CAL. W860, W861 DIGITAL QUARTZ

CAL. W860, W861
DIGITAL QUARTZ
ENGLISH
l Full-panel dot-matrix liquid crystal panel
lTime/calendar
l Stopwatch with memory recall function
l Countdown timer
l 5-channel regular alarm
l World time
l 30-channel schedule alarm
l Illuminating light (LED panel)
l Changeover between normal and enlarged displays
s
MODE CHANGE
lSelection of a desired mode can be made by pressing buttons C or D in
the MENU display.
C
B
English
A
C
or
D
Select the desired mode.
When button B is pressed, the opening animation display is shown before the
selected mode appears.
(For Cal. W861)
ILLUMINATING LIGHT (LED panel)
E
(For Cal. W860)
With each press, the mode in the digital display changes in
the following order:
TIME/CALENDAR
(TIME)
C
D
2
B
lTo return to the MENU display, press button A.
D
E
or
SETTING
C
D
STOPWATCH
(CHRONO)
C
D
C
TIMER
D
SCHEDULE
C
D
C
D
E
ALARM
C
WORLD TIME
Turn on the LED light.
English
E
A
The display panel is evenly illuminated
for 3 seconds.
(For Cal. W861)
D
E
(For Cal. W860)
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TIME/CALENDAR SETTING
lOnce the time/calendar of your area is set in the TIME/CALENDAR
mode, the times of the 39 cities covered in the WORLD TIME mode will
be set automatically.
B
Press in MENU display to show TIME/CALENDAR mode.
Year
Selection of the digits
City
➾ Second
➾ Hour ➾ Minute
➾
➾
Month
Mode indicator
D
Date
Year
C
Set the flashing digits. (Increasing digits)
D
Set the flashing digits. (Decreasing digits)
Month
or
s
A
12-/24-hour indication
s
C
➾
B
Time
4
Press to select the digits to be adjusted.
English
Date
A
➾
English
or
Press for 2 seconds to show TIME/CALENDAR SETTING display.
➾
A
B
s
TIME/CALENDAR MODE(TIME)
Day of the week
B
Return to TIME/CALENDAR mode.
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CHANGEOVER BETWEEN STANDARD TIME AND DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
C
If the daylight saving time is effective in the selected city, press to
show the daylight saving time.
A
or
B
Press in MENU display to show STOPWATCH mode.
Lap No.
CHANGEOVER BETWEEN HOME TIME AND WORLD TIME
D
Press for 2 seconds to show WORLD TIME mode.
C
Start / Stop /
Restart
D
Measure lap &
split time / Reset
Time measured
Press button D again to return to TIME/CALENDAR mode.
English
English
With each press of button C, the standard time and daylight saving time of
the city are alternatively shown.
STOPWATCH MODE(CHRONO)
lThe stopwatch measures up to 99 hours, 59 minutes and 59.99 seconds
in 1/100 second increments.
Lap time and split time measurement
•••••••
LAP/SPLIT 2
C
STOP
s
D
s
D
LAP/SPLIT 1
s
6
s
C
START
D
RESET
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MEMORY RECALL FUNCTION
lThe first 100 lap and split times are automatically stored in memory.
lThe stored data can be recalled either during or after the measurement.
B
C
Lap time
B
Press to activate the memory recall function.*
s
With each press, stored data are recalled from the oldest to the
newest.
C
or
D
s
B
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Split time
With each press, stored data are recalled from the newest to the
oldest.
A
or
B
Press in MENU display to show TIMER mode.
C
B
English
English
D
TIMER MODE
lThe timer can be set from 10 seconds up to 99 hours, 59 minutes 59
seconds in one-second increments.
lThe number of times the countdown is repeated can be set from 1 to 99
times.
Set time
D
A
Return to STOPWATCH mode.
*In memory recall after measurement, the oldest measurement in memory is
displayed. In memory recall during measurement, the newest measurement in
memory is displayed.
Mode indicator
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TIMER SETTING
B
s
s
A
s
D
Set the flashing digits. (Decreasing digits)
s
10
Return to TIMER mode.
C
Start / Stop / Restart
D
Reset
Time measured
English
English
Press to select the digits to be adjusted (hour / minute / second /
number of times the countdown is repeated).
Set the flashing digits. (Increasing digits)
B
No. of times
the countdown
is repeated
Press for 2 seconds to show TIMER SETTING display.
C
or
TIMER OPERATION
When the set time is up, a warning sound beeps for 5 seconds. To stop it
manually, press any of the buttons.
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ALARM TIME SETTING
lThe alarm can be set to ring daily at five different times per day.
lThe alarms can be engaged and disengaged independently of one
another.
C
B
Set alarm time
D
A
Alarm mark
“ON” mark
Mode indicator
12
Press for 2 seconds to show ALARM SETTING display.
A
Press to select the digits to be adjusted (hour/minute).
C
Set the flashing digits. (Increasing digits)
D
Set the flashing digits. (Decreasing digits)
B
Return to ALARM mode.
or
English
English
s
Alarm channel
B
s
B
Press in MENU display to show ALARM mode.
s
or
Press to select the desired alarm channel (AL-1 – AL-5).
s
A
D
s
ALARM MODE
“ON” and the alarm marks appear and the alarm is automatically
engaged.
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ALARM ENGAGEMENT/DISENGAGEMENT
lThe alarms can be engaged and disengaged independently of one
another.
Press to select the desired alarm
D channel
(AL-1 – AL-5).
English
C
With each press, the selected alarm
is engaged and disengaged alternately.
City mark
B
At the designated time, the alarm rings for 20
seconds. To stop it manually, press any of the
buttons.
Alarm mark
A
“ON”/“ OFF” mark
Country code/DST
C
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C
Current time of
selected city
or
D
Press to select the desired city.
English
D
s
C
WORLD TIME MODE
lThe time of 39 cities in different time zones throughout the world can
be displayed together with their respective country code for overseas
telephone call.
A or B Press in MENU display to show WORLD TIME mode.
D
Mode indicator
The country code ("CC”) and daylight saving time marks (“DST”) are alternately
displayed in one-second increments.
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CHANGEOVER BETWEEN STANDARD TIME AND DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
B
If the daylight saving time is effective in the selected city, press for 2
seconds to show the daylight saving time.
Press button B for 2 seconds to return to the standard time.
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GMT± (hours)
City mark
0
0
+1
+1
+1
+2
+2
+2
+3
+3
+ 3.5
GMT
LON
PAR
ROM
BER
ATH
CAI
JRS
MOW
RUH
THR
City name
Greenwich
London*
Paris*
Rome*
Berlin*
Athens*
Cairo
Jerusalem*
Moscow
Riyadh
Tehran*
(As of November 2014)
Country name
Country code
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
France
Italy
Germany
Greece
Egypt
Israel
Russia
Saudi Arabia
Iran
44
44
33
39
49
30
20
972
7
966
98
+4
+ 4.5
+5
+ 5.5
+6
+ 6.5
+7
+8
+8
+8
+9
+9
+ 9.5
+ 10
+ 11
+ 12
- 10
-9
-8
-8
-7
City mark
DXB
KBL
KHI
DEL
DAC
RGN
BKK
HKG
BJS
TPE
SEL
TYO
ADL
SYD
NOU
WLG
HNL
ANC
YVR
LAX
DEN
City name
Dubai
Kabul
Karachi
Delhi
Dhaka
Yangon
Bangkok
Hong Kong
Beijing
Taipei
Seoul
Tokyo
Adelaide*
Sydney*
Noumea
Wellington*
Honolulu
Anchorage*
Vancouver*
Los Angeles*
Denver*
Country name
United Arab Emirates
Afghanistan
Pakistan
India
Bangladesh
Myanmar
Thailand
China
China
Taiwan
Republic of Korea
Japan
Australia
Australia
New Caledonia
New Zealand
U.S.A.
U.S.A.
Canada
U.S.A.
U.S.A.
Country code
971
93
92
91
880
95
66
852
86
886
82
81
61
61
687
64
1
1
1
1
1
English
English
TIME DIFFERENCES AND COUNTRY CODES
GMT = Greenwich Mean Time
GMT± (hours)
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GMT± (hours)
-6
-5
-5
-4
-3
-3
-1
City mark
City name
Country name
Country code
CHI
NYC
YMQ
SCL
BUE
RIO
PDL
Chicago*
New York*
Montreal*
Santiago
Buenos Aires
Rio de Janeiro*
Azores Is.*
U.S.A.
U.S.A.
Canada
Chile
Argentina
Brazil
Azores Islands
1
1
1
56
54
55
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The cities marked with “*” use daylight saving time (summer time).
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SCHEDULE ALARM MODE
lThe schedule alarm can be set to ring at 30 different times. Year, month,
date, hour, and minute can be set for each schedule.
lA message up to 14 characters can also be set. It is displayed at the
same time when the alarm sounds.
lA personalized message can be input or a message can be selected
from among 10 preset messages.
A
or
B
Press in MENU display to show SCHEDULE ALARM mode.
Schedule alarm
Notice on change of Santiago time zone
Santiago had previously been in a time zone that was 4 hours behind GMT. However,
since 2015, Santiago has shifted to a time zone that is 3 hours behind GMT.
channel
B
Schedule mark
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C
Message
A
English
English
D
Schedule alarm
time
(Hour & minute /
Date & month /
Year)
Mode indicator
19
s
s
English
D
B
s
C
or
Press to select the desired schedule alarm channel (SAL-01
– SAL-30).
Press for 2 seconds to show SCHEDULE ALARM SETTING
display.
D
Press to select the item to be edited (flashing).
[When editing TIME:]
s
A
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Press to show TIME SETTING display when TIME is flashing.
Set the flashing digits. (Increasing digits)
D
Set the flashing digits. (Decreasing digits)
or
B
Return to SCHEDULE ALARM mode.
[When editing MESSAGE:]
A
s
or
C
Press to show MESSAGE SETTING display when MESSAGE is
flashing.
C
Advance the flashing cursor in order.
D
Move back the flashing cursor.
English
C
Press to select the digits to be adjusted (minute/hour/date/month/
year).
A
s
SCHEDULE ALARM SETTING
s
l
s
Hour and minute, date and month, and year can be alternately displayed in onesecond increments.
The schedule mark is displayed if any schedule alarm has been set for the day.
l
or
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Preset message setting
s
A
Press to show the characters to input.
s
C
Advance the flashing character in order.
D
Move back the flashing character.
or
English
s
Set the flashing character.
‘0
‘1
‘2
‘3
‘4
MEETING
BIRTHDAY
DATE
MOVIE
DINNER
‘5
‘6
‘7
‘8
‘9
LUNCH
APPT
FLT
GYM
PARTY
English
s
A
lFor setting a preset message, select the corresponding number to the
desired preset message in the table below.
s
B
l
l
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Return to SCHEDULE ALARM mode.
Press buttons C and D simultaneously to erase the message when advancing or
moving back the flashing cursor.
If no message is set, “NO MESSAGE” is displayed. In such a case, the schedule
alarm is not engaged.
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ADJUSTING EACH ITEM
SETTING MODE
lThe setting of the following functions can be adjusted: Opening
animation display, time display, eco mode, LCD contrast, LED color,
key sound (confirmation sound for button operation), alarm sound,
schedule alarm sound, and preset messages.
or
s
[Ex. : In Time/Calendar mode]
A: Normal display
B: Enlarged display
Select the item to be adjusted.
Selection of items
Animation ➾ Time mode
➾ Eco
➾ LCD contrast
➾
➾
s
Adjust the item.
s
Return to MENU display.
Alarm sound
Key sound
[ECO MODE]
lThe watch display automatically shuts down to reduce electricity consumption after no button operation is made for a certain period of time (ECO
mode). Time until Eco mode is activated can be set.
OFF
3 hours
➾
1 hour
Eco mode mark
➾
A
➾
Schedule sound
➾
C
➾ LED color
➾
Message
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lThe time display can be selected between normal and enlarged displays.
➾
English
Press in MENU display to show SETTING mode.
[TIME MODE]
English
D
B
l The opening animation display can be engaged (ON) or disengaged (0FF).
➾
A
[ANIMATION]
2 hours
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[LCD CONTRAST]
[LED COLOR]
lThe color of the LED panel can be selected between two colors.
A: Amber
B: Blue
lWhen the key sound mark is displayed, the confirmation sound beeps
with each press of the buttons.
[ALARM SOUND]
lThe alarm sounds can be selected between three types of sounds.
[SCHEDULE ALARM SOUND]
lThe schedule alarm sounds can be selected between three types of
sounds.
[ADJUSTMENT OF THE PRESET MESSAGES]
lThe preset messages can be adjusted. After selecting the message to
be edited by pressing button C, press button B for 2 seconds to show the
MESSAGE setting mode, and follow the procedure for editing messages
in SCHEDULE ALARM SETTING display.
English
English
lThe contrast on the liquid crystal display can be adjusted in 7 steps from
level “ -3” to “+3”. The contrast becomes higher as the digits indicating
the contrast level increase and becomes lower as they decrease.
lThe contrast level has been initially set at “0” at the factory.
lWith each press of button C, the contrast level increases and decreases
by one, respectively.
-3 -2 -1 0
1
2
3
[KEY SOUND (Confirmation sound for button operation)]
lThe confirmation sound for button operation can be engaged (ON) or
disengaged (OFF).
Key sound mark
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NOTES ON USING THE WATCH
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[TIME/CALENDAR SETTING]
lThe calendar automatically adjusts for odd and even months including February of
leap years from 2007 to 2099.
lOnce the year, month and date have been set, the day of the week is automatically
set.
l Setting the seconds:
• With the second digits flashing, press button C or D in accordance with a time
signal. The second digits are reset to “00”.
•When the seconds count any number from “30” to “59” and button C or D is
pressed, one minute is added and the seconds are reset to “00”.
lThe flashing digits except the seconds and 12-/24-hour indication move quickly if
button C or D is kept pressed.
lIf the watch is left untouched with the digits flashing, it will automatically return to
the TIME/CALENDAR mode in 2 to 3 minutes.
l Note on unusual display:
While setting the time/calendar, all the segments of the display will light up if both
buttons C and D are pressed at the same time. This is not a malfunction. Press any
one of the buttons to return to the TIME/CALENDAR mode, and then set the time/
calendar again.
lAfter 99 hours, 59 minutes and 59.99 seconds have been measured, the stopwatch
stops. Press button D to reset the stopwatch.
l Restart and stop of the stopwatch can be repeated by pressing button C.
l Measurement of the lap time and split time can be repeated by pressing button D.
l The lap number counts up to “999.” After “999”, the number is displayed in three
digits such as “000” for 1,000, “001” for 1,001, and so on.
lThe lap time and split time measured remain displayed for 5 seconds together with
the flashing lap and split numbers. Then, the display automatically returns to the
measurement in progress.
Lap no.
Lap time
Split time
English
English
TIME/CALENDAR MODE
STOPWATCH MODE
Split no.
lEven if the digits are reset to “00” in the stopwatch measurement, the stored data
is not erased and can be recalled unless a new measurement is started.
lEven if the STOPWATCH mode is changed to another while the measurement is
in progress, it continues counting properly. After using the stopwatch function, be
sure to stop the stopwatch to avoid unnecessary battery usage.
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[MEMORY RECALL FUNCTION]
lIf no measurement is made, “- - - -” mark will be displayed when button B is
pressed to activate the memory recall function.
[TIMER SETTING]
l The flashing digits move quickly if button C or D is remains pressed.
lIf the watch is left untouched with the digits flashing, it will automatically return to
the TIMER mode in 2 to 3 minutes.
[TIMER OPERATION]
l Restart and stop of the timer can be repeated by pressing button C.
ALARM MODE
[ALARM TIME SETTING]
l The flashing digits move quickly if button C or D is remains pressed.
lIf the watch is left untouched with the digits flashing, it will automatically return to
the ALARM mode in 2 to 3 minutes.
lWhen the time function is displayed in the 24-hour indication, the alarms are also
displayed in the 24-hour indication.
[ALARM ENGAGEMENT/DISENGAGEMENT]
l When any one of the alarms is engaged, the alarm mark is displayed.
l At the designated time, the schedule is displayed while the alarm rings for 20 seconds. The schedule mark flashes for 1 hour.
ILLUMINATING LIGHT (LED panel)
lThe LED (light emitting diode) panel loses its luminance as the battery voltage gets
lowered. Also, its luminance level decreases gradually with use.
l The luminance level of LED may decrease if it is left in low temperature.
lIf the watch is exposed to low temperatures while the battery is nearing the end
of its life, the LED illumination time may become shorter than normal. This shorter
LED illumination will allow the watch to maintain timekeeping functionality prior to
battery replacement.
English
English
TIMER MODE
SCHEDULE ALARM MODE
WORLD TIME MODE
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l In the enlarged display, month, date and second are not displayed.
lThe time differences and use of daylight saving time may change in some areas or
countries.
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BATTERY CHANGE
2
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Battery life: Approx. 2 years
Battery
:CR2025
WARNING
l The battery life may be less than 2 years if the alarm is used more than once a day
and/or the illuminating light more than 3 times a day when eco mode is activated for
12 hours a day.
l As the battery is inserted at the factory to check the function and performance of the
watch, its actual life once in your possession may be less than the specified period.
l When the battery expires, be sure to replace it as soon as possible to prevent any
malfunction.
l We recommend that you contact an AUTHORIZED PULSAR DEALER for battery
replacement.
l Do not remove the battery from the watch.
l If it is necessary to take out the battery, keep it out of the reach of children.
If a child swallows it, consult a doctor immediately.
l Never short-circuit, tamper with or heat the battery, and never expose it to
fire. The battery may burst, become very hot or catch fire.
lBattery life indicator
When the battery voltage becomes low, the battery mark starts flashing on the display. In such a case, have the battery replaced with a new one as soon as possible.
l The battery is not rechargeable. Never attempt to recharge it, as this may
cause battery leakage or damage to the battery.
lNecessary procedure after battery change
After the battery is replaced with a new one or if an abnormal display (broken digits,
etc.) appears, follow the procedure below to reset the IC.
English
English
Years
Press and hold buttons A, B, C and D at the same time for 2 to 3 seconds. The display
will become blank. When the buttons are released, time/calendar display will appear
and “2007 1-JAN 12:00'00" MON” will be displayed.
l Before using the watch, set the time/calendar and alarm.
CAUTION
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TO PRESERVE THE QUALITY OF YOUR WATCH
WATER RESISTANCE
l Water resistance (5 bar)*
English
NOTE:
Pressure in bar is a test pressure and should not be considered as corresponding to actual diving depth since swimming movement tends to increase
the pressure at a given depth. Care should also be taken on diving into water.
MAGNETISM
Your watch will not be
affected by magnetism.
N
S
English
If “WATER RESISTANT 5 BAR” is
l Non-water resistant
inscribed on the case back, your
If “WATER RESISTANT” is not
watch is designed and manuinscribed on the case back, your 5 bar WR
factured to withstand up to 5 bar
watch is not water resistant, and
care should be taken not to get and is suitable for swimming, yachting and taking
it wet as water may damage the movement. If a shower.
the watch becomes wet, we suggest that you l Water resistance (10 bar/15 bar/20 bar)*
have it checked by an AUTHORIZED PULSAR
If “WATER RESISTANT 10 BAR”,
DEALER or SERVICE CENTER.
“WATER RESISTANT 15 BAR” or
10/15/20
“WATER RESISTANT 20 BAR” is
l Water resistance (3 bar)
bar WR
inscribed on the case back, your
If “WATER RESISTANT” is inscribed
on the case back, your watch is watch is designed and manufactured to withstand
designed and manufactured to up to 10 bar/15 bar/20 bar and is suitable for taking
3 bar WR
withstand up to 3 bar, such as acci­ a bath, shallow diving, but not for scuba diving.
dental contact with splashes of water or rain, but it We recommend that you wear a PULSAR Diver’s
watch for scuba diving.
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* Before using the water resistance 5, 10, 15 or 20 bar watch in water, be sure the
crown is pushed in completely.
Do not operate the crown when the watch is wet or in water. If used in sea water,
rinse the watch in fresh water and dry it completely.
* When taking a shower with the water resistance 5 bar watch, or taking a bath with
the water resistance 10, 15 or 20 bar watch, be sure to observe the following:
• Do not operate the crown when the watch is wet.
• If the watch is left in warm water, a slight time loss or gain may be caused. This
condition, however, will be corrected when the watch returns to normal temperature.
CARE OF CASE AND BRACELET
To p r e v e n t p o s s i b l e
rusting of the case
and bracelet caused
by dust, moisture and
perspiration, wipe them
periodically with a soft
dry cloth.
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TEMPERATURES
Operational temperature
r a n g e : B e t w e e n -5° C
(+23° F) and 50° C (122°
F)
0°C
+50°C
5°C
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Display temperature
range: Between 0° C (+32°
F) and 40° C (+104° F)
Functional temperature
range of alarm and LED
light: Between 5° C (+41°
F) and 50° C (+122° F)
Light activities will not
affect your watch, but be
careful not to drop your
watch or hit it against
hard surfaces, as this
may cause damage.
CHEMICALS
Be careful not to expose
the watch to solvents,
mercury, cosmetic spray,
detergents, adhesives or
paints. Otherwise, the
case, bracelet, etc. may become discolored, deteriorated or damaged.
PERIODIC CHECK
It is recommended that
the watch be checked
2-3
once every 2 to 3
Years
years. Have your watch
checked by an AUTHORIZED PULSAR DEALER or SER­
VICE CENTER to ensure that the
case, buttons, gasket and crystal
seal remain intact.
PRECAUTION REGARDING
CASE BACK PROTECTIVE FILM
STATIC ELECTRICITY
The IC (Integrated
Circuit) used in
your watch will be
a ff e c t e d b y s t a t i c
electricity which may
disturb the display. Keep the
watch away from close contact
with objects such as TV screens
which emit strong static electricity.
English
English
+40°C
SHOCKS & VIBRATION
If your watch has a
protective film and/or a
sticker on the case back,
be sure to peel them off
before using your watch.
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