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  • Brand: Casio
  • Product: Barcode readers
  • Model/name: Cassiopeia IT-10 M30BR
  • Filetype: PDF
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Table of Contents

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Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips!
To fully benefit from the support that Philips offers, register your product
at www.philips.com/welcome.
Please read this user manual, as it contains information about the wonderful
features of this shaver as well as some tips to make shaving easier
and more enjoyable.
General description (Fig. 1)
1	 Protection cap
2	 Shaving unit
3	 Shaving unit release button
4	 Shaver on/off button
5	 Shaving head symbol
6	 Charging light
7	 Charging stand (PT866*/PT739*)
8	 Pouch (PT866*)
9	Adapter
10	 Cleaning brush
11	 Trimmer release slide (PT919/PT866/PT860/PT845/PT739/PT737/
PT731 only)
12	 Trimmer (PT919/PT866/PT860/PT845/PT739/PT737/PT731 only)
Note:You can find the type number on the back of the shaver. 
* only for UK, Holland, Germany, France,Turkey, Sweden, Finland, Norwegia,
Denmark, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Greece.
Important
Read this user manual carefully before you use the appliance and save it for
future reference.
Danger
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- Keep the adapter dry.
Warning
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- The adapter contains a transformer. Do not cut off the adapter to
replace it with another plug, as this causes a hazardous situation.
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- The 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.
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- Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with
the appliance.
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- Always unplug the shaver before you clean it under the tap.
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Caution
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- Never immerse the shaver in water.
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- Do not use the shaver in the bath or in the shower.
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- Never use water hotter than 80°C to rinse the shaver.
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- Be careful with hot water.Always check if the water is not too hot,
to prevent your hands from getting burnt.
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- The shaver is not dishwasher-proof.
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- Water may leak from the socket at the bottom of the shaver when you
rinse it.This is normal and not dangerous because all electronics are
enclosed in a sealed power unit inside the shaver.
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- Do not use the shaver, adapter or any other part if it is damaged, as this
may cause injury.Always replace a damaged adapter, charger or part
with one of the original type.
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- Use, charge and store the appliance at a temperature between 10°C
and 35°C.
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- Always place and use the shaver on a surface that is fluid-resistant.
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- Only use the adapter, charger and accessories supplied.
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- Always put the protection cap on the shaver to prevent damage and
to avoid dirt accumulation in the shaving heads.
Compliance with standards
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- This Philips appliance complies with all standards and regulations
regarding exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) and can be safely
cleaned under the tap.
General
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- The appliance is equipped with an automatic voltage selector and is
suitable for mains voltages ranging from 100 to 240 volts.
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- The adapter transforms 100-240 volts to a safe low voltage of less than
24 volts.
Charging
PT919/PT866/PT860: It takes approx. 1 hour to fully charge the shaver.
PT845/PT739/PT737/PT731/PT730/PT727/PT726/PT725/PT721/PT720:
It takes approx. 8 hours to fully charge the shaver.
When you charge the shaver for the first time or after a long period of
disuse, let it charge until the charging light lights up continuously.
A fully charged shaver provides up to 50 (PT919/PT866/PT860) or up to
45 shaving minutes (PT845/PT739/PT737/PT731/PT730/PT727/PT726/
PT725/PT721/PT720).
The shaving time may be less than 50 (PT919/PT866/PT860) or 45 shaving
minutes (PT845/PT739/PT737/PT731/PT730/PT727/PT726/PT725/PT721/
PT720) as a result of your shaving behaviour, your cleaning habits or your
beard type.
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Charge indications
Battery low
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- When the battery is almost empty (when there are only 5 or fewer
shaving minutes left), the charging light starts to flash orange.
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- When you switch off the shaver, the charging light continues to flash
orange for a few seconds.
Quick charging
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- When you start charging the empty battery, the charging light
alternately flashes orange and green.After approx. 3 minutes, the
charging light continues to flash green. The shaver now contains enough
energy for a 5-minute shave.
Charging
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- When the shaver is charging, the charging light flashes green.
Battery fully charged
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- When the battery is fully charged, the charging light lights up green
continuously.
Note:After approx. 30 minutes, the charging light goes out to save energy.
Charging with the adapter
	1		Put the small plug in the shaver.
	2		Put the adapter in the wall socket.
,
, The charging light shows the charging status of the shaver
(see section ‘Charge indications’ in this chapter).
Charging in the charging stand (PT866/PT739 only)
	1		Put the small plug in the charging stand.
	2		Put the adapter in the wall socket.
	3		Place the shaver in the charging stand.
,
, The charging light shows the charging status of the shaver
(see section ‘Charge indications’ in this chapter).
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Using the shaver
Note:You can also use the shaver directly from the mains. Simply connect the
shaver to the mains.
Shaving
	1		Press the on/off button once to switch on the shaver.
	2		Move the shaving heads over your skin. Make circular movements.
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- Your skin may need 2 or 3 weeks to get accustomed to the Philips
shaving system.
	3		Press the on/off button once to switch off the shaver.
	4		Clean the shaver (see chapter ‘Cleaning and maintenance’).
Trimming (PT919/PT866/PT860/PT845/PT739/PT737/PT731 only)
You can use the trimmer to groom your sideburns and moustache.
	1		Press the on/off button once to switch on the shaver.
	2		Push the trimmer slide downwards to open the trimmer.
,
, You can now start trimming.
	3		After trimming, close the trimmer and switch off the shaver.
Cleaning and maintenance
Never use compressed air, scouring pads, abrasive cleaning agents or
aggressive liquids such as petrol or acetone to clean the appliance.
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- Clean the shaver after every shave for optimal shaving performance.
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- Regular cleaning guarantees better shaving performance.
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- For the best cleaning results, we advise you to use the Philips Cleaning
spray (HQ110).
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- Be careful with hot water.Always check if the water is not too hot,
to prevent your hands from getting burnt.
Note:Water may leak from the socket at the bottom of the shaver when you
rinse it.This is normal and not dangerous because all electronics are enclosed
in a sealed power unit inside the shaver.
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Cleaning the shaving unit under the tap
	1		Switch off the shaver and disconnect it from the mains.
	2		Press the release button to open the shaving unit.
	3		Rinse the shaving unit and hair chamber under a hot tap for
30 seconds.
Be careful with hot water.Always check if the water is not too hot,
to prevent your hands from getting burnt.
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- Rinse the hair chamber and the inside of the shaving unit.
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- Rinse the outside of the shaving unit.
	4		Close the shaving unit and shake off excess water.
Be careful not to hit the shaving unit against anything while shaking off
excess water.
Never dry the shaving unit and the hair chamber with a towel or tissue,
as this may damage the shaving heads and the coupling spindles.
	5		Open the shaving unit again and leave it open to let the shaver dry
completely.
Cleaning the shaving unit with the cleaning brush
	1		Switch off the shaver and disconnect it from the mains.
	2		Press the release button to open the shaving unit.
	3		Pull the shaving unit off the shaver.
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	4		Turn the lock anticlockwise (A) and remove the retaining frame (B).
	5		Remove and clean one shaving head at a time. Each shaving head
consists of a cutter and a guard.
Note: Do not clean more than one cutter and guard at a time, since they are
all matching sets. If you accidentally mix up the cutters and guards, it may take
several weeks before optimal shaving performance is restored.
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- Remove the cutter from the shaving guard and clean it with the brush.
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- Clean the inside and outside of the shaving guard with the brush.
	6		Put the shaving heads back into the shaving unit.
Note: Make sure that the projections of the shaving heads fit exactly into
the recesses.
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	7		Put the retaining frame back into the shaving unit (A) and turn the
lock clockwise (B).
	8		Insert the lug of the shaving unit into the slot in the top of the shaver.
Then close the shaving unit.
Note: If the shaving unit does not close smoothly, check if you have inserted
the shaving heads properly and if the retaining frame is locked.
Cleaning the trimmer with the cleaning brush (PT919/PT866/
PT860/PT845/PT739/PT737/PT731 only)
Clean the trimmer every time you have used it.
	1		Switch off the shaver and disconnect it from the mains.
	2		Push the trimmer slide downwards to open the trimmer.
	3		Clean the trimmer with the short-bristled side of the cleaning brush.
Brush up and down along the trimmer teeth.
	4		Close the trimmer (‘ click’).
Tip: For optimal trimming performance, lubricate the trimmer teeth with a drop
of sewing machine oil every six months.
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Storage
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- Put the protection cap on the shaver after use to prevent damage and
to avoid dirt accumulation in the shaving heads.
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- PT866 only: Store the appliance and the accessories in the pouch.
Replacement
For maximum shaving performance, we advise you to replace the shaving
heads every two years.
Replacement reminder
The shaving head symbol will light up to indicate that the shaving heads
need to be replaced. Replace damaged shaving heads right away.
Only replace the shaving heads with original HQ8 or HQ9 (PT919 only)
Philips Shaving Heads.
	1		The shaving head symbol lights up orange continuously.
	2		Switch off the shaver. Disconnect the shaver from the mains.
	3		Press the release button to open the shaving unit.
	4		Pull the shaving unit off the shaver.
	5		Turn the lock anticlockwise (A) and remove the retaining frame (B).
	6		Remove the shaving heads and place new ones in the shaving unit.
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Note: Make sure that the projections of the shaving heads fit exactly into the
recesses.
	7		Put the retaining frame back into the shaving unit (A) and turn the
lock clockwise (B).
	8		Insert the lug of the new shaving unit into the slot in the top of the
shaver.Then close the shaving unit.
Note: If the shaving unit does not close smoothly, check if you have inserted
the shaving heads properly and if the retaining frame is locked.
	9		Press and hold the on/off button for 5 seconds to reset the
replacement reminder on the shaver.The orange light goes out.
Accessories
To retain the top performance of your shaver, make sure you clean it
regularly and replace its shaving heads at the recommended time.
Shaving heads
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- We advise you to replace your shaving heads every two years.Always
replace with HQ8 or HQ9 (PT919 only) Philips Shaving Heads
Cleaning
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- Use Cleaning spray (HQ110) to clean the shaving heads thoroughly.
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Environment
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- Do not throw away the appliance with the normal household waste at
the end of their life, but hand them in at an official collection point for
recycling. By doing this, you help to preserve the environment.
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- The built-in rechargeable shaver battery contains substances that
may pollute the environment.Always remove the battery before you
discard or hand in the shaver at an official collection point. Dispose
of the battery at an official collection point for batteries. If you have
trouble removing the battery, you can also take the appliance to a
Philips service centre.The staff of this centre will remove the battery
for you and will dispose of it in an environmentally safe way.
Removing the rechargeable shaver battery
Only remove the rechargeable battery when you discard the shaver.
Make sure the rechargeable battery is completely empty when you
remove it.
	1		Disconnect the shaver from the mains.
	2		Let the shaver run until it stops.
	3		Undo the screws in the back of the shaver and in the hair chamber.
	4		Remove the front panel and the back panel.
	5		Bend the 6 hooks aside and take out the power unit.
Be careful, the hooks are sharp.
	6		Remove the battery.
Be careful, the battery strips are sharp.
Do not connect the shaver to the mains again after you have removed
the rechargeable battery.
Guarantee and support
If you need information or support, please visit www.philips.com/
support or read the separate worldwide guarantee leaflet. If there is no
Consumer Care Centre in your country, go to your local Philips dealer.
Guarantee restrictions
The shaving heads (cutters and guards) are not covered by the terms of
the international guarantee because they are subject to wear.
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Troubleshooting
This chapter summarises the most common problems you could
encounter with the appliance. If you are unable to solve the problem with
the information below, contact the Consumer Care Centre in your country.
Problem Possible cause Solution
The shaver does
not shave as well
as it used to.
The shaving heads are
damaged or worn.
Replace the shaving heads (see chapter
‘Replacement’).
Long hairs obstruct the
shaving heads.
Clean the shaving heads one by one (see chapter
‘Cleaning and maintenance’).
You have not inserted the
shaving heads properly.
Make sure that the projections of the shaving heads
fit exactly into the recesses (see chapter ‘Cleaning
and maintenance’).
The shaver does
not work when I
press the on/off
button.
The rechargeable battery
is empty.
Recharge the battery (see chapter ‘Charging’) or
connect the shaver to the mains.
The temperature of the
shaver is too high. In this
case, the shaver does not
work.
As soon as the temperature of the shaver has
dropped sufficiently, you can switch on the shaver
again.
Water leaks from
the shaver after
cleaning.
This is normal and not
dangerous.
During rinsing some water may collect between
the power unit and the housing.After rinsing this
water flows out through the socket.The power unit
is completely watertight so water cannot reach the
electronic parts of the shaver.Your shaver continues
to be absolutely safe.
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