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LITHIUM POWERED HAIR
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Thank you for buying your new Remington® product.
Before use, please read these instructions carefully and keep them safe. Remove all
packaging before use.
ACAUTION
• Use this appliance only for its intended use as described in this manual. Do not use
attachments not recommended by Remington®
• Do not use this product if it is not working correctly, if it has been dropped or
damaged, or dropped in water.
C KEY FEATURES
1 On / Off Switch
2 Blade set
3 2 attachment guide combs
4 Stubble comb
5 Quick wash release button
6 Hair thinner mechanism
7 Charging Indicator Light
8 Micro USB port
9 Micro USB cable
10 Charging stand
11Adaptor
• 3 year guarantee
C GETTING STARTED
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CHARGING YOUR HAIRCLIPPER
Before using your hairclipper for the first time, charge for 14-16 hours.
Ensure the product is switched off
Connect the charging adaptor to the product and then to the mains. The charging
indicator will light up.
• If the product is not going to be used for an extended period time (2 – 3 months),
unplug it from the mains and store.
• Fully recharge your product when you would like to use it again.
• To preserve the life of your batteries, let them run out every 6 months then recharge
for 4.5 hours.
, CHARGING VIA CHARGING STAND
• Ensure the product is switched off.
• Connect the charging adaptor to the charging stand and then to the mains.
• When charging the LED indicator will illuminate.
• Allow 4.5 hours for a full charge.
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CHARGING VIA STANDARD ELECTRICAL SOCKET
Ensure the product is switched off.
Connect the charging adaptor to the product and then to the mains.
When charging the LED indicator will illuminate.
Allow 4.5 hours for a complete charge.
Quick Charge Time
10
minutes
30
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1
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2
hours
Run Time
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15
30
45
, USB
• Connect your USB cable to the USB port on your power source.
• Connect the USB cable to your appliance.
, CORDED USE
• Connect the charging adaptor to the product then to the mains.
• When the cord is connected to the mains, a digital display will be displayed on the
appliance.
ACAUTION
Extended mains only use will result in the reduction of the battery life.
, WARNING
The appliance can not be operated in corded mode while connected to a PC via the USB port.
, CORDLESS USE
When the unit is switched on and fully charged, the product can be used in cordless mode for
up to 150 minutes.
F HOW TO USE
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BEFORE STARTING THE CUT
Inspect the clipper making sure that it is free from hair and dirt.
Seat the person so that their head is approximately at your eye level.
Before cutting, always comb the hair so it is tangle free and dry.
Comb Position
Short Comb
Long Comb
1
3mm
24mm
2
6mm
27mm
3
9mm
30mm
4
12mm
33mm
5
15mm
36mm
6
18mm
39mm
7
21mm
42mm
, TO ATTACH A COMB
• Hold the comb with its teeth upward
• Slide it onto and along the clipper blade until the front of the comb firmly sits against the
clipper blade.
, TO REMOVE THE COMB
• Holding the clipper with the blades facing away from you, firmly push the comb upward
and away from the blades.
F INSTRUCTIONS FOR HAIR CUTTING
Note: For even cutting, allow the comb attachment/blade to cut its way through the hair. Do not
force it through quickly. If you are cutting for the first time, start with the maximum comb
attachment
STEP 1 – Nape of the neck
• Set the comb to 3mm or 6mm.
• Hold the clipper with the blade teeth pointing upwards. Begin starting at the centre of
the head at the base of the neck.
• Slowly lift the clipper, working upwards and outwards through the hair, trimming just a
little at a time
STEP 2 – Back of the head
• With the comb set at 12mm or 18mm, cut the hair at the back of the head.
STEP 3 – Side of the head
• Set the comb to 3mm or 6mm, trim sideburns. Then change the setting to 9mm and
continue to cut the top of the head.
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STEP 4 – Top of the head
• Use the longer length comb attachment and set it to 24mm or 27mm then cut hair on
top of the head against the direction in which the hair normally grows.
• For longer hair on top, use the longer length comb attachment (24 – 42mm) to achieve
the desired style.
• Always work from the back of the head.
STEP 5 – The finishing touches
• Use the clipper without an attachment comb for close trimming around the base and
sides of the neck.
• To produce a clean straight line at the sideburns, reverse the hair clipper. Place the
reversed clipper at right angles to the head, tips of the blades lightly touching the skin
and then work downwards.
, SHORT TAPERED STYLES – “FLAT TOPS” & SHORT CUTS
• Starting with the longest guide comb attached (24 - 42mm), cut from the back of the
neck to the crown. Hold the guide comb flat against the head and slowly move the
clipper through the hair.
• Use the same procedure from the lower side to the upper side of the head. Then cut the
hair against the direction in which it grows and level with the sides.
• To give a “flat top” look, the hair on top of the head must be cut over the top of a flat
comb.
• Use a closer guide comb to taper the hair down to the neckline as desired.
F HAIR TEXTURE MECHANISM
• Simply adjust the hair texture mechanism by sliding the button at the top of the hair clipper.
• Blending different length areas - Select the proper length guard to blend. Slide out the
hair texture mechanism (guard) which allows you to blend / thin out the area.
• Textured cut – Slide out the hair texture mechanism (guard) to give an all over textured
cut.
F DUAL BOOST SYSTEM
• There are 3 settings for the Dual Boost system: Off, On, Boost.
• If the clipper is set to on, it will run at regular power.
• If the clipper is set to boost, it will provide maximum power.
C CARE FOR YOUR APPLIANCE
Your clipper is fitted with high quality blades.
To ensure long lasting performance of your clipper, clean the blades and unit regularly.
Always keep the attachment guide comb on the trimmer blade.
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AFTER EACH USE
• Ensure the clipper is switched off and disconnected from the mains.
• Brush the accumulated hair from the blades. Do not submerge the clipper in water.
• To clean unit, wipe with damp cloth and dry immediately.
C WASHABLE CLEANING
The QUICK WASH SYSTEM is designed to maximise the efficiency of washable cleaning.
• Click the buttons that are located on the sides of the hair clipper head. The blades will
slide out and the blade set can be easily cleaned under the tap.
• Once the blades are cleaned the blades are locked into place by pushing the blade set
towards the hair clipper head and will snap into place.
• Do not run the entire unit under the tap, only the blade set is meant to be submerged in
water.
Note: Ensure the clipper is turned off when cleaning.
, EVERY SIX MONTHS
• At regular intervals the blade set should be removed and cleaned.
• Remove the 2 screws retaining the fixed blade with a screwdriver. Do not remove blade
set.
• Brush out hairs from between the blades with soft cleaning brush. Do not remove the
lubricating grease from the blades. It is not necessary to remove the small moving blade
from the unit.
• If the moving blade has been removed this can be re-fitted by slotting the coated blade
holder over the pin in the centre of the interior product head. The groove on the coated
blade, just below the teeth, rests on a metal plate at the opposite side to the screw holes.
The fixed blade is fitted with the raised profile pointing outwards and fixed with the 2
screws.
• Note that if the blades are not correctly aligned then cutting efficiency will be impaired.
• Place a few drops of cutter or sewing machine oil onto the blades. Wipe off excess oil.
C CLEANING CAUTIONS
• Only the attachment guide combs and trimmer blade may be removed from the product
for cleaning.
• Cleaning should be done with a soft brush, such as the brush supplied with the product.
• Do not use harsh or corrosive cleaners on the units or their blades.
Replacement parts and accessories available to buy at http://www.remington.co.uk/
parts-accessories
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F IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING – TO REDUCE THE RISK OF BURNS, ELECTROCUTION, FIRE, OR INJURY TO
PERSONS:
• An appliance should never be left unattended when plugged in to a power outlet,
except when charging.
• Keep the power plug and cord away from heated surfaces.
• Make sure the power plug and cord do not get wet.
• Do not plug or unplug the appliance with wet hands.
• Do not use the product with a damaged cord. A replacement can be obtained via our
International Service Centres.
• Do not twist or kink the cable, and don’t wrap it around the appliance.
• Store the product at a temperature between 15°C and 35°C.
• Only use the parts supplied with the appliance.
• The appliance, including its cord, must not be used, played with, cleaned or maintained
by persons under eight years old and should at all times be kept out of their reach.
• Use, cleaning or maintenance of the appliance by children over eight or by anyone with
a lack of knowledge, experience or with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities
should only be undertaken after receiving appropriate instruction and under the
adequate supervision of a responsible adult to ensure that they do so safely and that the
hazards involved are understood and avoided.
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WIRING INSTRUCTIONS UK PLUGS ONLY
T he product doesn’t need an earth.
It has a 13A BS1362 fuse in a 13A BS1363 plug.
To replace the plug, fit the blue wire to N
, and the brown wire to L. Fit the cord grip.
If in doubt, call an electrician.
Don’t use a non-rewireable/moulde
d plug unless the fuse cover is in place.
If you remove the plug, dispose of it.
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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.
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BATTERY REMOVAL
• The battery must be removed from the appliance before it is scrapped.
• The appliance must be disconnected from the supply mains when removing the
battery.
• Ensure the clipper is discharged of all power and disconnected from the mains.
• Lift or pry the USB port cover plate on the bottom of the clipper.
• Lift or pry the deco plate on the lower portion of the clipper and unscrew 1 screw
located on the back housing of the clipper.
• Lift or pry the clipper halves apart, exposing the battery chamber.
• Lift or pry the USB connector and lift or pry the cover plate on the bottom of the
battery chamber.
• Take out the battery and printed circuit board assembly from the battery chamber.
• Cut the tabs on both ends of the battery and remove it from the printed circuit board • The battery is to be disposed of safely.
E SERVICE AND GUARANTEE
T his product has been checked and is free of defects.
We guarantee this product against any defects that are due to faulty material or
workmanship for the guarantee period from the original date of consumer purchase.
If the product should become defective within the guarantee period, we will repair any
such defect or elect to replace the product or any part of it without charge, provided there
is proof of purchase.
This does not mean an extension of the guarantee period.
In the case of a guarantee simply call the Service Centre in your region.
This guarantee is offered over and above your normal statutory rights.
The guarantee shall apply in all countries in which our product was sold via an authorised
dealer.
This guarantee does not include damage to the product by accident or misuse, abuse,
alteration to the product or use inconsistent with the technical and/or safety instructions
required.
This guarantee shall not apply if the product has been dismantled or repaired by a person
not authorised by us.
If you call the Service Centre, please have the Model No. to hand, as we won’t be able to
help you without it.
It’s on the rating plate which can be found on the appliance.
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UNITED KINGDOM
G +44 0800 212 438 (free call)
Customer Service
Spectrum Brands (UK) Ltd
Fir Street, Failsworth, Manchester M35 0HS
12/UK/HC5780 Version 05/12 Part No T22 - 0000483
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
© 2012 SBI
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