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Disclaimer kopieret fra gyraf.dk.
« on: May 03, 2006, 09:28:47 PM »
Denne disclaimer er kopieret fra Jakob Erlands website på gyraf.dk men dens ordlyd er gældende og skal repekteres selvom designs modtages via mail eller på anden måde hvor modtageren måske ikke er vidende om disclaimerens eksistens og hvor der nævnes salg i teksten er også underforstået videresalg.

The projects described on these pages are not commercial in any way. This means that we DO NOT sell PCB's, kits, or anything like that. It also means that any for-profit use of the information on these pages is strictly prohibited. I.e., you can NOT sell PCB's, kits (neither partial, nor complete) or finished units of the DIY projects on this site, without the express written consent of Gyraf Audio. These pages are information only - but the best and most complete set of information we have been able to come up with.

Please DO NOT contact us regarding parts or info for the DIY-projects, as we don't sell anything related to these - they're kept strictly non-commercial. Refer to www.GroupDIY.org for additional information on the diy-stuff.

07. Feb. 2005

Disclaimer: Notice that all information, schematics, layouts etc. are supplied "as is", and that we can in no way be held responsible for its acurateness, functionality or even safety.

Gyraf Audio shall not be responsible and disclaims all liability for any loss, liability, damage (whether direct or consequential) or expense of any nature whatsoever which may be suffered as a result of or which may be attributable, directly or indirectly, to the use of or reliance upon any information, links or service provided through this website.

Also you should take extreme caution when working with mains voltages and the very high DC voltages ocurring in tube circuits. These voltages are lethal, and the smallest error will be chatastrophic. And we like you to stay alive and well, so you can help other people sharing our bizarre interest for building retro-pro-audio-equipment.

Basic safety rules:

- NEVER work with live voltage switched on. Switch off, discharge, work, connect measuring equipment and power up.

- Always keep your mains connector in plain sight when working, so you can assure yourself that it really is disconnected.

- If possible, get an extra voltmeter, and keep it connected to the charging capacitator in your tube HT supply. Never touch anything before voltage drops beneath 48V.

- Always tidy up your working area before connecting your project to the mains. This gives you some time for second thoughts about what you are doing.
« Last Edit: November 27, 2008, 12:18:20 PM by Luny Tune »
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