onLyee-Quick Installtion Guide-Version1.1-1010

onLyee-Quick Installtion Guide-Version1.1-1010
CR1003 AM/FM Portable Radio
CR1003 AM / FM Portable Radio
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Preface
Thank you for choosing our CR1003 AM / FM Protable Radio. For your
convenience, we have created a simplified users manual, hoping that it |
will be easy enough for all to understand and follow. Please keep this
manual for your references. | |
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We do not offer any guarantees for this product, if misused or used in
any other manner not stipulated in our user's manual. This product Was
tested and working properly when it was shipped to us. This Item will
not be replaced or warrantied if misused or abused in any other manner
then whatis stipulated in the user's guide.
e reserve the right to change and or modify our user's manual at any
time. For your convenience, we suggest that you regularly visit qur |
website to obtain the latest information concerning this product.
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Contents
Chapter 1 UNPACKING RADIO
Chapter 2 LOCATION OF CONTROLS
Chapter 3 OPERATION
Chapter 4 NTENNA
Chapter 5 bonnecTne TO HEADPHONE
(Chapter 6 SPECIFICATION
Chapter 7 IMPORTANCE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Chapter 8 CAUTION
— Chapter 1 UNPACKING RADIO
Before you use your AM/FM Portable Radio | | || | |
1. Remove all the packaging. 10
2 Check the AM/FM Portable Radio after unpacking for any visual
damage such as: | | | | |
® Misaligned or damaged cabinet parts
© Damage to the plug or cabel | | || |
If you can see any damage do not use the AM/FM Portable Radio
This AM/EM Portable Radio must be put on a stable horizontal surface.
| | | | | 1 : Telescopic FM Antenna |
2. Power Indicator
| | | | | 3. AM/ M Indicator |
| | | | | 4. Tuning Control |
5. Off/Volume Control
| | | | | 6. Headphone Jack |
7. AM/FM Selector
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| | | | | 9. Battery Compartment and Main Cable Storage |
10. Handle
| Chapter2 LOCATION OF CONTROLS — TT
© Chapter3 OPERATION | chapter4a ANTENNA =
For AM reception, this radio incorporates a highly sensitive ferrite core |
1. Open the battery compartment at the back of radio to install batteries)
bar antenna. Rotate the button” Tuning Control”to adjust for the best AM
or gain access to the mains cable plug. 4
2. Insert the mains plug into a suitbable 110V AC mains socket. reception.
3. Fully extend the radio aerial in a vertical direction to obtain the | For FM reception, this radio is equipped with a telescopic antenna. Be |
maximum signal strength. sure to extend the antenna to its full length for the best performance.
4. Turn the Power off / volume control to switch on the radio and adjust =~ | | | |
the volume level, the power LED indicator will light up.
5. Select the AM/FM band on the front of the unit for your preference.
6- To select the desire radio station, turn the tuning control. | | | | | | |
7. Adjust the volume knob again to desire listening level.
~ Chapter 5 CONNECTING TO HEADPHONE
You can connect headphone (not included) to your radio. The
headphone socket is located on the side of the radio, below the
volume control.
Insert into a 3.5mm stereo headphone jack to listen the radio
personally.
~~ | Chapter 6 SPECIFICATIONS —
Radio Frequency: FM 88 ~ 108 MHz
ВОИ AM 530 - 1700kHz
Power Consumption: 4W
Speaker: 80/1W
| | DCbattery: 6V (Size “C”/UM-2 battery x 4pcs. Not included) | |
jy | Power Source: AC 110V / 60Hz | |
— Chapter 7 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS — | Chapter17CAUTION = |
This radio is designed to operate AC 120V ~ 60Hz main supply. | | |
Please note that when the power switch is in the standby position this
does not compeletely disconnect the radio from the mains supply. Ifthe
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
equipment is not to used for a day or more, disconnect it at the wall DO NOT OPEN
outlet. The lightning flash J CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE | The exclamation
SAFE USE OF YOUR RADIO and arrowhead RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, | point within the
Lu | | [within the triangle is | DO NOT REMOVE triangle is a warning |
This radio has been designed and manufactured to meet US safety a warning sign COVER(ON BACK).NO sign alerting you of
standards but like any electrical equipment care must be taken to | | | alerting you of USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS] important |
“dangerous voltage” | INSIDE,PEFER SERVICING [instructions
obtain the best results from the radio and assure your own safety. Here inside the product. | TO QUALIFIED SERVICE accornpanying the
are a few tips to help you do this: | | | |
PERSONNEL. product.
NEVER a instruction manual before you attempt to use the radip. | | | |
NEVER let anyone, especially children, push objects into holes, WARNING : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
ventilation slots or any other opening; this could result in fatal electric | | po NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. | |
shock. CAUTION : THE RADIO MUST NOT BE USED IN ANY ENVIRONMENT
ALWAYS disconnect the AC adaptor when you are not going to use the | | WHER IT MAY BE SUBJECT TO THE DRIPPING OR SPLASHING OF |
radio until for a long period of time. WATER OR OTHER LIQUIDS.
E. Е | | | DONOT CONNECT THE ANTENNA WIRE ON THE BACK OF THIS SET
ENSURE adequate ventilation of the radio is not obstructed, for TO ANY OUTDOOR ANTENNA
example by curtains above soft furnishings underneath it. | | The main plug is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device |
CONSULT your dealer if you are ever in doubt about the installation, shall remain readily operable. It should not be obstructed during
intended use. To disconnect the apparatus from power, the mains plug |
operation or safety of your radio. of the apparatus must be disconnected from the mains socket outlet
DON’T continue to operate the radio if itis damaged in any way or if it | completely. | |
does not function normally. Disconnect the AC adaptor and consult your
dealer. | | | BACK OF SET : Battery compartment for 6V (Size “C” / UM-2 battery X |
4pcs. Not included)
DON’T leave radio switch on when it is unattended unless it is part of
it's normal function to operate in your absence, for example a video | | |
cassete recorder with timed recording facility. | | | |
Electrical products should not be disposed of with
household waste. Thank you to recycle collection
points provided for this purpose. Consult with your local
authorities or dealer for advice on recycling. | |
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