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PHILIPS HB568/01
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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

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Preparing for use ◗ For optimum comfort, use the appliance at an ambient temperature of approximately 18cC. Couch 1 It requires two people to assemble and move the tanning appliance. During assembly the tanning appliance becomes heavier and more difficult to move.We therefore advise you to assemble the tanning appliance at the place where it will be used. Make sure there is enough free space beside (at least 50 cm) and behind (at least 30 cm) the tanning appliance. 2 Put the couch on the floor with the lamps pointing downwards (fig. 2). 3 Push the legs firmly into the appropriate holes (fig. 3). Make sure the legs are mounted in the correct position, so that the socket is at the back. 4 Do not attempt to lift or tilt the couch by its legs! (fig. 4). 5 HB567 and HB568: Fasten the angle profile to the legs of the frame (fig. 5). 6 HB567 and HB568: Fasten the side panels to the legs of the frame (fig. 6). 7 HB567 and HB568: Push the front panel firmly against the frame until it curves (fig. 7). 8 HB567 and HB568: Fasten the front panel by means of nuts (fig. 8). 9 Lift the couch and turn it carefully onto its legs (fig. 9). Canopy 1 Ask someone else to help you and put the canopy onto a table with the lamps pointing downwards (fig. 10). 2 Assemble the two gas springs (fig. 11). 3 Turn the square tubes of the canopy to vertical position and lift the canopy from the table (fig. 12). 4 Slide the square tubes of the canopy into the square tubes of the couch (fig. 13). 5 Lie down on the couch (fig. 14). The distance between your body and the canopy should be approx. 20 cm. 6 If necessary, pull up the canopy a little and use a higher mounting hole to fasten the tubes of the canopy in the tubes of the couch (fig. 15). 7 The distance between the mounting holes is 4 cm (fig. 16). If the appliance is going to be used by more than one person, fasten the tubes at the highest mounting hole required to fit all persons. 8 HB567 and HB568: Fasten the back panel to the tubes of the canopy (fig. 17). The only purpose of the panels is to enhance the appearance of the appliance. 9 Only move the tanning appliance by carefully sliding its legs across the floor or by carefully lifting it slightly off the floor together with another person (fig. 18). 10 Remove the plastic foils from the acrylic sheets of the canopy and the couch (fig. 19). 11 Push the plug of the canopy in the socket of the couch (click!) (fig. 20). 12 The plug can be disconnected by means of a screwdriver in the manner shown in the picture (fig. 21). 13 Insert the mains plug into a wall socket (fig. 22). Using the appliance Tanning (HB566 and HB567) 1 Switch the appliance on by setting the required tanning time on the timer. For the correct tanning times, see 'Tanning sessions: how often and how long?' (fig. 23). Do not forget to put on the goggles provided. 2 Push the canopy backwards (fig. 24). 3 Lie down on the couch (fig. 25). HB567 only: Make sure your face is under the facial tanner when you lie down on the couch. 4 When you are lying on the couch, pull the canopy into a horizontal position (fig. 26). 5 When the set tanning time has elapsed, the lamps will be automatically switched off. ◗ HB567 only:You can switch the body cooling and the facial tanner on or off during the tanning session (fig. 27). Tanning (HB568) 1 Set the preferred tanning time by pressing the + or - button and then press the start button ∞. For the correct tanning times, see 'Tanning sessions: how often and how long?' (fig. 28). Keep the button pressed in to adjust the time more quickly. Do not forget to put on the goggles provided. 2 Push the canopy backwards (fig. 24). 3 Lie down on the couch (fig. 25). Make sure your face is under the facial tanner when you lie down on the couch.

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