Sharp DV-RW2U manual

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    D VD RECORDER MODEL DV-RW2U OPERA TION MANU AL • Please read this Operation Manual carefully bef o[...]

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    2 Model No.: ———————————— Serial No.: ———————————?[...]

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    3 CA UTION : Please read all of these instructions before you operate this pr oduct and sa ve these[...]

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    4 Contents IMPOR T ANT SAFEGUARDS ....................... 3 Features .............................[...]

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    5 Contents Simple Recor ding Timer ............................. 51 Changing the Settings of the [...]

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    6 Features Playback Function • P owerful sound comparable to a movie theater Connecting this reco[...]

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    7 About Discs T ypes of Discs that Can Be Pla yed on This Recorder • The following discs can be p[...]

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    8 ■ Discs with unusual shapes cannot be played. • Discs with unusual shapes (heart-shaped or he[...]

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    9 Recording Format • There ar e two recording formats available with this recorder consisting of [...]

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    10 Recor ding Time • The recording mode that can be set varies according to the recor ding for ma[...]

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    11 Unrecor dable Material ˝ Video recordings protected b y a cop y guard (a signal that controls c[...]

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    12 Initialization and Finalization Initialization (Format) Initialization is required when using D V[...]

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    13 About the Contents of the Disc Icons Used on D VD Video Disc Case When you buy a DVD Video disc,[...]

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    14 Disc Precautions Proper Disc Storage Handling Precautions • If the sur face is soiled, wipe gen[...]

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    15 Main Unit (Fr ont) Fr ont P anel Display Major Components POWER OPEN/CLOSE CHANNEL TIMER ON/OFF[...]

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    16 Major Components Main Unit (Rear) COMPONENT OUT (480I/480P) Y P B P R IN FROM ANTENNA VHF/UHF/CAT[...]

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    17 Remote Contr ol Unit Major Components Loading the Batteries Operating Renge of Remote Control 1 O[...]

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    18 100 EDIT OPEN/ CLOSE POWER SKIP SEARCH AUDIO TIMER ON/OFF TITLE MENU ANGLE SETUP/ FUNCTION DNR R[...]

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    19 Basic Conneciton Easy Connection The following connection is the basic connection to watch or rec[...]

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    20 Basic Conneciton Using Other T ypes of Video Output In order to view clear er DVD images, it is[...]

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    21 CA TV o r Satellite Receiver Connections Connecting to a C ab le B o x or Satellite R eceiver ([...]

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    22 CA TV or Satellite Receiver Connections Connecting to a Cable Bo x or Satellite Receiver (2) The [...]

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    23 EZ Set Up Important! (Caution during EZ Set Up): • Do not press PO WER on the recorder or remo[...]

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    24 Channel Setting This recor der can receive a maximum of 181 channels as shown below by presetting[...]

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    25 A uto Cloc k Setting (If you know a channel that carries EDS signals) Important! When using a ca[...]

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    26 Manual Cloc k Setting 1 Press SETUP/FUNCTION . The MENU screen appears. Press ' / " to[...]

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    27 1 Press SETUP/FUNCTION to display the MENU screen. SETUP PLAYBACK RECORD DISC CLOCK [...]

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    28 Change the Displa y on the Front P anel Displa y Each time DISPLA Y on the remote control unit i[...]

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    29 DVD Playback Playback the playback-only discs DVD VIDEO 1 T urn on the TV and switch the TV cha[...]

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    30 Selected Title Pla yback DVD VIDEO 1 Press ZOOM during stop mode. 2 Press number buttons to en[...]

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    31 Playback by Selecting a Title When playing back a disc r ecorded in the V ideo mode after it has [...]

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    32 Fast Forward/Fast Reverse DVD VIDEO VR MODE DVD RW VIDEO MODE DVD RW DVD R VIDEO CD AUDIO CD Pr[...]

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    33 EDIT 100 OPEN/ CLOSE POWER AUDIO TIMER ON/OFF TITLE MENU ANGLE SETUP/ FUNCTION DNR RETURN REV FW[...]

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    34 CD-R CD-RW NOTE • When the DV input is selected, discs cannot be played back if “ DV LINK ?[...]

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    35 Zoom Function Y ou can zoom the desired par t of an image during DVD playback. DVD VIDEO VR MODE [...]

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    36 A udio Setting VR MODE DVD RW VIDEO CD AUDIO CD Y ou can change the audio output channel between [...]

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    37 Title/T rack Pr ogrammed Playback DVD VIDEO VIDEO MODE DVD RW DVD R VIDEO CD AUDIO CD 1 Press P[...]

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    38 Chapter Pr ogrammed Playback DVD VIDEO VIDEO MODE DVD RW DVD R 1 Press PROGRAM twice while the [...]

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    39 Repeat Pla yback 1 Press ( REPEA T ) while a disc is playing. • Each time ( REPEA T) is [...]

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    40 While the disc is playing, press SETUP/FUNCTION to display the screen shown below . Using Funct[...]

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    41 Direct Skip (title/c hapter/track) DVD VIDEO VR MODE DVD RW VIDEO MODE DVD RW DVD R VIDEO CD AU[...]

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    42 Subtitle/Angle/ Audio Setting DVD VIDEO Use the following procedur e to per for m the Subtitle la[...]

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    43 Clearer Picture and Dynamic Sound Setting DVD VIDEO VR MODE DVD RW VIDEO MODE DVD RW DVD R VIDE[...]

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    44 DOLBY VIRTUAL SURROUND/DIGIT AL GAMMA/DIGIT AL SUPER PICTURE setting DVD VIDEO VR MODE DVD RW VID[...]

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    45 Direct Selection of Scenes Selecting Scenes by Title Number DVD VIDEO VIDEO MODE DVD RW DVD R NO[...]

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    46 Recor ding f or D VD Discs Before Recording Recor dable Discs DVD-RW Discs • DVD-RW discs make[...]

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    47 Initializing in the Video Mode When a disc that has been initialized in the VR mode is used in th[...]

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    48 TV Pr ogram Recor ding EDIT 100 OPEN/ CLOSE POWER SKIP SEARCH AUDIO TIMER ON/OFF TITLE MENU ANGL[...]

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    49 NOTE • Recor ded images may not appear cor rectly on the screen when viewing br oadcasts with[...]

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    50 Stop Recording VR MODE DVD RW VIDEO MODE DVD RW DVD R Press ■ STOP during recording. • Stop[...]

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    51 VR MODE DVD RW VIDEO MODE DVD RW DVD R The Simple Recording T imer (SRT) enables you to set the r[...]

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    52 VR MODE DVD RW VIDEO MODE DVD RW DVD R The VCR Plus+ Programming System allows you to program you[...]

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    53 7 Press RETURN to return to the normal screen. • The display appears shown below . TIMER ON[...]

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    54 VR MODE DVD RW VIDEO MODE DVD RW DVD R Important! • Check that the clock is displaying the co[...]

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    55 9 Press SET/ENTER . • T o program additional timer settings, pr ess SET/ENTER and r epeat s[...]

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    56 VR MODE DVD RW • Disc timer r ecording is a function that lets you r ecord programming infor m[...]

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    57 Canceling the Disc Timer Recording Follow the pr ocedur e shown below when you want to cancel di[...]

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    58 This recorder cannot be used during timer standby . When you want to play back a disc that is dif[...]

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    59 VR MODE DVD RW VIDEO MODE DVD RW DVD R Y ou can see on the timer setting screen a list of timer p[...]

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    60 A utomatic Recor ding of Satellite Br oadcast (A V A UT O REC) VR MODE DVD RW VIDEO MODE DVD RW D[...]

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    61 T o Cancel the A V A UT O REC Function Before Recording Press POWER . • The recorder is tur ned[...]

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    62 Pr oblems of Timer Recor ding Blinking the TIMER Indicator Timer recor ding cannot be perfor med[...]

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    63 Editing the Disc Before Editing the Disc About Editing Recor ded contents that can be edited and [...]

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    64 Switching between Playlist and Original Playback ■ Switching Between Original and Playlist whe[...]

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    65 Editing an Original Title Erasing a P ar t fr om the Original VR MODE DVD RW Y ou can erase a pa[...]

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    66 EDIT 100 OPEN/ CLOSE POWER SKIP SEARCH AUDIO TIMER ON/OFF TITLE MENU ANGLE SETUP/ FUNCTION DNR R[...]

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    67 EDIT 100 OPEN/ CLOSE POWER AUDIO TIMER ON/OFF TITLE MENU ANGLE SETUP/ FUNCTION DNR RETURN REV FW[...]

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    68 EDIT 100 OPEN/ CLOSE POWER SKIP SEARCH AUDIO TIMER ON/OFF TITLE MENU ANGLE SETUP/ FUNCTION DNR R[...]

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    69 Editing an Original Title EDIT 100 OPEN/ CLOSE POWER AUDIO TIMER ON/OFF TITLE MENU ANGLE SETUP/[...]

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    70 Editing an Original Title EDIT 100 OPEN/ CLOSE POWER SKIP SEARCH AUDIO TIMER ON/OFF TITLE MENU [...]

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    71 EDIT 100 OPEN/ CLOSE POWER SKIP SEARCH AUDIO TIMER ON/OFF TITLE MENU ANGLE SETUP/ FUNCTION DNR R[...]

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    72 4 Press ' / " to select “ TITLE ” and then press SET/ENTER . • The Original [...]

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    73 Ad ding a P ar t to the Playlist VR MODE DVD RW Y ou can select par t of an Original title as a n[...]

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    74 8 Press SET/ENTER . • The part is played back from the start point to the end point. • If y[...]

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    75 Erasing a Part from the Playlist VR MODE DVD RW Y ou can erase a par t fr om the Playlist. If you[...]

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    76 6 Press SET/ENTER . • When having selected a destination that is before a selected file, the f[...]

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    77 EDIT 100 OPEN/ CLOSE POWER SKIP SEARCH AUDIO TIMER ON/OFF TITLE MENU ANGLE SETUP/ FUNCTION DNR R[...]

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    78 EDIT 100 OPEN/ CLOSE POWER SKIP SEARCH AUDIO TIMER ON/OFF TITLE MENU ANGLE SETUP/ FUNCTION DNR R[...]

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    79 EDIT 100 OPEN/ CLOSE POWER SKIP SEARCH AUDIO TIMER ON/OFF TITLE MENU ANGLE SETUP/ FUNCTION DNR R[...]

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    80 This section explains each item of playback setup. See “Basic Settings of the Playback Setup Sc[...]

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    81 P ARENT AL Certain discs come preset with country codes and parental level settings defined for p[...]

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    82 Basic Settings of the Pla yback Setup Screen DVD VIDEO VR MODE DVD RW VIDEO MODE DVD RW DVD R NO[...]

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    83 Pla yback Setup Screen 6 The cur sor is moved to “ LEVEL ” and then press / | to selec[...]

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    84 EDIT 100 OPEN/ CLOSE POWER SKIP SEARCH AUDIO TIMER ON/OFF TITLE MENU ANGLE DNR RETURN REV FWD SE[...]

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    85 Language Code List for Disc Language Code Language Name AA Afar AB Abkhazian AF Afrikaans AM Am[...]

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    86 This section explains each item of r ecord setup. See “Basic Settings of the Record Setup Scr e[...]

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    87 Record Setup Screen EDIT 100 OPEN/ CLOSE POWER SKIP SEARCH AUDIO TIMER ON/OFF TITLE MENU ANGLE D[...]

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    88 This section explains each item of disc setup. See “ Basic Settings of the Disc Setup Screen ?[...]

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    89 Disc Setup Screen EDIT 100 OPEN/ CLOSE POWER SKIP SEARCH AUDIO TIMER ON/OFF TITLE MENU ANGLE DNR[...]

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    90 This section explains each item of option setup. See “ Basic Settings of the Option Setup Scree[...]

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    91 D V AUDIO IN Y ou can select the audio to be r ecorded when r ecording material from a digital ca[...]

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    92 Basic Settings of the Option Setup Screen DVD VIDEO VR MODE DVD RW VIDEO MODE DVD RW DVD R [...]

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    93 Pla ying 2 channel audio with an Analog Connector Connecting to A udio Equipment Pla ying Dolby D[...]

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    94 Pla ying 2 channel audio with a Digital Connection Connecting to A udio Equipment ■ Digital Con[...]

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    95 Connecting to A udio Equipment Recor ding b y Connecting with a Digital Camcorder Using i.LINK VR[...]

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    96 Recor ding with this recorder (DV Uptake) Y ou can r ecor d images from a digital camcorder conne[...]

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    97 NOTE • Only DVC-SD signals can be input from the DV IN/OUT terminal of this recorder . • Th[...]

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    98 Recor ding Using an Analog Connection with a Digital Camcorder VR MODE DVD RW VIDEO MODE DVD RW[...]

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    99 Recor ding Material from External Equipment VR MODE DVD RW VIDEO MODE DVD RW DVD R Y ou can r[...]

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    100 T r oubleshooting The recorder does not switch on The disc is automatically ejected after closin[...]

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    101 Problem Suggested Solution Can not contr ol your TV using this remote control Unable to Record,[...]

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    102 Angle Chapter Number Digital Gamma Digital Super Picture DiscNavi Dolby Digital (5.1 channel) Do[...]

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    103 Pan Scan PS 4:3 Playlist (PL) Playback Control (PBC) Region Number Subtitles Time Number Title M[...]

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    104 General Power supply: ................................. AC 120 V , 60 Hz Power consumption (Nor[...]

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    105 ESP AÑOL (Guía de operación rápida) MEDIDAS DE SEGURID AD IMPORT ANTES .... 107 Gu í a de[...]

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    106 N o . de modelo: DV-RW2U N o . de serie: AVISO: PARA REDUCIR EL RIESGO DE INCENDIO O ELECTROCH[...]

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    107 MEDID AS DE SEGURID AD IMPOR T ANTES PRECA UCI Ó N : Lea todas estas instrucciones antes de[...]

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    108 4 Conecte los enc hufes de salida VIDEO/AUDIO en esta grabadora, a los enchufes de entrada VID[...]

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    109 Repr oducción de DVD Repr oduce solamente los discos para repr oducción DVD VIDEO 1 Encienda e[...]

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    110 Omisi ó n (A v ance/Retroceso) DVD VIDEO VR MODE DVD RW VIDEO MODE DVD RW DVD R VIDEO CD AU[...]

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    111 EDIT 100 OPEN/ CLOSE POWER SKIP SEARCH AUDIO TIMER ON/OFF TITLE MENU ANGLE SETUP/ FUNCTION DNR [...]

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    CONSUMER LIMITED WARRANTY SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION warrants to the first consumer purchaser tha[...]