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A. Majority Fitzwilliam Tuner
B. Power Adapter (UK or EU Plug)
C. Remote Control
Controls and Functions
- USB Port 5V 1A
- Headphone Jack
- Navigation/OK Dial
- Power/Volume Dial
- Remote control Sensor
- DC power Port
- Audio Output
- Analog Audio Input/Output
- Optical & Coaxial Output
- LAN Input
- DAB/FM Aerial
- Bluetooth Aerial
- Volume Down
- Volume Up
- 0-9 Number Selection
Please note all (Ref.) refer to the Controls and Functions in the above diagrams.
Power/Volume Dial: This should be used to turn your system on and into Standby. To put into standby, press and hold the dial (Ref.13). The time, date and any settings set such as alarms will be displayed.
When switched on, you will be taken to the last function used before putting into standby.
Rotate the dial to change the volume.
Navigation/OK Dial: Rotate the dial clockwise or anticlockwise to scroll through choices. Press down the dial to confirm.
Mode Button: Press the Mode button to display and select from available modes.
Menu Button: Enter system menu options.
Info Button: In Internet Radio, DAB/DAB+ or FM mode, use the Info button to scroll through station information.
Play/Pause, Rewind and Fast-Forward Buttons: Use in particular modes to skip backwards and forwards through media, as well as pausing and playing.
Starting Up Your Radio
Plug the adaptor connector into the back of the system labelled ‘DC in’ (Ref.15) and turn the power on. The system will power up and display a ‘MAJORITY’ screen.
Ensure that the WLAN antenna and DAB/FM antennas are screwed onto the unit via the WLAN port (Ref.16) and DAB/FM port (Ref.21).
After this, a ‘Setup Wizard’ will display. Press down the ‘Navigation/OK’ dial (Ref.3) or the OK button on the remote (Ref.40) to confirm you have read the information.
Once confirmed, the screen will display “Start now?”. Highlight “Yes” with the Navigation dial or the remote, and confirm start by pressing down the dial or the OK button on the remote.
After this, confirm whether you would like the clock display to be 12 or 24 hours. Highlight your chosen option with the Navigation dial or the remote, and confirm your choice.
Auto Update options will display. This will allow you to update the time through one of the available modes: DAB, FM and Network, or no update. Highlight your chosen option and confirm your choice by pressing down the dial or the OK button on the remote.
“Set timezone” will now display. Select this so that the unit will display the correct time for your region. Scroll through the available options with the Navigation dial or the remote, and confirm the choice.
Now choose your Daylight savings settings. Highlight your chosen option with the Navigation dial or the remote, and confirm your choice.
Now select whether you would like to keep the network connected. We would advise selecting the “Yes” option for ease of use.
The “Wlan Region” options will now display on the screen. Highlight your chosen option (Europe or Australia) with the Navigation dial or the remote, and confirm choice.
The unit will now begin scanning for available networks. Once completed, the available networks will display. Scroll through the available options with the Navigation dial or the remote, and confirm your WiFi network by pressing down the dial or the OK button on the remote.
Change your default language in System Settings.
There are also options for “Rescan”, “Wired” or “Manual Config” that can be found under section ‘Additional WiFi Connection Settings’.
Connecting to WiFi
Once the available networks display for view, scroll through the available options with the Navigation dial (Ref.3) or the remote, and confirm your WiFi network by pressing down the dial or the OK button on the remote (Ref.40).
Once on your chosen network, three options should display: Push Button, PIN or Skip WPS. Select Skip WPS if your WiFi router does not have a WPS button.
If “Push Button” is selected, this will initiate a WPS search connection to the WiFi. Whilst the Fitzwilliam is searching, select the “WPS” button on your WiFi modem.
This will connect your WiFi to your radio without the requirement to input the password.
If “PIN” is selected, a PIN will display on the Fitzwilliam screen. If your WiFi is capable of inserting a PIN, enter the code into your WiFi network.
If “Skip WPS” is selected, you can manually enter the WiFi password on the Fitzwilliam with the Navigation dial or using the navigation buttons on the remote control.
Once your chosen letter or number is displayed, confirm the digit by pressing down the dial or press the ‘OK’ button on the remote. Continue this process until the WiFi password is displayed and confirm the password by navigating and selecting “OK” on the display screen. To go back a digit, select the ‘BKSP’ option.
Once connected, the screen will display “Connected”, followed by a display of the available modes/settings in a list.
Additional WiFi Connection Settings
When available networks display on the unit, “Rescan”, “Wired” or “Manual Config” will also display as additional options for WiFi connectivity.
Select this option with the Navigation/OK dial (Ref.3) or the OK button on the remote (Ref.40) to initiate a rescan for available WiFi networks.
Connect a LAN cable into your WiFi modem and connect into the Fitzwilliam LAN socket (Ref.20). This creates a direct network connection to the unit.
The following options are available:
Wired (LAN) – DHCP Enable: Select Wired > DHCP Enable.
Wired (LAN) – DHCP Disable: Select Wired > DHCP Disable > Enter network information such as IP address, subnet mask, gateway address and DNS.
Wireless (WLAN) – DHCP Enable: Select Wireless > DHCP enable > Enter SSID (network name). A network key may need to be added.
Wireless (WLAN) – DHCP Disable: Assumes DHCP server is active but network information such as IP address, subnet mask, gateway address and DNS will need to be entered.
On first setting up, a list of available modes will display. Select “Internet Radio” from this list using the Navigation/OK dial (Ref.3) or the OK button (Ref.40).
Alternatively, press the ‘Mode’ button on the unit (Ref.4) or on the remote (Ref.37) repeatedly until Internet Radio mode is selected.
The following options will display:
This will display a list of stations previously listened to.
Select this option to browse through a range of internet radio category options: My Favourites, Local United Kingdom, BBC, Stations, Podcasts, My Added Stations and Help.
My Favourites – Stations can be added as Favourites via the website https://smartradio.frontier-nuvola.net/. You will be required to create an online account. A detailed guide is available at https://srsupport.frontier-nuvola.net/portal/kb/articles/add-favourite.
Local United Kingdom (or Chosen Location) – Depending on the location set during the “Set Timezone” option on set-up, stations for that location will display and are separated by genre. There is also the option to explore All Stations.
BBC – Select this option to scroll through all available BBC stations, including national and region-specific stations.
Stations – Select to access all available stations on the radio and narrow down by Location, Genre, Popular Stations or New Stations. You can also search for stations via this menu option:
Search Stations – Manually type in a station with the Navigation dial or using the navigation buttons on the remote. Once your chosen letter or number is displayed, confirm the digit by pressing down the dial or press the ‘OK’ button on the remote. Continue this process until the station name is displayed and confirm by selecting “OK” on the display screen.
Podcasts – Browse through a variety of podcasts by Location and Genre. Search for a podcast by manually typing in the podcast name.
Help – Select this option for additional options such as obtaining an access code and viewing frequently asked questions.
Select this option to open System Settings for the unit. For more information on this, please refer to section ‘System Settings’.
Main Menu – Press to view all available modes and settings.
To add a new Internet Radio station to the database, please follow the instructions at https://srsupport.frontier-nuvola.net/portal/kb/articles/how-do-i-add-stations-to-the-catalogue. For additional help please visit https://srsupport.frontier-nuvola.net/portal/home.
Internet Radio: Station Information
Station information is sometimes displayed by the station broadcaster. This can be viewed when listening to particular stations. If the station is broadcasting information, the ‘Info’ button on the unit (Ref.12) or on the remote (Ref.44) can be used to scroll through the following information:
Programme Information – Displays artist and song currently being played on the station.
Description – This shows the type and description of the programme provided by the station.
Genre and Show Country – Genre of the station and where it is available.
Reliability – Reliability of signal strength
Bit Rate, Codec and Sampling Rate – The data rate at which the signal is being transmitted.
Playback Buffer – Displays the speed of station buffering
Today’s Date – Displays the date as provided by the broadcaster.
Internet Radio, DAB/DAB+ and FM Presets
Presetting a Radio Station
When you have found your desired station, hold down the Memory button on the unit (Ref.5) or the ‘FAV’ button on the remote (Ref.32) for 2-3 seconds to go to the ‘Save to Preset’ screen. Alternatively, if you want to save to preset number 1-10, press and hold the corresponding number on the remote control for 2-3 seconds.
Once the preset number has been located that you wish to save to, confirm your choice. Preset slots without allocated stations will display “[Not Set]”. Once saved, the screen will display “Preset Stored”.
Recalling a Preset Radio Station
To view your preset stations, press the ‘Memory’ button on the unit (Ref.5) or the ‘FAV’ button on the remote (Ref.32) to open ‘Recall from Preset’. Do not hold down the button as this will open a preset store and not preset recall. Alternatively, recall preset numbers 1-10 by pressing (do not hold) the corresponding number on the remote.
When ‘Recall from Preset’ options are displayed, use the Navigation/OK dial (Ref.3) or the remote to scroll through the preset stations. Confirm your choice to begin playing the station.
Press the ‘Mode’ button on the unit (Ref.4) or on the remote (Ref.37) until DAB/DAB+ mode is selected.
Ensure that the antenna is screwed on and connected to the DAB/FM antenna port at the back of the system and fully extended.
When selecting DAB/DAB+ Radio mode for the first time, the system will begin scanning for available stations. The screen will display “Scanning…” while scanning.
Once stations have been scanned, they will display in a list. If you wish to rescan for available stations, press the Menu button on the unit (Ref.6) or on the remote (Ref.28) and select “Scan”. The radio will now begin scanning for DAB stations. The number of detected stations will be displayed.
Once all available stations have been found, a list will display. To scroll through the available stations, use the Navigation/OK dial on the unit (Ref.3) or the Up/Down buttons on the remote control (Ref.29/Ref.41) and select a station by highlighting the station and pressing down the dial (Ref.3) or the OK button (Ref.40).
The station will begin to play. To select the previous or next station, go back to the list and use the navigation dial or the remote navigation buttons to scroll accordingly.
DAB/DAB+ Radio Settings
In DAB/DAB+ mode, press the MENU button on the unit or on the remote control to open DAB/DAB+ settings. You will be able to view the following options:
Browse through the available DAB/DAB+ stations.
Initiate a scan for available stations.
Browse through available stations by multiplex and frequency.
To remove stations that are listed but unavailable, you can turn on the ‘Prune’ setting. To switch on the Prune setting, select “Yes”.
DRC (Dynamic Range Compression)
Select this option to reduce the volume of louder sounds and boost the volume of quiter sounds. Choose between High, Low or Off.
Select the order that you would like the DAB/DAB+ stations to display in. Options include alphanumeric, ensemble and valid.
System Settings – Select to open system settings. Further guidance on these options can be found under section ‘System Settings’.
Main Menu – Select to view available modes.
DAB/DAB+ Station Information
Whilst playing a DAB/DAB+ station, the following station information can be viewed by pressing the ‘Info’ button on the unit or on the remote.
Programme Information: Displays artist and song currently playing.
PTY (Programme Type): This shows the type and description of the programme provided by the DAB station.
Channel and Frequency: Displays the station transmission channel number and frequency.
Signal Error/Strength: Displays station signal strength.
Bit Rate, Codec and Sampling Rate: The data rate at which the signal is being transmitted.
Today’s Date: Displays the date as provided by the broadcaster.
Press the ‘Mode’ button on the unit (Ref.4) or on the remote (Ref.37) until FM mode is selected.
Ensure that the antenna is screwed on, connected to the DAB/FM antenna port at the back of the system (Ref.21), and fully extended.
On first use of FM radio, the FM frequency “87.5 MHz” will display on the screen. To initiate an automatic scan up the bandwidth to the next available station, press down the Navigation/OK dial (Ref.3) or on the remote (Ref.40). Repeat to scroll through available stations.
Use the Navigation/OK dial or the remote to scroll through the frequencies. Scroll clockwise or press up on the remote to manually scroll up the bandwidth and scroll anti-clockwise or press down to manually scroll down the bandwidth.
FM Radio Settings
In FM mode, press the MENU button on the unit (Ref.6) or on the remote control (Ref.28) to open FM settings. Here you can scroll through the following options:
Select whether you would like to scan for all stations, or for stations only with a strong signal. Once selected, the screen will display “Strong stations only?”. To scan only for stations with strong signal, select “YES”.
All stereo stations are reproduced in stereo; for weak stations this can result in poor audio quality. The audio quality in FM mode can be improved by using mono audio mode.
Select whether to listen to the audio in stereo or mono. Once selected, the screen will display “Listen in Mono only?”. To listen in Mono, select “YES”. To listen in Stereo, select “NO”.
System Settings – Select to open system settings. Further guidance on these options can be found under section ‘System Settings’.
Main Menu – Select to view available modes.
FM Station Information
Whilst playing an FM station, the following station information can be viewed by pressing the ‘Info’ button (Ref.12) on the unit or on the remote (Ref.44).
Programme Information: Displays artist and song currently being played.
PTY (Programme Type): Shows the type and description of the programme provided by the DAB station.
Frequency: Displays the station transmission frequency.
Today’s Date: Displays the date as provided by the broadcaster.
Spotify Connect (in applicable models)
Please note that this is only compatible in applicable models.
Connect your Majority Fitzwilliam to your wifi network
Open up the Spotify app on your phone, tablet or laptop using the same wifi network.
Play a song and select Devices Available.
Select your Majority Fitzwilliam and start listening.
Use your phone, tablet or computer as a remote control for Spotify. Go to spotify.com/connect to learn how.
The Spotify Software is subject to third party licenses found here:
Press the ‘Mode’ button on the unit (Ref.4) or on the remote (Ref.37) repeatedly to scroll through to Music Player mode.
Select USB mode and insert a USB stick (Ref.1) with files. Confirm the device and highlight the desired folder/song with the Navigation/OK dial (Ref.3) or the navigation buttons on the remote and select the OK button (Ref.40) to play audio.
Please ensure that the USB stick is formatted as FAT16 or FAT32.
Universal Plug and Play allows you to connect to other devices to play your music such as personal computers (Windows media player), mobile (GooglePlay) and other devices.
Go to your computer or mobile and connect to the Fitzwilliam. Go to Control Panel > Network and Internet > View network computers and devices. Select the Fitzwilliam.
Go to the Fitzwilliam and select the device (home server, PC etc) that you wish to connect to and press the OK button to open shared folders on that device.
Both your device and the Fitzwilliam system will need to be connected to the same WiFi network.
If you have set up folders on your device that are being shared you can use the Navigation/OK dial to scroll through your choices and confirm your selection by pressing down the OK button.
You can create a playlist on the Fitzwilliam using ’Shared Media’ and ‘USB Playback’ settings.
On ‘Shared Media’ or ‘USB Playback’ settings, choose the file to be added to the playlist. Press and hold the Navigation/OK dial or OK button on the remote for approximately 3 seconds until the display shows “Added to Playlist”.
You can also use playlists that were created on your windows PC.
To remove files from the playlist, choose the file and then press and hold down the Navigation/OK dial for 3 seconds. The screen will then display “Delete from My Playlist?”. Confirm the delete by selecting “YES”.
Switch between turning the repeat playlist function ON and OFF.
Switch between turning shuffle playlist ON and OFF.
Clear My Playlist
Select this option to clear the whole playlist saved in “My Playlist”.
Reset the list of connected servers by selecting “YES”.
Press the ‘Mode’ button on the unit (Ref.4) or on the remote (Ref.37) repeatedly until Bluetooth mode is selected.
Go to your device’s Bluetooth settings to connect your chosen device to the radio via Bluetooth.
Please note that the radio only takes Bluetooth input from devices such as a phone or tablet.
The device will display on your Bluetooth device as “Majority Fitzwilliam”. Select the radio from your device and the connection will begin.
Select your chosen audio on your device and play.
Once connected, skip, play and pause the playing audio from the unit, remote control, or from your device.
Press the ‘Mode’ button on the unit (Ref.4) or on the remote (Ref.37) repeatedly until AUX-In mode is selected.
You can connect your phone or tablet with an AUX 3.5mm cable that connects to the Audio-in jack on the back of the unit (Ref.17).
Connect the AUX cable from the back of the Fitzwilliam into the device that you wish to play media from.
You can now begin playing media from your device. Ensure that the volume on the device is switched up for the best sound quality.
Note: When using playback in AUX mode, the buttons on the remote control and on the Fitzwilliam unit cannot be used to control media.
Dual Alarm Setting
Setting Alarm 1/Alarm 2
To set an alarm, select the ‘Alarm’ button on the remote control (Ref.12) or on the unit. Select ‘Main Menu’ and ‘Alarms’ to open alarm settings. Select Alarm 1 or Alarm 2 with the navigation dial (Ref.3) or OK button on the remote (Ref.40) to begin setting an alarm:
Enable: Choose the frequency of your alarm (Daily, Once, Weekends and Weekdays). If “Once” is selected, the date and time of the alarm will need to be set. Select ‘Off’ to turn off the alarm.
Time: The hour digits of the alarm will now begin to flash. Change the alarm hour with the Navigation dial or Up/Down buttons (Ref.29/Ref.41). Press down the dial or the OK button to confirm. Follow the same steps to set the alarm minutes.
Mode: Select between the following alarm wake-up tones: Buzzer, Internet radio, DAB and FM.
Preset: If internet, digital or FM radio is selected as your alarm tone, the station you last listened to on this mode or one of your preset favourites can be set as your alarm tone.
Volume: Use the Navigation dial or Up/Down buttons on the remote to scroll to your chosen alarm volume. Confirm the volume by pressing down the dial or the OK button.
Save: Once the above features have been set for the alarm, select ‘Save’ with the Navigation dial or OK button to confirm. Once set, an alarm icon will display on the standby screen.
Setting: Alarm Features
How to Cancel Your Alarm
Cancel the alarm before it sounds by pressing the ‘Alarm’ button on the remote control (Ref.34) or use the ‘Menu’ button on the unit. Select ‘Main Menu’ then ‘Alarms’ to open alarm settings.
Select the alarm that you would like to cancel (Alarm 1 or Alarm 2) with the navigation dial (Ref.3) or the OK button (Ref.40). Select “OFF”. Save and confirm alarm switch off by pressing down the Navigation/OK dial or the OK button.
How to Turn Off Your Alarm When Sounding
Turn off the alarm by pressing down the Power dial (Ref.13) or the Power/Standby button on the remote (Ref.23) when it is sounding. The screen will then display “Alarm Off”.
Snoozing Your Alarm
When the alarm is sounding, snooze the alarm by pressing the Snooze/Sleep button on the remote control (Ref.35) to select between snoozing for 5/10/15/20 minutes.
The alarm will snooze for your selected period of time. Cancel snooze by pressing the Power dial or Power button on the remote control.
Note: If the alarm is not stopped, the radio will automatically switch into Standby mode after an hour.
If no internet connection is available, or no signal is received for DAB or FM radio for the alarm, the radio alarm will sound with the buzzer tone.
Sleep Timer Settings
A sleep timer can be set to switch your radio to standby after the selected period of time.
Setting via the Sleep Button
To set a sleep timer, press the ‘Sleep’ button on the remote (Ref.35).
Press the Sleep button repeatedly to switch between the available sleep times (Sleep Off, 15, 30, 45 or 60 minutes). Highlight your chosen sleep timer length, wait a few seconds and the unit will automatically save the timer.
Setting via the Menu Button
Press the ‘Menu’ button on the unit (Ref.6) or on the remote (Ref.28). Then select ‘Main Menu’ settings and while ‘Sleep’ is highlighted, press the next button (Ref.39) to open sleep settings and “Sleep Off” will show.
Use the Up/Down buttons on the remote control to scroll through options, or alternatively press the ‘Sleep’ button until your chosen option is selected, as per the guidance above.
Once the sleep timer has been selected, the timer length and a sleep icon will show on the bottom left of the radio screen.
To turn the Sleep timer off, simply keep pressing the ‘Sleep’ button until “Sleep Timer Off” displays, and select this option.
Access system settings by pressing the Menu button on the unit (Ref.6) or the remote control (Ref.28). Scroll to ‘System Settings’. Here you can scroll through the following options:
Choose between a variety of equaliser settings that improve the sound quality of the audio type/genre. The Equaliser can also be accessed by pressing the ‘EQ’ button on the remote (Ref.25). Select “My EQ Profile Setup” to set your own equaliser. Change the Bass or Treble settings with the Up/Down buttons or the Navigation dial.
Once modified, press the ‘Back’ button (Ref.7) or (Ref.30) and the screen will display “Save Changes?”. Select “YES” to save “My EQ”. You can now select it under
Select to open Network setting options. Once selected, the following settings options will display:
Network wizard – Select to begin a scan for available Networks.
PBC Wlan setup – Select to start a scan for available networks. Press the WPS button on your WiFi modem to connect to the device.
View Settings – If connected to a network, select to view current connected network information.
WLAN Region – Select between Europe or Australia as your Wlan region.
Manual Settings – Select whether to connect to WiFi wirelessly or by connecting a LAN cable into your WiFi modem from the Fitzwilliam LAN socket (Ref.20).
NetRemote PIN Setup – A pin can be located here, which must be input into the remote control app to connect. You can also change the PIN number here.
Network Profile – Displays name of the connected network.
Clear Network Settings – Clear connected network and settings by selecting “YES”.
Keep Network Connected – Set whether to keep the network connected to the unit. Select “YES” to keep the current network connected.
Select to open time/date setting options. The following options will display:
Set Time/Date: The date will now begin to flash. Change the day with the navigation dial or Up/Down buttons on the remote. Once you have selected the day, press down the navigation dial or OK button to confirm. Follow the same process for setting the month and year. Follow the same process for setting the time.
Auto Update: Update the time and date from DAB, FM, or WiFi.
Set Format: Select 12 or 24 hour clock display.
Set Timezone: Select your timezone to display the correct time.
Daylight Savings: Select whether you would like to turn on daylight savings (for automatic adjustment between summer and winter time).
Select your chosen default language for the radio from the list.
Select this option to perform a factory reset. This would be advisable if your radio has any functionality issues. Once asked to confirm reset, select “Yes”.
Select for update settings. Once this option is selected, two options will display: Auto-check setting or Check now.
If ‘Auto-check setting’ is selected, you can set the unit to periodically check for new software. Select “YES” to confirm this option. If ‘Check now’ is selected, you can initiate a scan on the unit for available updates.
Restart unit back to ‘Setup Wizard’ to revert back to original setup stage.
Select to view software version, spotify version, Radio ID and name.
Information regarding where further privacy information can be located.
Select to change the backlight level.
Timeout: Choose the backlight display timeout. Select between the following timeout options: On, 10, 20, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120 and 180. After being inactive for the period of time specified, the screen will darken.
On Level: Choose the screen brightness while using the radio (High, Medium or Low).
Dim Level: Choose the brightness of the dim setting (Medium, Low or Off).
Remote Control App
To begin controlling your radio via the remote control app from your smartphone or tablet, you can download the UNDOK Frontier app from your device’s app store.
Firstly, ensure that your phone or tablet is connected to the same WiFi as the radio.
Once the app is downloaded, open the app and ensure that your radio is switched on and not on standby mode. The app should then automatically display the Majority Fitzwilliam. Select the device to connect.
You can now begin adjusting settings and navigating around the unit using the UNDOK app.
|Dimensions||43.5 x 7.4 x 29.7 cm|
|Power||AC 100-240V ~ 50-60Hz|
|Supported Files||MP3, WMA, WAV, FLAC, AAC+|
|AUX In||3.5 mm|
|Headphone Jack||3.5 mm|
|DAB||174 – 240 MHz|
|FM||87.5 – 108 MHz|
- Read these instructions:
- Heed all warnings.
- Follow all instructions in the user manual.
- Do no clean the apparatus near or with water.
- Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
- Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
- Protect the power from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
- Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
- Unplug this apparatus during light storms or when unused for long periods of time.
- Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in a way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to the rain or moisture, does not operate normally or has been dropped.
- No naked flame sources, such as lit candles, should be placed on the apparatus.
- Dispose of used electrical products and batteries safely according to your local authority and regulations.
The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquid, such as vases, shall be places on the apparatus.
Main plug is used to disconnect device and it should remain readily operable during intended use. In order to disconnect the apparatus from the main power completely, the power plug should be disconnected from the main socket outlet completely.
Battery shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
If you are having issues with your product or require further assistance, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page below.
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