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Keep this manual for the safety warnings
and precautions, assembly, operating,
inspection, maintenance and cleaning
procedures. Write the product's serial number
in the back of the manual near the assembly
diagram (or month and year of purchase if
product has no number). Keep this manual
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Unmodi?ed plugs and matching outlets
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