Philips Luxury A6 BW New branding Electric Toothbrush featured

Philips Luxury A6 BW New branding Electric Toothbrush User Manual


Philips Luxury A6 BW New branding Electric Toothbrush User Manual

Philips Luxury A6 BW New branding Electric Toothbrush


  • Intensities
  • Easy Start
  • Brush head replacement reminder
  • Pressure sensor
  • Quad pacer
  • Smart Time
Activating or deactivating features

You can activate or deactivate the following features of your toothbrush:

  • Easy Start
  • Brushed replacement reminder
  • Pressure sensor

To activate or deactivate these features, follow the instructions below:

Easy Start
  • Put the handle on the plugged-in
  • Press and hold the power on/off button while the handle remains on the
  • Keep the power on/off button pressed until you hear a single short beep (after 3 seconds).
  • Release the power on/off
  • Triple tone of low-med-high means the Easy Start feature has been activated. The battery level indicator light will also blink green 2 times to confirm activation.


  1. Key Features: This will outline the main features and technologies used in the toothbrush.
  2. Technical Specifications: Details like brush head type, brushing modes, battery life, charging time, and voltage compatibility.
  3. Included Accessories: Information about what comes in the package, such as brush heads, travel cases, and chargers.
  4. Warranty Information: Details on the warranty coverage for the specific model.


To troubleshoot any issues with your Philips electric toothbrush, I recommend the following general troubleshooting steps:

  1. Check the Battery: Ensure that the toothbrush is charged. If it’s not turning on, it may be out of battery. Charge it according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
  2. Check for Clogs: Inspect the toothbrush head and handle for any debris or obstructions that might be affecting its performance. Clean them thoroughly.
  3. Brush Head Replacement: Over time, toothbrush heads wear out and can affect the cleaning performance. If you’ve been using the same head for a while, consider replacing it with a new one.
  4. Check for Damage: Examine the toothbrush for any visible damage or wear. If you notice any, it might be time to contact Philips customer support or a service center for repairs.
  5. Reset the Toothbrush: Some electric toothbrushes have a reset function. Consult the user manual for your specific model to learn how to perform a reset.
  6. Contact Customer Support: If you’re unable to resolve the issue on your own or if you suspect there’s a product defect, contact Philips customer support for assistance. They can provide guidance on troubleshooting and warranty-related matters.
  7. Update Software (if applicable): Some high-end electric toothbrushes may have Bluetooth connectivity and a smartphone app. If yours has this feature and you’re experiencing issues, make sure you have the latest app version and firmware updates.

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