JBL Tune 500 BT User Manual

JBL Tune 500 BT

User Manual

JBL Tune 500 BT

  1. What’s in the Box

TUNE500BT

TUNE500BT

2. Over View

  1. Buttons & LEDs
Buttons & LEDs

2. Charging

Charging

3. Bluetooth Connections

  1. Turn on / off the Headphone
Turn on / off the Headphone

2) If connecting for the first time, the headphone will enter paring mode automatically after It is powered on.
3) Connect to Bluetooth device

Connect to Bluetooth device

4. Music Controls

Music Controls

5. Phone Call

 Phone Call

6. Voice Assistant

Voice Assistant

7. Seamlessly switch between devices

  1. Per and connect the headphone with the 1st Device. (see Section 3 Bluetooth Connection)
  2. Per and connect the headphone with the 211 Bluetooth Device
Seamlessly switch between devices

3. Connect to Bluetooth Device

Connect to Bluetooth Device
Connect to Bluetooth Device

Items to note:

a. Maxmum 2 devices can be connected simultaneously
b. To switch music source, pause the music on the current device and select play on the 2rc device.
c. Phone call will always take priority.
d. If one device goes out of bluetooth range or powers off, you may need to manually reconnect the remaining device. See Section 7 Step 3.

8. LED Behavior

LED Behavior
LED Behavior

9. Specification

  • Driver size: 32mm
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz — 20kHz
  • Bluetooth transmitted power: < 4dBm
  • Bluetooth transmitted modulation: GFSK, o/4 DQPSK, 8DPSK
  • Bluetooth frequency: 2.402 — 2.480GHz
  • Bluetooth Profile: BT 4.1, A2DP v1.2, AVRCP v1.5, HFP v1.6, HSP v1.2
  • Battery type: Lithium-ion Polymer (3.7V, 300mAH)
  • Charging time: 2 hrs
  • Music play time with BT on: 16 hrs
  • Weight: 0.155kg

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Corning Digital Hot Plate & Stirrer Instruction Manual

Instruction Manual

6795PR

For All Hot Plates, Stirrers, and Stirrer/Hot Plates with Digital Displays and for the 6795PR Temperature Controller

About This Manual

This manual is designed to assist you in optimal usage of your new hot plate, stirrer, stirrer/hot plat or temperature controller. The manual is available in English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese and Spanish in the product literature section of Coming’s website hop://www.coming.com/lifesciences. Product Voltages Hot planes, stirrers, and stirrer/hot plates are available in different voltages. Before initial me, check that the unit you received is the correct voltage for your location. Warranty Registration Filling out and mailing the attached Warranty Registration Card or submitting this information online at hnpl/www.coming.coin/lifesciences/wanantywill validate the hot plate, stirrer or stirrer/hot plate’s two year warranty.

Safety Information
This instruction manual contains important operating and maintenance instructions which must be read, understood, and followed by the prod-uct user. Failure to me this product according to this instruction manual may degrade or defeat the protection normally provided by this product. Read this instruction manual prior to product use and keep this instruc-tion manual for future reference.

Product Symbols

Product Symbols

Warnings
Personal Injug

  • Do nor use this product in a manner other than as stated in the Operating Conditions section of this manual as the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired.
  • This product is designed for me in laboratory environments by persons knowledgeable in safe laboratory practices.
  • Always wear safety glasses and other appropriate protective equipment when operating this product.

Electric Shock

  • This product must be connected to a grounded power outlet for safe functioning.
  • Use only the power cord supplied with the product.
  • The power cord is the device available for full disconnect from mains input.
  • Position the product for use so that the power cord can be easily dis-connected without having to move the product.
  • Disconnect the power cord before moving or cleaning the unit.

Product Damage

  • Keep the product dry and clean.
  • Do not immerse the product for cleaning.
  • The ceramic top may break if impacted.
  • The maximum gross weight placed on the top surface must not exceed 11Kg (25 lbs.)
  • These units are not explosion or spark proof. Do not heat or stir volatile or flammable materials.
  • Do not operate this product near volatile or flammable materials.
  • Do not use this product with a metal vessel.

Operating Conditions

Corning hot plates, stirrers, and stirrer/hot plates are designed m provide safe functioning under the following conditions:

  • Indoor use D Altitude up to 2000 meters (6,500 feet)
  • Ambient temperatures of 0°C to 30°C
  • Product should be placed on a flat surface at least 30.5 cm (12″) from walls, 122 cm (48″) from ceilings, and 30.5 cm (12″) from other hot plates if using multiple units.
  • Maximum relative humidity of 80% for temperatures up to 31°C, decreasing linearly to 50% relative humidity at 40°C.
  • Pollution Degree 2: Any foreign matter that may accumulate on or within the product during normal use is not electrically conductive.
  • Installation Category Product is designed for connection to an electrical branch circuit inside a building with main supply voltage fluctuations not exceeding *10% of the nominal voltage.

Product Controls and Indicator

Product Controls
  1. Power. Indicalm, Illuminates at all times when the product is properly connected to input power.
  2. Stir Control Knob: Turn it all the way counterclockwise to turn off stirring function. Turn it clockwise to set desired stirring speed.
  3. Stiffing Speed Display: Shows the speed set for stirring
  4. Heat Control Knob: Turn it all the way counterclockwise to turn off heating function. Turn it clockwise to set desired heating temperature.
  5. Heating Tetnperatax Display: Shows the temperature set for heating.
  6. Her Top Indicator: Illuminates when the temperature of the top is too hot to touch (greater than -60°C).
  7. Temperature Probe In Use Indicator: illuminates when the external temperature probe is connected to the unit.

Product Connections

  1. Power Cord Input Connect the supplied power cord into this External
  2. External Temperature Controller Input Connect the optional External emperature Controller (Coming Cat. No. 6795PR) into this connector.
Product Connections

To Connect the External Temperature Controller

  1. Turn the Stir Control Knob and Heat Control Knob to the OFF position.
  2. Disconnect power cord.
  3. Insert temperature controller connector into the input connector.
  4. Reconnect power cord.
  5. Product is now ready for use with External Temperature Controller. Repeat the above process when disconnecting the temperature controller.

Stirring Instructions
PC-410D, PC-420D, PC-610D, PC-620D

  1. Fill vessel with solution to be stirred.
  2. Place stir bar into vessel.
  3. Place vessel in the center of the top surface.
  4. Turn Stir Control Knob until the Stirring Speed Display shows the desired speed. The speed setting can be adjusted according to the table below.
Stirring Instructions
  • Flashing Display: The number will FLASH when actual stirring speed is nor at set speed.
  • Constant Display: The number will not flash when actual stirring speed is at the set speed.The number will remain constantly ON when the actual stirring speed is at the set speed.

5. When desired stirring is complete, turn the Stir Control Knob to the OFF position. Allow stir bar to cease rotation before removing the vessel from the unit.

6. Heating and stirring can be performed simultaneously with PC-420D and PC-620D models which offer both heating and stirring functions.

Please note that the viscosity of the stirred material will affect the ability of the stir bar to remain coupled to the rotating ring magnet. Materials of high viscosity must be stirred at slower speed settings.

Heating Instructions
(without rxtemal Temperature Controller)
PC-400D, PC-420D, PC-600D, and PC-620D

  1. Fill vessel with solution to be heated.
  2. If using a PC-420D or PC-620D and the stirring function, place stir bar Into vessel.
  3. Place vessel in the center of the top surface.
  4. Turn Heat Control Knob tuna the Heating Temperature Display shows the desired temperature. The temperature setting can be adjusted in 5°C increments.
  • Hashing Display The number shown on the Heating Temperature Display will FLASH when actual heating wmperature Is not at the set temperature.
  • Colorant ‘Apt,: The number shown on the Healing Temperature Display will remain constantly ON when the actual heating temper-ature is at the set temperature.
  • Hot Top Indicator The Hot Top Indicator will be ON at all times when the temperature of the top surface is too hot to touch (greater than approximately 60.q.
  • The Hot Top Indicator vrill FLASH when the Heat Control K.ol, is turned OFF, but the top surface is still too hot to touch.
  • The Hot Top Indicator will be OFF when the temperature of the top is less than approximately 60°C.

Caution: The Hot Top Indicator will turn OFF when the power cord is disconnected from the product even if the temperature of the top surface is still too hot to touch.

Heating Instructions
(with External Temperature Controller, Corning Catalog No. 6795PR)
PC-400D, PC-420D, PC-600D, PC-620D, and 6795PR

  1. Connect the External Temperature Controller to the connector on the back of the unit. – Temperature Probe in Use Indicator: This will illuminate when External Temperature Controller is properly connected.
  2. Fill vessel with solution to be heated.
  3. If using a PC-420D or PC-620D and the stirring function, place stir bar into vessel.
  4. Place vessel in the center of the top surface.

5. Insert the tip of the External Temperature Probe into the solution.

-The tip should be located in the center of the vessel and at approximately
one-half of the depth of the solution.
6. Secure the position of the External Temperature Controller by using a
ring stand/support rod and clamp.

-Assure that the cable of the External Temperature Controller does
not come into contact with the heating surface.
7. Turn Heat Control Knob until the Heating Temperature Display
shows the desired heating temperature.

-Flashing Display: The number shown on the Heating Temperature
Display will FLASH when the actual heating temperature is not at
the set temperature.

-Constant Display: The number shown on the Heating Temperature
Display will remain constantly ON when the actual heating temperature
is at the set temperature.

-Hot Top Indicator: The Hot Top Indicator will be ON at all times
when the temperature of the top surface is too hot to touch (greater
than ~60°C).

-The Hot Top Indicator will FLASH when the Heat Control Knob
is turned OFF but the top surface is still too hot to touch.

-The Hot Top Indicator will be OFF when the temperature of the
top is less than ~60°C.

Caution: The Hot Top Indicator will turn OFF when the power cord is disconnected from the product even if the temperature of the top surface is still too hot to touch.

Heating Operation Principles
The heating element and a temperature sensor are located just beneath the ceramic top surface of the product. The microprocessor controlled heat, generated by the heating element, is based upon the sensor temperature and the value set on the Heating Temperature Display. When the sensor temperature is not within range of the value set on the display, the display will FLASH. When the sensor temperature is within range, the value displayed will remain constantly ON. The Heating Temperature Display does not indicate the actual temperature of materials placed on top of the product or the actual temperature of the ceramic top surface.

The table below shows a typical difference between the temperature set on the Heating Temperature Display and the actual temperature measurement of the ceramic top surface:

Temperature Set

(The information above was taken using a 6795-420D with no top load
in 20°C ambient conditions)

Using the External Temperature Controller, Corning Inc. Cat. No.6795PR
enables precision temperature control of materials placed in vessels on top of
the product.

An External Temperature Controller is available for this product as an
accessory item. See page 11 for more details.

When the External Temperature Controller is connected to the product, the closed loop control process described previously is extended to include temperature input from the External Temperature Controller.

The microprocessor controlled heat, generated by the heating element, is based upon the sensor temperature located in the tip of the External Temperature Controller and the value set on the Heating Temperature Display. When the sensor temperature is not within range of the value set on the display, the display will FLASH. When the sensor temperature is within range, the value displayed will remain constantly ON.


When the External Temperature Controller is connected to the product and properly placed into a liquid on the top surface, then the Heating Temperature Display does indicate and directly control the actual temperature of the liquid on the top surface.

Caution: The top surface and the vessel used may be at substantially higher temperatures than indicated by the setting on the Heating Temperature Display as the controller regulates the liquid temperature inside the vessel.

Heating Operation Safety
The microprocessor controlled system has error routines built in to detect product operation in some unfavorable conditions. The type of error routines which may be active in a product varies depending upon the functionality of the model and the operating software version. If an error routine is engaged, the product will typically shut down. Some error routines will display an error code number in the left digital location of the Heating Temperature Display when the product is shut down. For more information on error codes, call Corning Technical Service at 978.442.2200.

A product shut down by an error routine must be disconnected and reconnected to mains input before it can be used again. Please contact Corning Inc. or a Corning Authorized Repair Facility if a product does not reset from the error routine shut down or if it continues to shut down after resetting.

Caution: Error routines built into these products do not substitute the need to use these products per the specified operating conditions and according to safe laboratory practices. There are potential failure modes in product functionality or in process of use that could result in uncontrolled or unexpected heating of the top surface. Reaction plans should be developed and safety precautions put in place based on the worse case scenario that any materials placed on the top surface could be subjected to a continuous supply of heat, raising the material temperature to levels in excess of 550°C.

Product Repair
There are no direct user serviceable components inside this series of products. A list of available replacement parts are listed on page 12. Please contact Corning or a Corning authorized repair facility for repair or maintenance issues.

Product Maintenance
Power

Caution: Disconnect power to the product by unplugging the power cord before performing any maintenance or inspection procedures.
◗ Inspect the power cord regularly and replace if damaged. Use only replacement power cords available from Corning and Corning authorized product distributors.

Ceramic Top Plate
◗ These products are supplied with Corning’s proprietary Pyroceram®
top that is easy to clean and highly resistant to scratches, corrosion, and chemical attack.
◗ The ceramic top may break during use if not properly maintained.
◗ Keep the ceramic top clean. A nonabrasive cleaner may be used to clean the ceramic top.
◗ Inspect the ceramic top for damage during cleaning.
◗ Discontinue product use if the ceramic top is chipped, etched, or
shows excessive scratching. A replacement top can be ordered. See page 12 for details.
◗ Contact Corning or a Corning authorized repair facility for top replacement.
General
◗ It is important to keep this product dry and clean.
◗ Remove minor exterior liquid spills promptly.
◗ Clean exterior surfaces with a nonabrasive cleaner. Do not reconnect product to power input until all cleaned surfaces have dried.
◗ If liquid or wet solid material gets inside the product, immediately disconnect power to the product and discontinue use. Contact Corning for additional instructions regarding interior spills.

Accessories

Optional Accessories

Optional Accessories

Replacement Parts

Replacement Parts

Technical Specifications

Technical Specifications

Product Size and Dimensions

Product Size and Dimensions

Frequently Asked Questions

◗ I have a beaker of water on my hot plate and set the temperature for 550°C. Why does the display setting blink and not remain constant?
The display will blink at any time when the temperature sensor is not within range of the set temperature value. The temperature measured by the sensor is a composite of the temperature of the heating element located beneath the sensor, the ceramic top above the sensor, and the very small air space around the sensor. Water requires a substantial amount of heat in order to boil yet remains at a constant temperature of 100°C for the duration of the boiling process. Although the heating element is producing maximum heat at the 550°C setting, the water consumes this heat so quickly during the boiling process that the heat is unable to raise the temperature measured by the sensor to within range of the 550°C set value.
◗ How long does it take to bring a beaker of water to boil?
Using a 600 mL PYREX® beaker with 400 mL of water at 25°C, it takes approximately 15 minutes to bring the water to a full, rolling boil.
◗ Can I use a metal tray on top of my Corning® hot plate?
No. The metal will act as a heat sink, and have a high probability of creating an abnormal heating condition. If an abnormal condition is detected, the product will shut down. A metal vessel will also scratch the ceramic top plate.
◗ The stir bar keeps decoupling. Why and what can I do to stop this?
These units are programmed to minimize decoupling. However, liquid viscosity, stir bar magnetic strength, vessel used, and speed changes can cause decoupling. High viscosity liquids must be stirred at slower speed settings. The magnetic strength of stir bars can weaken over time and may need to be replaced. Vessels used need to have thin, flat bottoms to insure optimal performance. Rapid decreases in stir speed can cause decoupling as the magnet slows down quicker than the stir bar and the liquid.
◗ What size vessel should I use?
Vessels used on the top of a hot plate must not be larger than the top plate.

◗ Corning sells replacement parts. Can I do the repairs myself instead of sending it in to Corning’s equipment repair department?
When repairs are completed by Corning or a Corning authorized repair facility, the performance and safety of the product will be verified before being returned to you. We do sell replacement parts so customers can complete repairs themselves. It is recommended that only people knowledgeable in electronics complete those repairs. There is no warranty or return on equipment replacement parts.

CE Declaration of Conformity
Corning Incorporated hereby declares under its sole responsibility that the following products:
◗ 6796-400D, 6796-410D, 6796-420D, 6796-600D, 6796-610D, 6796-620D
Conform to the following EU Directives:
◗ 73/23/EEC: Low Voltage Directive, as amended by 93/68/EEC
◗ 89/336/EEC: Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive, as amended by 92/31/EEC and 93/68/EEC
Presumption of compliance to these directives is supported through successful evaluation to the requirements of the following standards:
◗ IEC 61010-1: 2001 (Second Edition)
◗ IEC 61010-2-010: 2003 (Second Edition)
◗ IEC 61010-2-051: 2003 (Second Edition)
◗ EN61326-1
◗ EN61000-3-2, -3-3, -4-2, -4-3, -4-5, -4-6, -4-8, -4-11

Product Disposal
The “crossed-out wheelie bin” symbol, if present on the product, indicates that the product was planned for use in a country complying with the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment EU Directive, 2002/96/EC. This symbol indicates that this equipment must not be disposed of with unsorted municipal waste. It is the product user’s responsibility to correctly dispose of waste equipment by handing it over to an authorized facility for separate collection and recycling. It is the product user’s responsibility to decontaminate waste equipment from biological, chemical, and/or radiological hazards prior to disposal.
Additional information pertaining to the disposal of Corning stirrer/hot plates per the WEEE Directive can be obtained at www.corning.com/weee.

Warranty Statement
Corning Incorporated warrants this product to be free from defects in material and workmanship when used under normal laboratory conditions for two (2) years. This warranty begins from the date of the purchase by the end user.
This warranty is made in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied including the warranties of merchant ability and fitness for a particular purpose. Corning shall not be liable for loss or damages arising from the use of these products nor for consequential damages of any kind.
In the event this product fails under normal laboratory conditions with the specified period of time because of a defect in material or workmanship, Corning will, at its option, repair or replace the product. Contact the Corning Technical Information Center for return authorization and shipping instructions at:

◗ 1.800.492.1110 (for toll-free calling within the U.S. and Canada)
◗ 1.978.442.2200 (outside the U.S.), or
◗ contact your local Corning support office listed on the back cover of this manual.

Warranty Registration
Your purchase of this product must be registered with Corning in order for your warranty to be in effect.
Register by mail by detaching the Warranty Registration card from this instruction manual and mailing the completed card.
Or you can register online at http://www.corning.com/lifesciences/ warranty.

Your Purchase Record
Corning recommends that you record the details of your purchase in the spaces below for your future reference.

Model Number _____________________________________________________
Serial Number ______________________________________________________
Date Purchased/Received for use _______________________________________
Purchased From ____________________________________________________
Purchase Reference Number ______________________________

Corning Incorporated
Life Sciences
Tower 2, 4th Floor
900 Chelmsford St.
Lowell, MA 01851
t 800.492.1110
t 978.442.2200
f 978.442.2476
www.corning.com/lifesciences

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Bose Solo 5 User Manual

BOSE SOLO 5

Owner’s Guide

BOSE® SOLO 5
TV SOUND SYSTEM

Please read and keep all safety and use instructions.

Bose Corporation hereby declares that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 2014/53/EU and all other applicable EU directive requirements. The complete declaration of conformity can be found at: www.Bose.com/compliance

Important Safety Instructions

  1. Read these instructions.
  2. Keep these instructions.
  3. Heed all warnings.
  4. Follow all instructions.
  5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
  6. Clean only with a dry cloth.
  7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
  8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
  9. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
  10. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
  11. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
  12. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
  13. Refer all servicing to qualified personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.

WARNINGS/CAUTIONS

  • To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
  • Do NOT expose this apparatus to dripping or splashing, and do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on or near the apparatus.
  • Keep the product away from fire and heat sources. Do not place naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, on or near the product.
  • Do NOT make unauthorized alterations to the product.
  • Do NOT use a power inverter with this product.
  • Do NOT use in vehicles or boats.
  • The speaker wire and interconnect cables included with this system are not approved for in-wall installation. Please check your local building codes for the correct type of wire and cable required for in-wall installation.
  • Use this product only with the power supply provided.
  • Where the mains plug or appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain readily operable.
  • The batteries provided with this product may present a risk of fire or chemical burn if mishandled.
  • Do NOT expose products containing batteries to excessive heat (e.g. from storage in direct sunlight, fire or the like).
  • Only use the mounting hardware supplied with this product.
  • Do NOT mount on surfaces that are not sturdy, or that have hazards concealed behind them, such as electrical wiring or plumbing. If you are not sure about installing the bracket, contact a qualified professional installer. Ensure the bracket is installed according to local building code.
  • Due to ventilation requirements, Bose does not recommend placing the product in a confined space such as in a wall cavity or in an enclosed cabinet.

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:

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

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Bose Corporation could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules and ISED Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
CAN ICES-3 (B) / NMB-3 (B)
This device complies with FCC and ISED Canada RF radiation exposure limits set forth for general population. It must not be co-located or be operating in conjunction with any other antennas or transmitters.
This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment.
This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator and your body.
Model: 418775

About your TV sound system

Your TV sound system provides clear, spacious sound from one compact soundbar.

System features

  • Videostage® and TrueSpace® technologies deliver many of the benefits of a five- speaker home theater in a single soundbar.
  • Sleek and elegantly designed soundbar fits easily in front of your TV.
  • Connects with just one audio cable for easy setup.
  • Programmable universal remote powers on/off your TV, cable/satellite box and
  • system with the press of a single button.
  • Stream music from Bluetooth® devices.
  • Stores up to eight Bluetooth devices in its pairing list.
  • Connects up to two Bluetooth devices for easy switching between devices.
  • Mounting ring to hide the power supply behind your mounted TV.
  • Soundbar can be mounted on the wall (kit available separately).

Unpacking

Carefully unpack the carton and confirm that the following parts are included:

Unpacking

*May ship with multiple power cords. The appropriate power cord for your region is
supplied.

Note: If part of the system is damaged, do not use it. Contact your authorized Bose®
dealer or Bose customer service. Refer to the contact sheet in the carton.

Placing the soundbar

  • Stand the soundbar on its feet in front of your TV.
  • Do not place your TV on the soundbar.
  • Make sure there is an AC (mains) power outlet nearby.

To avoid wireless interference:

  • Keep other wireless equipment away from the soundbar.
  • Place the soundbar outside of and away from metal cabinets, other audio/video components and direct heat sources.

Sample soundbar placement

Sample soundbar placement

Wall mounting the soundbar

You can mount the soundbar on a wall. To purchase the WB-120 Wall Mount Kit, contact your local Bose® dealer or visit www.Bose.com
After wall mounting and setting up the soundbar, adjust the audio for better bass sound

CAUTION: Do not use any other hardware to mount the soundbar.

Cable options

Connect your TV to the soundbar using one of the two digital cable options. The optical cable is the preferred method for connection.

Note: If your TV does not have an optical or coaxial connector, see “Alternate Setup”
on page 27.

  1. On the back of your TV, locate the Audio OUT (digital) connector panel.

Note: You must connect the audio cable through your Audio OUT
connector panel.

TV

2. Choose an audio cable.

Connecting your TV

Insert one end of the audio cable into the correct Audio OUT (digital) connector on
your TV.

CAUTION: If using an optical cable, remove the protective caps from both ends.
Inserting the plug in the wrong orientation can damage the plug and/or the
connector.

Connecting your TV

Connecting the soundbar

After connecting the audio cable to your TV, connect the other end to your soundbar.
Use only one audio cable. For instructions on connecting a coaxial cable, see page 16.

Option 1: Optical cable (preferred)

CAUTION: Ensure you have removed the protective cap from both ends of the optical
cable. Inserting the plug in the wrong orientation can damage the plug and/or the connector.

  1. Hold the optical cable’s plug with the Bose logo facing down.
  2. Align the plug with the Optical connector on the soundbar and insert the plug
    carefully.

Note: The connector has a hinged door that swings inward when inserting the plug.

3. Firmly push the plug into the connector until you hear or feel a click.

Firmly push

Option 2: Coaxial cable

Insert the other end of the coaxial cable into the Coaxial connector on the soundbar.

Coaxial cable

Connecting to power

  1. Plug the power supply into the Power connector.
  2. Plug one end of the power cord into the power supply.
  3. Plug the other end into a live AC power (mains) outlet.
    The soundbar emits a tone.
Connecting to power

Mounting ring

To hide the power supply behind your mounted TV, use the mounting ring. Attach the mounting ring to your TV’s wall mount using zip ties or bread ties (not provided).

Turning off your TV speakers

To avoid hearing distorted sound, turn off your TV speakers. Refer to your TV’s owner’s guide for more information.

Powering on your soundbar

  1. Power on your TV.
  2. If you are using a cable/satellite box or other secondary source, power on the source.
  3. Press the Power button ( ) on the remote control. The status indicator glows green.
  4. Check if sound is coming from the soundbar.
Powering on your soundbar

Note: If you do not hear sound coming from the soundbar, see “Troubleshooting” on page 33.

Confirming your TV speakers are off

  1. Press the Mute button ( ) on the soundbar’s remote control.
  2. Check that no sound is coming from your TV.

Note: If you hear sound coming from your TV, see “Troubleshooting” on page 33.

Remote control buttons

Use the remote to control sources connected to your system, adjust the system volume, change channels, use playback functions, enable cable/satellite box functions and navigate source menus.

Remote control buttons

Programming the universal remote

You can program the universal remote to control your source, such as a TV, DVD/Blu-ray Disc™ player, cable/satellite box, game system or DVR, by entering the code for your source’s brand. There may be several codes for your source. You may need to perform this procedure multiple times to locate the correct code.

Programming the universal remote
Programming the universal remote

Customizing the power button

You can customize (power button) on your remote to power on/off your soundbar,
TV and cable/satellite box simultaneously.

  1. Program your remote to control your TV and cable/satellite box (see page 20).
  2. Press CBL-SAT and TV simultaneously and hold for 10 seconds.
    Both buttons flash three times.

Resyncing your cable/satellite box and TV

After customizing the power button, your cable/satellite box and TV may become out of sync and not power on/off simultaneously. Use the following steps to resync your soundbar.

  1. Press the source POWER button for the source that is out of sync.
  2. Press Source Power to power on/off the source.
  3. Press Power . Your sources power on/off simultaneously.

Switching between sources

You can switch from one source to another by pressing the appropriate source button
on the remote.

Note: Before you begin, ensure you have correctly programmed your sources.

  1. Press the button for the source you want to control.
    The source button glows.
  2. Press Source Power Button.
    The source powers on.
  3. Press TV Input and select the correct input on your TV.

Function buttons

The red, green, yellow and blue buttons on the remote control correspond with the
color-coded function buttons on your cable/satellite box or teletext functions.

  • Cable/satellite box functions: refer to your cable/satellite box’s owner’s guide.
  • Teletext functions: correspond with color-coded page numbers, headings or shortcuts on a teletext display.

Adjusting the volume

On the remote control:
Press to increase the volume.
Press to decrease the volume.
Press to mute or unmute the audio.
Note: If you hear sound coming from your TV, see “Troubleshooting” on page 33.

Adjusting the bass level

  1. Press the Bass button ( BASS).
    The status indicator blinks white three times.
  2. On the remote control:
    • Press + to increase the bass.
    • Press to decrease the bass.
  3. Press the Bass button ( BASS).
    The status indicator blinks white three times and the soundbar saves your settings.

Note: For optimal sound quality for dialogue-only programs, such as news and talk
shows, see “Dialogue mode.”

Resetting the bass level

On the remote control, press and hold BASS for five seconds to reset the bass level to
original factory settings.

The status indicator blinks white three times and remains solid white. The soundbar
returns to original factory settings.

Dialogue mode

Dialogue mode provides optimal sound quality for dialogue-only programs, such as
news and talk shows, by decreasing the soundbar’s bass settings.

Press the dialogue button ( ) to toggle between dialogue mode and your default audio
settings.

The status indicator glows amber when dialogue mode is enabled.

Auto-wake

You can set the soundbar to power on whenever a sound signal is received.
Note: The soundbar powers off after 60 minutes of inactivity.

Press and hold POWER Button on the remote for five seconds until you hear a tone to toggle between auto-wake and default power settings.

The status indicator glows dim amber when the soundbar is off and auto-wake
is enabled.

Programming a non-Bose remote control

You can program a non-Bose remote control, such as your cable/satellite box remote,
to control the soundbar. Refer to your non-Bose remote control’s owner’s guide or
cable/satellite website for instructions.

Once programmed, the non-Bose remote performs basic functions such as power on/off and volume.

Pairing a Bluetooth® device

Bluetooth® wireless technology enables you to stream music from Bluetooth
smartphones, tablets, computers or other audio devices to the soundbar.
Before you can stream music from a Bluetooth device, you must pair your device with
the soundbar.

  1. On the remote control, press the Bluetooth button until the Bluetooth indicator
    blinks blue. Make sure the Bluetooth indicator blinks blue before you pair your device.
  2. On your Bluetooth device, turn on the Bluetooth feature.

Tip: The Bluetooth feature is usually found in Settings. A gear icon ( Gear) often
represents Settings on the Home screen.

Bluetooth feature

3. Select Bose Solo 5 system from your device list. Once paired, the Bose Solo 5 system appears connected in the device list.

4. On your Bluetooth device, play music to stream to your soundbar.

If you cannot pair your device

You may need to clear the soundbar’s Bluetooth pairing list (see page 25). After you
clear the list, try pairing again. See “Troubleshooting” on page 33 for more information.

Connecting to a paired Bluetooth® device

You can stream audio from a Bluetooth device to the soundbar.

Note: If there are multiple devices stored in the soundbar’s pairing list, it may take
a minute or two for the paired device to connect. The soundbar’s Bluetooth
indicator shows connection status (see page 26).

  1. On the remote control, press .
    The soundbar connects to the last two devices that streamed to your soundbar.
  2. Once connected, on the Bluetooth device, play music.

If you cannot stream audio from a paired device
The soundbar may have lost connection to your device. Check the soundbar’s Bluetooth indicator. If the paired device is out of range of the soundbar, move your device within range.

Switching between connected devices

The soundbar supports multi-point connectivity, which allows you to seamlessly switch
playing music between connected devices.

The last two devices that streamed to the soundbar remain connected. During playback, you can pause audio on the streaming device, and then play music from another connected device.

  1. Pause music from the streaming device.
  2. On another connected device, play music.
  3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to switch between connected devices.

Clearing the soundbar’s Bluetooth® pairing list

When you pair a Bluetooth® device to the soundbar, the connection is stored in the
soundbar’s pairing list. You may need to clear the pairing list if you cannot connect to a
device. Once you clear the list, you need to pair the device again.

  1. Press and hold for 10 seconds, until the Bluetooth indicator blinks blue.
  2. On your mobile device, delete Bose Solo 5 system from the Bluetooth menu.
    The soundbar emits a tone and is ready to pair to a device (see page 24).

Soundbar indicators

The status and Bluetooth® indicators on the front of the soundbar provide information
on soundbar activity.

Soundbar indicators

Status indicator

Status indicator

Bluetooth indicator

Bluetooth indicator

You may need to use an alternate setup method for the following reasons:
• No sound from a source(s) connected to your TV.
• No optical or coaxial connector on your TV.

No sound from a source(s) connected to your TV
Some TVs do not deliver sound from connected sources to the soundbar. Use an
alternate setup method to directly connect your source(s) to the soundbar.

connected to your TV

No optical or coaxial connector on your TV
Some TVs do not have optical or coaxial connectors. Use an alternate setup method to
connect your TV to the soundbar.

No optical or coaxial

Connecting a source to the soundbar
If you do not get sound from a source, such as a DVD/Blu-ray Disc™ player, cable/
satellite box, game system or DVR, connected to your TV, connect it to the soundbar.
Use only one audio cable.

CAUTION: If using an optical cable, remove the protective caps from both ends. Inserting the plug in the wrong orientation can damage the plug and/or the connector.

  1. On the back of your source, locate the Audio OUT (digital) connector panel.
Soundbar connector panel

2. Choose an audio cable.

3. If you have not already, disconnect your TV from the soundbar.

4. Connect the audio cable from your cable/satellite box’s Audio OUT (digital)
connector panel to the soundbar.

Note: Do not disconnect your source’s video cable, such as an HDMI™ cable, from
your TV.

Connecting a source’s analog connector to the soundbar
If your source does not have an optical or coaxial connector, and only has analog
connectors (red and white), use a 3.5 mm to RCA stereo cable (not provided) to connect to the soundbar.

  1. If you have not already, disconnect your TV from the soundbar.
  2. Insert the RCA analog cable into the Audio OUT RCA (red and white) connectors on your source.
  3. Insert the stereo plug into the soundbar’s AUX connector.
Soundbar connector panel

Connecting two sources to the soundbar
If you do not get sound from any source, such as a DVD/Blu-ray Disc™ player,
cable/satellite box, game system or DVR, connected to your TV, connect it to the
soundbar. Use only one audio cable for each source.

  1. On the back of each source, locate the Audio OUT (digital) connector panel.
  2. Choose a separate audio cable for each source using either Option 1 or Option 2
    (see page 31).
    Note: You MUST use either Option 1 or Option 2. Do not use the coaxial cable and
    optical cable at the same time.
  3. If you have not already, disconnect your TV from the soundbar.
  4. Separately connect the chosen audio cable from each source’s Audio OUT (digital) connector panel to the soundbar.

Note: Do not disconnect your source’s video cable, such as an HDMI™ cable, from
your TV.

Option 1
This figure shows two source connections using an optical cable and 3.5 mm to RCA
stereo cable (not provided).

CAUTION: If using an optical cable, remove the protective caps from both ends.
Inserting the plug in the wrong orientation can damage the plug and/or the connector.

Audio OUT Source

Option 2
This figure shows two source connections using a coaxial cable and 3.5 mm to RCA
stereo cable (not provided).

Option 2

Using two sources connected to the soundbar
Power off sources when not in use. In order for one source to deliver audio to the soundbar, your other source must be off.

Connecting a TV headphones connector to the soundbar
If your TV only has a headphones connector, use a 3.5 mm stereo cable (not provided)
to connect it to the soundbar.

  1. Insert the stereo plug into the TV headphones connector.
  2. Insert the other end of the cable into the AUX connector on your soundbar.
  3. Ensure your TV speakers are on. Refer to your TV’s owner’s guide for
    more information.
  4. To ensure optimal volume control from your soundbar,

• Set your TV’s volume to 75 percent of maximum.
• Next, set the volume level of your soundbar using the remote control.

TV headphones connector panel

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting

Adjusting the audio for wall mounting
After wall mounting the soundbar, adjust the audio for better bass sound.
Press and hold for five seconds.
Tip: If you remove the soundbar from the wall, repeat to return the soundbar to default
audio settings.

Replacing the remote batteries

Replace both batteries when the remote control stops operating or its range seems
reduced. Use Alkaline batteries.

  1. Slide open the battery compartment cover on the back of the remote.
  2. Remove both batteries.
  3. Dispose of the batteries according to the regulations in your area.
  4. Insert two AA (IEC-LR6) 1.5V batteries or the equivalent. Match the + and – symbols on the batteries with the + and – markings inside the compartment.
  5. Slide the battery compartment cover back into place.
Replacing the remote batteries

Cleaning

  • Clean the surface of the system with a soft, dry cloth.
  • Do not use any sprays near the system. Do not use any solvents, chemicals or cleaning solutions containing alcohol, ammonia or abrasives.
  • Do not allow liquids to spill into any openings.

Customer service

For additional help, contact Bose Customer Service. Refer to the contact sheet in
the carton.

Limited warranty

Your system is covered by a limited warranty. Visit our website at global.Bose.com/warranty for details of the limited warranty.

To register your product, visit global.Bose.com/register for instructions. Failure to
register will not affect your limited warranty rights.

Technical Information

Input rating
Input: 20VDC, 30W MAX.

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Bissell Proheat 2x Revolution User Manual

User Manual

PROHEAT 2X®
REVOLUTION™
PET PRO

USER GUIDE 2066 SERIES

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Bissell Proheat 2x
Bissell Proheat 2x

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING YOUR DEEP CLEANER.
When using an electrical appliance, basic precautions should be observed, including the following

WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury:

  • Unplug from electrical socket when not in use and before cleaning, maintaining or servicing the appliance.
  • This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
  • Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
  • If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
  • Do not run appliance over cord.
  • Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers, and all parts of body away from openings and moving parts of the appliance and its accessories.
  • Use only the type and amount of liquids specified under the Operations section of this guide.
  • Do not leave appliance when plugged in.
  • Always connect to a properly earthed electrical socket. Do not modify earthed plug.
  • Do not allow to be used as a toy.
  • Use only as described in the user guide.
  • Use only manufacturer’s recommended attachments.
  • Do not use with damaged cord or plug.
  • Do not immerse in water or liquid. Use only on surfaces moistened by the cleaning process.
  • If appliance is not working as it should, has been dropped, damaged, left outdoors, or dropped into water; do not attempt to operate it and have it repaired at an authorized service center.
  • Liquid must not be directed towards equipment containing electrical components.
  • Do not pull or carry by cord, use cord as a handle, close door on cord, or pull cord around sharp edges or corners.
  • Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
  • Do not unplug by pulling on cord.
  • To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
  • Do not handle plug or appliance with wet hands.
  • Do not put any object into openings.
  • Do not use with any opening blocked; keep free of dust, lint, hair, and anything that may reduce air flow.
  • Turn off all controls before unplugging.
  • Use extra care when cleaning on stairs.
  • Do not use to pick up flammable or combustible liquids, such as petrol, or use in areas where they may be present.
  • Do not pick up toxic material (chlorine bleach, ammonia, drain cleaner, etc.)
  • Do not use appliance in an enclosed space filled with vapors given off by oil base paint, some mothproofing substances, flammable dust, or other explosive or toxic vapors.
  • Do not pick up hard or sharp objects such as glass, nails, screws, coins, etc.
  • Keep appliance on a level surface.
  • Do not carry appliance while in use.
  • Unplug before attaching the TurboBrush™ tool.
  • Do not pick up anything that is burning or smoking, such as cigarettes, matches, or hot ashes.
  • If your appliance is fitted with a nonrewireable BS 1363 plug it must not be used unless a 13 amp (ASTA approved to BS 1362) fuse is fitted in the carrier contained in the plug. Spares may be obtained from your BISSELL supplier. If for any reason the plug is cut off, it must be disposed of, as it is an electric shock hazard should it be inserted into a mains socket.
  • Do not expose to rain. Store indoors.
  • Always install float before any wet pick-up operation.
  • Plastic film can be dangerous. To avoid danger of suffocation, keep away from children.
  • Have servicing performed by a qualified repair person using only identical replacement parts. This will ensure that the safety of the product is maintained.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR OPERATION ON A 220-240 VOLT A.C. 50-60 HZ POWER SUPPLY ONLY.
This model is for household use only.

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Assembly

WARNING
Do not plug in your deep cleaner until you are familiar with all instructions and operating procedures.

Your deep cleaner comes in four easy-to-assemble components and an accessory bag.
• Base
• Upper Handle
• Clean Water Tank
• Carry Handle

A Phillips screwdriver is
required for Assembly in
Step 3.
First, insert the (aluminum)Upper Handle
align the carry handle
Use a Philips screwdriver
Wrap the cord around
Side View

Thanks for buying a BISSELL carpet cleaner!

We love to clean and we’re excited to share one of our innovative products with you. We want to make sure your carpet cleaner works as well as it does today for years to come, so this guide has tips on using (pages 7-12), maintaining (pages 13-17), and if there’s a problem, troubleshooting (page 18). In just a few simple assembly steps, you’ll be ready to deep clean. Flip to the Quick Start Guide on page 3 and let’s get started!

Package Contents

Package Contents
  1. Upper Handle
  2. 1 Screw attached to
    Upper Handle
  3. Base with Dirty Water Tank
  4. Clean Water Tank
  5. Carry Handle
  6. Trial Size BISSELL Formulas (3)
  7. Accessory bag & hose
  8. Tough Stain Tool
  9. 2-in-1 Pet Upholstery Tool
  10. Nozzle Clean Out Tool

NOTE: Standard accessories may vary by model. To identify what should be included with your purchase, please refer to the “Carton Contents” list located on the carton top flap.

Getting to Know Your Deep Cleaner

Front View
Front view
Rear View
Rear View

Cleaning Formulas

WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire and electric shock due to internal component damage, use only BISSELL cleaning fluids intended for use with the deep cleaner.

Keep plenty of genuine BISSELL formula on hand so you can clean whenever it fits your schedule.

Always use genuine BISSELL deep cleaning formulas. Non-BISSELL cleaning formulas may harm the machine and may void the guarantee.

PRETREAT

2X* CONCENTRATED CLEANING FORMULAS

WASH and PROTECT
WASH & REMOVE
WASH & REFRESH

ONLY BISSELL Wash & Protect formulas protect from future stains with Scotchgard™ Protector.

Scotchgard™ is a trademark of 3M®.
*60 mL of 2X concentrated formula is equivalent to 120 mL of non-concentrated formula.

Tips Before Carpet Cleaning

• If cleaning an entire room, consider moving your furniture to another area.
• Remove loose dirt and impediments.
• Pre-treat stains with BISSELL PreTreat to improve performance on tough stains and ground-in dirt.

Filling Your Clean Water Tank:
2X Concentrated Formula

Clean Water Tank
Lift the clean water tank
Unscrew the cap from the clean water tank.
align the clean water
tank

FORMULA FILLING INSTRUCTIONS

BISSELL 2X Concentrated Formulas

DEEP CLEAN MODE

Fill water to the Water Fill Line, then add 74 mL of formula.

EXPRESS CLEAN MODE

Fill water to the Water Fill Line, then add 37 mL of formula.

NOTE: Fill with hot (140°F/60°C MAX) tap water and add the appropriate BISSELL solution. DO NOT USE BOILING WATER. DO NOT HEAT WATER OR TANK IN MICROWAVE. Do not substitute BISSELL Cleaning Formula with other household cleaning products.

NOTICE: Do not over wet carpet. Be careful not to run over loose objects or edges of area rugs. Stalling the brush may result in premature belt failure.

Always use genuine BISSELL deep cleaning formulas. Non-BISSELL cleaning solutions may harm the machine and may void the guarantee.

Cleaning Your Carpet

Plug into a properly earthed outlet.
cleaning mode
Press the power button to turn the machine on
Clean

Deep Clean Mode:

  1. Press the spray trigger to apply solution while making 2 slow wet passes – 1 forward and 1 back.
  2. Release the trigger.
  3. Make 2 slow dry passes – 1 forward and 1 back, to suck up the dirty solution. (Do not hold down the trigger for this step.)

Express Clean Mode:

  1. Press the spray trigger to apply solution while making 2 wet passes – 1 forward and 1 back.
  2. Release the trigger.
  3. Make 2 dry passes – 1 forward, 1 back to suck up the dirty solution. (Do not hold down the trigger for this step.)

NOTE: In Express Clean Mode, the dirty tank will not get as full as when cleaning with Deep Clean Mode.

NOTICE: To prevent damage to Berber carpets, avoid repeated strokes in
the same area.

Bare Floor Cleaning*

With the machine unplugged
Plug into a properly
grounded outlet and press
the power button
When finished, unplug the
machine

Area Rug Cleaning

Important! Please check manufacturer’s tag before cleaning area rugs for any specialized cleaning instructions. We do not recommend deep cleaning delicate, silk, wool, antique or area rugs without a manufacturer’s tag.

Regularly clean your high-traffic area rugs in Express Clean Mode:

  • Check the manufacturer’s tag.
  • Select Express Clean Mode.
  • When cleaning area rugs, place the rug on a sealed surface to test for colorfastness in an inconspicuous area. Your cleaner should not be used on unsealed surfaces.
  • Important: Keep the foot of the deep cleaner perpendicular to the rug’s edge with each cleaning pass to prevent damage.

Cleaning with Hose & Tool

  1. Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers, and all parts of body away from openings and moving parts. Brushroll continues to rotate when in the upright position.
  2. Brushroll continues to turn while product is turned on and handle is in upright position. To avoid damage to carpet, rugs, furniture and flooring, avoid tipping cleaner or setting it on furniture, fringed area rugs, or carpeted stairs during tool use.
  3. The brushroll remains on while cleaning with the hose and tool. Do not allow cleaner to sit in one location for an extended period of time, as damage to floor can result.
Lift the accessory hose door
Insert the hose and snap into place
Attach the tool to the end of the  hose.
Press the spray trigger button to spray

NOTE: If using the Deep Reach Tool (select models only) or Pet Stain Tool (select models only) be sure the needles of the tool are pressed down into the carpet so the spray gets into the carpet fibers.

Cleaning with CleanShot

Press the CleanShot
Spray will continue until you turn it
off

Completely cover the stain with CleanShot® spray. Allow the stain to soak. To extract, maneuver the foot of the machine over the stain to brush and remove.

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Craftsman Garage Door Opener Programming Manual

Owner’s Manual

Craftsman

GARAGE DOOR OPENER
A bridor de puerta de cochera
MODEL/MODELO 200.57933

Read and follow all safety rules and operating instructions before first use of this product. Fasten the manual near the garage door after installation. Periodic checks of the opener are required to ensure safe operation.
DO NOT install on a one-piece door.

Sears Brands Management Corporation, Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A
www.craftsman.com

READ WARNINGS CAREFULLY to prevent SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH caused by
electrocution or mechanical hazard.

Inventory

Inventory
Inventory

*See Accessories in Repair Parts section of this manual for purchase information.

Programming 1– Button Remote

Warning

To prevent SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH:

  • Keep remote and battery out of reach of children.
  • NEVER permit children to access the wall panel nor remotes.
  • Operate the door ONLY when it is properly adjusted, and there are no obstructions present.
  • ALWAYS keep a moving door in sight until completely closed. NEVER cross the path of a moving door.

To reduce risk of fire, explosion or electric shock:

  • DO NOT short circuit, recharge, dissemble or heat the battery.
  • Replace with 23AE 12 volt batteries ONLY. Dispose of batteries properly

To Program Remote(s):

Fig-1
  1. See Fig.2 to add a remote. Press the “LEARN” button on the rear control panel of the opener. The courtesy light will illuminate with an audible click*. The unit is now ready to learn a remote.
  2. Within 30 seconds, press the button on the remote.
  3. The courtesy light will flash twice indicating remote has been stored successfully**.
Fig-2

Up to 20 remotes (including keyless entry pad codes) can be added to the unit by repeating the above procedures.

If more than 20 remotes are stored, the first stored remote will be replaced. (i.e. the 21st remote replaces the 1st stored remote.)

  • If the courtesy light is already on, it will flash once and stay illuminated for 30 seconds.
    ** If a remote is not accepted, the courtesy light will stay on for 30 seconds, flash 4 times and then stay on for 2-1/2 minutes. Retry programming the remote by repeating the steps above.

Removing all Remotes:

Fig-3

To remove all remotes from memory, press and hold the “LEARN” button for 5 seconds. The courtesy light will flash 7 times indicating all remotes have been removed from memory.

Replacing Remote Battery:

Fig-4

When the battery of the hand held remote is low, the indicator light will become dim and/or the range of the remote will diminish. To replace the battery, remove the battery cover from the remote as shown in Fig 4. Replace with a 23AE 12 volt alkaline battery with polarity shown in Fig.4.

This device complies FCC rules for HOME OR OFFICE USE. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Programming Keyless Entry Pad *

To purchase a keyless entry pad, visit a Craftsman outlet, call 1-888-331-4569, or go online to www.craftsman.

Warning: To prevent SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH:

  • Keep remote and battery out of reach of children.
  • NEVER permit children to access the wall panel, push button nor remotes.
  • Operate door only when it is adjusted properly with no obstructions to door travel and is in clear sight.
  • ALWAYS keep a moving door in sight until completely closed. NO ONE should cross the path of a moving door.
    To reduce risk of fire, explosion or electric shock:
  • DO NOT short circuit, recharge, disassemble or heat battery.
  • Replace with 1.5 volt AAA batteries ONLY. Dispose of batteries properly.

To Add Personal Codes:

To Add Personal Codes:
  1. Press the “LEARN” button on the rear control panel, “OK” LED will glow and beep. The unit is ready to accept a remote in the next 30 seconds as shown in Fig.1.
  2. Enter a 1 – 6 digit personal code on the keyless entry within 30 seconds and press/release “ENTER” button. “OK” LED will flash and beep twice indicating personal code is stored in memory.

Up to 20 personal codes (including 1-button remotes) can be added to the unit by repeating the above procedures. If more than 20 personal codes are stored, the previously stored one from the very beginning will be replaced, (i.e. the 21st remote replaces the 1st stored one.)

Removing ALL Personal Code(s):
To remove ALL personal code(s) and/or remotes from memory, press and hold the “LEARN” button for 5 seconds. “OK” LED will flash and beep, indicating all codes/remotes have been removed from memory.

Mounting the Keyless Entry:

Mounting the Keyless Entry

Keyless entry may be secured on door jamb face outside your garage. Locate keyless entry within sight of door at minimum height of 5 feet (1.5m), ensure it is away from reach of children and moving parts of door and hardware. Test the reception of the keyless entry before mounting. Change location for better reception if necessary.

Use the mounting holes on the keyless entry as template to mark position on the mounting surface. To attach to a wooden surface use the screws provided. In case of a drywall surface, drill holes and use drywall anchors provided.

Replacing Keyless Entry Battery:

When the battery of keyless entry is low, dimmed illumination is observed. To replace battery, remove the battery cover by loosening the screws underneath, and replace the battery with two1.5 volt AAA batteries.

Operating the Opener

Warning: To prevent SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH:

  • READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS IN THE OWNER’S MANUAL AND LABELS
  • Keep remote and battery out of reach of children.
  • NEVER permit children to access the wall panel or remotes.
  • Operate the door ONLY when it is properly adjusted, and there are no obstructions and is in clear sight.
  • ALWAYS keep a moving door in sight until completely closed. NEVER cross the path of a moving door.
  • If travel limit adjustment is made, force adjustment may also needed.
  • After ANY adjustments, the safety reverse test MUST be performed to ensure the door reverses on contact with a 1-1/2” thick object (2×4 laid flat).
  • ALWAYS ensure that your door is balanced and in good working condition.
Actual Operating Scenario

Actual Operating Scenario

Activating the Opener

Activating the Opener

Door Status vs. Activation

Door Status vs. Activation

Courtesy Light Responses

Courtesy Light Responses

Warning: To prevent SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH:

  • Use emergency release to disconnect trolley ONLY when the door is CLOSED to prevent unexpected rapid falling in case of a unbalanced / poor-conditioned door.
  • Use emergency release ONLY when doorway is clear of persons and obstructions.
  • DO NOT use emergency release to pull the door open or closed.

In case of a power failure or door obstruction, PULL EMERGENCY knob to release door from opener.

Trolley

To Disconnect Trolley for Manual Operation
With the door closed, pull down the emergency release knob to the DISCONNECT position. The door can be raised / lowered manually.

To Re-connect Trolley
Pull the knob toward the opener so that the lever will flip up to the CONNECT position. The trolley will reconnect itself when the opener is activated or when the door is manually opened/ closed

Maintenance

Maintenance

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

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QCY TWS Bluetooth Earphones Manual [QCY-Q29]

QCY-Q29

Instruction Manual

Instruction Manual

QCY-Q29

QCY
TWS Bluetooth Earphones
Model: QCY-Q29

Startup

A. Pick up and assemble one among them

assemble one

Middle size ear tip is suggested to try first as It suits most people

B. How to wear

How to wear

Adjust its end towards mouth

Mono Mode – Manual Pairing
(Mono Mode either of the two units can be used Independently)

Mono Mode

Main unit(R) will enter pairing mode once switched on (red and white Indicator lashes slowly) Hold MFB for is and Auxiliary unit(L) will enter pairing mode(red and white indicator Hashes slowly) Activate Bluetooth function on the phone, search and touch the pairing name to connect Pairing name: Left earphone(QCY-Q29L) Right earphone (OCY-Q29_R)

Stereo Mode -Maiden Using
(Stereo Mode: Connect the two units In series then use them as a pair of stereo earphone)

Stereo Mode
  1. ‘fear off the stickers of both un s, then put the units Into the charging dock activating hem.
  2. Get the main one out of the doc ,turn on cellphone’s Bluetooth facility to search for QCY-029_R and touch It to connect
  3. Pull the auxiliary unit(L) up then move the unit approaching the main one

Stereo Mode -Manual Pairing
(When the two units fail to pair with each other)

Stereo Mode -Manual Pairing
  1. Pair the main unit(R) with cellphone at first
  2. Turn the main one off when the process 1 is done successfully
  3. Hold QCY button sof both unhurt. white indicator are on
  4. Wait them to connect with each other

Stereo Mode – Manual Pairing(Alternative)
1. Take two units out and peel away their stickers. In power-off status, hold MFBs of the two units for 8s to enter pairing mode(white light is on constantly). Then, two units will be paired automatically in approximately 5s. At Met, switch off the main unit(P) and the auxiliary unit(l) will be turned off automatically.

Stereo Mode - Manual Pairing(Alternative)

2. Hold MFB of the main unit(P) for 5s to enter searching mode(red and white light blinks alternately). Then turn on Bluetooth facility on cellphone to search for “(10,02g _R’ and touch It to pair.

3. Switch on the auxiliary unit(3) by holding Its MFB for 3s( white light blinks). Approach it to the main unit(B). Then, both units will be paired with each other automatically In

Notes: If the main unit (PI have been connected with a Bluetooth device butte auxiliary unit(L)can not be connected with the main unit(13)automatically(two units fall to connect with each other), please switch off both of them then hold their MFBs together for appropriately Be to enter pairing mode.

Charging
Red Indicator will flash with voice prompt to imply the condition of low battery (White light Is on to show charging status while off, full charged)
Note: Red Light will flash when the earphone is inserted in the dock which means the connection works well.

Charging

Put the units inside (charging contacts should be set Properly)

Charging for the Dock
Red indicator will be on when the dock Is charging, When it is full charged, blue indicator will be on instead

Charging for the Dock

Charge It by USB cable

Mono Mode
Power-on
Hold MFB for roughly 3s(white light will be on) If the unit is charging in the dock, it will be activated whenever you take it out

 Power-on

Power-off
Hold MFB for roughly 3s(red light will be on)

Power-off

Reject a call
Hold MFB for is to reject an incoming call

Reject a call

Answer a call
Press MFB to answer an incoming call Press it again to end

Answer a call

Redial
The last outgoing call Double press ME8 during stand-by

Redial

Mute
Double press MFR when you are on the call

Mute

Three-way Talking
Activate call waiting facility on your phone(for more details please refer your phone’s manual).

  1. Whenever you are on the phone and there is an incoming call at the same time, please press MFB to answer the second one.
  2. Supposing you have two incoming calls at the same time, the first one is talking while the second is holding, you may switch their statuses by double pressing MFB.

Pause/Resume Press
MFB to nausea resume when single unit is connected with cellphone.

Voice Control
Hold MFB for is to activate voice assistant.ilike Sid)

Switch Voice between Earphone and Cellphone Hold MFB for 1s to switch during calling.

Re-connection with cellphone in mono mode When single unit is power-of-tat first switch it on(white light Is on) then press MFB to re-connect with the last cellphone once connected(the unit has to be connected before)

Stereo
Mode Power-on Hold MPH for roughly 3s(white light will be on) If the units are charging In the dock, they will be activated whenever you take them out

Power-off
Two units are in series connection while the main unit(R) is connected with cellphone, hold MFB of either of them for about 4s, they will be switched off at the same time (red lights are on)

Media Sharing between two Units
Two units are in series connection while the main unit(R) is connected with cellphone, press MFB of either of them to play or pause music and you can enjoy songs by both units together Note: Only the main unit(R) is available to answer a call

How to Connect Units in Series and Share Media

  1. When the main unit(R) Is charging In the dock, It will be activated and re-connect with cellphone by itself soon as you take It out from the dock. Pull the auxiliary unit(L) up and It will be tumed on and re-connect with the main unIt(R).
  2. Suppose that two units fail to connect with each other, connect the main unit(R) with cellphone and play music then press MFB of the main unit)R) three times so as to re-connect It with the auxiliary unit(1).
Character

After Service and Support
Warranty period:
12 months following the purchase date.

Free service:
Under warranty, if there is any breakdown caused by manufacturing defects, please contact our dealers to enjoy free maintenance. You will always need this Warranty Card and your receipt or other proof of purchase to claim warranty

Free maintenance won’ t be available under the followingcircumstances:

  1. Without Warranty Card or intact maintenance label.
  2. Damage caused by Improper disassembly or repair.
  3. Damage resulting from liquid or dropping, and other artiflcialmechanical defects
  4. Damage caused by any force majeure
Hazardous

Lifespan:
As the booklet states, the eco-Iffespan of the item is 5 years while using It in normal ways. During the period, no dangerous material will be leaked. The item mustberecyded bythelocal law.

Tips

  1. Before using the headset, please read the manual carefully and keep it for future references.
  2. The headset need to be fully charged prior to first-time
  3. If the headset is left unused for over two weeks, please recharge it periodically.
  4. Please use the chargers made by qualified manufacturer.
  5. 1f the headset cannot be found by your phone, please check whether it is in pairing mode; if left unconnected for a long while, the headset will exit pairing mode, please re-enter the mode; If a procedure error of your phone occurs, reboot it; if a procedure error of the headset occurs, reboot or reset it.
  6. If the two units can not connect with each other automatically when switched on. Please hold the MFB of both units until the white light Is on then move them approaching each other and wait for the connection completed.

Caveats

  1. Never disassemble or modify your headset for any reasons to avoid any damages and danger.
  2. Do not store the headset In extreme temperatures (under 0°C or over 45°C).
  3. Avold using the indicator dose to the eyes of children or animals.
  4. Do not use this headset during a thunderstorm to avoid Irregular function and increased risk of electric shock.
  5. Do not use harsh chemicals or strong detergents to clean the headset.
  6. Keep the headset dry.

Notes: Please arrange using time properly since your hearing may be damaged by using the device for a long time.

For any after service, please contact QCY customer-service

Perform standard: Q/HL 1-2016
Web: www.qcybluetooth.corn
Manufacturer. Dongguan Hele Electronics Co., Ltd.
Address: Dalingya Industrial Zone, Daojlao Town. Dongguan City, Guangdong ProWnce(QCY Environmental Zone,Dayaling No.S, Yuehui Road)

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i7s TWS Earphones User Manual

Instruction Manual

TWS Earphones  i7s

TWS Earphones
Model:i7s

Specifications:
True wireless stereo (TW5), real no wires design, individual left and right channel. HIFI sound, both the left and right earbud are Bluetooth enabled, could be used separately, or used as one pair.

Specifications

About pairing:

  1. Pairing with one garland, long press the multifunction button until the led flashing in red and blue al.rnatey then turn on the Bluetooth on your device and select- HBQ-17tvis on your list, there would be reminding voice saying” connected’ , then you could enjoy music or making phones calls. it supports reporting incoming calls.
  2. Pairing with both sides:
    a. long press the multi-function buttons of both sides at the same time until the led flashing in red and blue alternately;
    b.then double click EITHER side to enter pairing mode, there would be reminding voice. reedy to pair’ ;
    c. Turn on the Bluetooth on your device and choose” HBQ-17TWS”. connect when the led fWsh slowly in blue, they pair successfully. Battery status display on your cellphone

NOTE: THERE would be only one earbud working when making/answering phone calls, but both sides could control power off/play/pause function individually when connected, the other one would be synchronized. Memory function supports connecting devices automatically if being

Bluetooth usage:

1.Making phone calls:
Be sure the earphone connected with your mobile phone, and then you can make phone calls. When making calls, there is only one side earphone working, and there s incoming call, it would broadcast calling numbers. You answer the call by slightly press the power button one time and refuse to answer by quick press the power button 2 times. When the earphones are in music mode, you dial your latest number by quick press the power button 2 times(redial the latest number).

2. Listening to music:
Be sure the earphone connected with your mobile phone, then you can listen to music on your music list. Shortly press the power button to stop the music and replay by press again.

3.power off.
Long press the power button until led in red when not use, the Bluetooth device enter off mode. It would be power off automatically when the earphone away from your Bluetooth device over 5 minutes. No need to worry power exhausted.

4.Charging:
There is reminding sound when battery is low, and the led would flash in red at the same time. When taking charge, the led would be in red, and turns in blue when fully charged. Note:the earphone would be forced to shut down when charging even if they are power ON before charging.

5. Switch language modes
The earbuds enter pairing mode when led flash in red and blue alternately, long press the multi-function button to switch mode from Chinese to English (reminding voice” English mode” )

Switch language modes

Warnings:

  1. Please do not overuse this earphone or put it under heavy pressure, keep away from wet and heat
  2. Keep away from YOH, router or other high frequency transmitting equipment to prevent interruption of signal receiving.
  3. Please use this earphone under its working range (10meters), and the effect would be better if there is no obstacle between the connected devices.
  4. Use this Bluetooth earphone to connect any device with Bluetooth function

Summary

  1. Dust-proof mesh
  2. Multi-function button
  3. MIC
  4. Charging port
  5. Charging Box Light
  6. Android Charging port
Summary

FCC Warning Statement
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. 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:
‐‐ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
‐‐ Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
‐‐Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
‐‐ Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

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Peloton Heart Rate Monitor User Manual [HRC01]

Instruction for Use

Product Name: Peloton Heart Rate Monitor
Model No.: HRC01

PELOTON HEART RATE MONITOR
Peloton Interactive, Inc.
125 W 25th Street, 11FL, New York, NY 10001
www.onepeloton.com

READ IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION ON REVERSE SIDE OF PAGE.
Follow all warnings and instructions.

USING THE PELOTON HEART RATE MONITOR

  • Snap the sensor pod onto the chest strap.
  • Adjust the strap to fit your lower chest. It should be snug but comfortable.
  • When the heart rate monitor detects a heartbeat, the LEDs will flash red and blue. If your monitor does not detect your heartbeat, aid the connection by moistening the electrodes with a small amount of water, saliva, or electrode heart rate gel.
  • Join a class. The heart rate monitor will connect to your Peloton product automatically via ANT+.
USING THE PELOTON

READING THE LED INDICATORS

  • Flashing Red: The heart rate monitor detects a heartbeat. The LED will stop flashing after 30 seconds.
  • Flashing Blue: The heart rate monitor detects a heartbeat and is in Bluetooth pairing mode. The LED will continue flashing until the monitor connects to a Bluetooth device, even if you connect to a Peloton product via ANT+.
  • Flashing Yellow: The heart rate monitor’s battery is low. Replace immediately with a new CR2032 3-volt battery.

REPLACING THE BATTERY

  • The right LED will flash yellow when the battery needs to be replaced.
  • The battery door is located on the underside of the sensor pod. Unscrew it by inserting a coin into the slot and rotating it counterclockwise.
  • When the battery door is loose, remove it. The battery sits inside the battery door.
  • Wait for 20-30 seconds.Then insert a new CR2032 3-volt battery, with the flat side facing down.
  • Place the battery door over the markers. Insert a coin into the door slot and rotate clockwise until the door is flush with the underside of the sensor pod.
  • Test the heart rate monitor to make sure the sensor activates.

WARNING : Contact your local waste services provider to recycle coin cell batteries.
Batteries may contain perchlorate material and special handling may be required.
California customers: see www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazarouswaste/perchlorate

SPECIFICATIONS

Heart rate measurement range : 30 – 240 beats per minute (bpm)
Battery type :
User replaceable CR2032 3 volts
Expected battery life :
600+ hours
Radio frequency protocol :
2.402 – 2.480 GHz (BLE) / 2.457 GHz(ANT+)
Water rating :
IPX7 Water Resistant
Operating temperature range :
0 – 50°C/-32 – 122°F
Weight :
13 grams
Size (sensor pod only) :
64mm
Maximum output power :
‐1.27 dBm (BLE) / ‐1.44 dBm (ANT+)
Peak active current :
Typical 7.5mA
Stand-by- current :
Less than 10uA
Contains FCC ID :
2AA3NHRC01

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

WARNING: Read all safety information before using your heart rate monitor.

Consult a doctor before beginning a new fitness plan. Incorrect or excessive training can result in serious injury.

If you have a pacemaker or other implanted electronic device, consult your physician prior to using a heart rate sensor.

Contains coin cell battery, can be fatal if swallowed. Keep batteries away from children. Do not swallow. Swallowing can lead to chemical burns, perforation of soft tissue, and death. Fatal burns from batteries lodged in throat can occur in as little as 2 hours.

If you experience faintness, chest pain, or shortness of breath, stop exercising immediately and consult a doctor.

Heart rate and other measurements may be inaccurate. Use for reference or information only.The heart rate sensor is not a medical device. Readings could be influenced by interference from other devices or sources.

Only use correct replacement batteries. Others pose fire and explosion hazard.

SAVE THESE WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS.

EU RADIO EQUIPMENT DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

Hereby, Peloton declares that the radio equipment type HRC01 is in compliance with Directive 2014/53/EU. The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is available at the following internet address: www.onepeloton.com/ compliance.

WARNING :This product can expose you to chemicals, including Lead, Nickel, and Acrylonitrile, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

FCC RULES PART 15

The enclosed product (hardware) device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference and (2) it must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

MODIFICATION STATEMENT

This device has been designed to comply with the FCC Rules. Changes or modifications not expressly approved could void the user’s authority to use the device.

FCC RADIATION EXPOSURE STATEMENT

This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This transmitter must not be re-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with 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 residential installations. 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 interference to radio or television equipment reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

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

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Haylou GT1 TWS Bluetooth Earbuds User Manual

Haylou-GT1

User Manuals

TWS BT Earphones
Haylou-GT1

Overview

Charging Case

Charging Case

What’s in the Box
BT earphones, Charging case, EarTips × 2 pairs, Manual, Charging cable.

Earphones

Earphones

Medium Ea r T i p s h ave been assembled in advance.
However, you may try large or small ones, if the medium ones do not fit you well.

Please keep Mic outside when calling

When calling, adjust Mic towards mouth to gain clear calling.

Power-on

Take out earphones from the case to power on them. Or touch both panels for 1.5s to power on earphones (LED glows solid white) when they are not in the case.

Power-off
Put earphones into the case to power off them.
Or touch both panels for 4.5s to power off earphones.
(LED glows solid red for 2s).

Power-off

Ignore Call
Touch the panel for 1s to ignore incoming call.

Ignore Call

Stereo Mode

Auto pairing: take out both EarBuds from the case and they will auto pair with each other in 2 or 3s. Earphones will be connectable to cellphone when white slowly. On cellphone, LED on right EarBud blinks search for “Haylou-GT1_R” and tap to connect.
If earphones fail to be connected to cellphone, please put EarBuds back to the case and repeat the above steps. Earphones will auto reconnect to the last device in connectivity records, if any.

Note: earphones have been setted to factory when shipping out.

Stereo Mode

Manual pairing: manually power on two EarBuds and they will auto pair with each other when LED blinks white promptly. Then LED on the right EarBud will blink white slowly and now you can tap it on cellphone to connect.

Mono Mode

Auto pairing: take out one EarBud from the case to power on it. Its LED will soon blink slowly then search for Haylou-GT1 R/L on cellphone and tap to connect. EarBud will auto reconnect to last device in connectivity records, if any.

Note: it may take more times for the left EarBud to reconnect.

Manual pairing: manually power on one EarBud. Its LED will soon blink white slowly then search for it on cellphone and tap to connect.

How to Charge

Prior to using, please peel off sticker on the pogo pins and top up the earphones.

How to Charge

Play/pause

When standby, touch the panel to pause/play music.
Note: media player should run in background.

Play/pause

Voice Assistant
When standby, triple touch the panel to activate voice assistant.
Note: device needs to support voice assistant and fast awakening be turned on.

Voice Assistant

Answer/End Call
Double touch the panel to answer incoming call and double touch the panel again to end it.

Answer/End Call

Skip Track Forward/backward

Touch the panel on right earbud twice to skip track forward.
Touch the panel on left earbud twice to skip track backward.

Three-way Calling & Switch

Touch the panel twice to answer incoming call from phone. if another call is coming in sync , touch the panel to put the first call on hold while activating the second one. Double touch the panel to switch between active call and held call.

Switch Audio Output
When calling, touch the panel for 1s to switch audio output between earphones and cellphone.

Factory Setting
If earphones do not function well, please refer the following steps to reset factory: take EarBuds out from the case. Power off the earphones then touch both panels for about 15s ( LED will blink red and white three times twice). After that, put them back to the case. Delete connectivity record on cellphone before processing another pairing. (All connectivity records relating to the EarBuds will all be removed )

Basic Parameters
Operation range: 10m(with no obstacle)
Battery capacity: 43mAh(single EarBud)
Changing time: approx. 1.5hr
Calling time: approx. 3.5hr
Standby time: approx. 150hr
Input parameter: 5V 100mA
Battery type: li-ion
Wireless connection: BT 5.0

Charging Case
Input parameter:5V 500mA
Output parameter:5V 150mA
Charging time: approx. 2hr
Standby time: approx. 4 months
Battery capacity: 310mAh
Battery type: li-ion

Caveats

  1. Never disassemble or modify your headset for any reasons to avoid any damages and danger.
  2. Do not store the headset in extreme temperatures (under 0℃ or over 45℃).
  3. Avoid using the indicator close to the eyes of children or animals.
  4. Do not use this headset during a thunderstorm to avoid irregular function and increased risk of electricshock.
  5. Do not use harsh chemicals or strong detergents to clean the headset.
  6. Keep the headset dry.

Warranty Card

Warranty Period
12 months after the next day receiving this item. Free exchange service will not be accessed under following circumstances:

  1. Damages caused unauthorized disassembly.
  2. Defects or physical damages caused by leaking or dropping off.
  3. Damages by act of God.Supposing your item is within any damages or defects except the above circumstances, please return to us or your distributor for free repairing.

Tips

  1. Before using the headset, please read the manual carefully and keep it for future references.
  2. The headset need to be fully charged prior to first-time use.
  3. If the headset is left unused for over two weeks, please recharge it periodically.
  4. Please use the chargers made by qualified manufacturer.
  5. If the headset cannot be found by your phone, please check whether it is in pairing mode; if left unconnected for a long while, the headset will exit pairing mode, please re-enter the mode; if a procedure error of your phone occurs, reboot it; if a procedure error of the headsetoccurs, reboot or reset it.

Address: Suite 1303, 1305 and 1306, 13/F, Project Phrase
2 of Gaosheng Tech Tower, Gaosheng Tech Park,
No.5 Longxi Road, Zhouxi Community, Nancheng
District, Dongguan City, Guangdong, China.
Manufacturer: Dongguan Liesheng Electronic
Co., Ltd.
Web: www.haylou.com
Perform standard: Q/LS 1-2018

Made In China

Hazardous substances and their contents in the item

Hazardous Substances

Notes : Please arrange using time properly as your hearing may be damaged by using the device for a long time.

EU Declaration of Conformity Hereby, Liesheng Inc., declares that the radio equipment type LYEJ05LM is in compliance with Directive 2014/53/EU. The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is available at the following internet address:

In addition, for a portable sound system, the instructions shall include a warning that excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss.

CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS
To prevent possible hearing damage, do not listen at high volume levels for long periods.

WEEE

All products bearing this symbol are waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE as in directive 2012/19/EU) which should not be mixed with unsorted household waste. Instead, you should protect human health and the environment by handing over your waste equipment to a designated collection point for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment, appointed by the government or local authorities. Correct disposal and recycling will help prevent potential negative consequences to the environment and human health. Please contact the installer or local authorities for more information about the location as well as terms and conditions of such collection points.

FCC Warning

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

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

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JBL Tune 120 TWS Earbuds User Manual

JBL

Quick Start Guide
UNE120TWS

WHAT’S IN THE BOX

WHAT’S  IN THE  BOX

How to Wear

How to Wear
How to Wear

First Time Use

First Time Use

Power on & Connect

Power  on

Pairing

Pairing

Power OFF

Power  OFF

Power on & connect to device

Power on & connect to device

CONNECTING

CONNECTING

Power ON / OFF

Power ON / OFF

BUTTON COMMAND

BUTTON  COMMAND
BUTTON  COMMAND

Charging Time

Charging Time

LED Behaviors

LED Behaviors
LED Behaviors

TECH SPECIFICATIONS

Driver Size: 5.8 mm Dynamic Driver
Frequency Response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
Sensitivity: 96 [email protected] kHz 1 mW
Maximum SPL: 96 dB
Microphone Sensitivity: – 38 dBV/Pa @1 kHz
Impedance: 14 ohm
Bluetooth transmitted power: <12 dbm
Bluetooth transmitted modulation: GFSK, /4 DQPSK, 8DPSK
Bluetooth frequency: 2.402 GHz – 2.480 GHz
Bluetooth profile version: A2DP 1.3, AVRCP 1.5, HFP V1.6
Bluetooth version: 4.2
HEADSET BATTERY TYPE: LITHIUM-ION BATTERY (85 MAH/3.7 V DC)
Charging case battery TYPE: LITHIUM-ION BATTERY (850 MAH/3.7 V DC)
Power Supply: 5 V 1.0 A
Charging time (headset & charging case): <2 hrs from empty
Music playtime with BT on: UP TO 4 hrs
Weight: 73 g

IC RF Exposure Information and Statement
The SAR limit of Canada (C) is 1.6 W/kg averaged over one gram of tissue. Device types: (IC: 6132A-JBLT120TWS) has also been tested against this SAR limit According to this standard, the highest SAR value reported during product certification for head use is 0.049 W / kg. The device was tested for typical bodily operations where the product was kept 5 mm from the head. To maintain compliance with IC RF exposure requirements, use accessories that maintain a separation distance of 0mm between the user’s head and the back of the headset. The use of belt clips, holsters and similar accessories shall not contain metal parts in its assembly. Use of accessories that do not meet these requirements may not comply with IC RF exposure requirements and should be avoided.

Head operation
The device was subjected to a typical head manipulation test. In order to comply with RF exposure requirements, a minimum separation distance of 0 cm must be maintained between the user’s ear and the product (including the antenna). Head exposure that do not meet these requirements may not meet RF exposure requirements and should be avoided. Use only the supplied or approved antenna.
IC: 6132A-JBLT120TWS

ANATEL
Bluetooth

The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by HARMAN International Industries, Incorporated is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.

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