Panasonic 5300U manual

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    R Heavy Duty CD Pla yer / W eather Band Receiver with CD Changer Control Heavy Duty CD pla yer/W eat[...]

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    2 P anasonic welcomes you to our e v er growing f amily of electronic product owners . We kno w that[...]

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    3 Contents Use This Equipment Saf ely ..............................................................[...]

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    4 ❏ Laser Products (Applies to laser product used in the United States only .) Caution: This produ[...]

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    5 P o wer and Sound Contr ols BASS/TREB/BAL/F ADER BASS/TREB/BAL/F ADER P o wer If the vehicle is no[...]

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    5500U FEW l k 5500U FEW l k 6 F ader Press the knob to select the F ADER mode and then turn it clock[...]

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    7 SS/TREB/BAL/F ADER Selecting A uxiliar y Sour ce (Only f or CQ-5500U)  Press and hold [MODE] (A[...]

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    8 5500U FEW l k 5500U FEW l k Radio Basics T o change to the tuner mode In case of CD changer mode o[...]

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    9 5500U FEW l k A SS/TREB/BAL/F ADER Station Preset FM1, FM2 and AM can sav e maximum 6 stations eac[...]

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    10 T uning in a W eather Band Station Press any of the b uttons [1] to [6] to monitor the preset sta[...]

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    11 Compact Disc Pla yer Basics T o play CD Inser t the disc and pla y star ts automatically . "[...]

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    12 Repeating a T rack Press [5] (RPT: REPEA T) to repeat the current selection. Press [5] (RPT: REPE[...]

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    5500U FEW l k 13 /BAL/F ADER CD Chang er Basics (Onl y for CQ-5500U) Star ting the CD Changer Once t[...]

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    14 0000 E 3 E 1 E 2 T rack Repeat Press [5] (RPT: REPEA T) to repeat the current selection. "RE[...]

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    15 5500U FEW l k Cloc k Basics (The cloc k system is 12-hours.) Initial Time  Press and hold [CLK[...]

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    16 5500U FEW l k 5500U FEW l k Alarm Time Setting  Press and hold [ALM] to set alarm time. Displa[...]

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    17 BASS/TREB/BAL/F ADER BASS/TREB/BAL/F ADER T emperature Reading (Only f or CQ-5500U) T o read the [...]

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    18 Installation Guide This installation information is designed f or experienced installers and is n[...]

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    19 ❏ Required T ools Y ou'll need a scre wdr iv er , a 1.5 volt AA battery and the f ollowing[...]

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    20 A handy wa y to identify the speaker leads and the speaker the y connect with is to test the lead[...]

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    21 Battery Connect the yello w batter y lead to the correct radio wire or to the battery fuse por t [...]

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    22 ❏ Installation Procedures Note: Disconnect the cable fr om the negative ( – ) battery termina[...]

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    23 ■ Using the Rear Support Strap  ■ Using the Rubber Cushion (option) (If there is an e xist[...]

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    24 T o remove the unit from the vehic le's dashboard Inser t each Remov al T ool and pull. Note[...]

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    25 A UX-In Sensor Lead (Connect to vehicle computer) A UX-In Sensor (Orange w/white stripe) Steering[...]

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    26 Electrical Connections (continued) Cautions: This product is designed to operate with a 12-v olt [...]

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    27 E 1 E 2 E 3 T r oubleshooting ❏ Maintenance Y our product is designed and man ufactured to ensu[...]

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    28 T r oubleshooting (contin ued) ❏ T roub leshooting Tips PROBLEM Unit does not turn on. Radio ha[...]

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    29 Caution f or use of a new Disc A new disc ma y have rough edges on its inner and outer perimeter [...]

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    30 Specifications General P ower Supply : 12 V DC (11V -16V) T est V oltage 14.4V , Negativ e ground[...]

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    P anasonic Consumer Electronics Company , Division of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America One[...]