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Sonicare Electric Toothbrush 4235 020 35691 User's Manual
Sonicare 300 series
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
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READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE
The Sonicare For Kids is designed for children from 4 to 10 years of age. It is not intended for adult use.
For children under age 8, dental professionals recommend that tooth brushing is supervised by a parent or adult caregiver.
Register your product and get support at
GETTING STARTED
www.philips.com/welcome
Attach the brush head
Personalize your Sonicare with a removable and interchangeable panel
D
B
7+ years
4+ years
Choose panel
Hygienic
travel cap
Brush head(4+ years)
Peel film from back
Align with buttons
Press to apply
Choose head
Align, press down
Replace the brush head regularly
Charge your Sonicare
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Charge for 24 hours before
use. Charge indicator flashes
when battery is low; 3 beeps and
30-second rapid flashing indicate
charge is extremely low.
Replace the brush head
every three months for
optimal results. Use
only Sonicare For Kids
replacement brushes.
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Handle with soft grip
Interchangeable panel
Charge indicator
Power on/off button
Brush head(7+ years)
There may
be a small
gap between
the brush
head and
the handle.
Plug in, place handle on charger
x2
New brush heads
Blinks if battery low
BRUSHING WITH THE SONICARE
Choose brushing power mode
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Choose mode
Press the brushing power mode
button when the Sonicare is
off to change modes. The two
modes provide gentle, yet effective
cleaning that’s right for different
ages. The mode cannot be
changed during brushing.
Low
power,
4+ years
High
power,
7+ years
The KidTimer feature sets
brushing time for the different
modes. High power mode
uses 30-second intervals for
the full dentist-recommended
2 minutes of brushing.
In low power mode, brushing
duration slowly increases
from 1 minute to 2. This helps
young children gradually reach
2 minutes of brushing. Time
increases every time a full
brushing cycle is completed.
Prepare to brush your teeth
Low power mode
(4+ years)
Place the
bristles against
the teeth at
a slight angle
towards the
gumline.
Brushing power
mode button
Wet bristles
High power mode
(7+ years)
Apply toothpaste
Place against teeth
F
Turn power on
During brushing, the KidPacer feature
uses a few musical notes to alert the child
to move to the next brushing section of
the mouth. Instruct your child to move
to a different section after each set of
notes. At the end of the brushing cycle,
a congratulatory tune will play and the
toothbrush will automatically turn off.
Brush evenly throughout the mouth in four sections
Charger with
brush head
holder
Outside upper
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Inside upper
Outside lower
Inside lower
Do not scrub teeth, but gently glide the brush
head slowly across the teeth. Apply light pressure
to let the Sonicare do the brushing for you. You
may press the on/off button to pause for up
to 20 seconds without starting the cycle over.
When finished, spend additional time brushing
the chewing surfaces of your teeth, if desired. You
may also brush your tongue.
DANGERS
To reduce the risk of electrocution:
-- Do not place or store product where it can fall or be pulled
into a tub or sink.
-- Do not place in or drop into water or other liquid.
-- Do not reach for a product that has fallen into water.
Unplug immediately.
-- Do not use while bathing.
WARNINGS
To reduce the risk of burns, electrocution, fire or injury to
persons:
-- Discontinue use if this product appears damaged in any
way (brush head, handle, charger). This product contains no
serviceable parts. Refer to ‘Guarantee and Service’ if your
Sonicare no longer works properly or needs repair.
-- Never use the charger if it has a damaged cord or plug.
-- Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
-- Do not use the charger outdoors.
-- Do not use the charger if dropped into water.
-- This product is designed to clean your teeth, gums and
tongue only. Use this product only for its intended use as
described in this booklet. Discontinue use of this product
and contact a physician/dentist if discomfort or pain is
experienced.
-- This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including
children) with reduced physical, sensory 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 use attachments other than those recommended by
the manufacturer.
-- If your toothpaste contains peroxide, baking soda or
bicarbonate (common in whitening toothpastes), thoroughly
clean the brush head with soap and water after each use.
This prevents possible cracking of the plastic.
MEDICAL WARNINGS
-- Consult your dental professional before you use this
product if you have had oral or gum surgery in the previous
2 months.
-- Contact your dental professional if excessive bleeding
occurs after using this product or bleeding continues to
occur after 1 week of use.
-- If you have a pacemaker or other implanted device, contact
your physician or the device manufacturer prior to use.
-- Sonicare has been tested and is compliant with safety
standards for electromagnetic devices.
-- Consult your physician prior to using the Sonicare if you
have medical concerns.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
GETTING USED TO YOUR SONICARE
CLEANING THE SONICARE
Sonic power gently increases
Clean brush head, handle, and charger when needed
100%
Easy-start ramp-up
The Sonicare may feel ticklish upon first
use. To help your child ease into the
Sonicare experience, the Easy-start
feature will gradually increase the sonic
power over the first 14 brushings (both
high and low modes). Brushing must last
at least 1 minute to properly advance
through this ramp-up cycle.
Handle on charger
Do not use
sharp objects
to clean.
Remove head
Rinse connection
Rinse metal shaft
Use damp cloth
Unplug charger
Use damp cloth
Clean/reuse interchangeable panel when needed
Ramp-up cycle may be deactivated
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GUARANTEE AND SERVICE
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Push and hold the on/off
button for 2 seconds. 1
beep indicates the Easy-start
feature has been deactivated;
2 beeps indicates the feature
has been reactivated.
Hold 2 seconds
Storing
F
Remove panel
Rinse
Air dry
Apply
Reapply the panel or apply
a different panel. The
adhesive backing stays
active through multiple
cleanings, so panels may
be removed and reapplied
multiple times.
If the Sonicare will not
be used for an extended
period of time, unplug the
charger, clean the product,
and store it in a cool, dry
place away from direct
sunlight.
Philips guarantees its products for 2 years after the date of
purchase.
Defects due to faulty materials and workmanship will be repaired
or replaced at Philips expense provided that convincing proof of
purchase in the qualifying period is provided.
Contact our Customer Service Center at 1-800-682-7664 (North
America), outside North America contact your local Philips
Customer Care Center.
WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS
What is not covered under warranty:
-- Brush heads
-- Interchangeable panels
-- Damage caused by misuse, abuse, neglect, alterations or
unauthorized repair
-- Normal wear and tear, including chips, scratches, abrasions,
discoloration or fading
IMPLIED WARRANTIES
SUPPORT
If you have additional questions about your product or require product
support, please contact one of the following:
North America:
1-800-682-7664
www.sonicare.com
Philips Oral Healthcare, Inc.
35301 SE Center Street
Snoqualmie WA 98065
U.S.A.
Outside North America:
+1-425-396-2000
www.philips.com
DISPOSING OR RECYCLING AT END OF PRODUCT LIFE
The Sonicare battery and the environment
The rechargeable battery inside your Sonicare cannot be replaced, but it is easy to remove for recycling. Like any
rechargeable battery, it contains substances that may pollute the environment if discarded with regular household waste.
At the end of the toothbrush’s life, always remove the battery before you discard the toothbrush, and recycle or dispose
of the battery according to local waste management requirements. If you have any recycling questions, contact your local
waste management office.
Removing and recycling the battery
Please note that this process
is not reversible. Only remove
the battery at the end of the
toothbrush’s life. Doing so earlier
will destroy the product. Observe
basic safety precautions.
Insert the
screwdriver into
the gap and pry
the bottom cap
out of the handle.
Insert a flat-head screwdriver
into the slot located at the
bottom of the handle. Turn
counterclockwise until
you see a gap between the
bottom cap and the handle.
Twist screwdriver
Pry bottom cap
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE
DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTIES SET FORTH
ABOVE. IN SOME STATES LIMITATIOINS ON DURATION OF
IMPLIED WARRANTIES DO NOT APPLY.
LIMITATION OF REMEDIES
IN NO EVENT SHALL PHILIPS OR ANY OF ITS AFFILIATED
OR SUBSIDIARY COMPANIES BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES BASED
UPON BREACH OF WARRANTY, BREACH OF CONTRACT,
NEGLIGENCE, TORT, OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY. SUCH
DAMAGES INCLUDE, WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOSS OF
SAVINGS OR REVENUE; LOSS OF PROFIT; LOSS OF USE;
THE CLAIMS OF THIRD PARTIES INCLUDING, WITHOUT
LIMITATION, DENTISTS AND DENTAL HYGIENISTS; AND
COST OF ANY SUBSTITUTE EQUIPMENT OR SERVICES. SOME
STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION
OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
Removing and recycling the battery (continued)
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Printed in the U.S.A.
Printed on 100% Recycled Paper.
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Push on shaft
Hold the handle
upside down
and push down
on the shaft
to release
the internal
components of
the handle.
Pry out battery
Insert the screwdriver
under the circuit
board and twist to
break the connections.
Remove the circuit
board and pry the
battery from the
plastic carrier.
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Recycle/dispose properly
For additional information: www.Sonicare.com
Recycle or dispose of
the battery properly.
Ask your local waste
management office
if they accept the
remaining Sonicare
components for
recycling.
Clinical studies are performed for 2 minutes with the Sonicare
For Kids fully charged and the Easy-start feature deactivated.
© 2009 Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV (KPENV). All rights reserved.
PHILIPS and the Philips shield are registered trademarks of KPENV.
Easy-start, Sonicare and the Sonicare logo are trademarks of Philips Oral
Healthcare, Inc. and/or KPENV.
Protected by U.S. and international patents.
Other patents pending.
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