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INSTRUCTION ICR-B35 MANUAL

Digital Voice Recorder

SANYO'S HELP-LINE

Call the toll-free number below if you have any difficulties operating this product. 1-877-999-1840 (Weekdays 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Pacific time)

LlNEA DE CONSULTA SANYO

Llame gratis al número indicado a continuación si tiene dificultades al utilizar este producto. 1-877-999-1840 (Días laborables de 8:00 AM a 5:00 PM hora del Pacífico)

1AD6P1P1314--A ICR-B35

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Issue Number 2, Printed in China ESPAÑOL

ENGLISH

 

CONTENTS

 

PRECAUTIONS ..............................................

2

CONTROLS ....................................................

3

POWER SUPPLY ...........................................

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BEFORE OPERATION ...................................

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SELECTING THE MENU MODE ....................

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RECORDING .................................................

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PLAYBACK ....................................................

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ERASING ......................................................

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VOICE ALARM TIMER .................................

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CLEANING THE CABINET ..........................

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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE .....................

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FCC INFORMATION ....................................

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SPECIFICATIONS ........................................

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WARRANTY (For USA) ..............................

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WARRANTY (For Canada) ...........................

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Important Information:

Notes on clock setting

Be sure to set the date and time of the unit’s clock before you start using it. (See “Adjusting the date and time” in “BEFORE OPERATION” section.)

Backup recommendation

To avoid potential risk of data loss caused by accidental operation or malfunction of the unit, we recommend that you save a backup copy of your recorded massages on a tape recorder, etc.

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PRECAUTIONS

If the line of rectangles in the battery indica-

tor ( ) disappear during recording, stop the recording immediately and replace the batteries.

Do not disconnect the AC adaptor or remove the batteries while operating the unit.

Before erasing, make sure that the battery indicator is full.

The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing.

Do not insert pins, etc., inside the unit.

Do not drop the unit or subject it to strong shocks.

Do not use where there are extremes of temperature (below 5° C (35° F) or exceeding 35° C (95° F)).

WHAT TO DO IF...

If the operation of the unit or display is not normal,

1.Open the battery compartment lid.

2.Remove the batteries. Wait 2 minutes, then reinstall the batteries.

3.Press the reset switch (back of the unit) using a small ball-point pen, etc.

4.Resume operation.

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1.Earphone jack (EAR)

2.External microphone jack (MIC)

3.Built-in microphone (MIC)

4.Record button (m)/Pause

5.Repeat button (REPEAT)

6.Stop button (n)/On, Off select button

7.Play button (a)/Pause

8.Cue index button (CUE INDEX)

9.Fast forward/Fast backward buttons

(d, c)

10.Volume buttons (VOLUME)

11.Speaker

12.Erase button (ERASE)

13.Time/Set button (TIME/SET)

14.Menu button (MENU)

15.Display

16.Play speed switch (PLAY SPEED)

17.Record mode switch (REC MODE)

18.Hold switch (HOLD)

19.Battery compartment

20.External DC jack

(EXT DC 3V, bottom of the unit)

POWER SUPPLY

Batteries

1.Open the battery compartment lid.

2.Install two “AAA” batteries (not supplied). Observe proper polarity.

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2

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Battery indicator ( )

The line of rectangles is the battery gauge. Black rectangles show the battery condition.

: Full, good condition

or (“LOW BATT” appears.): Weak or exhausted battery, must be replaced.

CAUTION:

Remove the batteries if the unit will not be used for a month or longer.

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR AMERICAN USERS:

SPENT OR DISCHARGED BATTERIES MUST BE RECYCLED OR DISPOSED OF PROPERLY IN COMPLIANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE LAWS.

FOR DETAILED INFORMATION, CONTACT YOUR LOCAL COUNTY SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY.

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR CANADIAN USERS:

When the batteries have become discharged, they must be disposed of in a safe manner that complies with all applicable laws.

AC adaptor

Connect the AC adaptor (SANYO Model No. 3CV120US, not supplied) to the EXT DC 3V jack. (The batteries are automatically disconnected.)

The center pin of the EXT DC 3V jack is positive (+).

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BEFORE OPERATION

Earphone

Connect an earphone (8 ohms, cord length less than 2 meters (6 feet 6 inches), not supplied) to the EAR jack. (The speaker is automatically disconnected.)

Note: Be sure to reduce the volume before connecting or disconnecting the earphone.

External microphone

Connect an external microphone (not supplied) to the MIC jack. (The built-in microphone is automatically disconnected.)

Turning the power on and off

Press the nbutton to turn on the power. The display appears as shown right for example and the unit is in the standby mode.

To turn off the power, press the n button for at least 1 second in the stop mode.

Auto power off function

The power turns off automatically when 5 minutes have elapsed after entering the stop, playback pause or recording pause mode.

Hold function

The HOLD switch (back of the unit) disables the buttons (m, n, a, c or d) from operating, to prevent playback or recording due to accidental operation.

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Set the HOLD switch to ON. “HOLD ON” appears briefly on the display.

For normal use, set the switch to OFF. “HOLD OFF” appears briefly on the display.

Adjusting the date and time

1.Press the MENU button re- peatedly until the date and

time display appears.

2.Press the TIME/SET button.

The year display blinks.

3.Press the c or d button repeatedly to select the year.

4.Press the TIME/SET button. The month display blinks.

5.Set the month, day, hour and minute by following steps 3 - 4 above.

The time can be set accurately by pressing the TIME/SET button when a time signal is heard.

6.Press the n button to return the original display.

Changing the clock to the 12-hour (or 24-hour) display

1.Press the MENU button repeatedly until “12/ 24” appears.

2.Press the TIME/SET button. “24H” (or “12H”) blinks.

3.Press the c or d button once. “12H” (or “24H”) blinks.

4.Press the TIME/SET button.

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SELECTING THE MENU MODE

1. Press the MENU button repeatedly to select the desired menu mode. Each time the button is pressed, the display changes as follows:

FOLDE (Folder) v EDIT v AUTO PAUSE

vDate and time v VAS v REC v BEEP

vERASE GUARD v 12/24 v Original display returns

2.To change the setting of a sub-menu in the selected menu mode, press the TIME/SET button so that the display blinks.

3.Press the c or d button

to select a new sub-menu.

(See “Various menu modes” below.)

4.Press the TIME/SET button to set it.

5.Repeat steps above to change other settings.

6.Press the n button to return to the original display.

Various menu modes

FOLDE (Folder): Selecting folder mode

PERS wv BUSI wvLECT wv OTHER wvALARM

PERS: Personal

BUSI: Business

LECT: Lecture

OTHER: Others

ALARM: Voice alarm

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EDIT: Selecting edit mode

OVER WRITE wv INSER (Insert)

OVER WRITE: Overwrite recording

INSER: Insertion recording (“INSERT” appears on the display.)

AUTO PAUSE: Selecting auto pause time mode

PAUSE 03SEC wv PAUSE 04SEC w ...

v PAUSE 10SEC wv PAUSE OFF wv

PAUSE 01SEC wv PAUSE 02SEC wv

...

Note: The initial setting of the auto pause function is ON (3 seconds).

Date and time (See “Adjusting the date and time”.)

VAS (Voice activated system): Selecting VAS mode

VAS OFF wv VAS ON

VAS OFF: To manually start and stop recording

VAS ON: Recording begins when the unit picks up sound, and stops after the sound stops. Press the + or – VOLUME button to set the microphone’s sensitivity when recording begins. The VAS sensing level appears on the display (“VAS 01” ~ “VAS 10”). “VAS” appears.

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REC: Selecting recording time mode

REC STAND (Standard) wv REC LONG

REC STAND: For better sound quality (The unit can record for up to approx. 33 minutes.) REC LONG: For longer recording (The unit can record for up to approx. 197 minutes.)

BEEP: Selecting beep mode

BEEP ON wv BEEP OFF

BEEP ON: Every time the operation buttons are pressed, a beep sound will be heard.

BEEP OFF: No beep sound

ERASE GUARD: Selecting erasing guard mode (See “Erasing guard”.)

GUARD OFF wv GUARD ON

GUARD OFF: You may erase the data.

GUARD ON: You cannot erase the data.

” appears on the display.

12/24: (See “Changing the clock to the 12-hour (or 24-hour) display”.)

Original display returns

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RECORDING

1.Press the n button to turn the power on.

2.Set the REC MODE switch (back of the unit) to select the desired recording mode.

DIC (Dictating): “ ” appears.

CONF (Conference): “ ” appears.

LECT (Lecture): “ ” appears.

Note:

If an external microphone (not supplied) is connected, the recording mode cannot be changed. “ ” appears.

3.Select the desired folder name, VAS and recording time modes. (See “SELECTING THE MENU MODE”.)

4.Press the m button (red).

Recording starts with new file

number. (Red) Example: The display appears as shown below.

Folder name

 

Current file

Total file

number

number

Elapsed recording time

5.Press the n button to stop the recording at any time.

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Note:

The unit can record up to file number 99 for each folder (except ALARM folder).

When the recording time is full, “MEMOR

FULL” appears briefly. In this case, erase the unnecessary file.

If the CUE INDEX button is pressed during recording, an index mark is made (INDEX number appears briefly) and recording continues. (Up to

10 index marks, for each file, can be made. But, Index marks cannot be deleted individually.)

File number

Each time a recording is made, a file number is automatically placed in the memory at the beginning of the recording.

Temporarily stopping recording (Recording pause)

Press the m button. The elapsed recording time blinks on the display. To resume recording, press the button again.

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EDIT THE RECORDED DATA Overwrite recording

To overwrite recorded material (Previous recorded material will be erased.)

1.Select the “OVER WRITE” edit mode. (See “SELECTING THE MENU MODE”.)

2.Locate the desired point during playback, then press the a button to pause.

• Elapsed playing time blinks.

3.Press the m button. Over writing recording starts from the paused position. (The CUE INDEX button will not function during over writing recording.)

4.Press the n button to stop the recording.

Insertion recording

To insert into a file (Previous recorded material will remain.)

1.Select the “INSER (Insert)” edit mode. “INSERT” appears on the display.

(See “SELECTING THE MENU MODE”.)

2.Locate the desired point during playback, then press the a button to pause.

3.Press the mbutton. Insertion recording starts from the paused position. (The CUE INDEX button will not function during insertion recording.)

4.Press the n button to stop the recording.

Notes:

The edit mode (OVER WRITE wv INSER) can be changed by pressing the CUE INDEX button during play back paused.

In case of paused recording, the mode can be changed to play back. Press the a button.

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Auto pause

When the end of the file is reached during playback, “AUTO” and “PAUSE” appear in turn. The unit pauses automatically for the preset auto pause time. After the set time elapses, the next file playback begins.

Press the abutton during auto pause to return to the normal pause mode.

File skip

Press the cor dbutton to skip to the desired file.

In case the auto pause is set, if the cbutton is pressed during playback, the unit enters the auto pause mode at the end of the file. Press the c button again to play back the next file.

File search

If the c or d button is pressed during playback, the unit will search at high speed in the forward or reverse direction while the button is being pressed. When the button is released, normal playback will continue.

Index search

If an index mark was made in the file, press the CUE INDEX button during playback. The unit will search for the next index point and playback starts from this point.

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Repeat

1.Press the REPEAT button during playback. “ ” appears.

The unit plays back repeatedly the last 5 seconds of recorded content in the selected file. (If the recorded times are shorter than 5 seconds, repeat playback starts from the beginning of the current file.)

2.Press the REPEAT button again to return to normal playback.

Time display

Press the TIME/SET button repeatedly during recording, playback and stop mode. The display changes as follows.

In recording mode

Recording time mode, Current file number/ Total file number, Remaining recording time v Current time v Original display returns.

Example of remaining recording time:

Recording

time mode

Remaining recording time

In playback mode

Recorded date/time v Current time v Recording time mode, Current file number/Total file number, Remaining playing time vOriginal display returns

In stop mode

Recording time mode, Remaining recording time v Current time v Original display returns

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To secure the unit

In case the unit is used by unauthorised persons, you can set the security mode.

To switch security mode on/off during power off, press the TIME/SET and MENU buttons simultaneously. The buttons must be pressed for 4 seconds long. The display shows “SECUR ON”/ “SECUR OFF”.

ERASING

Important Note:

Before erasing, make sure that the battery indicator is full.

Preparations

1.Press the MENU button to select “FOLDE”.

2.Press the TIME/SET button. The folder name blinks.

3.Press the cor dbutton to select the folder to be erased, then press the TIME/SET button.

4.Press the n button to return to the original display.

Erasing one file in memory

1.Press the c or dbutton to select the file number to be erased.

2.Press the ERASE button once. The file number and

“ERASE” blink.

3.While the display is blinking, press the TIME/ SET button. “ERASE” appears briefly.

The file memory in the selected folder is erased. All the file numbers after the file that was erased are reduced by one.

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Erasing one folder memory

1.Press the ERASE button twice. The folder name, file numbers and “ERASE” blink.

2.While the display is blinking, press the TIME/

SET button. “ERASE” appears briefly. All memories in the selected folder are erased.

Erasing all memories

1.Press the ERASE button three times. “MEMOR

ALL ERASE” blinks.

2.While “MEMOR ALL ERASE” is blinking, press the TIME/SET button. “ERASE” appears briefly. All memories in all folders are erased.

Partial erasing (A-B erasing)

1.Press the c or d button to select the file number.

2.Press the a button to start playback.

3.Press the abutton again to pause at the starting point you want to erase (point A).

4.Press the ERASE button. “ERASE START” blinks.

5.While “ERASE START” is blinking, press the TIME/SET button. “ERASE” remains. Playback starts.

6.Press the ERASE button at the ending point you want to erase (point B). “ERASE END” blinks.

7.While “ERASE END” is blinking, press the TIME/SET button. “ERASE” appears briefly.

The section between points A and B in the selected file is erased. Playback pause is issued.

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Notes:

The ERASE button will not function during recording and playback.

Erase all function can only be operated if in the actual selected folder there is at least one file.

Erasing guard

Erasing guard functions to prevent accidental erasure.

1.Press the MENU button repeatedly to select “ERASE GUARD”.

2.Press the TIME/SET button.

3.Press the cor dbutton to select “GUARD

ON”. “ ” appears.

4.Press the TIME/SET button.

In the erasing guard mode, the ERASE button will not function.

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VOICE ALARM TIMER

1.Press the n button to turn the power on.

2.Select the sub-menu “ALARM” of “FOLDE”.

(See “SELECTING THE MENU MODE”.) “FOLDE ALARM” appears.

3.Press the n button to return to the original display mode.

4.Press the c or d button to select the file number (01/02 or 02/02).

5.Press the mbutton to record your alarm message.

6.Press the n button to stop.

7.Press the TIME/SET button. “OFF” or “ON” blinks.

8.Press the c or d button to select “ON”.

” or “ ” appears.

9.Press the TIME/SET button. The year display blinks.

10.Set the timer ON time by using the TIME/SET, c or d button. (Refer to “Adjusting the date and time”.)

11.Press the MENU button to select the other folder as desired. (See “SELECTING THE MENU MODE”.)

When the alarm ON time arrives, the voice alarm will be activated as shown below:

At stop mode:

Beep 1 time & Voice message (If voice message is recorded.)

Beep 10 times (If no voice message is recorded.)

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During playback mode:

The operation is the same as “At stop mode” as above. And, it goes back to the previous point and pauses.

During recording mode:

Beep 1 time (Recording will not be interrupted.)

At power off mode:

Beep 1 time & Voice message (If voice message is recorded.)

Beep 10 times (If no voice message is recorded.)

CLEANING THE CABINET

Clean the outside of the unit with a clean soft cloth, moistened with lukewarm water. Do not use benzene, thinner or alcohol since they will mar the finish of the surfaces.

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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

SYMPTOM

POSSIBLE CAUSE

CORRECTIVE ACCTION

The unit does not operate.

The batteries are discharged or not installed. Insert two new “AAA” batteries.

” appears.

The batteries are discharged.

Insert two new “AAA” batteries.

“HOLD” appears when the operation button is pressed. Hold function is set.

Set the HOLD switch to OFF.

No sound.

The earphone is plugged in. Unplug the earphone.

The volume is turned down completely. Press the + VOLUME button to adjust the sound level.

Cannot erase.

The erasing guard is set. (“ ” appears.)

Cancel the erasing guard. Refer to “Erasing guard”.

Playback speed is too fast or too slow.

The sound was recorded with the REC LONG mode. Set the PLAY SPEED switch (back of the unit) to STD.

Operation or display is not normal. The unit must be reset.

See “WHAT TO DO IF…” on page 2.

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FCC INFORMATION

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC

Rules.

Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

CAUTION:

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Sanyo may void the user's authority to operate this equipment.

NOTE:

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. 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 communications. However, there 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 or more of the following measures:

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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.

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/

TV technician for help.

SPECIFICATIONS

Frequency response

150 Hz - 3,400 Hz (Standard mode)

150 Hz - 3,000 Hz (Long mode) Output power

100 mW (DC max.) Power source

DC: DC 3V (2 “AAA” batteries)

Loudspeaker

8 ohms (1.1" Dia.) Output terminal

EAR: 8 ohms (1/8" Dia.)

Dimensions

Approx. 1.8" (W) x 3.7" (H) x 0.6" (D) Weight

Approx. 2 oz (without batteries)

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Because its products are subject to continuous improvement, SANYO reserves the rights to modify product designs and specifications without notice and without incurring any obligation.

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For USA

SANYO SERVICE PLUS LIMITTED

WARRANTY

DICTATION PRODUCTS ONLY

OBLIGATIONS

In order to obtain factory warranty service for Sanyo Dictation Products, call the toll-free number below. The unit must be packed in the original carton or a well-padded sturdy carton in order to avoid shipping damage.

Note: Do not return this unit to the retail store for service.

To obtain Service Plus Warranty service, product operation information or for problem resolution, call

Toll Free 1-877-999-1840

Weekdays 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Pacific Time

THIS WARRANTY IS VALID ONLY ON SANYO DICTATION PRODUCTS PURCHASED AND USED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, EXCLUDING ALL U.S. TERRITORIES AND PROTECTORATES. THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY TO THE ORIGINAL RETAIL USER, AND DOES NOT APPLY TO PRODUCTS USED FOR ANY INDUSTRIAL, PROFESSIONAL, OR COMMERCIAL PURPOSE. THE ORIGINAL DATED BILL OF SALE OR SALES SLIP MUST BE SUBMITTED AT THE TIME WARRANTY SERVICE IS REQUESTED.

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Subject to the OBLIGATIONS above and EXCLUSIONS below, SANYO FISHER COMPANY (SFC) warrants this SANYO Dictation product against defects in materials and workmanship for the periods of LABOR and PARTS specified below. SFC will, at its option, within two business days after its receipt of any dictation product that fails to conform to this warranty at SFC’s designated facility, either (a) repair such product or any of its parts which fail to conform to this warranty or (b) ship a replacement product. The warranty period commences on the date the product was first purchased at retail.

LABOR

PARTS

 

 

1 YEAR

1 YEAR

 

 

EXCLUSIONS

This warranty does not cover (A) the adjustment of customer-operated controls as explained in the appropriate model’s instruction manual, or (B) the repair of any product, whose serial number has been altered, defaced or removed. This warranty shall not apply to the cabinet or cosmetic parts, antenna, knobs, batteries or routine maintenance.

This warranty does not apply to repairs or replacements necessitated by any cause beyond the control of SFC including, but not limited to, any malfunction, defect, or failure caused by or resulting from unauthorized service or parts, improper maintenance, operation contrary to furnished instructions, shipping or transit accidents, modification or repair by the user, abuse, misuse, neglect, accident, incorrect line voltage, fire, flood, or other Acts of God, or normal wear and tear.

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The foregoing is in lieu of all other expressed warranties and SFC does not assume or authorize any party to assume for it any other obligation or liability.

THE DURATION OF ANY WARRANTIES WHICH MAY BE IMPLIED BY LAW (INCLUDING THE

WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS) IS LIMITED TO THE TERM OF THIS

WARRANTY. IN NO EVENT SHALL SFC BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM OWN-

ERSHIP OR USE OF THIS PRODUCT, OR FOR

ANY DELAY IN THE PERFORMANCE OF ITS

OBLIGATIONS UNDER THIS WARRANTY DUE TO CAUSES BEYOND ITS CONTROL. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS

AND/OR DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR

LIMITATION OF CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WAR-

RANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS.

YOU MAY HAVE OTHER RIGHTS, WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.

S/D R1

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For your protection in the event of theft or loss of this product, please fill in the information below for your own personal records.

Model No. Serial No.

(Located on back or bottom side of unit) Date of Purchase

Purchase Price

Where Purchased

21605 Plummer Street

Chatsworth, CA 91311 -28-