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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION
When using an electrical appliance,
basic precautions should always be
followed, including the following:
1. Before use, check that the skin
protector and epilation discs
have not become misshapen or
damaged.
2. Insert the charger securely into
the appliance.
3. Use only the included charger
RE7-36 to charge the ES2045
epilator.
4. Before use, always make sure
that the epilation disks and
outer foil are not damaged or
deformed.
Failure to do so can cause
damage the skin.
5. Make sure skin is clean before
and after use.
Always wipe away perspiration
and keep skin in a hygienic
state.
Failure to do so can cause
infection and inflammation.
6. When beginning use of the
appliance, allow your skin time
to adjust by testing it gradually
over a period of two to three days.
7 . D i s c o n t i nu e i f s k i n t r o u bl e
continues for more than two
days following treatment with the
appliance.
Read all instructions before using
this appliance.
DANGER To reduce the risk of electric shock:
1. Do not reach for an appliance
a tub or sink. Do not place in or
that has fallen into water. Unplug
drop into water or other liquid.
immediately.
5. Except when charging, always
2. Charger unit is not for immersion
unplug this appliance from the
or for use in shower.
electrical outlet immediately
3. Do not use an extension cord
after using.
with this appliance.
6. Unplug this appliance before
4. Do not place or store appliance
cleaning.
where it can fall or be pulled into
WARNING
To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric
shock, or injury to persons:
1. Do not use this appliance with
damaged epilation/shaver heads
as injury may occur.
2. An appliance should never be
left unattended when plugged in.
3. Close supervision is necessary
when this appliance is used by,
on, or near children or invalids.
4. Use this appliance only for its
intended use as descr ibed
in this manual. Do not use
attachments not recommended
by the manufacturer.
5. Never operate this appliance if it
has a damaged cord or plug, if it
is not working properly, if it has
been dropped or damaged, or
dropped into water. Return the
appliance to a service center for
examination and repair.
6. Keep the cord away from heated
surfaces.
7. Never drop or insert any object
into any opening.
8. Do not use outdoors or operate
where aerosol (spray) products
are being used or where oxygen
is being administered.
9. Always attach plug to appliance
first, then to outlet. To disconnect,
turn off the switch, then remove
plug from outlet.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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To reduce the risk of personal injury,
follow these instructions:
Please consult a dermatology
specialist in such instances.
8. Always turn off the power switch
when exchanging epilation or
shaver heads.
Failure to do so could cause
finger injury, or hair to become
entangled in the spinning gears,
or damage to the appliance.
9. Be careful not to let clothing
or, etc., come in contact with
epilation discs.
Failure to do so could result in
becoming entangled in the discs.
10.Never allow the appliance to
come in contact with the hair on
your head, eyelashes, ribbons,
etc., when switched on.
Doing so can cause personal
injury or mechanical malfunction.
11.When unplugging, do so by
pulling on the plug, not on the
cord.
Failure to do so could cause
electric shock or short-circuiting.
12. Avoid dropping the appliance
or allowing it to strike hard
surfaces.
Doing so can cause personal
injury or mechanical malfunction.
Prohibited!
such as the groin, etc.
Doing so can cause damage to
skin or inflammation.
• Do not use on facial or genital
areas or surrounding regions,
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• Do not use head for your underarms
or bikini-line.
Doing so can cause damage to
skin or inflammation.
• Do not apply strong pressure to
the skin, repeatedly rub over the
same area, hold in one spot on
the skin, or apply in a jabbing
motion when using the appliance.
When using the head with the
a p p l i a n c e, d o n o t ke e p i t i n
constant contact with the skin
while repeatedly moving it over
the same area.
Doing so can cause damage to
skin, inflammation or increased
pain.
• Do not turn on the device without
a epilation or shaver head attached.
Doing so could cause finger
injury, entanglement of hair in the
spinning gears, or mechanical
malfunction.
• Do not use the appliance if any
of the following conditions are
present.
- Eczema, rashes or other skin
conditions
- Allergic constitution or sensitive
skin that reacts to cosmetics,
clothing, metals, etc.
- Proneness to infections
- Va r i c o s e v e i n s , d i a b e t e s ,
hemophilia, etc.
- Poor clotting of blood
Doing so can cause skin damage,
sensitization, inflammation,
bleeding, etc.
• Do not use near or on the following
skin areas.
- Warts, pimples, bruises, rashes,
wounds, or loose skin
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•
•
Doing so can damage skin and
cause inflammation or bleeding.
Do not use under the following
circumstances.
- Before or during menstruation,
during pregnancy, or for about
one month after giving birth
- When skin is sunburned
- When illness or signs of skin and
other physical abnormalities are
present
Doing so can sensitize skin and
cause severe pain.
Do not use in the following manner.
- Just before swimming in a pool
or the ocean (use no less than
two days prior)
- Shared use of the appliance with
family or friends
- Just before intense exercise or
sports activities
Doing so can result in bacteria
entering skin via dilated pores due
to epilation and cause infection
and inflammation.
Do not use nail polish remover,
benzine, alcohol, etc., to clean the
appliance.
Doing so can cause mechanical
malfunction.
Do not leave the appliance in
places where it will be exposed
to high temperatures or direct
contact with sunlight.
Doing so can cause mechanical
malfunction.
Before usage please read
the manual carefully and
completely.
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⑤ Protrusion (on both sides)
Main body
⑥ Head release button
⑦ On/off switch
0 = 0·charge
1 = low speed
2 = normal speed
⑧ Charging light
Bikini comb
(Interchangeable with the
shaver cap)
⑨ Comb
Shaver head
⑩ Outer foil (Net blade)
⑪ Trimmer
⑫ Frame
⑬ Trimmer handle
⑭ Frame release button
Before use
This Ladies Wet/Dry epilator can
be used for wet epilation with
epilation lather or for dry epilation.
You can use this watertight epilator
in the shower and clean it in water.
The following is the symbol of Wet
epilator. The symbol means that
hand-held part may be used in a
bath or shower.
Our research has shown that you
can enjoy closer and smoother
epilation with the pivot action
epilation system. And our pop-up
trimmer will be able to cut longer
hairs with ease. Treat yourself
to wet epilation for at least three
weeks and notice the difference.
Cleaning is so simple. Just rinse out
the epilation head under the tap or
shower. No mess, no fuss!
Charge the epilator for at least 8
hours before using it for the first
time or when it has not been in use
for more than six months.
Accessories:
Charger, cleaning brush and pouch
Epilation and hair cycle
What beginners should know and
observe!
Hair replaces itself in regular
intervals. For every hair that dies
another one grows. This sequence
is called the hair cycle.
There are 3 stages to consider. In
the first stage, hair is in its ‘growth
period’. The root of the hair is
embedded deep in the dermis at a
stage where it is fully grown.
The next stage is where hair is in its
‘rest period’. Hair does not grow at
this stage.
When hair falls out, it gets smaller
and lighter and moves towards
the epidermis. It is pushed out by
the new hair growing underneath
Part names (Fig. 1)
Protection cap (×2)
Epilation head for legs/arms
① Epilation discs (inside)
② Skin protector (metal part on
the outside)
③ Frame release button
④ Legs/arms frame
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it. This last for about 3 months. At
the end of the cycle, a hair bud’
situated at the base of the ‘rest’ root
develops and will push the hair out
at the last stage of the cycle.
Moving head (Arms/legs epilation
head) (Fig. 2 Ⓐ)
• The head moves to the left and
right to quickly carry out epilation
on short hairs.
This feature promotes efficient
epilation.
Swinging head (Arms/legs epilation
head) (Fig. 2 Ⓑ)
• The head swings to ensure that
it stays in close contact with the
skin.
When carrying out epilation for the
first time or for the first time in the
season, you may experience some
pain as there will be a large number
of hairs. This pain will decrease
after the second time you use the
appliance, as the number of hairs
will be reduced. The degree of pain
experienced differs from person to
person.
Immediately after epilation you may
see some tiny spots of blood or red
marks. In such cases apply a cold
towel to the affected area.
We recommend using the appliance
immediately after bathing.
Always let the hair grow for at least
three days before carr ying out
epilation again.
In some cases, however, depending
on the “hair cycle” you may find it is
not possible to remove hairs even
after three days. We recommend
removing shor t hairs gently by
plucking or shaving them.
As this is not permanent epilation,
we recommend that you use the
appliance regularly, about once
every two weeks for the legs and
arms.
•
Changing the head
• Hold the head release button down
while removing the head.
• When attaching a head, push it on
until you hear a “click”.
(Press the head on until it is
attached securely to the body.)
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•
Charging the appliance
(Fig. 3)
• Slide the switch on the epilator to
the 0·charge position.( )
• Plug the charger into the epilator
( )and the electrical outlet( ).
- Moving the switch on the appliance
to 2 or 1 position makes it possible
to use the unit while it is plugged
into the power outlet.
• Charge the appliance for approximately 12 hours. (The charging light
will stay on even after 12 hours.)
The epilator can be used for
approximately 30 minutes on a
single full (12 hours) charge.
• When using the epilator for the first
time or using it for the first time
in over 6 months, please ensure
that you charge the appliance
Wipe the moisture and sweat off
your skin.
Keep the skin in a hygienic, dry
state without using body lotion, skin
milk, powder or antiperspirant.
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dealer or Panasonic Customer
Service Center.
• When removing the charger please
do not do so by pulling on the cord.
N OT E : T h e a p p l i a n c e w i l l n o t
c h a r g e i f t h e sw i t c h i s i n a ny
position other than 0·charge.
A l way s c h e ck t o s e e t h a t t h e
charging light is on.
for approximately 20 hours. As
batteries supply electricity through
chemical reaction, if left for long
periods of time without being
charged they become difficult
to charge (inactivated) and it is
necessar y to charge them for
approximately 20 hours in order to
reactivate them.
In some cases the charging light
may not come on even after a
few minutes and even though the
charger is plugged in securely. In
such cases please continue to
charge the appliance and the charging light will eventually come on.
After the appliance has been
fully charged it is OK to leave the
appliance plugged in.
As the charging current is
controlled, the life of the batteries
does not deteriorate. There is
generally a memory effect whereby
the voltage will be reduced if the
appliance is repeatedly charged
and discharged without completely
using the capacity of the batteries.
If the appliance is used until no
charge remains in the battery and
then charged for 20 hours, this
effect will disappear.
Please use the charger provided
to charge the battery.
Please charge and use the
appliance at a temperature of
between 5~40°C (41°~104°F).
I t i s p e r fe c t l y n o r m a l fo r t h e
appliance to become slightly warm
when being charged or used.
If the cord becomes damaged it
is not possible to replace only the
cord. Please contact your nearest
How to operate your
epilator
Cordless operation of the epilator
(Wet epilation)
• Remove the cap.
• Attach the head you wish to use.
• Place a small quantity of liquid
body soap on the discs.
• Wet the discs.
• Slide the switch to 1 or 2 position
and carry out epilation.
NOTE: Allow the discs to spin and
foam up the soap.
Always use liquid body soap when
carrying out epilation. Using just
cold or warm water without soap
will hinder the movement of the
epilator.
Please see “Use foam to achieve
the best results” for details.
• Always wash the discs well after
use to remove any residual soap.
N OT E : I f s o a p i s l e f t o n t h e
discs then a white deposit can
a c c u m u l a t e a n d p r eve n t t h e
blades from moving smoothly.
Use the supplied brush to remove
any remaining hair.
• After epilation slide the switch to
the 0·charge position.
NOTE: Remove any dirt with a
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dry cloth and allow the appliance
to dry thoroughly. Leaving the
appliance wet for long periods of
time can cause malodor.
NOTE: Always make sure that the
epilation discs and skin protector
have not become damaged,
c ra cke d o r m i s s h a p e n . I f t h ey
are, then please do not use the
appliance.
Failure to do so can cause damage
to the skin.
If you are concerned about pain
during epilation then please use the
1 position. However, bear in mind
that people sense pain differently
so in some cases you may feel
more pain on the 1 position.
The movement of the discs makes
some noise but this is perfectly
normal.
Please do not drop the appliance or
bang it against anything solid.
(This can cause the skin protector
or epilation discs to become
damaged, cracked or misshapen.)
Use foam to achieve the best
results
• Apply sufficient foam.
Note: The foam guides the hair into
the discs. If there is insufficient
foam, then there is the possibility
that the hair may not be removed,
making it difficult to properly carry
out epilation.
• E n s u r e t h a t t h e fo a m i s f i r m
enough.
NOTE: If the foam is too soft, then
it will be difficult to catch the hair.
Increase the volume of liquid body
soap or reduce the volume of
water to make the foam firmer.
The foaming characteristics and
the firmness of foam will var y
depending on the characteristics
of the body soap used.
• Apply the epilator at right angles
to the skin and move it slowly.
Note: After the foam is applied it
is easy to move the epilator too
quickly. Take care to place the
head lightly against the skin and
move it slowly.
Correct usage for best epilation
results
• For the first use, or if not having
e p i l a t e d fo r a l o n g t i m e, w e
recommend trimming hairs before
epilation. Leg and arm hair should
be shortened to a length of 3 to 5
mm.
• Apply epilator at right angles (90°)
a g a i n s t yo u r s k i n . Fo r b e s t
epilation results keep in contact
with the skin surface. Pressing
gently and guide the appliance
slowly against hair growth. This
sw i t c h - s i d e o f t h e a p p l i a n c e
shows against hair growth.
(Please see the fig. 4)
• Rub your skin to lift short hairs.
• M o ve t h e e p i l a t o r s l o w l y o n
Cordless operation of the
epilator (Dry Epilation)
• Remove the cap.
• Attach the head you wish to use.
• Slide the switch to 1 or 2 position
and carry out epilation.
• After completing epilation, slide the
switch to the 0·charge position.
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skin so that it is tight.
the skin with the skin protector
vertically touching against it.
NOTE: You may drop some hair so
please lay out a piece of paper, etc.
to catch it.
Shaving
Shaving with soap lather
Before using make sure the blade
is not warped or damaged, as this
may cause injury.
Legs and arms epilation (Fig. 5)
When epilating legs or arms, please
use the epilation head.
Do not use this head on the underarm
or on the bikini line.
Important for arms and legs epilation:
Apply epilator at right angles (90°)
against your skin.
Pressing the appliance too hard onto
the skin or using it on an angle can
cause damage to the skin.
Press gently and guide the appliance
slowly against hair growth.
If you move the appliance too fast
then you will find a large number of
missed hairs.
• Shaving with lather makes the skin
slippery for a closer shave.
• Do not use shaving cream, skin
cream, or skin lotion.
Doing so will clog the blades.
When the hair is short, it makes
the hair removal easier and also
reduces the pain to shorten the hair.
If epilation is carried out when the
hair is too long it can get caught
inside the appliance and cause it to
malfunction.
For legs and arms
It is helpful to use a shaver head
with bikini comb.
• Holding the appliance correctly
Place your thumb on the area
around the switch and hold the
appliance from the side.
Touching the head with your finger
can interfere with the operation of
the appliance.
For underarms and bikini-line
It is helpful to use a shaver head 3
to 5 days before using the epilator.
• Remove the bikini comb.
• Check that the outer foil is not
warped or damaged.
• Slide the switch to either 1 or 2
position.
Legs: Move the appliance upwards
from the bottom of the leg.
Arms: Move the appliance inwards
from the outside of the arm.
Upper arms: Move the appliance
upwards from the bottom of the
upper arms.
NOTE: When using the appliance
on areas where the skin is prone to
sagging (on the inside of the knees
and elbows), pull and stretch the
Shaving with bikini comb
Place bikini comb onto the shaver
head, and slide trimmer up. When
the bikini comb is in place, make
sure the comb is in close contact
with the skin.
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Lift the trimmer to cut long hair
Lift the trimmer up.
• After using the trimmer to lift and
cut hair that is long or laying down,
use the outer foil to finish it off.
• Please use the brush to remove
any hairs that is caught in the
trimmer. Failure to do so can
cause hairs to be missed.
• Use the bikini comb (integrated
in the shaver head ) t o avo i d
damaging the outer foil.
• Before using the appliance for the
first time, wipe away excess oil
with a tissue, etc. to avoid getting
the oil on the outer blade and your
skin.
Apply the shaver head so that the
whole of the blade is in close contact
with the skin. Do not allow the surface
of the blade to move up and down.
Press gently and guide the appliance
slowly against hair growth. Applying
with too much force prevents hairs
from being guided to the blades
which may lead to some areas not
being shaved.
When the trimmer is up, apply the
blade gently.
to the skin surface. In order to
prevent the risk of ingrown hairs,
we recommend the regular use
of massage sponges, e.g. after
showering, or exfoliation peelings.
By gentle scrubbing action, the
upper skin layer will be removed
and fine hairs can get through to
the skin surface.
Cleaning
Switch off and unplug the appliance
before cleaning.
Washing your epilator
After using the appliance, always
clean the frames and discs to keep
them in a hygienic state.
Warning!
• Always unplug the charger from
the electrical outlet and from
the epilator before cleaning the
appliance.
• Never use the charger in the bath
or shower.
• Never wash or place the charger
in water.
Caution!
• Make sure that no hair or clothing
comes into contact with the discs
and never attempt to touch them.
Failure to do so can result in them
becoming entangled in the discs.
The epilation and shaver heads and
main body can be washed.
We recommend washing each head.
Take care not to deform or damage
the skin protector during cleaning.
Cleaning with liquid hand soap is
Further useful tips
• In the beginning, it is advisable to
epilate in the evening so that any
possible reddening can disappear
overnight. When you feel pain or
rash appears, cool the skin with
cold towel.
• Hair is easier to remove after
bathing or showering.
• It may happen that new grown fine
hairs do not manage to get through
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• Store the leg/arm epilation and
shaver heads with their caps on.
unnecessary when liquid body soap
is used for hair removal. Rinse off
soapsuds and dry after use.
Cleaning your epilator with
the supplied brush
• Remove the frame by holding
down the frame release button
and placing your fingers on the
protrusions on the front and back
of the head. (Fig. 6)
In the case of the shaver head,
remove the frame by grasping the
edge of one side with the fingers.
(Fig. 9)
Take care not to touch the skin
protector as it can easily become
mishappen.
• Apply conventional liquid hand
soap to the discs and blade.
• Turn the switch on and then pour
a little water onto the discs to
create foam.
• Wash the head with cold or warm
water to remove any hair. (Fig.7)
NOTE: Take care when doing so
as there is the possibility that
water may splash around.
Do not use hot water to wash the
appliance.
Use the supplied brush to remove
any hair that is still stuck to the
appliance.
If soap is not completely washed
away, then a white deposit can
a c c u m u l a t e a n d p r eve n t t h e
blades from moving smoothly.
• Slide the switch to the 0·charge
position and wipe the appliance
with a dry cloth.
NOTE: Do not apply pressure to
the skin protector.
Leaving the appliance wet for long
period of time can cause malodor.
Cleaning of the epilation head
(Fig. 8)
After using the appliance, always
clean the frame and discs to keep
them in a hygienic state.
• Remove the frame by holding
down the frame release button
and placing your fingers on the
protrusions on the front and back
of the head.
Take care not to touch the skin
protector as it can easily become
misshapen.
• Brush the epilation head.
While cleaning, you can turn the
epilation discs manually.
Be careful not to break the skin
protector when cleaning.
In some cases it is difficult to
remove hair that has become
stuck in the discs. In such cases,
hold the appliance so that it is
pointing down, rotate it a number
of times and then clean it again
with the brush. (Always ensure
that the switch is off before doing
so.)
When removing the frame, please
do not touch the metal area on
the side of the disc. Touching
it can cause the appliance to
malfunction.
Please do not use any brush other
than the brush provided.
• For disinfection of the epilation
discs please use only pure
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alcohol.
Wipe the main body only with a
damp cloth. The use of alcohol
etc. may cause discoloration or
deformation of the main body.
Do not press down hard on the
skin protector.
• After cleaning, put the protection
cap on the epilation head.
the inside of the frame.
Fitting the new outer foil
Holding the outer foil so that the
surface with the plastic panel ⓑ
(i.e. the surface that will contact the
inner blade) faces upward, insert
into the frame so that the catches
ⓐ on the frame fit into the holes on
the foil.
Cleaning of the shaver head
(Fig. 9)
We recommend that the outer foil
be replaced every year and the
inner blade be replaced every two
years.
After using the appliance, always
clean the blades to keep them in a
hygienic state.
• Remove the frame by lifting it from
one side while pressing on the
frame release button.
• Clean with the brush.
Be careful not to apply too much
force on the blade.
Remove the hair that is caught on
the front of the trimmer section by
lifting the trimmer.
Do not disassemble the outer
blades or frames.
• Wipe the attachment area with a
dry cloth.
• After cleaning, put the bikini comb
on the shaver head.
Safety precautions
Replacing the outer foil of
the shaver head (Fig.10)
Never remove the outer foil for other
reason than to change it.
Removing the outer foil
While pushing the outer foil gently
with the fingers, use the fingernail
to release the plastic panel ⓑ on
the blade from the catches ⓐ on
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• Use only the included charger.
• Please use the appliance at a
temperature of between 5~40°C
o
(41-104F )
• Always ensure the appliance is
operated on an electric power
source matched to its rated
voltage.
• Never operate the appliance if
the cord or adapter are damaged
or overly hot, or if the plug fits
loosely in the power outlet.
• Keep the device away from sources
of heat or flame.
• Do not allow the appliance to be
used by, on, or near children.
• Do not allow the appliance to be
used or left in the vicinity of sinks,
bathrooms, or other high-humidity
areas, where it could be exposed
to water and moisture.
• Do not allow the appliance to be
immersed in, splashed with, or
rinsed under water.
• Do not modify the cord or damage
it in any way such as by
bending, twisting or pulling on it
unnecessarily.
• Do not wrap the output cord tightly
around the appliance.
• Regularly clean the cord connector,
which plugs into the appliance,
to keep it free of dust and foreign
objects such as pins, etc.
• Replace the shaving foil and the
inner blade when you notice a
reduced shaving performance.
• A damaged or defective appliance
should be returned to the
customer ser vice center or to
an authorized customer service
agent.
• Do not attempt to use a defective
appliance or repair the appliance
yourself. Disassembly and repair
should only be carried out by a
qualified technician.
• The adapter can be positioned in
a vertical or horizontal position.
How to remove the builtin rechargeable batteries
before disposal of the
epilator (Fig. 11)
The batteries in this epilator are
not intended to be replaced by
consumers. However, the batteries
may be replaced at an authorized
ser vice center. The procedure
described below is intended only for
removal of the rechargeable batteries
for the purpose of proper disposal.
• Always unplug the charger from
the epilator before disassembling
it.
• Always slide the switch to 1 or 2
until the batteries are completely
discharged.
• Using a screwdriver, disassemble
the unit in the following order.
1. Detach the epilation head ⓐ .
2. Remove the off/on switch ⓑ .
3. Remove the top section ⓒ of
the epilator (3 screws).
4. Remove the two long screws
ⓓ.
5. Push in the head release buttons
ⓔ.
6 Push hard on the connector on
the bottom and take out the
drive system ⓕ .
7. Remove the head release buttons
ⓖ (1 screw).
For environmental protection
and recycling of materials
This epilator contains Ni-MH batteries.
ATTENTION:
2 nickel metal hydride batteries
that are recyclable power the
product you have purchased.
Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY
for information on how to recycle
the batteries.
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8. Remove the batter y holder
section ⓗ (2 screws).
9 . Ta k e o u t t h e t w o N i - M H
batteries ⓘ .
(Please take care not to allow
the batteries to short out on
anything.)
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This product is intended for house-hold use only.
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