A NOTE ABOUT SAFETY USAGE
Read and Store the Operating Instructions Included With the Frame to Insure Your Safety
For the safety of users of digital frames, it is of the utmost importance to follow all operating instructions and to retain them for future use.
Unfortunately, less expensive digital frames do not always come with good instructional manuals. This can also be the case when manufacturers from different countries attempt to translate instructions to another country's language.
For that reason, it is important to know whether the company or the manufacturer of a digital frame is willing to offer telephone or email support.
If you cannot get satisfaction in this way, please let me know. I may be able to find the information for you.
NEVER block the ventilation holes on the back of the frame at any time.
The Eject Button
ALWAYS use the eject buttons or icons on memory storage card slots and flash drives to remove them from your frame and your computer.
DO NOT open the case of the digital photo frame.
There is some risk of electric shock or fire.
Opening the case may also void the warranty.
The screen is usually made of glass and therefore can get scratched or broken.
Since most digital frames have LCD screens, please remember that these screens may "hold" an image when one is left on it for a long time. This can result in a very annoying and unwanted "ghost" image.
DO NOT APPLY ANY CLEANING LIQUID DIRECTLY TO THE LCD SCREEN!
Use only a soft, non-abrasive cloth such as a camera lens cloth to clean the screen or just gently clean the LCD screen with a cleaning cloth moistened with liquid.
Digital frames are intended for INDOOR USE only.
Do not expose them to rain, sunshine or moisture of any kind.
DO NOT use if condensation has occurred because this could result in a safety hazard.
It is possible for a digital frame to carry viruses.
That is why I recommend purchase of digital frames from countries that have good quality control during manufacturing.
As a wise precaution, you will want to update your anti-virus protection and scan a frame before using it.
Another precaution to take would be to turn off AutoPlay on your PC.
Remember also that memory cards and flash drives can pass viruses onto anything they get plugged into.
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