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Setting The Child Lock; Cleaning; Cleaning The Body Of The Air Purifier - Philips AC1215 User Manual

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Note
• The light sensor detects the lights
in your room after 11 hours in the
night sensing mode.
• If the lights in your room are turned
on, the air purifier will quit the night
sensing mode and operate under
the previous mode. The air quality
light and the display will be on
again.
• To exit the night sensing mode
manually, touch

Setting the child lock

1
Touch the child lock button
3 seconds to activate child lock
(Fig.p).
" The child lock icon
on the screen.
" When the child lock is on,
all the other buttons are not
responsive, only the child lock
icon
blinks.
2
Touch the child lock button
3 seconds again to deactivate child
lock (Fig.q).
" The child lock icon
disappears.
Note
• The child lock function is
automatically unlocked when the
pre-filter cleaning code or the filter
replacement code displays on the
screen.
EN
8
or
button.
for
displays
for

5 Cleaning

Note
• Always turn the air purifier off and
unplug the air purifier from the
electrical outlet before cleaning.
• Never immerse the air purifier in
water or any other liquid.
• Never use abrasive, aggressive, or
flammable cleaning agents such as
bleach or alcohol to clean any part
of the air purifier.
• Only the pre-filter is washable. The
air filter is not washable.
• Do not attempt to clean the filters
or air quality sensor with a vacuum.
Cleaning the body of the
air purifier
Regularly clean the inside and outside
of the air purifier to prevent dust from
collecting.
1
Use a soft, dry cloth to clean both
the interior and exterior of the air
purifier (Especially for the front
cover).
2
The air outlet can also be cleaned
with a dry, soft cloth.
3
Detach the front cover from the air
purifier and wash it under running
tap water.

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