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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-1 A ANALOG CIRCUIT
NOTE: The number which noted at the connectors on the schematic diagram as "SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-1" or "SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-2" indicates the schematic diagram serial number located on the left corner in the schematic diagram.

:POSITIVE VOLTAGE LINE

:SOUND SOURCE SIGNAL(ANALOG) LINE
:SOUND SOURCE SIGNAL(DIGITAL) LINE

S206 REC/ STOP) CP201 2

R263 9.1K

R262 5.6K

R261 3.6K

R260 2.7K

R259 2K A

S203 ( FOLDER / MENU)

S202 (ERASE)

S205 (VOL +)

S204 (VOL -)

SPEAKER

1 R202 47

R204 2.2

POWER AMP (0.6V) 0V VO2 B2 (0.8V) 0V (1.4V) 0.3V (0.8V) 0V

(0.6V) 0V Q201

IC201 C1BB00000755
S201 (BATT.COVER OPEN DET.)

C201 0.47

2SB1219AQL
0.3V SWITCHING (1.4V) C257 6.3V47 C212 0.1

Q206 B1ADMB000003

b D205 MA133TX C236 1

R Q P O

N M L K
6 GND (0.6V) 0V R205 2.2 VO1
POWER SUPPLY (1.4V) 0.3V 1.4V

Q214 UN9215TX

SWITCHING (0V) 0.5V 3V 0.9V (0.2V) 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V (0.2V) 0V (0.2V) 0V NC NC XT IOR IOW NC DACKL DGND TEST1 TEST0 NC ADSD NC NC

0V C256 3300P

C203 4V22

JK201 EARPHONE

R201 6.8

0V C205 0.1

3V (0.7V)

R207 1K Z S

(0.6V) 0V 0.3V (1.4V)

(0.8V) (0.8V) 0V 0V

NC NC NC NC NC D7 D6 D5 D4 NC D3 D2 D1 D0

C202 0.47

Q202 2SB1219AQL

SWITCHING

SWITCHING(PLAY MODE)

C204 330P

C217 0.01
R212 1.2K R210 22K C207 330P C211 0.022 R213 1.5K C209 2200P C210 0.018 (1.1V) 0V 3 C206 0.1 -IN 2 GND (1.1V) 0V 1 +IN R215 3.3K C214 0.01

C237 0.1

C216 8P

R219 18K

Q218 B1CFHB000003

(0V) 3V G D

0V (3V)

a R216 2.2K R220 18K

R209 22K

R214 56

R251 1M
PLAY MODE SELECT (1.1V) 0V S 0V (1.1V) D R217 22K G 3V

R218 22K

POWER AMP 0V (2.2V)

G 0V W

4 0V (1.1V)

Q205 2SD2216STX

POWER SUPPLY (2.2V) 0V 3V

R244 150K

R245 330K
NC AVDD DVDD NC RESET CH EMP MID FUL WR RD CS D/C BUSY

C240 1

IC202 NJM2107FTE1
PLAY MODE SELECT (1.1V) 0V 0V (1.1V) S D

R221 100K

C238 180P

C239 120P

RX(5.12MHz) 2 1

Q204 B1CFHB000003

Q207 B1CFHB000003
1.5V 1.5V 1.5V 1.5V 1.5V 1.5V
NC NC NC NC NC NC D GND A GND M IN M OUT L IN L OUT SG A OUT L
MICRO COMPUTER (REC/PLAY)
3V 3V (3V) 2.5V (0V) 3V (3V) 0V 3V 3V 3V

NC 1 2

C208 0.1

C213 1

R249 22K

C245 100P

C215 6.3V10 C249 0.1
0V R222 (2.8V) 22K D201 MA2S111TX

C218 0.1

IC205 C0JBAB000522

INVERTER D E F G H

R235 10K

C251 0.1

R211 68K

C248 0.1

R208 100K

R246 18K

D202 MA2S111TX

Q203 B1CFHB000003

MUTING

R234 47K

R254 1K

C250 0.1

R264 1M
C242 6.3V47 C253 6.3V10 C258 6.3V10

R248 10

C260 0.1

3V (0V) G

Q217 2SD2216STX
BUFFER AMP (1.4V) (1.8V) 0V 0V

C241 0.1

R256 5.6K

Q216 UN9110TX

POWER SUPPLY C247 0.1
3V R255 1M 3V 0V 4700P S D C259 3300P 0V G R247 1.2K

Q211 2SD2216STX

POWER SUPPLY (0V) 2.2V 3V R225 2.2K R224 1M C226 1

R228 1M

IC203 NJM2107FTE1
(0V) 1V MIC AMP 1 +IN VDD 5 (0V) 2.2V

C224 4V22

R239 18K

R241 6.8K

R258 1M

C219 0.022

R226 10K R227 100K

C220 0.1 R229 1M

2.8V (0V)

C227 0.1

0V C231 2.2 R243 1M G

Q208 S B1CFHB000003

D203 MA2S72800L

C252 0.1

D204 MA2S72800L

R230 2.2K

JK202 MIC (PLUG IN POWER)

R233 1M

C222 0.01
To B DIGITAL CIRCUIT(CP102) on SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM-2/2~4-A RR-US006(EB,EG,GC,GK) ANALOG CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
AN1 VR ATT PLAY L BEEP MUTE LP H PLAY H LP L REC H SENS VAS D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 D.GND LSI CLK CLK SEL LSI BUSY LSI DC LSI CS IRE IWE LSI RST DET OPCL D.GND KEY
A.GND D.GND AVDD AVDD DVDD Vcc Vcc AOUT A.GND

R240 18K

SWITCHING 2.7V

R237 100K

Q212 B1CFHB000003

REC MODE SELECT

R242 6.8K

R231 1K

Q210 B1CFHB000003

C225 0.1

C221 0.47

R257 1M

Q209 B1CFHB000003

R232 150K

Q213 B1CFHB000003

D 1.5V

S 1.5V G 0V D S R236 2.7K

C228 0.1

C232 4700P

C233 4700P

(0V) 1.9V G
2 GND (0V) 1.1V (0V) 1.1V C223 0.1 R238 68K

Q215 B1CFHB000003

ATTENUATOR

C229 0.1

C230 0.1

C234 4700P

D206 MA2S72800L

R223 10

Z Y X W V U T

S R Q P O N M L K

C254 6.3V22

Specications
Power requirement: Power output: Frequency response: S/N: Jack: Output jack; Input jack; Speaker: Multi cradle: Speaker/Power output; Dimensions (WtHtD): Max dimensions; Cabinet dimensions; Mass: DC 1.5 V [1 AAA size (LR03, AM-4) battery] DC 1.2 V [1 Nickel-metal hydride rechargeable battery] 90 mW (max.) 300 Hz 4,000 Hz (HQ mode) 38 dB (HQ mode) Earphone, 3.5 mm; 1.4 mW 16 Mic, 3.5 mm; 0.56 mV plug in power 15 mm; mm; 8 / 300 mW (max.) 21.4 k 115.0 k 16.9 mm 19.0 k 115.0 k 13.2 mm About 41 g (with battery) About 29 g (without battery)
IC Recorder Operating Instructions

RR-US006

Operational temperature range: 0 oC 40 oC Rechargeable temperature range: 5 oC 40 oC Battery life: [When used at 25 oC on a at, stable surface] Battery Panasonic alkaline battery Rechargeable battery (included) Playback About 12 hours About 9 hours Recording About 26 hours About 18 hours

Dear customer

Thank you for purchasing this product. For optimum performance and safety, please read these instructions carefully. Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product, please read these instructions completely. Please keep this manual for future reference. Note: EB on the packaging indicates the United Kingdom.
The battery life may be less depending on the operating conditions. Note: Specications are subject to change without notice. Mass and dimensions are approximate.

EG EB GC GK p

Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Web Site: http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/

RQT6829-4B

F0203YH5093

Control guide

Main unit

1 Built-in

microphone

2 Recording

indicator
7 Recording/stop button [REC/STOP] 8 Volume button [r s] 9 Folder, Menu button

3 Display

[$FOLDER/%MENU]
4 Play/stop : Erase button [ERASE] ; Handstrap
button [1 ] 5 Fast forward, rewind button [: 9]
(not included) hole < Clip

? External Microphone

jack [MIC(PLUG IN POWER)]

= Speaker

@ Earphone jack [#] A Hold switch [HOLD]

6 USB terminal

> Battery cover

Multi cradle

@ Earphone jack [#]

GE AR CH

B Stand Pull out to use.
D Charging indicator [CHARGE] 6 USB terminal [USB, ] 7 Recording/stop button [REC/STOP] 5 Fast forward,
8 Volume button C DC IN 4.8 V [ r s] K( AC adaptor) jack

DC IN V 4.8

rewind button [: 9] 4 Play/stop button [1 ]

Supplied accessories

1 AC adaptor (for multi cradle): DE-890DA 1 AC mains lead (for AC adaptor) The United Kingdom: RJA0053-3X Australia and N.Z.: RJA0035-K China: RJA0055-1K /Other areas: RJA0019-2X 1 Multi cradle China: RFE0116B /Other areas: RFE0116C 1 Pair of stereo earphones: L0BABUSB cable: K1HA12BDExternal microphone (monaural): L0FBBACD-ROM (Voice Editor 3) 1 Nickel-metal hydride rechargeable battery (Recommended replacement: HHR-4AH) For areas except Europe and China: 1 Power plug adaptor: K2DA42E00001 Use numbers indicated when asking for replacement parts. Note The included AC mains lead is for use with this unit only. Do not use it with other equipment. For the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland:
www.panasonic.co.uk (for UK customers only) Order accessory and consumable items for your product with ease and condence by telephoning our Customer Care Centre MonFriday 9:00am5:30pm. (Excluding public holidays.) Or go on line through our Internet Accessory ordering application. Most major credit and debit cards accepted. All enquiries transactions and distribution facilities are provided directly by Panasonic UK Ltd. It couldnt be simpler! Customer Care Centre For UK customers: For Republic of Ireland customers: 8333 Technical Support For UK customers: 505610 This Technical Support Hot Line number is for Panasonic PC software related products only. For Republic of Ireland, please use the Customer Care Centre number listed above for all enquiries. For all other product related enquiries, please use the Customer Care Centre numbers listed above.
The battery indicator (displayed during operation)

FULL EMPTY

Replace the battery when the indicator ashes. Change the battery within 20 seconds to preserve memory items.
If you operate the unit in the cradle while a dry cell battery is inserted, the whole indicator flashes.

Hold function

This causes the unit to ignore accidental button presses. You cannot operate the mutli cradle if hold is on. Lights for about two seconds

Hold mode

Release

To save the battery

While stopped, switch to hold so the display turns off.

Setting the time

The year (2003) starts ashing on the display after you insert a battery. (See Correcting the time settings below if it doesn't.) Repeat the SELECT ) SET steps to set the clock. The clock has a monthly accuracy of i/j 60 seconds at room temperature. [$FOLDER/ %MENU]

Power supply

Rechargeable battery

Recharge before rst use.

SELECT

Within 10 seconds

1 Insert the battery.

Year Month Day

12 or 24 hour

2 Recharge.

Except for Europe, Australia, N.Z. and China If the power plug will not t your socket, use the power plug adaptor. Start: CHARGE lights ; Finish: CHARGE goes out (approx. 2.5 hours)
Starts ashing when nished
To household mains socket

DC IN jack

Correcting the time settings

RR-US 009

AC mains lead
For the United Kingdom only

AC adaptor

Be sure to read the caution for the AC mains lead on page 11 before connection.

Insert so CHARGE lights.

1. While stopped, press and hold [$FOLDER/%MENU] until HQ SP LP appears. Do each of the following within 10 seconds 2. Press [:,9] until yEAr appears. 3. Press [1/]. 4. Follow the above steps to change the setting you want to correct. Start from the beginning again if the display returns to the clock partway through. Press [$FOLDER/%MENU] for two seconds to stop partway through.
THE SOCKET OUTLET SHALL BE INSTALLED NEAR THE EQUIPMENT AND SHALL BE EASILY ACCESSIBLE. You can use the unit while the battery is recharging. Recharge while the unit is stopped (page 6-7) to fully recharge. You can recharge Panasonic rechargeable battery even if it is only partially drained. You can recharge the battery about 300 times. It has reached the end of its useful life if play time dramatically reduces after recharging. Disconnect the AC adaptor to save power if you are not going to use the unit for a long time. The unit is in the standby condition when the AC adaptor is connected. The primary circuit is always live as long as the AC adaptor is connected to an electrical outlet.

Turning the operation beep on and off
1 While stopped, press and hold [$FOLDER/%MENU] until HQ SP LP appears.

[$FOLDER/ %MENU]

Dry cell battery (not included)
Use a long life AAA, LR03, AM-4 alkaline battery. Insert the same way as the rechargeable battery.
Multi cradle and AC adaptor
Insert either a rechargeable or dry cell battery.
The multi cradle works on AC and the main unit works on the battery. When using a rechargeable battery, it is recharged as you use the unit so you can use it over a longer time. When using a dry cell battery, you can use the unit until the battery goes at.
Do each of the following within 10 seconds 2 Press [:,9] until bEEP appears. 3 Press [1/]. 4 Press [:,9] to select bE On or bE OFF. 5 Press [1/].
Start from the beginning again if the display returns to the clock partway through. Press [$FOLDER/%MENU] for two seconds to stop partway through.

Recording

Recording sound is monaural. Built-in microphone Recording indicator [MIC] jack Store les in 4 folders (A, B, C and D). Each folder holds up to 99 les.
1 Press [$FOLDER/%MENU] to select the folder. Each time you press the button:
A )B )C )D ^_____----------n
2 Change the recording quality.
1.While stopped, press and hold [$FOLDER/%MENU] until HQ SP LP appears. Do each of the following within 10 seconds 2. Press [1/]. 3. Press [:,9] to select the recording quality. HQ Each time you press the button: HQ ,. SP ,. LP ^_____---J 4. Press [1/]. Start from the beginning again if the display returns to the clock partway through. Press [$FOLDER/%MENU] for two seconds to stop partway through.
Release HOLD before operation
Recording quality HQ (High quality) SP (Standard play) LP (Long play)

Available recording time

65 minutes 130 minutes 420 minutes

Use HQ or SP if the

sound source is far away.
You can also change the microphone sensitivity and VAS setting. (See below)
3 Press [REC/STOP].to start recording.
,. Using in the multi cradle
Do steps 1 and 2 on the main unit.
The recording indicator lights Each time you press [$FOLDER/%MENU]: Recording level Recording time Available recording time
DC IN jack To household mains socket AC adaptor

CH ARGE

File number Available recording time also Recording time appears when the remaining time becomes very short.

Insert a battery.

4 Press [REC/STOP] to stop recording.
Information for the le appears one after the other: Remaining memory
Recording through the external microphone
The built-in microphone switches off. Connect the included microphone to the [MIC] jack.

Recording time

No. of les
Changing microphone sensitivity
1 While stopped, press and hold [$FOLDER/%MENU] until HQ SP LP appears. Do each of the following within 10 seconds 2 Press [:,9] until SEnS appears. 3 Press [1/]. 4 Press [:,9] to select HI SEnS or LO SEnS.
HI SEnS (High): For recording lectures LO SEnS (Low): For recording close to the mouth

Timer recording

Preparation: Select the folder and recording quality (Steps 1 and 2 above). 1 While stopped, press and hold [$FOLDER/%MENU] until HQ SP LP appears. Do each of the following within 10 seconds 2 Press [:,9] until $FrEC appears. 3 Press [1/]. 4 Press [:,9] to select On. 5 Press [1/]. 6 Set the times. 1 Press [:,9] to set the on time. 2 Press [1/]. 3 Press [:,9] to set the off time. 4 Press [1/].
When nished, the display changes in the following order: ON time # OFF time # Current number of les # Clock F ashes during recording and goes out when nished. (The setting is also canceled.)

5 Press [1/].

Preventing unnecessary recording (VAS: Voice activated system)
VAS detects silence and pauses recording automatically. It is especially effective when microphone sensitivity is set to LO SEnS.
1 While stopped, press and hold [$FOLDER/%MENU] until HQ SP LP appears. Do each of the following within 10 seconds 2 Press [:,9] until appears. 3 Press [1/]. 4 Press [:,9] to select On. 5 Press [1/].
and recording indicator ash while VAS is waiting for a sound to record.
To check the timer settings:
1 While stopped, press and hold [$FOLDER/%MENU] until HQ SP LP appears. 2 Within 10 seconds, press [:,9] until FrEC appears and press [1/].
To turn the function off:
Select OFF in step 4. Start from the beginning again if the display returns to the clock partway through. Press [$FOLDER/%MENU] for two seconds to stop partway through.

To cancel the timer:

Playback
1 Press [$FOLDER/%MENU] to select the folder.
Each time you press the button:
)B )C )D ^_____----------n
2 Press [:,9] to select the le.
Information for the le appears one after the other:
Recording time No. of les

3 Press [1/] to play.

Remaining play time
Each time you press [$FOLDER/%MENU]: Elapsed play time File number Elapsed play time

4 Adjust the volume.

Using in the multi cradle

Do step 1 on the main unit.
Press during play. ::backward (twice to skip the previous file) 9:forward

Search

Press and hold during play. ::backward 9:forward
DC IN jack To household mains socket AC adaptor AC mains lead

Stop play

The clock appears after about 10 seconds. Press to resume play from where you stopped it.
When using a rechargeable battery, recharging starts. When using a dry cell battery, the clock appears after about 10 seconds. Press to resume play from where you stopped it.

Using an earphone

Connect to [#] on the main unit. (Connect to [#] on the multi cradle when using in it.) Sound will not be heard from the speaker.
Listening to the rst 5 seconds of each le (Intro-scan)
1 While stopped, press [$FOLDER/%MENU] to select the folder. 2 Press and hold [1/] for two seconds.
The le number ashes and the rst ve seconds play. If you want to listen to a le in full, press [1/] while it is playing.

Timer playback

Preparation: Select the le (Steps 1 and 2 above). 1 While stopped, press and hold [$FOLDER/%MENU] until HQ SP LP appears. Do each of the following within 10 seconds 2 Press [:,9] until F1PLAy appears. 3 Press [1/]. 4 Press [:,9] to select On. 5 Press [1/]. 6 Set the time. 1 Press [:,9] to set the on time. 2 Press [1/].
When nished, the display changes in the following order: ON time # Selected le number # Clock F1 ashes during play and goes out when nished. (The setting is also canceled.)

Changing playback speed

1 While stopped, press and hold [$FOLDER/%MENU] until HQ SP LP appears. Do each of the following within 10 seconds 2 Press [:,9] until S- -F appears. 3 Press [1/]. 4 Press [:,9] to select the speed.
Slow Flashes during play Normal Fast Flashes during play
1 While stopped, press and hold [$FOLDER/%MENU] until HQ SP LP appears. 2 Within 10 seconds, press [:,9] until F1PLAy appears and press [1/].
Start from the beginning again if the display returns to the clock partway through. Press [$FOLDER/%MENU] for two seconds to stop partway through. Select OFF in step 4. Start from the beginning again if the display returns to the clock partway through. Press [$FOLDER/%MENU] for two seconds to stop partway through.

RQT6829

Editing
Using the unit with a computer
Save and edit sound les you have recorded with the unit. 1 Install Voice Editor 3 from the CD-ROM. 2 Connect the main unit or multi cradle to a computer with the USB cable.

For details, read the PDF and installation manual for Voice Editor 3.

Connecting to a computer

[$FOLDER/%MENU] To household mains socket [ERASE] Press and hold [1/] on the multi cradle for 2 seconds. Each time you do this: Operation on main unit enabled (No. of les display)

CH AR GE

AC adaptor AC mains lead
Operation on main unit disabled (PC display)

Locking les

1 While stopped, press [$FOLDER/%MENU] to select the folder. 2 Press and hold [$FOLDER/%MENU] until HQ SP LP appears. Do each of the following within 10 seconds 3 Press [:,9] until appears. 4 Press [1/]. A 5 Press [:,9] to select the le. 6 Press [1/].

To unlock

Do the above steps and select the le you want to unlock in step 5 and press [1/]. goes out.

facing down

Operation on main unit disabled

USB cable (included)

facing right
PC ashes when transferring data. (Do not disconnect the USB cable or take the unit out of the multi cradle while this is ashing.)

Moving les

1 While playing the le you want to move, press and hold [$FOLDER/%MENU] until the display starts ashing. Do each of the following within 10 seconds 2 Press [:,9] to select the folder you want to move the le to.
Current folder Destination folder Number of les in destination folder

Caution:

Use only the provided shielded interface cables with ferrite cores when connecting to computer. To reduce risk of radio interference caused by headphone-, earphone- or microphone cable, only use adequate accessories with cable length less than 3 m.

Care and Use

Avoid using or placing this unit near sources of heat. Do not leave it in an automobile exposed to direct sunlight for a long period of time with the doors and windows closed. To avoid product damage, do not expose this product to rain, water or other liquids. Do not keep this unit and magnetized cards (bank cards, commuter passes, etc.) close together. The speaker does not have magnetic shielding. Do not place it near televisions, personal computers or other devices easily inuenced by magnetism.

3 Press [1/].

Erasing les
You cannot restore les you erase.
1 While stopped, press [$FOLDER/%MENU] to select the folder (start from step 2 during play). 2 Press and hold [ERASE] until ash. and the le number

Battery

Do not peel off the covering on battery and do not use if the covering has been peeled off. Align the poles + and - correctly when inserting the battery. Remove the battery if you do not intend to use the unit for a long time. Do not throw into re, short-circuit, disassemble, or subject to excessive heat. Do not attempt to recharge dry cell battery. When carrying battery in a pocket or bag, ensure no metal objects such as necklaces are placed together with them. Contact with metal may cause short-circuiting which can cause a re. For safety, carry the rechargeable battery in the battery carrying case.

Do each of the following within 10 seconds 3 Press [:,9] to select the le you want to erase.
The display changes in the following order: First le in a specic folder Last le in a specic folder All les in a folder All folders

Allergies

Discontinue use if you experience discomfort with the earphones or any other parts that directly contact your skin. Continued use may cause rashes or other allergic reactions.
Precautions for Listening with the Headphones or Earphones
Do not play your headphones or earphones at a high volume. Hearing experts advise against continuous extended play. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce volume or discontinue use. Do not use while operating a motorized vehicle. It may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in many areas. You should use extreme caution or temporarily discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations. Even if your headphones or earphones are the open-air type designed to let you hear outside sounds, dont turn up the volume so high that you cant hear whats around you. This product may receive radio interference caused by mobile telephones during use. If such interference is apparent, please increase separation between the product and the mobile telephone. Marking sign is located on bottom of the unit.

A B C D

4 Press [ERASE].

Troubleshooting Guide

Before requesting service, make the below checks. If you are in doubt about some of the check points, or if the remedies indicated in the chart do not solve the problem: Symptom No operation. Checkpoints The hold function is on. (page 3) Make sure the battery cover is closed. Make sure the battery is correctly inserted. You cannot operate when the unit is connected directly to a computer. To operate it while it is in the multi cradle, press and hold [1/] on the cradle for 2 seconds to enable operation. (page 9) The battery has run down. Set the clock. (page 3) Ensure the plug is inserted rmly. Wipe the plug clean. VAS (page 4) may have functioned. Set the clock. (page 3) Set play speed to normal. (page 6) There are 99 les in the folder. There is no remaining recording time. Erase unneeded les. (page 8) There is no sound when you have connected an earphone. The le is locked. (page 8) The folder is already empty. You cannot move les to folders that already contain 99 les. Recordings can disappear if the unit receives a shock (e.g. it is dropped), or if the battery and cover come loose during recording. This can occur after repeatedly recording and erasing les. Unlock all your les, then erase all folders to remedy this. (page 8) You can set the timers within 24 hours of the current time. Set the clock. (page 3) The settings are canceled if the battery is removed and the clock settings clear. When you set both, only the one you set last works. You cannot set the timer if there is less than one minute of available recording time. This unit determines the battery empty even if there is actually life left in it. This is to preserve the clock and other memory items. Press [$FOLDER/%MENU] briey. You will enter the menu mode if you hold the button down for 2 or more seconds. The unit normally becomes warm during recharging. Make sure you have inserted a battery. (page 2)

Caution for AC Mains Lead

(For United Kingdom)

(EB area code model only) For your safety, please read the following text carefully.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your safety and convenience. A 5-ampere fuse is tted in this plug. Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 5-ampere and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362. Check for the ASTA mark or the BSI mark on the body of the fuse. If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure that it is retted when the fuse is replaced. If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained. A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local dealer.
U01 appears on the display. 2003 ashes. There is no sound from the earphone or it is difficult to hear or noisy. Recording stops. appears instead of the recording date. Playback speed is too fast or slow. FULL appears.

CAUTION!

IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF SAFELY. THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED INTO ANY 13-AMPERE SOCKET.
If a new plug is to be tted please observe the wiring code as stated below. If in any doubt please consult a qualied electrician.
No sound from the speaker. Cannot erase a le or folder. Cannot move a le. A recording disappeared.

IMPORTANT

The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code: Blue: Neutral, Brown: Live. As these colours may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured Blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured Black or Blue. The wire which is coloured Brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured Brown or Red.
Available recording time does not increase correspondingly after erasing les. Cannot set timer recording/playback. Timer recording/ playback does not work. Cannot set timer recording/playback at the same time. Timer recording does not work. Cannot use a battery that can be used on other equipment. Cannot select a folder.
WARNING: DO NOT CONNECT EITHER WIRE TO THE EARTH TERMINAL WHICH IS MARKED WITH THE LETTER E, BY THE EARTH SYMBOL OR COLOURED GREEN OR GREEN/YELLOW. THIS PLUG IS NOT WATERPROOFKEEP DRY.

Before use

Remove the connector cover.

How to replace the fuse

The location of the fuse differ according to the type of AC mains plug (gures A and B). Conrm the AC mains plug tted and follow the instructions below. Illustrations may differ from actual AC mains plug. 1. Open the fuse cover with a screwdriver. 2. Replace the fuse and close or attach the fuse cover. Figure A Figure A Fuse (5 ampere) Figure B
The unit becomes warm during recharging. Cannot operate while the unit is in the multi cradle. Voice Editor 3 does not start or does not work correctly with the IC recorder.

Fuse (5 ampere)

Make sure that PC is on this units display, and that this unit is recognized as a drive in Voice Editor 3. If it is not, disconnect the USB cable from this unit, then reconnect it. The connection may not work if you connect via a USB hub or USB extension cable.

Figure B

Fuse cover

Maintenance

To clean this unit, wipe with a soft, dry cloth. Never use alcohol, paint thinner or benzine to clean this unit. Before using chemically treated cloth, read the instructions that came with the cloth carefully.

WARNING:

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR PRODUCT DAMAGE, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO RAIN, MOISTURE, DRIPPING OR SPLASHING AND THAT NO OBJECTS FILLED WITH LIQUIDS, SUCH AS VASES, SHALL BE PLACED ON THE APPARATUS.
The socket outlet shall be installed near the equipment and easily accessible or the mains plug or an appliance coupler shall remain readily operable.

 

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