Technika SR08 8” Digital Photo Frame Manual

Technika SR08 8” Digital Photo Frame Manual
User Guide
SR08
8” Digital Photo Frame
This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage constituting
a risk of electric shock is present within this unit.
This symbol indicates that there are important operating and
maintenance instructions in the literature accompanying this unit.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a slightly damp cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install or operate near any heat sources such
as radiators, stoves, or other apparatus that produce
heat.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or
when unused for long periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as the power-supply
cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or
objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
Warning: To reduce the risk of fire or electrical
shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture. The product must not be exposed to dripping
and splashing and no object filled with liquids
such as a vase of flowers should be placed on the
product.
No naked flame sources such as candles should be
placed on the product.
Caution: Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s
authority to operate this device.
Caution: Usage of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified
herein may result in hazardous exposure.
IMPORTANT
Use this appliance with the supplied AC convertor.
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Using non-approved power supplies will void the
warranty.
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 communication.
However,this 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 of
the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION.................................................................................................2
INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................4
UNPACKING.................................................................................................................4
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS.........................................................................................5
REMOTE CONTROL HANDSET........................................................................................6
GETTING STARTED.......................................................................................................7
CONNECTING THE POWER SUPPLY................................................................................8
INSERTING MEDIA........................................................................................................8
MENU SCREENS AND ICONS.........................................................................................8
VIEWING A SLIDESHOW.............................................................................................10
THUMBNAIL MODE....................................................................................................11
MANAGING FILES AND FOLDERS................................................................................12
NAVIGATING A SLIDESHOW VIA THE OSD MENU.........................................................14
COPYING AND DELETING FILES ..................................................................................15
COPYING FILES TO AND FROM A PC............................................................................17
CUSTOMISING THE FRAME.........................................................................................18
TROUBLESHOOTING...................................................................................................19
FURTHER INFORMATION............................................................................................19
CARE, WARRANTY & SPECIFICATIONS.........................................................................20
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FILES AND FOLDERS
You may group your pictures into Albums (folders) with several
pictures inside each album. “You can choose to play all the pictures on
the media or you can select individual folders, and play the contents
INTRODUCTION
PLAYER FEATURES
• Operation via front panel controls or remote handset.
• Automatic slide show with multiple transition effects and variable interval timings.
• Compatible with SD/MMC/MS/ and CF memory cards.
• Internal memory storage – store and view pictures without external media.
• USB Host for connecting to a USB flash drive.
• USB2.0 high speed transmission for connecting to your computer to download files.
• You can copy files from any connected media device to any other connected media device or the internal memory.
• Direct deletion of files from any connected media device or the internal memory.
UNPACKING
The carton should contain:
• The Photo Frame
• External Power Adapter
• Remote Control Handset
• Standard-Mini USB connecting cable
• Operating Manual
If any items are missing or damaged, contact your nearest TESCO store
for a replacement. Have your receipt ready when you call. Retain the
packaging. If you dispose of it, do so having regard to any recycling
regulations in your area.
Before using the Photo Frame carefully remove any protective
film covering the screen. Take care not to press on the screen.
PICTURE FORMATS
The DPF will play pictures conforming to the .jpg (jpeg) standard.
Other picture formats must be converted to jpgs via photo editing
software.
The player will take time to load and display pictures. Lots of high
resolution pictures will slow loading times considerably.
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
SD/MMC/MS/card slot
CF-card slot
USB HOST for connecting a USB device.
USB device port for connecting the DPF to a computer
DC 9V 1.5A Port
Frame support.
[] Start or pause a slideshow: Confirm a selection. 8. [M] Return to the main menu.
Touch and hold to display the OSD menu while viewing photos.
9. [O] Return to the previous menu.
10.[] Move the cursor left or select the previous picture.
11.[] Move the cursor right or select the next picture.
12.[] Move the cursor up or rotate the picture anticlockwise.
13.[] Move the cursor down or rotate the picture clockwise.
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REMOTE HANDSET
HANDSET KEYS AND FUNCTIONS
1 Press to set the player in and out of Standby.
2 Press to move the cursor upward or rotate the picture anticlockwise.
3 Press to move the cursor leftward or select the previous picture.
4 MENU Press to return to the main menu.
5 Press to move the cursor downward or rotate the picture clockwise.
6
Press to select the previous picture when viewing pictures
Switch to the previous page in thumbnail mode.
7
Press to zoom the picture.
8
Press to select 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratio for a picture
9 SETUP Press to go to the setup menu.
10 OK
Press to confirm a selection
Start or pause playback.
11 Press to move the cursor rightwards or select the next picture.
12 OSD Press to open or exit the OSD bar display.
13 Press to return to the previous menu.
14
Press to select the next picture when viewing pictures
Switch to the next page in thumbnail mode.
15 Press to start the slide show.
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GETTING STARTED
HANDSET PREPARATION
Remove the protective strip from the battery compartment to activate
the battery. The handset is now ready for use.
If the handset behaves erratically or fails to
operate the battery should be replaced.
1: Press the catch at the side of the battery
compartment. Slide out the battery cage
2: Remove the old battery. Place the new battery in the cage with the polarity as shown.
Close the cage.
Note: The ON/OFF
switch is obscured
by the stand in
Portrait mode.
Stand the frame on a level solid surface where it is unlikely to fall or
get knocked over.
Move the stand up and down to set a comfortable viewing angle. Do not push the stand to its
extreme upper or lower settings as the frame could
overbalance.
There is a risk of fire and burns if the battery
is handled improperly. Do not disassemble,
crush, puncture, short external contacts, or
dispose of in fire or water.
Do not attempt to open or service the battery. Replace only with the
battery designated for this product. Discard used batteries in accordance with recycling regulations in force in your area.
Switch the ON /OFF switch on the frame to OFF.
The frame can be wall mounted via the slots in the
rear but this is not recommended. Wall mounting
should only be used as a last resort.
PLACEMENT
Locate the stand in the slot at the rear. Rotate the stand once to put
the frame into horizontal (landscape) view. Rotate once more to put
the frame into vertical (portrait) view.
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CONNECTING POWER
SD/MMC/MS
CARDS
CF CARD
USB DRIVE
• NEVER force a memory card into the slot.
• To remove a card, pull it out slowly.
Insert the USB drive as shown in the above drawing.
Notes:
• If only one device (one card or USB drive) is connected before
the frame is switched on: when the Frame is switched on , connecting a second device has no effect.
• If a USB drive and either a SD card or a CF card are connected:
when the Frame is powered up the USB drive will be selected.
• If a USB drive, a CF card and a SD card are all connected: when
the Frame is powered up the CF card will be selected.
• If no card or USB drive is connected: when the Frame is
powered up the frame’s internal memory will be selected.
Plug the DC power jack of the adapter into the DC socket in the DPF.
Plug the power adapter into the mains point. Switch on at the mains.
Switch the ON /OFF switch on the frame to ON.
• You can leave the power switch on, and use the button on the
handset to turn the frame on or set it to Standby mode.
• To turn off the power off completely, slide the switch to OFF.
INSERTING MEDIA (Refer to the drawings opposite).
Insert the SD/MMC/MS/ card into the 3-in-1 card slot with the
metal contacts facing the display.
Insert the CF card with the front label facing away from the screen.
When inserting a card: Align the card carefully with the slot and
gently push it all the way in.
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MENU SCREEN AND ICONS
When you switch the frame on all connected devices appear
in the Main menu.
The complete menu icons are as shown. In practice the screen
only accommodates four icons so if you have memory devices
inserted in all the slots you will not see the Setup Icon.
The current selection appears ‘out of the box’ and has a
descriptive label.
CF
NAND
(Internal
memory)
NOTE: If you have inserted a card in the frame and the icon
does not appear in the menu screen the card may need to be
formatted. See your PC manual for help.
NAVIGATING THE FRAME
You can navigate the frame in three ways.
• Via the Front Panel.
• Via the Remote handset. This manual concentrates on handset navigation as it the easiest and has the most comprehensive control functions.
• You can also navigate during a slide show via a special On Screen Menu. See Page14
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SD
Card
etc.
USB
Drive
Setup
Icon
VIEWING A SLIDESHOW
VIEWING PICTURES IN SLIDE SHOW MODE
Plug the DC power jack of the adapter into the DC socket in the DPF.
Plug the power adapter into the mains point. Switch on at the mains.
Switch the ON /OFF switch on the frame to ON.
If no device is inserted, the DPF will select and play the internal memory,
You may also insert a card at this point if none are already inserted.
All connected devices appear in the Main menu.
Slide show mode displays all viewable pictures in sequence.
• To move to the next picture: Press the key once
• To move on several pictures: repeatedly press the key.
• To move to the previous picture: Press the key once
• To move back several pictures: repeatedly press the key.
PAUSE MODE
• To pause the slide show: Press the OK key
• To advance one picture at a time: Press the key
• To go back one picture at a time: Press the key
• To resume normal slideshow play: Press the OK key again.
CF
ROTATING A PICTURE
Press the / keys to rotate a picture to Left or Right.
• Press ONCE to rotate 90º
• Press TWICE to rotate the picture 180º
• Press THREE TIMES to rotate the picture 270º
• Press again to restore the picture to normal view
Rotating a picture automatically pauses the slideshow.
• Press the OK key again to resume normal slideshow play.
Regardless of whether the picture is rotated or not, normal view is
restored when you restart the slideshow.
The selected (or default) choice appears “out of the box” and the card
type is identified.
Press the or key on the handset to select a memory device.
Press the key to start the slideshow.
If no button is pressed within 6 seconds: the slideshow will start
automatically with the default selection.
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ZOOM AND PAN
Press the key to cycle the picture size:
→ x2 → x4 → x8→x16 →Normal...
Entering ZOOM mode automatically pauses the slideshow.
When the Zoom is positive (i.e greater than 1)
• Press the
keys to pan the picture to left or right
• Press the
keys to pan the picture up or down
• Press the OK key again to resume normal slideshow play.
The Zoom view is reset to Normal when you restart the slideshow.
THUMBNAIL MODE
You can enter thumbnail mode in two ways:
During a Slideshow: Press the key
CHANGING THE ASPECT RATIO
• Press the key to change the aspect ratio from 4:3 to 16:9.
What does this mean? Most digital cameras take pictures in the ratio
4:3. This is also the ratio of the frame. If a picture is in “widescreen”
mode (16:9), pressing the key will increase the picture’s height to
fit the frame screen, though the sides may be cropped.
You can also use this key to change the ratio the other way. The picture
will be compressed sideways to fit the screen though in this case you
may see black bars above and below the picture.
Press the key again to restore normal screen size.
Note: This feature can only be be used when a picture is larger than
the frame (i.e has a resolution above 800*600). If a picture is fully
visible in the frame (resolution below 800*600) the key has no effect.
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The pictures display in pages of 15 thumbnails. The picture you were
viewing is highlighted. Picture details appear at the bottom left. The
number of pages of thumbnails appears at the top right.
To move back or forward one picture: Press the
keys.
To move to the next/previous row of 5 thumbnails: Press the
keys
To move to the next or previous page of thumbnails: Press the / keys
To view a picture: Select the picture; Press OK
The picture displays in pause mode. You can now browse the pictures
in Pause mode or press OK to return to the slide show (See P10)
Accessing Thumbnail Mode from the Main Menu
MANAGING FILES AND FOLDERS
Switch the ON /OFF switch on the frame to ON. or
Press the key to bring the frame out of standby
Press the or key on the handset to select a memory device.
Access the Main Menu. Choose the media type and press OK.
CF
CF
Press the or key on the
handset to select File.
Press OK
Press OK.
Press the or key on the
handset to select Photo.
Press OK
Thumbnail Mode will deploy.
You can now browse your pictures or start a slideshow from a
selected picture.
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My Photos
Ski-ing
John.jpg
Sammy.jpg
Modify Date 09/07 2008
File Type: Folder
Will.jpg
Andy.jpg
Lesley.jpg
The drive contents will display in sets of 7 tiles.
The FOLDERS will display first. If there are any pictures on the card that
are not in folders these will display last.
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To move up and down a set of tiles: Press the
keys
To move to the next or previous set of seven tiles: Press the / keys
NAVIGATING FOLDERS
To find and view a picture which is contained in a folder:
Select the folder with the
keys; Press OK
My Photos
DSC0001.JPG
DSC0002.JPG
To find and view a picture which is not in a folder:
Navigate down to the end of the list of folders. The pictures on the
drive that are not in folders will display after all the folders.
My Photos
Ski-ing
John.jpg
Sammy.jpg
Modify Date 09/07 2008
File Size: 325Kb
File Type: Picture
Will.jpg
Andy.jpg
File Size: 349Kb
Lesley.jpg
DSC0003.JPG
DSC0004.JPG
Modify Date 09/07 2008
File Type: Picture
Select the desired picture with the
keys; Press OK
The picture will now display in pause mode.
To return to the picture list: Press the key.
To start a slide show from the selected picture: Press the
To browse the pictures singly: Press the or key.
DSC0005.JPG
DSC0006.JPG
DSC0007.JPG
The pictures in the folder will display in sets of 7 tiles. Navigate the
pictures in the folder as described above.
Select the desired picture with the
keys; Press OK
The picture will now display in pause mode.
To return to the picture list: Press the key.
To start a slide show from the selected picture: Press the key.
To browse the pictures singly: Press the or key.
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key.
NAVIGATING A SLIDESHOW VIA THE OSD MENU
During a slideshow:
Press the OSD key
The OSD menu appears on the screen and slideshow pauses.
Press the or key on the handset to navigate between the icons on the OSD menu.
• To start the slide show from the current picture, highlight and press the OK key on the handset.
• To skip to theprevious picture, highlight and press the OK key.
• To skip to next picture, highlight and press the OK key.
• To rotate the picture, highlight and press the OK key.
• To stop the slideshow and return to thumbnail display, highlight and press the OK key.
• To zoom in the picture, highlight and press the OK key.
When a picture is magnified
• Press the
keys on the handset to pan the picture to left or right
• Press the
keys on the handset to pan the picture up or down
• Press the OK key again to resume normal slideshow play.
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COPYING FILES
DSC0001.JPG
DSC0002.JPG
P
D: SD
E: NAND
F: CF
DSC0006.JPG
DSC0001.JPG
DSC0005.JPG
P
DSC0005.JPG
My Photos
DSC0004.JPG
C: UDISK
DSC0002.JPG
DSC0003.JPG
DSC0004.JPG
DSC0003.JPG
COPY>
My Photos
You can copy a file from any connected drive directly to any
other connected drive or to the frame memory.
• Use the or key to select a memory device
• Press the key. The folders on the disk will appear
To copy a file to the root directory of a drive:
• Select any folder (if a folder is available) with the or
doesn’t matter which)
COPY>
DELETE>
DSC0006.JPG
DSC0007.JPG
COPY>
My Photos
In File view: Highlight a file using the
keys;
• Press the key. A check mark Pis displayed next to the file.
To check more files, repeat the above step.
• (Press the key to deselect a checked file)
• Press the OSD key.
A menu with COPY and DELETE options is displayed on the right.
• Use the or key to select COPY.
• Press the OK key.
All the available memory sources are displayed.
D:/
DSC0001.JPG
DSC0002.JPG
DSC0003.JPG
DSC0004.JPG
DSC0005.JPG
key (it Holiday Snaps
P
Reunion
Sam’s Graduation
School
DSC0006.JPG
• Press OK to copy the file. Allow the process to complete. When the
process is complete press OK to return to the previous menu screen.
The file will be copied to the root of the drive not the directory
selected.
Note: You can only see the root of a drive if it contains no folders.
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Copying files to a specified folder
DELETING FILES
• Select the desired folder with the or key
• Press the key. Make sure the folder name appears under the
“Copy” box.
My Photos
DSC0001.JPG
DSC0002.JPG
DSC0003.JPG
DSC0004.JPG
DSC0005.JPG
P
My Photos
DSC0001.JPG
COPY>
DSC0002.JPG
D:/ Reunion
DSC0003.JPG
Holiday Snaps
DSC0004.JPG
Sam’s Graduation
DSC0006.JPG
School
DSC0007.JPG
DSC0005.JPG
P
COPY>
DELETE>
DSC0006.JPG
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
DSC0007.JPG
• Press OK to copy the file. Allow the process to complete. The file
will be now be copied to the specified folder.
When copying is complete: Press OK to return to the previous menu
screen
• To return to the previous screen without copying the file: Press
If a drive contains no folders you can only copy to the root.
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Select and check the file using the previous procedure
Press the OSD key. Use the or key to select DELETE.
Press the OK key.
Use the or key to select the box with P
X
the check mark P
Press the OK key to delete the file.
Press OK again to return to the previous screen
(Select X and press OK to return to the previous screen without deleting the file).
Press MENU to return to the main menu screen.
COPYING FILES TO AND FROM A PC
When connected to the PC the
screen on the Frame will display
the message ‘PC CONNECTED’
and the screen on the right.
If you do not see this screen:
Remove the USB drive and restart the copying process
• Switch the frame OFF
Remove any USB drive from the frame. The USB host drive is not
available when the frame is connected with a PC.
• Connect the SD/CF etc. cards as required
• Switch the frame ON
• Plug the USB cable into the frame and connect it to the PC.
• Let the PC install the drivers (automatic).
When the drivers have loaded:
Navigate to ‘My Computer’. The drives appear
as ‘Removeable Disks’. The actual drive letters
depend on drives already installed on your PC.
The drive order is:
CF:
SD/MMC:
Not used on this model:
MS:
Nand (frame internal memory).
You now can drag and drop files from the computer to any card on the
frame, and vice versa. You can also copy between drives.
If you see a message ‘Please insert a disk into drive...’ and there is a
card connected you will need to format the card to proceed further.
Disconnecting the Frame from the PC:
• Click on ‘Safely Remove Hardware’
at the right of the PC taskbar.
1. Click Stop
2. Click OK
2
When you see this message:
• Unplug the frame from the PC
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1
CUSTOMISING THE FRAME
You can access the Setup menu at any time, and even whether there
are media devices connected to the Frame or not.
• From the Main Menu, navigate to the Setup Icon.
Press OK or
• Press the SETUP key on the handset.
The Setup menu will deploy.
3. Press the OK button to confirm.
4. Press the button to exit.
1. To select a setting option, press the or key
2. To select a parameter, press the or key
SETTING OPTIONS
Description
LANGUAGE
Choose the on-screen language.
SLIDESHOW TIME
Specify how long each picture is displayed in a slide show. There are six options from 3 sec to 1 hour.
TRANSITION EFFECT
Specify the transition effect between pictures in a slide show. There are 17 different effects plus Off (No Effect)
TFT BRIGHTNESS
Adjust the brightness of the TFT screen.
TFT CONTRAST
Adjust the contrast of the TFT screen.
TFT SATURATION
Adjust the saturation of the TFT screen.
DEFAULT
Restore the frame to the settings it had when it left the factory. All user settings will be reset.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If your DPF seems not to be working as well as you might expect, please
work through this checklist before returning the product to Tesco.
The DPF will not switch on.
Switch off, Check the power supply connections, switch on again.
The DPF will not recognise a memory card.
You were playing another card when you inserted this card. Re-insert
the card. You may need to reformat the card.
The DPF will not play pictures on a card.
The pictures must be in jpg form and smaller than 4000x4000 pixels.
My PC will not recognise the DPF.
You may have a USB drive inserted in the frame. Remove the drive,
remove the USB cable. Switch the frame off and on. Re-insert the USB
cable.The PC will now recognise the frame.
The DPF will not copy pictures to a card.
The card is full. The card is write-protected. The card will need re-formatting even though you can play pictures from the card on the DPF.
The DPF will not copy pictures to the internal memory.
The internal memory is full.
The handset is erratic.
The handset is too far from the frame. There is something between the
handset and the DPF. Replace the battery.
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AFTER USE
Switch the set off via the POWER switch. Unplug the adaptor from the
mains and then unplug the adaptor from the Picture Frame.
Unplug any memory card or USB stick.
Store the unit and power adaptor in a cool dry place, out of the reach
of children and pets.
Note: Though you can leave the frame in Standby indefinitely we do
not recommend this for the following reasons:
• The USB ports are powered in standby.
• The connected AC adaptor cable could be a source of danger.
• You will consume power unnecessarily.
Further Information
The screen resolution is 800x600 pixels. This is a total resolution of
480,000 pixels (0.5MP). High resolution pictures will slow loading
times without improving viewability.
After extended use, the frame may get warm. This is normal and not a
cause for concern.
Contrary to popular belief, if you leave a static picture on the screen for a
long time you may leave a permanent ‘after image’ on the screen. Slide
show mode stops this from occurring.
CARE AND CLEANING
Care and cleaning operations should be carried
out with the unit unplugged from the mains.
Clean the plastic parts with a barely damp
cloth and then dry carefully.
Do NOT touch the screen with bare fingers,
hard or pointed objects. Clean the screen carefully with a special cloth, such as a Calotherm
cloth available from chemists and opticians.
SPECIFICATIONS
Power Supply: DC 9V
Power adaptor: DC 9V1.5A/AC100-240V
Screen Resolution: 800x600 pixels
Picture Format: JPEG, ≤ 4000*4000 pxl
USB Compliance: USB 1.1or higher
Memory Card: SD/MMC/MS/CF
Weight:
604 grams
Internal memory: 1Gb
WARRANTY
Your Technika appliance is covered by a warranty for 12 months from the date of purchase.
If a fault develops during this period, please
contact the TESCO electrical help line on 0845
456 6767. Please have your original purchase
receipt with you when you call. This warranty
in no way affects your consumer rights.
UK: Waste electrical products
should not be disposed of
with household waste. Separate disposal facilities exist, for
your nearest facilities see www.
recycle-more.co.uk or in-store for details.
ROI: Produced after 13th August 2005. Waste
electrical products should not be disposed of
with household waste. Please recycle where
facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice.
Tesco Stores Ltd, Delamare Road, Cheshunt, Herts, EN8 9SL
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