Panasonic Cassette Player CTR-114 User manual

Panasonic Cassette Player CTR-114 User manual
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Cat. No. 14-1120
OWNER’S MANUAL
Please read before using this equipment.
CTR-114
Auto Reverse
Voice-Activated
Cassette Recorder
with Two-Speed
Recording
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FEATURES
Your Optimus CTR-114 Auto-Reverse Voice-Activated Cassette Recorder offers the greatest convenience in recording technology. You can have
recording begin and end according to the sound level
in a room, which gives you hands-free operation
while recording. The CTR-114’s microphone is sensitive enough for the boardroom, a seminar, or a lecture hall. And it’s small enough to fit in your briefcase
or purse, so it can go wherever you go.
The CTR-114’s other features include:
Two-Speed Recording — lets you record at normal
or extended speed to maximize your recording time.
Automatic Reverse — automatically changes the
tape direction at the end of a tape side so you can
continuously play or record both sides of a cassette
tape.
Voice Activated Recording — lets you choose
hands-free operation which saves tape.
Voice Zoom Switch — lets you record voice sounds
clearly and reduce noises outside the voice range.
© 1998 Tandy Corporation.
All Rights Reserved.
Optimus and RadioShack are registered
trademarks used by Tandy Corporation.
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Playback Speed Control — lets you adjust the playback speed of your tape.
Built-in Microphone — lets you make quality recordings without having to use an external microphone.
External Microphone Jack — lets you connect an
optional external microphone for unidirectional recording, reducing background noise.
One-Touch Recording — lets you start recording
with the press of a button.
Cue/Review — lets you listen to recordings at high
speed to help you find a particular section and stop
there.
Mic Sensitivity Switch — lets you select low or high
microphone sensitivity for recording specific sounds,
like a one-on-one interview, or for recording broader
sounds, as in a lecture hall.
Tape Direction Control — lets you change the
tape’s direction at any time without having to eject
the tape and turn it over.
Battery Check Indicators — show you the amount
of power remaining in the batteries.
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Tape Counter — helps you quickly find a specific
section on the cassette. It resets with the touch of a
button.
Automatic Level Control — automatically sets the
correct recording level.
Three Power Sources — let you power your cassette recorder from internal batteries (not supplied),
standard AC power (with an optional AC adapter), or
your vehicle’s battery (with an optional DC adapter).
Automatic Shut-Off Mechanism — automatically
shuts off the recorder at the end of the reverse side
of the tape while playing or recording.
We recommend you record the CTR-114’s serial
number here. The number is on the label inside the
cassette compartment.
Serial Number: ___________________________
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CONTENTS
Preparation ........................................................... 6
Connecting Power .......................................... 6
Using Battery Power ................................ 6
Using AC Power ...................................... 9
Using Vehicle Battery Power ................. 11
Connecting an Earphone .............................. 13
Listening Safely ..................................... 14
Traffic Safety .......................................... 14
Connecting an External Microphone ............ 15
Attaching the Wrist Strap .............................. 16
Operation ............................................................
Loading a Cassette Tape ..............................
Recording .....................................................
Playing a Cassette Tape ...............................
Using Fast Forward and Rewind ...........
Using the Tape Counter ................................
Tape Tips ......................................................
Erasing Tapes ........................................
Preventing Accidental Erasure ..............
Restoring Tape Tension
and Sound Quality .................................
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Care and Maintenance ....................................... 31
Cleaning the Tape-Handling Parts ................ 32
Specifications .................................................... 34
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PREPARATION
CONNECTING POWER
You can power your CTR-114 from:
• internal batteries
• AC power (with an optional AC adapter)
• vehicle battery power (with an optional DC
adapter)
Note: Connecting an adapter automatically disconnects internal batteries.
Using Battery Power
You can power the CTR-114 with two AA batteries
(not supplied). For the best performance and longest
life, we recommend alkaline batteries, such as RadioShack Cat. No. 23-557.
You can also use rechargeable nickel-cadmium batteries (Cat. No. 23-125). These batteries and a battery charger (Cat. No. 23-133) are available at your
local RadioShack store.
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Cautions:
• Use only fresh batteries of the required size and
recommended type.
• Do not mix old and new batteries, different types
of batteries (standard, alkaline, or rechargeable), or rechargeable batteries of different
capacities.
Follow these steps to install batteries.
1. Press down and slide the battery compartment
cover in the direction of the arrow, then lift open
the cover.
2. Put the batteries in the compartment as indicated by the polarity symbols (+ and –) marked
outside the compartment.
3. Close the cover.
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The CTR-114 has three colored battery indicators
which show how much power is left in the batteries.
The battery indicators light when you press STOP,
or
.
PLAY, RECORD,
BATTERY
Indicators
Green ➜
F (full)
Orange ➜
M (medium)
Red
L (low)
When the red (L) battery indicator lights, replace both
batteries.
Caution: Always dispose of old batteries promptly
and properly. Do not burn or bury them.
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Important: This product is capable of using rechargeable nickel-cadmium batteries. At the end of a
nickel cadmium battery’s useful life, it must be recycled or disposed of properly. Contact your local,
county, or state hazardous waste management authorities for information on recycling or disposal programs in your area. Some options that might be
available are: municipal curbside collection, drop-off
boxes at retailers such as your local RadioShack
store, recycling collection centers, and mail-back
programs.
Using AC Power
To power the cassette recorder from a standard AC
outlet, you need an AC adapter such as Cat. No.
273-1663.
Cautions:
• You must use an AC adapter that supplies at
least 3 volts DC power and delivers at least 400
mA. Its center tip must be set to negative, and its
barrel plug must properly fit the CTR-114’s DC
3V jack. The recommended adapter meets these
specifications. Using an adapter that does not
meet these specifications could damage the
cassette recorder or the adapter.
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• Be sure you connect the adapter to the cassette
recorder before you plug it into the AC outlet,
and unplug the adapter from the AC outlet
before you unplug it from the cassette recorder.
Follow these steps to connect the cassette recorder
to AC power.
1. Set the adapter’s voltage switch to 3V.
2. Insert the adapter’s 3.4 mm outer diameter/1.3
mm inner diameter barrel plug into the adapter’s
cord, with the tip set to negative.
3. Insert the plug into the cassette recorder’s DC 3V
jack.
4. Plug the adapter into a standard AC outlet.
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Using Vehicle Battery Power
To power the recorder from your vehicle’s battery,
you need a DC adapter, such as Cat. No. 270-1562.
Cautions:
• You must use a DC adapter that supplies at least
3 volts DC power and delivers at least 400 mA.
Its center tip must be set to negative, and its barrel plug must properly fit the recorder’s DC 3V
jack. The recommended adapter meets these
specifications. Using an adapter that does not
meet these specifications could damage the
recorder.
• Be sure you plug the adapter into the cassette
recorder before you plug it into the cigarettelighter socket, and unplug the adapter from the
cigarette-lighter socket before you unplug it from
the cassette recorder.
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Follow these steps to power the cassette recorder
from your vehicle’s battery.
1. Set the adapter’s voltage switch to 3V.
2. Insert the adapter’s 3.4 mm outer diameter/1.3
mm inner diameter barrel plug into the adapter’s
cord, with the tip set to negative.
3. Insert the plug into the cassette recorder’s DC 3V
jack.
4. Plug the other end of the adapter into the vehicle’s cigarette-lighter socket.
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CONNECTING AN EARPHONE
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You can use an optional earphone with a /8-inch
(3.5-mm) plug to listen to a tape in privacy. Insert the
earphone’s plug into the cassette recorder’s EAR
jack.
Notes:
• You can also use an earphone during recording
to listen to what the recorder is picking up
through the internal or an external microphone.
(See “Recording” on Page 18.)
• Your local RadioShack store carries a wide
selection of earphones.
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Listening Safely
To protect your hearing, follow these guidelines
when you use an earphone.
• Rotate the volume to the lowest setting before
you begin listening. After you begin listening,
adjust the volume to a comfortable level.
• Do not listen at extremely high volume levels.
Extended high-volume listening can lead to permanent hearing loss.
• Once you set the volume, do not increase it.
Over time, your ears adapt to the volume level,
so a volume level that does not cause discomfort
might still damage your hearing.
Traffic Safety
Do not wear an earphone while operating a motor vehicle or riding a bicycle. This can create a traffic hazard and could be illegal in some areas.
Even though some headphones let you hear some
outside sounds when listening at normal volume levels, they still can present a traffic hazard.
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CONNECTING AN EXTERNAL
MICROPHONE
You can connect an external microphone (not sup1
plied) with a /8-inch (3.5-mm) plug to the recorder’s
MIC jack. Connecting an external microphone automatically disconnects the built-in microphone.
Note: Your local RadioShack store sells a variety of
microphones.
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ATTACHING THE WRIST STRAP
Attach the supplied wrist strap to the CTR-114 to
make it easier to carry and to reduce the risk of accidentally dropping it.
Thread the strap’s small loop around the metal pin on
the corner of the CTR-114. Then insert the opposite
end of the strap through the slim loop and pull it until
the slim loop tightens around the metal pin.
Hint: If you have difficulty threading the slim loop
around the medal pin, use the end of a straightened
paper clip to hook onto the loop and pull it through.
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OPERATION
You can use the recorder to play normal bias, highbias, and metal tapes. However, you should only use
normal bias (Type I) tapes for recording. If you record
on metal or high-bias tapes, the recorded sound will
not erase properly.
LOADING A CASSETTE TAPE
1. Take up any slack in the tape by turning the cassette’s hub with a pencil. Do not touch the
exposed tape.
2. Lift open the cassette compartment door.
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3. Insert a cassette into the door’s tape guides with
the cassette’s open edge facing up.
4. Close the door.
RECORDING
You can record using the built-in microphone or an
optional external microphone. For the best performance, use any normal bias (Type I) tape up to 90
minutes long. We do not recommend 120-minute
tapes because they are thin and can easily tangle.
Notes:
• The ALC (Automatic Level Control) circuit automatically sets the recording level.
• If you set DIRECTION to REV, the cassette
recorder records on only the reverse side and
stops at the end of that side.
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• If you want to record on only one side of a tape,
load the tape so the side you want to record on
faces inside the cassette compartment, set
DIRECTION to REV, then start the recording.
Caution: If you load a cassette with the erase-protection tabs broken off, do not try to force down
RECORD. This can damage the recording mechanism. (See “Preventing Accidental Erasure” on
Page 29.)
Follow these steps to record.
1. Load a blank cassette tape, or one you want to
record over, into the cassette compartment.
2. Slide MIC SENSITIVITY to LO or HI, depending on
the sound source you want to record.
LO (Low): Select LO when the sound source is
near the recorder.
HI (High): Select HI when the sound source is far
from the recorder, as in a board room, a seminar, or a lecture hall.
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3. To record specific voices without background
interference, slide VOICE ZOOM to ON. The CTR114 cuts off higher and lower frequency signals
(background noise) and enhances the midrange.
4. Slide REC SPEED to NORM for normal recording,
or to EXT for extended recording (twice the normal recording time). At the EXT setting, the
recorder puts the recording in half the space
used during normal speed.
Note: Tapes recorded at the EXT setting can
play only on this recorder or on another recorder
that has the extended recording feature.
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5. Set VOX to OUT if you want to manually start and
stop recording. Or, set VOX to IN to use voiceactivated recording.
At the VOX setting, recording begins when the
recorder picks up sound and stops a few seconds after the sound stops.
Hint: The voice-activated feature saves power
and tape if there are long or frequent pauses in
the material you are recording.
6. Press RECORD when you want to begin recording. RECORD and PLAY automatically lock down.
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If VOX is set to OUT, recording begins immediately. If VOX is set to IN, recording begins when
the recorder picks up sound.
Note: To pause recording, slide PAUSE in the
direction of the arrow. To resume recording, slide
PAUSE to the other position.
7. If you set VOX to IN, adjust VOX SENS to set the
sound level at which recording begins. When
you adjust VOX SENS higher, softer sounds start
VOX recording. When you adjust VOX SENS
lower, louder sounds start VOX recording.
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Notes:
• The CTR-114 records on one side of the tape,
automatically reverses the tape’s direction,
records on the reverse side of the tape, then
automatically stops.
• You can use an earphone (not supplied) to
monitor a recording in progress.
8. To stop recording before it automatically stops,
press STOP.
PLAYING A CASSETTE TAPE
1. Switch DIRECTION to FWD to play the side of the
cassette facing out, or to REV to play the side
facing in.
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2. Set the auto reverse switch in the cassette compartment to either one-time or continuous playback.
One-Time Playback: plays one side of
the tape to its end, then automatically reverses
the tape’s playback direction, plays the reverse
side of the tape, then automatically stops.
Notes:
• If you set DIRECTION to REV, the cassette
recorder plays only the reverse side and stops
at the end of that side.
• If you move DIRECTION from REV to FWD during playback, the cassette recorder stops.
Continuous Playback: plays both sides
of the tape continuously until you press STOP.
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3. Press PLAY
tape plays.
. The button locks down and the
Note: Slide REC SPEED to NORM for tapes that
have been prerecorded on other recorders or
recorded with the normal record setting on this
recorder. Or slide REC SPEED to EXT for tapes
that have been recorded with the extended
record setting on this recorder.
4. Turn PLAY BACK SPEED toward FAST to play the
tape more quickly or toward SLOW to play it
more slowly.
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5. Adjust VOLUME to the desired listening level.
6. To stop the tape, press STOP.
Note: To stop play momentarily, slide PAUSE in
the direction of the arrow. Slide PAUSE to the
other position to resume play.
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Using Fast Forward and Rewind
When the tape is stopped, press
wind or fast-forward it.
DIRECTION
setting
To
rewind,
press
or
to re-
To fastforward,
press
FWD
REV
To stop the tape, press STOP.
Note: The CTR-114 does not automatically stop
when it reaches the end of the tape. To protect the
tape after the tape has fully wound to either end,
press STOP to release fast-forward or rewind.
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You can also hold down
or
during playback to help you locate a specific portion of the tape
(for example, if you are listening for a particular
speech, statement or other audio cue). While holding
it down, you hear the tape at a faster speed. To return to normal playback, release the button.
USING THE TAPE COUNTER
You can use the tape counter to note different positions or locations on your tape during recording or
playback. Before playing a tape, press the tape
counter reset button to set the counter to 000.
During play or recording, the numbers advance to
show the amount of tape that has moved past the
tape heads since the tape began moving. When the
tape rewinds, the numbers decrease.
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TAPE TIPS
Erasing Tapes
If you record on a previously recorded tape, you replace the old recording with the new one. If you need
to quickly erase an entire tape, you might prefer to
use a bulk eraser (available at your local RadioShack
store).
Note: If you use metal or high-bias type tape, the recorded sound may not be erased properly.
Preventing Accidental Erasure
Cassettes have two erase-protection tabs — one for
each side. When a tab is in place, you can record on
that side.
To prevent accidental erasure of a tape recording,
use a screwdriver to remove one or both of the cassette tape’s erase-protection tabs. This prevents
RECORD from being pressed.
Side A Tab
Side A
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If you later decide to record on a tape side after you
have removed its erase-protection tab, place a piece
of strong plastic tape over that side’s erase-protection hole. Be sure you cover only the hole originally
covered by the erase-protection tab.
Caution: Removing the erase-protection tabs does
not prevent a bulk tape eraser from erasing a cassette tape.
Restoring Tape Tension and Sound
Quality
After you play a cassette tape several times, the tape
might become tightly wound on the reels. This can
cause playback sound quality to deteriorate.
To restore the sound quality, fast-forward the tape
from the beginning to the end of one side, then completely rewind it. Then loosen the tape reels by gently
tapping each side of the cassette’s outer shell on a
flat surface.
Caution: Be careful not to damage the cassette
when tapping it. Do not touch the exposed tape or allow any sharp objects near the cassette.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Your Optimus CTR-114 Auto-Reverse Voice-Activated Cassette Recorder is an example of superior design and craftsmanship. The following suggestions
will help you care for the cassette recorder so you
can enjoy it for years.
• Keep the recorder dry. If it gets wet, wipe it dry
immediately. Liquids might contain minerals that
can corrode the electronic circuits.
• Use and store the recorder only in normal temperature environments. Temperature extremes
can shorten the life of electronic devices, damage batteries, and distort or melt plastic parts.
• Keep the recorder away from dust and dirt,
which can cause premature wear of parts.
• Handle the recorder gently and carefully. Dropping it can cause the recorder to work improperly.
• Use only fresh batteries of the required size and
recommended type. Batteries can leak chemicals that damage your recorder’s electronic
parts.
• Wipe the recorder with a damp cloth occasionally to keep it looking new. Do not use harsh
chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents to clean the recorder.
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Modifying or tampering with the recorder’s internal
components can cause a malfunction and might invalidate the recorder’s warranty. If your recorder is
not performing as it should, take it to your local RadioShack store for assistance.
CLEANING THE TAPE-HANDLING
PARTS
Dirt, dust, or particles of the tape’s coating can accumulate on the tape heads and other parts the tape
touches. This can greatly reduce the performance of
the cassette recorder. After every 20 hours of tape
player operation, use a cassette deck cleaning kit or
follow these steps to clean the tape-handling parts.
1. Remove the batteries and disconnect any other
power source.
2. Open the cassette compartment door.
3. Press PLAY
parts.
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4. Use a cotton swab dipped in denatured alcohol
or tape head cleaning solution to clean the
record/playback head, pinch rollers, tape guides,
and capstans.
Tape Guides
Erase Heads
Capstans
Record/Playback Head
Pinch Rollers
5. When you finish cleaning, press STOP and close
the cassette compartment door. Then reconnect
power.
Your local RadioShack store sells a complete line of
cassette recorder cleaning supplies.
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SPECIFICATIONS
CASSETTE DECK
Tape System .............. 2-track, monophonic cassette
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Tape Speed ...................................1 /8 ips (4.8 cm/s)
Wow and Flutter (WRMS) ................................. 0.2%
Frequency Response (at –3 dB) ..... 250 Hz to 8 kHZ
S/N Ratio ........................................................ 30 dB
Erasing System ................................................... DC
Recording System ....................................... DC Bias
Tape Type ................................ Normal Bias (Type I)
POWER REQUIREMENT
Batteries ............................................ 2 AA Batteries
(Cat. No. 23-557)
AC .................................. 120 Volts with AC Adapter
(Cat. No. 273-1663)
DC .............................. 12 Volts DC with DC Adapter
(Cat. No. 270-1562)
Typical Cassette Playing Time
with AA Alkaline Batteries ................About 16 Hours
w/ Headphones, About 14 Hours w/Speakers
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GENERAL
Power Output ............... 15 mW/Channel at 32 ohms
1
5
1
Dimensions (HWD) .............. 4 /2 × 3 /8 × 1 /2 Inches
(112.4 × 89.8 × 37.6 mm)
Weight (without battery) .................................. 7.2 oz
(206 g)
Specifications are typical; individual units might vary.
Specifications are subject to change and improvement without notice.
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Limited Ninety-Day Warranty
This product is warranted by RadioShack against manufacturing defects in material and workmanship under normal use for ninety (90) days from the date of
purchase from RadioShack company-owned stores and authorized RadioShack franchisees and dealers. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES AND ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THE WRITTEN LIMITED WARRANTIES CONTAINED HEREIN.
EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY
OR RESPONSIBILITY TO CUSTOMER OR ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY WITH RESPECT TO ANY LIABILITY, LOSS OR DAMAGE CAUSED DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY BY USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE PRODUCT
OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY DAMAGES RESULTING FROM INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OF TIME, DATA, PROPERTY, REVENUE, OR PROFIT OR
ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
EVEN IF RadioShack HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow the limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts
or the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
In the event of a product defect during the warranty period, take the product
and the RadioShack sales receipt as proof of purchase date to any RadioShack store. RadioShack will, at its option, unless otherwise provided by
law: (a) correct the defect by product repair without charge for parts and labor;
(b) replace the product with one of the same or similar design; or (c) refund the
purchase price. All replaced parts and products, and products on which a refund is made, become the property of RadioShack. New or reconditioned parts
and products may be used in the performance of warranty service. Repaired or
replaced parts and products are warranted for the remainder of the original
warranty period. You will be charged for repair or replacement of the product
made after the expiration of the warranty period.
This warranty does not cover: (a) damage or failure caused by or attributable to
acts of God, abuse, accident, misuse, improper or abnormal usage, failure to
follow instructions, improper installation or maintenance, alteration, lightning or
other incidence of excess voltage or current; (b) any repairs other than those
provided by a RadioShack Authorized Service Facility; (c) consumables such
as fuses or batteries; (d) cosmetic damage; (e) transportation, shipping or insurance costs; or (f) costs of product removal, installation, set-up service adjustment or reinstallation.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other
rights which vary from state to state.
RadioShack Customer Relations, Dept. W, 100 Throckmorton St., Suite
600, Fort Worth, TX 76102
We Service What We Sell
3/97
RadioShack
A Division of Tandy Corporation
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
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87-HT6-906-01
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