Gfm – TDC-531K – User Manual

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Instruction
Manual

TDC531K

5MP Digital Camera
with Waterproof Case

1. Getting to know your camera
1.1 Features
5.0 Mega pixels resolution sensor
Still image
Video clips
Audio recorder
PC camera
Built-in Microphone
Built-in flash
TV output
2.0″ LTPS color display
Internal 16MB flash memory with SD card support (SD card not included)
Macro mode
Driver free to download pictures for Windows 2000/ME/XP /Vista and
MAC 9.x and X.x

1.2 Specifications
Sensor 5.0 Mega pixel CMOS sensor
12.0 Mega pixels: (4032 x 3024)
(Hardware Interpolation)*
8.0 Mega pixels: (3264 x 2448)
(Hardware Interpolation)*
5.0 Mega pixels: (2560 x 1920)
3.1 Mega pixels: (2048 x 1536)
1.3 Mega pixels: (1280 x 960)
Image resolution

300K pixels: (640 x 480)
Lens F/2.8 f=8.5mm
Focus range 1.6 ft.- Infinity
Macro mode 0.4 ft. – 0.6 ft.
Digital zoom 8x
Flash strobe Built-in (Auto/force/off)
LCD display 2.0″ real color LTPS TFT
White balance Auto/Daylight/cloudy/Tungsten/Fluorescent
Video mode 30fps@QVGA, 20fps@VGA
Built-in memory 16MB Flash memory
VGA: (640 x 480) –138 Pictures
1.3M: (1280 x 960) — 54Pictures
3.1M: (2048 x 1536) — 28 Pictures
5.0M: (2560 x 1920) — 21 Pictures
8.0M: (3264 x 2448) — 14 Pictures
Picture Capacity in
16MB memory (The
quantity of pictures
vary depending on
the contents of
the photos.)
12M: (4032×3024) –3 Pictures
External memory card SD card supports up to 2GB (SD card not included)
File format Picture: JPEG, Video: AVI, Voice: WAV
Self timer 2, 10, 10+2 seconds or off
PC interface USB 1.1
TV-out NTSC/PAL
Power source
2xAAA alkaline batteries (Rechargeable battery is
not recommended)

1.3 System requirement
Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP/Vista
Operating System
Mac 9.x or X.x
CPU Pentium II or above
RAM At least 64MB
Interface USB port
CD 4x speed CD ROM or above

2. Functional parts
1 2 3
4
5
6
8 9
7
1 0 1 1
1 2
1 5
1 6
1 7
1 8
1 9 2 0
2 1
2 2
2 3
1 3 1 4

1 Strap hook Hook for attaching the wrist strap to the camera.
2 Shutter
Press this button to take photographs or to start/stop
recording a short video clip.
3

Power on/
off button
Press this button to turn on, press again to turn off.
4

Self-timer
indicator
Blinks when the self-timer function is operating.
5

Flash light
Use the built-in flash to give the subject extra lighting in
dark surroundings (the best flash distance is recommended
within 4.9 ft.).
6 Macro mode
Macro mode: Select this mode to take up close photographs
(distance: 0.4 ft. – 0.6 ft.).
Normal mode: Select this mode to take photographs from
1.6 ft. – infinity
7

USB
interface
Using this connection, you can download photographs and
video clips to a computer.
8 AV port For television connection.
9 Lens
Records the image to be taken.
Note: Keep the lens clean. Dirt and fingerprints affect the
outcome of the picture.
10 LCD screen Display photographs, video clips, camera setting and menu.
11 Busy LED When the blue indicator is lit, the camera is in busy mode.
12 Left/ display For menu LEFT selection, and LCD display on / off.
13 Menu For camera setting.
14 Mode Press it to select different modes.
15 UP UP & Digital zoom in.
16 OK Press it to confirm changes.
17
Right/flash
light
For menu right selection, and selection of flash light mode.
18 Down DOWN & Digital zoom out.
19 Playback Press it to enter playback mode.
20 delete Press it to delete the photo in playback mode.
21 Battery door 2xAAA alkaline batteries
22 SD card slot SD card slot.
23
Tripod
connector
To place the camera on tripod.

3. Setting your digital camera
12M pixel resolution *4032 x 3024
8.0M pixel resolution *3264 x 2448
5.0M pixel resolution 2560 x 1920
3.1M pixel resolution 2048 x 1536
1.3M pixel resolution 1280 x 960
Size
VGA resolution 640 x 480
Quality
Fine (Default)/ Standard/
Economy
Picture quality setting
SET
Capture
Scene
Auto (Default)/ Sport
/Night/Portrait/
Landscape/ Backlight
Scene setting
Exposure value
+/-2, +/-5/3, +/-4/3,
+/-2/3,
+/-1/3+/-1, 0 (Default)
Level of exposure
Auto (Default) Automatic light balance
Daylight
Light balance setting for
daylight surroundings
Cloudy
Light balance setting for
cloudy surroundings
Tungsten
Light balance setting for
tungsten lighting
White balance
Fluorescent
Light balance setting for
fluorescent surroundings
ISO Auto (Default)/ 100/200 Sensitivity setting
Color
Standard(Default)/
Vivid/Sepia/
Monochrome
Color setting
Saturation
Normal(Default)/
High/ Low
Saturation setting
Sharpness
Normal(Default)/
Hard/ Soft
Sharpness setting
2S
Set the delay time at 2s to
take a picture
10S
Set the delay time at 10s
to take a picture
Self-timer
10+2S
Set the delay time at 10s
to take a picture, and then
every 2s to take pictures
automatically.
Date Input Off (Default)/ Set DD,MM,YYYY
Time Stamp
Off(Default)/ Date Only/
Date & Time
Shows the date or time on
the pictures. Format Execute/cancel Format the memory card.
Language
English(Default)/T-Chin
ese/S-Chinese/French/
German/
Italian/Spanish/Portugu
ese
Select display language
Auto
power off
1/3/5 min and Off
Auto power off
in1min, 3min (default) or
5 min if no operation
Sys. Reset Execute/cancel Restore default settings
50Hz
Main European electricity
frequency Light-Frequenc
y (Flicker)
60Hz
Main American electricity
frequency
NTSC
American and
Japanese video format TV- Out
PAL European video format.
PC Cam Works as a web camera.
Disk Drive Acts as a portable disk.
System
USB
Printer Connect to printer

Note: The camera will remain on the last settings that were set when it is
turned off.

4. Explanation of the status icons on the LCD screen

Item Function Description
1 Battery indicator
The batteries are full.

The batteries are empty.
2 Recording mode

Setting for photograph taking

Setting for video recording
3 Date stamp Displays the date day/month/year.
4
Memory or SD card
indicator
Indicator memory or SD card
: Pictures stored in built-in memory

: Pictures stored in SD card
5 Photo/video counter
Photo mode : Number of pictures that can be
taken;
Video mode: Recording time available in
seconds;
Playback mode: The number of pictures or
video clips
6
Camera or
Video resolution
Displays the resolution:
12M= 4032 x 3024*
8.0M=3264 x 2448*
5.0M=2560 x 1920
3.1M =2048 x1536
1.3M=1280 x 960
VGA=640 x 480
QVGA=320 x 240
7 Flash indicator
: Force flash.

: Auto Flash: The camera determines if the
flash must be used or not.
: No Flash: The flash is turned off.

8 Picture quality
The quality is fine (Default).
The quality is standard.
The quality is economy.

9 Brightness Alert Alert user to hold the camera steadily.
10
Adjust the
distance indicator
Normal mode (1.6 ft. – infinity )
Macro mode (0.4 ft. – 0.6 ft. )
11 View center

5. Using the camera
5.1 Installing the batteries
1. Open the battery door.
2. Insert 2 AAA alkaline batteries into the camera.
3. Turn on the camera.
Press the power button to turn it on (press it again to turn off).

5.2 Inserting a memory card (not included)
This camera has built-in internal memory. This memory can be extended with
a SD memory card (not included).
Follow the instructions given below to insert the optional SD memory card into
the camera.
1. Turn off the camera first.
2. Insert the SD card into the camera.

Note: There is only one right direction to insert the SD memory card into the
slot. Do not force the card into the slot, or else it may damage both the
camera and the SD memory card.

Note: The SD memory card must be formatted before taking photographs. See
the following sections for more information.

5.3 Formatting the memory or SD card
1. Press Menu button
2. Select Setup setting by using the right key.
3. Press OK to confirm and select by up or down key.
4. Press OK to format the card or memory.

5.4 Setting the resolution
The camera can be set to different resolutions.
1. Press MENU to set the proper size (resolution).
Resolution: VGA(640 X 480) ,1.3M(1280 x 960), 3.1M (2048 X 1536),
5M (2560 x 1920), 8M (3264 x 2448), 12M (4032 x 3024)
2. Six different resolutions will be displayed. Select the desired resolution
by using the ▲ or ▼buttons and then press the OK button to confirm the
selection.

5.5 Taking photographs
1. Turn on the camera on by pressing the ON/OFF button.
2. Press MODE to set the camera to photo mode ( ).
3. Depending on the distance of the object being photographed, use the
Macro switch to adjust the distance. Select the flower symbol ( ) if you
wish to take a close-up photograph (0.4 ft. – 0.6 ft.).
If you wish to take photographs of surroundings or people (1.6 ft. –
infinity), set the macro switch to normal mode ( ).
4. If you are not sure if there is enough lighting, turn the automatic flash ( )
on by pressing the flash button. (If the battery power is low, the flash
cannot be activated).
5. Use the LCD screen to aim the object you wish to photograph.
6. Press the Shutter button and hold the camera steady for 2 to 3 sec., until
the LCD display turns on again.

Caution: 1) Taking picture for fast-moving object is not recommended.
2) Image may be distorted when taking picture in a moving vehicle.

5.6 Zooming in and out
The camera can zoom in up to 8 times.
1. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to Zoom in. A number will appear on the display.
8.0 is the maximum zoom.
2. You can zoom in by pressing the UP or DOWN button.

5.7 Taking photographs using the self-timer function
You can use the self-timer function when you wish to take a photograph of
yourself or when you wish to photograph an object where the camera must be
as still as possible, for example, when using a tripod.
1. Set the camera to photo mode.
2. Press the MENU button. The quick menu will appear.
3. Press ▼ to self-timer mode, press OK and ▲or ▼ to set the delay time: 2
seconds, 10 seconds, 10+2 seconds or off.
4. Press the OK button to confirm. The self-timer function is now ready for
use.
5. Aim at the object you wish to photograph.
6. Press the shutter button to take a photograph.
7. The self-timer indicator LED in the front will blink.
8. The photograph will be taken after the timer reaches the delay time that
you have pre-set, and the camera will beep once.
5.8 Recording video clips
1. Press the MODE button to select video mode.
2. Press the shutter button to start recording video, press the shutter button
again to stop recording. The video clip will now be saved as an AVI file in
the camera memory.
3. Press MENU to set the proper resolution, Exposure Value (EV) and White
Balance (WB), and press OK to confirm.

5.9 Playback photographs
1. Press PLAYBACK button, press or to select the video clip or photo.
2. Press ▲,▼ to zoom in or out the image.
3. Press ok and then press ▲,▼, or to shift the image.
4. Press MENU to select SLIDE SHOW, and then press OK to confirm. The
pictures saved in your camera or your SD card will be displayed in
sequence automatically.
5. Press ok to stop the SLIDE SHOW.

5.10 Playback video clips
1. When video clips are displayed, press OK to play, and press the DOWN key
to stop.
2. Press OK to pause the playback.
3. Press the Playback key to exit.

5.11 Recording voice
1. Press MODE button to select the voice-recording mode.
2. Press the SHUTTER to start voice recording and press it again to stop.

5.12 Delete photographs and video clips
You can choose to delete a single photograph / video clip, or delete all the
photographs / video clips in the memory.

5.12.1 Delete photograph
Follow the instructions given below to delete photographs.
1. Press PLAYBACK to enter the playback mode.
2. Press the MENU button and select delete one / delete all, press OK to
confirm.
3. If you select Protect picture, your current file or images cannot be deleted.
4. Press MENU to exit.

NOTE: By selecting ‘Delete All’ and pressing OK to confirm, this will delete all
of the photos and videos that you have saved.

5.12.2 Shortcut to delete one picture
1. Press playback to enter playback mode.
2. Select the photo/ video you want to delete, press the delete button.
3. Select “delete one” or” delete all”.
4. Press OK to confirm.

6. Installing the camera driver
The driver in the CD has to be installed under following applications:
1. For windows 98 SE: Download picture / video, and as a PC cam.
2. For windows ME, Windows 2000 and Windows XP: For using as a PC cam
only. (Download picture / video is driver free).

6.1 Uninstalling old drivers and devices
The most common problem that occurs during installation is the presence of a
driver for a similar, old device. The best solution is to remove all the drivers
related to the old devices before installing the new driver. Make sure you only
delete programs for old, unused, similar devices.

1. Enter Windows ‘Safe Mode’ (press F8 when starting Windows and then
select ‘Safe Mode’ from the menu which will be displayed).
2. Click on ‘Start – Settings – Control Panel’ and double-click on
‘Add/Remove Programs’ icon.
3. Find all the programs for similar, old devices and remove these by clicking
on the ‘Add/Remove’ button. When in ‘Safe Mode’, it is possible for some
programs to appear twice. In that case, remove all the programs which
appear twice.
4. Restart the computer.

6.2 Installing the driver for Windows 98 / Windows ME / Windows
2000 / Windows XP /Windows Vista

Note: Make sure all other programs are closed during the installation process.

Note: During installation for Windows XP, you may receive a message saying
that the driver has not been signed. This does not cause a problem for
the functionality of the program. Please click “Yes” to continue.

Note: For example, ‘D:’ is used to indicate the CD-ROM drive. This may be
different for your computer.

1. Insert the CD-ROM into your computer’s CD-ROM drive. The installation
program will start automatically. If it does not start automatically, please
do the following:
a) Select `Run` from Windows Start menu.
b) Type [D:SETUP.EXE] and click on `OK` to start the Software Installer.
2. The Software Installer will appear.
3. Select the language you wish to use for the installation.
4. Click on ‘Install Camera Driver’ to start the installation of the camera
driver.
5. Follow the on-screen instructions.
6.3 Connecting the camera
The camera can be connected to the computer in two different modes: mass
storage device and as a PC camera for video conferencing on the Internet.

6.3.1 Connecting as a mass storage device
This option makes it possible to download photographs and video clips onto
your computer.

1. Turn the camera on by pressing the ON/OFF button.
2. Press MENU button and press the RIGHT key to select the Setup setting.
3. Press the ▼button to set to USB connection.
4. Press the ▲or ▼buttons to choose mass storage mode.
5. Press OK to confirm.
6. Connect the camera to the computer.
7. Windows will automatically detect the camera. You can use this camera as
a removable disk.

6.3.2 Connecting as a PC camera
When you connect the camera as a PC camera, you can use the camera as a web
cam for video conferencing on the Internet by using Windows NetMeeting or
Windows Messenger.

(You must install the driver before connecting the Digital Camera to your
computer.)
1. Turn the camera on by pressing the ON/OFF button.
2. Press the MENU button and press the RIGHT key to select the Setup
setting.
3. Press the ▼ button to choose USB connection.
4. Press the ▲or ▼ buttons to choose the PC camera mode.
5. Press OK to confirm.
6. Connect the camera to the computer.
7. Windows will automatically detect the camera. You can use this camera as
a web camera. 7. Troubleshooting
Problem Cause Solution
Cannot turn on the
camera by pressing the
“power” button.
Low battery power,
battery is missing or
incorrectly inserted.
Install or replace the
battery correctly.
Photos are not saved or
are missing when
taking pictures.
The memory card or
built-in memory hasn’t
been formatted
properly in the camera.
Format the memory in SET
mode of the camera. Please
refer to section 5.3.
Cannot find removable
disk after connecting
the camera to the
computer via USB.
1. Connection failure.
2. The mode of the
camera is not set to
removable disk
properly

1. Make sure all cable
connections are secured
and restart the computer.
2. Set the camera to
removable disk mode, refer
to section 3 (system
setting, USB connection)
Flash does not work. Battery Power is too low.
Replace with new alkaline
batteries.
The batteries used up
easily
Used wrong type
battery.
Replace with new alkaline
battery.

The photos are over
exposed.
Set the flash light to
force mode in bright
environment.
Set the Flash light to Auto
mode .

The photos are blurry
1. The camera is not
held steadily.
2. The lens of camera is
dirty.
1. Hold the camera steady
until it beeps when
taking a photo.
2. Clean the lens with soft
dry cloth.
Get a warning
message: “Capture
device was not
detected” when trying
to open as a PC cam.
1. Conflict with another
camera or video
device.
2. The mode of the
camera is not set to
PC cam mode
properly.
1. Remove any other
camera drivers completely
from your system.
Sometimes you have to
re-install your system.
2. Set the camera to PC cam
mode, refer to section 3
(system setting, USB
connection) or section
6.3.2.
Cannot preview image
in PC Camera mode.
“Preview” is not selected
in option Menu in PC.
Click “preview” in the
“option” menu to select it.

WATERPROOF CAMERA CASE INSTRUCTIONS

Open the case: Close the case:

① Pull the locking button.
② Pull the side tab upwards.
③ Pull the other side tab
outwards and then up.
① Put the side tab with the hook back onto the
case.
② Push the other side tab down until hear the
“pop” sound to lock the case and seal the
water out.

Note:

* The unit can be used under water up to 15m depths
* Use Temperature: 0 to 40 ℃, Storing Temperature: -20 to 60 ℃
(Keep away from direct heat, sunlight and extreme temperature)
* Clean and make sure no dirt (such as sand, etc), sticks on the Rubber Seal
Ring before locked
* Please use the Hand strap under parent`s guidance
* Do not drop the whole unit.

This form describes the protection You will have under this
Limited Warranty.

LIMITED WARRANTY PERIOD:
This Limited Warranty begins on the date of purchase of the Covered Product
and continues for a period of six months.

WHAT IS COVERED:
Meijer will pay the cost of labor and repair or replacement parts in the event
Your Covered Product fails to operate as a result of a mechanical or electrical
failure caused by defects in workmanship and/or materials. A mechanical or
electrical failure caused by a direct result of a power surge is also covered.
Parts will be replaced with those of like kind and quality, and may be new or
remanufactured. If the Covered Product cannot be repaired, if the cost of the
repair exceeds the original purchase price or if parts are not available due to
the age of the Covered Product or discontinued by the manufacturer, the
Covered Product will be replaced with a product of similar features.

WHERE YOU ARE COVERED:
Coverage under this Limited Warranty is limited to the United States of America,
including the District of Columbia. It does not include any Canadian or U.S.
Territories including Guam, Puerto Rico, or U.S. Virgin Islands.

WHAT IS NOT COVERED:

z PRODUCTS NOT ORIGINALLY COVERED BY A MANUFACTURER’S
WARRANTY;
z ITEMS THAT ARE STILL COVERED BY THE MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY,
REGARDLESS OF WHETHER THE MANUFACTURER HONORS SUCH
WARRANTY;
z PERIODIC CHECKUPS AND/OR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE AS DIRECTED
BY THE MANUFACTURER EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN;
z INHERENT PRODUCT DEFECTS THAT ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE
MANUFACTURER OR PARTS FAILURE DUE TO A MANUFACTURER’S
RECALL;
z ANY AND ALL PRE-EXISTING CONDITIONS THAT OCCUR PRIOR TO THE
EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY AND/OR ANY COSTS TO
REPAIR ANY PRODUCT SOLD “AS-IS” INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO
FLOOR MODELS, DEMONSTRATION MODELS, ETC;
z PARTS OR REPAIRS DUE TO NORMAL WEAR AND TEAR AND ITEMS
NORMALLY DESIGNED TO BE PERIODICALLY REPLACED BY THE
PURCHASER DURING THE COVERED PRODUCT’S LIFE, INCLUDING BUT
NOT LIMITED TO BATTERIES, LIGHT BULBS ETC;
z DAMAGE FROM ACCIDENT, ABUSE, MISUSE, MISHANDLING,
INTRODUCTION OF FOREIGN OBJECTS INTO THE COVERED PRODUCT,
UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS OR ALTERATIONS TO A COVERED
PRODUCT, FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS,
AND EXTERNAL CAUSES INCLUDING THIRD PARTY ACTIONS, FIRE, THEFT,
INSECTS, ANIMALS, EXPOSURE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS, WINDSTORM,
SAND, DIRT, HAIL, EARTHQUAKE, FLOOD, WATER, ACTS OF GOD OR
CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS OF ANY NATURE;
z LOSS OR DAMAGE CAUSED BY WAR, INVASION OR ACT OF FOREIGN
ENEMY, HOSTILITIES, CIVIL WAR, REBELLION, RIOT, STRIKE, LABOR
DISTURBANCE, LOCKOUT, OR CIVIL COMMOTION;
z INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR SECONDARY DAMAGES OR DELAY IN
RENDERING SERVICE UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, OR LOSS OF USE
DURING THE PERIOD THAT THE COVERED PRODUCT IS AT AN
AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER OR OTHERWISE AWAITING PARTS;
z ANY PRODUCT USED IN A COMMERCIAL SETTING OR RENTAL BASIS;
z FAILURES THAT OCCUR OUTSIDE OF THE 50 STATES OF THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA, INCLUDING THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA;
z NONFUNCTIONAL OR AESTHETIC PARTS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED
TO PLASTIC PARTS, KNOBS, ROLLERS, BASKETS, SCRATCHES, PEELING
AND DENTS;
z UNAUTHORIZED REPAIRS AND/OR PARTS;
z COST OF INSTALLATION, SET-UP, DIAGNOSTIC CHARGES, REMOVAL OR
REINSTALLATION OF THE COVERED PRODUCT, EXCEPT AS PROVIDED
HEREIN;
z ACCESSORIES USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH A COVERED PRODUCT;
z ANY LOSS OTHER THAN A COVERED BREAKDOWN OF THE COVERED
PRODUCT;
z SERVICE WHERE NO PROBLEM CAN BE FOUND;
z BREAKDOWNS WHICH ARE NOT REPORTED WITHIN THE TERM OF THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY;
z IMPROPER INSTALLATION OF COMPONENTS OR PERIPHERALS;
z CORRUPTION OF ANY RECORDING MEDIA INCLUDING ANY PROGRAM,
DATA OR SETUP INFORMATION RESIDENT ON ANY HARD DRIVES AND
INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL REMOVABLE STORAGE DEVICES, AS A RESULT OF
THE MALFUNCTIONING OR DAMAGE OF AN OPERATING PART, OR AS A
RESULT OF ANY REPAIRS OR REPLACEMENT UNDER THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY;
z DAMAGE TO CLOTHING;
z COLOR FADING OF PICTURE FOR ANY TELEVISION;
z BURNED–IN PHOSPHOR (INCLUDING IMAGE GHOSTING), PIXEL BURNOUT
NOT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER’S SPECIFICATIONS.

WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR PRODUCT FAILS TO OPERATE:
z Call the 24 –hour customer service toll –free number at (866) 845-9436.

Many oversights, which are not covered under this Limited Warranty, can be
due to simple circumstances such as the Covered Product not being switched
on, being unplugged, or a fuse blown at the junction box. For a Covered
Product that uses batteries as the primary power supply, or a remote control
unit, please check that the batteries do not need replacing or recharging. SERVICE DELIVERABLES:
There is no deductible required to obtain service for Your Covered Product.

OTHER PROVISIONS:

Limit of Liability:
The limit of liability under this limited warranty is the least of the cost of (1) the
purchase price of the Covered Product excluding tax and delivery costs or (2)
authorized repairs not to exceed the purchase price of the Covered Product or
(3) replacement of the Covered Product with similar features or (4)
reimbursement for authorized repairs or replacement. Upon replacement,
there is no longer any obligation for the replaced product under this Limited
Warranty.

Limitations of Implied Warranty:
All Implied Warranties which may arise under state law, including all Implied
Warranties of Merchantability or Fitness for a particular purpose, are limited to
the duration of this Warranty and do not cover incidental or consequential
damages. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an Implied
Warranty lasts or the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the
above limitations or exclusions may not apply to You. This Warranty gives You
specific legal rights, and You may also have the other rights which vary from
state to state.

Transferability and Renewals:
This Limited Warranty is not transferable or renewable.

Subrogation:
If We pay for a loss, We may require You to assign Us Your rights of recovery
against others. We will not pay for a loss if You impair these rights to recover.
Your rights to recover from others may not be waived.

Arbitration:
In the event of a disagreement between You and Us concerning costs, either of
us may make a written demand for arbitration. This must be done within sixty
(60) days after the day You filed Your claim. Each of us will select an arbitrator.
The two arbitrators will select an umpire. Each of us will pay the expenses of
the arbitrator We select. The expenses of the umpire will be shared equally.
Unless both of us agree otherwise, arbitration will take place in the country and
state in which You live. Local rules apply. A majority decision will be binding.

Dist. by Wholesale Merchandisers, Inc.,
2929 Walker, N. W.,
Grand Rapids, MI 49544
Made in China

FCC part 15.21

Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.

FCC part 15.105

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:

z Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
z Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
z Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
z Consult the dealer or an experienced radio TV technician for help.

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