Duval County Schools<br />RM Support <br />Email – support@rmeducation.com<br />
RM Classcart <br />
Components of the RM Classcart<br />Cart<br />Power (inside cart, outside cart)<br />Electronic Locks<br />Projection Syst...
RM Classcart Features<br />Desk Top Surface <br />Pull out Workspace<br />Rubber Impact Strip<br />Adjustable Shelf<br />P...
RM Classcart Lock & Drawer<br />Storage Drawer:   7 inch depth<br />16 inches width and 17 inches length<br />Electronic K...
RM Classcart Lock Location<br />
Changing the battery in the electronic lock <br />What you will need?<br />Need a Phillips screw driver.<br />Two, AAA Bat...
Changing the battery in the electronic lock <br />
Removing Classcart Drawer<br />If you have difficulty accessing the lock to change the battery, you can remove the drawer ...
Projection System<br />Sharp PG-F267 XGA <br />Short Throw<br />(1024 X 768)<br />2500 Lumens<br />DLP Projector<br />Four...
DLP Projectors Verses LCD Projectors<br />Sharp DLP Technology<br />
Recommended Sharp Projector Settings<br />Eco Lamp Mode<br />Increases lamp life<br />AV Mute<br />   Power savings and in...
Unique Sharp Remote Features<br />Access by using the Pointer, Spot and Effect button.  <br />
Sharp Short Throw Projector Lens<br />Please be very careful when closing the door to the carts to make sure the lens is n...
Sharp Express Repair Program<br />If your projector has issues you can contact Sharp:<br />1-888-467-4277, Press Option #2...
RM Classcart DVD Player/Recorder with Tuner<br />.<br />
RM Classcart DVD Player/Recorder Functions<br />DVD Recorder/Player is all about convenience! Progressive scan DVD. It pla...
RM Classcart DVD Tuner Functions<br />Allows cable to come into the projector.<br />Allows local school channel to come in...
Connecting the Coax Cable to the DVD Player<br />Connect coax <br />Cable to input on <br />the DVD player.<br />The other...
RM Classcart DVD Player Troubleshooting<br />Make sure power cord is plugged in by confirming unit has power.  Look for li...
AverVision CP155Document Camera<br />
Connecting the Classcart to the Document Camera<br />Cable from doc cam to the computer.<br />USB from doc cam to computer...
Connecting a VGA Cables to Your Computer and Document Camera<br />Goes into your BLUE connection <br />on the document cam...
Connecting Audio to the Computer<br />Make sure audio cable is plugged in to the green headset for sound to heard from you...
Document Camera Features<br />Control Panel<br />
Loading AverVision Software<br />You must have administrative rights to load the software.<br />Use CP155 disk that comes ...
AverVision Software Reference Guide<br />
AverVision Software<br /><ul><li>You can load on ANY computer (unlimited license).
 Makes Doc Cam an interactive tool not a “glorified overhead projector.”
 Record, annotate and save images for future use.
 Works on both Mac or PC.</li></li></ul><li>AverVision Advanced Settings<br />
Additional AverVision On-Line Training	<br />For more information on using AverVision Software:<br />http://www.avermedia-...
AverVision Quick Reference Guides <br />http://www.averusa.com/presentation/dl_cp155.asp<br />Avermedia has a five year wa...
RM Classboard Touch<br />With Bluetooth Connectivity<br />
Bluetooth RM Classboard Touch<br />Works with the following computer configurations:<br />Mac<br />PC with Built in Blueto...
Caring for your RM Classboard Touch	<br />DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES USE DRY ERASE CLEANER ON THE BOARD’S SURFACE.<br ...
Powering the RM Classboard Touch<br />
Installing the RM Classboard Bluetooth<br />
Installing the RM Classboard Bluetooth<br />Bluetooth is held in place by two screws.<br />The RM installers should have c...
Loading the RM Classboard Software<br />You must have administrative rights to load the software.<br />Use the Polyvision ...
Downloading the RM Classboard Drivers<br />
Downloading the RM Classboard Drivers<br />Once drivers have been loaded, turn off the computer completely.<br />Leave com...
If you have a PC, please continue to the next slide for directions on whiteboard connectivity.  If you have a MAC please c...
Required Bluetooth Setting on Laptops<br />On the “Start” toolbar bar, chose the Control Panel.<br />Once in Control Panel...
Required Bluetooth Setting on Laptops<br />Choose Services Shortcut.<br />
Required Bluetooth Setting on Laptops<br />Select Bluetooth Support Services.<br />
Required Bluetooth Setting on Laptops<br />On the General tab, hit the stop button.<br />
Required Bluetooth Setting on Laptops<br />Move to the Log On Tab, make sure to chose LOCAL SYSTEM  ACCOUNT.<br />Go back ...
Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter to the Classboard Bluetooth- PC Directions<br />Now that you the Classboard drivers d...
Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter- PC Directions<br />Step 3: This screen will appear, follow directions below:<br />Se...
Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter- PC Directions<br />Step 4: Choose the PV device and follow directions below:<br />Se...
Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter- PC Directions<br />Step 5: Select the Use Passkey found in documentation and type in...
Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter- PC Directions<br />Step 6: The computer will connect to the RM Classboard Bluetooth....
Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter- PC Directions<br />Final Step: Your Bluetooth is now configured and ready to be used...
Configuring the POLYVISION Driver- PC Directions<br />Step 1: Click on the Polyvision board short cut and choose the “Conf...
RM Classboard Configuration Preferences- PC Directions<br />Short-cut to the board driver<br />can be found on the desktop...
Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter to the Classboard Bluetooth- PC Directions<br />Final step is to connect the whiteboa...
Connecting the POLYVISION Adapter to the Classboard Bluetooth- PC Directions<br />After you go through the previous steps ...
Calibrating the RM Classboard Touch <br />Hit the projection short cut button on the board this <br />green calibration sc...
Main Short Cut Tools on the RM Classboard<br />
More Tools Continued…<br />
If you have a MAC, please continue to the next group of slides for directions on whiteboard connectivity.  If you have a P...
Downloading the RM Classboard Drivers<br />Once the Polyvision drivers have been loaded, turn off the computer completely....
Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC<br />Here is the device.<br />
Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC<br />
Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC<br />
Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC<br />
Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC<br />
Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC<br />
Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC<br />
Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC<br />
Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC<br />
Connecting the POLYVISION Adapter to the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC Directions<br />After you go through the previous steps...
RM Summer Training<br />Presented by:<br />Jessica Coppage, RM Education<br />904-383-8861; jcoppage@rmeducation.com<br />...
Your RM ePad contents<br />RM ePad<br />3 extra USB ports<br />Receiver dongle RM ePad pen<br />Batteries Hand straps<br />
ePad Features<br />Wireless Pen<br />LCD menu screen<br />Power Button<br />Mouse button<br />Volume Adjustment<br />Activ...
How long will my charge last?<br />The ePad:<br />After charging for 6-8 hours the ePad will last 40 hours continuously!<b...
Easiteach Software<br />Launch the Easiteach software from the desktop icon…<br />…or from your program files on the start...
How can I share my Easibook? What if they do not have the Easiteach software?<br />http://www.rmeducation.com/easiteach/re...
Who do I call with issues?<br />Contact your school technician and they will determine if they need to create a service ti...
PenPadWireless Tablet<br />
Loading the Qomo PenPad Software<br />You must have administrative rights to load the software.<br />Use the PenPad QIT30 ...
Qomo PenPad Features<br /><ul><li>  Built-in LCD indicator panel
  Energy saving stylus turns pen on/off
  A5 high resolution working area
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  1. 1. Duval County Schools<br />RM Support <br />Email – support@rmeducation.com<br />
  2. 2. RM Classcart <br />
  3. 3. Components of the RM Classcart<br />Cart<br />Power (inside cart, outside cart)<br />Electronic Locks<br />Projection System<br />DVD Player with Tuner<br />Sound System (speakers and subwoofer)<br />Document Camera*** (requires software to be loaded)<br />VGA and Audio Cable<br />
  4. 4. RM Classcart Features<br />Desk Top Surface <br />Pull out Workspace<br />Rubber Impact Strip<br />Adjustable Shelf<br />Powder Coated Finish<br />Left and Right Cable openings<br />External Power Cord Reel<br />Swivel Casters with Locks<br />4<br />
  5. 5. RM Classcart Lock & Drawer<br />Storage Drawer: 7 inch depth<br />16 inches width and 17 inches length<br />Electronic Keypad Lock<br />Programmable<br />Code is 0099, but you change if you desire.<br />5<br />PC and Doc Cam can fit in the drawer.<br />+<br />
  6. 6. RM Classcart Lock Location<br />
  7. 7. Changing the battery in the electronic lock <br />What you will need?<br />Need a Phillips screw driver.<br />Two, AAA Batteries<br />What happen if the battery dies when the door is locked?<br />If batteries die when cart is locked, you hold a 9 volt battery<br />to lock (by the sensors) and it charges enough to open the<br />lock.<br />
  8. 8. Changing the battery in the electronic lock <br />
  9. 9. Removing Classcart Drawer<br />If you have difficulty accessing the lock to change the battery, you can remove the drawer from the cart:<br />Pull up levers on both sides of the cart drawer and pull out the drawer from the cart.<br />This allows you to access the cart screws located on the back side of the lock.<br />
  10. 10. Projection System<br />Sharp PG-F267 XGA <br />Short Throw<br />(1024 X 768)<br />2500 Lumens<br />DLP Projector<br />Four Year Warranty<br />90 Day Lamp Warranty<br />Five to One FREE lamps<br />
  11. 11. DLP Projectors Verses LCD Projectors<br />Sharp DLP Technology<br />
  12. 12. Recommended Sharp Projector Settings<br />Eco Lamp Mode<br />Increases lamp life<br />AV Mute<br /> Power savings and increases lamp life…<br /> DLPs do not like to be turned on and off throughout the day.<br />
  13. 13. Unique Sharp Remote Features<br />Access by using the Pointer, Spot and Effect button. <br />
  14. 14. Sharp Short Throw Projector Lens<br />Please be very careful when closing the door to the carts to make sure the lens is not catching on the lip of the cart.<br />If the projector lens is scratched, it can cause spots on the projected image.<br />Please note the lens is not a WARRANTY item, this is considered proper care of the equipment.<br />
  15. 15. Sharp Express Repair Program<br />If your projector has issues you can contact Sharp:<br />1-888-467-4277, Press Option #2 <br />To expedite calls for service, please have your product model<br />Number and serial number available for the product specialist.<br />Available from 8am to 8pm - Eastern Standard Time<br /> For more detailed information on the ER program, please follow this link:<br />http://www.sharpusa.com/CustomerSupport/ContactUs/ContactUsProductSupport.aspx<br />
  16. 16. RM Classcart DVD Player/Recorder with Tuner<br />.<br />
  17. 17. RM Classcart DVD Player/Recorder Functions<br />DVD Recorder/Player is all about convenience! Progressive scan DVD. It plays MP3, DVD+RW, CDRs, and even JPEG images from a CD so you can have your own slide show.<br />***Cable TV runs through the DVD making it your “CABLE BOX”<br />Product has a one year manufacturer warranty.<br />Please contact RM with warranty issues.<br />
  18. 18. RM Classcart DVD Tuner Functions<br />Allows cable to come into the projector.<br />Allows local school channel to come into the projector and be viewed on a large format.<br />Need a 15 to 20 foot coax cable from wall to back of DVD player in the cart.<br />
  19. 19. Connecting the Coax Cable to the DVD Player<br />Connect coax <br />Cable to input on <br />the DVD player.<br />The other end of <br />coax goes into the <br />wall where the<br />Television was <br />Mounted.<br />
  20. 20. RM Classcart DVD Player Troubleshooting<br />Make sure power cord is plugged in by confirming unit has power. Look for light on the face of the DVD player.<br /> (DVD plugs into the power strip located inside the cart.) <br />Check all connections to make sure they are secure, including the following:<br />Coax cable<br />All connections going into the wall-plate<br />Be careful connecting coax as most cables have a male to female connection.<br />
  21. 21. AverVision CP155Document Camera<br />
  22. 22. Connecting the Classcart to the Document Camera<br />Cable from doc cam to the computer.<br />USB from doc cam to computer in order to <br />Capture images/video from the doc cam<br />Doc cam power cord<br />Audio cable from cart VGA to the computer “headset” input on your laptop.<br />BLUE CONNECTION<br />BLACK CONNECTION<br />VGA cable from cart<br /> to the doc cam.<br />
  23. 23. Connecting a VGA Cables to Your Computer and Document Camera<br />Goes into your BLUE connection <br />on the document camera VGA port.<br />Goes into your audio port in your computer (ALWAYS THE GREEN HEADSET).<br />Be careful with the VGA connections as the ports have uneven sides.<br />
  24. 24. Connecting Audio to the Computer<br />Make sure audio cable is plugged in to the green headset for sound to heard from your computer.<br />
  25. 25. Document Camera Features<br />Control Panel<br />
  26. 26. Loading AverVision Software<br />You must have administrative rights to load the software.<br />Use CP155 disk that comes in the AverVision box or<br />Use CP155 software from the AverVision Web Site: <br />http://www.averusa.com/presentation/dl_cp155.asp<br />Choose Mac or PC<br />
  27. 27. AverVision Software Reference Guide<br />
  28. 28. AverVision Software<br /><ul><li>You can load on ANY computer (unlimited license).
  29. 29. Makes Doc Cam an interactive tool not a “glorified overhead projector.”
  30. 30. Record, annotate and save images for future use.
  31. 31. Works on both Mac or PC.</li></li></ul><li>AverVision Advanced Settings<br />
  32. 32. Additional AverVision On-Line Training <br />For more information on using AverVision Software:<br />http://www.avermedia-usa.com/presentation/tutorial_av3win.asp<br />
  33. 33. AverVision Quick Reference Guides <br />http://www.averusa.com/presentation/dl_cp155.asp<br />Avermedia has a five year warranty on their products. You<br />Can contact customer service at 877-528-7824. They also <br />A “live chat” customer support feature on-line.<br />Five year manufacturer warranty on the AverVision document camera.<br />
  34. 34. RM Classboard Touch<br />With Bluetooth Connectivity<br />
  35. 35. Bluetooth RM Classboard Touch<br />Works with the following computer configurations:<br />Mac<br />PC with Built in Bluetooth<br />PC with no built in Bluetooth <br />Main benefits of the Bluetooth RM Classboard Touch:<br />No cable required to connect the board to the computer.<br />
  36. 36. Caring for your RM Classboard Touch <br />DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES USE DRY ERASE CLEANER ON THE BOARD’S SURFACE.<br />The board is cleaned by using soap and water mixture.<br />If you write on the board use only dry erase markers and clean the board that day to insure you board will last.<br />The board has a five year warranty from RM.<br />
  37. 37. Powering the RM Classboard Touch<br />
  38. 38. Installing the RM Classboard Bluetooth<br />
  39. 39. Installing the RM Classboard Bluetooth<br />Bluetooth is held in place by two screws.<br />The RM installers should have connected this during installation.<br />
  40. 40. Loading the RM Classboard Software<br />You must have administrative rights to load the software.<br />Use the Polyvision disk that comes in the Polyvision box or<br />Use the Polyvision software from the Web Site<br />http://www.polyvision.com/Support/Downloads/tabid/232/CategoryId/18/DownloadTypeId/106/LangId/158/Default.aspx<br />Choose Mac or PC<br />
  41. 41. Downloading the RM Classboard Drivers<br />
  42. 42. Downloading the RM Classboard Drivers<br />Once drivers have been loaded, turn off the computer completely.<br />Leave computer shut down for two minutes.<br /> Insert the Polyvision Bluetooth into one of your computer’s USB ports.<br />Turn on computer with Bluetooth inserted in the USB port.<br />
  43. 43. If you have a PC, please continue to the next slide for directions on whiteboard connectivity. If you have a MAC please continue to the NEXT Stop Sign in this presentation for connecting using your MAC computer.<br />Stop and Read Below:<br />
  44. 44. Required Bluetooth Setting on Laptops<br />On the “Start” toolbar bar, chose the Control Panel.<br />Once in Control Panel, chose Administrative Tools.<br />
  45. 45. Required Bluetooth Setting on Laptops<br />Choose Services Shortcut.<br />
  46. 46. Required Bluetooth Setting on Laptops<br />Select Bluetooth Support Services.<br />
  47. 47. Required Bluetooth Setting on Laptops<br />On the General tab, hit the stop button.<br />
  48. 48. Required Bluetooth Setting on Laptops<br />Move to the Log On Tab, make sure to chose LOCAL SYSTEM ACCOUNT.<br />Go back to the General Tab and hit the START button.<br />
  49. 49. Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter to the Classboard Bluetooth- PC Directions<br />Now that you the Classboard drivers dowloaded, you are<br />ready to connect the board with your computer. Give your <br />computer a chance to recognize the Polyvision bluetooth. <br />You will see this icon pop up in the system tray.<br />Step 1:<br />Right click on the Bluetooth icon in the system tray on your desktop.<br />Step 2:<br />A similar menu will pop up, please select Add Bluetooth Device.<br />
  50. 50. Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter- PC Directions<br />Step 3: This screen will appear, follow directions below:<br />Select the device is ready to be setup and hit the NEXT button.<br />
  51. 51. Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter- PC Directions<br />Step 4: Choose the PV device and follow directions below:<br />Select and hit the next button<br />
  52. 52. Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter- PC Directions<br />Step 5: Select the Use Passkey found in documentation and type in the passcode 1,2,3,4 and hit next.<br />Passcode is 1, 2, 3,4<br />Hit next after entering code.<br />
  53. 53. Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter- PC Directions<br />Step 6: The computer will connect to the RM Classboard Bluetooth.<br />
  54. 54. Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter- PC Directions<br />Final Step: Your Bluetooth is now configured and ready to be used.<br />Click on the finish button.<br />
  55. 55. Configuring the POLYVISION Driver- PC Directions<br />Step 1: Click on the Polyvision board short cut and choose the “Configure Polyvision Driver tab.”<br />
  56. 56. RM Classboard Configuration Preferences- PC Directions<br />Short-cut to the board driver<br />can be found on the desktop to access the configuration. Click to launch configuration options.<br />Choose the “best” selection on the <br />“projection” tab. This will give you the <br />best calibration.<br />
  57. 57. Connecting to the POLYVISION Adapter to the Classboard Bluetooth- PC Directions<br />Final step is to connect the whiteboard by clicking the “find serial whiteboard button.”<br />Once the board is connected you will hear the board “chirp.”<br />Now hit the projector button on the board short cuts and this will take you to the calibration screen.<br />
  58. 58. Connecting the POLYVISION Adapter to the Classboard Bluetooth- PC Directions<br />After you go through the previous steps one time, you<br />should automatically connect to the board as long as<br />your Polyvision Bluetooth Adapter is inserted in your<br />computer…every time you turn on the board, it will<br />automatically connect with the “chirp.”<br />Then you hit the projection button and the board is ready <br />to use. <br />
  59. 59. Calibrating the RM Classboard Touch <br />Hit the projection short cut button on the board this <br />green calibration screen will pop up. Hit each target to<br />ensure perfect calibration.<br />
  60. 60. Main Short Cut Tools on the RM Classboard<br />
  61. 61. More Tools Continued…<br />
  62. 62. If you have a MAC, please continue to the next group of slides for directions on whiteboard connectivity. If you have a PC please continue to the Qomo PenPad Section of this presentation.<br />Stop and Read Below:<br />
  63. 63. Downloading the RM Classboard Drivers<br />Once the Polyvision drivers have been loaded, turn off the computer completely.<br />Leave computer shut down for two minutes.<br /> Insert the Polyvision Bluetooth into one of your computer’s USB ports.<br />Turn on computer with Bluetooth inserted in the USB port.<br />
  64. 64. Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC<br />Here is the device.<br />
  65. 65. Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC<br />
  66. 66. Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC<br />
  67. 67. Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC<br />
  68. 68. Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC<br />
  69. 69. Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC<br />
  70. 70. Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC<br />
  71. 71. Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC<br />
  72. 72. Connecting the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC<br />
  73. 73. Connecting the POLYVISION Adapter to the Classboard Bluetooth- MAC Directions<br />After you go through the previous steps one time, you<br />should automatically connect to the board as long as<br />your Polyvision Bluetooth Adapter is inserted in your<br />computer…every time you turn on the board, it will<br />automatically connect with the “chirp.”<br />Then you hit the projection button and the board is ready <br />to use. <br />
  74. 74. RM Summer Training<br />Presented by:<br />Jessica Coppage, RM Education<br />904-383-8861; jcoppage@rmeducation.com<br />Danielle Grossman-Wolf, RM Education<br />904-451-8503; dgrossman@rmeducation.com<br />
  75. 75. Your RM ePad contents<br />RM ePad<br />3 extra USB ports<br />Receiver dongle RM ePad pen<br />Batteries Hand straps<br />
  76. 76. ePad Features<br />Wireless Pen<br />LCD menu screen<br />Power Button<br />Mouse button<br />Volume Adjustment<br />Active Area<br />www.rmepad.com<br />Interactive Keyboard<br />
  77. 77. How long will my charge last?<br />The ePad:<br />After charging for 6-8 hours the ePad will last 40 hours continuously!<br />The pen will charge for 4 hours with you ePad and will last for 20 hours.<br />It can be plugged into your powered laptop to charge or into a wall outlet.<br />
  78. 78. Easiteach Software<br />Launch the Easiteach software from the desktop icon…<br />…or from your program files on the start menu<br />Refer to “10 Things I love About Easiteach.”<br />
  79. 79. How can I share my Easibook? What if they do not have the Easiteach software?<br />http://www.rmeducation.com/easiteach/reader<br />Helpful site:<br />www.myeasiteach.com<br /> Just register and you will have access to pre-made Easibooks/Lessons at various levels.<br />
  80. 80. Who do I call with issues?<br />Contact your school technician and they will determine if they need to create a service ticket or not.<br />Be as specific and detailed with the components and problem as you can.<br />This will help your internal team determine whether or not to repair in house or send out an RM Education technician.<br />
  81. 81. PenPadWireless Tablet<br />
  82. 82. Loading the Qomo PenPad Software<br />You must have administrative rights to load the software.<br />Use the PenPad QIT30 disk that comes in the Qomo box or<br />Use the PenPad QIT30 software from the Web Site<br />http://www.qomo.com/FileList.aspx?FileType=1<br />Choose Mac or PC<br />
  83. 83. Qomo PenPad Features<br /><ul><li> Built-in LCD indicator panel
  84. 84. Energy saving stylus turns pen on/off
  85. 85. A5 high resolution working area
  86. 86. Works with Visualizer and Firewire applications
  87. 87. Quick & easy installation
  88. 88. Supports multiple pairing of up to 30 devices
  89. 89. USB dongle stores inside tablet
  90. 90. Intuitive express keys control page up/down
  91. 91. Pen slot for preventing loss
  92. 92. Export notes & annotations into various file formats
  93. 93. Unique integrated rechargeable battery
  94. 94. Penpad has a one-year warranty from Qomo</li></li></ul><li>Charging the Qomo PenPad<br /><ul><li> Connect the tablet to your computer using the USB </li></ul> cable.<br /><ul><li> 25 hours of continuous cable free operation.
  95. 95. Install AAA battery into pen. </li></li></ul><li>Qomo PenPad Tools<br />
  96. 96. Qomo Penpad Features<br />On Off buttonUSB Receiver storagePage Up and DownPen Cradle<br />
  97. 97. Controlling Computer Volume using the Qomo PenPad and Pen <br />Place your pen on the inner circle and move it around the circle. This will adjust the computers volume.<br />
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