Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Made in China

I recently purchased a DVD player for my SUV. (That’s right – I don’t care about the environment or gas prices. I still need a big vehicle to carry my family and all our stuff.)

The DVD player was installed, and I got my truck back a few days ago. When the wireless headphones weren’t working quite the way they should, I decided to consult the owner’s manual to see if there were any tips for making them work better.

It wasn’t long before I realized that the manual was written, no doubt, by a Chinese person with very little knowledge of English.

So, for your enjoyment today, here are some nuggets from the manual.

• Installation
o Disassemble the metal support bracket from the unit by loosing four screws…
o Take extra care to unbroken the ceilling of the vehicle.
• Simple trouble shooting with reasons
o The audio sets are setuped in wrong way.
o Electric wire conjunction inaccuracy: check connects the lines
o The CD has already pack into but no surd sound
o The disc put the anti;
o The disc become soiled or row to harm seriously
o Because of the vibration but the emergence jump the sound phenomenon
o Install unsteady settle: (use the gearing parts to pack this machine firm)
o Have noing vibration to also appear to jump the sound phonemenon