the Program
mode.
The first programmed track number will
light and "P-01" will blink in the display.
2. Each time the CHECK button is pressed,
the next programmed track number will
light.
"P-XX (Program number)" will blink in the
display.
O When the last programmed track number is displayed, pressing the CHECK
button will return the CD player to the
Program mode, allowing you to add
tracks to the program.
O The track numbers stored in the program memory will be displayed on the
music calendar. However, please note
that the calendar can handle only up to
track 20. If higher track numbers are
entered in the Program memory, the
OVER indicator will light.
∑ To cancel a programmed track
Pressing the CLEAR button will cancel the
last programmed track.
O Programming tracks is possible only
when the player is in the Stop mode.
O The programmed contents will be held
in memory even after programmed playback has been completed or when programmed playback is stopped by pressing the STOP (∑) button.
O When the STOP (∑) button is pressed in
the stop mode, the contents of the program are erased.
O To release the program mode, press the
PROGRAM button again.
O During program playback, the TOTAL
REMAIN time display shows the total
remaining time of the programmed
tracks, from the current position.
O If a track with a number higher than 32 is
being played, the remaining time will not
be displayed in the time counter even
when the TIME button is pressed.
Instead, "nn:nn" will be indicated on the
time indicator.
1. Press the STOP (∑) button.
2. Press the DELETE button.
The CD player enters the Delete
Program mode.
The "DELETE" and "PGM" indicators light
in the display.
3. Alternately press the Ú SKIP Æ
button(s) and the PROGRAM button in
any desired order.
4. Press the CD PLAY (∏) button.
Delete-programmed playback starts.
O In the Delete-Program mode, pressing
the TIME button will display the total
time of the non-deleted tracks. Pressing
the TIME button again will return the
player to the Delete-Program mode.
O Pressing the CHECK button in the
Delete-Program mode will display the
first deleted track number.
Each time the CHECK button is pressed,
the next deleted track number will be
displayed. When the last deleted track
number is displayed, pressing the
CHECK button will return the player to
the Delete-Program mode, allowing you
to delete other tracks.
O Pressing the CLEAR button will cancel
the last delete-programmed track.
O Pressing the STOP (∑) button when the
player is stopped will clear the deleteprogram memory.
RANDOM Playback
1. Press the SHUFFLE button in the Stop
mode.
The SHUFFLE indicator lights in the display.
Repeat Function
The repeat function allows repeat playback
of any single track, the entire disc, or any
desired portion on the disc designated by
two (start and end) points.
O The repeat functions can be released by
pressing the repeat button again.
2. Press the CD PLAY (∏) button.
Tracks will be randomly selected and
played back.
Pitch Control
You can change the playback speed, allowing the pitch of the reproduced sound to be
altered.
The PITCH CONTROL button is operational
only in the stop mode. When the PITCH
CONTROL button is pressed, the PITCH
CONTROL indicator lights. By turning the
PITCH CONTROL knob to the right, the playback speed becomes faster, resulting in a
higher pitch. By turning it to the left, the
playback speed becomes slower, resulting
in a lower pitch.
1. Start playback from any point before the
section to be designated.
2. Designate the point at which repeat
playback should start (point A) by
pressing the A-B button.
The REPEAT and A - indicators light and
the B indicator blinks to show that point
A has been entered.
∑ To repeat one track
(Single Repeat mode)
1. Press the REPEAT 1/ALL button.
The REPEAT and SINGLE indicators
light.
O Press the Æ button with the random
play function engaged to select a track
at random. Press the Ú button to
replay the currently played track from its
beginning.
O A track cannot be replayed after it has
been played in this mode.
O To release the random play function
while it is engaged, press the SHUFFLE
button again. Tracks will play back in
their normal designated order, starting
from the currently played track.
∑ To repeat a designated section
(A-B Repeat mode)
2. Select the required track by pressing
the Ú/Æ button.
The selected track is played, then when
the end of the track is reached, the player will return to the beginning of the
track and playback starts again. In this
way, the selected track will be played
back repeatedly.
3. When the portion at which repeat playback should end is reached, press the
A-B button again to designate point B.
The B indicator is changed to light
steadily to show that the A-B repeat
function has been activated.
The player automatically returns to point
A and restarts playback.
When play reaches point B, the player
returns to point A and starts playback
again, repeatedly.
O After designating point A, when quick
searching point B, use the Ò or Æ
button instead of playing back normally.
O When the A-B button is pressed again
during block repeat play, block repeat
playback will be released.
∑ To repeat an entire disc
(All Repeat mode)
1. Press the REPEAT 1/ALL button twice.
The REPEAT and ALL indicators light.
2. Press the CD PLAY (∏) button.
Playback starts and, when the end of the
disc is reached, the player will return to
the beginning of the first track, and then
playback continues repeatedly.
O At the fully clockwise position, the playback speed is approx. 12 % faster.
O At the fully counterclockwise position,
the playback speed is approx. 12 %
slower.
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∑ Programmed repeat playback
The repeat function can be activated even
in the Programmed Playback mode.
To repeat all the programmed tracks, press
the REPEAT 1/ALL button twice. (At this
time, check that the REPEAT and ALL indicators light.)
Time Counter Display
The time counter shows various time readouts, as follows.
1 Total disc playback time
After the disc tray is closed with a disc
loaded, the total disc playback time and
total number of tracks on the disc are
displayed.
2 Elapsed time display
When playback begins, the elapsed time
of the track being played is displayed in
minutes and seconds.
3 Remaining time display (REMAIN)
Displayed when the TIME button is
pressed once. This provides an easy
check of the remaining time of the track
being played.
4 Total remaining time display
(TOTAL REMAIN)
Displayed when the TIME button is
pressed twice. The time displayed is the
total remaining playback time from the
position being played, to the end of the
disc; the counter counts down to "00:00"
during playback.
Auto Spacing
When this function is activated, an interval
of approx. 4 seconds will be inserted
between tracks automatically, so they are
played back with a fixed spacing.
To activate this, press the AUTO SPACE button so that the A.SPACE indicator lights in
the display.
When the AUTO SPACE button is pressed
again, the indicator goes off and the auto
spacing function is released.
Intro Check Function
The intro check function allows only the
beginning of each track to be played for 10
seconds.
1. Press the INTRO CHECK button.
The INTRO and ∏ indicators will be
indicated.
2. Press the INTRO CHECK button again to
clear the intro check function.
O The intro check function also works
together with SHUFFLE, PROGRAM and
REPEAT ALL functions.
O Displayed after the TIME button is
pressed three times. The time displayed
is the elapsed playback time 2.
O In Normal Playback mode, if a track with
a number higher than 32 is being played,
the remaining time will not be displayed
in the time counter even when the TIME
button is pressed. Instead, "nn:nn" will
be indicated on the time indicator.
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Single Playback
1. Press the SINGLE button. The SINGLE
indicator will light in the display.
2. Press the Ú/Æ SKIP buttons corresponding to the required track.
3. A single track will be played back, after
which the player will enter the stop
mode.
O To release the Single mode, press the
SINGLE button again.
Cassette Deck Operation
Playback
1. Press the POWER switch ON.
2. Set the REV MODE switch to the
required tape travel mode.
3. Load a pre-recorded cassette with its
open edge facing down and side A facing toward you.
4. Select ON/OFF of the DOLBY NR system.
5. Press the ” or ∏ button to start playback.
6. Adjust the volume with the amplifier's
volume control.
O To stop playback, press the STOP (∑)
button.
Loading a Cassette Tape
1. Use your finger or a pencil to turn the
cassette's hub and take up any slack
tape.
Note: Avoid touching the tape.
Fingerprints attract dust and dirt.
2. Press the EJECT button (∫)* to open
the cassette compartment door.
3. Load the cassette tape with its open
edge facing down.
4. Gently close the compartment door.
Recording
1. Press the POWER switch ON.
2. Set the REV MODE switch.
O If you want to make a bi-directional
recording, set the REV MODE switch to
the π or ø position.
O When starting to record with ú
” , one
side recording is performed.
O Set to the “ position if recording is to
be made on a single side of the tape.
3. Load a recordable cassette.
O Check that the safety tabs on the spine
of the cassette are in place. If they have
been broken off, block the holes with
adhesive tape.
4. Select the SOURCE switch.
O When selecting "CD", the built-in CD
player's output is selected as a source.
O When selecting "LINE", the external signal from "LINE INPUT" is selected as a
source.
5. Select ON/OFF of the DOLBY NR system.
6. Press the RECORD button and the deck
enters the Record-Pause mode (REC
and ƒ indicators light).
7. Adjust the recording level with the
INPUT level control so that the loudest
sound to be recorded just makes the
meters briefly reach around the "0 dB"
point (for Normal or Chrome tapes) or
the "+3 dB" point (for Metal tapes).
8. Press the PAUSE (ƒ ) button again to
start recording.
O To stop recording temporarily, press the
PAUSE (ƒ ) button. To restart the tape,
press the PAUSE (ƒ ) button or play
(”∏) button. During the RecordPause mode, if the button whose ”, ∏
indicator is lit is pressed, recording will
start; however, if the button whose ”,
∏ indicator is not lit is pressed, only the
tape direction will change; to restart the
tape, press the button again.
O To stop recording, press the STOP (∑)
button.
Erasing
Anything previously recorded on the tape
will automatically be erased when you
make a new recording on it. It can also be
erased by "recording" on it with the INPUT
level control set to "0".
CAUTION
Recording pre-recorded tapes, records, or
other published or broadcast material may
infringe copyright laws. Check before
recording.
Tape Counter
*Notes:
OThe cassette holder cannot be
opened during recording or playback.
OIf the power has been switched off
during play or recording, ejecting the
cassette may be impossible. In such a
case, switch the power on and press
the eject button again.
The tape counter counts up when the tape
is moving forward and down when the tape
is being rewound. The display can be
cleared by pressing the COUNTER RESET
button, which resets the counter index to
"0000".
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RTZ (Return To Zero) Function
CPS (Computomatic Program Search)
By pressing the RTZ (Return To Zero) button, the tape will locate the "0000" point and
stop.
CPS allows the selection and playback of
any tune up to 15 tunes ahead or before the
one being played. This function operates
by detecting blank spaces of at least 4 seconds between tunes. These blanks can be
created using the REC MUTE function.
O The RTZ function does not work when
the tape counter indicates a number
between "9996" and "0004".
Notes:
O In the following steps 1 and 2, to simplify the description, the explanation is
given for "forward playback" (∏ direction). A similar procedure should be
used for "reverse playback".
O The Ò (Fast Forward) and 
(Rewind) buttons act as CPS buttons
during playback. This is why the main
unit indicates "/Ú Æ/Ò" for
these buttons, while the remote control
unit shows just "Ò". In the following explanation, these buttons are
described as just "" and "Ò".
Pitch Control
You can change the tape speed during
playback, allowing to change the pitch of
the reproduced sound.
By turning the PITCH CONTROL to the right,
the tape speed becomes faster, resulting in
a higher pitch. By turning it to the left, the
tape speed becomes slower, resulting in a
lower pitch.
O At the fully clockwise position, the tape
speed is approx. 12% faster .
O At the fully counterclockwise position,
the tape speed is approx. 12% slower.
1. During forward playback, press the 
or Ò button repeatedly until the number of tunes to be skipped appears in the
counter display. Use the Ò button for
searching a tune following the current
tune and  button for a tune before
the current tune. Refer to the chart
"How to Select Any Required Tune Using
CPS".
Fast Wind
In the Stop mode, the  Ò buttons act
as fast forward and rewind buttons.
O In the Playback mode, these buttons act
as CPS buttons.
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O If, by using the Ò , the required CPS
number setting is exceeded, use the
 button to count down the CPS number until the required CPS number is displayed.
O When the Ò button is pressed, the
next tune is counted as "1" and when the
 button is pressed, the current tune
is counted as "1".
2. The tape is fast-wound to detect blanks
between tunes until the required tune is
reached. Then playback starts from the
beginning of the designated tune.
Notes on CPS
CPS operates by detecting and counting
blanks of about 4 seconds, the standard
interval between tunes. Therefore, with the
following types of tapes, search functions
may not work correctly.
O When the intervals between tunes cannot be detected.
– Intervals of less than 4 seconds.
– High levels of noise in intervals.
– Long low level sections (in classical
music, etc.)
Copying from CD to Tape
Record Muting Operation
Using the CD SYNC function, a CD-to-tape
copy can be done easily and simply.
∑ Automatic spacing operation for
4-second blanks (during recording)
1. Load a compact disc.
2. Load a recordable cassette.
3. Select ON/OFF of the DOLBY NR system.
Press the REC MUTE button during
recording. The tape movement continues and a blank space of about 4 seconds is recorded (the RECORD indicator
blinks). The deck then enters the
Record-Pause mode automatically (both
the RECORD and PAUSE (ƒ) indicators
light).
To restart recording, press the PAUSE
button (the PAUSE indicator goes off).
O In the CD SYNC mode, the INPUT level
control has no effect, as the recording
level is automatically adjusted internally.
∑ Automatic spacing operation for
4-second blanks (during record-pause)
In the Record-Pause mode, pressing the
REC MUTE button will initiate the above
record-muting operation automatically.
The deck then returns to the RecordPause mode.
∑ For a blank of more than 4 seconds
During recording, hold the REC MUTE
button depressed for longer than 4 seconds. A blank space will be left as long
as the button is pressed. Release the
button to enter the Record-Pause mode.
To restart recording, press the PAUSE
(ƒ) button.
O During record muting operation (while
the RECORD indicator is blinking), pressing the REC MUTE button again will
release the record muting operation and
recording will restart without stopping
the tape.
2. Press the A-B button from the remote.
"A-" blinks and "B" lights in the display,
indicating that the CD player is now in
the "Side A program" mode.
3. Program tracks to be recorded on Side
A of the tape.
∑ To record from the beginning of
the tape
Press the CD SYNC button in the Stop
mode.
The tape is rewound to the beginning of
Side A and the counter is reset to "0000",
while the CD player is in the Ready mode at
the beginning of the first CD track.
After mute-recording for approx. 10 seconds (to avoid the leader tape), the cassette
deck drops into the Recording mode while
the CD player starts playback.
∑ To record from any desired position of the tape
1. Move the tape to the desired position
and press the STOP (∑) button.
2. Press the RECORD button.
The deck enters the Record-Pause
mode.
3. Press the CD SYNC button.
CD-to-tape copying starts from the current tape position.
O While CD SYNC is engaged, only the
STOP (CD), STOP (TAPE), OPEN/CLOSE
and TIME buttons are operational.
∑ Designating CD tracks to be
recorded on Side A or Side B
(A-B Program Dubbing)
By using the A-B Program Dubbing function, you can designate CD tracks to be
recorded on Side A or Side B.
1. Press the PROGRAM button.
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Perform the procedures described in
step 3 in the "Program Playback" section
on page 8.
O To display the total program time, press
the TIME button in the Program mode
from the remote. It will help you to fit the
total recording time to the tape length.
Pressing the TIME button again will
return the CD player to the Program
mode.
4. Press the A-B button from the remote.
"A-" lights and "B" blinks in the display,
indicating that the CD player is now in
the "Side B program" mode.
5. Program tracks to be recorded on Side
B of the tape.
O Pressing the A-B button in the Side B
Program mode will return the CD player
to the Side A Program mode.
6. Press the CD SYNC button.
The tape is rewound to the beginning of
side A and the counter is reset to "0000",
while the CD player is in the Ready mode
at the first track of the Side A program.
After mute-recording for approx. 10 seconds (to avoid the leader tape), the cassette deck drops into the Recording
mode while the CD player starts the program playback.
O If you press the RECORD button before
pressing the CD SYNC button, the
recording will start from the current
tape position (without rewinding the
tape to the beginning).
O If the tape on Side A ends before 01:30 (1
minute 30 seconds) of the current CD
track has been played, the recording of
Side B will start with that track. (except
with A-B Program Dubbing)
O When the CD player finishes playback,
the CD SYNC mode is released.
O If the tape comes to the end of Side B
before the CD player finishes playback,
the CD SYNC mode is canceled.
Continuous Playback
between CD and Tape
Timer-controlled Operation
In the Continuous Playback mode, once
either the CD player or cassette deck finishes (or stops) playback, the other starts
playback automatically.
The unit has a timer controlled function.
This lets you start playback or recording
operations at any desired time when an
optional audio timer is used.
1. Press CD-TAPE CONT PLAY button.
∑ Timer playback of CD or cassette
"TAPE" and "CD" blink in the display.
1. Connect the unit and your stereo system
to an audio timer as shown in the diagram.
2. Set the power switches of all components to ON.
3. Load a disc or a prerecorded cassette.
4. Set the timer switch to the CD or TAPE
position.
2. (For example) Press the CD PLAY (å)
button.
The CD player starts playback.
"CD" blinks in the display.
3. When the CD player stops, the cassette
deck automatically starts playback.
"TAPE" blinks in the display.
Afterward, when one stops, the other
starts.
O Regardless of whether one machine (CD
player or cassette deck) is stopped
forcibly by pressing the STOP (∑) button
or automatically at the end of playback,
the other machine starts playback.
O You may change the CD or tape while it
is in the Stop mode.
O To release the Continuous Playback
mode, press the CD-TAPE CONT PLAY
button again.
5. Set the audio timer to the required start
(power on) and stop (power off) times.
When this setting is completed, the
power to all components will be
switched off.
6. When the preset start time is reached,
power will be supplied and playback will
start automatically.
∑ Timer recording
1. Select the amplifier's input which this
deck is capable of recording.
2. Select the source to be recorded (FM,
AM, etc.).
3. Load a recordable cassette and set the
[TIMER] switch to [REC].
4. Set the audio timer to the required start
(power on) and stop (power off) times.
When this setting is completed, the
power to all components will be
switched off.
5. When the preset start time is reached,
power will be supplied and recording
will start automatically.
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Timer Connection
Troubleshooting
Basic troubleshooting of this unit is similar to troubleshooting of any other electrical or electronic equipment. Always check the most obvious possible causes first. To give you a few ideas of what to look for, check the following:
Problem
Probable cause
Remedy
General
No power when POWER is pressed.
Power plug not inserted securely.
Plug in securely.
Hum.
Pin-cord plug not connected securely.
Re-connect plug securely.
Noise in tuner.
Too close to tuner.
Keep a reasonable distance between
them or switch off the power of
this unit.
No audio output.
Connection to stereo system is incorrect.
Check connections.
Remote control unit operation is
impossible.
POWER switch set to OFF.
Set switch to ON.
Batteries not inserted in remote control.
Insert batteries.
Disc loaded with label side down.
Load with label side up.
Disc dirty.
Clean disc surface.
No audio output.
Connection to stereo system is incorrect.
Check connections.
No CD output.
The cassette deck is in Playback mode.
Stop the deck. Or connect the
CD output with the amplifier.
A single track can only be played.
SINGLE button engaged.
Press button to disengage it.
No program playback.
PROGRAM button not pressed.
Press button to display PGM.
Mistracking (sound jumping).
Player receiving vibration or shock.
Change the installation position
of this unit.
Disc dirty.
Clean disc surface.
The CD PITCH CONTROL has been
changed.
Set the CD PITCH CONTROL pot to
the center position.
The heads are dirty.
Clean the heads.
The heads are magnetized.
Demagnetize the heads using
the TEAC E-3.
The position of the DOLBY NR switch is
not correct.
Change the position.
Strange sound.
The PITCH CONTROL has been changed.
Set the PITCH CONTROL pot to the
center position.
Impossible to record.
The SOURCE switch is set to an
inappropriate input.
Set the SOURCE switch to the
appropriate input (CD/LINE).
The record protection tabs of the
cassette are broken off.
Put adhesive tape on the tab hole.
The heads are dirty.
Clean the heads.
Recording level is too low.
Turn the INPUT level control pot to
the right.
CD player
No playback when disc is loaded.
Strange sound.
Cassette deck
Low sound quality.
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Maintenance
IMPORTANT (for U.K. Customers)
The heads and tape path should be cleaned
and demagnetized periodically.
Pinch Roller
Capstan
Cleaning tape path
O Apply head cleaning fluid* to a cotton
bud or soft cloth, and lightly rub the
heads, capstan and all metal parts in the
tape path.
O Also clean the pinch roller using rubber
cleaning fluid*.
* Both are available in TEAC Tape
Cleaning Kits HC-2 and RC-2 in the
U.S.A. or TZ-261 in other areas.
Erase Head
Record/Play Head
Demagnetizing heads
Be sure that the power is off, then demagnetize the heads using a TEAC E-3 demagnetizer. For details of its use, read its
instructions.
Specifications
CD player section
(Audio)
Number of channels: 2
Frequency response: 20 - 20,000 Hz ± 0.5 dB
Signal-to-noise ratio: 90 dB
Total harmonic distortion: 0.02% (1 kHz)
Wow and flutter:
Unmeasurable (quartz accuracy)
Channel separation: 75 dB
Pitch control: Approx. ±12 %
Output (RCA): 2 Vrms
Output (XLR): +20 dBu
Digital filter: 4-times oversampling
Analog filter: 3rd order
Cassette section
Track system: 4-track 2-channel stereo
Heads: Record/playback x 1 (rotary
reverse), erase x 1
Type of tape: Cassette tape C-60, C-90
Tape speed: 4.76 cm/sec.
Pitch control: Approx. ±12 %
Motor: DC servo motor x 1
Wow and flutter: 0.08% (W. RMS)
Frequency response (overall):
50 – 15,000 Hz ± 3 dB, metal
50 – 15,000 Hz ± 3 dB, chrome
50 – 14,000 Hz ± 3 dB, normal
Signal-to-noise ratio (overall):
69dB(DOLBYNRoff,3%THD level, weighted),
69 dB (DOLBY NR on, over 5 kHz)
Fast winding time: Approx. 120 sec. (with C60)
Input (RCA):
–9 dBu (input impedance of 50 kohms)
Input (XLR):
+4 dBu (input impedance of 10 kohms)
Line output (RCA):
–4.5 dBu (output impedance of 400
ohms)
Line output (XLR):
+4 dBu (output impedance of 150 ohms)
Headphones: 5 mW/32 ohms
General
Power requirements:
120/230 V AC, 50–60 Hz
(U.S.A./Canada/General export model)
230 V AC, 50 Hz (Europe/U.K. model)
240 V AC, 50 Hz (Australia model)
Power consumption: 15 W
Dimensions (W x H x D):
483 x 138.5 x 270 mm (19" x 5-1/4" x
10-5/8")
Weight: 6.6 kg (14.1 lbs.)
Standard accessories:
Wireless remote control RC-A500,
Battery (SUM-3, "AA", "R6" type) x 2,
Rack mounting screw kit
O Improvements may result in specification or feature changes without
notice.
O Photos and illustrations may differ
slightly from production models.
DO NOT cut off the mains plug from this
equipment. If the plug fitted is not suitable for the power points in your home
or the cable is too short to reach a
power point, then obtain an appropriate
safety approved extension lead or consult your dealer.
If nonetheless the mains plug is cut off,
remove the fuse and dispose of the plug
immediately, to avoid a possible shock
hazard by inadvertent connection to the
mains supply.
If this product is not provided with a
mains plug, or one has to be fitted, then
follow the instructions given below:
IMPORTANT. DO NOT make any connection to the larger terminal which is
marked with the letter E or by the safety
earth symbol ç or coloured GREEN or
GREEN-and-YELLOW.
The wires in the mains lead on this product are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
BLUE: NEUTRAL
BROWN:
LIVE
As these colours may not correspond
with the coloured markings identifying
the terminals in your plug proceed as
follows:
The wire which is coloured BLUE must
be connected to the terminal which is
marked with the letter N or coloured
BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN
must be connected to the terminal
which is marked with the letter L or
coloured RED.
When replacing the fuse only a correctly rated approved type should be used
and be sure to re-fit the fuse cover.
IF IN DOUBT — CONSULT A COMPETENT ELECTRICIAN.
For U.S.A.
TO THE USER
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 interference in a residential area.
This device generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, it may cause interference to radio or TV reception. If this unit does cause interference with TV or radio reception
you can try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
a) Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
b) Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
c) Plug the equipment into a different outlet so that it is not on the same circuit as the receiver.
If necessary, consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for additional suggestions.
CAUTION:
Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by TEAC CORPORATION for compliance could
void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
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CAUTION:
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE
BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
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