Specifications | ASA Electronics MS160 Car Stereo System User Manual

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General description
A Brush head
B Color code
C Removable nut
D Power on/off button
E Sonic power handle
F Charger base with cord wrap
G Power cord
◗ Refer to bottom of charger for voltage specifications.
Important
READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE CAREFULLY BEFORE
USING THE APPLIANCE AND SAVE THEM FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE.
Sonicare\ has been carefully engineered for both effectiveness and
safety. However, basic safety precautions should always be followed
when using any electrical product, especially when children are present.
Danger
To reduce the risk of electrocution:
1) Do not place or store the charger where it can fall or be pulled into
a tub or sink.
2) Do not place or drop the charger into water or other liquid.
3) Do not reach for a charger that has fallen into water. Unplug
immediately.
4) Do not use while bathing.
5) Do not plug the charger into an incorrect voltage source outlet. It
has been designed for use with a specific electrical voltage.
Refer to the bottom (or back) of the charger for the correct voltage
specification.Voltage converters and plug adapters DO NOT guarantee
voltage compatibility. Never force the plug into an outlet.
Warning
To reduce the risk of burns, electrocution, fire or injury:
1) Use this product only for its intended use as described in this
booklet. Do not use attachments not recommended by the
manufacturer. See voltage information above.
2) Never operate the charger if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is
not working properly, if it has been dropped and appears to be
damaged, or if it has been dropped into water. For further
instructions, contact your local Philips Customer Care Center.
3) Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.
4) Close supervision is necessary when this product is used by or on
children or the disabled.
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Medical warnings
1) Avoid using a brush head with crushed or bent bristles. Damaged
bristles may break off while brushing. In order to prevent this,
replace the brush head with a new one every 6 months or sooner if
signs of wear appear.
2) Similar to starting with any new manual or electric oral hygiene
product, consult your dental professional before using this product if
you have had oral or gum surgery in the previous 2 months.
3) Contact your dental professional if excessive bleeding occurs after
using this product or bleeding continues to occur after 1 week of use.
4) If you have any questions concerning usage with a pacemaker,
consult your physician or pacemaker manufacturer prior to use.
Sonicare is believed to be safe for use with many common
pacemakers.
5) The Sonicare toothbrush is a personal care device and is not
intended for use on multiple patients in a dental office or institution.
6) This product is designed for cleaning teeth, gums and tongue only.
Do not use for any other purpose.
If you have any questions after reading these directions for use, please
contact the Philips Customer Care Centre in your country or visit our
Web site at www.philips.com.
Preparing for use
Attaching the brush head
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Align the bar on the brush head with the notch on the handle
and slide the brush head onto the handle.
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Screw the brush head nut clockwise until it's firmly tightened. If
the brush head rattles when in use, tighten the nut further.
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Remove the travel cap from your brush head.
Charging
◗ Sonicare comes partially charged and ready for use, but we highly
advise that you charge it for a total of 21 hours during the first few
days of use.
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To charge your Sonicare, place the handle in the charger base
with the Sonicare logo facing towards you to ensure the handle
properly fits (slots) in the charger. Once the handle is placed in
the charger base, the power button light should illuminate or
blink to indicate charging is taking place.
Do not attempt to force the handle into the charger; this will cause
damage.
Older model Sonicare handles without the slotting feature will not fit in
this new charger base and do not charge effectively. Do not attempt to
force a handle without the slotting feature into this charger base, as this
will cause damage.
◗ Sonicare handles with the slotting feature can be charged
effectively in most older Sonicare charger bases. (Note; these
handles are not compatible with charger model TX-I).
It is recommended that you keep your Sonicare in the charger base
when not in use to maintain a full battery charge. After the initial
charging period, it takes 15 hours charging time to reach full charge
level.There is no need to periodically discharge handle.
Using the appliance
Useful tips
◗ Gel toothpastes are recommended for optimal product
performance.
◗ Place the brush head in your mouth before turning on your
Sonicare and keep your mouth closed during brushing, otherwise
toothpaste may splatter.
◗ You may experience a slight tickling or tingling sensation when
using an electronic toothbrush such as Sonicare for the first time.
As you become accustomed to brushing with Sonicare this
sensitivity will diminish.
◗ A fully charged Sonicare will provide approximately 2 weeks of
typical use (2 minutes of brushing twice a day), making it easy to
take your Sonicare along without the charger.
Remember that voltage converters and plug adapters DO NOT
guarantee voltage compatibility. Always check for voltage compatibility.
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Tips for special needs
Stain removal
In areas where excess staining occurs, spend extra brushing time to
assist with stain removal.
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Braces
◗ The brush should be placed at an angle between your brackets
and gumline. Using light pressure, gently move the bristles in a
small circular motion so the longer bristles reach between your
teeth for 2 seconds.Then gently turn (roll) the brush handle so
the bristles clean the bracket and the rest of the tooth before you
glide the bristles to the next tooth. Continue this until you have
brushed all of your teeth.
Dental restorations (dental work)
Use Sonicare on dental restorations (such as implants, caps, crowns,
bridges and fillings) as you would on your natural tooth surfaces to
reduce plaque build-up and improve gum health.Work the bristles
around all the areas of the restoration for thorough cleaning.
Periodontal pockets
Your dental professional may have indicated that you have periodontal
pockets, deep pockets where plaque bacteria collect. If this is the case,
after brushing for a full 2 minutes, spend extra time gently brushing
these areas to improve your gum health.
Brushing technique
Follow these simple steps to maximize your brushing experience.
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Before turning the Sonicare on, place the bristles of the brush
head along the gumline with the longer bristles placed between
your teeth.
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Position the bristles of the brush head towards the gumline and
close your mouth.
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Hold the handle with a light grip and turn the Sonicare on.
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Gently move the vibrating brush head in a slightly circular
motion so the longer bristles reach between your teeth.After
2 seconds, glide the bristles to the next section and pause
while you gently circulate the bristles again. Continue this
routine throughout your 2-minute brushing cycle to effectively
remove plaque in those hard-to-reach places.
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To maximize Sonicare's effectiveness use light pressure and let
the Sonicare toothbrush do the brushing for you. Do not
scrub.
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To make sure you brush evenly throughout the mouth, divide
your mouth into 4 sections: outside top, inside top, outside
bottom and inside bottom teeth. Begin brushing in section 1
(outside top teeth) and brush for 30 seconds before moving to
section 2 (inside top teeth). Continue brushing for 30 seconds
in each section progressing through all 4 sections until you've
brushed for 2 minutes.
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After the 2-minute brushing cycle is complete, additional time
should be spent brushing the chewing surfaces of your teeth.
Press the power button to turn the brush on and off as needed..
To clean your mouth more completely, you may also brush your
tongue, with the toothbrush turned on or off, as you prefer.
Remember to floss daily.
Features
Easy-start\ brushing power ramp-up
◗ All Sonicare models come with the Easy-start feature activated
(on), which helps you get used to brushing with Sonicare.
◗ Brushing power will gently increase to full power over the first
12 brushings.
◗ The Easy-start feature is active if you hear 2 beeps immediately
after turning on your Sonicare. Once you reach optimal brushing
power (after the 12th brushing), you will no longer hear the
double beep at the beginning of your brushing routine.
◗ Note: each of the first 12 brushings must be at least 1 minute in
length to properly move through the Easy-start ramp-up cycle.
To turn off or reactivate the Easy-start feature:
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Attach your brush head to the handle.
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Place the handle in a plugged-in charger base.
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Press and hold the power button for 5 seconds.You will hear
1 beep if the Easy-start feature is off. If you hear 2 beeps, Easystart is active (on).
Using the Easy-start feature beyond the initial ramp-up period is not
recommended and reduces Sonicare's effectiveness in removing
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The Easy-start feature should be deactivated when Sonicare is used in
clinical trials.
Smartimer\ 2-minute timer
◗ All Sonicare models come with the Smartimer feature, which
automatically sets the brushing time to the 2 minutes
recommended by dental professionals.
◗ If you wish to pause or stop brushing during your 2-minute cycle,
press the power button. Press the power button again and the
Smartimer will pick up where you left off.
◗ The Smartimer will automatically reset to the beginning of a
2-minute cycle if:
- brushing is paused for 30 seconds or longer;
- the handle is returned to the charger base.
Quadpacer\ 30-second interval timer (available on select
models).
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◗ Quadpacer makes sure that you brush all sections of your mouth
evenly and thoroughly.At 30, 60 and 90 seconds, you will hear a
short beep and a pause in brushing action.This is your signal to
move to the next section of your mouth.
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Recharge indicator battery charge status (available on
select models).
◗ If your Sonicare has a low charge, you will hear 5 beeps after you
have brushed your teeth for 2 minutes and the power button light
will flash rapidly.
When you hear the low charge indication, you have 3 or fewer
2-minute brushings left.
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Place the handle in the charger base (with the Sonicare logo
facing towards you) to begin the recharging process.
◗ The power button light flashes slowly when the handle is in the
charger base to signal charging is in progress.
◗ When the Sonicare is fully charged, the power button light is
constantly on (not flashing), signalling that your Sonicare is ready
for use.
When not in use, keep your Sonicare in the charger base to maintain a
full battery charge.
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Cleaning
By following these simple steps, you should get years of
worry-free brushing:
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Rinse brush head and bristles after each use.
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Clean the brush head at least once per week, including under
the nut.
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Clean and dry the handle periodically.
4 Clean the charger base periodically.
Unplug the charger before cleaning. After cleaning the charger base
completely dry the charger before plugging it into an electrical outlet.
Mild soap, water and a moist cloth are recommended for cleaning your
Sonicare.
Utilize the cord wrap feature in the underside of the charger base to
store excess cord length.
Replacement
Brush head
Sonicare brush heads should be replaced every 6 months to achieve
optimal results. Use only Sonicare Advance replacement brush heads.
Environment
The handle contains rechargeable nickel cadmium batteries. Batteries
must be recycled or disposed of in an environmentally safe way.
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The batteries inside your Sonicare cannot be replaced, but are easily
removed for recycling. At the end of product life and prior to disposal,
please remove the batteries from the handle by following the
instructions below.
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Please note that this process is not reversible.
To help protect our environment, we encourage you to recycle at
approved recycling locations. Do not dispose of the batteries in normal
household waste.
Removing the batteries
To remove the batteries yourself, you will need a flat-head (standard)
screwdriver and a small towel. Basic safety precautions should be
observed when following the procedure outlined below. Be sure to
protect your eyes, hands, fingers and the surface on which you are
working.
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With the brush head still attached to the power handle,
completely deplete the batteries of electrical charge by
pressing the power button and running a brushing cycle until it
stops.
Repeatedly run brushing cycles until the handle will no longer activate
the brush head.
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Remove the brush head from the handle.
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Split the handle open by inserting the screwdriver head all the
way through both slots on the top part of the handle throat,
where the brush head was previously attached.
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Turn the screwdriver handle sideways, using twisting and prying
motions, to crack open the handle along its side seams.
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Pull the 2 handle sections completely apart.
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Insert the screwdriver underneath the electronic circuit board
in multiple places.
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Twist and pry the electronic circuit board loose until it is
completely separated from the handle.
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Pry the 2 AA-sized cylindrical nickel-cadmium batteries loose
by inserting the screwdriver on the sides of the two batteries
in the locations shown in the figure.
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Use a twisting and prying motion to break the glue bond on
the inside of the handle plastic and underneath the batteries.
The 2 batteries are joined together with glue and will be lifted
out together.
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- Damage caused
Guarantee
& service
by misuse, abuse, neglect or alterations
If you need information or if you have a problem, please visit the Philips
Web site at www.philips.com or contact the Philips Customer Care
Centre in your country (you will find its phone number in the
worldwide guarantee leaflet). If there is no Customer Care Centre in
your country, turn to your local Philips dealer or contact the Service
Department of Philips Domestic Appliances and Personal Care BV.
Guarantee restrictions
The following is not covered by the terms of the international
guarantee.
- Brush heads
- Damage caused by misuse, abuse, neglect or alterationsNormal wear and tear, including chips, scratches, abrasions,
discoloration or fading.
Troubleshooting
If you are unable to solve your problem by means of the troubleshooting guide below, contact your
local Philips Customer Care Centre or go online at www.philips.com.
Problem
Solution
The Sonicare toothbrush does not work
Recharge your Sonicare overnight, ensuring that it is not plugged into
an electrical outlet controlled by a light switch. Make sure the brush
head is attached correctly.
I feel a tickling sensation when I use Sonicare.
You may experience a slight tickling/tingling sensation when using
Sonicare for the first time. As you become accustomed to brushing
with Sonicare this sensitivity will diminish.
The brush head rattles when I use Sonicare
Sonicare should produce a gentle hum during operation.Tightening
the brush head nut can eliminate excessive rattling. If rattling does not
stop, you may need to replace the brush head. Make sure that the
travel cap has been removed.
The brush head chatters against my teeth.
Chattering of the plastic backplate may occur occasionally.This is
harmless and can be avoided by keeping the brush head properly
oriented, with the bristles angled toward the teeth as instructed, at an
angle of 30 to 40 degrees.
Brushing seems less powerful.
The handle may need recharging.
The Easy-start feature may be on and needs to be shut off (see
chapter "Using the appliance")
You may need to clean your brush head.
You may need to replace your brush head.
Unpleasant odor
Clean the handle, brush head and charger thoroughly (see chapter
"Cleaning").
Replace the brush head with a new one.
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Philips Oral Healthcare, Inc.
35301 SE Center Street
Snoqualmie,WA 98065
USA
www.philips.com
Printed in USA on 100%
recycled paper
Protected by U.S. and international
patents. Other patents pending.
© 2003 Philips Oral Healthcare, Inc.
All rights reserved. PHILIPS and Philips
shield are registered trademarks of
Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV.
Easy-Start, Quadpacer, Smartimer,
Sonicare, and the Sonicare logo are
registered trademarks of Philips Oral
Healthcare, Inc.
4235 020 00403
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