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|ya_akov||11:53am on Sunday, October 31st, 2010|
|Having used and tested Panasonic cameras for quite some time (beginning with their original mega-zoom camera the FZ1 with 12x optical zoom. Best camera for a first time DSLR user out of the box. Auto mode setting and features provide very good pictures and allow room for experimentation.|
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IN USA CONTACT: Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company One Panasonic Way 2F-3 Secaucus, NJ 07094 IN PUERTO RICO CONTACT: Panasonic Sales Company Division of Matsushita Electric of Puerto Rico, Inc. San Gabriel Industrial Park 65th Infantry Avenue KM9.5 Carolina, Puerto Rico 00630 IN CANADA CONTACT: AU CANADA, CONTACTER: Panasonic Canada Inc. 5770 Ambler Drive, Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3 (905) 624-5010 Vancouver: (604) 278-4211 Calgary: (403) 295-3955 Toronto: (905) 624-8447 Montral: (514) 633-8684 En Mxico: Panasonic de Mxico, S.A de C.V. Mxico D.F. Amores 1120, Col. del Valle, 03100 Tel: 10 00
AC/Rechargeable Shaver Rasoir Rechargeable/C.A. Rasuradora Recargable/CA
Operating Instructions Manuel dutilisation Instrucciones de operacin
Model No. ES8016/ES8017/ES8018/ES8019 N de modles ES8016/ES8017/ES8018/ES8019 Modelo No. ES8016/ES8017/ES8018/ES8019
Service Assistance Accessories Dpannage Assistance Accessoires Call 1-800-338-0552 (In USA) Accessories 1-800-332-5368 (In USA) www.panasonic.com/shavers (In USA) Call 1-800-467-3405 (In Canada, only for shavers) Composer 1-800-467-3405 (Au Canada, pour les rasoirs seulement)
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operating this unit, please read these instructions completely. est recommand de lire attentivement ce manuel avant dutiliser lappareil. B Antes de operar este producto, lea este instructivo en su totalidad.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using an electrical appliance, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following: Read all instructions before using this appliance. wipe off any moisture from the shaver and power cord. Always handle with dry hands. 5. Always charge the shaver in a cool, dry place. 6. Except when charging, always unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet immediately after use. 7. Unplug this appliance before cleaning.
To reduce the risk of electric shock:
1. Do not reach for the appliance if it has fallen into water. Unplug immediately. 2. Do not use while bathing or in a shower when the appliance is connected to an electrical outlet. 3. Do not place or store the power cord where it can fall into a tub or sink. Do not place or drop it into water or other liquid. 4. Before charging the shaver,
ENGLISH FRANAIS ESPAOL Page Page Pgina 16
To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons:
1. Do not use this shaver with damaged shaving blades and/or foil, as facial injury may occur. 2. Close supervision is necessary when this shaver is used by, on or near children or invalids. 3. Use this appliance only for its intended use as described in this manual. Do not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer. 4. Never operate this appliance if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, if it has been dropped or dam-
5. 6. 7.
aged or dropped into water. Return the appliance to a service center for examination and repair. Never drop or insert any object into any opening. Keep the cord away from heated surfaces. Do not use outdoors or operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where oxygen is being administered. Always attach plug to appliance first, then to outlet. To disconnect, turn off the switch, then remove plug from outlet.
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A B C D E F G H-a I H-b
capacity charge status
recharge charge status
(see fig. 1) A Protective cap B System outer foil C System outer foil release buttons D Foil frame E Inner blades F Foil frame release buttons G On/Off switch H-a Battery capacity lamp H-b Low battery indicator I Charge (status) lamp J Trimmer K Trimmer handle L Power cord READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE.
A full charge will supply enough power for approx. 14 shaves (3 minutes per shave for a normal beard). (For ES8017/ES8018/ES8019, see fig. 2) You should charge the shaver for 1 hour if the battery capacity lamp blinks red. The battery capacity lamp will glow in three colors depending on its charge capacity level: 100% - 30% : green 30% - 10% : orange less than 10% : blinking in red (For ES8016, see fig. 3) You should charge the shaver for 1 hour if the low battery indicator glows.
Connect the shaver to the AC outlet and turn the shaver on. If the shaver does not run, charge it for approx. 1 minute.
Charging and cordless shaving
When charging the shaver for the first time or when it has not been in use for more than 6 months, charge it for at least 8 hours before use. Connect the power cord to the shaver, and plug the power cord to an AC outlet. It will adjust automatically to voltages between 100-240V AC. In some areas, a special plug adaptor may be required. The charge (status) lamp will glow when the shaver is being charged. It will flash when the charging is completed.
Using your shaver
Caution The system outer foil is very thin and can be damaged if handled improperly. Before each use, always check the foil for damage. To avoid personal injury, do not use if the foil or other parts of the shaving head is damaged. Push the On/Off switch to turn the shaver on. Hold the shaver at a right angle (90) to your skin (see fig. 4). Start out shaving by applying gentle pressure to your face. Stretch your skin with your free hand and move the shaver back and forth in the di-
rection of your beard. You may gently increase the amount of pressure as your skin becomes accustomed to this shaver. Applying excessive pressure does not provide a closer shave. System outer foil (see fig. 5) System outer foil has a slit blade (a) between 2 foils (b). They move up and down independently to follow the contours of your face. The slit blade catches and cuts longer and lying hairs easily.
Turn the shaver on and pour some water over the outer foil. After about 10-20 seconds, turn the shaver off. Remove the foil frame and clean it with running water. Wipe off any moisture from the shaver with a dry cloth and remove the protective cap to allow the system outer foil to dry completely.
ATTENTION: 2 nickel metal hydride batteries that are recyclable power the product you have purchased. Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for information on how to recycle the batteries.
pick), four screws (e), and the panel cover (f). 5. Remove the screw (g) and the bottom cover (h). 6. Remove the back panel (i). 7. Remove the batteries from the battery block (j). WARNING: Do not attempt to replace the battery for the purpose of reusing the shaver. This could result in the risk of fire or electric shock.
Replacing shaving head components
It is recommended that you replace the system outer foil at least once a year and the inner blade at least once every 2 years to maintain your shavers cutting performance. Replacing the system outer foil (see fig. 8) Squeeze the system outer foil release buttons and lift the system outer foil upward to remove it. To insert the new system outer foil, press down until it snaps into place. Replacing the inner blades (see fig. 9) Squeeze the foil frame release buttons and lift the foil frame upward to remove it. Remove the inner blade, one at a time, by grasping them firmly at both ends and pulling straight away from the shaver. To insert the new inner blade, hold the blade, one at a time, at both ends and press downward until it snaps into the shaver. How to remove the built-in rechargeable batteries before disposal of the shaver (see fig. 10) The batteries in this shaver are not intended to be replaced by consumers. However, the batteries may be replaced at an authorized service center. The procedure described below is intended only for removal of the rechargeable batteries for the purpose of proper disposal. Always make sure that the batteries have been removed from the shaver before disposing of it. 1. Disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet, and remove the power cord from the shaver. 2. Remove the outer foil frame and the inner blades. 3. Remove the trimmer driving bar (a), slit blade driving bar (b) and two screws (c). 4. Remove the four screw covers (d) (using something like a tooth-
Using the trimmer
(see fig. 6) Slide the trimmer handle up to open the trimmer. Place the trimmer at a right angle to your skin and move it downward to trim sideburns.
Caution To prevent personal injury or damage to the product,
Do not charge the shaver where the temperature is below 0C (32F) or above 40C (104F), where it will be exposed to direct sunlight or a heat source, or where there is a lot of moisture. Use only the included power cord RE7-05 to charge the ES8016/ ES8017/ES8018/ES8019 shaver. Dry the shaver completely before charging it. Keep the power cord away from water and handle it only with dry hands. Grip the plug when disconnecting the power cord from an AC outlet; tugging on the power cord may damage it. Store the power cord in a dry area where it will be protected from damage. Do not pull, twist, or severely bend the power cord.
Cleaning your shaver
(see fig. 7) Warning To prevent electric shock or personal injury, disconnect the power cord from the shaver and turn the shaver off before cleaning. For cleanliness and convenience, we recommend that you clean your shaver with water and a liquid hand soap. Regular cleaning will keep your shaver in good condition while preventing odors or bacteria from developing, and maintain the cutting performance. With the system outer foil in place, apply some hand soap onto the outer foil.
Do not wrap the power cord tightly around the appliance. Wash the shaver in tap water. Do not use salt water or boiling water. Also, do not use cleaning products that are designed for toilets, bathrooms or kitchen appliances. Do not submerge the shaver for a long time. Do not wipe any part of the shaver with thinner, benzine or alcohol. Clean it by using a cloth dampened with soapy water. Do not take the housing apart as this can affect the watertight construction. Do not clean with water when the shaver is connected to the power cord.
INSTRUCTIONS DE SCURIT IMPORTANTES
Lors de lutilisation dun appareil lectrique, les prcautions de base doivent toujours tre respectes, y compris les points suivants: Lisez toutes les instructions avant dutiliser cet appareil.
Afin de rduire tout risque de dcharge lectrique: 1. Ne touchez pas au chargeur sil est 4. Avant de charger le rasoir, essuyez tomb dans leau. Dbranchez-le toute trace dhumidit du rasoir et du immdiatement. cordon dalimentation. Manipulez 2. Nutilisez pas votre rasoir en prenant un toujours avec des mains sches. bain ou sous la douche lorsquil est 5. Chargez toujours le rasoir dans un branch dans une prise lectrique. endroit frais et sec. 3. Ne placez pas ou ne rangez pas le cordon 6. Aprs chaque utilisation, dbranchez dalimentation dans des endroits o il peut immdiatement le cordon dalimentation, tomber dans une baignoire ou un vier.Ne except pendant la charge. le mettez pas ou ne le faites pas tomber 7. Dbranchez cet appareil avant de le nettoyer. dans leau ou un autre liquide.
Power source: 100-240V AC, 50-60 Hz (Automatic voltage conversion) Motor voltage: 2.4 V DC Charging time: 1 Hour This product is intended for household use only.
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