i-mop XXL OPERATOR MANUAL - Industrial Cleaning Machines

i-mop XXL
OPERATOR MANUAL
Clemas & Co. Unit 5 Ashchurch Business Centre, Alexandra Way, Tewkesbury,
Gloucestershire, GL20 8NB.
Tel: 01684 850777
Fax: 01684 850707
Email: info@clemas.co.uk
Web: www.clemas.co.uk
THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING THE i-mop
Please read this manual carefully for important safety information and operating
instructions before using the i-mop. Keep this manual for future reference because
it contains important information.
This i-mop will provide excellent performance, but the best results will be obtained
if the i-mop is:
• Regularly maintained per the i-mop preventative maintenance instructions provided.
• Operated with reasonable care and caution.
• Maintained with manufacturer-supplied parts.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
P. 03 Product Description
P. 03Function
P. 03 Safety Instructions – i-mop XXL
P. 14 Switching Off/Completing Cleaning
P. 14 Emptying Tank
P. 14 Removing Battery Packs
P. 04 Safety Instructions – i-mop XXL
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15 Transporting/Moving Inside a Building
15 Transporting/Moving Outside of a Building
15 Transport the i-mop in a Car
15 Storing the i-mop
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P.
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16 Maintenance and Care
16 After Each Use
16 Weekly
16 Accessories/Spare Parts
16 How to Replace the Brushes
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P.
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17 How to Replace the Squeegee
17 How to Switch/Replace Squeegee Blades
17 How to Replace the Vacuum Hose
17 How to Reset the i-mop
P. 05 Safety Instructions – Battery Packs
P. 06 Safety Instructions – Battery Charger
P. 07 Unpacking
P. 07 Contents
P. 08 Initial Setup
P. 09 Charging Battery Packs
P. 10 Installing Brushes
P. 10 Installing Squeegee
P. 11 Installing Solution Tank
P. 11 Installing Recovery Tank
P. 11 Installing Battery Packs
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12Operation
12 Filling the Solution Tank
12 Recovery Tank
12 Setting the i-mop in “Operating Position”
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13 Selecting the Mode of Operation
13 ECO (Water Saving Mode)
13 Battery Packs Status Indicator
13 Controlling the i-mop
P. 18 Troubleshooting and Service
P. 18 Technical Data
P. 18 Accessories and Spare Parts
P. 19 Environmental Protection
P. 19 CE Declaration
P. 19 Warranty
P. 20 Exploded View
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1.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS – i-mop XXL
1. Operating Panel
2. Trigger
3.
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
Your safety, and that of others, is very important.
Operating this i-mop safely is an important
responsibility. In addition to the information
contained in this Instruction Manual, all statutory
safety and accident prevention regulations must
be observed.
Do not operate this i-mop unless:
• You are trained and authorized to do so.
• You have read and understand this
Instruction Manual.
When operating this i-mop:
• Remove loose objects from the floor that
could be accidentally propelled by the
rotating brushes.
• Keep your hands and feet away from the
rotating brushes.
• Never operate the i-mop near flammable dusts,
liquids or vapors. Never use a flammable
3. Handle
4. Solution Tank
5. Recovery Tank
2.
6. Scrub Deck
5.
4.
6.
solvent as a cleaning agent.
• Never operate the i-mop when flammable or
poisonous liquids like gasoline, oil, acids, or
other volatile substances are on the floor
• Use caution when maneuvering.
• Dress safely. Do not wear a necktie, scarf, or
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
Model Number:
IMOPXXL.FCT.1107C
IMOPXXL.FCT.1207C
IMOPXXL.FCT.1307C
IMOPXXL.FCT.2507C
any loose or dangling clothing or jewelry while
operating this i-mop because they can tangle in
rotating parts, causing serious injury or death.
Before leaving the i-mop:
• Turn the i-mop off.
• Park the i-mop on a level surface (in the
“Park” position).
EUROPE
UNITED KINGDOM
SWITZERLAND
115 VOLT
FUNCTION
The i-mop XXL is an auto scrubber which is used
for cleaning hard floors. A working width of
62cm (24.4") and the nearly unrestricted pivot
technology enable an effective cleaning of small
or medium spaces. Snap-on components,
including the 5L (1.25 gallon) Solution Tank and the
8L (2 gallon) Recovery Tank, in combination with
rechargeable battery packs allow 24/7 operation
(based on switching out batteries in 60 minute
work/recharge cycles).
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• Empty and rinse Recovery Tank
• WEEKEND STORAGE: Battery packs should be
removed from the machine when not in use
for more than 2 days to prevent damage to
the battery’s life cycle from self-discharge.
Before servicing the i-mop
• Disconnect the battery packs.
• Do not wear rings or metal wristwatches when
servicing this i-mop because they can cause
an electrical short circuit, which can cause
serious burns.
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DANGER
Flammable materials can cause an explosion or fire. Do not use flammable materials in tanks.
! WARNING
- Do not use water that exceeds 45°C / 113°F. Using water above this temperature, will void the
Tank Warranty.
- Do not use cleaning solution with pH below 3 or above 11 in order to prevent damage to sensitive
components like hoses and valves.
- Do not park this i-mop on ramps or slopes. Always park this i-mop on a level, hard surface. Do not
operate this i-mop outdoors or on uneven surfaces.
- To avoid electrical shock, do not operate this i-mop over electrical floor outlets.
!
CAUTION
- Do not remove, paint over or destroy warning decals.
- Always turn off this i-mop before leaving it unattended.
- Do not allow untrained persons to operate this i-mop.
- NO RIDERS. Do not carry passengers on this i-mop. Do not use this i-mop as a stepladder
or work platform.
- To avoid damage to this i-mop, use only cleaning solutions and replacement parts recommended by
the manufacturer.
- Do not operate this i-mop if any parts have been damaged or removed.
- Always use the automatic Battery Charger provided by the manufacturer of the i-mop to charge the
battery packs.
- To avoid damage to the electronic control components of the i-mop, do not store outdoors.
- Do not pressure wash the i-mop.
- This product contains strong magnets. The ingestion of magnets can result in intestinal damage,
causing serious injury or death. Use extreme care when handling magnets. Seek immediate medical
attention if magnets are ingested into the body.
- The magnets in this product have the potential to disrupt electronic devices. Before putting magnets
in contact with any other electronic devices, please research your specific devices. Magnets may
interfere with the operation of pacemakers and implantable cardioverter-defibrillators. People with
these devices or other electronic medical devices should not use this product.
- Keep away from children. Please note that the i-mop is sold as a commercial cleaning machine for
trained and authorized adults and is not a children’s toy.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS – BATTERY PACKS
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
Read all the warnings before using the i-mop battery packs.
• The battery packs are equipped with electronic thermal protection. Refer to
the Temperature Range Table below for recommended operating conditions.
• Always keep the battery packs clean and dry.
• Do not store battery packs along with metal objects due to risk of short circuit.
• Do not work with near open flames, sparks, or smoke in the vicinity of a battery pack
or a Battery Charger area due to danger of explosion.
• The i-mop uses Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) batteries. Used battery packs are to be disposed of
according to the appropriate government regulations in an environmentally-friendly manner.
• Do not crush.
• Do not dismantle.
• Do not heat or incinerate the battery packs.
• Do not short circuit the battery packs.
• Do not immerse in any liquid.
• Do not charge in temperatures below 0°C / 32°F.
TECHNICAL DATA
CHARGING
5°C ~ 40°C / 41°F ~ 104°F
DISCHARGING
5°C ~ 45°C / 41°F ~ 113°F
STORAGE
< 1 MONTH
5°C ~ 40°C / 41°F ~ 104°F
< 6 MONTH
5°C ~ 35°C / 41°F ~ 95°F
• Do not charge damaged battery packs.
• Do not leave the battery packs in a discharged state; recharge them as soon as possible.
• Use only original i-mop battery packs, when replacement batteries are required.
• The batteries should not be stored or charged in direct sunlight.
• The batteries should not be charged in an unventilated area where the temperature
exceeds 30ºC / 86ºF.
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WARNING
The battery packs included with the i-mop must only be charged by the i-mop Battery Charger
supplied with the product and in NO circumstances should an alternative charger be used because there is a risk of severe damage, and fire could result.
HEALTH HAZARDS
• The chemicals used in the battery packs are in a sealed container.
• A damaged or leaking battery pack can cause chemical burns upon contact.
• Risk of battery chemical exposure only occurs if the battery pack is abused or damaged.
• Contact of electrolyte and lithium with skin and eyes should be avoided.
• If the battery packs are leaking, dispose of them in an appropriate manner.
• The battery packs must be removed from the i-mop before the i-mop is retired.
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WARNING
FIRST AID MEASURES
If exposed to any of the battery chemicals, please follow the procedures below:
Eyes
- Flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes, occasionally lifting the upper and lower eyelid.
- Seek medical attention.
Inhalation
- Vacate from site of exposure to fresh air immediately. Use oxygen if available.
- Seek medical attention.
Ingestion
- Give at least two glasses of milk or water. Induce vomiting unless patient is unconscious.
- Seek medical attention.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS – BATTERY CHARGER
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
Read all these warnings before using the Battery Charger.
!
CAUTION
- Charge only original i-mop Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery packs – other types of batteries
may burst causing personal injury and damage.
- Check the power cord regularly for any sign of damage.
- Do not use the charger in a closed cabinet. Use only in a ventilated space.
- Do not use a damaged Battery Charger.
- If the power cord of the charger is damaged, it must be replaced by a manufacturer-supplied
Battery Charger cord.
- Protect the Battery Charger against moisture and store in a dry place.
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The device is only suitable for indoor use. Do not use it outdoors.
Do not use the Battery Charger if it is wet.
Do not expose the Battery Charger to rain.
Do not charge in temperatures below 0°C / 32°F.
The main voltage available must correspond to the voltage stated on the rating plate of the
Battery Charger.
Do not operate the Battery Charger in an explosive environment.
Do not carry the Battery Charger by holding the power cord.
Do not handle the electrical cord or plug it into an outlet if hands are wet.
Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
Do not cover the Battery Charger while in use.
Do not open the Battery Charger. Repairs should be done only by manufacturer-authorized
personnel.
Do not charge damaged battery packs.
Do not charge the battery packs if they are wet – charge dry battery packs only.
Do not charge non-rechargeable battery packs in this Battery Charger.
Do not leave batteries on Battery Charger. Remove when fully charged to avoid self-discharge.
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UNPACKING
Place the box in a horizontal position on the floor, keeping enough space around you to work. Carefully
cut along the top opening with a cutter. Remove the foam packing covering the i-mop and take out
the boxes. Pull up the handle (90°), while grabbing the scrub deck. Squat down properly to avoid strain
before lifting the i-mop. Place the i-mop on the floor in the “Park” position.
CONTENTS
Please make sure no items are missing by checking the contents against the above list. If one of the parts
listed is missing, please contact your i-mop dealer.
1 x Battery
Pack (left)
1x
Power Cord
1 x Battery
Pack (right)
1 x Squeegee
Assembly
1x
Solution Tank
1x
Battery
Charger
2 x Brushes
(medium)
1x
Recovery Tank
1 set
Splash
Guard
1x
i-mop XXL
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1 x Manual
INITIAL SETUP
Set the i-mop in the “Park” position.
For the initial setup or anytime the squeegee is not
installed: pull the hose back up from the top while
guiding the lower half back into the i-mop to make
sure the vacuum hose will not be crimped during the
following procedure.
Move the upper body of the i-mop into the upright
vertical position.
Crouch down and while holding the handle with one
hand; hold the scrub deck with your other hand.
Lift up the scrub deck slowly until it’s standing
upright on the front wheels; guide the body towards
the scrub deck until it snaps into a resting position.
Please ensure that the i-mop is parked in a place
where nobody can bump into it. We recommend
always parking the i-mop close to a wall with the
handle pointing towards the wall and the brushes
facing away from the wall. This will ensure that the
i-mop leans against the wall if it is bumped.
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CHARGING BATTERY PACKS
You must charge the battery packs for at least
5 hours before you use the i-mop for the first time.
Plug the supplied power cord into the charging
dock before plugging it into an outlet.
Align the specified battery packs with the charging
dock and slide each battery pack in from the side
until you hear a click. The battery packs are now
fixed in position and ready for charging.
Turn on the Battery Charger on by pressing the
switch; the switch should light up to indicate the
power is on, and the battery packs are now charging,
which is indicated with an LED (red – charging/
green – fully charged. It takes approximately 5 hours
to fully charge an empty set of battery packs.
When the battery packs are charged, press the
plastic tabs (blue or grey) on the battery packs
together and slide them out of the charging dock.
Red LED
When the battery pack is charging, the red LED glows.
Green LED
When the battery pack is fully charged, the green
LED glows. When fully charged, remove the battery
packs of the Battery Charger and switch off the
Battery Charger.
ATTENTION:
If the i-mop isn’t used regularly, store the charged
battery packs in a dry, clean place. Make sure the
battery packs are charged monthly, even when not
in use.
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INSTALLING BRUSHES
With the I-mop in the “Park” position, hold the scrub deck with one hand while using your other hand to
align the brush with the motor disc. Look for and align the latches and cut-outs in the brush and motor
disc. Turn the left brush clockwise and the right brush counterclockwise, until you see the motor disc
turning to lock the brushes in place.
INSTALLING SQUEEGEE
Take the vacuum hose at the scrub deck of the i-mop and insert it into the hose connector on the
squeegee. Connect them by twisting the hose 1/4 turn or until they have lined up. Pull the hose back
up from the top while guiding the lower half back into the i-mop. Hold the scrub deck of the i-mop with
one hand while pushing the left side of the squeegee in place. Switch hands afterwards and repeat for
the right side of the squeegee.
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INSTALLING SOLUTION TANK
Fill the small tank with no more than
5L (1.25 gallon) of clean water or
appropriate non-foaming detergent.
Put the tank on the i-mop with the
valve first. Press the tank downward to
break the seal of the valve.
INSTALLING RECOVERY TANK
Put the bottom of the tank on the i-mop and allow the tank to automatically snap into position. (Magnetic
action will lock the Recovery Tank into place.) If in doubt, you can push the tank further into the seal for
optimum vacuum.
INSTALLING BATTERY PACKS
Hold the scrub deck of the i-mop with one hand, and with your other hand, slide the battery packs in
from each side until you hear a loud click (blue into blue port, grey into grey port).
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OPERATION
Read and understand the Safety Instructions section of this manual before operating the i-mop.
Filling the Solution Tank
Always fill the i-mop tank with clean water maximum 5L (1.25 gallon) from a tap or hose. To prevent
dirt from entering the Solution Tank, use only non-foaming detergent.
Recovery Tank
Make sure the fluid level of the Recovery Tank does not exceed 8L (2 gallon) to prevent
damage to the i-mop.
Note: Every time the Solution Tank is refilled, the Recovery Tank should also be emptied.
Setting the i-mop in the “Operating Position”
Crouch down and while holding the scrub deck with one hand, push the handle forward with the
other hand. Bring the scrub deck slowly down to the floor.
Never use your foot to lower the scrub deck to the floor.
ATTENTION: If the i-mop is in operating position, you will always need to hold it with at least one
hand as the i-mop is not designed to stand without support.
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Selecting the Mode of Operation
Choose the preferred mode on the i-mop operating panel:
MODE 1: Brush + Water/Solution
MODE 2: Brush (use the Brush only mode if the floor is very wet
or to scrub stains)
MODE 3: Brush + Dry Vacuum
MODE 4: Brush + Water/Solution + Dry Vacuum
OFF
ECO (Water Saving Mode)
If you press the ECO water saving mode button once, the i-mop will use 40% less water until the ECO
mode button is pressed again to turn off.
Battery Packs Status Indicator
Next to the mode switch are battery packs status indicators. When the battery indicator is red, It means
that you running out of battery power and have approximately 5 minutes left to operate the i-mop.
Controlling the i-mop
Stand behind the i-mop and hold the handle it with one or two hands. Once the trigger on the i-mop
handle is squeezed, the i-mop will move forward. Simply walk behind it. In case of emergency just
release the trigger. The i-mop brushes will stop immediately, and the vacuum motor will stop in
about 3 seconds.
The key to optimally using the i-mop is to understand its ability to swivel!
Operating the i-mop is very intuitive and similar to steering a bicycle. The i-mop is designed to move
forward. To turn, stop walking and use your inside hand* to turn the handle in the direction you want to
go. The i-mop can swivel 360 degrees. You can reverse direction – simply swing around with it and
follow in the new direction.
*When turning left, your “inside hand” is your left one. When turning right, your “inside hand” is your right one.
ATTENTION: Do not use the i-mop at an angle greater than arms length because depressing more than
45 degrees can cause water to get in the vacuum motor.
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The i-mop scrub deck is designed to get as close as possible to walls. Approach walls diagonally with the
edge of the i-mop and continue along the wall.
Switching Off/Completing Cleaning
Before you finish, switch the i-mop in the 3 “Brush + Dry” mode and operate it about 5-6 meters
(15-20 ft) farther to vacuum up remaining solution. Then set the knob to the “OFF” position.
Note that the vacuum motor will continue to run for approximately 3 more seconds.
Emptying Tanks
Dispose water or solution from both tanks in an appropriate drain. To clean the Recovery Tank
thoroughly, partially fill it with fresh water and hold it horizontally with the holes facing up. Tilt
the tank repeatedly, thoroughly rinsing all of the dirt and debris from the tank.
Note: Leave both caps off tanks to allow air flow throughout tanks. Every time the Solution Tank
is refilled, the Recovery Tank should be emptied too.
!
WARNING
Please observe the local provisions regarding solution disposal related to wastewater treatment.
Removing Battery Packs
Put the i-mop in the “Park” position and stabilize it with one hand by holding it at the scrub
deck. While pressing both plastic pins inwards, pull each battery pack.
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Transporting/Moving the i-mop Inside a Building
To move the i-mop from one location to another one in a building, put the i-mop in the “Park” position
(described earlier). Hold the handle with one hand, and with the other hand, guide the scrub deck in
the direction of the two transport wheels. Walk slowly and pay extra attention if you pull the i-mop over
edges or barriers.
If you would like to load the i-mop into a vehicle or lift it over obstacles, always use two hands. With one
hand, hold the pole/handle, and with the other hand, lift the scrub deck.
Note: Make sure the i-mop is transported horizontally and that both tanks (Solution Tank and
Recovery Tank) are empty.
Transporting/Moving the i-mop Outside of a Building
To move the i-mop to locations outside of a building, we advise putting the i-mop in the “Park”
position (described earlier). Always carry it with two hands inside the building before using the
transport wheels.
Note: In order to decrease the weight of the i-mop, leave both tanks and battery packs off.
Transport the i-mop in a Car
Before loading the i-mop into a car, make sure both
tanks and battery packs are removed. Put the i-mop in
the “Park” position and lift the i-mop with two hands
into a horizontal position. Prevent the i-mop from
moving around during driving by using a tension belt
or another appropriate restraint.
! CAUTION
To prevent risk of injury and damage be mindful of the
weight of the i-mop when you transport it.
Storing the i-mop
• Always store the i-mop in the “Park” position.
• Be sure to flush the tanks out completely. To thoroughly flush out any solution in the lines and
valves, refill Solution Tank with 0.5 to 1 liter (16-32 oz) of clean water and run the i-mop until the
tank is empty.
• If the i-mop isn’t used regularly, store the charged battery packs in a dry, clean place. Make sure the
battery packs are charged monthly.
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MAINTENANCE AND CARE
After Each Use
• Drain and rinse tanks with fresh water.
• Wipe the Recovery Tank with fresh water and a clean, damp cloth.
• Recharge the battery packs if needed.
• Check to see if both brushes are clean and intact. Clean them under fresh water or replace
them if necessary.
• Replace brushes if yellow wear indicator is same height as other bristles.
• Check to see if the squeegee is clean and intact. Clean it with fresh water and wipe it with a
clean, damp cloth or replace the squeegee blades if necessary between replacements. If the
squeegee blade is worn, you can rotate it.
Weekly
Clean the exterior of the i-mop with a non-abrasive, non-solvent cleaner or a clean, damp cloth. To clean
the scrub deck remove the brushes, then use a non-abrasive, non-solvent cleaner or a clean, damp cloth.
Accessories/Spare Parts
Only use accessories and spare parts which approved by the manufacturer. The exclusive use of original
accessories and original spare parts ensures that the i-mop can be operated safely and in a trouble-free
manner.
For information on accessories and spare parts see page 18, “Accessories and Spare Parts” section.
How to Replace the Brushes
With the i-mop in the “Park” position, hold the scrub deck with one hand while using your other hand to turn the left brush counterclockwise and the right brush clockwise until you feel resistance or see the
motor disc turning as well. Pull the brushes off the motor disc toward you.
Visually inspect the motor disc and clean the i-mop scrub deck with a clean, dry cloth before you install
the brushes.
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How to Replace the Squeegee
With the i-mop in the “Park” position, hold the scrub deck with one hand while pulling the left side of
the squeegee off with the other hand. Switch hands afterwards and repeat for the right side. Detach the
vacuum hose by twisting a 1/4 turn at the connector until the squeegee is loosened. Inspect the hose
before you continue to install the new squeegee.
How to Switch or Replace the Squeegee Blades
Unscrew the 8 plastic nuts and take off the squeegee rear plate. Once the plastic part is removed, you
can easily take off the front rubber blade. Push through the 8 screws in order to remove the squeegee
front plate. Now you can also switch or replace the rear rubber blade. To assemble the squeegee again,
reverse the previous instructions.
How to Replace the Vacuum Hose
After you detach the squeegee as written above and have removed the Solution Tank, you can see where
the vacuum hose is connected at the i-mop handle. Hold the scrub deck with one hand, while detaching
the vacuum hose by twisting a 1/4 turn at the connector until the squeegee is loosened. Now you can
carefully pull the vacuum hose out of the machine.
Guide the new vacuum hose via the opening to the hose connector located at the i-mop handle. Connect them by twisting the hose a 1/4 turn at the connector until they have lined up, and reinstall
the squeegee.
HOW TO RESET THE i-mop
Make sure the knob on the i-mop operating panel is in the “OFF” position before you slide out both
battery packs. Hold the ECO Water Saving mode button for 30 seconds, reinstall both battery packs.
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TROUBLESHOOTING AND SERVICE
Poor Water Recovery
• Check the function of the suction motor.
• Inspect vacuum hose for any objects obstructing
the airflow.
• Ensure the squeegee opening is not blocked.
• Inspect yellow filter and clean if necessary.
• Inspect nose deflector and clean if necessary.
• Ensure squeegee blades are in order and intact.
• Check if the Recovery Tank is full. If so, empty it.
• Make sure the Recovery Tank is in the
proper position.
• Make sure that the Recovery Tank lid is
securely fitted.
Troubleshooting
No power – i-mop won’t start
• Check if battery packs are fully charged.
• Ensure battery packs are properly installed.
• Remove and reinstall the battery packs and
turn the i-mop on.
• Switch off and turn it on again.
• Reset the i-mop.
Insufficient Water Flow/No Water Flow
• Ensure the Solution Tank is filled.
• Check if the Solution Tank is sitting in
proper position.
• Ensure water pipe isn’t blocked.
• Ensure the Solution Tank has no dirt particles
Trouble Attaching Squeegee
in it, and the filter is clean.
• Ensure hose is pulled up into proper position.
• Ensure you choose the correct operating mode.
TECHNICAL DATA
METRIC
33cm x 64cm x 124cm
40.2 kg
5L
8L maximum
62cm
29 kg
350 rpm
24V/180W
24V/170W (each motor)
110 – 240V AC
24V DC
24V, 14AH, 353WH
60 minutes
BOX DIMENSIONS (L X W X H)
TOTAL WEIGHT BOX (INCLUDING BATTERY PACKS)
SOLUTION TANK
RECOVERY TANK*
WORKING WIDTH
BRUSH PRESSURE
BRUSH SPEED
MOTOR (VACUUM)
MOTOR (BRUSH)
INPUT VOLTAGE (BATTERY CHARGER)
OPERATING VOLTAGE
BATTERY PACK Lithium-ion (Li-ion)
OPERATING TIME
IMPERIAL
13" x 25" x 49"
88.6 lbs
1.2 Gal
2 Gal maximum
24.4"
64 lbs
350 rpm
24V/180W
24V/170W (each motor)
110 – 240V AC
24V DC
24V, 14AH, 353WH
60 minutes
* Always install an empty Recovery Tank whenever a new Solution Tank is installed.
ACCESSORIES AND SPARE PARTS
ITEM
P/N
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
P/N
DESCRIPTION
1
K.1.72.0000.0R
Brush Motor (left)
8
K.10.72.1100.0
Rear Rubber Squeegee
2
K.1.72.0000.1R
Brush Motor (right)
9
K.10.72.1099.0
Front Rubber Squeegee
3
K.1.S.72.0074.357BSRA
Battery Pack (left)
10
K.1.S.72.1081.0
Solution Tank
4
K.1.S.72.0079.357BSRA
Battery Pack (right)
11
K.1.S.72.1088.0
Recovery Tank
5
K.1.S.72.0026.4
Magnetic Valve
12
K.2.S.72.1092.797/797
Brush Set
6
K.1.5.72.0094.0
Stretch Hose
13
K.1.72.0035.0
Vacuum Motor
7
K.1.S.72.1096.0
Squeegee Complete
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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
The packaging materials can be recycled. Please do not throw the packaging material into
household waste. Please recycle it.
Old devices contain valuable materials that can be recycled.
Rechargeable battery packs contain materials that should not be disposed of in landfills. Please
dispose of old devices and battery packs and that they must be disposed of through suitable waste collection systems.
CE DECLARATION
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.
Declaration Of Conformity
WARRANTY
The warranty terms published by our i-partners are applicable in their respective countries. Please
register your i-mop to ensure that we will repair potential failures of your accessory within the warranty
period free of charge, provided that such failure to caused by faulty material or defects in fabrication.
In the event of a warranty claim, please contact your dealer or the nearest authorized Customer Service
Center. Please submit proof of purchase.
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EXPLODED VIEW
ITEM
P/N
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
K.1.TU.IMOPXXL.230.2/797
ASSEMBLY TOP UNIT
1
2
K.1.S.72.1059.2/797
ASSEMBLY CONTROL UNIT
1
3
K.1.S.72.1040.0
ASSEMBLY INLET TUBE
1
4
K.1.S.72.0031.2A
HINGE WELDING ASSEMBLY TOP UNIT KIT
1
5
K.1.S.72.0035.0
VACUUM MOTOR KIT
1
6
K.1.S.72.0111.357
MOTOR UNIT COVER KIT
1
7
K.1.S.72.0039.0/B
UTP CABLE RJ 45 L 100 CM
1
8
K.1.S.72.1081.1
ASSEMBLY SOLUTION TANK COMPLETE
1
9
K.1.S.72.0074.357BSRA
ASSEMBLY BATTERY PACK BLUE [LEFT]
1
10
K.1.S.72.0299.0
i-mop BATTERY MCU CHARGER
1
11
K.2.S.72.1092.797/797
ASSEMBLY BRUSH i-mop
COMPLETE BLUE BRISTLE | BLUE LOCKER
2
12
K.1.S.72.1059.2/797
ASSEMBLY BRUSH UNIT i-mop 24V
1
13
K.1.S.72.1096.0
SQUEEGEE ASSEMBLY
1
14
K.1.S.72.1065.2
ASSEMBLY MAIN LEVER UNIT
1
15
K.1.S.72.0079.2BSRA
ASSEMBLY BATTERY PACK GREY [RIGHT]
1
16
K.1.S.72.0094.0
STRETCH HOSE COMPLETE
1
17
K.1.S.72.1088.1
RECOVERY TANK
1
K.1.72.0152.0
POWER CORD EUR
18
K.1.72.0152.3
POWER CORD UK
K.1.72.0152.2
POWER CORD SWISS
K.1.72.0152.1
POWER CORD 115V
YOUR LOCAL i-partner
Clemas & Co
Tel. 01684 850777
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