In all Atari publications, notes, cautions, and warnings have the following meaning:
NOTE—A highlighted piece of information.
CAUTION—Equipment and/or parts can be damaged or destroyed if instructions are not followed. You will void the warranty on Atari printed-circuit boards, parts thereon, and video displays if equipment or parts are damaged or destroyed due to failure of following instructions.
WARNING—Players and/or technicians can be injured or killed if instructions are not followed. (The word WARNING is always surrounded by international warning symbols—triangles with exclamation marks inside of them.)
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