Philips 107C manual

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    electronic user's manual file:///D|/EDFU/crt_17_5/edoc/ENGLISH/107C/manual.html7/15/2004 4:18:0[...]

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    Safety & Troubleshooting Safety and Troubleshooting Information Safety Precautions and Maintenan[...]

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    About This Electronic User's Manual About This Electronic User's Manual About This Guide ?[...]

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    About This Electronic User's Manual ● Philips Color Monitor Quick Start Guide which summarize[...]

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    About This Electronic User's Manual RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE ©2003 Koninklijke Philips Electr[...]

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    107C Product Information Product Information Product Features • LightFrame™ for Windows • Tech[...]

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    107C Product Information Introduction Philips LightFrame™ feature enriches the experience of pictu[...]

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    107C Product Information 3) Now, follow the on-screen prompts to properly install the program. The s[...]

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    107C Product Information A: No. If you run LightFrame&trade ; 1 or 2 software with a Philips Lig[...]

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    107C Product Information which is capable of running the LightFrame™ 3 feature. Q:How can I tell w[...]

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    107C Product Information Q:Can I use LightFrame™ with Netscape? A: You can use LightFrame™ with [...]

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    107C Product Information RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE Technical Specifications* CRT • Size and deflec[...]

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    107C Product Information • Horizontal scanning 30 - 71 KHz • Vertical scanning 50 - 160 Hz VIDEO[...]

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    107C Product Information Exit this OSD. After this, please don't change the brightness or contr[...]

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    107C Product Information RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE Physical Specifications • Dimensions 15.6"[...]

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    107C Product Information Pin No. Assignment Pin No. Assignment 1 Red video input 9 +5V DDC supply 2 [...]

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    107C Product Information RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE file:///D|/EDFU/crt_17_5/edoc/ENGLISH/107C/PRODUC[...]

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    Installing your Monitor Installing your Monitor Front View • Rear View • 6G3B11 Multimedia Base [...]

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    Installing your Monitor "-" and "+" buttons, are used for adjusting the OSD of y[...]

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    Installing your Monitor 1. Power in - attach power cable here. 2. Video In - this is a cable which i[...]

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    On-Screen Display On-Screen Display Description of the On-Screen Display • The OSD Tree • The OS[...]

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    On-Screen Display RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE The OSD Tree Below is an overall view of the structure o[...]

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    On-Screen Display RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE file:///D|/EDFU/crt_17_5/edoc/ENGLISH/OSD_2/OSDDESC.HTM [...]

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    On-Screen Display file:///D|/EDFU/crt_17_5/edoc/ENGLISH/OSD_2/OSDDESC.HTM (4 of 4)7/15/2004 4:20:23 [...]

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    Customer Care and Warranty Customer Care & Warranty PLEASE SELECT YOUR COUNTRY/AREA TO READ THE [...]

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    Frequently Asked Questions Frequently Asked Questions 1. What does the "Designed for Windows&qu[...]

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    Frequently Asked Questions 6. What models are Mac compatible? All listed Philips monitors are Mac co[...]

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    Frequently Asked Questions Energy Saving: MPRII: No requirement. TCO92: Standby mode < 30W, Off m[...]

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    Frequently Asked Questions "Refresh rate" describes the number of times an entire screen i[...]

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    Frequently Asked Questions Simply press OK button then select "Reset to factory settings" [...]

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    Frequently Asked Questions 19. Will anyone else have this? LightFrame  was invented, developed an[...]

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    Frequently Asked Questions Philips exclusive LightFrame  feature requires the combined operation [...]

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    Frequently Asked Questions 26. Which models can be incorporated with the Multimedia Base? The follow[...]

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    Frequently Asked Questions of years, the monitor's brightness deteriorates to below 50% of its [...]

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    Frequently Asked Questions Auto Calibrate is currently available in the new 201P, 201B and 109P. 35.[...]

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    Frequently Asked Questions ● Some monitors have a Moire cancellation feature, activate it to the o[...]

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    Frequently Asked Questions 42. How do I adjust the picture on the screen? Please perform the followi[...]

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    Frequently Asked Questions 45. I have noticed two thin horizontal lines on the screen of my Philips [...]

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    Frequently Asked Questions 49. Why is there no picture on my monitor even though the power LED is gr[...]

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    Glossary Glossary A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A Autoscan A microprocessor-ba[...]

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    Glossary RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE C CE Mark CE mark is displayed on products per EMC and LV ( low V[...]

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    Glossary a picture is set by the brightness of the unexcited phosphor, which is governed by the degr[...]

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    Glossary Cathode-ray tube - the general term for all tubes in which one or more electron beams emitt[...]

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    Glossary The three levels developed for Plug & play are: (1) DDC1, monitor send data to the PC; [...]

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    Glossary Dot rate Frequency in MHz of the dot clock. It is a measure of the speed with which data is[...]

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    Glossary two important standards both derived from regulations originally laid down by Swedish autho[...]

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    Glossary problem can, however, be eliminated by increasing the refresh rate (number of frames/second[...]

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    Glossary INF file (Information File) Information (INF) files store information in a specific format.[...]

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    Glossary L Linearity The degree to measure the actual location of a pixel on the screen corresponds [...]

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    Glossary Alternating fields generated by the deflection yoke. These are subject to increasing attent[...]

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    Glossary N Non-interlaced See Interlaced/non-interlaced. RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE O OSD (On Screen [...]

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    Glossary Parallelogram Distortion See Geometric distortion. Phosphor Generic name for the class of s[...]

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    Glossary Plug-and-Play See DDC. See USB section. RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE R Raster The area on scre[...]

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    Glossary S Screen coatings Anti-Static coatings Due to bombardment by beam electrons, monitor screen[...]

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    Glossary ARAS is one of the most effective anti-reflection/anti-static screen treatments currently a[...]

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    Glossary common: SOG (Synchronization On Green) A properly functioning color monitor requires five k[...]

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    Glossary T TCO See Electromagnetic radiation standards. Tilt function See rotation function. Trapezo[...]

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    Glossary ● USB eliminates "case angst" -- the fear of removing the computer case to inst[...]

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    Glossary for example, a data/FAX modem device. Devices may be physical, electrical, addressable, and[...]

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    Glossary V Vertical dot pitch See Dot pitch. Vertical scanning frequency Expressed in Hz, this is th[...]

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    Glossary A card equipped with a character or graphic generator and video memory, which maps to the s[...]

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    Download and Print Download and Print This page provides an option to read the manual in .pdf format[...]

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    Download and Print 107P.pdf 107S.pdf 107T.pdf 107X.pdf file:///D|/EDFU/crt_17_5/edoc/ENGLISH/DOWNLOA[...]

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    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Safety Precautions and Maintenance • Troubleshooting • Regulator[...]

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    Troubleshooting No color or intermittent color ● If you are using a non-VESA-DDC standard video ca[...]

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    Troubleshooting For further assistance, refer to the Consumer Information Centers list to contact yo[...]

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    Regulatory Information Regulatory Information TCO '99 Information • TCO'99 Environmental[...]

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    Regulatory Information There are also other characteristics of a computer, such as energy consumptio[...]

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    Regulatory Information RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE Environmental Requirements Flame retardants Flame r[...]

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    Regulatory Information manufacture and assembly of the product. CFCs (freons) are sometimes used for[...]

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    Regulatory Information ● Good visual ergonomics and image quality in order to improve the working [...]

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    Regulatory Information Recycling Information for Customers Philips establishes technically and econo[...]

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    Regulatory Information RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE CE Declaration of Conformity ● Philips Consumer E[...]

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    Regulatory Information This monitor is equipped with a function for saving energy which supports the[...]

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    Regulatory Information ● Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to [...]

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    Regulatory Information Toutes modifications n'ayant pas reçu l'approbation des services c[...]

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    Regulatory Information Class B ITE RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE MIC Notice (South Korea Only) Class B D[...]

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    Regulatory Information Polish Center for Testing and Certification Notice The equipment should draw [...]

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    Regulatory Information North Europe Information (Nordic Countries) Placering/Ventilation VARNING: F?[...]

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    Regulatory Information BSMI Notice (Taiwan Only) RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE Ergonomie Hinweis (nur De[...]

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    Regulatory Information RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE End-of-Life Disposal Your new monitor contains mate[...]

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    Regulatory Information 3. Refit the fuse cover. If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket o[...]

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    Regulatory Information Before replacing the plug cover, make certain that the cord grip is clamped o[...]

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    Other Related Information Other Related Information Safety Precautions and Maintenance • Troublesh[...]

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    6G3B11 Multimedia Base (option) 6G3B11 Multimedia Base (option) Front View • Rear View • Technic[...]

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    6G3B11 Multimedia Base (option) C. Headphone jack Attach your headphones here. The loudspeakers will[...]

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    6G3B11 Multimedia Base (option) 1. To INSTALL ● Slide the pedestal, aligning with the holes on the[...]

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    6G3B11 Multimedia Base (option) Multimedia Base PC power cord. DC input Transformer PC Power outlet [...]

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    6G3B11 Multimedia Base (option) RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE file:///D|/EDFU/crt_17_5/edoc/ENGLISH/INST[...]

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    The OSD Controls The OSD Controls Description of the On-Screen Display • The OSD Tree The OSD Cont[...]

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    The OSD Controls To adjust your screen's contrast, follow the steps bellow. Contrast is the dif[...]

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    The OSD Controls 3) Press the or button until the desired language is highlighted. 4) Press the butt[...]

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    The OSD Controls ZOOM increases or decreases the size of the images on your screen. To adjust the ZO[...]

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    The OSD Controls CONTROLS window. CLOSE MAIN CONTROLS will be highlighted. RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE[...]

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    The OSD Controls 4) Press the or button to move the image to the left or right. 5) When the position[...]

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    The OSD Controls ADJUST VERTICAL ADJUST POSITION under ADJUST VERTICAL shifts the image on your scre[...]

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    The OSD Controls 4) Press the or button to move the image up or down. 5) When the position is adjust[...]

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    The OSD Controls RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE ADJUST SHAPE ADJUST SIDE CURVE ADJUST SIDE CURVE under AD[...]

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    The OSD Controls 4) Press the button. The SIDE CURVE window appears. PINCUSHION should be highlighte[...]

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    The OSD Controls 7) To adjust the balanced pincushion, press the or button.Press to confirm. 8) When[...]

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    The OSD Controls 3) Press the button. The ADJUST SHAPE window appears. ADJUST SIDE CURVE should be h[...]

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    The OSD Controls 6) To adjust the trapezoid, press the or button. 7) When the trapezoid is adjusted,[...]

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    The OSD Controls ROTATE IMAGE is highlighted. ROTATE IMAGE (Not available in all models) ROTATE IMAG[...]

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    The OSD Controls 5) Press the button. The ROTATE IMAGE window appears. ROTATE should be highlighted.[...]

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    The OSD Controls Wide Web, and playing video games. The third option is for PHOTO RETOUCH, which is [...]

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    The OSD Controls 4) Press the or button to highlight 9300K for GENERAL USE, 6500K for IMAGE MANAGEME[...]

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    The OSD Controls 6b) When finished with RED, press to confirm. Press the button to highlight GREEN. [...]

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    The OSD Controls 3) Press the button. The RESET TO FACTORY SETTINGS window appears. 4) Press the or [...]

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    The OSD Controls EXTRA CONTROLS DEGAUSS EXTRA CONTROLS is a set of three features, including DEGAUSS[...]

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    The OSD Controls 5) To degauss your screen, press the button. Your screen will be degaussed, then th[...]

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    The OSD Controls 3) Press the button. The EXTRA CONTROLS window appears. ADJUST MOIRE will be highli[...]

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    The OSD Controls press to confirm. 5) To adjust the horizontal moire, press the or button. 6) When t[...]

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    The OSD Controls CLOSE MAIN CONTROLS RETURN TO TOP OF THE PAGE file:///D|/EDFU/crt_17_5/edoc/ENGLISH[...]

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    F1rst Choice Warranty Your Philips F1rst Choice Warranty Thank you for purchasing this Philips monit[...]

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    F1rst Choice Warranty ● Repairs or product modifications and alterations have been executed by una[...]

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    F1rst Choice Warranty Having the following information available will also help speed up the process[...]

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    International Guarantee Your International Guarantee Dear Customer, Thank you for purchasing this Ph[...]

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    International Guarantee Website: http://www.philips.com file:///D|/EDFU/crt_17_5/edoc/ENGLISH/WARRAN[...]

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    United States Guarantee Philips F1rst Choice Warranty Thank you for purchasing this Philips monitor.[...]

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    United States Guarantee When the warranty on the original product expires, the warranty on all repla[...]

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    United States Guarantee TO GET WARRANTY SERVICE IN U.S.A., PUERTO RICO OR U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS... Con[...]

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    United States Guarantee This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other rights whi[...]

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    F1rst Choice Contact Information F1rst Choice Contact Information Telephone numbers: Austria 01 546 [...]

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    Consumer Information Centers Consumer Information Centers Antilles • Argentina • Australia • B[...]

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    Consumer Information Centers SLOVENIA PC HAND Brezovce 10 SI - 1236 Trzin Tel: +386 1 530 08 24 Emai[...]

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    Consumer Information Centers ARGENTINA Vedia 3892 Capital Federal CP:1430 Buenos Aires Phone: (011)-[...]

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    Consumer Information Centers PARAGUAY Philips del Paraguay S.A. Avenida Artigas 1513 Casilla de Corr[...]

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    Consumer Information Centers CANADA Philips Electronics Ltd. 281 Hillmount Road Markham Ontario, L6C[...]

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    Consumer Information Centers CHINA SHANHAI No. 1102 wuding road, jing an district, 200040 Shanghai, [...]

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    Consumer Information Centers 510070 Guangzhou, P.R. China Phone: 800 820 5128 (Toll Free) Fax:21-656[...]

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    Consumer Information Centers INDIA BOMBAY Philips India Customer Relation Centre Bandbox House 254-D[...]

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    Consumer Information Centers JAPAN Philips Consumer Electronics 1-11-9,Ebisuminami Shibuya-Ku Tokyo [...]

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    Consumer Information Centers Fax:(021)-772 1167 PHILIPPINES Philips Electronics and Lighting Inc. 10[...]

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    Consumer Information Centers MOROCCO Philips Electronique Maroc 304,BD Mohamed V Casablanca Phone: ([...]

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    Consumer Information Centers file:///D|/EDFU/crt_17_5/edoc/ENGLISH/WARRANTY/warcic.htm (12 of 12)7/1[...]

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    It Takes Only A Moment To PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT. Congratulations on investing in a Philips product[...]

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    RETURN THE ATTACHED CARD WITHIN TEN DAYS TO ENSURE YOUR: ✓ Warranty Verification ✓ Owner Confirm[...]