XBOX ONE AND KINECT SENSOR
For Xbox One console, Kinect for Xbox One sensor, and accessory
product manuals, go to xbox.com/xboxone/support/manual.
IMPORTANT PRODUCT SAFETY AND WARRANTY
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Read this guide for important safety and health information for
the product that you have purchased.
WARNING: Failure to properly set up, use, and care for the
Xbox One console and Kinect for Xbox One sensor can increase
the risk of serious injury, death, property damage, or damage to
the product or related accessories. Read this product guide for
important safety and health information or go to
AGREEMENT TO XBOX ONE LIMITED WARRANTY AND
SOFTWARE LICENSE TERMS
terms and game license terms) at xbox.com/live/termsofuse, the
software license terms at xbox.com/xboxone/slt, and the Limited
Warranty at xbox.com/xboxone/warranty to use your Xbox One
console, Xbox accessories and/or Kinect for Xbox sensor. By using
the Xbox One console, Xbox accessories and/or Kinect for Xbox
One sensor, you agree to be bound by these terms. Please read
them. If you do not accept them, do not set up or use your Xbox
One console, Xbox accessories and/or Kinect for Xbox One sensor.
Return the Xbox Product to Microsoft or your retailer for a refund.
INITIAL CONSOLE SETUP AND UPDATES
You will need to be connected to the Internet for initial console
setup and updates before you can play offline. (Broadband
Internet [recommended 1.5 mbps down/768 kbps up] Microsoft
account, and account on Xbox Live in an Xbox One-supported
Xbox Live country/region required for initial setup and updates
and for some features; ISP fees apply.) Significant online update
may be required during initial setup. For answers to questions
about console setup, troubleshooting steps, and Xbox Customer
Support contact information, visit xbox.com/xboxone/support.
USE WITH INFRARED DEVICES
The Kinect sensor may interfere with or degrade operation of
infrared devices, including remote controls and 3D glasses. If you
notice interference or reduced range, please try repositioning the
Kinect sensor or infrared device.
As with many other electrical devices, failure to take the following
precautions can result in serious injury or death from electric
shock, fire, or damage to the Xbox One console or Kinect sensor.
Select an appropriate power source for your Xbox One console:
came with your console or that you received from an
authorized repair center. If you are not sure if you have the
correct power supply unit, compare the model number on
the power supply unit with the model number specified on
your console. If you need a replacement power supply unit
or AC power cord, you can find Xbox Customer Support
contact information at xbox.com/xboxone/support.
indicated on the power supply unit (in terms of voltage [V]
and frequency [Hz]). If you are not sure of the type of power
supplied to your home, consult a qualified electrician.
or inverters, even if the voltage and frequency appear
acceptable. Use only AC power provided by a standard wall
or other electrical receptacle. Confirm that they are rated to
handle the total current (in amps [A]) drawn by the Xbox One
console (indicated on the power supply unit) and any other
devices that are on the same circuit.
CAUTION: Cables and Cords
To reduce potential trip hazards or entanglement hazards,
arrange any cables and cords so that people and pets are not
likely to trip over or accidentally pull on them as they move
around or walk through the area and do not allow children to
play with cables and cords.
To avoid damaging the power cords and power supply:
where they connect to the power outlet, the power supply
unit, and the console.
them to bite or chew on them.
pull on the cord.
If a power cord or power supply unit becomes damaged in any
way, stop using it immediately. Visit xbox.com/xboxone/support
for Xbox Customer Support contact information.
Unplug your Xbox One console during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods.
BATTERY POWERED DEVICES
WARNING: Battery Safety
The following precautions apply to all products that use
disposable or rechargeable batteries including lithium polymer.
Improper battery use may result in serious injury, death, property
damage, or damage to the product or related accessories as a
result of battery fluid leakage, fire, overheating, or explosion.
Released battery fluid is corrosive and may be toxic. It can cause
skin and eye burns, and is harmful if swallowed. To reduce the
risk of injury:
Keep batteries out of reach of children.
Remove the batteries if they are worn out or before storing your
device for an extended period. Always remove old, weak, or
worn-out batteries immediately and recycle or dispose of them in
accordance with local and national/regional disposal regulations.
If a battery leaks, remove all batteries by reversing the installation
steps provided for this product, being careful to keep the