Discontinue use if this product appears damaged in any way (brush head, handle, charger). This product contains no user-serviceable parts. Refer to chapter ‘Guarantee and service’ if your Sonicare no longer works properly or needs repair. Never use the charger if it has a damaged cord or plug.
If you have a pacemaker or other implanted device, contact your physician or the device manufacturer prior to use. Sonicare has been tested and is compliant with safety standards for electromagnetic devices. Consult your physician prior to using the Sonicare if you have medical concerns. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Your Sonicare (Fig.
3 solid green LEDs indicate that the toothbrush is fully charged. Note: If the battery charge of your Sonicare is low, you hear 3 beeps and 1 LED of the recharge gauge flashes yellow for 30 seconds after completing the brushing cycle.
Dental restorations (fillings, crowns, veneers) Brushing modes Sonicare automatically starts in the default Clean mode. Prior to turning on the Sonicare, press the mode button to toggle between modes. The selected brushing mode illuminates. Once a brushing mode has been selected, it remains active until another brushing mode is selected.
Massage Gentle gum stimulation (2 minutes). Note: When the Sonicare is used in clinical studies, the default 2-minute Clean mode must be selected. The handle has to be fully charged. Deactivate the Easy-start feature. For areas where excess staining occurs, an additional 30 seconds of brushing time can be spent to help remove stains.
ENGlISh Press and hold the mode button for 2 seconds. You hear 1 beep to indicate the Quadpacer has been deactivated or you hear 2 beeps to indicate the Quadpacer has been activated. Cord wrap on deluxe charger (select models) If your model includes the deluxe charger cover and base, the travel charger is pre-installed inside the cover.
Place the brush head on one of the 2 pegs in the sanitizer. Note: Only clean Sonicare ProResults brush heads in the sanitizer. Make sure the bristles of the brush head directly face the light bulb. Make sure the sanitizer is plugged into a live outlet of appropriate voltage.
ENGlISh Toothbrush handle Remove the brush head and rinse the metal shaft area with warm water. Do not push on the rubber seal on the metal shaft with sharp objects, as this may cause damage. Use a damp cloth to wipe the entire surface of the handle. Brush head Rinse the brush head and bristles after each use.
You can use the cord wrap to store the power cord in an organized manner. Replacement Brush head Replace Sonicare brush heads every 3 months to achieve optimal results. Use only Sonicare ProResults replacement brush heads. UV light bulb Replacement UV bulbs are available through your Sonicare Consumer Care Center in North America by calling 1-800-682-7664.
ENGlISh To deplete the rechargeable battery of any charge, remove the handle from the charger, turn on the Sonicare and let it run until it stops. Repeat this step until you can no longer switch on the Sonicare. Insert a screwdriver into the slot located at the bottom of the handle and turn counterclockwise to release the bottom cap.
Care Center in your country. Question Answer Why doesn’t the Sonicare You may need to recharge the Sonicare. Charge the Sonicare for toothbrush work? at least 24 hours. Make sure the Sonicare charger is plugged into a live electrical outlet and not into an outlet controlled by a light switch.
Sonicare? used at common worldwide voltages between 100-240V AC, at either 50 or 60Hz. All you need is a simple plug adapter. Travel tip: The Sonicare battery is designed to last up to 3 weeks between charges. 4235.020.3301.1.indd 15...