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BA_T100HTM.book Page 1 Monday, January 30, 2012 11:44 AM Telestart T100 HTM BA_T100HTM.book Page 26 Monday, January 30, 2012 11:44 AM Operating Instructions for Telestart T100 HTM D General Information Dear Webasto customer! GB We are delighted that you have selected this Webasto product. We presume that the principle and mode of operation of this product has been explained to your complete satisfaction by the workshop/service centre which in-
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  Telestart T100 HTM  26 DGB Operating Instructions for Telestart T100HTM General Information Dear Webasto customer! We are delighted that you have selected this Webasto product. We presume that the principle and mode of operation of this product has been explained to your complete satisfaction by the workshop/service centre which in-stalled it. In these operating instructions we would like to once again provide you with an overview of the safe use of this product. The Telestart T100 HTM heater control complies with the homologation approval in accordance with the directive 72/245/EEC (EMC). Note: The battery used is fully operational, however is sub- ject to function-dependent discharging when installed. Therefore, we expressly recommend observing the infor-mation on Page 35 when the Telestart is not used for longer periods.  27 DGB   Care and Handling Note the following points to avoid damage to the Telestart T100 HTM: ãDo not expose to heat above 70 °C (e.g. direct sunlight). ãOperating temperature between 0 °C and +50 °C. ãOnly store in a dry place where there is little dust. ãOnly clean the display using a clean, dry cloth. The heater must not be operated :ãIn filling stations and tank farms. ãAt locations at which highly flammable gases or dusts can form, and at locations at which highly flammable liquids or solid materials are stored (e.g. near fuel, coal and wood dust, grain warehouses, dry grass and leaves, card-board, paper, etc.) ãIn enclosed rooms (e.g. garages), not even via the timer or Telestart. Danger of fire, explosion and suffocation
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