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Beard Trimmer
Thank you for buying your new Remington® product. Please read these
instructions carefully and keep them safe. Remove all packaging before use.
F IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1 This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been supervised/instructed and understand the hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be done by children unless they are older than 8 and supervised. Keep the appliance and cable out of reach of children under 8 years.
2 Do not put the appliance in liquid; do not use it near water in a bath-tub, basin or other vessel; and don’t use it outdoors.
3 Suitable for cleaning under an open water tap.
4 Keep the power cord and plug away from heated surfaces.
5 Make sure the power plug and cord to not get wet.
6 Do not leave the appliance unattended while plugged in, except when charging.
7 Do not use attachments other than those we supply.
8 Do not twist or kink the cable, or wrap it round the appliance.
9 Do not use the appliance if it is damaged or malfunctions.
10 If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
11 Do not plug or unplug the appliance with wet hands.
12 Store the product at a temperature between 15°C and 35°C.
13 This appliance is not intended for commercial or salon use.
14 This appliance should be charged by approved safety isolating adaptors SW-120060EU (EU), SW-120060BS (UK) with the output capacity of 12Vdc; 600mA.
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C KEY FEATURES
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On/off switch
Adjustable zoom wheel
Length position indicator
Charge/recharge indicator
Stubble blade
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Detail blade
Adjustable comb (1.5-18mm)
Adaptor (not shown)
Cleaning brush
Blade release button
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C GETTING STARTED
•Note: It is recommended to fully charge your appliance before using for the first time. Please refer to the charge times shown in this book.
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Ensure the product is switched off.
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The adaptor automatically adjusts to a main voltage between 100V and 240V.
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Connect the product to the adaptor and then to the mains.
, Charge Level Indicators
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Charge Level
Indicator
Charging
Blue LED will flash
Empty
Red LED will flash
Fully Charged
Blue LED will remain on
Run time from fully charged is up to 120 minutes.
Charge time from empty is 4 hours.
Note: To preserve the life of your batteries, let them run out every 6 months then fully charge.
F INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
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For corded use connect the product to the adaptor, then to the mains.
Extended mains only use will result in a reduction of battery life.
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Cordless use – when the product is switched on and fully charged it can be used in cordless mode for up to 120 minutes.
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Switch the product on by sliding up the on/off switch.
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Always comb your beard or moustache with a fine comb before you start trimming.
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To attach the adjustable comb, first ensure the adjustable zoom wheel is set to 1. Then slide on the desired comb so that the comb rails align into the slots found at the top of the trimmer head.
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Select the comb length by rotating the zoom wheel upwards to increase the length and downwards to decrease the length. Please see the table below for the different length increments.
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SETTING
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HAIR DESCRIPTION
Stubble or Cropped look
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Short
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Medium
HAIR LENGTH
1.5mm
0.06’’
2.5mm
0.1’’
4mm
0.16’’
5.5mm
0.22’’
7mm
0.28’’
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9mm
0.35’’
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11mm
0.43’’
14mm
0.55’’
18mm
0.71’’
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Long
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Slowly slide the trimmer through the hair. Repeat from different directions as necessary.
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If hair builds up in the trimmer comb during the trimming process, switch the unit off, pull off the comb and brush off.
Note: Use the beard trimmer without the adjustable comb for trimming hair close to the skin. This will trim hair to 1mm, holding the blades perpendicular to the skin will trim hair to 0.4mm.
, ATTACHING AND REMOVING THE BLADES
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To remove, press the release button and pull upwards and away from the trimmer.
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To attach, snap the desired blade in place until it clicks.
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The detail blade is designed for edging and the stubble blade is intended for short stubble. Both of these combs are not recommended for use with the adjustable comb. The main blade can be used for trimming beards with or without the adjustable comb.
, TO THIN AND TAPER THE BEARD/MOUSTACHE
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Turn the unit on.
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Place the flat top of the trimmer comb against the skin.
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Slowly slide the trimmer through the hair. Repeat from different directions as necessary.
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If hair builds up in the trimmer comb during the trimming process, switch the unit off, pull off the comb and brush off.
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TRIMMING EDGE OF SIDEBURNS
Hold the trimmer with the trimmer blade facing you.
Start with edge of sideburn and with the trimmer blades resting lightly against your skin, use motions towards edge of sideburn line to trim to desired locations in facial area.
Shape as desired.
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TRIMMING THE NAPE OF YOUR NECK
You will need a hand mirror for this operation if performing it alone.
Use your fingers to lift the hair at the base of your head up off the neck. Your index finger should be covering the roots of the hairs you are lifting to prevent accidental removal by trimmer.
Using your other hand, hold the trimmer to the base of your neck with the cutting unit facing up, and move the trimmer up the length of the neck until it touches your finger covering the hair roots at the base of your head.
Be sure to move the unit slowly when performing this operation and to keep the hair roots at the base of your head out of the way of the trimmer.
E Tips for best results
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Beard, moustache and sideburn hairs should be dry.
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Avoid using lotions before using your trimmer.
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If you are trimming for the first time start with the maximum comb length setting.
C CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
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To ensure long lasting performance of the clipper, clean the blades and unit regularly.
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Ensure the appliance is switched off and unplugged from the mains.
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Always store the attachment guide comb on the trimmer blade.
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Do not use harsh or corrosive cleaners on the unit or blades.
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This product is fully washable, after rinsing under a tap ensure the product is dry. Do not rinse while the product is connected to the mains.
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Wash the heads under a running tap to remove any hair clippings.
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After each use, it is recommended to clean hair from blades either by rinsing the blades or using the cleaning brush and then oil the blades (1-3 drops).
, Note: do not disassemble the blades.
BATTERY REMOVAL
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The battery must be removed from the appliance before it is scrapped.
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The appliance must be disconnected from the supply mains when removing the battery.
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Remove 4 screws from the bottom housing. Using a small screwdriver, pry off the upper housing.
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Cut the red and black wires to disconnect the motor and PCBA, then take out the battery holder bracket.
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Using a small screwdriver, pry off the switch lever on the battery holder bracket.
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Remove 2 screws and then remove the battery holder bracket.
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Pull out the PCBA from the battery holder bracket. Cut the wirings which connect the batteries and remove the batteries.
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Dispose of the batteries carefully.
H ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
To avoid environmental and health problems due to hazardous
substances in electrical and electronic goods, appliances marked with
this symbol must not be disposed of with unsorted municipal waste, but
recovered, reused or recycled.
E SERVICE AND GUARANTEE
Defects affecting product functionality appearing within the guarantee period will
be corrected by replacement or repair at our option provided the product is used
and maintained in accordance with the instructions.
Your statutory rights are not affected.
Consumables are excluded.
Defects from repair by an unauthorized dealer are not covered.
If you call the Service Centre, please have the Model No. to hand, as we won’t be
able to help you without it. The Model No. can be found on the rating plate of the
appliance.
Replacement parts and accessories are available to buy at
www.remington.co.uk/parts-accessories
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E SERVICE CENTRE
United Kingdom
G Tel 0800 212 438 (free call mainland UK)
G +44 161 947 3111 (call outside the UK)
Spectrum Brands (UK) Ltd
Fir Street, Failsworth, Manchester
M35 0HS, UK
www.remington.co.uk
Ireland
G Tel 142 951 40
Remington Consumer Products,
Unit B12, Ballymount Corporate Park,
Ballymount, Dublin 12.
www.remington.co.uk
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Visit www.productregister.co.uk/remington. You must register within 28 days
of purchase.
Model No. MB4850
14/UK/ MB4850 T22-0002476 Version 08 / 14
Remington® is a Registered Trade Mark of Spectrum Brands, Inc., or one of its subsidiaries.
Spectrum Brands (UK) Ltd
Fir Street,
Failsworth,
Manchester
M35 0HS
www.remington.co.uk
© 2014 SBI
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