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Only a personnel approved by the manufacturer can repair the receiver. The non-observance of these safety precautions can result in forfeiture of the guarantee.
Batteries are easily swallowed by young children. Do not allow young children to play with the remote control. To avoid damaging the remote control, only use identical batteries or batteries of equivalent type. The batteries provided are not rechargeable.
Do not place the receiver near appliances that may cause electromagnetic interferences (for example loudspeakers). This could affect receiver operation and distort the picture or sound.
2-5 HARD DISK
This equipment contains a hard disk. Please wait for the receiver to go into standby mode before unplugging and moving it.
2-6 USB STORAGE DEVICES
Please wait until the receiver exits the multimedia list manager (multimedia file application) or is in standby mode before disconnecting your storage devices. Else, you could lose data or damage your storage device.
2-7 CLEANING THE RECEIVER
The case of the receiver can be cleaned with a soft and dry cloth. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvents, such as alcohol or turpentine, as they could damage the surface of the case.
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Preservation of the environment is an essential concern of the manufacturer. The desire of the manufacturer is to operate systems observing the environment and consequently it has decided to integrate environmental performances in the life cycle of its products, from manufacturing to commissioning, use and elimination.
3-1 MEANING OF LOGOS PRESENT ON THE PRODUCT OR ITS PACKAGING
The crossed-out dustbin sign stuck on the product or its accessories means that at the end of its life, the product is subject to selective collection and must not be thrown away in unsorted household waste. The looped arrow sign means that the packaging may be recycled and must not be disposed of with household waste. The green logo means that a financial contribution is paid to an approved national organisation to improve packaging recovery and recycling infrastructures. The logo with three arrows shown on the plastic parts means that they may be recycled and that they must not be disposed of with household waste.
3-2 PRODUCT RECYCLING AND DISPOSAL
To facilitate recycling, please respect the sorting rules set up locally for this kind of waste. If your product contains batteries, they must be disposed of at appropriate collection points. European regulations ask you to dispose of products belonging to the family of electrical and electronic equipments ( ) selectively:
At the collection points made available to you locally (drop-off centre, selective collection, etc.), At sales points in the event of the purchase of similar equipment.
In this way you can participate in the re-use and upgrading of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Waste, which can have an effect on the environment and human health.
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3-3 EUROPEAN DIRECTIVE ON WASTE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (WEEE)
In the context of sustainable development, the reduction of wastes to be eliminated by reusing, recycling, composting and energy recovery is strongly advised. In order to comply with this directive which is applicable to EEEs sold after 13/08/2005, your receiver will be taken back free of charge and recycled by the distributor of the EEE within the limits of the quantity and types of equipment bought from them. These appliances which contain substances potentially dangerous to human health and the environment will be recycled.
3-4 DIRECTIVE ON THE RESTRICTION OF USE OF CERTAIN HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES IN ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (ROHS)
Your receiver along with the batteries supplied comply with the directive relating to the RoHS dangerous materials such as lead, mercury or cadmium are not used. This avoids environmental hazards and any risks to the health of personnel at the recycling centres. The batteries of the remote control can be removed simply. Note: When the batteries of the remote control are worn out, please dispose of them at a collection point and not with household waste.
3-5 ELECTRICAL CONSUMPTION OF THE RECEIVER
To reduce the consumption of your receiver, you are recommended to place it in standby mode when not in use. We recommend you to turn off the receiver or unplug it from the mains if you will not be using it for a prolonged period of time.
Batteries: the remote control needs two batteries (AAA) to operate. The drawing in the battery compartment
indicates how to install them. The batteries provided are not rechargeable.
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6. QUICK INSTALLATION
Before connecting your device, please ensure that Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) is available in your area.
6-1 FRONT PANEL OF THE RECEIVER
Channel selection buttons
6-2 CONNECTION OF THE RECEIVER TO THE TV SET
Before installing your receiver, please check that the delivery is complete: instructions, remote control, batteries (X2), Scart lead and AC/DC adapter. Please ensure that the appliances to be connected together (receiver, TV, VCR) are unplugged before making any connections. Connect the appliances together as shown in the diagrams and plug them back into the power socket. For optimal quality, preferably connect the Scart lead to the TV Scart socket that is marked with 3 dots (RGB). Television set
FAN (depending on model)
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6-3 PERIPHERAL CONNECTIONS
6-3-1 Connection to an amplifier and/or a video recorder and/or an analogue decoder
YPrPb Audio R/L
Connecting auxiliary equipment (e.g. a video recorder) for a television set with a Scart socket. Connecting an audio amplifier, using a lead (RCA) or using a fibre optic lead (IEC958). This connection is mandatory to benefit from a "Home Cinema" system. Connecting an analogue decoder with a Scart socket. To use an analogue decoder (Canal+ type) with a Scart socket, the receiver must be in standby mode.
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6-4 FIRST INSTALLATION
After connecting the receiver correctly, a first time installation must be carried out. Switch on your receiver (do not forget to switch on your television set also). A welcome screen is displayed. When the receiver is ready, press to launch the installation. , keys and confirm by pressing. Select the language and the country (UK) using the
The receiver automatically searches for the available channels. If no channels are found, the receiver proposes that you adjust the antenna. Enter a channel number (consult the list of channels that transmit in your area). Adjust the antenna until the level and quality signals become green. Press to go back to the channel search. UK Hotline: 50 710* If problems persist, please contact your specialised distributor or the Sagem Communications Hotline.
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7-2-3 Locking and parental control
In the USER SETTING menu, select LOCKING. Receiver locking: completely locks access to the receiver with an access code. If you select YES, you will be asked to enter your access code (by default 0000) each time you switch your receiver on. Channel locking: enables you to lock channels. You will be asked to enter your access code each time you want to watch a locked channel. Select YES to activate the lock and select the programme to be locked in the Channels to lock screen. Channels to lock: displays the list of programmes to be locked. Select the desired channels and press to lock them or unlock them. You will be asked to enter your access code each time you want to watch a locked channel. Level: locks the programmes whose level is not authorised. For example, enter 03 for maximum control (all programmes rated will be blocked) or 18 (all programs will be accessible). If you have programmed the recording of a programme with a level higher than your selected level, this recording will be automatically locked and will appear only in the full list of recordings.
7-2-4 Changing the receiver code (access code)
In the USER SETTING menu, select CHANGE RECEIVER CODE. This code is used and requested to lock the installation, the receiver, the channels and the recordings. By default, the access code is initialized to 0000.
7-3 INSTALLING FAVOURITE LISTS
To access the favourite lists creation and modification screen, press FAVOURITE LISTS.
. In the main menu, select
Selected list: by default, all channels found during the installation are on list A. You can create two distinct types of lists: TV lists and RADIO lists. To create a new list, select an empty list (list B to H) then press. Select the desired type of list. You can then make your favourites list by adding channels of your choice. To modify or remove a list of favourite channels, select it in the list and carry out the desired modifications.
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7-4 RECEIVER SETTINGS
To access the receiver configuration screen, press SETTINGS. In the main menu, select RECEIVER
If you have changed the default access code, you will be asked for your access code (to modify this code, see Changing the receiver code (access code), page 13).
7-4-1 Automatic channel search
In the RECEIVER SETTINGS menu, select CHANNEL SEARCH. Press to start a new channel search. A bar indicates the search progress. If channels are found, a window is displayed at the end of the search prompting you to confirm them. If no channel is found, please refer to the Antenna signal section to adjust the antenna (see Antenna signal, page 16). The number of channels in the list may be lower than the number displayed during the channel search, as duplicate channels are deleted at the end of the search process.
In the RECEIVER SETTINGS menu, select RESET FACTORY DEFAULT. This function enables you to restore the default settings of the receiver. All the channels and parameters will be lost if you confirm this choice, but the recordings will not be erased. To cancel the operation, press or.
If you wish to reinitialise the receiver, press
Once the initial configuration is restored, the installation screen of the receiver is displayed. You can then reconfigure your receiver (see First installation, page 10).
*. Model DTR6700T only.
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The information contained in this menu may be requested if you contact your supplier or another service (Maintenance for example). You will thus find here information about the receiver, the embedded software, the capacity of the hard disk, as well as a utility that lets you to diagnose the signal reception of the antenna. To access the receiver technical information, press INFORMATION.
. In the main menu, select TECHNICAL
8-1 ANTENNA SIGNAL
In TECHNICAL INFORMATION, select ANTENNA SIGNAL INFORMATION. Enter a value in the CHANNEL line then press to find out the signal level and quality of this channel. If the level and quality of reception are insufficient, adjust your antenna to obtain a better signal. If you use an active indoor antenna (with an amplifier), activate via the receiver the power supply of the antenna if it requires a 5V power voltage (50mA max.).
In TECHNICAL INFORMATION, select PRODUCT DATA. This menu provides information on the receiver software.
8-3 HARD DISK
In TECHNICAL INFORMATION, select HDD INFORMATION. The estimated remaining time for recording on the hard disk is given for information only, as the capacity depends on the sound and video quality of the recorded programme (the quality of sound and image varies depending on the programmes).
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9. EVERYDAY USE
You can also programme recordings directly using the electronic programme guide (see Recording programmes using the programme guide, page 27).
9-9 PICTURE IN PICTURE MODE
While watching a programme, you can watch another programme in the same window (PIP Picture in Picture). Press the If you press key to display the PIP window. Use or or the numeric keys to select a channel. , you exit the Picture in Picture mode and the selected channel is displayed. , the PIP channel remains displayed in its window. You can then change the
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If you press again the
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main channel while keeping the same channel in the PIP window. You can select another channel using the or keys or the numeric keys. For a better view, you can move the PIP window to any corner of the screen. Select the PIP window by pressing (blue frame) and press the , , or key. keys.
You can at any time exit the PIP mode by pressing the
The PIP mode is not available during a recording. The deferred mode is available only in the main screen. The sound is always that of the main screen.
9-10 LIVE MODE/DEFERRED MODE
The receiver automatically saves the previous 2 hours of the channel being watched. This sliding recording mode makes it possible to pause a programme temporarily, to switch from live mode to deferred mode, to rewind and review the programme in deferred mode. Press the , , and within the sliding recording. keys to move
A banner with the Deferred/Live time shift is displayed at the top of the screen.
9-10-1 Pause / Play
You can pause a programme without missing its continuation. Press the programme, press the key. key. To resume the current
You can rewind by pressing the key.
On the banner, the Deferred/Live delay increases. By pressing several times this key, you can increase the rewind speed (up to 600 times the normal speed). You can thus rewind up to 2 hours, provided that the current programme has been watched for at least 2 hours.
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9-10-3 Fast forward
You can fast forward by pressing the key.
On the banner, the Deferred/Live delay decreases. By pressing several times this key, you can increase the fast forward speed (up to 600 times the normal speed). If you remain in fast forward, you will eventually reach the live programme.
You can at any time exit the Deferred mode and go back to the live programme. To do so, press the key.
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10. VIDEO RECORDING
The recording capacity of your receiver depends on the capacity of the hard disk and the selected programme (on average, one hour of recording requires from 2 to 2.5 GB of hard disk space). It is possible for you to simultaneously: record a programme and watch another programme, record two programmes and watch any one of them.
Programme mode (depending on country)
By programming a recording using the electronic programme guide, the receiver memorises information of the programme to record, provided by the broadcaster: name, summary, date, channel and time of broadcast. As the beginning of recording approaches (10 minutes before the announced time), the receiver monitors the channel and awaits the broadcast signal marking the beginning of the programme. The receiver begins recording only when the programme starts. When the signal marking the end of the programme is received, the receiver stops recording. The availability of the Programme recording mode depends on each country. To know if this mode is available in your country, access the User Preferences menu: if the selection of the recording type does not appear among the preferences, it means that it is not available for your country. Only the Timer recording mode is then available to you (see User preferences, page 12). You can customise in your User Preferences the recording mode to be applied by default and the safety margins to be applied in the Timer mode (see User preferences, page 12).
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10-3-2 Programming a recording using the programme guide
Press the key to access the electronic programme guide. Select the channel and the programme to record (to know how to navigate in the guide, see Electronic programme guide, page 20). Once the programme is selected, press the The programme then appears framed in red. To cancel the programming, press the key. You can view and modify the recording settings in the Recording timers menu (see Recording programmes using the menu, page 25). key.
10-4 RECORDING LIST
To access the recordings list, press the You can also access it by pressing key. , then by selecting RECORDING LIST.
Your receiver is equipped with a hard disk (identified as HDD-V). You will be able to create folders to organise your recordings, and control the disk space available. The window on the left displays the existing folders and recorded programmes. To scroll over the list of folders and recordings from one page to another, use the keys. Use the and folder or a recording. keys to select a and
To open a selected folder and access the recordings that it contains, press the To play the selected recording, press the key. key.
In reading mode, the following actions are available: use press , , and to move within the recorded programme. to stop and return to the recording list. key.
To close the recording list and exit this menu, press the
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10-5 MANAGING THE RECORDING LIST
The coloured keys actions: let you manage the recording list, and offer you the following
: access the menu "Select the operation". : select the highlighted recording. : display the complete or restricted recording list. : sort the recordings by date or name.
10-5-1 Selecting recorded programmes
You can work with several recordings at the same time. To handle several files simultaneously, it is preferable to select them beforehand. Selecting several recordings To select several recordings which are not continuous: Go to the desired recording. Press the key, the icon the left of the recording. appears on
Proceed in an identical way for the other recordings which you wish to select. Press the key to access the recordings management window.
To select several recordings which are continuous: Go to the first desired recording. Press the Press the Press the key and keep it pressed until the icon key, the icon appears on the left of the recording. Go to the last desired recording. appears on the left of the selected recordings. key to access the recording management window. Folders can be selected in the same way as recordings.
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10-5-2 Accessing the complete list
To display the complete list of recordings and hence access the locked recordings, press the You will be requested the access code to access the locked recordings. Enter the receiver access code then press the receiver code (access code), page 13). key.
key (to modify the access code, see Changing the key.
Locked recordings are indicated by a key. To return to the restricted list, press again the
10-5-3 Sorting your recordings
The key enables you to sort your recordings by date or name.
10-5-4 Creating a new folder
You can create a new folder to organise your recordings. Select a folder and press the Press the "New folder" key. key, then enter the name of your folder using the numeric key. Select the action "Move/New folder" then press
Delete the name displayed by pressing the
keypad on the remote control. For example: press the 2 key to obtain "a", press the 2 key twice quickly to obtain "b", and so on. Always use alphanumeric (numbers and letters) characters when you name folders. Do not use special characters. The accepted signs are ".", "_" and "-". Press the key to confirm the creation of your new folder.
10-5-5 Erasing a recording
Select the recording or folder that you want to erase or select several recordings or folders (refer to the paragraph Selecting several recordings, page 29). Press the key. Select the action "Delete" then press. A warning message appears. Press the
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11-4 VIEWING AND MANAGING PHOTO FILES
11-4-1 Viewing photo files
From the explorer, use the or the connected device. or keys to browse the contents of the hard disk of the receiver key.
To display a photo in full screen mode, select the photo file and press the To display the photo files in thumbnail mode, press the and confirm with.
key, select the "Photo player" display mode
thumbnail and and
to browse through the photo files, to move from one page to another.
To display a photo file in full screen mode, select it and press the key.
To launch a slideshow of the displayed photo files, press the key. key.
You can stop the slideshow by pressing the
To customise the slideshow options, see Advanced options, page 41. You can play your slideshow and at the same time listen to some background music, from a radio channel or an audio file (mp3) present on the hard disk of the receiver or the media. Press the key to listen to a radio channel or a customised audio playlist (see Playlists, page 40) key to display help.
while viewing or managing your photo files. Press the
11-4-2 Managing photo files
Select the photo files which you wish to manage. To delete, copy or move the photo file selected, press the on the screen (see Managing contents, page 36). key and follow the displayed instructions
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11-4-3 Editing photo files
Select a photo file and press the Using this screen, you can: / : display the "Help" window : browse through the image files, move the focus of an image after a zoom : display the name of the file, the date when the photo was shot, the format and the location in the folder : start the slideshow : choose a radio station for accompaniment : zoom on the photo displayed on the screen : turn the photo 90 in an anti clockwise direction : turn the photo 90 in a clock wise direction : return to the previous screen key to display it in full screen mode.
11-5 PLAYING AND MANAGING AUDIO FILES
11-5-1 Playing audio files
From the Media list manager, use the and keys to browse through the contents of the hard disk of the receiver or connected USB device. If you only wish to display the audio files (mp3), press the key and select the "Audio player" display mode. If you wish to display all the audio files (mp3) present on the hard disk, press the key. The receiver will search and then display all the audio files found, sorted by artist.
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To play an audio file, select it and press the key. When the audio file reaches its end, the Media list manager automatically plays the next available audio file located in the same folder. You can customise the order in which audio files are played (see Advanced options, page 41). Press the key to pause the audio file that is playing, press playing the audio file. Press the keys and to play the previous or next audio file. to resume. Press the key to stop
To insert a media file into a particular location in the playlist, select the desired file then press the key. Select the desired position in the right panel then press the Press the key.
"Save" key to save any modification made to a playlist.
To edit a playlist, go to the "Play list Editor" display mode, and select the list to be edited in the right panel. The files which it contains are displayed in the left panel.
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11-6-2 Launching a playlist
Select the playlist from the media list manager and press the key.
Depending on the composition of the playlist, the media list manager launches: an audio playback if the playlist contains only audio files, a slideshow if the playlist contains only photo files, a slideshow with audio playback as musical background if the playlist has mixed content.
11-7 ADVANCED OPTIONS
In the Media list manager, press the the key to access the options menu. To return to this screen, press
key and select the "Media List" display mode.
The media list manager allows you to customise the following options: Audio Play mode: set the manner in which the media list manager plays audio files, track by track or in random mode. Slide Show Loop: set the manner in which the media list manager displays the slideshows. Display time: set the display time of the photos in a slideshow. Help banner: display or hide the help banner which appears by default while viewing a photo in full screen mode.
keys to select and set the desired options. Press the
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12. UPDATING THE SOFTWARE
Software updates of the receiver are regularly available for download to provide you with new features. The software can be updated using the network when a new version is available. In this case, the new version will be broadcasted in the channel data. The receiver automatically checks if an update is available and then asks you to accept, to postpone until the next wake up or to refuse the download. If you accept, the receiver starts the update procedure, which can take from 5 to 30 minutes. During this time the receiver is not available: - the screen becomes black, - the display indicates the download phases (0 to 4), - you cannot carry out any operation during the process (for 5 to 30 minutes). Once the process is complete, the receiver switches on automatically. After the automatic restarting of the receiver, press the key to exit the welcome screen and to return to the last programme watched. If you refuse, the receiver will propose again the download at next wake up.
Please check on www.sagem.com if a new user manual is available online.
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The remote control has no effect on the receiver. The receiver displays - -: - -. The receiver cannot find any channel.
Point the remote control towards the receiver. Check the condition and the orientation of the batteries. Take the receiver out of standby by pressing
Check that you are in a broadcast area. Readjust your antenna (see Antenna signal, page 16). Check all connections, check the antenna and start a
Motionless image or reception problem.
programme search again (see Automatic channel search, page 14). Scart socket (see Connection of the receiver to the TV set, page 8). If required, select the Scart input directly on your television set.
Check that your television set is correctly connected to the TV
The television set does not switch to the receiver when it leaves standby mode.
No sound in "HOME CINEMA" mode on some channels. Black and white image on AUX output (during VCR recording).
Check that you are correctly connected to a "HOME
CINEMA" amplifier via a digital link (see Peripheral connections, page 9).
Check that the signal type chosen for AUX Scart output is
compatible with your VCR (select PAL on AUX SCART in the Video Settings menu (see Video settings, page 14). appear only in the full list (see Accessing the complete list, page 30).
Some recordings are not listed in the recording list.
Check that the records are not locked. In this case they will
I can only zap between 2 channels during a double In the case of a double simultaneous recording, you can only recording. zap between the 2 channels being recorded. The receiver exits automatically the PIP mode If a programmed recording is about to start in the next minute, (Picture in Picture). the receiver automatically exits the PIP mode in order to prepare the recording. When switching to standby mode, the receiver If a programmed recording is about to start in the next minute, stops the video, but the receiver display shows a the receiver holds so as to be ready for the beginning of channel number instead of the current time. recording.
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Output connector: IEC 169-2 male RF bypass: 47-862 MHz Demodulator COFDM modes supported: 2 k/8 K Support: SFN Modulation: QPSK, 16-QAM, 64QAM Code rate: 1/2 to 7/8 Mode: Non-hierarchical Guard interval: 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32 Hard disk (80 to 400GB) Capacity of recording: DTR 64XXX/DTR 67XXX (where XXX corresponds to the capacity in GB of the disk). One hour of recording requires on average between 2 and 2.5 GB of space on the hard disk drive. 1/16 of the disk capacity is allocated for photo and audio files.
Port: Master USB 2.0 Supported device: mass storage device formatted only in FAT32 with only 1 logical partition. Maximum connections of 2 USB devices using a Hub. External power supply AC: 220-240 V ~50 Hz Output: 12 V DC 2A Max power consumption: 18 W (standby 5 W, 2 W for eco model)
Indoor antenna power supply
RGB, PAL, Audio stereo Outputs
RGB input, PAL, S-Video output
Output: +5 V DC, 50mA max, +5 V on the core of the cable Front panel 1 seven-segment amber display IR sensor: 38 kHz 3 buttons (P+,P-,ON/STANBY) 1 USB connector Physical Specifications Receiver: Size (lxdxh): 310x199x46 mm Weight: ~1.75 kg Operating temperature: +5C to +40 Storage temperature: -25C to +65C Accessories Remote control unit range: 7 m Batteries: 2 X 1.5 V (AAA type) 1 Scart lead External AC/DC Adapter with power cord
Analog video (in this case,no RGB available TV scart). 720x576@50Hz interlaced
Audio Digital output
PCM Stereo or AC3 via IEC958 optical and RCA
HDMI output (model DTR6700T only) Version 1.2 without HDCP SD video:
720x576@50Hz interlaced 720x576@50Hz progressive Scaling SD>HD : 1280x720@50Hz progressive or 1920x1080@50Hz interlaced Aspect ratio : 4:3 and 16:9 Audio : Two channels PCM in case of MPEG1-Layer II or dolby digital (AC3).
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ATTENTION In order to apply the guarantee, you should contact your dealer or Sagem Communications helpdesk at 50 710*. Proof of purchase will be required. Should any malfunctioning arise, the dealer or Sagem Communications helpdesk will advise you what to do.
If you bought your equipment from Sagem Communications directly, the following shall apply: 1) Sagem Communications undertakes to remedy by repair, free of charge for labour and replacement parts, any defects in the equipment during a period of twelve (12) months from the date of original delivery of the equipment, where those defects are a result of faulty workmanship. During this twelve-month guarantee period, the defective equipment will be repaired free of charge; the customer must however return the defective equipment in its original package with all accessories at his/ her own expense, to the address given by Sagem Communications After Sales Department, the phone number of which can be found on the delivery slip. Unless the customer has concluded with Sagem Communications a maintenance contract for the equipment which specifically provides for repairs to be carried out at the customer's residence, the repairs will not be carried out on the equipment at the customer's residence. The following sentence applies to purchases of equipment for the customer's trade, business or profession. Except as otherwise expressly provided in this Document and to the extent permitted by law, Sagem Communications makes no representations or warranties, express or implied, statuette or otherwise, and to such extent, all terms and conditions implied by law are hereby excluded. This guarantee does not affect the Customer's statutory rights. 2) Exclusions from Guarantee SAGEM shall have no liability under the guarantee in respect of: damage, defects breakdown or malfunction due to: - failure to properly follow the installation process and instructions for use, or - an external cause to the equipment (including but not limited to, lightening, fire, shock or water damage of any nature), or - modifications made without the written approval of Sagem Communications, or - a failure or neglect to maintain the equipment or inappropriate maintenance, or - unsuitable operating conditions, particularly of temperature and humidity, or - repair or maintenance of the equipment by persons not authorised by Sagem Communications, or - the removal and/or destruction of the label positioned on the fixation screw of the lower plastic cover, wear and tear from normal daily use of the equipment and its accessories, damage due to insufficient or bad packaging of equipment when returned to Sagem Communications,
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