Philips SP9860 manual

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  • Brand: Philips
  • Product: Razor
  • Model/name: SP9860
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Romanian, English, French

Table of Contents

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English
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 features of this shaver as
well as some tips to make shaving easier and more
enjoyable.
General description (Fig. 1)
1 Supply unit
2 USB plug
3 Qi charging pad
4 Pouch
5 Notification symbol
6 Cleaning reminder
7 Replacement reminder
8 Travel lock symbol
9 Battery charge indicator
10 Battery charge percentage
11 Personal comfort settings bar
12 Personal comfort settings increase button
13 Personal comfort settings decrease button
14 On/off button
15 Shaving unit with hair chamber
16 Click-on precision trimmer attachment
The accessories supplied may vary for different
products. The box shows the accessories that have
been supplied with your appliance.
Important safety information
Read this important information carefully before
you use the appliance and its accessories and save
it for future reference. The accessories supplied
may vary for different products.
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Danger
- Keep the supply unit dry.
Warning
- The appliance is a Class III
construction.
- To charge the battery, only use
the detachable supply unit and
charging pad (supply unit, type
HQ87. Charging pad, type
HQ8509 or HQ8510) provided
with the appliance.
- Do not use an USB extension
cord.
- Children shall not play with the
appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made
by children without supervision.
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- Always check the appliance and
its attachments before you use
it. Do not use the appliance or
its attachments if it is damaged,
as this may cause injury. Always
replace a damaged part with
one of the original type.
- Do not open the appliance to
replace the rechargeable
battery.
- The charging pad is not
intended for use in a car. It may
interfere with the automotive
electronic systems.
Caution
- Never immerse the charging pad in water,
nor rinse it under the tap.
- Always make sure the charging pad is
completely dry before you connect it to the
wall socket.
- Never use water hotter than 60°C to rinse
the shaver.
- Only use this appliance for its intended
purpose as shown in the user manual.
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- For safety reasons, do not use the shaver
while you drive a car.
- For hygienic reasons, the appliance should
only be used by one person.
- Never use compressed air, scouring pads,
abrasive cleaning agents or aggressive
liquids such as petrol or acetone to clean
the appliance.
- Do not put the appliance or any part in the
dishwasher.
- Water may trickle out of the shaver after you
rinse it. This is normal and not dangerous
because all electronics are enclosed in a
sealed power unit inside the shaver.
- Do not use the supply unit in or near wall
sockets that contain an electric air freshener
to prevent irreparable damage to the supply
unit.
- Do not use the appliance on chapped skin,
open wounds, healing wounds, skin
recovering from surgery or if you suffer from
a skin disease or skin irritation, such as
severe acne, sunburn, skin infection, skin
cancer, inflammation, eczema, psoriasis,
nylon allergy etc.
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- Do not use the appliance if you are taking
steroid-based medication.
- If you wear piercings on your face, remove
the piercings before you use the click-on
attachments or make sure that you do not
use the appliance on or near the piercing.
- If you wear jewelry, contact lenses or
glasses, remove them before you use the
click-on attachments, or make sure that you
do not use the appliance on or near jewelry
or glasses.
Electromagnetic fields (EMF)
This Philips appliance complies with all applicable
standards and regulations regarding exposure to
electromagnetic fields.
General
- This shaver is waterproof. It is suitable for use in
the bath or shower and for cleaning under the
tap.
- The supply unit is suitable for mains voltages
ranging from 100 to 240 volts.
- The supply unit transforms 100-240 volts to a
safe low voltage of less than 24 volts.
The display
Note: Remove any sticker or protective foil from
the display before using the product.
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Charging
When the shaver is charging, the ring on the pad
lights up and the battery charge indicator on the
shaver flashes white.
The battery charge is indicated by the battery
charge percentage flashing on the display, which is
shown when the shaver is moved.
Quick charge: After approx. 18 minutes charging,
the appliance contains enough energy for one
shave.
Battery fully charged
When the battery is fully charged, the battery
charge indicator and the ring on the pad light up
white continuously.
Note: Both lights switch off automatically after 15
minutes.
The battery charge percentage lights up white
continuously, which is shown when the shaver is
moved.
Battery low
When the battery is almost empty, the battery
charge indicator flashes orange and the shaver
beeps. At this point there is enough energy left for
one shave..
Remaining battery charge
The remaining battery charge is indicated by the
battery charge percentage shown on the display.
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Personal comfort settings
The shaver has a feature that allows you to
personalize your settings. Depending on your
personal shaving needs, choose between three
settings, from low to high: comfort, dynamic or
efficiency. When you press the button on the left
or right of the display, the segment of the personal
comfort settings bar lights up to indicate the
selected setting. To select a lower or higher setting,
press the button on the left or right of the display.
Cleaning reminder
Clean the shaver after every use for optimal
performance (see 'Cleaning and maintenance').
When you switch off the shaver, the cleaning
reminder flashes to remind you to clean the
shaver.
Travel lock
3 sec.
When you are going to travel, you can lock the
shaver to prevent it from accidentally turning on.
Replacement reminder
For maximum shaving performance, replace the
shaving heads every two years. The shaver is
equipped with a replacement reminder which
reminds you to replace the shaving heads. The
shaver beeps, the replacement reminder lights up
and the arrows flash to indicate that you have to
replace the shaving heads.
Note: After replacing the shaving heads, you can
reset the replacement reminder by pressing the
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on/off button for 7 seconds. If you do not reset the
replacement reminder, the shaver resets
automatically after 9 shaves.
Notification symbol
Overheating
If the shaver overheats during charging, the
notification symbol flashes. When this happens,
the shaver stops charging automatically. Charging
continues once the temperature of the shaver has
decreased to the normal level after approx. 10
minutes.
Blocked shaving heads
If the shaving heads are blocked, the notification
symbol lights up red continuously. The
replacement reminder and the cleaning reminder
alternately flash white and the shaver beeps. In
this case, the motor cannot run because the
shaving heads are dirty or damaged. If the shaving
heads are dirty, you have to clean them. If the
shaving heads are damaged, you have to replace
them.
Foreign object on Qi charging pad
If there is a foreign (metal) object on the Qi
charging pad during charging, the notification
symbol on the Qi charging pad lights up. The Qi
charging pad switches off automatically and
restarts 5 minutes after the foreign object has
been removed.
Do not place any foreign (metal) objects on the Qi
charging pad. Only use the Qi charging pad to
charge the shaver or another device (e.g.
smartphone) compliant with Qi charging.
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Charging
Charge the shaver before you use it for the first
time and when the display indicates that the
battery is almost empty.
Charging takes approx. 3 hours. A fully charged
shaver has a shaving time of up to 60 minutes.
Note: You cannot use the shaver while it is
charging.
Quick charge
After approx. 18 minutes of charging the shaver
contains enough power for one shave.
Charging with the Qi charging pad
Note: The charging pad is Qi compliant. Only
charge the Qi compatible shaver or other Qi
charging compliant appliances on the Qi charging
pad provided.
Note: Carefully shake off excess water before
placing the shaver on the Qi pad.
1 Put the USB plug in the supply unit supplied.
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2 Put the supply unit in the wall socket.
3 Place the shaver on the cross mark of the Qi
charging pad. Make sure the shaver fits into the
cavity of the Qi charging pad.
Only charge the shaver on the provided Qi
charging pad.
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- The Qi charging pad beeps and the ring on the
pad lights up when the shaver is correctly
placed and connected for charging.
- When the shaver is charging, the ring on the
pad lights up and the battery charge indicator
on the shaver flashes white. The battery charge
is indicated by the battery charge percentage
flashing on the display, which is shown when
the shaver is moved.
4 When the battery is fully charged, the battery
charge indicator and the ring on the pad light
up white continuously. Both lights switch off
automatically after 15 minutes.
Using the shaver
Always check the shaver and all accessories
before use. Do not use the shaver or any
accessory if it is damaged, as this may cause
injury. Always replace a damaged part with one of
the original type.
This symbol indicates that the shaver can be used
in the bath or shower.
- Use this shaver for its intended household use
as described in this manual.
- For hygienic reasons, the shaver should only be
used by one person.
- Trimming is easier when the skin and hair are
dry.
Note: This shaver is waterproof. It is suitable for
use in the bath or shower and for cleaning under
the tap. For safety reasons, the shaver can
therefore only be used without charging cord.
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Switching the shaver on and off
1 To switch on the shaver, press the on/off
button once.
The battery charge percentage lights up for a
few seconds.
2 To switch off the shaver, press the on/off
button once.
The battery charge percentage lights up for a
few seconds and shows the remaining battery
charge.
Shaving
Skin adaptation period
Your first shaves may not bring you the result you
expect and your skin may even become slightly
irritated. This is normal. Your skin and beard need
time to adapt to any new shaving system. To allow
your skin to adapt to this new appliance, we advise
you to shave regularly (at least 3 times a week) and
exclusively with this appliance for a period of 3
weeks.
Shaving tips
- For the best results on skin comfort, pre-trim
your beard if you have not shaved for 3 days or
longer.
- Select your personal comfort setting (see
'Personal comfort settings').
Dry shaving
1 Switch on the shaver.
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2 Move the shaving heads over your skin in
circular movements to catch all hairs growing in
different directions. Make sure each shaving
head is fully in contact with the skin. Exert
gentle pressure for a close, comfortable shave.
Note: Do not press too hard, this can cause skin
irritation.
3 Switch off and clean the shaver after each use.
The display lights up for a few seconds to show
the remaining battery charge.
Wet shaving
For a more comfortable shave, you can also use
this shaver on a wet face with shaving foam or
shaving gel.
1 Apply some water to your skin.
2 Apply shaving foam or shaving gel to your skin.
3 Rinse the shaving unit under the tap to ensure
that the shaving unit glides smoothly over your
skin.
4 Switch on the shaver.
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5 Move the shaving heads over your skin in
circular movements to catch all hairs growing in
different directions. Make sure each shaving
head is fully in contact with the skin. Exert
gentle pressure for a close, comfortable shave.
Note: Do not press too hard, this can cause skin
irritation.
Note: Rinse the shaving unit regularly to ensure
that it continues to glide smoothly over your
skin.
6 Dry your face.
7 Switch off the shaver and clean it after each
use.
Note: Make sure that you rinse all foam or shaving
gel off the shaver.
Using click-on attachments
Removing or attaching click-on attachments
1 Make sure the shaver is switched off.
2 Pull the attachment straight off the shaver.
Note: Do not twist the attachment while you
pull it off the shaver.
3 Insert the lug of the attachment into the slot in
the top of the shaver. Then press down the
attachment to attach it to the shaver(‘click’).
Using the precision trimmer attachment
You can use the precision trimmer attachment to
touch up your beard, sideburns and moustache.
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1 Attach the attachment to the appliance (‘click’).
2 Switch on the appliance.
3 Hold the precision trimmer perpendicular to the
skin and move it downwards while exerting
gentle pressure.
4 Switch off the appliance and clean the
attachment after use (see 'Deactivating the
travel lock').
Travel lock
You can lock the shaver when you are going to
travel to prevent it from turning on accidentally.
Activating the travel lock
1 Press the on/off button for 3 seconds to enter
the travel lock mode.
3 sec.
While you activate the travel lock, the travel lock
symbol lights up briefly and the shaver
produces a short sound. When the travel lock is
activated, the travel lock symbol flashes.
If you try to switch on the shaver while the
travel lock is active, the travel lock symbol
flashes.
Deactivating the travel lock
1 Press the on/off button for 3 seconds.
While you deactivate the travel lock, the travel
lock symbol lights up briefly and the shaver
produces a short sound. The shaver switches on
and is now ready for use again.
Note: The shaver unlocks automatically when it
is placed on the Qi charging pad.
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Cleaning and maintenance
Regular cleaning guarantees better shaving
results.
Never clean, remove or replace the shaving
unit while the shaver is switched on.
Do not apply pressure to shaving head guards.
Do not touch shaving heads with hard objects
as this may dent or damage the precision-
made slotted guards.
Do not use abrasives, scourers or aggressive
liquids such as petrol or acetone to clean the
shaver.
Cleaning the shaver under the tap
Clean the shaver after every shave for optimal
performance.
Always check if the water is too hot, to prevent
burning your hands.
Never dry the shaving unit with a towel or tissue,
as this may damage the shaving heads.
While rinsing the shaving unit, water may drip out
of the bottom of the shaver. This is a normal
occurrence.
1 Switch on the shaver.
2 Rinse the shaving unit under a warm tap.
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3 Switch off the shaver. Pull the shaving head
holder off the bottom part of the shaving unit.
4 Rinse the hair chamber and shaving head
holder under the tap.
While rinsing the shaving unit, water may drip
out of the bottom of the shaver. This is a normal
occurrence.
5 Carefully shake off excess water and let the
shaving head holder air-dry completely.
6 Attach the shaving head holder to the bottom
part of the shaving unit (‘click’).
Thorough cleaning
We advise you to clean the shaving heads
thoroughly once a month or when the shaver does
not shave as well as it used to.
1 Switch off the shaver.
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2 Pull the shaving head holder off the bottom
part of the shaving unit.
3 Rinse the hair chamber and shaving head
holder under the tap.
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4 Turn the retaining ring anticlockwise and lift it
off the shaving head.
Repeat this process for the other retaining rings.
Place them aside in a safe place.
5 Remove the shaving heads from the shaving
head holder. Each shaving head consists of a
cutter and guard.
Note: Do not clean more than one cutter and
guard at a time, since they are all matching sets.
If you accidentally put a cutter in the wrong
shaving guard, it may take several weeks before
optimal shaving performance is restored.
6 Clean the cutter and guard under the tap.
7 Shake off excess water.
8 Put the cutter back into the guard.
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9 Place the shaving heads in the shaving head
holder.
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11 Align the arrows on the retaining ring with the
projections in the shaving head holder. Turn the
ring clockwise until it clicks to indicate that the
ring is fixed.
12 Attach the shaving head holder to the bottom
part of the shaving unit (‘click’).
Cleaning the trimmer attachment
Never dry the trimmer with a towel or tissue, as
this may damage the trimming teeth.
Clean the trimmer attachment after each use.
1 Switch on the appliance with the precision
trimmer attachment attached.
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2 Rinse the attachment under a warm tap.
3 After cleaning, switch off the appliance.
4 Carefully shake off excess water and let the
attachment air-dry completely.
Tip: For optimal performance, lubricate the teeth
of the attachment with a drop of sewing machine
oil regularly.
Replacement
Replacing the shaving heads
For maximum shaving performance, we advise you
to replace the shaving heads every two years.
Replace damaged shaving heads immediately.
2yrs
Always replace the shaving heads with original
Philips shaving heads (see 'Ordering accessories').
Replacement reminder
The replacement reminder indicates that the
shaving heads need to be replaced. The shaving
unit symbol lights up continuously, the arrows
flash white and you hear a beep when you switch
the shaver on or off.
1 Switch off the shaver. Pull the shaving head
holder off the bottom part of the shaving unit.
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2 Discard the old shaving head holder and attach
the new shaving head holder to the bottom
part of the shaving unit (‘click’).
7 sec.
3 After replacing the shaving heads, you can reset
the replacement reminder by pressing the
on/off button for 7 seconds. Wait until your
hear 3 beeps.
If you do not reset the replacement reminder,
the shaver resets automatically after 9 shaves.
Storage
Store the shaver in the pouch.
Note: Always let the shaver dry completely before
you store it in the pouch.
Ordering accessories
To buy accessories or spare parts, visit
www.shop.philips.com/service or go to your
Philips dealer. You can also contact the Philips
Consumer Care Center in your country (see the
international warranty leaflet for contact details).
The following accessories and spare parts are
available:
- SH98 Philips shaving heads
- HQ110 Philips shaving head cleaning spray
- RQ111 Philips beard styler attachment
- RQ585 Philips cleansing brush attachment
- RQ560 Philips cleansing brush attachment
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- RQ563 Philips cleansing brush attachment
3-pack
- HQ87 USB supply unit
- HQ8509, HQ8510 Qi charging pad
Note: The availability of the accessories may differ
by country.
Disposal
- This product contains a rechargeable lithium-
ion battery which must be disposed of properly.
- Contact your local town or city officials for
battery disposal information. You can also call
888-224-9764 or visit www.call2recycle.ca for
battery drop-off locations.
- For assistance, visit our website
www.philips.com/support or call
1-800-243-3050 toll free.
- Your product is designed and manufactured
with high quality materials and components,
which can be recycled and reused. For recycling
information, please contact your local waste
management facilities or visit
www.recycle.philips.com.
Removing the rechargeable shaver battery
Only remove the rechargeable battery when
you discard the shaver. Before you remove
the battery, make sure that the shaver is
disconnected from the wall socket and that
the battery is completely empty.
Take any necessary safety precautions
when you handle tools to open the shaver
and when you dispose of the rechargeable
battery.
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1 Remove the click-on attachment from the
appliance.
2 On top of the appliance insert a screwdriver
between the black cylinder and silver ring. Force
the silver ring up off the appliance and remove
the top panel.
3 Unscrew the two screws and remove the frame.
4 Remove the two back black covers and slide
the front housing off the appliance.
5 Unscrew the two screws at the top of the inner
panel.
6 Place a screwdriver between the lips of the
inner panel and bend them aside. Then remove
the inner panel.
7 Lift out the printed circuit board with the
rechargeable battery.
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8 Bend the battery tags aside with a screwdriver.
9 Remove the rechargeable battery.
Warranty and support
If you need information or support, please
www.philips.com/support or call toll free:
1-866-800-9311. To locate the nearest Philips
warranty depot, visit our website www.philips.com.
Guarantee restrictions
- Philips Consumer Lifestyle warrants its products
for a period of two years after the date of
purchase. If any defect due to faulty materials
and workmanship occurs within this two-year
warranty period, Philips Consumer Lifestyle will
repair or replace the product at its expense.
- Philips Consumer Lifestyle will only pay for
repair or replacement if convincing proof is
provided, for instance by means of a receipt,
that the day on which service is claimed is
within the guarantee period. Parts that are
subject to wear (such as cutting units and
shaving heads) are not covered by the terms of
the international guarantee.
- The guarantee is not valid if a defect is due to
damage caused by incorrect use, poor
maintenance (e.g. parts blocked by scale) or if
alterations or repairs have been carried out by
persons not authorized by Philips Consumer
Lifestyle.
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- For the appliance to be used correctly, the user
should strictly adhere to all instructions
included in the user manual and should abstain
from any actions or uses that are described as
undesired or which are warned against in the
user manual.
- These warranty restrictions do not affect your
statutory rights.
Troubleshooting
This chapter summarizes the most common
problems you could encounter with the appliance.
If you are unable to solve the problem with the
information below, visit www.philips.com/support
for a list of frequently asked questions or contact
the Consumer Care Center in your country.
Shaver
Problem Possible cause Solution
The appliance
does not work
when I press the
on/off button.
The appliance is still
placed on the Qi
charging pad.
Remove the appliance
from the Qi charging pad
and press the on/off
button to switch on the
appliance.
The rechargeable
battery is empty.
Recharge the battery
(see 'Charging').
The travel lock is
activated.
Press the on/off button
for 3 seconds to
deactivate the travel lock.
The shaving unit is
soiled or damaged
to such an extent
that the motor
cannot run.
Clean the shaving heads
thoroughly or replace
them.
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Problem Possible cause Solution
The appliance do
es not shave as
well as it used to.
The shaving heads
are damaged or
worn.
Replace the shaving
heads (see
'Replacement').
Hairs or dirt obstruct
the shaving heads.
Clean the shaving heads
in the regular way or
clean them thoroughly.
I replaced the
shaving heads,
but the display
still shows the
replacement
reminder.
You have not reset
the appliance.
Reset the appliance by
pressing the on/off
button for approx. 7
seconds.
A shaving unit
symbol has
suddenly
appeared on the
display.
This symbol reminds
you to replace the
shaving heads.
Replace the shaving
heads (see
'Replacement').
The notification
symbol flashes
and the shaver
beeps while the
shaver is charging.
The appliance is
overheated.
When this happens, the
shaver stops charging
automatically. Charging
continues once the
temperature of the
shaver has decreased to
the normal level after
approx. 10 minutes.
The notification
symbol flashes
and the shaver
beeps when I try
to shave.
The shaving heads
are soiled.
Clean the shaving heads
(see 'Cleaning and
maintenance').
The notification
symbol flashes
and the shaver
beeps after
cleaning the
shaving heads.
The shaving heads
are damaged.
Replace the shaving
heads (see
'Replacement').
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Problem Possible cause Solution
Water is leaking
from the bottom
of the appliance.
During cleaning,
water may collect
between the inner
body and the outer
shell of the
appliance.
This is normal and not
dangerous because all
electronics are enclosed
in a sealed power unit
inside the appliance.
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