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Hello all users!compatible with the cargo.
WARNING ! Be aware that the lubricant is
I think that the warning should read as follows:compatible with the cargo.
WARNING ! Beware that the lubricant is
"Beware" means "make sure" or "see to it". It's not a statement but recommendation. I think so.
The fragment is taken from operating/maintenance instructions for HS-ISO pressure valve.
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I agree with MikeNewYork. "Beware" is similar to "Be careful [because]". It would be very odd to warn people that something is compatible with something else.
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