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Philips 7FF1WD/05 User Manual

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Index
Getting started
1.
Packing list
2.
Initial setup
Enjoying photos
3.
Viewing photos
4.
Copying photo
5.
Viewing photo slideshows
6.
Deleting and Rotating photos
Optimizing Photo Display
7.
Selecting brightness, languages and set time functions
8.
Checking Photo Display status
9.
Taking care of your Photo Display
Getting help
10.
Frequently asked questions
11.
Service and Warranty
Appendix
12.
Specification
13.
Philips Pixel Defect Policy
14.
Regulatory
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  • Page 1 Deleting and Rotating photos Optimizing Photo Display Selecting brightness, languages and set time functions Checking Photo Display status Taking care of your Photo Display Getting help Frequently asked questions Service and Warranty Appendix Specification Philips Pixel Defect Policy Regulatory file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/temp_Index.htm2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:01:50...
  • Page 2: Getting Started

    Packing List Getting started • Packing list • Initial setup Packing List Digital Photo Display What else you'll need Power outlet file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/a1_pack.htm (1 of 2)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:04:54 Photo display Stand Quick start guide User manual CD USB cable to Digital Camera Power adaptor (female A type plug) USB Cable to PC...
  • Page 3 Packing List ©2005 Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV All rights reserved. Reproduction, copying, use, modification, hiring, renting, public performance, transmission and/or broadcasting in whole or in part is prohibited without written consent of Philips Electronics NV file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/a1_pack.htm (2 of 2)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:04:54...
  • Page 4: Initial Setup

    • Initial setup Philips digital photo display can be placed either vertically or horizontally to fit the photos on display. Its internal rechargeable battery provides you the freedom to pass it around and show photos without the power cord. Or, you can place it somewhere in the room for constant photo display by connecting it to the main.
  • Page 5 Initial setup Locate control keys Use your photo display by pressing the control keys in the back. LCD display also shows the function icon for each key at the same position. C. Turning on Photo Display • Slide the power switch up to the ON position. The power LED will be green and the Startup screen will appear.
  • Page 6 Initial setup D. Choose your preferred language • Press the A menu with general settings for Photo Display will appear. • Use the • Use the selection. The new setting will be effective immediately. • Press file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/a2_initial.htm (3 of 4)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:04:55 key (the 3 key from the left on the rear of Photo Display) key to highlight Language and press the...
  • Page 7 Initial setup file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/a2_initial.htm (4 of 4)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:04:55...
  • Page 8: Enjoying Photos

    Viewing Photos Enjoying photos • Viewing photos • Copying photo Viewing Photos Viewing photo slideshows • When there is no memory card and digital camera is not connected to Photo Display, it • Deleting and Rotating displays photos stored inside. When a memory card is inserted or digital camera is actively photos connected to Photo Display, it will display photos from most recently connected media or device in a last-in, first-display order.
  • Page 9 Viewing Photos Each icon represents the function of the corresponding key in the rear of Photo Display. B Source of photos on screen C Current Photo D Current Photo number Slideshow icon (If shown, this photo will be shown in slideshow.) F Current photo number, same as D G Total photo count H Resolution of current photo (in pixels).
  • Page 10 Viewing Photos BROWSE—Manual viewing of photos one-by-one. (Displays size and date) Each icon represents the function of the corresponding key in the rear of Photo Display. Each icon represents the function of the corresponding key in the rear of Photo Display. B Source of photos on screen C Current Photo number file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/b1_view.htm (3 of 5)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È...
  • Page 11 Viewing Photos D Total photo count E Resolution of current photo (in pixels) F Date current photo was taken Viewing photos on Photo Display • Remove any memory card or digital camera connection from photo Display. Photos stored in the Photo Display will appear. Viewing photos from a memory card Insert the memory card into the slot in the frame: •...
  • Page 12 Viewing Photos CF Card SD/ MMC/MS Card Viewing photos from a digital camera Connect the supplied USB cable to Digital Camera to Photo Display. • Connect your digital camera to the USB cable that came with the camera. • Connect the two USB cables and switch on camera in play mode. •...
  • Page 13: Copying Photos

    Copying Photos Enjoying photos • Viewing photos • Copying photo Copying Photos Viewing photo slideshows • You can copy photos stored on a memory card, digital camera or PC to Photo Display. • Deleting and Rotating Photo Display will then internally store a resized copy of the original photo. This resized photos copy will remain inside Photo Display until you delete it from Photo Display.
  • Page 14 Copying Photos • Use the Do not remove the memory card or disconnect the camera before the copy screen disappears upon completion. If a warning message shows up indicating no free space for more photos, you may need to remove some already stored photos first before copying more photos. After the copy screen disappears upon completion, a resized copy of the photo is stored •...
  • Page 15 Copying Photos • Use the from copy list, and then press the Photos on the copy list are shown with a small copy icon Do not remove the memory card or disconnect the camera before the copy screen disappears upon completion. If a warning message shows up indicating no free space for more photos, you may need to remove some already stored photos first before copying more photos.
  • Page 16 Copying Photos To copy from PC to Photo Display Select photos to be transferred to Photo Display and copy these photos directly under • the root directory of Photo Display. NOTE: Only JPEG format photos are supported. Sub-directories are not supported. The number of photos accepted in this directory may be limited due to limited internal memory on Photo Display.
  • Page 17 Copying Photos Copying from one Photo Display to another Photo Display Turn on both Photo Displays. • Connect the source Photo Display - the one with the photos to be copied - with supplied • USB cable to PC. Connect the destination Photo Display - the one to which you want to transfer photos - •...
  • Page 18 Copying Photos RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/b2_copy.htm (6 of 6)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:04:59...
  • Page 19 Viewing Photo Slideshows Enjoying photos • Viewing photos • Copying photo Viewing Photo Slideshows Viewing photo slideshows • When you set the Photo Display view mode to Slideshow, it will automatically rotate the • Deleting and Rotating photo displayed on screen. You may handpick the photos for slideshow and choose photos slideshow frequency -–...
  • Page 20 Viewing Photo Slideshows • Press the Now your selected setting is confirmed. • Press Choosing slideshow frequency Note: This function applies to all photos. Turn on Photo Display • Press the • A menu with general settings for Photo Display will appear. •...
  • Page 21 Viewing Photo Slideshows • Use the to confirm. • Now your selected setting is confirmed. • Press Choosing transition effects Note: This function applies to all photos. Turn on Photo Display. • Press the • A menu with general settings for Photo Display will appear. •...
  • Page 22 Viewing Photo Slideshows • Use the Press Now your selected setting is confirmed. Press Choosing photo order Note: This function applies to all photos. Turn on Photo Display. • • Press the A menu with general settings for Photo Display will appear. •...
  • Page 23 Viewing Photo Slideshows A menu with general settings for Photo Display will appear. • Press file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/b3_slideshow.htm (5 of 7)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:05:00 key to select Slideshow settings; press key again to select Orientation.
  • Page 24 Viewing Photo Slideshows • Use the confirm your selection. Now your selected setting is confirmed. • Press Selecting correct photo orientation for Slideshow Turn on Photo Display and change the view mode to Browse or Thumbnail. • • Press the A menu with specific settings for the selected photo will appear.
  • Page 25 Viewing Photo Slideshows • Press to leave this menu. RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/b3_slideshow.htm (7 of 7)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:05:00...
  • Page 26 Deleting and Rotating photos Enjoying photos • Viewing photos • Copying photo Deleting and Rotating photos Viewing photo slideshows • Sometimes you may want to delete some photos stored on Photo Display or change the • Deleting and Rotating orientation of photos. Here is how: photos Rotating a photo Note: This function only applies to photos stored on Photo Display.
  • Page 27 Deleting and Rotating photos • Press the A menu with specific settings for the selected photo will appear. • Use the • Use the When you delete a photo, Photo Display will show status and return to Brose mode after •...
  • Page 28 Deleting and Rotating photos • Use the from delete list, and then press the Photos on the delete list are shown with a small delete icon After the delete screen disappears upon completion, all the photos on the delete list are •...
  • Page 29 Deleting and Rotating photos file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/b4_delete.htm (4 of 4)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:05:01...
  • Page 30 Selecting brightness, language and set time functions Optimizing Photo Display Selecting brightness, language • and set time functions Checking Photo Display status • Selecting brightness, language and set time functions Taking care of your photo • Display Use this section to select Photo Display brightness levels and on-screen information display language.
  • Page 31 Selecting brightness, language and set time functions A brightness bar with scales and current value will appear. • Use the the menu. Now your selected settings is confirmed. • Press Setting your local time Turn on Photo Display. • Press the •...
  • Page 32 Selecting brightness, language and set time functions • Use the • Press the A clock will appear for you to set Hours, Minute, and AM/PM. • Use the and use the • Press Now your settings are confirmed. • Press file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/c1_bright.htm (3 of 7)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È...
  • Page 33 Selecting brightness, language and set time functions Setting evening brightness level Local time must be set correctly before setting up this feature • Turn on Photo Display • Press the A menu with general settings for Photo Display will appear. •...
  • Page 34 Selecting brightness, language and set time functions • Press All brightness change during 6PM-6AM (through Brightness or 6PM-6AM Brightness) will be effective for the 12-hour evening time frame. Setting daily automatic turn-off and turn-on time Local time must be set correctly before setting up this feature. •...
  • Page 35 Selecting brightness, language and set time functions • Select Enabled and press • Move to Auto on at and press • Set the time to turn on Photo Display everyday and press • Move to Auto off and press • Set the time to turn off Photo Display everyday and Press Now you have completed the auto on/off setup for your Photo Display.
  • Page 36 Selecting brightness, language and set time functions • Press again to leave this menu. RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/c1_bright.htm (7 of 7)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:05:02...
  • Page 37: Checking Photo Display Status

    Checking Photo Display status Optimizing Photo Display Selecting brightness, • language and set time functions Checking Photo Display status Checking Photo Display status • Taking care of your photo • You may check the status of your Photo Display— whether the system is ON, if the battery Display is charging, how many more photos can be stored, how much battery power remains, which media are currently connected, or the Photo Display software version.
  • Page 38 Checking Photo Display status • Press file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/c2_check.htm (2 of 2)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:05:03 Free space: XX pics (Estimates of how many additional photos can be stored in Photo Display) Battery level: XX% (100% is fully charged; 0% is no power in battery) Connected media: (Lists all memory cards and digital camera actively connected to Photo Display) Firmware: (Photo Display software version)
  • Page 39: Taking Care Of Your Photo Display

    Taking care of your Photo Display Optimizing Photo Display Selecting brightness, • language and set time functions Taking care of your Photo Display Checking Photo Display status • Taking care of your photo • 1) Safe power-off Display Please do not switch on Photo Display during power-off. 2) Do not drop Photo Display is a complicated electronic device and cannot withstand shock from drops.
  • Page 40 Taking care of your Photo Display Temperature and humidity limitations Operating temperature: 0° ~ 45° (Celsius) / 32° ~ 113° (Fahrenheit) Humidity: 20% ~ 80% file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/c3_care.htm (2 of 2)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:05:03 RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE...
  • Page 41: Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently asked questions • Frequently asked questions Using Digital Photo Display • Troubleshooting Using Digital Photo Display Q: Is the LCD screen touch-enabled? A: The LCD screen is not touch-enabled. Please use the keys in the back to control Digital photo display. Q: Can I switch between different slideshows photos by using different memory cards? A: Yes.
  • Page 42 Frequently asked questions 10) Q: Can I increase the memory size to store more pictures on my DPD? A: No. The internal memory of DPD is fixed and cannot be expanded. However, you could switch between different photos by using different memory cards on DPD. Please note that photo rotation and slideshow orientation features are not supported for photos stored on memory cards or cameras because DPD only reads such photos but cannot change them.
  • Page 43 Frequently asked questions RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/d1_faq.htm (3 of 3)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:05:04...
  • Page 44: Service And Warranty

    12 months from date of purchase. This international Philips guarantee complements the existing national guarantee obligations to you of dealers and Philips in the country of purchase and does not affect your statutory rights as a customer.
  • Page 45 Philips dealer. In the event you require service whilst in another country a dealer address can be given to you by the Philips Consumer Help Desk in that country, the telephone and fax number of which can be found in the relevant part of this booklet.
  • Page 46: Specification

    Specification Specification Picture/Display Effective display area: 137 x 91 mm (5.4" x 3.6"), 6.5" diagonal Vertical dot pitch: 0.1905 mm Horizontal dot pitch: 0.1905 mm Resolution: 720 x 480 pixels Brightness: 200 nits Viewing angle (CR>5): Horizontal (-85°~85°), Vertical (-85°~85°) Backlight Half-Life time: 20,000 hours Connectivity Card reader: Built-in Secure digital (SD), Multimedia card (MMC), Memory stick (MS, MS...
  • Page 47 Specification file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/e1_spec.htm (2 of 4)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:05:05...
  • Page 48 Specification Secure digital (SD), Multimedia card (MMC), Memory stick (MS, MS Pro), Compact flash (CF) type I only Photo format supported Up to 12M pixels, JPEG photos following EXIF and DCF standards Memory size: 50 photos or more Placement supported: Landscape, Portrait Control buttons: 6 buttons Display mode Automatic slideshow, Full-Screen browse, Thumbnail browse Photo menu:...
  • Page 49 Specification RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/e1_spec.htm (4 of 4)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:05:05...
  • Page 50: Philips Pixel Defect Policy

    Philips Pixel Defect Policy Philips Pixel Defect Policy Philips strives to deliver the highest quality products. We use some of the industry's most advanced manufacturing processes and practice stringent quality control. However, pixel or sub pixel defects on the TFT LCD panels used in flat panel monitors are sometimes unavoidable. No...
  • Page 51 Proximity of Pixel Defects Because pixel and sub pixels defects of the same type that are near to one another may be more noticeable, Philips also specifies tolerances for the proximity of pixel defects. file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/e2_pixel.htm (2 of 4)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:05:06...
  • Page 52 Philips Pixel Defect Policy BRIGHT DOT DEFECTS MODEL 1 lit subpixel 2 adjacent lit subpixels 3 adjacent lit subpixels (one white pixel) Total bright dot defects of all types BLACK DOT DEFECTS MODEL 1 dark subpixel 2 adjacent dark subpixels...
  • Page 53 Philips Pixel Defect Policy file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/e2_pixel.htm (4 of 4)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:05:06...
  • Page 54: 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 55: Banned Substance Declaration

    Banned Substance Declaration This product comply with RoHs and Philips BSD (AR17-G04-5010-010) requirements CE Declaration of Conformity Philips Consumer Electronics declare under our responsibility that the product is in conformity with the following standards - EN60950:2000 (Safety requirement of Information Technology Equipment)
  • Page 56: Declaration Of Conformity For Products Marked With Fcc Logo, United States Only

    INTERFERENCE-CAUSING EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS. FCC Declaration of Conformity Model Number: 7FF1 Trade Name: Philips Responsible Party: Philips Consumer Electronics North America Declaration of Conformity for Products Marked with FCC Logo, United States Only file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/e3_reg.htm (3 of 9)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:05:08 This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
  • Page 57: Commission Federale De La Communication (Fcc Declaration)

    Regulatory 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) Réorienter ou déplacer l'antenne de réception.
  • Page 58: Vcci Notice (Japan Only)

    Regulatory EN 55022 Compliance (Czech Republic Only) VCCI Notice (Japan Only) This is a Class B product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference (VCCI) for Information technology equipment. If this equipment is used near a radio or television receiver in a domestic environment, it may cause radio Interference.
  • Page 59: Polish Center For Testing And Certification Notice

    Regulatory Polish Center for Testing and Certification Notice The equipment should draw power from a socket with an attached protection circuit (a three-prong socket). All equipment that works together (computer, monitor, printer, and so on) should have the same power supply source. The phasing conductor of the room's electrical installation should have a reserve short-circuit protection device in the form of a fuse with a nominal value no larger than 16 amperes (A).
  • Page 60 Regulatory Placering/Ventilation 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.
  • Page 61: End Of Life Disposal

    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.
  • Page 62 Regulatory file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/e3_reg.htm (9 of 9)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:05:08...
  • Page 63: What Is Covered

    12 months 24 months If the Philips Helpdesk concludes with you that the product is defective, contact the Philips dealer where you bought the product. In the event you require service whilst in another country, or your dealer no longer exists or no longer sells Philips products, contact our helpdesk for support to solve the problem.
  • Page 64 Note that for products that are not originally designed, manufactured, approved and/or authorized for usage within the country of use the Philips global warranty terms apply. Contact In order to avoid unnecessary inconvenience, we advise you to read the operating instructions carefully or go to the the Philips helpdesk.
  • Page 65 Service and Warranty Philips' customer help desks are located worldwide. Click here to access the Information. Or you can reach us via: Website: WESTERN EUROPE Country Austria Belgium Cyprus Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Ireland Italy Luxembourg The Netherlands Norway...
  • Page 66 Service and Warranty file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/d2_war.htm (4 of 4)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:05:51...
  • Page 67: Philips Limited Warranty

    When it is necessary for you to ship the product to Philips for exchange, you will pay the shipping cost for shipment to Philips. Philips will pay the shipping costs when returning a product to you.
  • Page 68 Consumer Infromation Centers Consumer Information Centers Antilles •Argentina •Australia •Bulgaria • Indonesia • Pakistan Montenegro • Ukraine Eastern Europe BELARUS Technical Center of JV IBA M. Bogdanovich str. 155 BY - 220040 Minsk Tel: +375 17 217 33 86 BULGARIA LAN Service 140, Mimi Balkanska Str.
  • Page 69 Consumer Infromation Centers CROATIA Renoprom d.o.o. Mlinska 5, Strmec HR - 41430 Samobor Tel: +385 1 333 0974 ESTONIA FUJITSU SERVICES OU Akadeemia tee 21G EE-12618 Tallinn Tel: +372 6519900 www.ee.invia.fujitsu.com HUNGARY Serware Szerviz Vizimolnár u. 2-4 HU - 1031 Budapest Tel: +36 1 2426331 Email: inbox@serware.hu www.serware.hu...
  • Page 70 SI - 1236 Trzin Tel: +386 1 530 08 24 Email: servis@pchand.si POLAND Zolter ul.Zytnia 1 PL - 05-500 Piaseczno Tel: +48 22 7501766 Email: servmonitor@zolter.com.pl www.zolter.com.pl RUSSIA Tel: +7 095 961-1111 Tel: 8-800-200-0880 Website: www.philips.ru file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/d4_wcic.htm (3 of 11)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:05:53...
  • Page 71 Vedia 3892 Capital Federal CP: 1430 Buenos Aires Phone/Fax: (011)-4544 2047 BRASIL Philips da Amazônia Ind. Elet. Ltda. Rua Verbo Divino, 1400-São Paulo-SP CEP-04719-002 Phones: 11 21210203 -São Paulo & 0800-701-0203-Other Regions without São Paulo City file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/d4_wcic.htm (4 of 11)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:05:53...
  • Page 72 Philips Chilena S.A. Avenida Santa Maria 0760 P.O. box 2687Santiago de Chile Phone: (02)-730 2000 Fax : (02)-777 6730 COLOMBIA Industrias Philips de Colombia S.A.-Division de Servicio CARRERA 15 Nr. 104-33 Bogota, Colombia Phone:(01)-8000 111001 (toll free) Fax : (01)-619-4300/619-4104...
  • Page 73 Rambla O'Higgins 5303 Montevideo Uruguay Phone: (598) 619 66 66 Fax: (598) 619 77 77 Customer Desk: Phone: 0004054176 VENEZUELA Industrias Venezolanas Philips S.A. Apartado Postal 1167 Caracas 1010-A Phone: (02) 2377575 Fax : (02) 2376420 Pacific AUSTRALIA Philips Consumer Electronics...
  • Page 74 Rm 1007, Hongyun Building, No. 501 Wuning road, 200063 Shanghai P.R. China Phone: 4008 800 008 Fax: 21-52710058 HONG KONG Philips Electronics Hong Kong Limited Consumer Service Unit A, 10/F. Park Sun Building 103-107 Wo Yi Hop Road Kwai Chung, N.T.
  • Page 75 Madras 600 006 NEW DELHI Customer Relation Centre 68, Shivaji Marg New Dehli 110 015 INDONESIA Philips Group of Companies in Indonesia Consumer Information Centre Jl.Buncit Raya Kav. 99-100 12510 Jakarta Phone: (021)-7940040 ext: 2100 Fax : (021)-794 7511 / 794 7539...
  • Page 76 PHILIPS ELECTRONICS & LIGHTING, INC. Consumer Electronics 48F PBCOM tower 6795 Ayala Avenue cor VA Rufino St. Salcedo Village 1227 Makati City, PHILS Phone: (02)-888 0572, Domestic Toll Free: 1-800-10-PHILIPS or 1-800-10-744 5477 Fax: (02)-888 0571 file:///D|/EDFU/Digital_photo_Display/edoc/PhotoDisplay/english/d4_wcic.htm (9 of 11)2005-08-02 ¤W¤È 11:05:53...
  • Page 77 Consumer Infromation Centers SINGAPORE Accord Customer Care Solutions Ltd Authorized Philips Service Center Consumer Service 620A Lorong 1 Toa Rayoh Singapore 319762 Tel: +65 6882 3999 Fax: +65 6250 8037 TAIWAN Philips Taiwan Ltd. Consumer Information Centre 13F, No. 3-1 Yuan Qu St., Nan Gang Dist.,...
  • Page 78 Consumer Infromation Centers SOUTH AFRICA PHILIPS SA (PTY) LTD Customer Care Center 195 Main Road Martindale, Johannesburg P.O. box 58088 Newville 2114 Telephone: +27 (0) 11 471 5194 Fax: +27 (0) 11 471 5123 E-mail: phonecare.za@philips.com Middle East DUBAI Philips Middle East B.V.