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Description of LOEWE MIMO15 Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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Text excerpt from page 9 (click to view)
For your own safety
For your own safety and in order to avoid unnecessarily damaging your TV set, please read and observe the following safety instructions: • This TV set is designed exclusively for receiving and reproducing audio and visual (AV) signals. • Do not place any objects containing liquids e.g. flower vases or lit candles on top of the equipment. • This equipment is designed for the home and office and may not be operated in rooms with a high humidity (e.g. bathrooms, saunas) or high concentration of dust (e.g. workshops). If the equipment is used temporarily outdoors, make sure it is protected against moisture (rain, dripping or splashing water or condensation). High humidity and dust concentrations lead to creep currents in the equipment which can lead to danger of electric shock or fire. The manufacturer guarantee only applies for use in the specified permissible environment. • This equipment may only be connected to a power supply with the voltage and frequency specified on the rating plate with the power cable/AC adapter provided. The wrong voltages could damage the equipment. • If the set is moved from a cold environment to a warm room, condensation forms on all parts of the set. Moisture produces creep currents in the set which can cause a fire. In this case, you should leave the set for a reasonable time to acclimatize (when the condensation on the screen has evaporated) before switching it on. • Like every piece of electronic equipment, your TV needs air for cooling. Obstructing the air supply to the set can cause fires. The air vents on the back of the TV set must always be kept free. Do not leave newspapers or cloths lying on the TV set. • Stand the TV set in a place where it is not exposed to direct sunlight or additional heating from radiators. • Avoid dropping metal objects, needles, paper clips, liquids, wax or similar into the air vents at the back of the set. This causes short circuiting of the set and could start a fire. If anything should get inside the set, switch it off immediately, pull out the plug and call the after-sales service to check it. • You should never attempt to remove the rear panel of the TV yourself. The set operates with high voltages which could be fatal. Leave repairs and servicing of your TV set to authorized TV technicians. • Do not allow children to play close to the TV set, they could knock, push or pull it from the stand and injure someone. • Do not place the TV anywhere where it may be exposed to vibrations because this can lead to overloading of materials. • Do not leave the TV on unsupervised. • Pull out the antenna and mains plugs during a thunderstorm. Surge voltages from lighting strikes can damage the set both through the antenna system and the mains. You should also pull out the antenna and mains plugs during long periods of absence. • The mains plug of the TV must be easily accessible so that it can be disconnected from the mains quickly at any time. • Lay the power cable so that it cannot be damaged. The power cable may not be kinked or laid over sharp edges, and may not be walked over or exposed to chemicals; the latter applies for the entire TV set. A power cable with defective insulation can lead to electric shocks and is a fire risk. • When you pull out the mains plug, do not tug the cable but hold the housing of the plug. The cables in the mains plug could be damaged and cause a short circuit the next time it is plugged in.




26.01.2004, 13:58 Uhr

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