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Philips Domestic Appliances and Personal Care
Service Manual
PRODUCT INFORMATION
- This full-body tanning appliance is equipped with an
electronic power supply. This means that when the
appliance is connected to the mains, the tanning or
relaxing functions are made visible by means of symbols
on the display. The set time is also shown on the display.
During the last minute of the set time, an accoustic
signal sounds.
- The UV lamps only burn in combination with the IR
(relax) lamps. When the UV lamps are on the IR lamps
burn at reduced intensity.
- The IR lamps can also be used separately at full intensity
for a relax session.
- This appliance is equipped with a sound module,
offering a selection of four nature sounds. The user can
also connect an external music appliance to play his/her
own music, either via the loudspeakers or the earphones.
- This tanning appliance has also been fitted with a scent
unit. The scent granules required for this unit can be
ordered as service part (see parts list).
Published by Philips Domestic Appliances and Personal Care
06/09
IMPORTANT
- Because of the brief high starting voltage, the appliance
should be connected to a circuit protected with a 16A fuse.
- HPA lamps only go on at a restart if they have cooled down
sufficiently.
- Never touch the HPA lamps with your fingers. If necessary,
clean the lamps with a cloth moistened with some alcohol.
- When a new HPA lamp is installed, this lamp may have
a different colour compared to the other lamp. This is
normal and will disappear after a short period of use.
- After repair, the glass filters should be free from fingerprints.
If necessary clean the filters with some alcohol.
- Never look directly into the light of an HPA lamp when it
is on without protective goggles.
- Insufficient cooling – for instance when the vents are
blocked or when the fan has broken down – will cause the
thermal safety cut-out to switch the appliance off. Once the
cause of overheating has been removed and the appliance
has cooled down sufficiently, it will switch automatically on
again.
- Let the appliance cool down for 15 minutes before folding
it back into transport position and storing it.
- Only move the appliance when it is in transport position,
i.e. when it is folded.
- If there are complaints about inadequate tanning, the
output of the lamps can be measured with a UV-X 36
meter. For the minimum values, see table under 'Technical
information'.
Printed in the Netherlands
© Copyright reserved
Innergize
HB945
Subject to modification

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  • Page 1 - If there are complaints about inadequate tanning, the output of the lamps can be measured with a UV-X 36 meter. For the minimum values, see table under ‘Technical information’. Published by Philips Domestic Appliances and Personal Care Printed in the Netherlands © Copyright reserved Subject to modification...
  • Page 2 - Fuse : 16 A - Protecting goggles : 2 x HB072 - UVA source : 2 x Philips Cleo HPA SYNERGIE - Safety : Class II Cenelec UV type 3 - IR source : 2 x Philips type 15040R - Weight : Approx.
  • Page 3 ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM HB945 TCO1 TCO2 NTC1 NTC3 NTC2 Relay Board PCB SMPS User Interface Panel (power) Sound Board PCB Headphones Line-in...
  • Page 4 PARTS LIST HB945 Item Service code Description Item Service code Description 4222 062 95930 Grip main assy 4822 404 40639 Switch bracket 4222 062 95940 Paw cap R 4822 214 12272 Starter HPA 4222 062 95950 Leg assy R 4822 271 30619 Micro switch 4222 062 95960 Leg assy L...
  • Page 5 EXPLODED VIEW PART A HB945...
  • Page 6 EXPLODED VIEW PART B HB945...
  • Page 7 EXPLODED VIEW PART C HB945...
  • Page 8 WIRING DIAGRAM HB945 PCB5 NTC2 NTC1 TCO1 NTC3 TCO2 PCB4 User Interface Panel Sound Board Relay Board PCB3 Headphones PCB2 Line-in Brown Blue Purple SMPS Yellow Green PCB1 Black White Mains...

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