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Kompernass KH 101 Operating Instructions
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Operating instructions
and safety advice
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OPERATION MANUAL
YOUR TEETH FOR YOUR ENTIRE LIFE
Clean and healthy teeth extend that safe feeling of looking good. Also,
the life-long maintenance of your teeth is the prime goal in dentistry.
This is also the very aim of your own daily dental hygiene and your
dentist’s or specialist’s efforts.
WHAT IS PLAQUE ?
Plaque is a fine bacterial film that builds up on your teeth. If not
removed daily, it may lead to the most common dental diseases:
caries and periodontosis.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Charger: 230V-240V~ 50Hz 2.2W
Rechargeable battery: 2.4 Volt
The maximum operating time when fully recharged is 45 minutes.
If the rechargeable batteries are low, the flashing indicator signals that
immediate recharging is recommended. The continued use of the
toothbrush leads to the automatic cessation of operation after a while.
This protective battery function serves the purpose of extending the life
of the battery. Recharge batteries immediately.
ATTACHING THE WALL BRACKET
Affix the plugs and screws included to the wall. Then slide the wall
bracket to the rear of the recharging station. Attach the entire station
coming from the top to the screw. Guide the cable through the cable
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conduit of the wall bracket. Use only as much cable required to reach
the outlet.
CONNECTION TO POWER SUPPLY
Any power point can be used to connect the recharging station – even
outlets supplying between 230 and 240 Volt. Place the rechargeable
battery component facing you into the recharger. The green charge
light flashes as soon as the battery has been placed into the charging
station connected to the power supply.
The rechargeable battery may warm up while charging. This does not
influence the device’s operation. Overloading the battery is not possible.
To maintain its full performance the rechargeable battery should remain
in the charging station after every use.
MAINTAINING THE LIFE OF THE RECHARGEABLE BATTERY
To maximise the capacity and the life of the rechargeable batteries
charge them for 16 hours before their first use. Then use them until
fully empty. Do not leave the charging station constantly connected to
the power supply, but connect the plug to the power point for recharging only.
The electric toothbrush is also equipped with an integrated BATTERY
PROTECTOR. If the rechargeable batteries are so weak that using them
may curtail their service life the indicator signals that recharging should
be started. This signal must be observed!
CHARGING SAFEGUARD: After charging commences the indicator
flashes for 10 minutes, and while charging changes to constant
illumination.
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NOTES ON HOW TO USE
Charge your electric toothbrush before its first use for a minimum 16
hours. After a complete charge cycle attach the brushhead with a colour
ring of your choice. Position the brushhead with the head pointing in
the same direction as the switch.
Select one of the 4 possible positions respectively by activating the “I”
button.
Press
Press
Press
Press
1
2
3
4
x
x
x
x
=
=
=
=
„Fast“ speed with 2-minute timer
“Slow” speed with 2-minute timer
Massage function with 2-minute timer
Off
Button 0 = Off
“0” is the Reset/Off switch. Press for immediate reset or to turn off
your electric toothbrush.
2-minute timer: After two minutes of operation a two-second clicking
signal can be heard
Massage function: The brush head alternately runs 3 seconds at fast
speed and 3 seconds at slow speed to generate a soft massage function
for your gums.
Thoroughly rinse your mouth before brushing your teeth and moisten
the brushhead. Use any regular toothpaste. Turn on the electric
toothbrush after pointing the brushhead toward your teeth. This prevents splashing. Move the brushhead to start with along the chewing
surface of your teeth. Then continue with the outer and inner sides of
your teeth. Be sure to reach the interdental spaces and all gum areas. It
is not necessary to apply pressure onto the toothbrush. Brush your teeth
for a minimum 2 minutes to thoroughly remove plaque. Rinse your
mouth again thoroughly after brushing your teeth. Bleeding gums may
occur during the first few days of use, especially if the user generally
tends to suffer from bleeding gums. This bleeding should cease after a
few days. If the bleeding persists for more than two weeks, consult your
dentist.
Clinical research has shown that the best cleaning results are obtained if
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the toothbrush is gently moved from one tooth to another without
exercising any pressure. A change in the shape of the bristles after use is
normal. This is influenced by the individual cleaning technique, but does
not affect the operability of the toothbrush.
PRESSURE CONTROL
The pressure sensor of your NEVADENT toothbrush automatically
interrupts the pulsating motion if too much pressure is exercised.
REPLACING THE BRUSHHEAD
To ensure the cleaning performance of your toothbrush we recommend
replacing the brushhead every three months, or at the latest when the
bristles yield. If you replace your brushhead more often than every three
months, you are exercising too much pressure when cleaning your
teeth. Gently move the toothbrush over your teeth at all time without
any pressure.
CLEANING YOUR ELECTRIC TOOTHBRUSH
To maintain the function of the brushhead, rinse it thoroughly under
running tap water for a few seconds after use while still rotating.
Clean the brushhead and the rechargeable battery component by simply
rinsing them under water. Dry the rechargeable battery component.
Return the rechargeable battery to the charging station.
To keep the brushheads in a clean hygienic condition we recommend
placing them into a cleaning agent for dentures (available at retail
outlets) every 2-4 weeks.
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CAUTION
Check the cable occasionally for damage. Should you see any damaged
points immediately disconnect the plug of the charging station and have
the device checked by one of our service centres. Your service centre
will exchange the entire charging device. Do not repair it yourself!
A damaged or malfunctioning charger must not be used.
ENVIRONMENT
Remove the built-in rechargeable batteries before disposing of the
device.
PLEASE OBSERVE: The device can also be correctly disposed of at one
of our service centres. The batteries should be fully empty before
removal. For this, allow the device to run until operation ceases. Turn
the anti-slip bottom cover counter-clockwise while holding a dry cloth.
After opening the battery cover use a simple screwdriver to loosen the
air-core coil while exerting a little pressure. Gently shake the battery
compartment so that the batteries drop out. Since these are nickel
cadmium batteries they should not be disposed of in your regular waste
in the interest of your environment. Please dispose of at a service centre
or at a collection point for special waste provided near you.
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STATEMENT OF CONFORMITY
We, Kompernaß Handelsgesellschaft mbH, Burgstr. 21, D-44867
Bochum, Germany, hereby declare that this product conforms with the
following EC regulations:
EC low voltage regulations, Electromagnetic compatibility, Applicable
harmonised standards.
Type/Description:
ELECTRIC TOOTHBRUSH KH 101
Bochum, 31.12.2002
Hans Kompernaß
- Managing Director -
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