To Master Multiplication Tables and other Math Facts:

"Kids regard it as a 'GameBoy', but it is a little computer for practicing basic math facts"
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"perfect in every way … without a doubt, the best math resource I've ever come across"  
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HOW TO INSTALL BATTERIES

Following the safety instructions set forth below under “SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS”, an adult should:

1.  Push open the loosely-hinged battery compartment door after carefully loosening its screw with a screwdriver.  Neither the door nor the screw should be removed entirely.

2.  Install 2 new AA-size 1.5-volt alkaline batteries with correct polarity (+,-) following the illustration inside the battery compartment.

3.  Close the compartment door and tighten the screw.

Note:  Installing batteries "resets" the FlashMaster—restoring all its original settings and erasing its temporary memory, including all stored results and missed or “entered” problems.

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND MAINTENANCE

·   IF EARPHONES (not included) ARE USED, BE SURE THEY ARE NOT TOO LOUD.
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   ONLY ADULTS SHOULD REMOVE OR INSTALL BATTERIES.
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   If a battery is swallowed, call a doctor immediately.
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   Batteries should be kept away from children who still might put things in their mouths.
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   Use only 1.5-volt alkaline AA-size batteries—2 of them.
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   Install batteries with correct polarity—that is, with the "+" and/or "-" on both batteries aligned with the "+" and/or "-" markings in the battery compartment.
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   Use only batteries of the same type.
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   Do not mix old and new batteries.
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   Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc), or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium) batteries.
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   Do not use rechargeable batteries.
·   Do not try to recharge non-rechargeable batteries.
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   The supply terminals must not be short-circuited.
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   Remove exhausted or corroded batteries.
·   Dispose of old batteries lawfully and promptly.
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   Remove batteries to prevent corrosion if the FlashMaster will not be used for at least 2 weeks.
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   Do not expose batteries to fire or heat since batteries may explode or leak corrosive or toxic material, etc.

MORE MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

·   Use common sense to protect the Flashmaster and children.
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   Handle the FlashMaster gently and carefully.
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   Do not drop the FlashMaster.

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   When the FlashMaster is carried in a backpack, it should be located, cushioned, and/or wrapped in order to protect it—especially its     display (“LCD”) and keys.
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   Keep the FlashMaster dry.  If it gets wet, dry it immediately.
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   Do not expose it to severe cold or high heat.  For example, do not leave it on the dashboard of a car.
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   Wipe it with a damp cloth to clean it.  Do not use cleaning solvents or strong detergents or chemicals.
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   If “REPLACE BATTERIES” blinks, new ones are needed.

 

 

Math Facts” = Multiplication Tables, Division Tables, Addition Tables, and Subtraction Tables
The FlashMaster is the key to multiplication table mastery!