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  • Page 1 Register your product and get support at www.philips.com/welcome EN User manuals PhotoFrame 8FF3FP Series 7FF3FP Series 6FF3FP Series...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Content Introduction Important Information 1.1 Safety precautions and maintenance 1.2 Care of the PhotoFrame 1.3 Recycling Your PhotoFrame 2.1 What’s in the Box 2.2 Control Buttons and Menu Navigation 2.3 Connections 2.4 Product Highlights Getting started 3.1 Placing the Product 3.2 Connecting to the Mains 3.3 Turning on your PhotoFrame 3.4 Initial Setup Using your PhotoFrame 4.1 View Photos 4.2 Find a Photo 4.3 Copy Photos 4.4 Delete Photos using the PhotoFrame Use More of your PhotoFrame 5.1 Menu Navigation 5.2 Photo Menu 6.
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  • Page 5: Safety Precautions And Maintenance 3 8. Frequently Asked Questions

    Introduction Philips digital PhotoFrame can be placed either vertically or horizontally to fit the photos on display. You can place it somewhere in a room for a continuous display by connecting it to the mains power supply. 1. Important 1.1 Safety precautions and maintenance Read and follow these instructions when connecting and using your PhotoFrame: • To protect your display from possible damage, do not put excessive pressure on the LCD panel. When moving your PhotoFrame, grasp the frame to lift; do not lift the it by placing your hand or fingers on the LCD panel. • Unplug the PhotoFrame if you are not going to use it for an extensive period of time. • Unplug the PhotoFrame if you need to clean it with a slightly damp cloth. The screen may be wiped with a dry cloth when the power is off. However, never use alcohol, solvents or ammonia-based liquids. • Consult a service technician if the PhotoFrame does not operate normally when you have followed the instructions in this manual. • The casing cover should be opened only by qualified service personnel. • Keep the PhotoFrame out of direct sunlight and away from stoves or any other heat source. • Keep the PhotoFrame dry. To avoid electric shock, do not expose it to rain or excessive moisture. Important • When positioning the PhotoFrame, make sure the power plug and outlet are easily accessible.
  • Page 6: Recycling

    Keep the stand clear from cables Make sure the stand of your PhotoFrame is clear from cables as cables could pull the stand out of PhotoFrame to the floor. Temperature and humidity limitations Operating temperature: 0° ~ 40° (Celsius) / 32° ~ 113° (Fahrenheit) Humidity: 20% ~ 80% 1.3 Recycling • To minimize harm to the environment, the batteries supplied with the PhotoFrame do not contain mercury or nickel cadmium. If possible, when disposing of batteries, use recycling means available in your area. • The PhotoFrame uses materials that can be recycled. To minimize the amount of waste in the environment, check your area for companies that will recover used televisions for dismantling and collection of reusable materials, or contact your dealer for recycling tips. • Please dispose of the carton and packing material through the proper waste disposal management in your area. Important...
  • Page 7: Your Photoframe

    . Your PhotoFrame 2.1 What’s in the box Digital PhotoFrame Digital photo display 7FFI series Quick start guide Connect Setup Enjoy Quick start guide What else you’ll need Power outlet Your PhotoFrame Power adaptor USB Cable to PC (male B type plug) User manual and Auto Run software on CD Digital Photos on memory card or PC ...
  • Page 8: Control Buttons And Menu Navigation

    2.2 Control Buttons and Menu Navigation • Use your PhotoFrame by pressing the control buttons in the back. • The control buttons and instructions are shown at the bottom of the menu screen. Use the navigation controller to move between the menus. Move it left and right to cycle through the menu tree. 2.3 Connections 2.3.1 Memory Card Photo display (underside) A. CF Card B. SD/ MMC /MS / xD Card Inserting a memory card: • Insert the memory card into the slot in the frame. • For xD, SD, MMC, MMC+, or Memory Stick cards slide the card until it locks in place. • Push the USB drive in the slot. • After a few seconds, photos on the memory card will display and a slideshow will start. DO NOT remove the memory card immediately after inserting it in to the PhotoFrame or when PhotoFrame is counting the Photos. Wait until the screen is stable Removing a memory card: • To remove the xD, xD, SD, MMC, or Memory Stick card, push the card again to unlock and then pull out the card.
  • Page 9: Product Highlights

    • For installation and more details about his application, follow instrustions in user manual on CD. Note: The 5.6” model does not support a connection. PhotoFrame PhotoFrame For Mac System: (OS X): • Connect PhotoFrame to the Mac via a USB cable where it will be recognized as a mass storage device. • Select the photos to be transferred and copy them directly under the root directory of the storage card. (Only JPEG formatted images supported). • Disconnect the USB cable Note: Do not disconnect PhotoFrame when copying or transferring Photo between PC and PhotoFrame. 2.4 Product highlights The PhotoFrame is designed to be flexible and convenient to use and it provides the following features: • High pixel density for sharp and crisp photo display. • View photos directly from memory cards – no PC needed. • Auto-Tilt function so portrait and landscape photos are displayed in the best possible way. • Rotating stand for best possible way of viewing photos.
  • Page 10: Getting Started

    . Getting started 3.1 Placing the Product The PhotoFrame should be placed on a flat surface and close to a power socket. Keep it away from high temperatures and high levels of moisture 3.2 Connecting to the mains Connect the supplied power cable from PhotoFrame to a power outlet. Note: For safety reasons and best stability Philips recommend to adjust the stand with the angle defined by the two click positions. Using other positions may cause the PhotoFrame to fall and it is the responsibility of the user. 3.3 Turning on your PhotoFrame Press the power button. 3.4 Initial Setup 3.4.1 Setting the Language Press the Mode button to toggle to the Main Menu, select the Setting and navigate Down to Language. Navigate Up and Down to select your preferred language (select between English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, Dutch, Danish, Simplified Chinese and Japanese) Press the Play/OK button to confirm your selection. The new setting will be effective immediately. Press the Mode button to leave this menu and play the slideshow. 3.4.2 Access Menus There are two ways to access the menu. To...
  • Page 11 Set Time, Date and Alarm Use this function to set the time and date of the PhotoFrame • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Down to highlight Clock and press Play/OK. • From the Clock screen, press Menu. • Navigate Down to Time and Date. • Navigate Right to Time/Time Mode/ Date and press the Play/OK button. Getting Started Time: • Navigate Up and Down to select the time. • Navigate Left and Right to move between hours and minutes. • Press the Play/OK button to confirm. Time Mode: Navigate Up and Down to select 12HR or 24HR. Date: • Navigate Up and Down to select the date. • Navigate Left and Right to move between days, months and years. • Press the Play/OK button to confirm. Press the Play/OK button to toggle between Clock, Slideshow or Browse mode. Press the Mode button to leave this menu and play the slideshow.
  • Page 12 • From the Clock screen, press Menu. • Navigate Up to Alarm Clock. • Navigate Right to Time/Day/Set On/ Off and press the Play/OK button. Time: • Navigate Up and Down to select the time. • Navigate Left and Right to move between hours and minutes. • Press the Play/OK button to confirm. Day: • Navigate Up and Down to select Everyday, Weekday, or Weekend. • Press the Play/OK button to confirm. Set On/Off : • Navigate up or down to select Off or On. • Press the Play/OK button to confirm. Press the Play/OK button to toggle between Clock, Slideshow or Browse mode. Press the Mode button to leave this menu and play the slideshow. 3.4.3 Choosing Clock Mode The clock can either be viewed in the Full screen, Slideshow or both: Full Screen – displays the clock in center of the screen and a pre-selected photo will be displayed. Slideshow - displays the clock in the bottom right of the screen. Both - displays the clock in both full screen and slideshow modes.
  • Page 13 • Navigate Up and Down to select Show clock and press Play/OK. • Navigate Up and Down to select No Clock or Full Screen, Slideshow or Both. • Press the Play/OK button to confirm selection. Press the Play/OK button to leave this menu and play the slideshow, browse or clock mode. Getting Started...
  • Page 14: Using Your Photoframe

    . Using your PhotoFrame 4.1 View Photos View pre-stored photos Press the Mode button to go to the Main Menu. In the Main Menu select photos, select the source as the type of memory card installed (SD/MMC, MMC+, Memory Stick, xD Cards. USB drive). Press Play/OK, to play the photos in slidehow mode. 4.2 Find a Photo 4.2.1 Browse Mode When displaying photos in the slideshow, move through the photos, navigating Left and Right to find and select a photo. Press Play/OK to toggle between the Slideshow and Browse modes. 4.2.2 Slideshow Mode Slideshow mode is entered once you turn on the PhotoFrame. Navigate Left and Right to move quickly through the photos. Note 1: The frequency of the slideshow can be adjusted. To do so please read “slideshow frequency” section. Note 2: For slideshow creation and management read the section “Creating and managing slideshow”. Note 3: Photos are easily editable from slideshow mode by pressing the Play/OK button. To go directly to thumbnail mode form read the photo menu section.thumbnail mode form read the photo menu section. 4.2.3 Browse Mode To display photos in clock mode.
  • Page 15: Copy Photos

    • Navigate Down to select the photo source to browse. • Press Play/OK to access the source. • Navigate Left, Right, Up and Down to move between photos and see a larger version of the image. Press the Play/OK button to leave this menu and press again to start playing the slideshow. 4.3 Copy Photos When connected to a PC the PhotoFrame is treated as a mass storage device. From the computer, JPEG images can be copied to a memory card inserted into the PhotoFrame. Photos can also be copied between a USB drive to another memory device and vice-versa. Using yout PhotoFrame 4.3.1 Copy from a PC/Mac to your PhotoFrame Insert a USB drive/memory card into the Photoframe Press Mode to go to the Main Menu. Select the photo and then go to the photo source. Go to thumbnail mode to select a photo. Press Menu to access the menu options for photo editing. Select Copy to Select PhotoFrame Press Play/OK Note: PhotoFrame has very limited storage space available. It only stores 1-3 photos...
  • Page 16: Delete Photos Using The Photoframe

    4.4 Delete Photos using the PhotoFrame If you need to free up space on a memory card you can delete photos. • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Up to Photo and press the Play/OK button. • Navigate Down to select the media to browse and press Play/OK. • Press the Up, Down, Left or Right keys to find the image you want to delete. • Press the Menu button and navigate Up to Copy to. • Press Play/OK • Navigate Up or Down to Yes or No. Press Play/OK. • Navigate Right to Yes to confirm the deletion and press Play/OK. Press the Mode button to leave this menu and play the slideshow. The delete function is disabled when you first use your Photoframe. To enable the delete function: Press Mode to go to Main Menu. Press Down to Settings. Select Delete function. Press Play/OK to go to the option list. Select Play/OK. Using yout PhotoFrame...
  • Page 17: Use More Of Your Photoframe

    . Use more of your PhotoFrame 5.1 Menu Navigation The menu is navigated using the navigation controller and the menu buttons. When in a menu follow the onscreen instructions in the bottom right of the screen for details on how to navigate. • Navigate the controller Left and Right to cycle through the menus. • Navigate Down and Up to select options. • Press the Menu button to go to the main menu. • Press the Play/OK button to make a selection. • Press the Mode button to exit the current menu and play a slideshow. 5.2 Photo Menu 5.2.1 Rotate, Zoom and Crop PhotoFrame can change the orientation of photos and change the framing of photos. Note: The crop function only applies to original photos stored on external memory card. Using more of your PhotoFrame Rotating • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Up to Photo and press the Play/OK button.
  • Page 18 • Press the Menu button and navigate Up to Rotate. • Press Play/OK or navigate Right. • Navigate Up or Down to the rotation required. Press Play/ OK. Press the Mode button to leave this menu and play the slideshow. Zooming and Cropping Note 1: To retain image quality it is recommended that zooming and cropping is carried out before the image is stored in the PhotoFrame. Note 2: All photos processed and copied by the PhotoFrame will be resized for optimal display on PhotoFrame and to save storage space. • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Up to Photo and press the Play/ OK button. • Navigate Down to select the media to browse and press Play/OK. • Press the Up, Down, Left or Right keys to find the image you want to rotate. • Press the Menu button and navigate Up to Zoom and Crop. • Press Play/OK or navigate Right. • Navigate Up or Down to the zoom in and out as required. Press Play/OK. • Navigate Up, Down, Left and Right to pan around the image. Press Play/OK to apply.
  • Page 19 5.2.2 Photo Effects This section describes how to apply the Sepia photo effect to your photos. • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Up to Photo and press the Play/ OK button. • Navigate Down to select the media to browse and press Play/OK. • Press the Up, Down, Left or Right keys to find the image you want to apply an effect to. Using more of your PhotoFrame • Press the Menu button and navigate Up to Photo Effects. • Press Play/OK or navigate Right. • Navigate Up or Down to the required effect. Press Play/OK to confirm and return to the thumbnail images. Press the Mode button to leave this menu and play the slideshow. Note: Effects can be removed by selecting “no effect”. 5.2.3 Frames • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Up to Photo and press the Play/ OK button.
  • Page 20 • Navigate Down to select the media to browse and press Play/OK. • Press the Up, Down, Left or Right keys to find the image you want to add the frame to. • Press the Menu button and navigate Up to Frames. • Press Play/OK or navigate Right. • Navigate Up or Down to the required frame. Press Play/OK to confirm and return to the thumbnail images. Press the Mode button to leave this menu and play the slideshow. Note: Frames can be removed by selecting no frame. Using more of your PhotoFrame...
  • Page 21: Settings

    . Settings Use this section to setup the PhotoFrame slideshow squences, transition effects, frequency of the change of image, collage effects, background color, brightness levels, display language, enable the delete function on your memory card, automatically turn on and off, check the PhotoFrame status , tilt functions, turning off the beep sound and turning on and off the key help screen when first starting the PhotoFrame 6.1 Slideshow Sequence Slideshows can be played in one of two ways randomly or sequentially. • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Up to Settings and press the Play/OK button. Settings • Navigate Down to access Slideshow and navigate Right. • Navigate Up and Down to select either Sequential or Random. • Press Play/OK to confirm. Press the Mode button to leave this menu and play the slideshow. 6.2 Transition Effects The photos can appear on the screen using special transitions. • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Up to Settings and press the Play/OK button.
  • Page 22: Frequency

    • Navigate Down to access Slideshow and navigate Right. • Navigate Up and Down to select from the list as follows: No Transition, Random, Sliding, Snail, Fading, Translation, Corner Slide, or Grid. • Press Play/OK to confirm. Press Play Slideshow to leave this menu and play the slideshow. Note 1: This function applies to all the slideshows stored on all media. Note 2: Random plays different effects out of sequence during the slideshow transition. 6.3 Frequency Use this function to select how long each photo is displayed during the slide show. • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Up to Settings and press the Play/OK button. • Navigate Down to access Frequency and navigate Right. • Navigate Up and Down to select 1 Day, 5 seconds, 10 Seconds, 30 Seconds, 1 Minute, 5 Minutes, 30 Minutes, 1 Hour, 4 Hours or 12 Hours. • Press Play/OK to confirm. Press the Mode button to leave this menu and play the slideshow. Note: This function applies to all the slideshows stored on all media.
  • Page 23: Collage

    6.4 Collage To show multiple photos arranged on the screen at the same time select collage. • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Up to Settings and press the Play/OK button. • Navigate Down to access Slideshow and navigate Right. • Navigate Up and Down to select Off or Random. • Press Play/OK to confirm. Press the Mode button to leave this menu and play the slideshow. Note: If you select random the PhotoFrame will randomly use different collage layouts. Settings 6.5 Background Color Use this function to select the background border color for photos that are smaller than the PhotoFrame display (these photos appear with black borders). • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Up to Settings and press the Play/OK button. • Navigate Down to access Background and navigate Right. • Navigate Up and Down to select White, Black, Gray, AutoFit or Ambient Color.
  • Page 24: Brightness

    6.6 Brightness Change the brightness settings of the PhotoFrame to achieve the best visibility depending on the light conditions. • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Up to Settings and press the Play/OK button. • Navigate Down to access Brightness and navigate Right. • Navigate Up and Down to select the brightness of the screen from 0 ~ 5 • Press Play/OK to confirm. Press the Mode button to leave this menu and play the slideshow. 6.7 Language Use this section to choose the menu language of the PhotoFrame. • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Up to Settings and press the Play/OK button. Navigate Down to go to language. Settings...
  • Page 25: Memory Card

    • Navigate Right to enter the Language menu. • Navigate Up and Down to select your preferred language (select between English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Dutch, and Danish). • Press the Play/OK button to confirm your selection. The new setting will be effective immediately. Press the Mode button to leave this menu and play the slideshow. 6.8 Memory Card Use this feature to allow the delete function on the inserted memory card Delete Permission • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Up to Settings and press the Play/OK button. Settings Navigate Down to Delete Function. • Navigate Right and select Do Not Allow or Allow. • Press Play/OK to confirm choice. Press the Mode button to leave this menu and play the slideshow. 6.9 Timer Function (Auto On/Off) Depending on your lifestyle and schedule, you may want to have the PhotoFrame to automatically turn ON and OFF for you. Note: Local time must be set correctly before setting up this feature (see time and date section in the...
  • Page 26 Setting the ON and OFF times • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Up to Settings and press the Play/OK button. Navigate Down to Auto Dim. • Navigate Right to select Time period. • Navigate Up or Down to select either Auto Dim Start or Auto Dim End. • Navigate Right or Press Play/OK. • Navigate Up and Down to adjust the hours. • Navigate Right to move to minutes. • Navigate Up and Down to adjust the minutes. • Press Play/OK to apply the settings and return to the previous screen. Turning the Automatic start and finish On and Off • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Up to Settings and press the Play/OK button. Navigate Down to Auto Dim Settings...
  • Page 27: Check The Status Of Your Photoframe

    • Navigate Right to select On/Off Dim. • Navigate Up or Down to select either On or Off. • Press Play/OK to apply the settings. Press the Mode button to leave this menu and play the slideshow. Press the Play/OK to go to Slideshow, Browse or Clock mode. Note 1: Digital PhotoFrame will automatically turn off its display exactly at the Auto-Dim-Start time; if the time has already passed it will go into Auto- Dim-End status at the next set time. Note 2: If you want to turn ON the PhotoFrame during an auto OFF period, just press any key, the PhotoFrame will wake up until the next auto OFF period. Settings 6.10 Check the Status of your Photoframe You may check the status of your PhotoFrame- how many more photos can be stored, which media are currently connected, and the PhotoFrame software version. • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Down to highlight Settings and press Play/OK. • Navigate Down to go to Status. • The status of the PhotoFrame is shown in the right window. • If you have a memory card in the PhotoFrame it will give you the status of the card (card type and free memory left).
  • Page 28: Rotate Function (Auto Tilt)

    6.11 Rotate Function (Auto Tilt) With this function your photos will automatically be properly positioned no mater whether you have the PhotoFrame positioned horizontally or vertically. • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Down to highlight Settings and press Play/OK. • Navigate Down to go to Auto tilt. • Navigate Right to go to On or Off. • Press Play/OK to confirm selection. Press the Mode button to leave this menu and play the slideshow. 6.12 Beep On/Off Turning the button sounds ON or OFF • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Down to highlight Settings and press Play/OK. • Navigate Down to go to beep. • Navigate Right to go to On or Off. • Navigate Down and press Play/OK to confirm the selection. Press the Mode button to leave this menu and play the slideshow. Settings...
  • Page 29: Key Help

    6.13 Key Help When the PhotoFrame first starts a description of the control buttons is displayed for 10 seconds or until the press of any of the buttons. If you would like to turn this function off follow the instructions below. • Press the Mode button to access the Main Menu. • Navigate Down to highlight Settings and press Play/OK. • Navigate Down to go to Key Help. • Navigate Right to go to On or Off. • Navigate Down and press Play/OK to confirm the selection. Press the Mode button to leave this menu and play the slideshow. Settings...
  • Page 30: Technical Data

    . Technical data Model 6FF3FPW Picture Display • Effective viewing area: 113.28 x 84.708 mm • Resolution: 320 x3(RGB) X234 • Viewing angle: CR>&=10 130RL, 110UD • Lifetime, to 50% brightness: 20000 hr Note: The “LED life time” is defined as the module brightness decrease to 50% original brightness if the ambient temperature is 25C and IL=20mA. • Brightness: 200 cd/m2(typical) • Aspect ratio: 4:3 • Panel resolution: 320 X 234 • Pixel density: 0.118(W)X0.362(H) mm Storage Media • Memory Card Types: SD/MMC/MMC+/xD/MS Dimensions • Set dimensions with stand (W x H x D): 167.8 x 135.3 x 100.73 mm • Weight: 0.308 kg • Temperature range (operation): 0 °C to 40 °C • Temperature range (storage): -20 °C to 70 °C Power • Power consumption: 3W Model 7FF3FPx Picture Display • Effective viewing area: 154.08 x 86.58 mm • Resolution: 480x3(RGB) x 234 pixels • Viewing angle: 120RL, 100UD (CR>/=10) • Lifetime, to 50% brightness: 20,000 hr • Brightness: 200 • Aspect ratio: 16:9 • Panel resolution: 480X234 • Pixel density: 0.107(W) x 0.37(H) Storage Media • Memory Card Types: SD/MMC/MMC+/XD/MS Dimensions • Set dimensions with stand (W x H x D): 206.4...
  • Page 31 • Playback mode: Full screen browse, Slideshow, Thumbnail browse • Album management: Create, Delete, Edit, Rename • Photo edit: Copy, Delete, Rotate, Zoom and Crop, Move • Photo effects: Frames, Sepia • Slideshow setting: Collage, Random, Sequential, Transition effects • Screen background color: Black, White, Gray • Clock function: Set time and date, Clock and Alarm, Auto dim on weekday/weekend • Setup function: Brightness adjustment, Language, Status, Auto on/off, Beep on/off, Set time and date, Clock display enable/ disable, Factory setting and Photo source • System status: Firmware version, Power source, Free memory • Connected media status: Connected media, Free memory • OSD Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Dutch, Danish • Plug & Play Compatibility: Windows XP and Vista and Mac OS X • Regulatory Approvals: BSMI, C-Tick, CCC, CE, FCC, GOST, PSB, UL, • Other convenience: Kensington lock compatible Technical data...
  • Page 32 PhotoFrame. Use PC applications to convert such images into standard JPEG format for Digital PhotoFrame. My Digital PhotoFrame is ON but the system does not respond anymore! First make sure the system is properly powered. Then use a pin to trigger the Reset button located on the side of the power button on the back to restore the system. Why doesn’t my Digital PhotoFrame go into Auto-off status after I set it? First, make sure you set Current Time, Auto-off at, and Auto-on at correctly. Digital PhotoFrame will automatically turn off its display exactly at the Auto-off time. If the time has already passed for the day, it will start entering Auto-off status at the specified time from the next day. I’m trying to upload pictures from my PC to a memory card, which I’m then inserting into the DPF. However, the DPF doesn’t show the photos. What can I do? Load all the photos you want to upload to DPD in the root directory of your memory card. Power off your DPD, insert the memory card, and then restart DPF. After a few seconds, all photos in the root directory of the memory card will be automatically added to PhotoFrame. The root directory on memory card will NOT be emptied after this operation. Note that this operation does not apply to photos in sub- directories. Do Philips PhotoFrame support progressive JPEG? PhotoFrame supports progressive JPEG formatted picture, but the slideshow display might be very slow.might be very slow. Frequently Asked Questions...
  • Page 33: Service And Warranty

    . Service and Warranty One Year Limited Warranty (for US and Canada only) Philips warrants that this product shall be free from defects in material, workmanship and assembly, under normal use, in accordance with the specifications and warnings, for a period of one year from the date of purchase. This warranty extends only to the original purchaser of the product, and is not transferable. To exercise your rights under this warranty, you must provide proof of purchase in the form of an original sales receipt that shows the product name and the date of purchase. For customer support or to obtain warranty service, please visit our website www.philips.com/welcome or Contact Philips Customer Care Center at: 1-888-PHILIPS (1-888-744-5477) IN U.S.A., Puerto Rico, or U.S. virgin islands. 1-800-661- 6162 (French speaking), 1-888-PHILIPS (1- 888-744-5477) (English or Spanish speaking) in Canada. THERE ARE NO OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES. Philips liability is limited to repair or, at its sole option, replacement of the product. Incidental, special and consequential damages are disclaimed where permitted by law. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights that vary from state to state. Recycling Information for Customers Philips establishes technically and economically viable objectives to optimize the environmental performance of the organization’s product, service and activities. From the planning, design and production stages, Philips emphasizes the important of making products that can easily be recycled. At Philips, end-of-life management primarily entails participation in national take-back initiatives and recycling programs whenever possible, preferably in cooperation with competitors.
  • Page 34 • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ DPF technician for help. Caution: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Connections to this device must be made with shielded cables with metallic RFI/EMI connector hoods to maintain compliance with FCC Rules and Regulations. To prevent damage which may result in fire or shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain or excessive moisture. THIS CLASS B DIGITAL APPARATUS MEETS ALL REQUIREMENTS OF THE CANADIAN INTERFERENCE-CAUSING EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS. FCC Declaration of Conformity Model Number: 6FF3FP, 7FF3FP, 8FF3FP Trade Name: Philips 6FF3FP, 7FF3FP, 8FF3FP Responsible Party: Philips Consumer Electronics North America P.O. Box 671539 Marietta, GA 30006-0026 1-888-PHILIPS (744-5477) Service and Warranty...
  • Page 35 Declaration of Conformity for Products Marked with FCC Logo, United States Only This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Commission Federale de la Communication (FCC Declaration) Note: Cet équipement a été testé et déclaré conforme auxlimites des appareils numériques de class B,aux termes de l’article 15 Des règles de la FCC. Ces limites sont conçues de façon à fourir une protection raisonnable contre les interférences nuisibles dans le cadre d’une installation résidentielle. CET appareil produit, utilise et peut émettre des hyperfréquences qui, si l’appareil n’est pas installé et utilisé selon les consignes données, peuvent causer des interférences nuisibles aux communications radio. Cependant, rien ne peut garantir l’absence d’interférences dans le cadre d’une installation particulière. Si cet appareil est la cause d’interférences nuisibles pour la réception des signaux de radio ou de télévision, ce qui peut être décelé en fermant l’équipement, puis en le remettant en fonction, l’utilisateur pourrait essayer de corriger la situation en prenant les mesures suivantes: • Réorienter ou déplacer l’antenne de réception. • Augmenter la distance entre l’équipement et le récepteur. Service and Warranty • Brancher l’équipement sur un autre circuit que celui utilisé par le récepteur.
  • Page 36 North Europe Information (Nordic Countries) VARNING: FÖRSÄKRA DIG OM ATT HUVUDBRYTARE OCH UTTAG ÄR LÄTÅTKOMLIGA, NÄR DU STÄLLER DIN UTRUSTNING PÅPLATS. Placering/Ventilation ADVARSEL: SØRG VED PLACERINGEN FOR, AT NETLEDNINGENS STIK OG STIKKONTAKT ER NEMT TILGÆNGELIGE. Paikka/Ilmankierto VAROITUS: SIJOITA LAITE SITEN, ETTÄ VERKKOJOHTO VOIDAAN TARVITTAESSA HELPOSTI IRROTTAA PISTORASIASTA. Plassering/Ventilasjon ADVARSEL: NÅR DETTE UTSTYRET PLASSERES, MÅ DU PASSE PÅ AT KONTAKTENE FOR STØMTILFØRSEL ER LETTE Å NÅ. BSMI Notice (Taiwan Only) End-of-Life Disposal • Your new product contains materials that can be recycled and reused. Specialized companies can recycle your product to increase the amount of reusable materials and to minimize the amount to be disposed of. • Please find out about the local regulations on how to dispose of your old monitor from your local Philips dealer. • (For customers in Canada and U.S.A.) Dispose of in accordance to local-state and federal regulations. For additional information on recycling contact www.eia.org (Consumer Education Initiative) Service and Warranty...
  • Page 37 Waste Electronics and Electrical Equipment (WEEE) This product is labelled with this symbol in accordance with European Directive 2002/96/ EG to indicate that it must not be disposed of with your other household waste. Please check your local city office or waste disposal service for the return and recycling of this product. Waste Electronics and Electrical Equipment (WEEE) This product is labelled with this symbol in accordance with European Directive 2002/96/ EG to indicate that it must not be disposed of with your other household waste. Please check your local city office or waste disposal service for the return and recycling of this product. End of life directives - Recycling Your new DPF contains several materials that can be recycled for new uses. Votre nouveau téléviseur contient plusieurs matériaux qui peuvent être recyclés pour de nouvelles utilisations. Comme tous les produits ACL, cette appareille contenant une petit quantité de mercure, SVP se débarrasser en accord avac les lois fédéral et gouvernemental. Service and Warranty...
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