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WIDE AREA VACUUM
PARTS MANUAL
OPERATING & MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS
INTRODUCTION
READ THIS BOOK
This operator’s book has important information for the
use and safe operation of this machine. Read this book
carefully before starting the machine. Keep this book
and tell all operators to read the book. If you do not
follow the instructions, you can cause an injury or damage equipment, furniture or buildings.
For new books write to:
Hoover, Inc.
7500 Cochran Road
Glenwillow, OH 44139
For Service: (888) 321-1134 ext. 2554
Carefully inspect all components to ensure that there is
no concealed freight damage. If such damage is discovered, file a “CONCEALED DAMAGE REPORT” immediately with the delivering carrier.
The contents of this manual are based on the latest
product information available at the time of publication.
Hoover, Inc. reserves the right to make changes or improvements to its machines without notice.
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, RECORD THE
FOLLOWING IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
MODEL
SERIAL NUMBER
PART NUMBER
DATE PURCHASED
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS BOOK BEFORE
USING THIS MACHINE! If you do not understand, ask your supervisor.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury:
1. DO NOT USE THIS VACUUM FOR PICK UP OF WET DEBRIS.
2. Do not use outdoors or on wet surfaces.
3. Do not allow to be used as a toy. Close attention is necessary when used by or near children.
4. You must be trained to operate this machine. Operate this machine for its intended use only.
5. Do not operate this machine unless it is completely assembled. The dust bag and/or filters must
be in place. Use only manufacturer’s attachments.
6. Keep the machine and its electrical components dry. Do not subject to rain. Store the machine in
a dry building area. Clean the machine with a dry cloth only.
7. Machines can cause an explosion when near flammable materials and vapors. Do not use or
store this machine with or near fuels, grain dust, solvents, thinners, or other flammable materials.
Do not use flammables to clean this machine.
8. Do not pick up anything that is burning or smoking, such as cigarettes, matches or hot ashes.
9. Maintenance and repairs must be done by a qualified or authorized service center.
10. If the machine is not working as it should, has been dropped, damaged, left outdoors, or dropped
into water, return it to a service center.
11. Connect to a properly grounded outlet only (See Grounding Instructions).
12. To prevent electric shock, always remove the electrical plug from the electrical outlet before doing any repairs or maintenance and when leaving the machine unattended. Do not handle plug or
vacuum with wet hands.
13. Do not pull cord, use cord as a handle, close a door on cord, or pull cord around sharp edges or
corners. Keep cord away from heated surfaces. Do not use with damaged cord or plug.
14. Turn off all controls before unplugging.
15. Do not put objects into openings. Do not use with any opening blocked: keep free of dust, lint,
hair and anything that may reduce airflow.
16. Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers and all parts of the body away from openings and moving parts.
17. Make sure all labels, decals, warnings, cautions and instructions are fastened to the machine.
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Grounding Instructions
This machine must be grounded. If it should malfunction or break
down, grounding provides a path of least resistance for electric
current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This machine is equipped
with a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor and grounding plug. The plug must be inserted into an appropriate outlet that
is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local
codes and ordinances.
WARNING - Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. Check with a qualified
electrician or service person if you are in doubt as to whether the
outlet is properly grounded. Do not modify the plug provided with
the machine - if it will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed
by a qualified electrician.
This machine is for use on a nominal 120-volt circuit, and has a
grounded plug that looks like the plug illustrated in figure A. A
temporary adapter that looks like the adapter illustrated in figures B
and C may be used to connect this plug to a 2-pole receptacle as
shown in figure B if a properly grounded outlet is not available.
The temporary adapter should be used only until a properly
grounded outlet (figure A) can be installed by a qualified electrician. The green colored rigid ear, lug, or the like extending from the
adapter must be connected to a permanent ground such as a
properly grounded outlet box cover. Whenever the adapter is
used, it must be held in place by a metal screw.
NOTE: In Canada, the use of a temporary adapter is not permitted
by the Canadian Electrical Code
EXTENSION CORDS
Use only three-wire 14/3 or larger gauge approved extension
cords that have three-prong grounding type plugs and three-pole
receptacles that accept the appliance’s plug. Replace or repair
any damaged cords or plugs.
NOTE: Do not use adapters shown in figures B & C in Canada
When servicing, refer to authorized person only. Use only identical replacement parts.
Vacuum
Motor
Blk
Vacuum Switch
#911089
#1 Wht
Blk
Gr
Blk
Blk
Vacuum
Motor
Gr
Jumper
#911211
Blk
#3 Wht
#2 Wht
Brush Switch
#911089
Wire Conectors
(5 Locations)
#911179
Gr
Wht
Wht
Gr
Cord Assembly
#908086
3
Blk
Brush
Motor
OPERATING PROCEDURES
WARNING! For the safe operation of this machine
follow the instructions given in this booklet and
the training given by your supervisor. Failure to
do so can result in personal injury and/or damage
to machine and property!
OPERATION WITH TOOLS
DO NOT OPERATE MACHINE IN AN EXPLOSIVE ENVIRONMENT!
1. The brush and vacuum switches should be
turned OFF.
NEVER USE THIS MACHINE TO PICK UP VOLATILE
OR EXPLOSIVE MATERIALS!
2. Depress the foot pedal to the “ACCESSORY”
position.
The model shown in this manual is intended for commercial use.
3. Remove the rigid portion of the accessory hose
from its’ storage area in the handle and attach the
tool of choice.
PREPARATION
4. Turn the vacuum switch ON and begin.
Three on-board tools are available for the vacuum: the
dusting tool, crevice tool and turbo tool (page 6). Twenty
(20) feet of hose is provided which allows access to
rooms without moving the machine.
To prepare the machine for operation, make sure it is of
correct voltage and properly assembled. If in doubt,
ask your supervisor.
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Note: The vacuum switch should be OFF when switching the foot pedal between the accessory and the brush
positions.
If the vacuum is in its upright position (page 6), raise
the handle while supporting the vacuum, then
slowly lower the vacuum to the floor.
MAINTENANCE
ALWAYS turn the brush and vacuum motor switches
OFF and UNPLUG the power cord from the electrical outlet before doing any clean-up or repairs,
and when the machine is left unattended.
Properly install the filter bag in the vacuum:
Lift the cover from the machine. The filter bag inlet
is designed with a rubber gasket that fits securely
over the bag adapter (page 7) in the cover. First
push the filter bag inlet over the adapter on the cover.
Then from the outside of the cover reach inside the
adapter and push the gasket on the rest of the way.
Replace the filter bag when full.
AFTER EACH USE:
1. Vacuum filter bag: If the bag is full or damaged
install a new one.
Filter Bag, 10 Pack – Part Number 650602
Cloth Bag (optional) – Part Number 650601
OPERATION
2. Power cord and plug: Check for cuts or nicks; if
damaged, have the cord replaced at a factory authorized service center.
1. Plug the machine’s power cable into a properly grounded outlet (see Grounding Instructions).
2. The foot pedal should be raised to the “BRUSH”
position (page 8) for wide area vacuuming.
3. Casters and Wheels: Remove any strings or debris that may restrict the free movement of the casters.
3. Adjust the brush height with the lever located on
the rear of the machine near the floor (page 8).
4. Tools: Inspect the tools to ensure there is no obstruction of airflow. Remove any debris found.
4. Turn the vacuum switch ON (rocker switch on
operator’s right, page 7).
5. Brush: Remove any strings or debris. Replace if
becomes worn or damaged.
5. Turn the brush switch ON (rocker switch on
operator’s left, page 7) and begin vacuuming.
Storage: The handle may be folded down and the
machine stored upright to reduce storage space
requirements. Store the machine in a clean dry area.
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MAINTENANCE
WEEKLY:
VACUUM MOTOR MAINTENANCE:
UNPLUG BEFORE SERVICING.
Have the vacuum motors inspected annually by a factory authorized service technician. If the carbon brushes
are worn, they should be replaced. This service will
prolong the life of the motor.
1. Inspect and clean the two vacuum inlet filters.
Remove the cover from the machine. The filters are
now accessible (see page 10). They are constructed
of foam attached to a plastic mounting ring. Slide
the filters off and clean by shaking or vacuuming.
Replace if there are any rips, tears or can’t be
cleaned.
2. Inspect and clean the exhaust filter. It is located under the handle on the top of the machine
(see page 8). Remove the filter and clean by shaking, vacuuming or washing with water. Replace if
there are any rips, tears or if it can’t be cleaned.
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WIDE AREA VACUUM
Wand Recess Area
on Handle (Models after 11/07)
#201202 Bumper
#930005 Pop Rivet
(Image Enlarged)
Handle, Machine
#653901
Cover
#652304
Kit, Hopper Latch
#655001
Body, Machine
#651305
Hose
#440001310
Clamp with Screw
#S611A
Cuff (2)
#242402
Crevice Tool
#658802
Turbo Tool
#608844
Wand (2)
#659801
Dusting Tool
#658801
Tool Storage Bag
#650603
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SWITCH ASSEMBLY
Plate, Switch
#656602
Switch, Rocker 20 Amp (2)
#911089
Screw, #8x1/2 THP SMS (3)
#W136D1
Not Shown:
Lead Assembly, Switch
#911211
Brush Switch
Vacuum Switch
COVER ASSEMBLY
Bag Adapter
Bag Clamp Assembly Not Seen: Screws (2)
#962029
Clamps (2)
#1394
Nuts (2)
#920017
Handle
#653902
Screws, Handle (2)
#962119
Nut,10-20 ESNA S/S (2)
#920017
Brace
#658505
Screws, Brace (2)
#W343D
Not Shown:
Paper Vacuum Bags, 10 Pack
#440001304
Optional Cloth Bag
#440001305
Gasket, Cover
#653402
Cover
#652302
Cap, Handle (2)
#651501
WHEEL ASSEMBLY
Screw, 10-24x1 PHP
#W343D
Wheel, 10x1.75 Grey (2)
#229750
Shaft, Wheel
#657703
Snap Axle Cap (2)
#S482P
Nut, 10-20 ESNA S/S
#920017
7
Two (2) Sets:
Washer, Fibre (5 one side, 6 other side)
#509820
Washer, 7/16 Flat
#W120D
HANDLE & EXHAUST FILTER COMPONENTS
Not Shown (at top
of handle):
Clamp
#1394
Spring
#228331
Screw
#W343D
Jacknut
#920026
Clamp, Cable
#612001
Screw
#W343D
Handle
#653901
Two (2) Sets:
Bracket, Handle
#657201
Screw (2)
#W516D
Wiring Harness
#911210
Connectors (5)
#911179
Exhaust Filter
#440001307
Label, Warning
#615102
Cord Assembly, 75 Feet
#440001309
Strain Relief
Exhaust Filter
#508510
#440001307
Nut, 1/2 Pipe Lock
Screw, #8x1/2 THP (4)
#920619
#W136D
Screen, Filter
#658501
Sound Deadening
#658504
BRUSH ADJUSTMENT & FOOT PEDAL
Brush Height Adjustment
Assembly (detail on page 11)
#650903
Brush/Accessory Foot Pedal
#655101
Label, Brush Adjustment
#655108
Label, Brush Accessory
#655109
8
BRUSH ASSEMBLY
Shoe Brush
#657901
Two (2) Sets:
Bearing Housing
#654201
Screw, 8-32x3/8 Flat PH (2)
#962105
Screw, #8x1/2 THP (8)
#W136D
Pulley, Brush
#656901
Set Screw (2)
#W168D
Guard, Belt
#653602
Screw (4)
#W136D
Bearing (2)
#902035
Shoe End
#657902
Screw (3)
#W136D
Brush
#440001308
Brush Assembly
#650902
Includes Brush
with Shafts
for Service
Shaft, Short
#657702
Two (2) Sets,not shown:
Guard
#653601
Screw, #4x1/4 Type Z PH SMS(2)
#962144
Note: Brush Motor Internal Rectifier
#911066
Shaft, Long
#657701
Brush Motor
#655201
Support, Motor
#650801
Screws (4)
#962019
Bracket, Brush Motor
#658503
Three (3) Sets:
Screw
#962010
Washer, 1/4 Lock
#980002
Jack Nut, 1/4-20 Zinc
#920028
9
Belt, Drive
#440001311
Pulley, Motor
#656902
Set Screw (2)
#W168D
Two (2) Sets:
Screw, 1/4-20x1/2 HH
#W169D
Washer, 1/4 Lock
#980002
Washer, 1/4 Flat
#W104D
VACUUM MOTOR & FILTERS
Screw, 10-32x1/2 Type F
#962030 (230V Only)
Not Shown:
Washer (1)
#W124D
Lead Assembly, Green (2)
#911212
Washer (1)
#W124D
Gasket, Motor Mount (2)
#633403
Vacuum Motor, 115V (2)
#655204
Vacuum Motor, 230V (2)
#655205
Screw , Motor Mount (4)
#962089
Nut (4)
#W106D
Washer (4)
#W401D
(230V Only)
Vacuum Inlet Filters (2)
#440001306
Not Shown:
Gasket, Hopper
#653403
BOTTOM VIEW
10
FOOT PEDAL & VACUUM ADJUSTMENT ASSEMBLY
Nut, 1/4-20 (2)
#920011
Rod, Vacuum Adjustment
#657402
Cotter Pin
#A13507
Screws, #8x1/2 THP (4)
#W136D
Screws, 8-32x5/16 PHP MS(4)
#W500D
Plate
#652301
Foot Pedal (Lever for Door)
#655101
Plate, Vacuum Door
#652701
Gasket, Duct
#653401
Seal, Vacuum Door
#657601
Plate, Not Shown, Below Seal
#657202
BRUSH ADJUSTMENT ASSEMBLY
Two (2) Sets:
Screw
#962010
Washer, 1/4 Lock
#980002
Nut, 1/4-20 Zinc
#920025
Screw, #8x1/2 THP
#W136D
Support, Caster
#658502
Spring
#658302
Arm, Support (2)
#650301
Plate, Adjustment
#656601
Label, Brush
#655108
Two (2) Sets:
Nut, 6-32 Hex w/Nyloc
#W144D
Screw, 6-32x3/8 FHP
#W152D
Screw
#962057
Nut, Connecting
#920618
Arm, Caster Adjustment
#655110
Bracket
#652001
Screw, #8x1/2 THP
#W136D
Rod
#657403
Stop, Adjustment Rod (2)
#658506
Screw, 8-32x3/4 PHP (2)
#962066
Washer, 5/16 Fender Zinc
#W212D
Screw, #8x1/2 THP (2)
#W136D
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Two (2) Sets:
Caster
#659701
Washer, 3/8 Lock
#980009
Nut, 3/8-16 Hex
#920002
Four (4) Sets:
Screw, 1/4-20x3/4 HH
#W169D
Washer, 1/4 Lock
#980002
WARRANTY POLICY
GROUND COMMAND WIDE AREA VACUUM LIMITED WARRANTY
The Hoover Wide Area Vacuum has been manufactured, tested and inspected in accordance with specific engineering
requirements and is WARRANTED to be free from defects in workmanship and materials as follows:
Five (5) years parts, one (1) year labor – Rotational molded components.
One (1) year parts & labor – All other components unless excluded below.
This warranty extends to the original user/purchaser and only when used, operated and maintained in accordance with
Hoover Operating and Maintenance instructions.
This warranty does not apply to the following wear parts and accessories of the machine including:
Part Number
Part Name
440001304
Paper Bag Filters
440001305
Cloth Filter Bags
440001306
Filter
440001307
Exhaust Filter
440001308
Brush
440001309
Cord Assembly
440001310
Hose Assembly
440001311
Belt
Nor does it apply to damage or failure caused by improper use, abuse or neglect. Warranty credit or replacement of
return parts including motors, pumps, etc., is subject to incoming inspection of those items.
To secure repair under this warranty, the following procedure should be taken:
·
The inoperative machine or warranted parts must be delivered to the authorized dealer with shipping and delivery
charges prepaid. If unable to locate the Dealer, you may contact Hoover at the address listed herein for the
location of the nearest repair center or agent or for other instructions pertaining to your warranty difficulty.
·
Upon compliance with the above warranty procedure, all warranted repairs would be completed at no additional
charge or cost to the user.
·
Only Hoover or its authorized dealers and agents may make no charge warranty repairs on this product. All others
do so at their own risk.
This warranty limits Hoover liability to the repair of the product and/or warranted parts replacement and does not
include incidental or consequential damages arising from the use of a Hoover machine whether defective or not.
This warranty is in lieu of all other expressed or implied warranties and is extended to the original purchaser/user.
7500 Cochran Road • Glenwillow, OH 44139
Ph: (888) 321-1143
www.hoover.com
8/11
Part Number: 961130024
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