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dock for iPhone & iPod with clock radio

iPHWAV10

instruction manual

(iPod and iPhone not included)

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Contents

unpacking ... 4

product overview ... 5

- front view ... 5

- rear view ... 5

- top view ... 5

control panel ... 5

remote control ... 6

removing the insulating strip from the remote control ... 7

battery installation for the remote control ... 7

- handling the battery ... 7

- handling the remote control ... 7

remote control operation range ... 8

power source ... 8

mains power ... 8

battery power (for clock backup only) ... 9

- handling the batteries ... 9

switching on your unit for the first time ... 10

basic operation ... 10

switching On/Off ...10

selecting modes ...10

adjusting the volume ...10

setting the clock ...11

setting the alarms ...12

snooze function ...12

sleep function ...13

display brightness control ...13

FM operation ... 13

selecting FM mode ...13

auto scan ...13

manual scan ...13

storing stations ...14

recalling a stored station ...14

audio mode ...14

iPod/iPhone operation ... 15

selecting iPod/iPhone mode ...15

inserting the iPod/iPhone ...15

control iPod touch / iPhone (remote control only) ...15

charging your iPod/iPhone ...16

AUX IN operation ... 16

maintenance ... 16

hints and tips ... 17

specifications ... 17

safety warnings ... 18

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The Main Unit

Mains Adapter

(P.N.: 153-002305-21F1) AUX Cable (3.5mm to 3.5mm) (P.N.: 601-094010-2821)

Instruction Manual (P.N.: iPHWAV10-002) Remote Control (P.N.: 083-866i37-0071)

If items are missing or damaged, please contact Partmaster (UK only).

Tel: 0844 800 3456 for assistance.

unpacking

Remove all packaging from the unit. Retain the packaging. If you dispose of it please do so according to local regulations.

The following items are included:

Thank you

for purchasing your new iWantit Dock for iPhone & iPod with Clock Radio.

We recommend that you spend some time reading this instruction manual in order that you fully understand all the operational features it offers. You will also find some hints and tips to help you resolve any issues.

Read all the safety instructions carefully before use and keep this instruction manual for future reference.

STANDBY/SOURCE

MEM./CL. SET

MENU SNOOZE

ENTER DIMMER

FM ST.

AL. 2

AL. 1 SLEEP

AL. ON/OFFMEMORY

SKIP SKIPSOURCE

STANDBY TUNE + TUNE – AL. 1

SLEEP MEM. – CL. SET MEMORY

AL. 2 MEM. +

dock for iPhone & iPod with clock radio iPHWAV10 instruction manual

(iPod and iPhone not included)

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product overview

front view

rear view

top view

1. iPod/iPhone Support 2. LCD Display

3. IR Sensor

Sensor behind the speaker cover.

4. Speakers 5. Control Panel 1

4 2 3 4

5 MEMORYCL. SETSLEEPAL. 1MEM. –AL. 2MEM. + TUNE –SKIP SKIPTUNE +SOURCESTANDBY 5

6. Control

For adjusting the iPod/ iPhone support.

7. Backup Battery (for clock only) 8. DC IN Socket

9. AUX IN Socket 10. FM Aerial 8

6

7 9 10

DC IN AUX IN

FM ANT.

THICKER SLIMMER

11 12 13 14

11. VOLUME – Button To decrease the volume.

12. iPod/iPhone Connector

13. VOLUME + Button

To increase the volume.

14. SNOOZE/DIMMER Button

control panel

1. MEMORY / CL. SET Button 2. SLEEP Button

3. MEM. – / AL. 1 Button 4. MEM. + / AL. 2 Button

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

SKIP SKIP SOURCE8

STANDBY TUNE + TUNE –

AL. 1 SLEEP

MEM. – CL. SET

MEMORY

AL. 2 MEM. +

5. TUNE – / SKIP Button 6. Button

7. TUNE + / SKIP Button 8. STANDBY/SOURCE Button

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remote control

1. STANDBY/SOURCE Button

• In standby mode, press this button to turn the unit on.

• In ON mode, press this button to toggle between FM, iPod/ iPhone, AUX mode. Press and hold this button to turn the unit off.

2. STOP Button

Press to stop playback.

3. MENU / MEM. / CL. SET Button

• In iPod mode, press this button to display the iPod/iPhone menu on the iPod/ iPhone menu screen.

• In standby mode, press and hold this button to set the clock and date.

• In FM mode, press this button to select which preset to store the tuned station.

4. LEFT/RIGHT (SKIP )

Button

• Press to move back to the beginning of the current chapter/ tracks/

titles or move forward to the next chapters/tracks/titles on the iPod/

iPhone.

• Press to tune into desired radio stations.

• Press to increase/reduce digits during alarm/ clock setting.

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7 3 4 5 6 8

9 10

12 13 11

STANDBY/

SOURCE

MEM./CL. SET

MENU SNOOZE

ENTER DIMMER

FM ST.

AL. 2

AL. 1 SLEEP

AL. ON/OFF MEMORY

UP/DOWN Button

Press to select the options on the iPod/

iPhone menu screen.

ENTER Button

Press to confirm the selection on the iPod/iPhone menu screen.

5. FM STEREO Button 6. SLEEP Button

7. AL. ON/OFF Button

Press to turn the Alarm 1 and Alarm 2 on/off by pressing the button repeatedly.

8. MUTE Button

Press to mute and restore the unit sound.

9. PLAY/PAUSE Button

Press to start playback or pause.

10. SNOOZE/DIMMER Button 11. MEM. +/– (AL. 1/2) Button

Press to select the preset FM radio station.

12. VOLUME + Button

Press to increase the volume.

13. VOLUME – Button Press to decrease the volume.

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removing the insulating strip from the remote control

Remove the insulating mylar strip from the battery if the battery is being used for the first time. It is located at the bottom back side of the remote control.

battery installation for the remote control

1. Press and hold the battery release tab and pull out the battery holder completely.

handling the battery

• Improper or incorrect use of batteries may cause corrosion or battery leakage, which could cause fire, personal injury or damage to property.

• Install the battery correctly by following the polarity (+ and –) indications in the battery compartment.

• When the battery is exhausted, the remote control will not function.

• Only use the battery type indicated in this manual.

• Do not dispose of the used battery as domestic waste. Dispose of it in accordance with the local regulations.

• Small button cell batteries such as the one used in the remote control are easily swallowed by young children and this is dangerous. Keep loose button cells away from young children and make sure that the battery holder tray is secure in the remote control. Seek medical advice if you believe a cell has been swallowed.

• If you are not going to use the unit for a long time, remove the batteries to avoid damage from battery leakage and corrosion.

handling the remote control

• Take care of your fingernails when you press and hold the battery release tab.

• Do not drop or cause impact to the remote control.

• Do not spill water or any liquid on the remote control.

• Do not place the remote control on a wet object.

• Do not place the remote control under direct sunlight or near sources of excessive heat.

• Remove the battery from the remote control when not in use for a long period of time, as it could cause corrosion or battery leakage and may result in physical injury and/or property damage including fire.

2. Remove the old battery, and place a new battery (“CR2025” 3V) in the holder.

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remote control operation range

Point the remote control at the unit no more than 5 metres from the remote control sensor and within 60° of the front of the unit. The operating distance may vary depending on the brightness of the room.

power source

mains power

• This unit was designed to operate with a mains adapter with 5V DC 2000mA output.

• Connecting the unit to any other power source may cause damage to the unit. Unwind the cable of the mains adapter to its full length. Connect the mains adapter to the DC IN socket of the main unit, then connect the mains adapter to a mains socket. Make sure the mains adapter is fully inserted into the mains socket. The unit is now connected and ready to use.

• To switch the unit off completely, press and hold the STANDBY/SOURCE button on the unit or on the remote control and withdraw the mains adapter from the mains socket.

SKIP SKIPSOURCE

STANDBY TUNE + TUNE – AL. 1

SLEEP MEM. – CL. SET MEMORY

AL. 2 MEM. +

Within about 5m 30° 30°

STANDBY/

SOURCE

MEM./CL. SET

MENU SNOOZE

ENTER DIMMER

FM ST.

AL. 2

AL. 1 SLEEP

AL. ON/OFFMEMORY

DC IN AUX IN

FM ANT.

THICKER SLIMMER

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battery power (for clock backup only)

1. Open the battery door and insert 2 x AAA batteries type (not included) with the correct polarity as indicated by the “+” and “–” symbols inside the battery compartment.

2. Replace the battery door making sure the batteries are firmly and correctly in place.

The clock , date and alarm settings are now saved and you do not need to adjust them again even if the main unit is disconnected from power.

handling the batteries

• Improper or incorrect use of batteries may cause corrosion or battery leakage, which could cause personal injury or damage to property.

• Install the batteries correctly by following the polarity (+ and –) indications in the battery compartment.

• Only use the battery type indicated in this manual.

• Do not install new batteries with used ones and do not mix different types of batteries.

• Do not dispose of the used batteries as domestic waste. Dispose of them in accordance with local regulations.

• If you are not going to use the unit for a long time, remove the batteries to avoid damage from battery leakage and corrosion.

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switching on your unit for the first time

Connect the mains adapter to the unit and then to the mains socket. Press the STANDBY/SOURCE button on the unit or on the remote control to turn the unit on.

basic operation

switching On/Off

After connecting the mains adapter to the unit and the mains socket, the unit will enter Standby mode.

• Press the STANDBY/SOURCE button on the unit or on the remote control to switch the unit to Power On mode.

• Press and hold the STANDBY/SOURCE button to switch the unit back to Standby mode.

• Disconnect the mains adapter from the mains socket if you want to switch the unit off completely.

selecting modes

Press the STANDBY/SOURCE button on the unit or on the remote control repeatedly during ON mode to switch between modes (FM, iPod or AUX).

adjusting the volume

• Press the or button to increase / decrease the volume.

• Press the MUTE button on the remote control to switch the sound off. The volume level will flash on the display and the audio output will temporarily terminate. Press the MUTE button again to resume audio listening.

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setting the clock

When the unit is connected to the mains socket with the mains adapter for the first time, time digits ‘ ’ & date digits ‘ ’ will show on the display.

1. In Standby mode, press and hold the MEMORY/CL.SET button on the unit or press the MENU/MEM./CL.SET button on the remote control to enter the clock set mode. ‘ ’ will flash on the display indicating that the clock is set for 24-hour cycle.

2. Press the SKIP buttons on the unit or on the remote control to switch the clock format between 12-hour and 24-hour.

Press the MEMORY/CL.SET button on the unit or the MENU/

MEM./CL.SET button on the remote control to confirm.

3. The hour digits will flash. Press the SKIP buttons to adjust the hour digits, then press the MEMORY/CL.SET button on the unit or the MENU/MEM./CL.SET button on the remote control to confirm.

4. When the hour digits are confirmed, the minute digits will flash.

Press the SKIP buttons to adjust the minute digits, then press the MEMORY/CL.SET button on the unit or the MENU/

MEM./CL.SET button on the remote control to confirm.

5. When the clock time is set, the year digits will flash. Press the SKIP buttons to adjust the year digits, then press the MEMORY/CL.SET button on the unit or the MENU/MEM./

CL.SET button on the remote control to confirm.

6. The month digits will flash. Press the SKIP buttons to adjust the month digits, then press the MEMORY/CL.SET button on the unit or the MENU/MEM./CL.SET button on the remote control to confirm.

7. The day digits will flash. Press the SKIP buttons to adjust the day digits, then press the MEMORY/CL.SET button on the unit or the MENU/MEM./CL.SET button on the remote control to confirm.

In 12-hour mode, ‘ ’ will be displayed on the left side of the clock to show the time status.

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4. Alarm 1 can be enabled and disabled by pressing the MEM –/

AL.1button on the unit or the AL ON/OFF button on the remote control repeatedly until the 1 indicator disappears.

5. To set ALARM 2, press and hold the MEM +/AL.2 button on the unit or on the remote control. The alarm indicator 2 and the hour digits will flash. Repeat steps 1-3.

6. Alarm 2 can be enabled and disabled by pressing the MEM +/

AL.2 button on the unit or the AL ON/OFF button on the remote control repeatedly until the 2 indicator disappears.

7. To turn off the alarm, press the STANDBY/SOURCE button when the alarm sounds. The 1 or 2 indicators will still show in the display and the alarm function will still be active the next day.

snooze function

1. Press the SNOOZE/DIMMER button when the alarm sounds. The corresponding alarm indicators 1 or 2 will flash. The alarm will go off and will then sound again in approximately 10 minutes. Press the STANDBY/SOURCE button on the unit or on the remote control to turn off the snooze function.

setting the alarms

1. In standby mode, press and hold the MEM –/AL.1 button on the unit or on the remote control to set ALARM 1. The alarm indicator

1 and the hour digits will flash. Press the SKIP buttons to adjust the hour digits, then press the MEM –/AL.1 button to confirm.

2. The minute digits will flash. Press the SKIP buttons to adjust the minute digits, then press the MEM –/AL.1 button to confirm.

3. The wake up mode display will flash. Press the SKIP

buttons repeatedly to select the wake up mode. (FM/iPhone/

BUZZ). Press the MEM –/AL.1 button to confirm.

• To wake up to ‘FM Broadcasting’, you have to pre-tune your desired radio channel in FM radio mode before setting the wake up function.

• To wake up to iPod/iPhone playback, you must have you iPod/

iPhone docked.

• Wake up to Buzzer.

In case you forgot to dock your iPod/iPhone, the buzzer alarm will sound once the alarm time is reached.

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We suggest brightening the display in bright environments and dimming the display in dark environments.

Extend the FM Aerial to its full length. It may be necessary to adjust the direction of this aerial until you find the best position.

sleep function

This function automatically switches the unit to standby mode after the preset time has elapsed.

1. To activate the sleep function, press the SLEEP button on the unit or on the remote control, “120” and “Sleep” indicators will show on the display.

2. Press the SLEEP button repeatedly to select the sleep time (in minutes):

120 mins 90 mins 60 mins 30 mins

OFF 5 mins 10 mins 20 mins

3. When the display shows your desired sleep time, stop pressing the SLEEP button on the remote control. “ ” will show on the display to indicate that the sleep timer function is activate. The time begins to count down from the number of minutes selected.

4. To cancel the sleep function, press the SLEEP button on the unit or on the remote control repeatedly until “ ” disappears from the display.

display brightness control

In the Power ON or Standby mode, press the SNOOZE/ DIMMER button on the unit or on the remote control to dim or brighten the display.

FM operation

selecting FM mode

Press the STANDBY/SOURCE button on the unit or on the remote control repeatedly to select FM mode.

auto scan

To search for an FM station, press and hold the SKIP buttons to start scanning up or down the frequency band. Once a station has been found, the scanning will stop automatically.

manual scan

To search FM stations manually, simply press the SKIP buttons repeatedly until your desired frequency is reached.

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storing stations

You can store up to 10 of your favourite stations to the preset stations. This will enable you to access your favourite stations quickly and easily.

1. To store a preset, you must first be listening to the station that you would like to save, then press the MEMORY/CL. SET button on the unit or the MENU/MEM./CL. SET button on the remote control. will flash on the display.

2. Press the MEM. +/– buttons on the unit or the MEMORY +/–

buttons on the remote control to select your desired preset station number.

3. Press the MEMORY / CL. SET button on the unit or the MENU / MEM. / CL. SET button on the remote control to confirm the selection.

4. The station will be stored and the display will then show the clock again.

recalling a stored station

Once you have saved a station to one of the preset buttons, press the MEM. +/– buttons on the unit or the MEMORY +/– buttons on the remote control to select your desired preset station number.

audio mode

Press the FM ST. button on the remote control to toggle between Stereo and Mono modes.

The unit will automatically switch between stereo and mono mode, but you can override this and switch this function manually.

This is helpful when receiving poor signal reception.

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Always remove the case of your iPod/iPhone before inserting it into the dock.

If you experience any unwanted distortion during iPod/ iPhone playback, it is recommended that you set the EQ in your iPod/iPhone to the off position.

The volume control on your iPod/iPhone will not function while it is docked.

• The unit cannot show any music information of your iPod/ iPhone. Please view the music information from your iPod/ iPhone display.

• You will need to unlock your iPod touch / iPhone before you can control it from the remote control (music only).

iPod/iPhone operation

selecting iPod/iPhone mode

Press the STANDBY/SOURCE button on the unit or on the remote control repeatedly to select iPod mode.

inserting the iPod/iPhone

1. Insert your iPod/iPhone into the iPod/iPhone dock.

control iPod touch / iPhone (remote control only)

Press the MENU/MEM./CL. SET button on the remote control, the iPod will go to the previous menu. Press the UP/DOWN buttons to select the next/previous iPod menu.

Press the ENTER button to enter the selected menu. Settings are changed in the same way once the menu item has been highlighted.

2. Turn the CONTROL behind the speaker to adjust the position of the support until it touches the rear panel of your iPod/ iPhone.

3. If the iPod/iPhone is connected, the unit will start playback after a few seconds. The iPod/iPhone battery will automatically start to charge until it is fully charged.

4. Select your desired music and play the connected iPod/iPhone as usual.

• Press the PLAY/PAUSE button to start / pause playback.

• Press the SKIP buttons to select the previous or next song.

• Press and hold the SKIP buttons on the remote control to fast backward / forward through a song.

• Press the or button on the unit or on the remote control to adjust the sound level as desired.

DC IN AUX IN

FM ANT.

THICKER SLIMMER

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charging your iPod/iPhone

1. Your iPod/iPhone has an internal non-removable battery. The battery may need to be charged if it has not been used for a while.

2. The iPod/iPhone will automatically recharge while it is docked to the unit. Recharging will occur during standby and during operation.

AUX IN operation

1. Before connecting to the mains socket, use a 3.5mm LINE IN cable (included) to connect your audio device to the AUX IN socket at the rear of the unit.

2. Connect the mains adapter to the mains socket. The unit will be in standby mode.

3. Press the STANDBY/SOURCE button on the unit or on the remote control to switch on.

4. Press the STANDBY/SOURCE button repeatedly to select AUX mode.

5. In AUX mode, you may operate your audio device directly for playback features.

maintenance

• If you charge the iPod/iPhone while playing music, it may take a longer time.

• The unit must be in iPod mode to operate iPod/iPod Touch/iPhone with the remote control.

• 1st, 2nd & 3rd generation iPods cannot be charged.

Ensure to unplug the unit from the mains socket before cleaning.

• To clean the unit, wipe the case with a slightly moist, lint-free cloth.

• Do not use any cleaning fluids containing alcohol, ammonia or abrasives.

• Do not spray an aerosol at or near the unit.

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hints and tips

problem cause / solution

Power

System does not turn on or does not respond to the remote control.

• Make sure mains adapter is properly connected to the mains socket and the unit properly and that it has power.

• Check that the remote control has a battery. The battery may need to be replaced.

No Sound Adjust the volume, it may not be turned up.

Static Sound Signal reception is too low. Adjust the aerial or move the unit to a stronger signal location.

Sound is distorted Volume is too high. Adjust the volume control.

Desired station not found Weak signal. Use the manual tune function.

iPod/iPhone

The unit doesn’t play iPod/

iPhone files or doesn’t function as expected.

• Make sure the iPod/iPhone is connected properly.

• Standby mode may be activated; press the STANDBY/

SOURCE button again.

• Make sure the iPod/iPhone is switched on.

• Vibrations may have caused the iPod/iPhone to come loose from the docking station.

• Check iPod mode or AUX mode is selected.

• Reinsert iPod/iPhone.

Remote Control No functions or short range.

• Insert new batteries.

• Aim the remote control directly towards the remote sensor.

If the unit is not working properly disconnect the power source and then reconnect it.

specifications

model iPHWAV10

mains supply Mains adapter Input 100-240V ~ 50/60 Hz 0.3A Mains adapter Output DC 5V 2.0A

output power 2 x 2W

battery power 1.5V x 2 (AAA size) (for clock back-up only) radio frequency range FM87.5 – 108 MHz

Specifications and features are subject to change without notice.

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safety

• Always disconnect the unit from the mains supply before connecting/ disconnecting other devices or moving the unit.

• Unplug the unit from the mains socket during a lightning storm.

• In the interests of safety and to avoid unnecessary energy consumption, never leave the unit switched on while unattended for long periods of time, e.g. overnight, while on holiday or while out of the house. Switch it off and disconnect the mains plug from the mains socket.

mains adapter cable

• Make sure the unit is not resting on top of the mains adapter cable, as the weight of the unit may damage the cable and create a safety hazard.

interference

• Do not place the unit on or near appliances which may cause electromagnetic interference.

If you do, it may adversely affect the working of the unit, and cause a distorted sound.

batteries

• Batteries used in the unit are easily swallowed by young children and this is dangerous.

• Keep loose batteries away from young children and make sure that the battery holder tray is secure in the unit. Seek medical advice if you believe a cell has been swallowed.

• Please dispose of batteries correctly by following the guidance in this manual.

supervision

• Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the unit and the remote control.

• Never let anyone especially children push anything into the holes, slots or any other openings in the case - this could result in a fatal electric shock.

safety warnings

• Read all the instructions carefully before using the unit and keep them for future reference.

• Retain the manual. If you pass the unit onto a third party make sure to include this manual.

• Check that the voltage marked on the rating label matches your mains voltage..

damage

• Please inspect the unit for damage after unpacking.

• Do not continue to operate the unit if you are in any doubt about it working normally, or if it is damaged in any way - switch off, withdraw the mains adapter and consult your dealer.

location of unit

• The unit must be placed on a flat stable surface and not subjected to vibrations.

• Do not place the unit on sloped or unstable surfaces as the unit may fall off or tip over.

• The mains socket must be located near the unit and should be easily accessible.

• This unit is designed for indoor use only..

temperature

• Avoid extreme degrees of temperature, either hot or cold. Place the unit well away from heat sources such as radiators or gas/ electric fires.

• Do not expose the battery to direct sunlight or sources of excessive heat..

naked flames

• Never place any type of candle or naked flame on the top of or near the unit.

moisture

• To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product damage, do not expose this unit to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing. No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should be placed on the unit.

• If you spill any liquid into the unit, it can cause serious damage. Switch it off at the mains immediately. Withdraw the mains plug and consult your dealer..

ventilation

• To prevent the risk of electric shock or fire hazard due to overheating, ensure that curtains and other materials do not obstruct the ventilation vents.

• Do not install or place this unit in a bookcase, built-in cabinet or in another confined space.

Ensure the unit is well ventilated.

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CAUTION

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the unit’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock.

The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the manual

accompanying the unit.

service

• To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove screws. The unit does not contain any user-serviceable parts. Please leave all maintenance work to qualified personnel.

• Do not open any fixed covers as this may expose dangerous voltages.

maintenance

• Ensure to unplug the unit from the mains socket before cleaning.

• Do not use any type of abrasive pad or abrasive cleaning solutions as these may damage the unit’s surface.

• Do not use liquids to clean the unit.

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Notes for battery disposal

The batteries used with this product contain chemicals that are harmful to the environment. To preserve our environment, dispose of used batteries according to your local laws or regulations. Do not dispose of batteries with normal household waste.

For more information, please contact the local authority or your retailer where you purchased the product.

NOTE: If you require a replacement for any of the items listed below, please quote their corresponding part numbers:

Replacement Part Part Number

Remote Control 083-866i37-0071

Mains Adapter 153-002305-21F1

AUX Cable 601-094010-2821

DSG Retail Ltd • Maylands Avenue • Hemel Hempstead Herts • HP2 7TG • England

This symbol on the product or in the instructions means that your electrical and electronic equipment should be disposed at the end of its life separately from your household waste. There are separate collection systems for recycling in the EU.

For more information, please contact the local authority or your retailer where you purchased the product.

Visit Partmaster.co.uk today for the easiest way to buy electrical spares and accessories. With over 1 million spares and accessories available we can deliver direct to your door the very next day. Visit www.partmaster.co.uk or call 0844 800 3456 (UK customers only) Calls charged at National Rate.

All trademarks are the property of their respective owners and all rights are acknowledged.

iPhone and iPod are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

“Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod or iPhone respectively, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards.

Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards.

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