Sharp PN-H801 User Manual
Information on the Disposal of this Equipment and its Batteries
IF YOU WISH TO DISPOSE OF THIS EQUIPMENT OR ITS BATTERIES, DO NOT USE THE ORDINARY WASTE BIN,
AND DO NOT PUT THEM INTO A FIREPLACE!
Used electrical and electronic equipment and batteries should always be collected and treated SEPARATELY in accordance
with local law.
Separate collection promotes an environment-friendly treatment, recycling of materials, and minimizing final disposal of
waste. IMPROPER DISPOSAL can be harmful to human health and the environment due to certain substances! Take USED
EQUIPMENT to a local, usually municipal, collection facility, where available.
Remove USED BATTERIES from equipment, and take them to a battery collection facility; usually a place where new
batteries are sold.
If in doubt about disposal, contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
ONLY FOR USERS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION, AND SOME OTHER COUNTRIES; FOR INSTANCE NORWAY AND
SWITZERLAND: Your participation in separate collection is requested by law.
The symbol shown above appears on electrical and electronic equipment and batteries (or the packaging) to remind users
of this. If ‘Hg’ or ‘Pb’ appears below the symbol, this means that the battery contains traces of mercury (Hg) or lead (Pb),
Users from PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS are requested to use existing return facilities for used equipment and batteries.
Batteries are collected at points of sale. Return is free of charge.
If the equipment has been used for BUSINESS PURPOSES, please contact your SHARP dealer who will inform you about
take-back. You might be charged for the costs arising from take-back. Small equipment (and small quantities) might be taken
back by your local collection facility. For Spain: Please contact the established collection system or your local authority for
take-back of your used products.