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turn the trimmer on (see fig. 7). To smooth off a beard surface, run this blade lightly over the surface.
Cutting of hair
Cut hair to the correct height by moving the trimmer back against the flow of the hair. Cutting around the ears Cut a little, and then gently separate the trimmer from the hair (see fig. 10). Cutting the nape of the neck Bring the trimmer gently away from the hair to finish (see fig. 11). (Do not use the trimmer in an inverted position. This can cut hair too deeply.) Turn off the trimmer (â0â¢chargeâ) before changing the trim height or removing the attachment.
the trimmer and blade, and then place it onto a towel with the âWashableâ indicator facing downward to let it fully dry. (see fig. 15) 4. Apply a few drops of the oil to the points indicated by the arrows. (see fig. 16) 5. Remount the blade on the trimmer body. WARNING: Detach the trimmer from the AC adaptor before cleaning it in water. â¢ If cleaning with brush 1. Remove the blade and brush off the cut hairs from the blade edge. 2. Use the cleaning brush to brush off the cut hairs from the trimmer body and from around the blade. (see fig. 17) 3. Brush the cut hairs out from between the stationary blade and the moving blade. Press down on the lever for cleaning in order to raise the moving blade, and brush the cut hairs out from between the blades. (see fig. 18) 4. Apply a few drops of the oil to the points indicated by the arrows. (see fig. 16) 5. Remount the blade on the trimmer body.
ciency is reduced substantially despite proper maintenance, the blades have exceeded their service life and should be changed. The replacement part no. is WER9602.
Battery life will vary according to the frequency and length of use. If the battery is charged 3 times a month, the service life will be approximately 6 years. If the unit is left without being charged for more than 6 months, the charge will drain from the battery and their service life may be shortened. Therefore, even when not using regularly, it is recommended that the unit be recharged at least once every 6 months.
Hold body of the trimmer with Panasonic mark upwards, place the thumb against the blades, and push them away from the main body. (see fig. 12) â¢ If washing in water 1. Rinse off any hairs that are sticking to the blade in running water. (see fig. 13) 2. Rinse out any hairs that are inside the trimmer with running water. (see fig. 14) 3. Shake the trimmer 4-5 times gently, wipe off any water drops from
For environmental protection and recycling of materials
This trimmer contains Nickel-Metal Hydride battery. Please make sure that the battery is disposed of at an officially assigned location, if there is one in your country. How to remove the built-in rechargeable battery before disposal of the trimmer The battery in this trimmer is not intended to be replaced by consumers. However, the battery may be replaced at an authorized service center. The procedure described be-
low is intended only for removal of the rechargeable battery for the purpose of proper disposal. Always make sure that the battery have been removed from the trimmer before disposing of it. 1. Disconnect the adaptor from the AC outlet, and remove the power cord from the trimmer. 2. Remove the blade from the trimmer. Remove the screw (a) and detach the bottom cover (b). (see fig. 19) 3. Detach the dial cover (c), remove the screw (d) and disconnect the dial (e). 4. Remove the two screws (f). 5. Detach the housing (g), front panel (h) and side panel (i), then remove the trimmer drive rod (j) (see fig. 20). 6. Remove the two screws (k). 7. Remove the two screws (l) and disconnect the rubber push plate (m). (see fig. 21) 8. Remove the screws (n) and disconnect housing (o). 9. Disconnect the battery chamber (p) and remove the battery (q). (see fig. 22)
â¢ Do not charge the trimmer at temperatures below 0Â°C (32Â°F) or above 40Â°C (104Â°F), or where it will be exposed to direct sunlight, or other heat sources. â¢ Do not continue charging for more than 48 hours. Doing so may damage the battery. â¢ Clean the housing only with a soft
Blade life will vary according to the frequency and length of use. For example, using the unit for 10 minutes every 3 days, the life expectancy is approximately 3 years. If cutting effi-