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INSTALL BATTERIES IN CONTROLLER. 1) Remove battery compartment cover, insert batteries into controller, and then replace the cover. One set of batteries provides about 300 hours of gameplay. 2) Insert receiver connector into controller port of PlayStation® 2. 3) Turn on PlayStation 2, and then load a game.
Receiver Status light blinks slowly. 4) To establish a connection with receiver, press any action button on controller. Receiver Status light turns solid green for 2 seconds (then off) when connection has been made. If controller does not connect, press the Connect button on receiver, and then press any action button on controller. 5) The controller enters sleep mode after the batteries are inserted, when the controller has not connected with the receiver, and after 5 minutes of inactivity. Press any action button to activate the controller.
CONTROLLER MODE/STATUS LIGHT. 1) Normal mode (light off): Triggers and action buttons provide analog pressure input (i.e., increased pressure on these controls increases action in supported games).
2) Scanning mode (light blinks for up to 10 seconds). Controller searches for connection with receiver.
3) Low Battery status (light blinks briefly every few seconds). All controller functions continue to operate for at least 100 hours more. 4) Sleep mode (light off). Controller power consumption is minimized to prolong battery life. There is no connection with receiver.
RECEIVER STATUS LIGHT. Light blinks slowly when there is no connection between controller and receiver. Light turns solid green for 2 seconds (then off) when controller and receiver have established a connection.
Light blinks each time a control is used on a "connected controller." (Rapid usage of a controller gives the appearance that the light is on constantly.) Light blinks quickly when the receiver searches for a new controller.
IMPORTANT ERGONOMIC INFORMATION: Long periods of repetitive motion using an improperly set-up workspace,
incorrect body position, and poor work habits may be associated with physical discomfort and injury to nerves, tendons, and muscles. If you feel pain, numbness, weakness, swelling, burning, cramping,
or stiffness in your hands, wrists, arms, shoulders, neck, or back, see a qualified health professional. For more information, please read the Comfort Guidelines located on the Logitech® web site at http://www.logitech.com/comfort, or on the Logitech® Software CD (products with software only).
WARNING! CHOKING HAZARD: Small parts, not for children under 3 years.
UL SAFETY: Your product has been UL tested. It is safe to use with UL listed PCs or UL listed devices for use with TVs.
POWER SUPPLY WARNING: If your product has a power supply, follow these safety guidelines: 1) The power supply is for indoor use only. 2) Use the power supply that comes with your product; do not use any other power supply. 3) Do not use a damaged power supply or attempt to repair one that is damaged.
4) Do not immerse the power supply in water or subject it to physical abuse. 5) Inspect the power supply regularly for damage to its cable, plug, and body.
BATTERY WARNING: If your product uses batteries, follow the battery manufacturer s instructions as well as these important safety tips. Exercise care when handling batteries. Do not open or mutilate them. When batteries are misused, they may leak or explode causing burns and personal injury. Conducting materials can also short out a battery causing it to overheat and leak. Do not put batteries in a fire, expose them to heat above 130 F (54 C), or immerse them in water. If your batteries leak, use caution and discard the batteries immediately according to the battery manufacturer s instructions and your local laws. When replacing batteries, remove all used batteries. Mixing old and new batteries may cause battery leakage or rupture. When possible use alkaline battery replacements. You may use other battery types, but do not mix them with alkalines. Make sure that you insert the batteries correctly. When not using your product for long periods of time, remove the batteries and store them in a cool, dry place at normal room temperature.
TROUBLESHOOTING: Visit Logitech Customer Support online at www.logitech.com.