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    Post Manual writing

    Hi, I'm Shiho, a translator of the company.

    I'm re-checking the instruction manual of my predecessor and I felt something strange of the sentence below.
    1. Do you use "because" in the manual writing ?
    2. First part (Do not put the stuff does not ---) is difficult to understand...


    Do not put the stuff does not want to be wet around this unit, because this unit has the possiblity of the water leak
    under wrong installation and operation.

    What do you think? and if you feel the same, how are you doing to correct it?

    Thank you for your help!

    Shiho

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    #2

    Re: Manual writing

    How about:

    Do not place things that need to be kept dry near this unit as it may leak water if installed or operated incorrectly.

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    #3

    Re: Manual writing

    Thank you so much for the reply. Yes, I really like it!!

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