WATERPROOF MEDIA PLAYER USER / INSTALLATION MANUAL

WATERPROOF MEDIA PLAYER USER / INSTALLATION MANUAL
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AQ-MP-5UBT - WATERPROOF MEDIA PLAYER
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USER / INSTALLATION MANUAL
WATERPROOF MEDIA PLAYER
PLEASE READ THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL BEFORE
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
Table of Contents
Media Player AQ-MP-5UBT
1 Getting Started......................................................................................................................... 3
1.1 Contents.............................................................................................................................3
1.2 Connections........................................................................................................................3
1.3 12-pin Harness Connection.................................................................................................3
1.4 Wiring Diagram...................................................................................................................4
1.5 Mounting Precautions.........................................................................................................5
1.6 Mounting the Media Player..................................................................................................6
1.7 Power On............................................................................................................................ 8
2 Location of Controls................................................................................................................. 9
2.1 Media Player Controls..........................................................................................................9
3 Listening to Devices..................................................................................................................10
3.1 Listening via Bluetooth.......................................................................................................10
3.1.1 Pair with Bluetooth Device...........................................................................................10
3.1.2 Listening via Bluetooth Device.....................................................................................10
3.2 Listening via USB............................................................................................................... 10
3.2.1 Listening via USB (Apple Devices)................................................................................... 10
3.2.2 Listening via USB Flash Drives........................................................................................ 11
3.2.3 USB Search...................................................................................................................... 11
3.2.4 Device Charging...............................................................................................................11
3.3 Listening via Auxiliary Input (3.5mm Jack).........................................................................11
3.4 Adjusting Volume Level.......................................................................................................11
4 Listening to FM/AM Radio......................................................................................................... 12
4.1 Enter FM Radio Mode.......................................................................................................... 12
4.2 Scan or Navigate FM Radio Channels................................................................................. 12
4.3 Saving Radio Channel to Memory....................................................................................... 12
4.4 Listening to Saved Radio Memory....................................................................................... 12
4.5 Switch between U.S. and European FM Modes.....................................................................12
5 Settings Operation.................................................................................................................... 13
5.1 Audio Menu......................................................................................................................... 13
5.2 Menu...................................................................................................................................13
5.3 AS/PS (Auto Scan/Preset Scan)........................................................................................... 13
5.4 Local/Distant Tuning...........................................................................................................13
5.5 Stereo/Mono........................................................................................................................ 13
5.6 FM Tuning Area................................................................................................................... 13
5.7 Beep Tone........................................................................................................................... 13
5.8 System Reset...................................................................................................................... 13
6 Additional Features.................................................................................................................. 14
6.1 External 12V Triggers......................................................................................................... 14
6.2 Connecting Multiple Amplifiers or High Current Draw Lighting Systems.................................. 14
7 Specifications & Dimensions....................................................................................................15
7.1 Specifications.....................................................................................................................15
7.2 Dimensions........................................................................................................................ 15
8 Warranty Information...............................................................................................................16
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1.1 Contents
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AQ-MP-5UBT Digital Media Player
Wiring Harness (AQ-UNH-2)
Four (4) Stainless Steel Mounting Screws
Spare Fuse
Mounting Template
Mounting Bracket
DIN Cage
User/Installation Manual
1.2 Connections (see Wiring Diagram 1.4)
1. 12-pin Watertight Harness
The 12-pin harness supplies power and ground connections to the Media Player and four (4)
speaker channel output connections from the Media Player (see also 1.3 below).
Do not cut or modify the 12-pin harness on the Locker side or warranty will be void.
2. FM/AM Radio Antenna Jack
Allows connection of FM/AM radio antenna. For best FM/AM performance make sure the
antenna is extended to the highest achievable position.
3. Auxiliary Outputs
Allows external amplifiers to be connected to power additional speakers.
4. Auxiliary Inputs
Allows an additional RCA input, from a standalone unit or another stereo source.
5. 8-pin DIN Cable
Allows connection of the wired Remote Control (AQ-WR-5F sold separately) or wireless
Remote Control (AQ-RF-34 sold separately) RF receiver.
6. Subwoofer Output
Allows powered (active) subwoofer to be connected via RCA connector.
7. 12V DC External Trigger (x2)
Allows for external lighting or relays to be triggered (350mA max load).
8. USB Input
USB for connection of Apple devices USB flash drives. Charges USB devices when
connected.
1.3 12-pin Harness Connection (see Wiring Diagram 1.4)
The AQ-MP-5UBT includes the universal harness AQ-UNH-2 in order to connect the stereo to
power and speakers.
All open wire connections should be soldered and protected against water and dust for best longterm performance.
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1.4 Wiring Diagram
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No lower than a 2 Ohm load should be used
or damage may occur to the Media Player.
Make sure the polarity of speakers are
connected correctly.
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1.5. Mounting Precautions
1. A mounting template is included. Aquatic AV recommends using the ‘measure twice,
cut once’ method!
2. Once the mounting hole is complete, make sure the outside surface is clean and
clear of debris. The Media Player has an external water/dust proof gasket, but this
requires a clean and flat surface for best performance.
3. The Media Player has four (4) front screws. Drive the screws using a screw driver.
During final mounting apply equal pressure to all points for the best water/dust outer
seal performance. Make sure screws are snug and do not over tighten.
4. Review all outside surfaces of the Media Player to ensure a proper water/dust seal.
This is important for long-term environmental protection performance for your digital
media device.
36.6mm
48.8mm
69.8mm
214.4mm
188.6mm
210.8mm
182.2mm
178mm
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1.6 Mounting the Media Player
The AQ-MP-5UBT is designed for a multi-environment application. For an easy system setup,
mount the Media Player so the front controls will be easily accessible. In addition, observe the
following precautions:
1. Check clearances on both sides of a planned installation before drilling any holes or
installing any screws.
2. When routing RCA cables, keep them away from power cables and output speaker wires.
3. Due to the design for a multi environment application, always support the back of the unit
with the supplied back strap.
1.6.1 Slide mounting sleeve into DIN opening
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1.6.2 Slide mounting brackets into position and tighten center bolts. Remove mounting bracket
handles by bending backing brackets handles until they break off.
1.6.3 Slide Media Player into mounting sleeve. Secure Media Player using supplied hardware and
mounting strap.
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1.7 Power On
The AQ-MP-5UBT requires +12V DC to both the red and yellow wires. When both of these wires
have power the AQ-MP-5UBT is always powered on. Ground is connected to the black wire.
Once all connections are made press the rotary knob and the stereo will turn ON.
In a spa application this requires the red and yellow wires to be jumped together and then connected to the +12VDC output of the power source. In this set up the AQ-MP-5UBT will always be
on, with a very low current draw when idle.
In a boat, ATV or other application requiring power from a battery, the yellow wire (constant
power) should be connected to the battery, and the red wire should be connected to the ignition
or a switch.
For detailed instructions you can check out our online video:
‘How to wire your Aquatic AV stereo system’
http://www.aquaticav.com/support/videos
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Location of Controls
Media Player AQ-MP-5UBT
2.1 Media Player Controls
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1. Front face release
4. Mode button
2. Preset/Search
5. Band/2-Zone
3. Fast Rewind/Forward 6. LCD screen
7. Menu/Info
10. ESC/Dimmer
8. Function/XBS
11. 12V Triggers
9. Play/Pause/Subwoofer 12. Rotary Select Knob
Button
Rotary Select Knob
AM/FM Mode
Short Press: Mute
Long Press: Power Off
In menu: Select
Mode
Short Press: Enter mode select screen
Long Press: No Function
Rotary Knob Clockwise When turned clockwise the volume increases
Rotary Knob Counter
Clockwise
Fast Forward
Fast Rewind
Play/Pause/Subwoofer
Band/2 Zone
12V Trigger
Func/XBS
ESC/DIM
ESC/Info
Preset/Search
Menu/Info
Aux In
Bluetooth
USB
When turned counter clockwise the volume decreases
Short Press: Scans to the next station
No Function
Long Press: Switches into manual seek mode
No Function
Short Press: Scans to the previous station
No Function
Long Press: Switches into manual seek mode
No Function
Short Press: Toggles between Play and Pause
No Function
Long Press: Displays subwoofer volume
Short Press: Switches between AM/FM Bands
No Function
Long Press: Toggles 2 Zone selection menu
Short Press: Toggles 12V Trigger menu
Short Press: Toggles applicable functions for each mode
Long Press: Toggles XBS ON/OFF
Short Press: Returns you to the previous screen
Long Press: Toggles between dimmer modes
Short Press: Returns you to the Default Screen
Long Press: Displays info if any available
No Function
Short Press: Displays your presets
No Function
Long Press: Autosets presets
No Function
Short Press: Toggles system menu
Long Press: Changes the information displayed on
screen
Changes to next song
Changes to next song
No Function
No Function
Changes to Previous Song Changes to Previous Song
No Function
No Function
Short Press: Toggles between Play and Pause
No Function
No Function
No Function
Toggles Search feature*
No Function
Toggles Search feature*
No Function
Changes the information
displayed on screen*
Changes the information
displayed on screen*
* iPod & iPhone only
If your music player is connected via the Auxiliary input you will not be able to control track or receive track information.
Turn off DSP to access control of Bass and Treble
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Listening to Devices
Media Player AQ-MP-5UBT
3.1 Listening via Bluetooth
The Bluetooth menu is accessible via the in the ‘Menu/Info’ button and is used to connect or
disconnect a Bluetooth device that has already been paired.
IAP (Information Apple Protocol) Bluetooth connectivity allows device information, such as
song, playlist and album titles, to be streamed wirelessly and viewable on the AQ-MP-5UBTH screen. This feature is available for Apple devices only.
3.1.1 Pair with Bluetooth Device
1. Enable Bluetooth mode by pressing MODE and selecting Bluetooth.
2. Switch on your Bluetooth device.
3. Select ‘AQUATIC AV’ from the list of available devices to pair (no password is needed).
4. A Bluetooth logo will illuminate on the Media Player LCD to verify Bluetooth is activated.
Only one Bluetooth device can be paired with the Media Player at any time.
3.1.2 Listening via Bluetooth Device
1. Bluetooth mode will be activated once a Bluetooth device is linked.
2. Play the song from device and the sound will play through the Media Player.
3. Press PLAY/PAUSE to play/pause the song.
4. Press FAST REWIND/FORWARD buttons to play previous/next song file.
5. Previous/next track and volume up/down can be controlled directly from your Bluetooth
device or directly from the Media Player controls.
3.2 Listening via USB
3.2.1 Listening via USB (Apple Devices)
1. Remove the faceplate and press the lever in the lower right corner of the unit to release
the mechanism.
2. Set the iPod/iPhone in the mechanism and adjust the clamps to hold it secure.
3. Plug the iPod/iPhone cable into the USB input, and tuck the cable in so the faceplate can
be reattached.
4. Replace the faceplate. If the stereo was previously on it will come back on. If not press
the Rotary Knob to power the unit on.
5. Press the Mode button and select USB Mode.
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3.2.2 Listening via USB Flash Drives
1. Remove the faceplate and press the lever in the lower right corner of the unit to release
the mechanism.
2. Plug the USB drive in the USB port.
3. Replace the faceplate. If the stereo was previously on it will come back on. If not press
the Rotary knob to power it on.
4. Press the Mode button and select USB Mode.
3.2.3 USB Search
1. When using an iPhone, iPod or USB flash drive press SEARCH to enter USB searching
mode.
2. Once in searching mode the menu will display ‘Playlist’. Use the Rotary Knob to scroll
through the search modes below:
1) Playlist 2) Artist 3) Album 4) Song 5) Genre 6) Composer 7) Audio Book
3. Press the Rotary Knob to select the desired search mode and continue in this manner to
navigate the menu sub-folders.
4. Use and FAST REWIND/FAST FORWARD to navigate through your menu page by page.
3.2.4 Device Charging
When specified USB devices are connected to the USB input the device battery will charge.
3.3 Listening via Auxiliary Input (3.5mm Jack)
1. Remove the faceplate from the stereo.
2. Connect your MP3 device to the 3.5mm connector.
3. Re-attach the faceplate.
4. Press the rotary knob to power the Media Player ON (if the faceplate was removed with the
stereo still powered on, it will power on by itself).
5. Press (MODE) on the Media Player or remote control to select ‘AUX IN-1’ mode.
Always ensure to connect and disconnect your Media Player with dry hands!
3.4 Adjust Volume Level
1. Turn the rotary knob clockwise increase the volume.
2. Turn the rotary knob counter clockwise to reduce the volume.
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Listening to FM Radio
Media Player AQ-MP-5UBT
4.1 Enter FM/AM Radio Mode
1. Press MODE on the unit keypad and select RADIO mode.
4.2 Scan or Navigate FM/AM Radio Channels
1. Press FAST REWIND/FAST FORWARD to seek another station.
2. Press and hold either FAST REWIND/FAST FORWARD for manual tuning back or forward.
4.3 Saving Radio Channel to Memory
1. Tune to the station you would like to be saved as a preset.
2. Press the FUNC button to enter the Function menu.
3. Select ‘Manually Save Preset’.
4. Using the rotary knob you can choose which preset slot you would like to save the current
station to.
5. Upon successfully saving a preset, the preset number that was chosen will be shown in
the left corner.
Presets are only for the current band you are on. Each band FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1 and AM2 has six presets for a
total of 30 (18x FM & 12x AM).
4.4 Listening to Saved Radio Memory
1. Once the presets have been set either manually or using AS/PS press the ‘Preset’ button
to display your presets.
4.5 Switching between US and European FM Modes
1. When in ‘RADIO’ mode.
2. Press the FUNC button to enter the Function menu.
3. Scroll to ‘AREA’ then press the rotary knob.
4. Use the Rotary Knob to scroll to the desired tuning Area and select by pressing the Rotarey Knob.
Available Areas USA, OIRT, LATIN, ASIA, JAPAN,MID E, AUS, EURO.
US mode will increase and decrease the FM frequency in steps of 0.1 MHz, e.g. 88.5, 88.6,88.7 MHz. EUR mode will
increase and decrease the FM frequency in steps of 0.05 MHz, e.g. 88.25, 88.30, 88.35 MHz.
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Settings Operation
Media Player AQ-MP-5UBT
5.1 Audio Menu
From the ‘Audio Menu’ you are able to change the bass, treble, balance, and fader.
1. To enter the ‘Audio Menu’ press the ‘AUDIO/MENU’ button.
2. In the ‘Audio Menu’ press the ‘AUDIO/MENU’ to scroll through all options.
3. To change the parameters use the rotary knob to adjust settings.
Any changes made in the ‘Audio Menu’ are system wide so it will affect all modes.
5.2. AS/PS (Auto Scan/Preset Scan)
Scans through the current frequency band, and assigns presets to the radio stations that have the
strongest signal strength. Press and hold PRESET button to swicth between AS and PS modes.
1. When in AM/FM mode press FUNC to access the ‘AS/PS’ settings.
2. Use the rotary knob to adjust settings.
Only does this for one AM/FM band at a time.
5.3 Local/Distant Tuning
When ‘Local’ is turned on the Media Player seeks to only the radio channels with strong signal
strength. When ‘Local’ is turned off the Media Player will seek to all radio channels it receives
signal from.
1. When in AM/FM mode press FUNC to access the ‘Local/Distant Tuning’ settings.
2. Use the rotary knob to adjust settings.
When local is turned on the word ‘Local’ will appear in the upper right hand corner of the Media Player LCD.
5.4 Stereo/Mono
Change the output mode between stereo and mono. Some applications only accept a mono input.
1. When in AM/FM mode press FUNC to access the ‘Stereo/Mono’ settings.
2. Use the rotary knob to adjust settings.
5.5 FM Tuning Area
The FM tuning can be set to different areas, using the rotary knob to scroll through to select the
desired tuning area.
There are seven different tuning areas: USA, EUR, LAT, ASIA, MIDDLE EAST, AUSTRALIA,
RUSSIA.
1. When in AM/FM mode press FUNC to access the ‘FM Tuning Area’ settings.
2. Use the rotary knob to adjust settings.
5.6 Beep Tone
Beep tone plays when any button is pressed, it can be toggled on and off from this selection.
5.7 System Reset
Restores all factory settings.
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Additional Features
Media Player AQ-MP-5UBT
6.1 External 12V Triggers
Aquatic AV understands the need for more flexible remote applications. With the AQ-MP-5UBT
Media Player Aquatic AV has provided two independent 12V ‘accessory’ trigger, activated from the
RF wireless remote. These could activate any 12V based device like 12V lights or 12V motors.
In any operational mode, press the
(12V TRIGGER) key to activate. Press again to deactivate.
Aquatic AV strongly recommend you speak to our technical service staff or your local Aquatic AV dealer if you are
considering using this feature.
Load on External Trigger should not exceed 350mA.
6.2 Connecting Multiple Amplifiers or High Current Draw Lighting Systems
Wiring a Single Pull Single Throw (SPST) Relay
12V DC output for amplifier
The SPST is necessary to protect the stereo in systems
with multiple amplifiers. The AQ-MP-5UBT remote and
trigger wire provide 350mV. While this enough to power
a single amplifier, complex systems with multiple amplifiers will require a SPST relay.
Position 30: requires 12VDC from the main power
source (12V battery, power supply etc). This should be
the same power source that is powering your stereo.
Position 85: this is where you connect your ground from
your power source (12V battery, power supply, etc.) This
should be the same ground reference as your stereo.
87
87
86
Triggered
12V DC from
stereo (Blue or
Brown wire)
85
Common
Ground
30
Main 12V DC
input (fused)
Position 86: position 86 is triggered 12V, and is sent when your stereo is powered on.
For Aquatic AV stereos position 86 can be connected to either the blue remote wire in the harness
or the brown 12V trigger on the rear of the unit. The differences are below:
Blue (recommended): The blue (remote wire) provides a 12VDC output when the stereo is powered on. Meaning as soon as the stereo is powered on the blue wire sends 12VDC through the
relay powering on the amplifier.
Brown: the brown (12V Trigger) provides 12VDC output when it is triggered via the lightning
bolt icon on the faceplate or handheld remote. This setup is more advantageous is a more complex system with several zones, as it gives you control of when an amp is on or off.
Position 87: this is the 12VDC output that you will provide 12VDC to the remote turn on to the
amplifiers in your system.
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Specifications & Dimensions
Media Player AQ-MP-5UBT
7.1 Specifications
Media
Supported media....................................Bluetooth(A2DP and iAP)/USB/MP3/FM/AM
Supported media max. dimensions...........107 x 184mm (WxH)
Device charging......................................via USB
Inputs
Auxiliary................................................ 1x 3.5mm stereo Jack socket, 1x stereo pair RCA
Outputs
Pre-Out..................................................2x stereo pair RCA (4V)
Subwoofer..............................................1x RCA (4V)
12V Trigger............................................ 2x 12V triggers (350mA)
Power
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Output voltage @ 2 Ohm......................... 4x 72W
Output voltage @ 4 Ohm......................... 4x 45W
Operation voltage....................................9.6V - 14.4V DC
Max current draw....................................7A
Standby current draw..............................6mA
Multi-Environment Certifications
Waterproof / Dustproof............................ Yes - IP55
Conformal PCB coating........................... Yes
UV protection.........................................500 hours stable, ASTM D4329 compliant
Salt/Fog protection................................. 500 hours stable, ASTM B117 compliant
Stainless Steel mountings....................... Yes
7.2 Dimensions
36.6mm
48.8mm
69.8mm
214.4mm
188.6mm
210.8mm
182.2mm
178mm
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Warranty Information
Media Player AQ-MP-5UBT
Aquatic AV offers a limited warranty of our products on the following terms:
Length of warranty
2 years on audio systems, electronics, speakers, and accessories (receipt required).
Coverage
This warranty covers only the original purchaser of an Aquatic AV product purchased from an
authorized Aquatic AV dealer. In order to receive service, the purchaser must provide Aquatic AV
with a copy of the receipt stating the customer name, dealer name, product purchased and date
of purchase.
Defective products
Products found to be defective during the warranty period will be repaired or replaced (with a
product deemed to be equivalent) at Aquatic AV’s discretion.
What is not covered
Damage caused by accident, abuse, improper operations or theft. Any cost or expense related to
the removal or reinstallation of product. Service performed by anyone other than an authorized
Aquatic AV service center. Any product with the serial number or tamper labels defaced, altered,
or removed. Subsequent damage to other components. Any product not purchased from an
authorized Aquatic AV dealer.
Limit on implied warranties
Any implied warranties including warranties of fitness for use and merchantability are limited
in duration to the period of the express warranty set forth above. Some states do not allow
limitations on the length of an implied warranty, so this limitation may not apply. No person is
authorized to assume for Aquatic AV any other liability in connection with the sale of the product.
How to obtain service
You must obtain a return material authorization number (RMA) to return any product to Aquatic
AV. You are responsible for shipping charges of returned products to Aquatic AV.
Please record the model and serial number[s] of your equipment in the space provided below as
your permanent record and will assist us with your factory warranty coverage. These numbers can
be found on the rear of the Digital Media Player.
Model number[s]:
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FCC Statement
Media Player AQ-MP-5UBT
FCC ID:
MADE IN CHINA
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device
must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
NOTE:
The equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized
modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the user authority to operate
the equipment.
Patent: 8,578,081
iPhone and iPod are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Made for iPod and Made for iPhone mean that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod or iPhone respectively, and has been
certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and
regulatory standards. Please note that the use of this accessory with iPod or iPhone may affect wireless performance.
Product design and specification subject to change without notice. E&OE.
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San Jose, CA 95112, USA
E-mail: info@aquaticav.com
US & Canada: 1 877 579 2782
International: +1 408 559 1668
Fax: +1 408 559 0125
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