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Philips Efficia DFM100 Instructions For Use Manual Page 27

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Basic Orientation
NOTE: You can also lift the latch while pushing the battery into the battery compartment. Once the battery
is in the compartment, let the battery latch down to secure the battery inside the compartment.
Removing the Battery
To remove the Efficia DFM100 Lithium Ion battery:
Push the Battery Latch up in the direction of the arrow.
1
The battery will eject out of the compartment. If it does not, pull on the Battery Tab to
2
completely remove the battery.
Battery Fuel Gauge
To check the power remaining in your Lithium Ion battery when it is not installed in the Efficia
DFM100, press the Battery Power Gauge (see
the battery tab. Each solid blue light indicates approximately 20 percent charge. A flashing blue light
farthest to the button indicates the battery is too weak and must be recharged before use.
Figure 17
To check the battery power remaining when the battery is inserted in the device, look at the battery
gauge on the display (see
WARNING: Use only approved batteries to power the Efficia DFM100. Use of non-approved batteries could
affect performance and results.
AC Power Cord Guard
Your Efficia DFM100 is equipped with a AC Power Cord Guard.
To put the power cord guard in proper position:
Plug the AC power cord into the AC Connection on the back of the device. Push it snugly into
1
place.
2
Lower the Power Cord Guard into place, confirming it catches on the back of the AC power
cord (see
Confirm a snug fit by lightly tugging on the cord.
3
Figure 18
Battery Gauge
Press here
"Battery Charge Level"
Figure
18).
AC Power Cord Guard
Figure
17) located on the end of the battery opposite
on page 30).
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