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Troubleshooting - Philips 7FF1CME User Manual

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Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting
your
PhotoFrame™
Keeping your
PhotoFrame™
Troubleshooting your PhotoFrame™
up to date
Please see below for various situations and recommended actions.
Situations
Warning message:
"Low battery"
Warning message: "No free
space to store more photos"
Warning message: "No photo
on internal memory"
Warning message: "No photo
on external memory"
Screen freezes and does not
respond to control anymore
Part of photo is cropped on
PhotoFrame™
Keeping your PhotoFrame™ up to date
At times Philips will provide Software to keep your PhotoFrame™ up to date. Please regis
yourself to www.philips.com/register or visit www.p4c.philips.com for latest support new
Recommended actions
Recharge PhotoFrame™ or turn off PhotoFrame™ befo
it can be recharged again. If the PhotoFrame™'s intern
battery level drops completely to zero, the "Current tim
setting may be lost.
It means your PhotoFrame™ is fully loaded with photo
If such message shows up when your PhotoFrame™
holds less than 40 photos, please use USB cable to
connect PhotoFrame™ to PC and use PC to check if the
are abnormal files taking up the local memory of
PhotoFrame™. Normal files inside PhotoFrame™ are
usually less than 250KB in size.
It means there is no photo in your PhotoFrame™. If su
message shows up after you load photos onto
PhotoFrame™ from PC, please make sure to the
instructions in "Copying photos" section are followed
properly.
It means there is no photo in your memory card. If suc
message shows up after you load photos onto memory
cards from PC, please make sure to the instructions in
"Viewing PC photos from a memory card" section are
followed properly.
Use a pin to trigger the RESET button through the hole
the lower-left corner on PhotoFrame™'s back (next to
Serial Number and Model Name sticker).
Adjust your photo to 3:2 aspect ratio. Many digital
cameras take photos in 4:3 aspect ratio but
PhotoFrame™ displays photos on 3:2 aspect ratio scre
Consequently, some upper and bottom parts of a typic
4:3 photo will not be displayed on PhotoFrame™'s
screen.
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