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OWNER’S MANUAL — 
Please read before using this equipment.
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Thank you for purchasing a RadioShack Single-Outlet Computer Equipment Surge Protector 
Cube. Your surge protector lets you protect your computer and fax/modem in any location that 
has an AC outlet. It protects your valuable computer equipment from damage caused by 
sudden electrical spikes and surges and ensures the steady performance of connected devices 
by filtering electromagnetic and radio frequency interference. Its small size makes it ideal for 
travel with your notebook computer. Rý ."Surge Protected Modular Phone Jacks (RJ11C)— 
provide protection against surges on the connected fax 
machine or modem.
PROTECTED WHEN LIT 
Indicator — 
lights Green when 
Swift Detection and Protection — 
the AC line is protected.
Detects and protects against a 
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power surge of up to 6,000 volts 
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and 60,000 amps within 1 
GROUNDED WHEN LIT 
Do not use the surge protector with an aquarium 
nanosecond (1 billionth of a 
Indicator — lights Green when 
or near wet locations.
second).
the AC outlet is properly 
grounded.
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Surge Protected AC Outlet — lets 
Power Shutdown Protection — 
you protect your valuable computer 
Protects the connected appliances 

This product is intended for indoor use only.
equipment from damage caused by 
from damage by shutting down 

This surge protector is not a lightning arrestor 
sudden electrical spikes and 
power when surge protection is 
and might not protect against lightning-
surges.
depleted.
induced voltage surges.

Be sure the total wattage of all connected 
devices does not exceed 1875 watts.
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3. Plug the surge protector into a three-

Use the surge protector only with a three-
prong standard AC wall outlet.
Your surge protector connects your fax, 
prong standard AC plug. The surge protector 
modem or other data line to a telephone line. 
4. Plug another device, such as a computer 
cannot provide protection without a grounded 
When using telephone lines, it is important to 
or notebook power supply, into the surge 
AC source.
follow these safety precautions.
protector’s AC socket as desired.

Retain Instructions — Retain the safety and 
operating instructions for future reference.
• Never install telephone wiring during a 

Damage — Unplug the surge protector from 
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lightning storm.
the wall outlet and replace it:
1. Plug the surge protector into a three-
• Never install telephone jacks in wet 
a. When the power cord or plug is damaged.
prong standard AC outlet. The 
locations unless the jack is specifically 
PROTECTED WHEN LIT and 
b. If liquid has been spilled or objects have 
designed for use in wet locations.
GROUNDED WHEN LIT indicators 
fallen into the surge protector.
• Never touch uninsulated telephone wires 
light. .#
c. If the surge protector has been exposed to 

or terminals unless the telephone line 
rain or water.
has been disconnected at the network 
2. Plug the device you want to protect into 
d. If the surge protector has been dropped or 
interface.
the AC socket. The connected device is 
damaged in any way.
• Use caution when installing or modifying 
protected. 
e. When the PROTECTED WHEN LIT 
telephone lines.
If either of the indicators do not light, see 
indicator goes out.

If the GROUNDED WHEN LIT indicator does 
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“Troubleshooting”.
not light, your surge protector is not 
1. Connect one end of a modular telephone 
grounded. You must reconnect it to a different 
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grounded, three-prong AC outlet.
cord (USOC RJ11C, not supplied) to the 
Condition
surge protector's modular IN jack. 
Connect the other end to a standard 
The PROTECTED WHEN LIT indicator does 
telephone wall jack.
not light. 
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Operating this surge protector from a non-
2. Connect one end of another modular 
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grounded outlet will invalidate your “Connected 
telephone cord (not supplied) to the 
The surge protector's AC line is no longer 
Equipment Guarantee”, and puts your valuable 
surge protector's modular OUT jack. 
protected from surges; replace the surge 
equipment at risk.
Connect the other end to your fax, 
protector. The surge protector may have 
modem or telephone.
received a power surge or spike beyond its 
specified limits that might overload the 
protection circuitry and make it inactive. If this 
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