CO9011_V4_140113 Wall and Drawer Hair Dryer Instructions

CO9011_V4_140113 Wall and Drawer Hair Dryer Instructions
CO9011 V4_140113
www.corbyofwindsor.com
USE & CARE MANUAL
WALL/DRAWER
MOUNTED HAIRDRYER
SECTION 01
These notes must be read before use
These instructions are for your safety. Please read through them thoroughly
before use and retain for future reference. Failure to follow them could cause
injury and/or property damage.
This manual provides instructions for models with and without a shaver socket.
CONTENTS
SECTION 01
Cautions
Important
Introduction
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04
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SECTION 02
Identification
Fixing pack
Tools required
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05
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SECTION 03
Installation (Wall-mounted)
Installation (With reserved wire)
Installation (Into drawer)
Plug Replacement
Specification
Guarantee
Contacts
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06
07
08
09
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DO’S
• Check the product and the supply cord for damage regularly.
• Ensure your mains supply rating corresponds with that stated on the rating
label fixed to the hair dryer before making any connections.
• Always switch the product off at the base unit after use.
SECTION 01
CAUTIONS
• Only use the product for its intended purpose.
• Always check and clean the intake grille regularly to avoid overheating.
DON’TS
• Never use the product near any source of water such as wash
basins, baths, sinks etc.
• Never use the product outdoors.
• Never immerse the product in any water or other liquids.
• Never leave the product unattended whilst in use.
• Never allow the supply cord to touch hot surfaces.
• Never use the product if the supply cord or plug is damaged or if the
appliance has been damaged in any manner.
• Never use the product with wet hands.
• Never cover the air intake grille when in use.
• Never leave children unsupervised where the product may be accessible.
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SECTION 01
IMPORTANT!
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced
physical or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they
have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a
person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
Do not attempt to make repairs to the product. Always contact a qualified
technician. If the supply becomes damaged, it must be replaced by a suitably
qualified person using the same rated cable.
The hair dryer is fitted with an automatic overheating protection device. In the event
of the unit overheating the hair dryer will switch off. Switch the unit off at the base
or unplug the unit from the mains and allow to cool. The hair dryer can be used again
once cooled, but first check the air intake for a possible blockage such as; hair, fluff
etc.
• When wall mounting the product, always check there are no water, gas or
electrical cables or pipes within or behind the wall.
• Ensure the mains supply is switched off before commencing any electrical
installation.
• The electrical installation should be carried out in accordance with the
current wiring regulations. If in doubt on any part, please seek advice from a
qualified electrician.
• The hair dryer is double insulated and does not require an Earth (ground)
connection.
• The hair dryer must be fixed so the base unit and the hand held part when
fully extended, is out of reach of a person taking a bath or shower.
• Connection of the unit to the electical supply by fixed wiring should be
made with cable suitable for 13A loading.
• When the unit is to be permanently connected to the fixed wiring, a suitable
means for all-pole disconnection (contact separation of at least 3mm) should
be incorporated (e.g. a switched fuse spur fitted with a 13A rated fuse).
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for choosing this appliance. The appliance is designed to meet the most
stringent quality, performance, and safety requirements. This guide aims to improve
your understanding and appreciation of your new appliance by providing simple and
informative use and care instructions.
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SECTION 02
IDENTIFICATION
Base Unit
Hair Dryer
FIXING PACK
1x Large Screw,
1x Small Screw,
1x Cap,
1x Plate
2x Wall Plug,
TOOLS REQUIRED
1.
2.
3.
Power drill
6mm masonary bit
Cross-head drill bit
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SECTION 03
INSTALLATION (WALL-MOUNTED)
1.
Mark the wall with a pencil
to indicate the location of
the bracket.
2.
3.
Use a drill and 6mm
masonary bit to drill a hole
on the marked point.
Insert a wall plug into the
hole and secure the
bracket as shown using a
small screw.
4.
5.
Unhook the base unit and
drill into the wall at the
marked point.
OF
F
ON
Hang the base unit on the bracket. Align the product
with a spirit level and mark with a pencil through the
bottom hole.
7.
Re-hang the base unit and screw the large screw into
the hole. Cover the screw hole with the screw cover.
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6.
Insert a wall plug into the
hole.
SECTION 03
INSTALLATION (WITH RESERVED WIRE)
1.
Cable clamp
Entry point
Follow ‘WALL MOUNTED’
instructions numbers 1 to 6.
2.
Existing
cable
OF
F
Terminal
ON
To remove the cover, first
remove the hand piece
and unscrew the two
screws from the cover.
Detach the cover from the
base by releasing the clip,
accessible through the
hole in the rear, with a
screw driver.
3.
Unscrew the cable clamp
and remove the cable
from the terminal.
RESERVED WIRE DIAGRAM
4.
5.
Drill a hole where the
cable needs to enter the
cable entry point.
Pull the reserved wire
through the entry hole
and connect to the
terminal.
Ensure there is enough
cable to allow the base
unit to be un-hooked and
unclipped from the rear
should access to the
connections be required
in the future.
6.
Screw the front casing back into place and cover the
screw hole with the screw cover.
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SECTION 03
INSTALLATION (INTO DRAWER)
1.
50mm
(minimum)
Follow ‘WALL MOUNTED’
instructions numbers 1 to 7.
Substituting the drawer
base for the wall.
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2.
Ensure the initial screw hole for the bracket is drilled at
least 50mm from the back of the drawer to allow the
unit to be hooked in place.
(for product fitted with BS plug)
This appliance is NOT supplied with a plug fitted. If a plug is required, use a plug that is
fitted with a 13 Amp fuse. Should the fuse require replacement, it must be replaced
with a fuse rated at 13 Amp and approved to BS1362 by ASTA.
The wires in the mains lead on this appliance are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
Blue Brown -
Neutral
Live
NOTE: In the case of the coloured
cable wires not corresponding with the
coloured markings in the plug follow
these steps
1.
2.
Neutral
(BLUE)
Cord
Clamp
E
L
N
SECTION 03
PLUG REPLACEMENT
Live
(BROWN)
Fuse
(13 Amp)
Connect BROWN wire to
terminal “L” (or coloured red)
Connect BLUE wire to terminal
“N” (or coloured black).
As the colours may not correspond with the markings identifying the terminals in your
plug proceed as follows.
• The blue wire must be connected to the terminal marked N
• The brown wire must be connected to the terminal marked L
Important - any cut off plug should be disposed of safely to prevent hazard. There is
a danger of electric shock if a cut off plug is inserted into a socket outlet.
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SECTION 03
SPECIFICATION
Rated Voltage
-
230V
Rated Frequency
-
50Hz
Rated Power
-
1200W
Shaver Socket Output (max.)
(where available)
-
230V, 1.0A
115V, 0.1A
Note: The shaver socket incorporates a safety isolating transformer fitted with
overload protection. This inhibits the operation of appliances with a load higher
than 20VA
CONFORMITY WITH DIRECTIVES
Conforms with relevant European Directives
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
For electrical products sold within the European Community.
This appliance is labelled in accordance with European Directive 2002/96/EC
concerning Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). Waste electrical
products should not be disposed of with household waste. Please recycle where
facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice.
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SECTION 03
SECTION 03
AFFIX RECEIPT OR PROOF
OF PURCHASE HERE
GUARANTEE
For your convenience, you are not required to complete a form and return it to us in
order to validate your guarantee. However, please ensure that you retain your
receipt which will act as both proof of purchase and a guarantee validation
document. We recommend that you attach your receipt to this documentation.
Your product carries a 12 month guarantee from the date that the original purchaser
receives it. If your product fails to operate to its specification due to faulty
workmanship or materials during the guarantee period, we will either repair or
replace the product. We will use our discretion to determine whether to offer a
repair or provide a replacement. The product will not be covered by the guarantee
if it has been misused, transformed, modified or altered in any way.
If your product fails within the guarantee period please ensure that you have all
necessary documentation available including proof or purchase (receipt or invoice
with serial number, location and date of purchase) in addition to all original
undamaged packaging and leaflets etc. It is strongly recommended that you
inspect your product carefully before it is used or installed. For full details of your
product you should refer to the instruction manual which accompanies the product.
You are strongly advised to read this manual carefully in its entirety and to retain it for
future reference.
This product guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
CUSTOMER HELPLINE
08448 809 301
[email protected]
www.firedupgroup.co.uk
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Fired Up Corporation Ltd.
Fired Up Buildings
St Thomas Road
Huddersfield
HD1 3LF
United Kingdom
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