Puzzi 8/1 C
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A
2
1
MAX
3
MAX 50°C
CHEM
5
4
6
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2.
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7
8
MAX 2L
CHEM
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B
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C
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D
10
12 11
9
3
26 Seal on the lid
27 Fluff filter
Overview
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Quick start instructions
Start up
Illustration
1 Connect spray/suction hose to the elbow,
Connect spray/suction hose to the appliance
2 Prepare cleaning solution,
Fill up the fresh water tank
3 Select operating mode
4 Cleaning
5 Empty the fresh water tank
6 Empty wastewater container
7 Fill fresh water tank (without detergent),
Flush appliance
8 Clean lint trap,
Clean fresh water sieve
9 Allow appliance to dry
 Check high power cable, extension cables and hoses for damage every time
before use.
Device elements
Prepare cleaning solution
Illustration
1 Manual nozzle for upholstery cleaning
2 Hook for spray/suction hose
3 Holder for accessories
4 Power cord
5 Quick start instructions
6 Switch for spraying
7 Switch for vacuuming
8 Fresh water sieve
9 Casing
10 Nameplate
11 Steering roller
12 Spray hose connection
13 Suction hose connection
14 Nozzle mouth piece
15 Union joint
16 Cover
17 Fresh water tank
18 Carrying handle of the appliance
19 Bender
20 Lever on the manifold
21 Spray hose
22 Suction hose
23 Spray/suction hose
24 Dirt water reservoir, detachable
25 Carrying handle of the wastewater container
 DANGER
Health risk, risk of damage. Observe all indications on the detergent used.
 Mix fresh water and detergent in a clean
container (use the concentration recommended for the detergent).
Dissolve detergent in the water.
Note: Warm water (max. 50°C) will increase the cleaning effect. Verify the temperature resistance of the surface to be
cleaned.
Note: For considerate treatment of the environment use detergent economically.
Attaching the Accessories
 Attach the elbow to the hand nozzle and
hand-tighten the union nut on the elbow.
 Insert the suction hose into the suction
hose connection on the appliance.
Attach the coupling of the spray hose to
the spray hose connection of the appliance and snap in place.
 Connect the suction hose to the elbow.
Connect the coupling of the spray hose
with the manifold and snap in place.
Fill up fresh water reservoir
 Fill detergent solution into the fresh water reservoir. The fill level must not exceed the "MAX" mark.
Defoaming agent
Note: When cleaning previously shampooed carpets, foam is generated in the
wastewater container. This formation of
foam can be prevented by adding a defoaming agent.
 Put defoaming agent (optional accessory) into the wastewater container.
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 Remove the lid.
 Remove the wastewater container from
the appliance and drain it.
Operation
Turning on the Appliance
 Plug in the mains plug.
 Press the suction switch to turn on the
suction turbine.
 Press the spray switch to switch on the
spray pump.
Cleaning
ATTENTION
Risk of damage. Check the object to be
cleaned prior to using the appliance in an
inconspicuous place for colour fastness
and water resistance.
 Operate the lever on the manifold in order to spray the cleaning solution.
 Run across the surface to be cleaned in
overlapping paths. Pull the nozzle backwards (do not push).
 When changing nozzles, the hand nozzle can be put into the accessories
holder.
Turn off the appliance
 Switch off the spray and suction switches.
 Pull out the mains plug.
Empty wastewater container
 If the dirt water reservoir is full, switch
off the suction and spray switches.
 Remove the lid.
 Remove the wastewater container from
the appliance and drain it.
Empty the fresh water reservoir
 Turn off the appliance.
 Shortly activate the lever on bender to
decrease the pressure.
 Separate bender from the spray/suction
hose.
 Insert the suction hose into the fresh
water reservoir.
 Press the suction switch to turn on the
suction turbine.
 Empty the fresh water reservoir and
switch the appliance off.
Flush appliance
 Connect the elbow (with hand nozzle)
to the suction hose.
 Connect the coupling of the spray hose
with the manifold and snap in place.
 Fill approx. 2 litres of fresh water into
the fresh water reservoir.
Do not add any detergents.
 Press the spray switch to switch on the
spray pump.
 Hold hand nozzle over a drain.
 Activate lever on bender and flush the
appliance for appr. 1 to 2 minutes.
 Turn off the appliance.
After each operation
 Flush appliance.
 Empty the wastewater container and
clean it under running water.
 Empty the fresh water reservoir.
 Clean the outside of the appliance with
a damp cloth.
 Remove all water from the appliance
prior to longer periods of non-use to
avoid offensive odours.
 Allow appliance to dry thoroughly: Remove or move lid sideways.
Storing the Appliance
Illustration
 Coil the power cable around the carrying handle and the lid of the appliance.
 Place the appliance in a dry room and
secure it from unauthorized use.
Cleaning methods
Normal soiling
 Spray and suction off detergent solution
in one work cycle.
Note: Repeated suctioning without spraying will shorten the drying time.
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Strong soiling or stains
Detergent
 Apply detergent solution with suction
turbine turned off and soak for 10 to 15
minutes.
 Clean the surface just like with normal
soiling.
 In order to further improve the cleaning
result, the surface can be recleaned using clear, warm water.
Upholstery cleaning
 With sensitive materials, use less detergent and spray the surface at a distance
of approx. 200 mm. Then simply vacuum off.
Cleaning tips
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Highly soiled spots should be presoaked and the detergent solution
should soak 5 to 10 minutes.
Always work from the light to the shade
(from the window to the door).
Always work from the cleaned to the uncleaned surface.
The more sensitive the surface (oriental
rugs, berbers, upholstery material) the
lower the cleaning solution concentration should be.
Rugs with jute backing can shrink if too
much water is used and can bleed colours.
Brush high-fiber rugs in the direction of
the weave after cleaning (using a fiber
brush or a scrubber).
Water-proofing the fabric using Care
Tex RM 762 after the wet cleaning prevents a quick resoiling of the textile surface.
Do not step on cleaned surfaces until
they have dried and do not place furniture on them to avoid pressure spots or
rust stains.
Carpet and upholstery
cleaning
RM 760 powder
RM 760 tabs
RM 764 liquid
Defoaming
RM 761
Waterproofing carpets RM 762
For further information, please request
product information sheet and EU safety
data sheet of the relevant detergent.
Transport
몇 CAUTION
Risk of injury and damage! Observe the
weight of the appliance when you transport
it.
Illustration
 Insert the spray/suction hose into the
hook.
 When transporting in vehicles, secure
the appliance according to the guidelines from slipping and tipping over.
Storage
몇 CAUTION
Risk of injury and damage! Note the weight
of the appliance in case of storage.
This appliance must only be stored in interior rooms.
Care and maintenance
 DANGER
Danger of injury by electric shock.
First pull out the plug from the mains before
carrying out any tasks on the machine.
Clean the fluff filter
 Remove the lid.
 Remove the wastewater container from
the appliance.
 Regularly clean the lint trap using a
brush.
Cleaning the fresh water sieve
 Unscrew the fresh water sieve.
 Regularly clean the fresh water sieve
under running water.
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Cleaning the nozzle
Heavy formation of foam in the
wastewater container
 Unscrew the covering nut.
 Clean nozzle mouthpiece.
 Put defoaming agent (optional accessory) into the wastewater container.
Troubleshooting
 DANGER
– Danger of injury by electric shock.
First pull out the plug from the mains before carrying out any tasks on the machine.
– Get the electrical components checked
and repaired only by authorised customer service persons.
Appliance is not working
 Check the receptacle and the fuse of
the power supply.
 Check the power cable and the power
plug of the device.
 Turn on the appliance.
Customer Service
If malfunction can not be fixed, the device must be checked by customer service.
Accessories and Spare Parts
Only use original accessories and spare
parts, they ensure the safe and trouble-free
operation of the device.
For information about accessories and
spare parts, please visit www.kaercher.com.
Warranty
No water exiting from nozzle
 Fill up fresh water reservoir.
 Check the couplings on the spray hose
for proper seating.
 Clean or replace nozzle tip.
 Clean the sieve in the fresh water reservoir.
 Spray pump defective, contact aftersales service.
The warranty terms published by the relevant sales company are applicable in each
country. We will repair potential failures of
your appliance within the warranty period
free of charge, provided that such failure is
caused by faulty material or defects in manufacturing. In the event of a warranty claim
please contact your dealer or the nearest
authorized Customer Service centre.
Please submit the proof of purchase.
Spray stream one-sided
 Clean nozzle mouthpiece.
Insufficient vacuum performance
 Check the correct positioning of the lid.
 Clean seal on lid and surface on the appliance.
 Clean the fluff filter.
 Check suction hose for blockages;
clean if required.
Spray pump loud
 Fill up fresh water reservoir.
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EU Declaration of Conformity
We hereby declare that the machine described below complies with the relevant
basic safety and health requirements of the
EU Directives, both in its basic design and
construction as well as in the version put
into circulation by us. This declaration shall
cease to be valid if the machine is modified
without our prior approval.
Product:
Spray extraction device
Type:
1.100-xxx
Relevant EU Directives
2006/42/EC (+2009/127/EC)
2014/30/EU
2011/65/EU
Applied harmonized standards
EN 55014–1: 2006+A1: 2009+A2: 2011
EN 55014–2: 2015
EN 60335–1
EN 60335–2–68
EN 61000–3–2: 2014
EN 61000–3–3: 2013
EN 62233: 2008
EN 50581
Applied national standards
The undersigned act on behalf and under
the power of attorney of the company management.
CEO
Head of Approbation
Authorised Documentation Representative
S. Reiser
Alfred Kärcher GmbH Co. KG
Alfred-Kärcher-Str. 28 - 40
71364 Winnenden (Germany)
Phone: +49 7195 14-0
Fax: +49 7195 14-2212
Winnenden, 2016/01/01
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Technical specifications
Mains voltage
Frequency
Type of protection
Protective class
V
Hz
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Puzzi 8/1 C
220-240
1~ 50-60
IPX4
II
Blower motor performance (max)
Nominal performance of blower motor
Air volume (max.)
Negative pressure (max.)
Spray pump performance
Spray pressure
Spray pressure (max.)
Spray volume
Temperature of the cleaning solution (max.)
Filling quantity of fresh water
Fill volume wastewater
Length x width x height
Typical operating weight
Max. ambient temperature
Values determined to EN 60335-2-68
Sound pressure level LpA
Uncertainty KpA
Hand-arm vibration value
Uncertainty K
W
W
l/s
kPa (mbar)
W
MPa
MPa
I/min
°C
l
l
mm
kg
°C
1380
1200
61
23 (230)
40
0,1
0,3
1
50
8
7
575 x 330 x 445
9,8
+40
dB(A)
dB(A)
m/s2
m/s2
71
1
<2,5
0,2
Power cord
EU
GB
CH
H05VV-F 2x1,0 mm2
Part no.:
Cable length
6.647-263.0 7,5 m
6.647-264.0 7,5 m
6.647-265.0 7,5 m
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