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tes). • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 99570740_D16_Box.indd 799570740_D16_Box.indd 704.06.2010 12:05:41 Uhr04.06.2010 12:05:41 Uhr8 When the rechargeable battery is low, the red charge indicator (D) light starts flashing after turning off. For everyday use, the toothbrush handle can be stored on the charging unit to maintain it at full power. Overcharging is impossible. However, for environmental reasons, Oral-B recommends to unplug the charger until the next recharge is required. To maintain the maximum capacity of the rechargeable battery, unplug the charging unit and fully discharge the handle with regular use at least every 6 months. Specifications Power supply: see bottom of charging unit Handle voltage: 1.2 V Using the toothbrush You can use any kind of toothpaste. To avoid splashing, guide the brush head to your teeth before switching on the appliance. Guide the brush head from tooth to tooth, spending a few seconds on each tooth surface. Brush the gums as well as the teeth, first the outsides, then the insides and finally the chewing surfaces. Do not press too hard or scrub (1). Pressure Sensor To promote optimal brushing your toothbrush has a pressure control feature installed. If too much pressure is applied, the oscillating movement of the brush head will continue but the pulsation will stop. In addition you will also hear a different sound while brushing. Professional Timer A short stuttering sound at 30-second intervals reminds you to brush equally all four quadrants of your mouth. A long stuttering sound indicates the end of the professionally recommended 2-minute brushing time. The elapsed brushing time is memorised when the handle is briefly switched off during brushing. When pau...

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