Using the Palmperfect®: This shaver is recommended for use on the legs, underarms, bikini line, feet, etc. Before use, check the shaving head for damage. If signs of wear or damage are evident, do not use the shaver as injury may occur. It is not necessary to press hard when shaving your legs, underarms, or bikini line. Too much pressure while shaving may cause skin irritation, and the shaver will not function properly. For wet shaving, a thin layer of soap or shaving cream may be applied to the skin before shaving, but it is not recommended. Skin should be clean for dry shaving. Cleaning: Always clean the Palmperfect® with the power turned off. You can expose the device to running water for cleaning, but it should never be completely submerged. The blade assembly can be pulled from the unit and rinsed under running water. Both the blade assembly and area around the blades should also be wiped clean with a soft, dry cloth. For the best performance, we suggest lightly oiling the shaving head from time to time by spreading a drop of mineral oil over the foil and trimmers. Batteries: The Palmperfect® requires two (2) 'AAA' 1.5 volt alkaline batteries for operation. Do not use old or damaged batteries. Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium) batteries. Battery installation/replacement: 1. Twist the clasp in the direction of the arrows indicated on the battery door to remove the battery compartment cover (fig. 1). 2. Insert the batteries according to the polarity markings above the battery compartment (fig. 2). 3. Line up the dash (-) lines on both the battery door and the shaver body to push the battery compartment cover back into the shaver. 4. Turn the clasp back to its original position to secure the battery door in place. Note: the battery compartment cover will only fit in one direction. The shaver will not operate if the batteries are improperly installed. Replace the batteries as soon as you notice the device is running slower than normal, otherwise hair pulling may occur.
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