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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Safety instructions for automatically dimmable interior mirror

Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual / General body repairs, interior / Technical data / Safety information / Safety instructions for automatically dimmable interior mirror

  WARNING
  •   The mirror glass is made of several layers and contains an electrolyte to achieve the dimming functionality. Beware of liquid electrolyte which runs out of a broken mirror glass.
  •   The liquid electrolyte can irritate skin, eyes and respiratory organs.
  •   If liquid electrolyte got into your eyes or onto the skin, wash it immediately with plenty of water. If the irritation continues, seek advice from a doctor immediately.
  Caution
If liquid electrolyte which ran out of a broken mirror glass comes in contact with plastic surfaces, the surfaces will be damaged. Wipe off spilled electrolyte immediately using clear water and a sponge.
   
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