SCP-99 - Radio Shack

SCP-99 - Radio Shack
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Cat. No. 14-1243
OWNER’S MANUAL
Please read before using this equipment.
SCP-99
Auto Reverse Digital AM/FM
Stereo Cassette Player
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FEATURES
Your Optimus SCP-99 Auto Reverse Digital AM/FM
Stereo Cassette Player delivers excellent stereo
sound through your headphones or amplified speaker system. The SCP-99 is portable so you can listen
to cassette tapes or the AM/FM radio just about anywhere.
Important: To listen to your SCP-99, you need a pair
of headphones or amplified speakers (not supplied)
with a 1/8-inch mini-plug. Your local RadioShack
store sells a wide variety of headphones and speakers.
The SCP-99’s features include:
AM/FM Digital PLL (Phase-Locked Loop) Tuning
— gives you precise tuning and drift-free reception.
Automatic Reverse — changes the tape direction at
the end of a tape side so you can continuously play
both sides of a cassette tape.
Dolby B Noise Reduction — reduces tape background noise to improve the sound you hear.
© 1998 Tandy Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
RadioShack and Optimus are registered trademarks
used by Tandy Corporation.
Dolby B noise reduction manufactured under license from
Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. “DOLBY” and the
double-D symbol
are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
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Preset Equalization — lets you select one of four
preset sound characteristics for playback: classic,
pop, rock, or jazz.
Tape Selector — lets you play normal or high bias/
metal tapes.
Slim Design — lets you carry the SCP-99 almost
anywhere.
30-Station Memory — lets you store up to 30 of
your favorite radio stations for quick tuning.
Sleep Timer — lets you set the SCP-99 to turn off after a specified time so you can fall asleep as you listen to the radio or a cassette tape.
Three Power Options — let you power your SCP-99
from internal batteries (not supplied), standard AC
power (with an optional AC adapter), or your vehicle’s battery (with an optional DC adapter).
Belt Clip — lets you attach the SCP-99 to your belt
for hands-free carrying when you are on the go.
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CONTENTS
Preparation ........................................................... 5
Connecting Power ........................................... 5
Connecting Headphones or Speakers .......... 11
Using the Belt Clip ......................................... 13
Setting the Frequency Ranges and Steps .... 13
Resetting the SCP-99 ................................... 16
Using the Radio .................................................. 17
Memory Tuning ............................................. 19
Locking the Hold Switch ................................ 22
Using the Tape Player ........................................
Playing a Tape ..............................................
Changing the Tape Direction .........................
Using Fast-Forward and Rewind ...................
Tape Tips .......................................................
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23
26
27
27
Using the Sleep Timer ........................................ 29
Care and Maintenance ....................................... 31
Cleaning the Tape-Handling Parts ................ 31
The FCC Wants You to Know ....................... 33
Specifications ..................................................... 34
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PREPARATION
CONNECTING POWER
You can power your SCP-99 from:
• Internal batteries (not supplied)
• AC power (using an optional AC adapter)
• Your vehicle’s battery (using an optional DC
adapter)
Note: Connecting an adapter automatically disconnects internal batteries.
Using Batteries
The SCP-99 can use two AA batteries for power. For
the best performance and longest life, we recommend alkaline batteries, such as RadioShack Cat.
No. 23-557.
You can also use rechargeable nickel-cadmium batteries (Cat. No. 23-125). Use a battery charger (Cat.
No. 23-133) to recharge nickel-cadmium batteries.
Cautions:
• Use only fresh batteries of the required size and
recommended type.
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• Do not mix old and new batteries, different types
of batteries (standard, alkaline, or rechargeable), or rechargeable batteries of different
capacities.
Follow these steps to install batteries.
1. Press down and slide the battery compartment
cover in the direction of the arrow marked on the
cover, then lift open the cover.
Caution: The battery compartment cover is
hinged. Do not try to remove it.
2. Put the batteries into the compartment as indicated by the polarity symbols (+ and –) marked
beside the compartment.
3. Close the cover.
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The SCP-99’s battery indicator shows the amount of
battery power remaining. The indicator consists of
three sections — the more sections that appear, the
higher the battery power. If
appears and flashes
or the SCP-99 stops operating properly, replace (alkaline) or recharge (nickel-cadmium) both batteries.
Cautions:
• If you do not plan to use the SCP-99 for a week
or more, or if you plan to use only AC or DC
power, remove the batteries. Batteries can leak
chemicals that can destroy electronic parts.
• Dispose of old batteries promptly and properly.
Do not burn or bury them.
Important: This product is capable of using rechargeable nickel-cadmium batteries. At the end of
the batteries’ life, they must be recycled or disposed
of properly. Contact your local, county, or state hazardous waste management authorities for information on recycling or disposal programs in your area.
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Some options that might be available are: municipal
curbside collection, drop-off boxes at retailers such
as your local RadioShack store, recycling collection
centers, and mail-back programs.
Using AC Power
To power the SCP-99 from a standard AC outlet, you
need an AC adapter such as Cat. No. 273-1654.
Cautions:
• You must use an AC adapter that supplies 3
volts DC power and delivers at least 200 milliamps. Its center tip must be set to negative, and
its plug must properly fit the SCP-99’s DC 3V
jack. The recommended adapter meets these
specifications. Using an adapter that does not
meet these specifications could damage the
SCP-99 or the adapter.
• Be sure to connect the adapter to the SCP-99
before you plug it into the AC outlet, and unplug
the adapter from the AC outlet before you
unplug it from the SCP-99.
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Follow these steps to connect the SCP-99 to AC
power.
1. Set the adapter’s voltage switch to 3V.
2. Insert the adapter’s 3.4 mm outer diameter/1.3
mm inner diameter tip into the adapter’s cord, so
it reads –TIP.
3. Insert the plug into the SCP-99’s DC 3V jack.
4. Plug the adapter into a standard AC outlet.
Using Vehicle Battery Power
To power the SCP-99 from your vehicle’s battery,
you need a DC adapter such as Cat. No. 273-1810
or 270-1560.
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Cautions:
• You must use a DC adapter that supplies at
least 3 volts and delivers at least 200 milliamps
of DC vehicle battery power. Its center tip must
be set to negative, and its plug must fit the SCP99’s DC 3V jack. The recommended adapter
meets these specifications. Using an adapter
that does not meet these specifications could
damage the SCP-99 or the adapter.
• Always plug the adapter into the SCP-99 before
you plug it into the cigarette-lighter socket, and
unplug the adapter from the cigarette-lighter
socket before you unplug it from the SCP-99.
Follow these steps to power the SCP-99 from your
vehicle’s battery.
.
1. Set the adapter’s voltage switch to 3V.
2. Insert the adapter’s 3.4 mm outer diameter/1.3
mm inner diameter tip into the adapter’s cord, so
it reads –TIP.
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3. Insert the plug into the SCP-99’s DC 3V jack.
4. Plug the other end of the adapter into the vehicle’s cigarette-lighter socket.
CONNECTING HEADPHONES OR
SPEAKERS
To connect your headphones or amplified speaker
system (not supplied), insert the 1/8-inch mini-plug
into the SCP-99’s
jack.
Listening Safely
To protect your hearing, follow these guidelines
when you use headphones.
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• Set the volume to the lowest setting before you
begin listening. After you begin listening, adjust
the volume to a comfortable level.
• Do not listen at extremely high volume levels.
Extended high-volume listening can lead to permanent hearing loss.
• Once you set the volume, do not increase it.
Over time, your ears adapt to the volume level,
so a volume level that does not cause discomfort might still damage your hearing.
Traffic Safety
Do not wear headphones while operating a motor vehicle or riding a bicycle. This can create a traffic hazard and could be illegal in some areas.
Even though some headphones let you hear some
outside sounds when listening at normal volume levels, they still can present a traffic hazard.
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USING THE BELT CLIP
The supplied belt clip lets you keep your hands free
while you listen to the SCP-99. To attach the belt
clip, insert the belt clip’s latches into the slots on the
cassette player and slide it up until it locks into place.
To remove the belt clip, push in on PUSH RELEASE,
slide the belt clip downward, then lift it off.
SETTING THE FREQUENCY
RANGES AND STEPS
The SCP-99 is set to tune frequencies in steps (increments) of 10 kHz (AM) and 0.2 MHz (FM) as used
in the United States.
In Europe and some other countries, frequency ranges and steps are not the same as those in the United
States. For example:
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In North and South America:
AM: 530–1710 kHz (10 kHz increment)
FM: 87.5–108.1 MHz (0.2 MHz increment)
Note: Actual FM broadcast frequencies are
assigned between 88 and 108 MHz.
In Europe and other countries:
AM: 531–1602 kHz (9 kHz increment)
FM: 87.5–108 MHz (0.05 MHz increment)
In Japan:
AM: 531–1629 kHz (9 kHz increment)
FM: 76–108 MHz (0.1 MHz increment)
To listen to the radio in another country, follow these
steps to change the frequency ranges and steps.
Caution: Changing the frequency ranges and steps
erases all stored stations.
1. Press RADIO ON/OFF BAND to turn on the radio.
2. To listen to Japan’s frequencies and steps, hold
down both AUTO PRESET and TUNING UP
for
about 7 seconds. JP appears briefly and a beep
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sounds, then the display shows the lowest frequency for the selected band.
To listen to Europe’s and other countries’ frequencies and steps, hold down both AUTO PRESET and TUNING DOWN
for about 7 seconds.
EU appears briefly and a beep sounds, then the
display shows the lowest frequency for the
selected band.
To return to the local (U.S.) setting, hold down
both TUNING DOWN
and UP
for about 7
seconds. US appears briefly and a beep sounds,
then the display shows the lowest frequency for
the selected band.
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RESETTING THE SCP-99
If the SCP-99’s display locks up or does not work
properly after you connect power, you must reset it.
To reset the SCP-99, short both of the the copper
pads in the RESET hole behind the cassette compartment door by touching them with the tip of your headphones’ or speakers’ plug.
Caution: If you short the copper pads with anything
other than the speakers’ or headphones’ plug, you
may damage the SCP-99.
Important: Resetting the SCP-99 clears all the settings you have stored. Reset the SCP-99 only when
you are sure it is not working properly.
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USING THE RADIO
1. Repeatedly press RADIO ON/OFF BAND until the
display shows the desired band (AM, FM1, or
FM2).
Note: FM1 and FM2 store stations in the same
frequency range, but in different (separate)
memory locations.
2. Set FM ST/MONO to FM ST for stereo sound on
FM stations, or to MONO for monaural sound.
Notes:
• The AM antenna is built-in. Move the SCP-99
to the best position for AM reception.
• For the best FM reception, fully uncoil the
headphones’ or speakers’ cord.
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• To improve reception for weak FM stereo stations, set FM ST/MONO to MONO. The sound
will be monaural, but reception should
improve.
3. Tune to the desired station using manual, seek,
or memory tuning.
Manual — Press TUNING UP
tune up or down the band.
or DOWN
to
Seek — Hold down TUNING UP
or DOWN
for about 2 seconds. The SCP-99 automatically
searches up or down the band and stops when it
finds the next strong station.
Memory — See “Memory Tuning” on Page 19.
4. Adjust VOLUME to the desired listening level.
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5. Repeatedly press PRESET EQ (equalizer) to
select classic, pop, rock, or jazz sound characteristics. A bar appears above the selected
sound’s name on the display.
6. To turn off the radio, repeatedly press RADIO ON/
OFF BAND until the display clears.
MEMORY TUNING
You can store up to 10 AM and 20 FM (10 each in
FM1 and FM2) stations in memory, automatically or
manually.
Storing Stations Automatically
Follow these steps to have the SCP-99 search the
selected band and store the first ten stations it finds
into memory locations 1–10.
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1. Repeatedly press RADIO ON/OFF BAND until the
desired band (AM, FM1, FM2) appears.
2. Hold down AUTO PRESET for about 2 seconds
until the SCP-99 starts searching.
When the SCP-99 finds a station, it plays it for
about 3 seconds then stores it in memory. Then
the SCP-99 continues searching. After storing
ten stations in that band, the SCP-99 plays the
last station stored.
Note: If you do not want to store a particular station, press AUTO PRESET while that station is
playing. The SCP-99 automatically tunes to then
stores the next station.
Storing Stations Manually
1. Repeatedly press RADIO ON/OFF BAND until the
desired band appears ( AM, FM1, FM2).
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2. Press TUNING UP
or DOWN
station you want to store.
to tune to the
3. Hold down one of the preset number buttons (1–
5) or +5 then a number button (for memory locations 6–10) for about 2 seconds. The selected
memory location number and PRESET appear,
indicating that the station has been stored.
To replace a station you stored, simply store a
new station in that memory location.
Selecting Stored Stations
1. Repeatedly press RADIO ON/OFF BAND to select
the desired band.
2. Press one of the preset number buttons (1–5) or
+5 then a number button (for memory locations
6–10) to select a stored station.
Note: Do not hold down the preset number button. Otherwise, another station will be stored in
that memory location.
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LOCKING THE HOLD SWITCH
The HOLD switch locks the radio’s buttons (and the
PRESET EQ setting) so you cannot accidentally
change the radio’s settings. To lock the buttons, slide
HOLD in the direction of the arrow. The HOLD indicator flashes for several seconds and then appears
steadily on the display. To unlock the buttons, slide
HOLD in the opposite direction.
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USING THE TAPE PLAYER
PLAYING A TAPE
1. Repeatedly press RADIO ON/OFF BAND until the
display clears, to turn off the radio.
2. Gently pull open the cassette compartment door
and set the automatic reverse switch to the
desired position.
Continuous Playback (
) — alternately
plays each side of the tape until you press
STOP.
One-Time Playback (
of the tape, then stops.
) — plays both sides
3. Insert a pre-recorded cassette into the guides
with the exposed tape edge facing out and the
full reel to the right. Then close the door.
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Note: If you set the direction switch to REV, the
cassette player plays only the reverse side and
stops at the end of that side if it is set to
(see “Changing the Tape Direction” on page 26).
4. Set the tape select switch to NORM for normal
bias cassette tapes or to HIGH/METAL for highbias or metal cassette tapes.
5. Set DOLBY NR to ON if you are playing a cassette tape that was recorded with Dolby B noise
reduction.
6. Press PRESET EQ to select classic, pop, rock, or
jazz sound characteristics. A bar appears above
the selected sound.
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7. Press
PLAY. The battery indicator and
TAPE appear and the tape begins to play.
8. Adjust VOLUME to a comfortable listening level.
9. To stop the tape, press
STOP.
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CHANGING THE TAPE
DIRECTION
You can change the tape’s direction to play the other
side using the FWD/REV switch.
To listen to the tape’s forward side (the one facing
out), set the switch to FWD. To listen to the tape’s reverse side (the one facing in), set the switch to REV.
Note: If the automatic reverse switch is set to the
one-time playback position, the cassette player stops
when you change the FWD/REV switch from REV to
FWD.
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USING FAST-FORWARD AND
REWIND
When the tape is stopped, press
wind or fast-forward it..
FWD/REV
SETTING
Press to
Fast-Forward
or
to re-
Press to
Rewind
FWD (Forward)
REV (Backward)
Note: The tape stops when it reaches the end. Press
STOP to release the
or
button or to stop
the tape sooner.
TAPE TIPS
The following tips can help you get the best performance and the longest life from your SCP-99.
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Note: For the best performance, use only regular
length (60- or 90-minute) cassette tapes. Avoid using
long-playing cassette tapes, such as C-120s, because they are extremely thin and can tangle easily.
Restoring Tape Tension and Sound
Quality
After you play a cassette tape several times, the tape
might become tightly wound on the reels. This can
cause playback sound quality to deteriorate.
To restore the sound quality, fast-forward the tape
from the beginning to the end of one side, then completely rewind it. Then loosen the tape reels by gently
tapping each side of the cassette’s outer shell on a
flat surface.
Caution: Be careful not to damage the cassette
when tapping it. Do not touch the exposed tape or allow any sharp objects near the cassette.
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USING THE SLEEP TIMER
You can set the SCP-99 to play up to 5 hours and 59
minutes, then automatically turn off.
1. To turn on the SCP-99, repeatedly press RADIO
ON/OFF BAND until the display shows a band
PLAY to begin
(AM, FM1, or FM2), or press
playing a tape.
2. Hold down SLEEP until SLEEP flashes on the
display.
3. While SLEEP flashes, repeatedly press TUNING
DOWN
until the digit you want to change
flashes, then repeatedly press TUNING UP
to
change the setting. Repeat this step for each
digit.
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Or to use one of the preset sleep times, press
one of the number buttons after holding down
SLEEP until it flashes:
Preset 1 — 15 minutes
Preset 2 — 30 minutes
Preset 3 — 45 minutes
Preset 4 — 1 hour
Preset 5 — 1 hour 30 minutes
4. Press SLEEP quickly to store your setting.
SLEEP appears steadily.
Note: When the SCP-99 turns off after the sleep time
STOP to preruns out, play is not released. Press
vent tape damage.
To check the remaining time until the SCP-99 turns
off, press SLEEP until the time appears. The remaining time appears for about 5 seconds, then the display returns to the last selected function.
To cancel the sleep timer, turn off the SCP-99 by repeatedly pressing RADIO ON/OFF BAND until the display is clear.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
To enjoy your Optimus SCP-99 Auto Reverse Digital
AM/FM Stereo Cassette Player for a long time:
• Keep the SCP-99 dry.
• Use and store the SCP-99 only in normal temperature environments.
• Handle the SCP-99 gently and carefully.
• Keep the SCP-99 away from dust and dirt.
• Wipe the SCP-99 with a damp cloth occasionally
to keep it looking new.
Modifying or tampering with the SCP-99’s internal
components can cause a malfunction and might invalidate its warranty and void your FCC authorization
to operate it. If your SCP-99 is not performing as it
should, take it to your local RadioShack store for assistance.
CLEANING THE TAPE-HANDLING
PARTS
Dirt, dust, or particles of the tape’s coating can accumulate on the tape heads and other parts the tape
touches. This can greatly reduce the performance of
the SCP-99.
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To protect the SCP-99, clean the tape-handling parts
after about every 20 hours of tape player operation.
Use a cassette deck cleaning kit (Cat. No. 44-1202)
or follow these steps to clean the tape-handling
parts.
1. Remove the batteries and disconnect any other
power source.
2. Open the cassette compartment cover.
3. Press
parts.
PLAY to expose the tape-handling
4. Use a cotton swab dipped in denatured alcohol
or tape head cleaning solution to clean the playback head, pinch rollers, tape guides, and capstans.
Playback Head
Capstans
Pinch Rollers
Tape Guides
STOP and
5. When you finish cleaning, press
close the cassette compartment cover. Then
reconnect power.
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THE FCC WANTS YOU TO KNOW
This equipment complies with the limits for a Class B
digital device as specified in Part 15 of FCC Rules.
These limits provide reasonable protection against
radio and TV interference in a residential area. However, your equipment might cause TV or radio interference even when it is operating properly. To
eliminate interference, you can try one or more of the
following corrective measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
• Increase the distance between the equipment
and the radio or TV
• Use outlets on different electrical circuits for the
equipment and the radio or TV
Consult your local RadioShack store if the problem
still exists.
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SPECIFICATIONS
CASSETTE DECK
Cassette Mechanism .............................. Auto-Reverse
Wow and Flutter .................................................... 0.2%
Signal-to-Noise Ratio ........................................... 47 dB
Separation ........................................................... 28 dB
Frequency Response (at –3 dB) ............. 70–15,000 Hz
RADIO
Frequency Range:
FM
AM
87.5–108.1 MHz .. 530–1710 kHz
IF Rejection .......................... 47 dB
50 dB
Image Rejection ................... 24 dB
27 dB
Selectivity ............................. 20 dB
22 dB
Signal-to-Noise (S/N) Ratio ... 50 dB
30 dB
Stereo Separation ................ 30 dB
—
Usable Sensitivity .............. 20 dBµV
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POWER REQUIREMENTS
Batteries ........................................... 2 AA Batteries
AC ......................... 3 Volts 200 mA with AC Adapter
(Cat. No. 273-1654)
DC ........................ 3 Volts 200 mA with DC Adapter
(Cat. No. 270-1560)
Typical Radio Playing Time
with AA Alkaline Batteries .... 20–21 Hours (approx.)
Typical Cassette Playing Time
with AA Alkaline Batteries .... 20–21 Hours (approx.)
GENERAL
Power Output ................................................ 12 mW
Phones Output Impedance ......................... 32 ohms
Dimensions (HWD) ........... 37/16 ¥ 4 7/16 ¥ 13/8 Inches
(86.8 ¥ 112.6 ¥ 34.9 mm)
Weight ............................................................. 5.8 oz
(164 g)
Specifications are typical; individual units might vary.
Specifications are subject to change and improvement without notice.
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Limited Ninety-Day Warranty
This product is warranted by RadioShack against manufacturing defects in material
and workmanship under normal use for ninety (90) days from the date of purchase
from RadioShack company-owned stores and authorized RadioShack franchisees
and dealers. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack MAKES NO EXPRESS
WARRANTIES AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN
DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THE WRITTEN LIMITED WARRANTIES CONTAINED HEREIN. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack SHALL HAVE NO
LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY TO CUSTOMER OR ANY OTHER PERSON OR
ENTITY WITH RESPECT TO ANY LIABILITY, LOSS OR DAMAGE CAUSED DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY BY USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE PRODUCT OR
ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, ANY DAMAGES RESULTING FROM INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OF
TIME, DATA, PROPERTY, REVENUE, OR PROFIT OR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EVEN IF RadioShack HAS BEEN
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow the limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the
exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
In the event of a product defect during the warranty period, take the product and the
RadioShack sales receipt as proof of purchase date to any RadioShack store. RadioShack will, at its option, unless otherwise provided by law: (a) correct the defect by
product repair without charge for parts and labor; (b) replace the product with one of
the same or similar design; or (c) refund the purchase price. All replaced parts and
products, and products on which a refund is made, become the property of RadioShack. New or reconditioned parts and products may be used in the performance
of warranty service. Repaired or replaced parts and products are warranted for the remainder of the original warranty period. You will be charged for repair or replacement
of the product made after the expiration of the warranty period.
This warranty does not cover: (a) damage or failure caused by or attributable to acts of
God, abuse, accident, misuse, improper or abnormal usage, failure to follow instructions, improper installation or maintenance, alteration, lightning or other incidence of
excess voltage or current; (b) any repairs other than those provided by a RadioShack
Authorized Service Facility; (c) consumables such as fuses or batteries; (d) cosmetic
damage; (e) transportation, shipping or insurance costs; or (f) costs of product removal, installation, set-up service adjustment or reinstallation.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which
vary from state to state.
RadioShack Customer Relations, Dept. W, 100 Throckmorton St., Suite 600, Fort
Worth, TX 76102
We Service What We Sell
3/97
RadioShack
A Division of Tandy Corporation
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
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980601ACK-0-9
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