Innergize HB945

Innergize HB945
Innergize
HB945
Philips Domestic Appliances and Personal Care
Service Manual
PRODUCT INFORMATION
IMPORTANT
- This full-body tanning appliance is equipped with an
electronic power supply. This means that when the
appliance is connected to the mains, the tanning or
relaxing functions are made visible by means of symbols
on the display. The set time is also shown on the display.
During the last minute of the set time, an accoustic
signal sounds.
- The UV lamps only burn in combination with the IR
(relax) lamps. When the UV lamps are on the IR lamps
burn at reduced intensity.
- The IR lamps can also be used separately at full intensity
for a relax session.
- This appliance is equipped with a sound module,
offering a selection of four nature sounds. The user can
also connect an external music appliance to play his/her
own music, either via the loudspeakers or the earphones.
- This tanning appliance has also been fitted with a scent
unit. The scent granules required for this unit can be
ordered as service part (see parts list).
- Because of the brief high starting voltage, the appliance
should be connected to a circuit protected with a 16A fuse.
- HPA lamps only go on at a restart if they have cooled down
sufficiently.
- Never touch the HPA lamps with your fingers. If necessary,
clean the lamps with a cloth moistened with some alcohol.
- When a new HPA lamp is installed, this lamp may have
a different colour compared to the other lamp. This is
normal and will disappear after a short period of use.
- After repair, the glass filters should be free from fingerprints.
If necessary clean the filters with some alcohol.
- Never look directly into the light of an HPA lamp when it
is on without protective goggles.
- Insufficient cooling – for instance when the vents are
blocked or when the fan has broken down – will cause the
thermal safety cut-out to switch the appliance off. Once the
cause of overheating has been removed and the appliance
has cooled down sufficiently, it will switch automatically on
again.
- Let the appliance cool down for 15 minutes before folding
it back into transport position and storing it.
- Only move the appliance when it is in transport position,
i.e. when it is folded.
- If there are complaints about inadequate tanning, the
output of the lamps can be measured with a UV-X 36
meter. For the minimum values, see table under ‘Technical
information’.
Published by Philips Domestic Appliances and Personal Care
06/09
Printed in the Netherlands
© Copyright reserved
Subject to modification
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
-
Input voltage
Input consumption
Fuse
UVA source
IR source
Starter
Timer
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
230 V – 50 Hz.
Approx. 2200 W
16 A
2 x Philips Cleo HPA SYNERGIE
2 x Philips type 15040R
KAIDA KCCD-G400
45 min. (Digital)
HB945
- Radiation area
- Output (min)
UVX-36 meter
- Protecting goggles
- Safety
- Weight
: 190 x 70 cm
: 0.2 W/cm² at 65 cm. straight
below the distance indicator
: 2 x HB072
: Class II Cenelec UV type 3
: Approx. 19 kg.
DISASSEMBLY & REPAIR INSTRUCTION
Always unplug the appliance before disassembly or repair!
1. Replacing lamps, fans and starters.
- Fold the appliance out into operating position.
- Remove 12 screws on the bottom of the lamp housing.
- Remove the upper part of the lamp housing
(the fans, starters and internal wiring are now accessible)
- Remove the screws of the mounting bridge.
- Remove the reflector clamps.
- Remove the reflector.
You have to lift the mounting bridge to do so.
2. Replacing lock grips, soundboard, relay board and power
SMPS (PCB)
- Remove the back of the timer housing.
- Now the lock grips, sound board, relay board and the power
SMPS are accessible
3. Replacing timer front with speakers and display
- Remove the grip main assy and slide the lamp housing
together with the slider off the column and place it on a table
or bed with the front pointing downwards.
- Remove the back of the timer housing.
- Remove the sound board, the relay board and the power
SMPS and undo the plug-in connections.
- Undo the 4 screws attaching the front to the black sleeve.
- Now the front can be removed.
4. Replacing seesaws (always replace both)
- Start disassembling the appliance as described under 3.
- Remove the back of the timer housing.
- Remove the 4 screws attaching the front to the black sleeve.
- Remove the black sleeve.
- Remove 2 shafts.
- Remove the spring. Be careful, for the spring is tensioned.
- Remove the seesaws.
To replace the hinge housing assy:
- Undo the screws of the main grip.
- Take the main grip off stand.
- Remove the black plastic tube from the column.
- Slide the lamp housing together with the slider off the
column.
To replace the paw and the paw cap (L&R) and the wheels:
- Undo the screw on the inside of the paw.
- Unsnap the paw caps.
- The wheels are now accessible.
- Undo 4 screws in the point of rotation of the paw to detach
the paw.
To replace the sliding plug leg:
- To replace the sliding plug of the leg, the existing sliding
plug has to be smashed with the pointed end of a hammer;
otherwise it can’t be removed without damaging the leg. A
new sliding plug can simply be snapped onto the leg.
6. Resetting the timer and hour counter
- When the timer has detected a “temporary” fault, it shows
an error code on the display.
- After unplugging the main cord for 30 seconds the timer
will reset automatically.
- If the error code does not disappear, there is probably a
defect in the relay board or the checking device in the
software.
- Reset the hour counter (e.g. after replacing the UV lamps).
0
1
1
Resetting
the hour counter
2
3
4
5
6
00
Start
Stop
Press
+ 2x
+ 1x
+ 1x
7
000
5. Stand
- The column of the stand has been mounted by means of
a hydraulic press and cannot be removed without causing
serious damage.
- As a result, the hinge housing cannot be disassembled either.
- The legs have been mounted on the paw by means of a
hydraulic press and cannot be removed without causing
serious damage.
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ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
HB945
M1
M2
La2
Lp
La1
-t
NTC1
N
N
S1
S2
B
B
La4
Lp
La3
TCO1
-t
TCO2
NTC3
-t
NTC2
SK3
SK6
SK4
SK5
TB1
N
J6
Relay Board PCB
L
SMPS J5
(power)
PCB
LS1
User Interface Panel
J4
J1
J2
J3
LS2
Sound Board PCB
Headphones
Line-in
3-8
PARTS LIST
Item
Service code
1
2
3
4
5
4222 062 95930
4222 062 95940
4222 062 95950
4222 062 95960
4222 062 95970
6
7
8
9
10
11
HB945
Description
Item
Service code
Grip main assy
Paw cap R
Leg assy R
Leg assy L
Leg sliding plug (set)
24
25
26
27
28
4822 404 40639
4822 214 12272
4822 271 30619
4822 410 40417
4222 062 96230
Switch bracket
Starter HPA
Micro switch
Switch pin
17 tabs PCB
4222 062 96860
4222 062 95990
4222 062 96000
4222 062 96010
4222 062 96410
Hinge assy
Paw cap L
Wheel
Fan assy
Slider assy
29
30
31
32
33
4222 062 96940
4222 062 95020
4222 062 96950
4222 062 96260
4222 062 96270
Lamp housing LS
Distance indicator
Mid compartment
Scent cartridge
Compartment lid
12
13
4222 062 96030
4222 062 96040
4222 062 96050
4222 062 96870
4222 062 96880
Main flex EU
Main flex UK
Main flex CH
Sound Board PCB
Relay Board PCB
34
35
36
37
38
4222 062 96280
4222 062 96290
4222 062 96300
4222 062 95920
4222 062 96310
Screw (set 3.5 x 20 and 3.5 x 12)
Lamp HPA
Lamp IR
Thermal cut off 90 °C
Lamp holder assy IR
14
15
16
17
18
4222 062 96890
4222 062 96900
4222 062 96060
4222 062 96200
4822 265 30284
Slider head assy
Hinge cap
Lock grip assy R
Lock grip assy L
Connecting block 3S
39
40
41
42
43
4222 062 95250
4822 325 20102
4222 062 96320
4222 062 94580
4222 062 94570
Reflector clamp
Lamp holder HPA
Reflector assy
NTC resistor 22 W
NTC connector
19
20
21
22
23
4222 062 96910
4222 062 96390
4222 062 96190
4222 062 96920
4222 062 96930
SMPS (power) PCB
Sleeve
Sea saw (set)
Timer sound panel
Lamp housing US
44
4222 062 96330
4222 062 96481
4822 690 80147
Scent refill packages HB080
Scent refill packages “Only for EE”
Protecting Goggles HB072
45
Description
4-8
EXPLODED VIEW PART A
HB945
1
2
6
7
3
8
4
5
5-8
EXPLODED VIEW PART B
HB945
14
9
15
9
10
16
11
17
18
19
12
20
13
21
22
6-8
EXPLODED VIEW PART C
HB945
23
24
25
26
27
37
38
39
28
40
34
35
36
41
42
43
29
30
31
44
32
45
33
7-8
WIRING DIAGRAM
HB945
PCB5
La2
NTC2 TB2
La1
NTC1
M2
TCO1
La4
TB3
B
N
N
NTC3
La3
SK1
SK2
S1
Lp
B
Lp
S2
TCO2
M1
SK3
SK4
PCB4
LS2
LS1
User Interface Panel
Sound Board
Relay Board
J1
J2
J6
J3
J4
PCB3
Headphones
Line-in
PCB2
TB1
N
L
Brown
Blue
Purple
Red
Yellow
Green
Black
White
SMPS
PCB1
J5
Mains
8-8
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