Portable CD System Manuals


USING THE CASSETTE
CARE & MAINTENANCE
TAPE PLAYBACK
HANDLING THE COMPACT DISC
It's important that you periodically clean the
OPERATING
1. Silde the FUNCTION selector to TAPE.
laser lens:
2.  Insert a cassette tape.
1. Turn off the unit's power and disconnect the
INSTRUCTIONS
3.  Press the   PLAY button.
AC power.
Laser lens
2. Open the CD door and remove the disc.
TO STOP PLAYBACK
•  Press the   STOP button.
3. Clean the lens with a soft cloth or use an air
blower brush designed for cameras.
TO FAST WIND
• Press the   F.FWD or 
 REWIND button.
4. If you still are not able to remove dirt
OR
particles, moisten a cotton swab with
• Press the   STOP button to stop winding at the desired position.
isopropyl alcohol and gently apply to the
face of the laser lens, rubbing gently until
RECORDING
all traces of dirt are removed.
USE ONLY NORMAL ( TYPE I  ) TAPE FOR RECORDING.
Although the music tracks in the disc are covered with a protective layer, it
is still advisable to treat the disc carefully. Always pick up discs by the edge
1. Insert a cassette tape.
and put them back in their holders immediately after use.
2. Prepare the source to be recorded and play it.
CLEANING THE TAPE HEADS
Capstan
Erase head
Recording from a CD
Clean the head with a cotton bud slightly
(Refer to using the CD player) OR
Recording from the radio
( Refer to radio operation )
moistened with cleaning fluid or denatured
Record /
alcohol.
Pinch roller playback head
• Press the   STOP button to stop winding at the desired position.
3. Press the   RECORD button which also engages the    PLAY button .
CLEANING THE UNIT
Do not use volatile chemicals on this unit. Clean by lightly wiping with a soft
TO STOP RECORDING
cloth.
Press the   STOP button.
WHEN THE END OF THE TAPE IS REACHED
IMPORTANT NOTICES
The lightning flash WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK The exclamation
and arrowhead within OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
The tape stop and the buttons are released. To record on the other side, turn
• Should the CD door be opened before the reading of the CD is completed,
point within the
the triangle is a REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO triangle is a warning
the cassette over and press the   RECORD button again.
a jamming noise may occur. This can be resolved by closing the CD door
warning sign alerting USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
and then sliding the FUNCTION switch temporarily to TAPE.
sign alerting you of
TO ERASE A RECORDED TAPE
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
• If an abnormal display indication or an operating problem occurs, disconnect
you of "dangerous
important instructions
QUALIFIED SERVICE
1. Slide the FUNCTION selector to TAPE.
the AC power cord and remove the batteries. Wait at least 5 seconds, then
voltage" inside the
accompanying the
PERSONNEL.
2. Insert a tape with the side you want to erase facing you.
product.
product.
reconnect the AC power cord or reinstall the batteries.
3. Press the   RECORD button to start erasing.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO
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NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
SPECIFICATIONS
PRECAUTIONS
CD
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
Problems
Solutions
GENERAL
System does not turn
• Make sure AC power plug is secure in the outlet
Power consumption:
12 W
CLASS 1
CAUTION
on
and inlet has power.
Power source:
AC 120V ~ 60Hz
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN
Disc in place but unit
LASER
• Batteries may be dead. Install new batteries.
AC 220V ~ 50Hz (China)
OPEN AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED.
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
This product contains a
won't play
• Make sure the FUNCTION selector is set to CD
AC 230V ~ 50Hz (Europe & Hong Kong)
PRODUCT
low power laser device.
position.
AC 240V ~ 50Hz (Australia)
• Make sure disc is clean and undamaged.
DC 12 V (8 x "C" size or UM-2 batteries)
Follow the advice below for safe and appropriate operations.
• Make sure printed side of disc is facing up.
ON PLACEMENT
• Make sure PAUSE mode is not activated.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
• Do not use the unit in places which are extremely hot, cold, dusty or humid.
• Make sure the unit is on a secure spot. Vibration
• Place the unit on a flat and even surface.
or jarring can cause the disc to skip.
• Do not restrict the air flow of the unit by placing it in a place with poor air
RADIO
flow, by covering it with a cloth, or by placing it on a carpet.
Problems
Solutions
ON SAFETY
Poor FM reception
• Make sure FM antenna wire is fully extended.
• When connecting and disconnecting the AC cord, grip the plug and not the
• Electrical interference in your home can cause
cord itself. Pulling the cord may damage it and create a hazard.
poor reception. Move the unit away from them
• When you are not going to use the unit for a long period of time, disconnect
(especially those with motors and transformers).
Poor AM(MW)
the AC power cord.
• Reposition or turn the unit for better reception.
reception
ON AC VOLTAGE
• Before use, check that the rated voltage of your unit matches your local
TAPE
voltage.
Problems
Solutions
• When there is condensation inside the unit, the unit may not function normally.
Distorted or noisy
• Tape heads are dirty; clean them.
• Let it stand for 1 to 2 hours before turning the power on, or gradually heat the
recording
• Tape is damaged. Try another tape.
room up and dry the unit before use.
Record button won't
• Tabs on edge of cassette may be missing or broken.
depress
FCC INFORMATION
If you want to record on that cassette, cover the
holes with removable tape.
This device complies with part 15 of FCC Rules. Operations are 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 undesirable operations.
Should any trouble occur, disconnect the AC power cord and refer
servicing to qualified personnel.
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