Section IV. OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
2-16. OPERATION IN UNUSUAL WEATHER|
The line printer is designed to operate normally in a climate controlled area protected from dust and extreme dryness. If
the climate control equipment fails, you may continue to operate the line printer if the room temperature is not lower than
32OF (0oC) or higher than 1lOOF (43.50C).
Do not allow wet cloths used for emergency humidification to drip on floor or near electronic equipment in
operating area. A shock hazard will be present.
When operating in extremely dry climate you must use a humidifier to raise the relative humidity above 10%. If the
humidifier fails, soak cloths or towels with water and hang them in the work area away from equipment. The evaporation
which results will raise the humidity and allow you to continue operation. Monitor the humidity while you operate to make
sure it is at least 10%.
12-17. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
If the ac power goes out at the power source while the line printer is on, turn off the printer at the ON/OFF power switch.
When ac power is restored, restart the printer. If the printer was operating on line before power interruption, you will have
to start the program being run from the beginning.
If ac power interruption affects entire ADP system, see your system manual for start-up procedure.