SC07F50 series
SC15F50 series
SC21F50 series
Vacuum Cleaner
user manual
✻ Before operating this unit, please read the instructions carefully.
✻ For indoor use only.
English
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safety information
SAFETY INFORMATION
WARNING
• Before operating the appliance, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for your
reference.
WARNING
• Because these following operating instructions cover various models, the characteristics of
your vacuum cleaner may differ slightly from those described in this manual.
CAUTION/WARNING SYMBOLS USED
WARNING
CAUTION
Indicates that a danger of death or serious injury exists.
Indicates that a risk of personal injury or material damage exists.
OTHER SYMBOLS USED
Represents something you must NOT do.
Represents something you must follow.
Indicates that you must disconnect the power plug from the socket.
WARNING
This vacuum cleaner is designed for household use only.
Do not use this vacuum cleaner to clean building waste and debris.
Regularly keep the filters in clean conditions to prevent of collecting fine dust in them.
Do not use this vacuum cleaner with any of the filters removed.
Failure to meet these requirements could cause damage to the internal parts and void
your warranty.
Notes on the energy label
• Declared energy efficiency and cleaning performance class on carpet or
in places where the carpet is used can be met with the enclosed "Eco
Carpet " brush.
• When the hard floor has joints and gaps, please use the enclosed "Eco
Hard Floor " brush which is designed to meet the energy efficiency and
cleaning performance class on hard floor with joints and gaps.
• The values provided on the energy label have been determinded
according to the prescribed measuring process (in accordance with
EN60312 - 1).
Eco Hard Floor
Eco Carpet
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safety information
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
GENERAL
• Read all instructions carefully. Before switching on, make sure
that the voltage of your electricity supply is the same as that
indicated on the rating plate on the bottom of the cleaner.
• WARNING : D
o not use the vacuum cleaner when rug or floor is
wet.
• Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by
or near children. Do not allow the vacuum cleaner to be used
as a toy. Do not allow the vacuum cleaner to run unattended at
any time. Use the vacuum cleaner only for its intended use as
described in these instructions.
• Do not use the vacuum cleaner without a dust bin.
Empty the dust bin before it is full in order to maintain the best
efficiency.
• Do not use the vacuum cleaner to pick up matches, live ashes or
cigarette butts. Keep the vacuum cleaner away from stoves and
other heat sources. Heat can deform and discolour the plastic
parts of the unit.
• Avoid picking up hard, sharp objects with the vacuum cleaner as
they may damage the cleaner parts.
Do not stand on the hose assembly. Do not put weight on the
hose.
Do not block the suction or the exhaust port.
• Switch the vacuum cleaner off on the body of the machine
before unplugging from the electrical outlet. Disconnect the plug
from the electrical outlet before emptying the dust bin. To avoid
damage, please remove the plug by grasping the plug itself, not
by pulling on the cord.
• This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and
above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental
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capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have
been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
The plug must be removed from the socket outlet before
cleaning or maintaining the appliance.
The use of an extension cord is not recommended.
If your vacuum cleaner is not operating correctly, switch off the
power supply and consult an authorized service agent.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer or its service agent or a similarly qualified person in
order to avoid a hazard.
Don’t carry the vacuum cleaner by holding the hose. Use the
handle on the vacuum cleaner set.
Unplug the cleaner when not in use. Turn off the power switch
before unplugging.
Do not use to suck up water.
Do not immerse in water for cleaning.
The hose should be checked regularly and must not be used if
damaged.
The vacuum cleaner handle contains electrical connections the
handle is not a serviceable part.
The current carrying hose handle contains electrical connections
is not a serviceable part by user.
Please contact the manufacturer or service center for a replacement.
UV BRUSH
• Since the UV rays from the UV Brush damage skin and eyes,
never allow the rays to make contact with skin or eyes and do
not let children or the elderly use the UV Brush. It may damage
your eyesight.
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• If the transparent window is broken and the UV rays are exposed
directly, turn the power off and contact the service center.
• Do not use the UV Brush for purposes other than the sterilization
of mattresses, bedclothes, beds, cushions and so on made from
material. The company will not be held liable for any loss due to
accidents from using the UV Brush for purposes other than its
original purpose as listed above.
• Do not sit on the UV Brush or drop it, and avoid imparting
impacts on the product. Failing to do so may result in injury or
product damage.
• Do not touch the power terminals on the back of the UV Brush
with a metal pin or rod. This may result in electric shock or fire.
• When the UV lamp is out of order, never disassemble or modify
the product yourself.
Please contact the manufacturer or service center for a
replacement.
• Since an internal discharge occurs within the UV Brush, never
use the product near an inflammable spray or substance.
• Take care not to touch the UV lamp window after using the
UV Brush for an extended period of time as the surface of the
window may be hot.
• The UV Brush may start slowly at a low temperature due to the
inherent characteristics of UV lamps. Please keep the UV Brush
indoors.
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contents
ASSEMBLING THE CLEANER
07
OPERATING THE CLEANER
08
FILTER AND TOOL
MAINTENANCE
13
08
08
10
11
Power cord
Power control
Using the UV brush(SC15F50U, SC21F50U Series)
Using the Dust Sensor (Option)
13
15
18
19
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21
22
Using accessory
Maintain floor tools
Cleaning the Dust Sensor (Option)
Emptying the dust bin
Cleaning the dust filter
Cleaning the dust filter
Cleaning the outlet filter
TROUBLESHOOTING
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assembling the cleaner
OPTION
01assembling the cleaner
• Please do not press the button of dust bin handle
when carrying machine.
• For storage, park the floor nozzle.
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operating the cleaner
POWER CORD
CAUTION
• When removing the plug from the electrical outlet, grasp the plug, not the
cord.
POWER CONTROL
Radio frequency remote-control (SC07F50H, SC15F50H, SC21F50H, SC15F50U,
SC21F50U Series)
HOSE (SC07F50H, SC15F50H, SC21F50H Series)
1. ON/OFF [ ] Button
-- Press the [ ] button to operate the vacuum cleaner. Press
again to stop the vacuum cleaner.
2. Suction [+], [-] Button
-- Press the [+] button to operate the vacuum to high suction
power. Press the [-] button to operate the vacuum to low
suction power.
sender
Handle Control
The cleaner is controlled by radio
frequency signals.
If no button is pressed for 30 minutes while cleaning, the safety device is activated and the
power is cut off.
In this case, press the [Power] button on the main unit or unplug and then plug the power cord
in again.
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HOSE (SC15F50U, SC21F50U Series)
sender
1. ON/OFF [ ] Button
-- Press the [ ] button to operate the vacuum cleaner. Press
again to stop the vacuum cleaner.
Handle Control
The cleaner is controlled by radio
frequency signals.
3. [BRUSH ON/OFF] Button
-- Press the [BRUSH ON/OFF] button to operate the UV Brush. Press again to stop the UV Brush.
If no button is pressed for 30 minutes while cleaning, the safety device is activated and the
power is cut off.
In this case, press the [Power] button on the main unit or unplug and then plug the power cord
in again.
Change the battery
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2. [SUCTION (-/+)] Button
-- Press the [SUCTION (-/+)] button to increase or decrease the
suction power. Each time you press the button, you gradually
increase the suction power. After the suction power reaches its
maximum, the next time you press the button, you return the
suction power to its minimum.
• When the vacuum cleaner does not work, replace the batteries.
If the problem persists, please contact our authorized dealer.
• Use 2 batteries of size AAA.
CAUTION
1. Never disassemble or recharge the batteries.
2. Never heat up the batteries or throw them into fire.
3. Do not reverse (+), (-) poles.
4. Dispose of the batteries property.
BATTERY TYPE : AAA Size
BODY
Press the power ON/OFF button repeatedly to start and to stop
the vacuum cleaner. (OFF → ON → OFF)
1
2
If the remote handle control is not working, the cleaner
can be operated using the ON/OFF button on the body
of the machine.

The ON/OFF button operates the vacuum cleanner or stops it.

The filter light is illuminated when the dust pack requires checking or emptying.
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operating the cleaner
Body-control type (SC07F50V, SC15F50V, SC21F50V Series)
-- HOSE
To reduce suction for leaning draperies, small rugs, and other
light fabrics, pull the tap air until the hole is open
-- BODY
To control power level, just slide the power control up and
down.
MIN = For delicate fabrics, e.g.net curtains.
MAX = For hard floors and heavily soiled carpets.
MAX
MIN
USING THE UV BRUSH (SC15F50U, SC21F50U SERIES)
1. Insert the brush into the hose handle.
• Insert the UV brush securely into the hose handle until you hear a “clicking”
sound.
2. Press the [BRUSH ON/OFF] button to start cleaning.
• Press the [BRUSH ON/OFF] button and choose the appropriate
suction strength for the cleaner.
• It is advisable to select the (Max) suction strength setting.
• UV sterilization cannot be activated by itself.
3. When you have finished UV cleaning, press the [ • Press the [ ] button to stop the cleaner.
] button.
-- For safety reasons, UV brushing only runs for 30 minutes and then stops
operating. To resume the operation, press the [SUCTION (-/+)] button again.
CAUTION
The UV brush, which is inserted into the hose handle (not directly connected to the telescopic
pipe), is dedicated for bedclothes.
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USING THE DUST SENSOR (OPTION)
Dust Sensor Operations
• Green : When the amount of
sucked in dust is small.
• Red : When the amount of
sucked in dust is large.
• The dust sensor is automatically turned on when the cleaner runs and turned off when the cleaner is
stopped.
• Since the dust sensor runs on battery power, there is no separate switch.
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• Indicates the amount of sucked in
dust so that users can experience
the successful operation of the
product while cleaning the room.
Installing the Batteries
1
2
Check the polarities
3
• If the dust sensor doesn't work even after cleaning the sensor, replace the batteries with new ones.
AAA type batteries are required.
CAUTION
• Do not disassemble or recharge the used batteries.
• Do not heat the batteries or put them in a fire.
• Check the polarities (+ ,-) before inserting the batteries.
• Put the used batteries into the battery recycle bin.
• When you are not using the product for an extended period of time, remove the batteries.
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Cleaning the dust sensor (Option)
• Since the dust sensor consists of sensitive electronic devices, if water or
other liquids enters the sensor, it may cause a problem.
• If you use the dust sensor without closing the battery compartment cover,
pollutants such as dust may accumulate in the compartment and cause
a problem. Therefore, be sure to use the product with the compartment
cover closed.
• Take care when you use the cleaner because the dust sensor may
malfunction or may break due to an impact.
Dust Sensor (2 EA)
Installing the Dust Sensor
• Assemble the dust sensor between the air inlet connector and the
extension pipe. (Recommended)
You can assemble the dust sensor between the extension pipe and the
hose.
The assembly position of
the dust sensor
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filter and tool maintenance
USING ACCESSORY
Pipe
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• Adjust the length of the telescopic pipe by sliding the length control
button located in the center of the telescopic pipe back and forth.
• To check for blockages, separate the telescopic pipe and adjust to
shorten. This allows for easier removal of waste clogging the tube.
Accessory (SC07F50H, SC15F50H. SC21F50H, SC15F50V, SC21F50V Series)
• To use the upholstery tool, push the accessory
on to the end of the hose handle.
• Pull out the button, to use the dusting brush.
• To use the crevice tool, push the accessory on
to the end of the hose handle in the opposite
direction.
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Accessories (SC15F50U, SC21F50U Series)
• Push the accessory onto the end of the hose
handle.
• Pull out the dusting brush to use the crevice tool.
• Push the accessory onto the end of the pipe.
• Pull out the dusting brush to use the crevice
tool.
Accessory (Option)
• Furniture brush for desk, Furniture and Floor.
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MAINTAIN FLOOR TOOLS
2-Step Brush
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Carpet Cleaning
Floor Cleaning
• Adjust the inlet lever according to the floor surface.
• Remove waste matter completely if the inlet is blocked.
Power Pet Plus Brush (Option)
For improved pickup
of pet hair and fibre on
carpets.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Frequent vacuuming of hair or pet fur may cause a reduction in rotation due to matters tangled around
the brush-roller. In this case, clean the brush-roller with care.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Push the Open button of the transparent screen cover to separate the cover.
Remove the brushbar from the transparent screen.
Remove waste matter such as dust and hair tangled around the brushbar using scissors.
Remove dust inside the brush housing using a dry duster or crevice tool.
Insert brushbar into rotating belt and assemble.
Click the transparent screen cover back into place to reassemble.
Parquet Master Brush (Option)
• Vacuum dust in wide area at once.
• Remove waste matter completely if the inlet is
blocked.
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Mini turbo brush (Option)
- To replace brush-roller
1. If a clog is present or debris is visible, unscrew the two screws on
the back of the Mini turbo brush to remove the faceplate and clear
any obstructions.
2. Inspect condition of brush-roller.
Replace brush-roller if brushes are worn down.
To remove brush-roller, pull up and out of end slots in nozzle
housing.
Insert ends of brush-roller into same slots to replace.
Inspect belt to ensure that it is in good condition.
If belt is broken or cracked, replace belt according to To Replace
Belt instructions.
3. Using at MAX.
Press the MAX button to operate the vacuum at maximum intake.
- To replace belt
1. Remove bottom plate.
See figure in To Replace brush-roller instructions.
2. Loop one end of new belt around shaft of pulley.
3. Loop other end of belt around designated area for it on brushroll.
Insert brush-roller into slots in nozzle housing.
See figure in To Replace brush-roller instructions.
4. Fit Mini turbo brush back together as described in To Replace
brush-roller instructions.
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To remove dust from the dust bin of the UV brush (SC15F50U, SC21F50U Series)
When you notice that the dust bin is filled, use the [Dust Removal] button to empty the dust bin.
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1. To remove dust from the dust bin, move the [Dust Removal] button
to the “Open” position.
-- While the cleaner is operating (suction), use the [Dust Removal]
button for this purpose.
2. When done, move the [Dust Removal] button to the “Close”
position.
-- When the [Dust Removal] button is in the “Open” position, the
suction power of the cleaner is reduced.
Cleaning the UV brush (Cleaning the brush-roller) (SC15F50U, SC21F50U Series)
Human and pet hair often becomes tangled in the brush-roller, causing a reduction in the rotary power of
the the brush-roller. To prevent this, clean the brush-roller on a regular basis.
1. Push the [Open Transparent Cover] button inward to remove the
cover.
2. Use the crevice tool to remove impurities such as dust and hair
from around the brush-roller.
3. When done, push the [Open Transparent Cover] button outward to
close the cover.
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maintain tools and filter
CLEANING THE DUST SENSOR (OPTION)
If the green light is not lit while cleaning
• Check if the hose, extension pipe or the air inlet is clogged and clean it if
necessary.
• Empty the dust bin of the cleaner or clean the filters.
If the red light does not light up when cleaning a dusty
location
• Clean the sensors (2EA) in the dust sensor block with a dry cloth.
CAUTION
Take care when you clean the sensors in the dust sensor block so that the sensors are not
damaged.
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EMPTYING THE DUST BIN
1
2
3
2
Once dust reaches the dust full
mark, empty the dust bin.
4
Take the dust bin out by pushing
the button.
5
Separate the dust bin cover by
twisting counter clockwise and
pulling the lid.
6
1
Click
2
Throw the dust away in the bin.
Close the dust bin by pushing lid
down and twisting clockwise
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1
Before use, push the dust
bin into the main body of the
vacuum cleaner until you hear
the “click” sound.
• Empty into a plastic bag.
(recommended for asthma/allergy sufferers)
You may rinse the dust bin with cold
water.
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CLEANING THE DUST FILTER
When to clean the dust filter
• The lamp will turn red when suction is
reduced. If the light comes on, please
clean the dust filter.
• Turn the vacuum power to ‘MAX’.
Body Control
Handle Control
• If the filter check indicator turns red with the inlet floating 10cm above
flat floor, clean the dust pack.
When suction is noticeably reduced continuously or vacuum cleaner abnormally overheats,
please clean the dust pack.
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CLEANING THE DUST FILTER
1
2
4
Pull the dust bin cover to open.
5
Shake the filter over a garbage
can to remove loose dust, then
wash the filter with cold water.
Let the filter dry in the shade for
more than 12 hours.
7
Remove the filter from the dust
bin.
6
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Take the dust bin out.
3
Put the filter into the dust bin in
the correct orientation.
8
Close the dust bin cover.
To close the dust bin cover,
filter should be assembled.
Before use, push the dust
bin into the main body of the
vacuum cleaner until you hear
the “click” sound.
Make sure the filter is completely dry before putting it back into the
vacuum cleaner. Allow 12 hours for it to dry.
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CLEANING THE OUTLET FILTER
1
2
Remove the fixed frame part at
the back of the main body.
4
Pull out the filter using the tab.
3
Pull out the micro filter
5
Clean the filter By tapping the
filters against a hard surface
(dust bin).
Put the filter and frame part into the main body.
• When suction is noticeably reduced continuously or vacuum cleaner abnormally overheats,
please clean the outlet filter. Note. Do not wash filter.
If cleaning does not resolve the problem Please replace blocked out filter.
• Replacement filters are available at your local Samsung distributor.
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troubleshooting
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
Motor does not start.
• Check cable, plug and socket.
• Leave to cool.
Low or decreasing
suction.
• Please check filter and, if required, clean as illustrated in the
instructions. if filters are out of condition change them to new ones.
Cord does not rewind
fully.
• Pull the cord out 2-3 m and push down the cord rewind button.
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Suction force is gradually
• Check for blockage and remove.
decreasing.
Vacuum cleaner dows not
• Check hose and replace if required.
pick up dirt.
Body overheating.
• Please check filters, if required clean as illustrated in the instruction.
Static electicity
discharge.
• Please decrease power suction.
• This can also occur when air in the room is very dry.
Please ventilate the room to air humidity become a normal.
This Vacuum cleaner is approved the following.
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive : 2004/108/EEC
Low Voltage Directive : 2006/95/EC
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Product fiche
[English]
According to Commission Regulation (EU) No 665/2013 and No 666/2013
A Supplier
B Model
C Energy Efficiency Class
Samsung Electronics., Co. Ltd
SC15F50HT SC15F50HU SC15F50UW SC15F50V3 SC07F50HV SC07F50HX SC07F50V3
E
E
A
48
52
28
C
C
D
F Performance Class
C
C
A
G Dust Re-Emission Class
A
A
A
80
80
78
1300
1300
600
Annual Energy
D Consumption (kWh/yr)
Carpet Cleaning
E Performance Class
Hardfloor Cleaning
Sound Power Level
H (dBA)
I
Rated Input Power (W)
J Type
General purpose vacuum cleaner
1) Indicative annual energy consumption (kWh per year), based on 50 cleaning tasks.
Actual annual energy consumption will depend on how the appliance is used.
2) Measurements for power consumption and performance are based on methods in EN
60312 - 1 and EN 60704.
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memo
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If you have any questions or comments relating to Samsung products,
please contact the SAMSUNG customer care center.
COUNTRY
CUSTOMER CARE CENTER
WEB SITE
U.K
0330 SAMSUNG (7267864)
www.samsung.com
SOUTH AFRICA
0860 7267864 (SAMSUNG)
www.samsung.com
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