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VIEWING ALL OF 1992 WINTER OLYMPIAD IN ALL ITS GLORY

       VIEWING ALL OF 1992 WINTER OLYMPIAD IN ALL ITS GLORY
    FAIR LAWN, N.J., Jan. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- The 1992 Winter Olympiad is upon us, and Maxwell Corporation of America would like to remind you it is once again time to root for the Red, White and Blue as they compete with countries from around the world.
    With so many events going on each day of Olympic competition, it is impossible to watch all of the great performances you want to see when they come on television.  However, the Winter Olympics represent a prime opportunity to take advantage of "time shifting."
     No matter what time or day your favorite Olympic events are on, you can "time shift" by programming your VCR to catch the events you cannot be there to watch.  Then, at your convenience, you can watch the figure skating routines or downhill skiing events of your choice.  Nothing could be easier.
    A few of the more popular events of this year's competition will be the opening and closing ceremonies (Saturday, Feb. 8 at 8 p.m., and Sunday, Feb. 3 at 8 p.m., respectively) and the USA hockey games, the first of which airs between 2 and 6 p.m. on Feb. 9.  All Winter Olympic coverage will be broadcast on CBS.
    As a leading manufacturer of quality video tape and accessories, Maxwell would like to offer a few tips on recording and maintaining a sports videotape library to enjoy for years to come:
    1. Keep the video cassettes in dry, cool places, free of dust. Never leave the video cassettes in direct sunlight.
    2. "Slack," or loose tape, may jam.  If tape is visibly loose within the shell, wind it gently until tight.  By occasionally fast-forwarding the tape all the way to the end and then rewinding it, you can help prevent tape stretching.
    3. Never touch the tape itself.  Fingerprints cause "dropouts," or losses of audio video signals.
    4. Choose a well-known brand of high grade videotape for best results.  Cheaper, lesser-known brands, are often made of inferior materials that can damage your VCR.
    5. Check your local television listings for the dates and times of your favorite event.
    -0-                1/30/92
     /CONTACT:  Doug or Tamara Wachs, 212-420-8100, of Dorf & Stanton, for Maxwell Corporation of America/ CO:  Maxwell Corporation of America ST:  New Jersey IN: SU: PS-TM -- NYFNS3 -- 5042 01/30/92 07:31 EST
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