DPB702A - ownerIQ
Instruction Manual
DPB702A
DIGITAL PHOTO FRAME
V1.0
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................................................................................1
MAIN PRODUCT FEATURES..........................................................................................................................................................................2
DEVICE OVERVIEW ......................................................................................................................................................................................3
REMOTE CONTROL ......................................................................................................................................................................................4
INSTALLING THE BATTERY OF REMOTE CONTROL .....................................................................................................................................5
GETTING STARTED ......................................................................................................................................................................................5
USING MEMORY CARDS ...............................................................................................................................................................................6
INSERTING MEMORY CARD..........................................................................................................................................................................6
REMOVING A MEMORY CARD .......................................................................................................................................................................6
USING USB DEVICES....................................................................................................................................................................................7
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MAIN MENU ..................................................................................................................................................................................................8
PHOTO ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................8
MUSIC..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................9
PHOTO+MUSIC ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................9
MOVIE................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................10
SETUP ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................11
Photo Setting.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................11
Auto-Play.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................12
Display Setup ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................12
Custom Setup................................................................................................................................................................................................................................12
Exit ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................13
CALENDAR........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................13
CLOCK...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................13
Display ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................13
Set Time ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................13
Exit ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................14
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ALARM...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................14
Enable ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................14
Set Time ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................14
Exit ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................14
AUTO-POWER...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................15
Power On Enable ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................15
Power Off Enable ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................15
Set Time ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................15
Exit ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................15
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ............................................................................................................................................................. 16
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................................................................................... 19
PRECAUTIONS AND MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................................................................... 20
TAKING PRECAUTIONS....................................................................................................................................................................................................................20
CLEANING THE DEVICE ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................22
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing the Digital Photo Frame (DPF).
Before operating the device, please read this manual thoroughly and keep it for future reference. This manual will help you use
many of the exciting features to make your DPF view more enjoyable.
The DPF enables you to view digital pictures directly from your camera’s memory card. You could enjoy watching pictures by
slideshow function which has been provided by this DPF.
The DPF is compatible with the following memory card formats: SD™ (Secure Disk), MMC™(Multimedia Card), and MS™
(Memory Stick).
This manual contains important safe measurements and correct operational information, so please read all the information
carefully before you use the device in order to avoid any unexpected accidents.
We take the responsibility to keep in good repair for this unit; however we can not take responsibility for everything damaged by software
operation on mistakes or even any data missing during product repaired or other mistakes.
The software, hardware or user’s manual are subject to change and improvement should without notice. All rights reserved.
Trademarks of other products mentioned in this user's manual are owned by their respective companies or organizations.
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MAIN PRODUCT FEATURES
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High quality matrix TFT LCD
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Decorative appearance, good quality
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Supports digital picture format JPEG
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Supports audio format MP3 and video format MPEG-1, M-JPEG, and MPEG-4 (SP and ASP)
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Built-in stereo speaker 2*2W
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Clock / Calendar / Alarm / Auto-Power
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Compatible with SD™/ MMC™ / MS™ memory cards, direct browsing of files from them.
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USB Host function: direct reading from a memory storage device when connected to the photo frame.
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Provide varies functions: clear setup menu, thumbnail function, rotate picture, show file information, and etc.
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Two ways to control: 8 keys on the side of machine, infrared remote control
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Various frames with different styles and colors (changed upon your order)
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DEVICE OVERVIEW
1 USB port: USB 2.0 Host
7 Right [Œ] button
2 DC port 9V 1.5A
8 Down/Next [A] button`
3 PLAY/PAUSE/ENTER [] button
9 Up/Previous [B] button
4 MENU [M] button
10 3-in-1 card slot (SD/MMC/MS)
5 STOP/EXIT [2] button
11 Power on / off
6 Left [‹] button
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REMOTE CONTROL
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3
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1
2
POWER
LEFT
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FUNCTION
PREVIOUS
FAST REVERSE
VOL +
UP
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SETUP
ENTER
RIGHT
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DOWN
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OSD
PLAY/PAUSE
NEXT
STOP/EXIT
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FAST FORWARD
VOLMUTE
Power on/ off the device
Move the cursor leftwards in the menu mode
In photo mode, it’s used to rotate the picture anticlockwise by 90°.
Enter the main menu
Skip to previous track/video/photo
Fast reverse within the track/movie
Adjust the volume up
Move the cursor upwards in the menu mode
In photo mode, it’s used to flip the picture horizontally.
Enter/Exit the setup menu
Enter the selected option
Move the cursor rightwards in the menu mode
In photo mode, it’s used to rotate the picture clockwise by 90°.
Move the cursor downwards in the menu mode
In photo mode, it’s used to flip the picture vertically.
Display the OSD
Play/Pause the track/slide/movie
Skip to the next track/movie/photo
Stop playing or exit
In music/photo/movie mode, it’s used to exit to the folder navigation
interface.
Fast forwards within the track/movie
Adjust the volume down
Mute the device
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INSTALLING THE BATTERY OF REMOTE CONTROL
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Place the Remote Control with the buttons facing downward.
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Pull the tray of the battery compartment out directly.
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Place a CR2025 lithium battery on the tray with the positive + symbol face up.
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Close the tray by pushing it into the battery compartment.
Please note: Please ensure that it is disposed in accordance with local environmental legislation.
GETTING STARTED
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Assemble the DPF bracket to prop the unit up.
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Plug the power adaptor into an electrical outlet.
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Adjust the Power switch at the back of the DPF to “ON”.
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USING MEMORY CARDS
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Insert the memory card into the card slot on the DPF to play the content of it. You may directly use the memory card of your
digital camera to play the photos you shot.
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This device is compatible with the following memory cards:
Secure Digital Card (SD™)
Multimedia Card (MMC™)
Memory Stick (MS™)
INSERTING MEMORY CARD
Insert the memory card with its label facing towards you. Slightly push it into
the card slot.
Caution: Do not force the memory card in the slot.
REMOVING A MEMORY CARD
Simply insert the card into the card slot and unplug directly from the DPF after use.
Please note: This DPF will only recognize digital pictures with JPEG format. Other format of picture can be converted to this
JPEG format in your PC first before transfer to this unit.
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USING USB DEVICES
Connect the USB mass storage devices to the DPF by plug it into the USB port (USB HOST). The USB devices are such as USB
stick and MP3 player.
Please note: When a USB mass storage device and a memory card are simultaneously plugged into the DPF, the USB device
will be recognized prior to the memory card.
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MAIN MENU
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Choose the item you want by using the buttons LEFT (), RIGHT (), UP () and DOWN () by the remote control.
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Or Press
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Enter the selected option by pushing the ENTER button or press
(left),
(right), A (down), B (up) to choose the item and by the buttons on the back of photo frame.
to confirm selection.
PHOTO
The photo option supplies the function of browsing photos and pictures that are in the JPEG format. Please refer to Photo Setting
in the Setup section to set a certain mode of displaying your pictures.
When you press the ENTER or
button to enter this function, the DPF will scan the connected removable device
automatically for the accessible files. It will display the pictures as slides after finding them if the Photo Auto-Play is set to On. Or
else, if it is set to Off, it will enter into the Browse mode (Thumbnail/File Manager), then you can choose either of two to display
the pictures. If no removable device or accessible file is found, it will remain in the main menu.
Press Next/Previous or A/B button to select next/previous photo.
Press
/
button on the photo frame or LEFT/RIGHT button on the remote to rotate left/right by 90 degrees; press
up/down to flip the photo horizontally/vertically.
Press
2 to enter the file manager/thumbnail mode and B, A,
,
or UP,DOWN,LEFT,RIGHT to move up, down, left
and right, respectively.
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MUSIC
The Music option supplies you the function of playing the tracks that are in MP3 format.
When you press the ENTER or
button to enter this function, the DPF will scan the connected removable device
automatically for the accessible files. It will play the music after finding them if the Music Auto Play mode is set to On. Or else, if
it is set to Off, it will display the music list, you can select to start playing it. If found no removable device, it will remain in the
main menu.
Press UP/DOWN or B/A to select next/previous track and
Press
or Play/Pause button to play/pause.
to go to upper level folder to select folder and
to enter lower level folder to select track.
Press and hold (about 3s) B/A button to increase/decrease volume; or press Vol+/Vol- to increase/decrease volume.
Press M to return to the main menu and
2 to stop playing track.
PHOTO+MUSIC
The Photo + Music option supplies you the function of playing the tracks while displaying the photos/pictures. In this mode, you
can press the Previous or Next button to switch the pictures and Play/Pause or
to play/pause the slide changing and the
music, but the track-playing is control by the system.
Press
/
or LEFT/RIGHT button to rotate picture left/right by 90 degrees.
Press and hold (about 3s) B/A button to increase/decrease volume; or press Vol+/Vol- to increase/decrease volume.
Press M to return to the main menu.
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MOVIE
The Movie option supplies you the function of playing the videos which in MPEG-1/ M-JPEG (Motion JPEG) and MPEG-4 with
DAT/ AVI/ MPG (SP-Simple Profile and ASP-Advanced Simple Profile) format.
When you press the ENTER or
button to enter this function, the DPF will scan the connected removable device
automatically for the accessible files. It will play with starting the videos after finding them if the Movie Auto Play mode is set to
On. Or else, if it is set to Off, it will display the video list, you can select to start playing. If found no removable device, it will
remain in the main menu.
Press Next/Previous button to select next/previous stored video.
Press
2 button to enter the folder browser for videos.
Press ENTER or
to play/pause.
Press A to fast forward and B to rewind.
Press and hold (about 3s) button to increase/decrease volume; or press Vol+/Vol- to increase/decrease volume.
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SETUP
The setup item includes four options of Photo Setting, Auto-Play, Display Setup, Custom Setup and Exit.
Press B/A or UP/DOWN to move the cursor up/down and
To confirm selection simply press
/
or LEFT/RIGHT to enter/exit the sub menu.
or Enter.
Photo Setting
Main item
Interval time
Sub-item
5 sec, 10 sec, 15 sec, 30 sec, 1
min, 3 min.
No Effect
Cover Up/Down/Left/Right
Uncover Up/Down/Left/Right
Transition Effect
Wipe Up/Down/Left/Right
Push Up/Down/Left/Right
Browse
Description
The period after which the DPF will switch to the next picture
Photos are displayed in order without special effect.
Next photo covers the current photo upwards from
the bottom/top/the right side/the left side.
Current photo goes upwards/downwards/leftwards/rightwards slowly
while next photo appears in the screen.
Current photo folds upwards while next photo outspreads
upwards/downwards/leftwards/rightwards.
Next photo pushes away the current photo from
the bottom/top/the right side/the left side.
Random
System chooses the transition effect in random.
Thumbnail
To display all the photos in the thumbnail mode. (15 per page)
File Manager
To choose the photo to display in the different folders or under the ROOT.
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Auto-Play
Main item
Sub-item
Photo
On, Off
Music
On, Off
Movie
On, Off
Display Setup
Main item
Sub-item
Brightness
Normal, Bright, Soft
Contrast
-4,-3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4
TFT Brightness
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
TFT Contrast
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
TFT Saturation
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Custom Setup
Main item
Sub-item
OSD Language
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Polish
Style
Style 1, Style 2, Style 3, Style 4,
Repeat Mode
Off, One, Folder, All
Default
Read
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Exit
Select this option to exit the Setup mode.
CALENDAR
You can view and set the calendar in this function.
After entering the Calendar mode, the calendar is in the View mode by default. To set the calendar, first press the Enter or
button to enter the set mode, then press
/
the RIGHT/LEFT button to move the cursor between the “Month”, “Date”
and “Year”, press the B/A or UP/DOWN button to adjust the value. After setting is completed, you can press ENTER or
to
save and press STOP/EXIT to the view mode.
CLOCK
This option supplies you the function of setting the clock. After entering the Clock mode, you can see its submenu which includes
Display, Set Time and Exit and you can press the B/A or UP/DOWN button to switch between these options.
Display
From the Display function, you can set only Clock is displayed or both Clock and Calendar are displayed.
Set Time
The time is set from the Set time function. Press B/A or UP/DOWN button to choose the Set Time option and then press ENTER
to open the Set Time interface. Press
/
LEFT or RIGHT button to switch between the items and press B/A or
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UP/DOWN button to adjust. After completed adjusting, press
/
or LEFT/RIGHT button to move the cursor to the OK
or Cancel item to save the setting or exit without saving by pressing M or STOP/EXIT button.
Exit
Select this option to return to the main menu.
ALARM
This option supplies you the function of setting the alarm. After entering the Alarm mode, you can see its submenu which
includes Enable, Set Time and Exit, and you can press the B/A or UP/DOWN button to switch between these options.
Enable
After entering the Alarm mode, you can activate the alarm here.
Set Time
To set the time for alarm, first choose the Set Time option and then press the ENTER or
Press
/
button to open the Set Time menu.
LEFT/ RIGHT button to switch between the items, and press B/A or UP/DOWN button to adjust. After
adjustment is completed, press
/
LEFT or RIGHT button to move the cursor to the OK or Cancel item to save the
setting or press STOP/EXIT or M button exit without saving.
Exit
Select this option to return to the main menu.
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AUTO-POWER
This option supplies you the function of setting the auto-power. After entering the Auto-Power mode, you can see its submenu which includes
Power On Enable, Power Off Enable, Set Time and Exit, and you can press the B/A or UP/DOWN button to switch between these options.
Power On Enable
You can set whether enable the auto - power on function or not here.
Power Off Enable
You can set whether enable the auto - power off function or not here.
Set Time
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To set the auto power on time, enter the ”Power On” option. Press
/
LEFT /RIGHT button to switch between the
items, and press B/A UP or DOWN button to adjust. After adjustment is completed, press
/
or LEFT /RIGHT
button to move the cursor to the OK or Cancel item to save the setting or exit without saving.
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To set the auto power off time, enter the “Power Off” option. Press
/
or LEFT/ RIGHT button to switch between
the items, and press B/A or UP/ DOWN button to adjust. After adjustment is completed, press
/
LEFT or RIGHT
button to move the cursor to the OK or Cancel item to save the setting or exit without saving.
Exit
Select this option to return to the main menu.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why is the real capacity of my memory card lower than marked on the card?
The memory card has been formatted which requires some of the total memory. Therefore, the capacity will be less than the data
marked on the card.
Why the DPF could not display some files from my Flash card?
Some unpopular Flash cards are not compatible with the device. Use a card which matched with the DPF.
The file formats on your card might not be supported (only JPEG pictures are accessible). Provide files with the supported JPEG format.
There is a memory card inserted in the DPF but the device is not able to read the card. What can I do?
First, make sure that you are using a memory card type that is supported by the DPF.
Secondly, make sure that the memory card is inserted all the way into the correct slot.
The file formats on your card might not be supported (only JPEG pictures are accessible). Provide files with the supported JPEG
format.
Please note: Some digital cameras save images into non-standard formats. Please refer to the operating manual of your camera.
Why do some pictures load faster than others?
Higher resolution pictures load slower. Use pictures with lower resolution to speed up the loading time.
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Why does the system fail to work although power is on?
Probably the system could not work normally. Reset the DPF.
Why does the screen not show anything?
The device might not have been turned ON or the adaptor is not well connected.
Does the DPF have built-in memory?
NO. The DPF can not store files into a built-in memory. All files must be stored on memory card or USB device.
Can I insert multiple memory cards?
NO. The DPF only can be inserted one memory card.
How do I store music files?
Transfer the MP3 file to the memory card using a memory card reader. Only music file in MP3 format are accessible, convert your
music to MP3 format with your PC and audio editing software.
Can I rotate a picture on the screen?
YES. Use the ROTATE buttons (LEFT, RIGHT, UP, DOWN) on the remote control to rotate a picture.
Please note: The rotated picture will return to its original orientation after you power off the DPF.
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Can I adjust the colors of the picture?
NO. All color setting are preset at the factory. You can only adjust the brightness and contrast of the screen.
Can I play MPEG-1/ M-JPEG/MPEG-4 (SP & ASP) files stored on memory cards?
You can play MPEG-1/M-JPEG/MPEG-4 (SP& ASP) video using any supported memory card.
What is the best picture resolution displayed on the screen?
The best picture resolution for this DPF is 480*234.
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
TFT LCD
Display
Panel size: 7 inch
Screen size mode: 16:9
Resolution: 480*234
I/O
Remote control, DC in, speaker
Power adaptor
Input: 100~240V AC, 50~60Hz
Output: 9V 1.5A DC
USB port
USB Host 2.0
Supports USB flash media, MP3 players
Supported peripheral devices
SD™ (Secure Digital), MMC™ (Multimedia Card), MS™ (Memory Stick)
Supported photo format
JPEG
Supported audio format
MP3: Bit rate 32~320Kbps (CBR, VBR), Sampling rate 8~48KHz
Supported video format
MPEG-1, M-JPEG, MPEG-4 (SP and ASP)
Operating temperature
5 ~ 35
Dimensions
219*151*31mm
Weight
434g
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PRECAUTIONS AND MAINTENANCE
TAKING PRECAUTIONS
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To reduce the risk of electric shock or product damage, do not remove screws.
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Do not use this apparatus near water, Do not expose this unit to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing and that no objects
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Do not install near any heat sources such as, radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including heat)
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Do not open covers and do not repair yourself. Refer to qualified service personnel.
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Avoid sandy places such as beaches.
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Please insert the plug to the jack completely to avoid electrostatic.
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Keep all lines are connected well, safely and clearly.
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Avoid pressing the LCD, exposing it in sunshine.
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The machine can only play files with compatible formats.
filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed near or on the apparatus.
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Music, pictures may have copyright, play those files without permission may be touch copyright law.
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Do not make metallic objects touch the DC plug when the machine is working.
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Avoid on the top of cushions, sofas, or not equipment such as amplifiers, otherwise it will be over working temperature of the
apparatus.
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Do not take inserting cards away when the machine is reading them, otherwise it will cause memory files lost and system
broken.
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Do not unplug directly when playing music, pictures.
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Do not rest the unit in your lap for a long time while using it. The unit can become hot and cause urns.
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Please avoid using earphone for long time or with over volume, otherwise it will be bad for your ears.
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Please do not adjust volume too loud when use built-in speaker otherwise it will bring no good voice.
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You may feel uncomfortable after viewing for a long time with repeating action.
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The DPF is not intended to run for 24 hours consecutively. The recommended time of use is between 8-10 hours at time.
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In order to supply better service, the contents of the operation operations manual may be revised.
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We will not explain the changes caused by any revising of machines function.
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CLEANING THE DEVICE
MAKE SURE THE DPF IS TURNED OFF
NEVER SPRAY OR POUR LIQUID DIRECTLY ONTO THE SCREEN OR PLASTIC CASING
To Clean the Screen
Wipe the screen with a clean, soft, lint-free cloth. This removes dust and other particles.
If it still is not clean, apply a small amount of non-ammonia, non-alcohol based glass cleaner on a clean, soft, lint-free cloth to
clean the screen.
To Clean the Plastic Casing
Use a soft, dry cloth. If it still is not clean, apply a small amount of non-ammonia, non-alcohol based, mildly non-abrasive
detergent on a clean, soft, lint-free cloth to clean the surface.
To Clean the Frame
Use a soft, dry cloth.
Disclaimer: Authorize Dealer does not recommend the use of any ammonia or alcohol-based cleaners on the LCD screen or
plastic casing. Some chemical cleaners have been reported to damage the screen and/or display case. Authorize Dealer will
not be liable for damage
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