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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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Text excerpt from page 14 (click to view)
General features
Forced Closing
This function prevents tampering with the unit your car is being serviced etc. Hiding the unit with the ignition turned on (forced closing): Press the SRC button for at least one second. The faceplate will slide open. When the period of time which you have set in the "Time setting for removing the faceplate" in the menu has passed, the faceplate automatically reverses to hide the control panel. However, you can remove the faceplate during that period. For details, refer to the "Removing the faceplate" (page 14).

• When the closing faceplate is hit by an object, the unit will turn off without the faceplate closing all the way. Remove the object and press the SRC button to turn the unit back on, then turn it off again to have it close properly. • While the control panel is moving, pressing the buttons will not have any effect. Do not try to press the buttons on the control panel as the faceplate is moving, as excessive force may damage the unit. • During the forced closing of the unit (i.e., having the unit left closed while ignition is turned on), the faceplate will not open no matter how often the ignition is turned on or off, unless "Manual Open button" at the rear of the faceplate is pressed in order to open it. You can prevent tampering of the unit when letting someone else drive your car by keeping it closed this way. To cancel the forced closing of unit and open control panel: Press the left part at the upper side of the faceplate for as many times as you have preset in the "Manual Open Button Setting" (OPEN SW #) in the menu. The faceplate will open and show the control panel.

Removing the Faceplate
The faceplate can be detached from the unit, helping to deter theft. Removing the faceplate: 1 Choose the way from among the following and open the faceplate. Turn the ignition off, press the SRC button for at least one second, or press the left part at the upper side of the faceplate (as illustrated on p.14) for as many times as you have preset in the "Manual Open Button Setting" (OPEN SW #) in the menu when the control panel has been hidden. 2 Set the faceplate's angle adjustment switch to "0" to set the faceplate angle to the vertical. For details, refer to "Faceplate Angle Adjustment" (page 16).

When you set the Manual Open Button setting to 2 or 3, press the upper left part of the faceplate without pausing. If you do not press that part without pausing, the command cannot be verified correctly.

If the faceplate's angle adjustment switch is not set to "0" when mounting the faceplate on the faceplate bracket, it may be difficult to mount the faceplate or the faceplate may not be securely attached and could fall off. Set the angle adjustment switch to "0" before removing the faceplate. 3 Slide the faceplate lock switch to the left during the period which you have set in the "Time setting for removing the faceplate" in the menu.

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