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Philips 6000 series Electric shaver
With charging indicator
A closer shave
The Philips 6000 shaving series with its great design has been developed for a ultra close shave. The Super Lift & Cut technology combined with the Reflex Action contourfollowing system guarantees an ultra close shaving result.
Comfortably close Super Lift & Cut shaving technology with dual blade system Adjusts to every curve of your face and neck Individually floating heads Reflex Action system Moustache and sideburn trimming Spring-released, pop-up trimmer Simply rinses clean Washable shaver
Contour-following: Reflex Action system, Individual floating heads Styling: Precision trimmer
Maintenance: Protection cap Run time: 40 min
Individually floating heads
Ease of use
Display: Charge indicator Shaving time: 13 days Cleaning: Washable
Replacement head: Replace every 2 yrs with HQ8
Align the razor sharp blades closer to your skin for exceptional closeness.
Reflex Action system
Automatically adjusts to every curve of your face and neck.
Spring-released, pop-up trimmer
Full width trimmer is perfect for grooming sideburns and moustache.
Super Lift & Cut technology
Dual blade system: first blade lifts, second blade cuts for a comfortable close shave.
The water resistant shaver can be easily rinsed under the tap.
Issue date 2011-05-12 Version: 3.0.1
2011 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All Rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks are the property of Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. or their respective owners. www.philips.com
12 NC: 00000
HQ6075, HQ6073, HQ6070
Important Read this user manual carefully before you use the appliance and save it for future reference. - This 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. - Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. - Only use the powerplug supplied. - The powerplug transforms 100-240 volts to a safe low voltage of less than 24 volts. - The powerplug contains a transformer. Do not cut off the powerplug to replace it with another plug, as thiscauses a hazardous situation. - Do not use a damaged powerplug. - If the powerplug is damaged, always have it replaced with one of the original type in order to avoid a hazard. - Charge and store the shaver at a temperature between 5C and 35C. - Do not recharge the shaver in a closed pouch. - Make sure the powerplug does not get wet. - Always unplug the shaver before cleaning it under the tap. - The appliance complies with the internationally approved IEC safety regulations and can be safely cleaned under the tap(Fig.1). Be careful with hot water. Always check if the water is not too hot, to prevent your hands from getting burnt. This Philips appliance complies with all standards regarding electromagnetic fields (EMF). If handled properly andaccording to the instructions in this user manual, the appliance is safe to use based on scientific evidence available today. Charging Make sure the appliance is switched off before you start to charge it. To prevent the battery from going flat during shaving, you can also charge the shaver in between shaves, even if the battery is not completely empty yet. This will not damage the battery. Charging normally takes approx. 8 hours. Do not leave the appliance connected to the mains for more than 24 hours. Charge indications , , ,
The light ring goes on.
1 Switch off the shaver, remove the powerplug from
the wall socket and pull the appliance plug out of the shaver.
2 Move the shaving heads quickly over your skin,
making both straight and circular movements(Fig.4). Shaving on a dry face gives the best results. Your skin may need 2 or 3 weeks to get accustomed to the Philips shaving system.
2 Clean the trimmer with the brush supplied(Fig.16). 3 Lubricate the trimmer teeth with a drop of sewing
machineoil every six months(Fig.17). Storage Put the protection cap on the shaver to prevent damage(Fig.5). HQ6075/HQ6073: Store the appliance in the pouch.
3 Press theon/off button once to switch on the
4 Put the protection cap on the shaver every time
you have used it, to prevent damage(Fig.5). Trimming For grooming sideburns and moustache.
1 Open the trimmer by pushing the slide
upwards(Fig.6). The trimmer can be activated while the motor is running. Cleaning and maintenance Regular cleaning guarantees better shaving performance. The easiest and most hygienic way to clean the appliance is to rinse the shaving unit and the hair chamber with hot water every time you have used the appliance. Be careful with hot water. Always check if the water is not too hot, to prevent your hands from getting burnt. Every day: shaving unit and hair chamber
Replacement Replace the shaving heads every two years for optimal shaving results. Replace damaged or worn shaving heads with HQ64 Super Lift & Cut Shaving Heads (HQ6073/HQ6070) or HQ8 Precise Cutting System Shaving Heads (HQ6075).
1 Switchoff the shaver, remove the powerplug from
2 Open the shaving unit and pull it off the shaver.
You can also leave the shaving unit attached to the shaver.
3 HQ6075: Remove the retaining frame(Fig.11). 4 HQ6073/HQ6070: Open the shaving unit, turn the
wheel anticlockwise (1) and remove the retaining frame (2). (Fig.12)
5 Remove the shaving heads and place new ones in
the shaving unit. (Fig.14)
2 Press the release button (1) and open the shaving
6 HQ6075: Put the shaving heads back into the
Electromagnetic fields (EMF)
3 Clean the shaving unit and the hair chamber by
rinsing them under a hot tap for some time(Fig.8). Make sure the inside of the shaving unit and the hair chamber have been cleaned properly.
shaving unit and then put the retaining frame back into the shaving unit. Make sure that the projections of the shaving heads fit into the recesses.
7 HQ6073/HQ6070: Put the shaving heads back into
4 Rinse the outside of the appliance(Fig.9). 5 Close the shaving unit and shake off excess water.
Never dry the shaving unit with a towel or tissue, as this may damage the shaving heads.
the shaving unit. Put the retaining frame back into the shaving unit and turn the lock clockwise (your shaving heads may differ from the one shown in the figure). inserting the hinge into the slot in the rim of the hair chamber and pushing it home until it locks into place (click)(Fig.15).
8 Put the shaving unit back onto the shaver by
6 Open the shaving unit again and leave it open to let
the appliance dry completely(Fig.10). You can also clean the hair chamber without water by using the brush supplied. Every six months: shaving heads
9 Close the shaving unit.
Accessories The following accessories are available: - HQ8500/HQ8000 powerplug - HQ64 Super Lift & Cut Shaving Heads (HQ6073/ HQ6070) - HQ8 Precise Cutting System Shaving Heads (HQ6075) - HQ110 Philips Shaving Head Cleaning Spray (not available in China) Environment Do not throw away the appliance with the normal household waste at the end of its life, but hand it in at an official collection point for recycling. By doing this, youhelp to preserve the environment(Fig.18). The built-in rechargeable shaver battery contains substances that may pollute the environment. Always remove the battery before you discard and hand in the shaverat 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 shaver 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. Disposal of the battery Only remove the battery if it is completely empty.
1 Open the shaving unit and pull it off the shaver.
When you start charging the empty shaver the battery symbol lights up(Fig.2).
2 HQ6075:Remove the retaining frame(Fig.11). 3 HQ6073/HQ6070: Open the shaving unit, turn the
wheel anticlockwise (1) and remove the retaining frame (2)(Fig.12).
Battery running low
HQ6075/HQ6073: When the battery is running low, the red battery symbol starts burning. When you switch off the shaver, the red battery symbol starts to flash. (Fig.2) HQ6070: There is no warning or indication that the battery is running low. The appliance switches off automatically when the battery is completely empty. Charging the appliance
4 Clean the cutters and guards with the brush
supplied (your shaving heads may differ from the one shown in the figure)(Fig.13). 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.
5 HQ6075: Put the shaving heads back into the
Charge the appliance when the red battery symbol burns or flashes (HQ6075/HQ6073) or when the motor stops or starts running slower (HQ6070).
1 Put the appliance plug in the shaver(Fig.3). 2 Put the powerplug in the wall socket. 3 Remove the powerplug from the wall socket and
Cordless shaving time
shaving unit and then put the retaining frame back into the shaving unit(Fig.14). Make sure that the projections of the shaving heads fit into the recesses.
6 HQ6073/HQ6070: Put the shaving heads back into
pull the appliance plug out of the shaver when the battery has been fully charged.
the shaving unit. Put the retaining frame back into the shaving unit and turn the lock clockwise (your shaving heads may differ from the one shown in the figure). inserting the hinge into the slot in the rim of the hair chamber and pushing it home until it locks into place (click). (Fig.15) Trimmer
7 Put the shaving unit back onto the shaver by
1 Remove the powerplug from the wall socket and
pull the appliance plug out of the shaver.
A fully charged shaver has a cordless shaving time of up to 40 minutes. Using the appliance Shaving
2 Let the shaver run until it stops, undo the screws
and open the shaver(Fig.19).
8 Close the shaving unit.
Clean the trimmer every time you have used it.
3 Remove the battery.
Do not connect the shaver to the mains again after the battery has been removed.
1 Press theon/off button once to switch on the
Guarantee & service If you need information or if you have a problem, please visit the Philips website at www.philips.com or contact the Philips Customer Care Centre in your country (youfind its phone number in the worldwide guarantee leaflet). If there is no Customer Care Centre in your country, go to your local Philips dealer or contact the Service Department of Philips Domestic Appliances and Personal Care BV. The shaving heads (cutters and guards) are not covered by the terms of the international guarantee because they are subject to wear. Frequently asked questions Question Why doesnt the shaver shaveas well as it used to? Answer You may not have cleaned the appliance properly. Clean the shaving heads thoroughly (see chapter Cleaning and maintenance). Long hairs may be obstructing the shaving heads. Clean the cutters and guards properly with the brush supplied (see chapter Cleaning and maintenance). The shaving heads may be damaged or worn. Replace the shaving heads (see chapter Replacement). Why doesnt the shaver switch on when I press theon/off button? The shaving unit has come off the shaver. What should I do? The battery may be empty. Recharge the battery (see chapter Charging).
Simply reattach the shaving unit by pressing it onto the shaver (see chapter Replacement, item 5).
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HQ64 (HQ6073/HQ6070) HQ8 (HQ6075)
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