Remington F3790

IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
F-3790
When using an electrical appliance,
basic precautions should always be
observed, including the following.
Read all instructions before using
this shaver.
Use and Care Guide
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To reduce the risk of electric shock:
■Do not reach for an appliance that
has fallen into water. Unplug it
immediately.
■Do not use while bathing or in the
shower.
■Do not place or drop into water or
other liquid.
■ Do not place or store this appliance
where it can fall or be pulled into a
tub or sink.
■ Except when charging, always
unplug this appliance from the
electrical outlet immediately after
using.
■Use only when the shaver is in dry
condition.
■Detach the appliance from the
power supply cord before cleaning.
■Do not submerge in water.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of burns, fire,
electric shock, or injury to persons:
■ An appliance should never be left
unattended when it’s plugged
in, except when charging a
rechargeable appliance.
■ Close supervision is necessary
when this appliance is used by,
on, or near children, or individuals
with special needs or certain
disabilities.
■Use this appliance only for its
intended use as described in this
manual. Do not use attachments
not recommended by the
manufacturer.
■Never operate this appliance if it
has a damaged cord or plug or if
it is not working properly, if it has
been dropped or damaged, or if it
has been dropped into water.
■Keep the cord away from heated
surfaces.
■Never drop or insert any object into
any of the appliance’s openings.
■ Household use only.
■Do not use outdoors or operate
where aerosol (spray) products
are being used or where oxygen is
being administered.
■Always attach the plug to the
appliance, then to outlet. To
disconnect, turn all controls to OFF,
then remove plug from outlet.
■Always pull on cord plug to unplug
from wall socket. Never pull on
electric cord.
■Do not plug or unplug this appliance
when your hands are wet.
■Do not use an extension cord
or a voltage converter with this
appliance.
■Do not wrap the cord around the
appliance.
■ Always store this appliance and
cord in a moisture-free area.
Do not store it in temperatures
exceeding 140°F (60°C).
■Detach removable power cords
from appliance for storage.
■Do not use this appliance with
a damaged or broken head or
cutters, as facial injury may occur.
■ Shavers, including the trimmer, are
for use on facial hair only. They
should not be used for shaving the
hair on your head or any other part
of your body.
■ The power unit is intended to be
correctly oriented in a floor mount
position.
Save these Instructions
Charging
Product Features
2
5
3
4
6
Shaver Parts
1. On/Off switch
2. Screens
3. Hairpocket
4. Hairpocket release
buttons
5. Pop-up trimmer
6. Head guard
7. Power adapter
8. Power port
9. Cleaning brush
1
7
Before using, read the important
safety instructions in front of the
manual.
1. Connect the cord
to the shaver and
then to the electrical
outlet. (Diagrams A A
& B) The charging
indicator light will
glow green.
2. Charge your new
shaver for 24 hours B
before its first use.
This first charge
is important to the
shaver’s battery life.
(Diagram C)
C
**Use the product until the battery
is low. To preserve the life of the
batteries, let them fully run out
every six months, then recharge
them for a full 24 hours*
CAUTION!
■Make sure the shaver and your
hands are dry when placing the
shaver on charge.
■Always charge the shaver in a
cool, dry place.
9
About Your Shaver
FEATURE
POWER SYSTEM
FULL CHARGE TIME
CORDLESS SHAVING TIME
INDICATOR
VOLTAGE TYPE
REPLACEMENT PART NO. F-3790
rechargeable
16 hrs
40 min
charging
single
SP-62
Charging Indicator – green light that glows when the shaver is being charged.
■Ensure your skin is dry and free
of oils.
■Wait at least 15 minutes after
getting up before shaving, to ensure
your face is free of puffiness that
may be present from sleeping.
■Always hold the shaver at a right
angle to the skin so the screens
are touching the skin with equal
pressure.
■Stretch skin with the free hand
so hairs stand upright, making it
easier for them to enter the cutting
chamber.
■Shave with short, circular strokes.
The use of short, circular motions in
stubborn areas may obtain a closer
shave, especially along the neck
and chin line.
■Do not press hard against the skin
in order to avoid damage to the
screens.
Trim
Shave
8
Shaving Tips
Before using, read the important
safety instructions in front of the
manual.
1. Begin by removing the protective
head guard from your shaver.
2. Slide the on/off
button up to turn
on. (Diagram D)
3. Slide trimmer
D
A
button down to
engage and use it
to remove long hair
first. Then close
down when finished.
E
(Diagram E)
4. Stretch the skin with your free
hand so the hairs stand upright.
5. Hold the shaving
head so all screens
touch your skin
simultaneously.
The independently
F
floating screens
automatically adjust to the
contours of your face. Only apply
light pressure on the shaving
head while shaving and use short,
circular strokes. (Diagram F)
6. After shaving, turn the shaver off.
(Diagram D)
**Remington recommends that you
use your new shaver daily for up to
three weeks to allow time for your
hair and skin to become accustomed
to the new shaving system**
1. Pull trimmer
release button to
engage trimmer.
(Diagram G)
2. Trim long, difficult
hairs and side
burns.
(Diagram H)
3. Close trimmer by
pressing down.
(Diagram I)
G
H
I
Battery Removal
When your rechargeable shaver reaches the end of its useful life, the batteries must be removed from the shaver
and recycled or disposed of properly in
accordance with your state and local
requirements. If this is not required by
law, you may elect to dispose of the
shaver with the batteries.
CAUTION! Do not put in fire or mutilate your batteries when disposing
as they may burst and release toxic
materials. Do not short circuit as it
may cause burns. Dispose of properly
in accordance with your local and
state requirements.
To Remove the Rechargeable Battery:
1. Remove headguard and hair pocket
from shaver.
2. Using a small screwdriver, pry
power switch off of shaver.
3. Using a small screwdriver, pry front
cover plate (painted section) off of
shaver.
4. Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove
(4) screws from front of shaver.
5. Take rear housing off of shaver to
expose batteries.
6. Cut wires connecting batteries to
the circuit board.
7. Remove batteries and dispose of
properly.
Cleaning & Care
NOTE: **When cleaning your
shaver, make sure the shaver is
turned off and disconnected from
the power cord.**
For optimal shaver performance, clean
your shaver after each use.
■Do not remove or replace head
assembly while shaver is running as
it may cause damage to the unit’s
screens and cutters.
Daily Cleaning:
1. Press hair pocket
release buttons and
remove hair pocket
assembly.
(Diagram J)
J
2. Tap the stubble
from the foils and
cutters.
3. Replace the
K
hairpocket
assembly.
(Diagram K)
■To clean the external surfaces of
the shaver, use a damp cloth. Do
not use strong detergents or other
chemicals.
■To dry, wipe the surface of the
shaver with a dry towel. Do not
use a hair dryer or heater to dry
the shaver.
■The shaver should not be used until
it has dried.
■This shaver has no user serviceable
parts
Monthly Cleaning:
1. Press hair pocket
release buttons and
remove hair pocket
assembly.
(Diagram L)
L
2. Tap the stubble
from the foils and
cutters.
3. Use the cleaning
brush to sweep any M
loose hairs from
the cutters and
trimmer.
(Diagram M)
4. After cleaning,
N
replace the
hairpocket assembly. (Diagram N)
How To Order Shaver Accessories
Please refer to the features chart
near the front of this manual that
lists the correct replacement part
number for your shaver.
It is very important to replace your
head and cutters when necessary to
ensure a close, comfortable shave
without irritation. We recommend they
be replaced every 12 months. Here
are some signs of head and cutter
wear, indicating that replacement is
needed:
■ Irritation: As the heads get
excessively worn you may
experience some skin irritation.
This would be especially noticeable
when you apply moisturizing lotion.
■Pulling: When the cutters wear you
may feel a sense of pulling and a
loss of closeness when you shave.
This is an indication that it is time
to replace your heads and cutters.
Replacement Part: SP-62
Maintain your shaver’s peak
performance! Keep your shaver
performing like new!
■Because your satisfaction is
important to us, we want to make
it simple for you to keep your new
shaver performing at its peak.
■Did you know that for the best
possible shave, it is necessary to
replace the heads and cutters on
your shaver every 12 months?
■Remington makes this easy!
Two easy ways to order!
1. Call!
U.S. Residents call
1-800-392-6544
Canadian Residents call
1-800-268-0425
2. Order Online at
www.RemingtonProducts.com
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By registering your new Remington®
product you will receive these important
benefits:
■Proof of ownership
■Product protection
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■Special offer
Register online at:
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Warranty
Limited Two-Year Warranty
Spectrum Brands, Inc. warrants this
product against any defects that are
due to faulty material or workmanship
for a two-year period from the original
date of consumer purchase. This
warranty does not include damage to
the product resulting from accident or
misuse. If the product should become
defective within the warranty period,
we will replace it free of charge.
Return your product and sales receipt
with your name, address and day time
phone number to: Remington Returns
Center, 507 Stokely Dr., P.O. Box 1,
Deforest, WI 53532. For more information call 800-736-4648 in the US
or 800-268-0425 in Canada.
Warranty excludes:
■ Screens and cutters
KEEP ORIGINAL SALES RECEIPT
AS PROOF OF PURCHASE FOR
WARRANTY PURPOSES.
This warranty does not cover
products damaged by the following:
■ Accident, misuse, abuse or
alteration of the product
■ Servicing by unauthorized persons
■ Use with unauthorized accessories
■ Connecting it to incorrect current
and voltage
■ Wrapping cord around appliance
causing premature wear & breakage
■ Any other conditions beyond our
control
SPECTRUM BRANDS, INC.
SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE
FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS
PRODUCT. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF FITNESS
AND MERCHANTABILITY, ARE LIMITED
IN DURATION TO TWO YEARS FROM
DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE.
This warranty gives you specific legal
rights and you may also have other
rights which vary from state to state
or province to province. Some states
do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental, special or consequential damages.
Performance Guarantee
Spectrum Brands, Inc.
Money-back Offer
If within 30 days after you have
purchased your Remington® branded
product, you are not satisfied and
would like a refund, return it with
the sales slip indicating purchase
price and date of purchase to the
retailer from whom it was purchased.
Spectrum Brands, Inc. will reimburse
all retailers who accept the product
within 30 days from the date of purchase. If you have any questions concerning the money-back guarantee,
please call 800-736-4648 in the US
or 800-268-0425 in Canada.
120 VAC, 60 Hz 3.8 V, 80mA
Questions or comments:
Call 800-736-4648 in the US or
800-268-0425 in Canada. Or visit
www.RemingtonProducts.com
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© 2010 ROVCAL, INC 03/10
Job #CS37720
Manufactured to Remington's specifications in the PRC. T22-27927
Contains
C
US
listed adaptor