π H-7147 SANITAIRE® EON™ QUIET CLEAN® VACUUM

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SANITAIRE® EON™
QUIET CLEAN® VACUUM
1-800-295-5510
uline.com
SAFETY
NOTE: When using an electrical appliance,
basic precautions should always be followed,
including the following: READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE USING THIS VACUUM.
• Do not handle plug or vacuum with wet hands.
WARNING! To reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock or injury:
• Do not use outdoors or on wet surfaces.
• Vacuum creates suction and contains a revolving
brush roll. Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers and
all parts of body away from openings and moving
parts.
• Connect to a properly grounded outlet only. See
Grounding on page 2.
• Do not place vacuum on furniture or stairs, as the
brush roll may cause damage.
• Do not leave vacuum cleaner when plugged in.
Turn off and unplug when not in use and before
servicing.
• Use extra care when cleaning stairs.
• Always turn off vacuum before connecting or
disconnecting motorized nozzle.
• Do not use as a toy. Close attention is necessary
when used by or near children.
• Use only as described in these instructions. Use only
Uline's recommended attachments.
• Do not use with damaged cord or plug. If vacuum
is not working as it should, has been dropped,
damaged, left outdoors or dropped into water, call
Uline Customer Service at 1-800-295-1150.
• Do not pull or carry by cord. Do not use cord as
a handle. Do not close door on cord or pull cord
around sharp edges or corners. Do not run vacuum
over cord. Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
• Do not use extension cord or outlet with
inadequate current-carrying capacity.
• Turn off all controls before unplugging.
• Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp
the plug, not the cord.
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• Do not put foreign objects into openings. Do not
use with any opening blocked. Keep free of dust,
lint, hair and any material that reduces airflow.
• Place vacuum cleaner on floor with the handle in
storage position while using attachments.
• Do not use to pick up anything that is burning or
smoking, such as cigarettes, matches or hot ashes.
• Do not use without disposable dust bag and motor
filter in place.
• Belt pulleys can become hot during normal use. To
prevent burns, avoid touching the belt pulley when
servicing the drive belt.
• Do not use to pick up flammable or combustible
liquids, such as gasoline, or use in areas where
they may be present.
• Store vacuum indoors in a cool, dry area.
• Keep work area well lit.
• Unplug electrical appliances before vacuuming.
WARNING! Vacuum contains chemicals known
to the state of California to cause cancer, birth
defects or reproductive harm. Wash hands
after handling.
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SETUP
THERMAL CUTOFF
Figure 1
Vacuum cleaner has a thermostat that protects itself in
case of motor overheating.
Grounded
Outlet
Grounded
Outlet Box
If vacuum shuts off, turn off power switch, unplug and
complete the following:
1. Check for source of overheating, such as full dust
bag, blocked hose or clogged filter.
2. If conditions are found, fix them and wait at least 30
minutes before attempting to use vacuum.
Grounding
Pin
3. After 30 minutes, plug the vacuum in and turn on.
4. If the vacuum still does not run, call Uline Customer
Service at 1-800-295-5510.
2. Temporary adapter may be used to connect plug to
two-pole receptacle if properly grounded outlet is
not available. (See Figure 2)
GROUNDING
Vacuum must be grounded. If it malfunctions or breaks
down, grounding provides path of least resistance for
electric current to reduce the risk of shock. Vacuum
is equipped with cord that has equipment-grounding
conductor and grounding plug, and it must be plugged
into an appropriate outlet that is installed and grounded
in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
DANGER! Improper connection of an
equipment-grounding conductor can result in
risk of electric shock. Check with a qualified
electrician or service technician if in doubt
whether outlet is properly grounded. Do not
modify vacuum's plug. If it will not fit into
outlet, have proper outlet installed by qualified
technician.
NOTE: Temporary adapter should be used only
until properly grounded outlet can be installed
by a qualified electrician.
3. Green grounding screw tab extending from adapter
must be connected to permanent ground, such as
properly grounded outlet box. When adapter is in
use, it must be held in place by metal screw.
(See Figure 2)
Figure 2
Adapter
Grounded
Outlet Box
1. Use vacuum on nominal 120-volt circuit with
grounding plug. (See Figure 1)
Grounding
Screw Tab
PARTS
Handle
Assembly
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Wand with
Handle Grip
and Hose
Electrical
Cord
Upholstery
Tool
Crevice
Tool
Vacuum
Base
Dust Bag
Housing
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ASSEMBLY
Upper Cord Retainer
Cord Clip
Handle Assembly
Wand with Handle Grip and Hose
Inlet Clip
Handle Lock
Hose Inlet
Carrying Handle
Lower Cord Retainer
Crevice Tool
Quick Change
Power Cord
Upholstery Tool
Handle Release
1. Remove and identify all parts from carton. Make
sure all parts are present before disposing packing
materials.
2. Place vacuum base on flat surface with neck and
support lever in upright position.
4. Lift handle lock. Insert handle assembly into top of dust
bag housing and push down firmly. (See Figure 4)
Figure 4
3. Hold dust bag housing vertically and place over
neck and support lever. Push dust bag housing
down firmly to lock into place. (See Figure 3)
Figure 3
5. When handle assembly is inserted as far as it will go,
press down handle lock until it clicks into place.
NOTE: If handle is not pushed completely down,
vacuum will not start.
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ASSEMBLY CONTINUED
6. Insert wand with handle grip and hose into channel
at the back of vacuum. Place handle grip over tab
to latch into position. (See Figure 5)
8. Push remaining hose end into hose inlet. Inlet clip
will lock hose into place when fully inserted.
(See Figure 6)
9. Squeeze clip on both sides to remove hose.
(See Figure 6)
Figure 5
Figure 6
7. Smooth end of hose. It should fit loosely into wand.
10. Check placement of crevice tool and upholstery tool.
Both tools fit into recesses in the back of vacuum.
11. Attach extension cord to quick change power cord.
Press cord into clip to secure the connection.
12. Snap extension cord into cord clip on handle. Wrap
cord around upper and lower cord retainers.
OPERATION
CAUTION! Vacuum is designed to be used on
multiple types of carpeting. Do not attempt to
use with the brushroll operating on bare floors,
as damage to the floor covering may result.
POWER SWITCH
1. Plug electrical cord into outlet.
2. Press down bottom of power switch to turn on.
Expect a short delay when turning the vacuum
cleaner on. Press down top of power switch to turn
off. (See Figure 7)
HANDLE ADJUSTMENT
1. Step on handle release pedal to lower handle into
desired position). (See Figure 8)
2. Vacuum can lay completely flat for cleaning under
low furniture.
3. Lower handle without stepping on handle release
pedal to raise the brushroll/nozzle over thresholds.
(See Figure 8)
Figure 8
Figure 7
Off
On
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OPERATION CONTINUED
VACUUM CLEANER HEIGHT SETTING
WARNING! Avoid injury. Keep loose clothing,
hair, fingers and all other body parts away
from any moving part (such as the revolving
brush). Turn vacuum off and unplug before
changing the vacuum cleaner height setting.
2. To use the hose without the wand, pull wand handle
from docked position. Push lever and pull hose out
of wand. Attach desired tool. (See Figure 11)
Figure 11
1. Set height adjustment knob to lowest setting for
maximum cleaning. If vacuum is hard to push, turn
knob to next higher setting.
2. The brushroll must reach the carpet for effective
cleaning.
Figure 9
Carpet Height
Recommended
Setting
Position 1-2
Examples
of Carpet
Low Pile
Position 3
Medium Pile
Position 4
High Pile
3. After cleaning, return tools to storage position and
place hose end back into wand.
BAG FULL/CLOG INDICATOR
1. The red warning light at the base of the vacuum
indicates a full bag or a blockage. (See Figure 12)
Figure 12
CLEANING TOOLS
1. Grasp wand handle grip to lift wand up and out of
channel. Push tool onto end of wand and stretch out
the hose. (See Figure 10)
• Use crevice tool for corners, baseboards and
cushions.
• Use upholstery tool for stairs and cushions.
Figure 10
2. Turn vacuum off and unplug.
3. Check to see if dust bag is full. If yes, replace it.
4. If bag is not full, check for blockage in the hose,
brushroll or nozzle head near the vacuum's base.
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OPERATION CONTINUED
CLEANING AIR PATH
BRUSHROLL CHECK LIGHT
1. To check nozzle head, remove cover from air path
cleanout. Turn cover counterclockwise and pull off.
3. If red light stays off, brushroll is operating correctly.
2. Use finger to check for and clear debris.
(See Figure 13)
Figure 13
4. If red light turns on or brushroll stalls, vacuum will turn
off automatically.
5. Unplug electrical cord and turn power switch off to
reset.
6. Turn power switch on and wait one minute. After
turning switch on, expect a short delay before motor
starts.
7. Step on handle release pedal to lay vacuum flat;
turn over.
8. Check and clear any obstructions to the brushroll.
9. Use scissors to clip threads or strings. Remove
brushroll if needed. (See Figure 15)
Figure 15
3. Reposition air path cover and turn clockwise to
secure.
CLEARING WAND AND HOSE
1. Use a rod or similar blunt implement to clear a
blockage in wand or hose. (See Figure 14)
2. Sometimes an obstruction can be cleared by
squeezing or flexing hose. Use extreme care if risk of
glass, nails or other sharp objects imbedded in hose.
(See Figure 14)
NOTE: Warranty does not cover any damage to
hose caused by cleaning.
10. If there is no blockage, raise brushroll higher before
using again.
Figure 14
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MAINTENANCE
CAUTION! Turn off power switch and unplug
electrical cord before maintenance.
CHANGING DUST BAG
1. Lift up cover latch release and pull off cover.
(See Figure 16)
CLEANING/REPLACING PRE-MOTOR FILTER
Pre-motor filter is located under dust bag. Check filter
each time dust bag is changed. (See Figure 18)
Figure 18
2. Grasp dust bag clamp on both sides and squeeze
to release full dust bag. (See Figure 16)
Figure 16
5. Clean or replace as needed. Shake filter to remove
excess dust. If necessary, wash with water and mild
detergent.
6. Reinstall filter after completely dry.
REPLACING HEPA FILTER ASSEMBLY
3. To reassemble dust bag housing, align new dust
bag collar with slots in bag holder. Slide bag back
into position until it clicks. (See Figure 17) Align tabs
at bottom of dust bag cover with slots.
1. Step on handle release pedal and lay vacuum flat
for easy access to filter cover.
4. Press top of cover back toward vacuum body. Press
cover latch down. (See Figure 17)
2. Press tab to release HEPA filter cover and lift cover
off. (See Figure 19)
NOTE: Dust bag cover will not latch without a
dust bag installed.
3. Grasp tab and lift out filter. (See Figure 19)
Figure 19
Figure 17
4. Install new HEPA filter.
5. Match tabs with slots and press HEPA filter cover
back into place.
NOTE: Filter is washable and can be cleaned
by rinsing with warm water. Be sure it is
completely dry before installing.
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MAINTENANCE CONTINUED
REPLACING BRUSHROLL
CAUTION! Ensure vacuum is turned off and
unplugged before replacing the brushroll.
3. Rotate brushroll forward (clockwise) and lift out.
Remove debris. (See Figure 22)
Figure 22
Routine maintenance of your vacuum will help avoid
unnecessary service calls. Check the brushroll often.
1. Lay vacuum on side so brushroll side plate is on top.
(See Figure 20)
Figure 20
4. Slide clean or new brushroll back into housing and
turn counterclockwise until it locks into place.
5. While pressing brushroll release button, press the
side plate back into place.
2. Press brushroll release button. While holding button
down, lift off side plate. (See Figure 21)
Figure 21
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TROUBLESHOOTING
OPERATING ISSUE
Motor will not start.
CAUSES
RECOMMENDATIONS
Power switch.
Turn power switch on and wait one
minute.
Power plug.
Push plug securely into extension
cord. Press cord into clip to secure the
connection.
Plug extension cord securely into outlet.
Try another outlet.
Check circuit breaker.
Thermal cutoff.
See Thermal Cutoff on page 2.
Dust bag and filters.
Replace dust bag, clean and/or
change filters.
Air path blocked.
Remove debris from air path. See
Cleaning Air Path on page 6.
No suction at end of hose.
Check hose for blockage. See Clearing
Wand and Hose on page 6.
Carpet height setting.
Adjust knob to lower position. See
Vacuum Cleaner Height Settings on
page 5.
Red warning light is on.
Brushroll stall, full bag or
blockage.
Replace dust bag or clear blockage.
Turn power off to reset. See Changing
Dust Bag on page 7.
Vacuum is hard to push.
Carpet height setting.
Adjust knob to higher position. See
Vacuum Cleaner Height Settings on
page 5.
Front cover will not close.
No dust bag.
Install dust bag. See Changing Dust
Bag on page 7.
Vacuum has burning smell.
Something may be caught in
the brushroll.
Check for obstruction and remove.
Dust leaking out of vacuum.
Bag is not seated properly.
Ensure bag collar is properly installed in
dust bag housing.
There is little or no suction.
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