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    INSTRUCTIONS Ages 8 and Up Item No. 59518 PRINTED IN CHINA WHO W ANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE: © V alleycrest Productions Ltd. Be sure to visit the ABC website at www .abc.go.com 071340001IWTI-03 ®, TM, & © 2001 Tiger Electronics All rights reserved. 980 Woodlands Parkway , V ernon Hills, IL 60061, USA www.tigertoys.com. A division of Hasbro, In[...]

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    Welcome to Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. You’re in the hot seat now! Before you get started, here are a few things that you should know. ABOUT YOUR GAME LCD ON/OFF RESET YES ANSWER BUTTONS LIFELINES SOUND 1 ABOUT YOUR GAME[...]

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    ABOUT YOUR GAME LCD – displays questions, answer choices, score and other game information ON/OFF – used to turn the game on and off RESET – used to reset the game YES – used to confirm your “final answer” ANSWER BUTTONS – used to enter your answer choice LIFELINES – represent your three lifeline choices – Fifty-fifty lifeline –[...]

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    INSERTING THE BATTERIES 3 INSERTING THE BATERIES Open the battery compartment door on the bottom of the unit by squeezing the tabs and lifting. Insert three ( 3 ) AA batteries making sure to align the “+” and “-” signs. Close the battery compartment door. AA AA AA[...]

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    To ensure proper function: • Do not mix old and new batteries • Do not mix alkaline, standard or rechargeable batteries • Battery insertion should be done by an adult • Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged • Rechargeable batteries are to be removed from the toy before being charged (if removable) • Rechargeable batteries a[...]

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    LET’S PLAY 5 LET’S PLAY Press the ON/OFF button. Music will play, Regis will welcome you to the game and the title screen will scroll up on the LCD. While the title screen (WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE) is displayed, you can use the ANSWER BUTTONS to adjust the CONTRAST of the LCD. To make the letters darker, press A. To make the letters light[...]

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    After you have reviewed all the answers, press the corresponding ANSWER BUTTON, then YES. The screen will display, “IS THIS YOUR FINAL ANSWER?” 6 LET’S PLAY After you have read the entire question, press YES to display the answer choices. The timer will appear in the lower right hand corner of the LCD. You will have 45 seconds to answer the q[...]

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    If you chose the correct answer, the screen will display, “YOU’RE RIGHT!” Your score will be displayed. If you want to change your mind, press ANY ANSWER BUTTON. The answer screen will return and you can make another choice. If it is your final answer, press YES. LET’S PLAY 7 If you chose the incorrect answer, the screen will display, “SO[...]

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    You have three lifelines available to you to help you win $ 1 , 000 , 000 . However, you can only use one LIFELINE per question. After you read the question and answer choices, if you decide you need a little help, press the button that corresponds to the LIFELINE you want to use. Following is an explanation of each LIFELINE. This is the 50:50 life[...]

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    This is the Poll-The-Audience lifeline. When you press this button, the game will “poll the audience” for you. The screen will report the results of the “poll” by displaying a line next to each answer choice. The lines will be different lengths. The longest line is the most popular audience answer; the shortest line is the least popular aud[...]

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    10 SCORING Your score is based on the value of the questions answered correctly. Scoring is NOT cumulative, but is broken down into three plateaus -- $ 1 , 000 , $ 3 2 , 000 , $ 1 , 000 , 000 . The PRIZE TABLE is listed below. QUESTION VALUE CORRECT ANSWER INCORRECT ANSWER SCORE SCORE $100 $100 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $200 $200 $300 $500 $300 $500 $2,000 $4[...]

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    EXAMPLE # 2 : You answer the $ 1 6,000 question correctly, your score is $ 1 6, 000 . You answer the $ 3 2 , 000 question incorrectly. Because you successfully reached the first plateau (the $ 1 , 000 question), you get to keep that prize and your score is $ 1 , 000 . EXAMPLE # 3 : You answer the $ 12 5 , 000 correctly, your score is $ 12 5 , 000 .[...]

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    12 CAUTION CAUTION High temperature will destroy the unit. Do not leave unit in direct sunlight. Clean only with a piece of soft dry cloth. Do not use a pencil or pin to press the RESET switch. Use a ball-point pen. Do not press the liquid crystal display and avoid heavy shock or the display may fail.[...]

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    WARRANTY 1 3 T iger Electronics (T iger), warrants to the original consumer purchaser of this product that the product will be free from defects in material or workmanship for 90 days from the date of original purchase. This warranty does not cover damages resulting from accident, negligence, improper service or use or other causes not arising out [...]

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    The product should be carefully packed in the original box or other packing materials suf ficient to avoid damage during shipment. Include a complete written description of the defect, a check if product is beyond the 90-day warranty period, and your printed name, address and telephone number . THIS W ARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER W ARRANTIES AND[...]