Pantech gf100 User Manual

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OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
SAFETY INFORMATION
SAFETY INFORMATION
Remember that safety always comes first when you drive. 
Do not use your mobile phone while driving a vehicle. If you must 
use the phone, park the vehicle before making a call. Always 
secure the phone in its holder. Do not place the phone where it 
may break loose in case of collision or sudden stop.
Abide by local regulations and turn off your phone where usage is 
forbidden. When connecting your phone to another device or 
accessory, refer to the user’s manual for safety instructions. As 
with other wireless transmission equipment, users are advised to 
use mobile phones in the proper position. (Keep the phone to your 
ear with the antenna pointing over your shoulder).
Road Safety
MALFUNCTION OF NEARBY ELECTRONIC 
MALFUNCTION OF NEARBY ELECTRONIC 
DEVICES
DEVICES
Most electronic equipments are shielded from radio frequency (RF) 
signals. However, certain electronic equipment may be adversely 
affected by RF signals from your mobile phone. Operation of such 
radio signal transmitting equipment may interfere with medical 
devices. If you have any questions in this regard, consult a doctor or 
the manufacturers of such medical devices. Other electronic 
equipment may be subject to RF signal interference. Always turn 
your phone off at gas stations, chemical factories and other areas 
with a potentially explosive atmosphere, and obey all posted signs 
and regulations in the area. Do not carry explosive products together 
with your mobile phone. Turn off the phone when boarding an 
aircraft. Using the phone in an aircraft without express permission is 
against the law, and such action may cause interference with aircraft 
systems and confusion on the cellular phone network. Anyone that 
does not abide by this regulation may be punished by law and is 
subject to denial of cellular services in the future.
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