OWNER’S MANUAL For Household Use Only 10 TABLE OF CONTENTS Technical Details Important Safety Instructions Special SEBO Product Features S-Class Filtration AIRBELT Shock Absorber Bag Full or Clog Warning – Auto Shut-Off Identification of Parts Assembly Optional Attachments Standard Attachments Operating Instructions Starting the Machine Suction Control Operating the Machine Additional Operating Instructions for C3.1 with Power Head Starting the Machine and Suction Control Operating the Machine Using the Telescopic Tube, Hose & Attachments Use and Maintenance of Brushes and Heads The Parquet Brush The Kombi Nozzle The Turbo Head Vacuum Maintenance Changing the Filter Bag Changing the Micro-Hygiene Filter Changing the Exhaust Filter Changing the AIRBELT Clog Removal Clogs in the Head or Brush Clogs in the Telescopic Tube Clogs in the Hose Clogs in Entrance to Filter Bag Trouble-Shooting Guide AIRBELT C2.1 Schematic and Part Numbers AIRBELT C3.1 Schematic and Part Numbers Warranty How To Contact SEBO TECHNICAL DETAILS Vacuum motor Water lift (at motor) Airflow (at motor) Filter bag capacity Sound level Body weight Motor protection Cord length Range 1250 watts (10.6 amps) 90 inches 170 CFM 5.3 liter 63 dBA 16 lbs thermal cut-out 22 feet 36 feet Technical details may be subject to change. 2 2 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 11 12 13 14 14 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS MACHINE ! When using an electrical appliance, basic precautions must always be followed. To reduce the risk of electric shock, this vacuum cleaner has a polarized plug; one blade is wider than the other. This plug will fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician to install the proper outlet. Do not change the plug in any way. Connect only to the outlet type specified on the serial number plate underneath the machine. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury: 1. Do not leave vacuum while plugged in. Unplug from outlet when not in use and before servicing. 2. Do not use outdoors or on wet surfaces. 3. Do not use near small children or pets. Do not allow to be used as a toy. Use of this product by children should always be supervised by an adult. 4. Use only as described in this manual. Use only manufacturer-recommended attachments. 5. Do not use with a damaged cord or plug. If vacuum is not working as it should, has been dropped, damaged, left outdoors, or dropped into water, take it to a SEBO service center. 6. Do not pull or carry by cord, use cord as a handle, close a door on cord, or pull cord around sharp edges or corners. Do not run vacuum over cord. Keep cord away from heated surfaces. 20. Machines can cause a fire when operated near flammable vapors or materials. Do not operate this vacuum near flammable fluids, dust or vapors. 21. Maintenance and repairs must be done by qualified personnel. 22. Use only original SEBO replacement parts. 23. Do not use vacuum as a step. 24. If vacuum is used on plush carpet or carpet with thick padding, do not leave machine standing in one place with machine turned on. 25. While the vacuum is in use, the power cord should be unwound from the cable reel at least two thirds of its length. Hold plug when rewinding onto the cord reel. Do not allow plug to whip while rewinding. 7. Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp the plug – not the cord. 26. Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers, and all parts of body away from vacuum openings and moving parts. Do not place fingers or other body parts under vacuum unless it is unplugged. 8. Do not plug in if switch is in the “I” (ON) position. 27. Do not place the power head over rug or carpet edges. 9. Do not use outlets above counters to plug in vacuum – damage to items in the surrounding area could occur. 11. Do not handle plug or vacuum handle with wet hands. 28. The vacuum has a manual reset thermal protector. The protector is reset by switching off the vacuum. The thermal protector needs some time to cool down after switching off! Check the vacuum for air blockages or mechanical failures before switching on. 12. Do not put any object into vacuum openings. Do not use machine with any openings blocked. Keep openings free of lint, hair, and anything that may reduce air flow. 29. Store the vacuum in a dry place at room temperature. When the vacuum is not in use, you should rewind the cord onto the cord reel 13. Do not re-use filter bags or wash the filters. 30. Any other servicing should be performed by an authorized service representative. 10. Always carry the vacuum over steps and sills. 14. Do not remove any screws from vacuum. 15. Do not vacuum up anything that is burning or smoking, such as cigarettes, matches, or hot ashes. 16. Do not use vacuum without filter bag and/or filters in place. 17. Turn off all machine controls before unplugging. 18. Use extra care when cleaning on stairs. 19. Do not use machine to vacuum up flammable or combustible liquids such as gasoline or use in areas where they may be present. 31. The hose contains electrical wires. Do not use if damaged, cut, or punctured. Avoid picking up sharp objects. 32. Always unplug vacuum before connecting or disconnecting either hose or power head. 33. Use a SEBO power head only in combination with a SEBO vacuum cleaner. 34. Do not connect power head to a malfunctioning or damaged vacuum. 3 SPECIAL SEBO PRODUCT FEATURES Your SEBO AIRBELT C canister vacuum is among the most technically advanced vacuum cleaners in the world. Some of its unique features are: • S-Class Filtration. Certified by leading Allergy foundations in Europe, the AIRBELT C vacuum provides the user with S-Class filtration of 99.9% of particles to 0.3 microns. This is accomplished by the SEBO three-step filtration system. First, the three-layer full-size filter bag (a) collects the vast majority of the debris. Then, the remainder of the particles are collected by the hospital-grade microfilter (b). Finally, the micro-exhaust filter (c) cleans the exhaust air that the vacuum emits. The AIRBELT disperses the filtered exhaust air around the canister which provides quiet, gentle air flow. SEBO’s unwavering attention to the complete sealing of the machine ensures no dirt escapes around the microfilters. If the microfilters are changed regularly (every 1020 bags), the AIRBELT C is perfect for allergy or asthma sufferers. • AIRBELT Shock Absorber. Your SEBO canister vacuum has a unique soft bumper (d) which protects your furniture, walls and vacuum from damage. The AIRBELT disperses the filtered exhaust air around the canister which provides quiet, gentle air flow. Personalize your canister with a replacement AIRBELT textile cover available in a variety of patterns and colors (part # 6047 AM/01 to 10). See your SEBO Dealer. • Bag Full or Clog Warning Light – Auto Shut-Off. If the vacuum’s airflow pathway becomes restricted due to a full bag or the existence of a clog, the amber “BAG FULL OR CLOG” light (located on top of the canister near the hose connection) will illuminate. If the user ignores this warning, the suction motor will heat up due to the lack of cooling provided by the airflow. Once the motor reaches a certain temperature it will shut off to protect itself from damage. The user should turn the switch off, unplug the machine and immediately insert a new bag or remove the clog (to remove a clog, refer to the Clog Removal section on page 10). After approximately 30 minutes, the motor will have cooled and the vacuum can be restarted. If the airflow is still restricted, the “BAG FULL OR CLOG” light will again illuminate and the machine will shut off. SEBO three-step filtration system a c b Bag full or clog warning light Su 4 pe r qu d d! un o r a iet air exhaus t all IDENTIFICATION OF PARTS 1. Handle grip 2. Power control slider (C3.1 only) 3. Handle release button 4. Telescopic tube 5. Slide button 6. Hose neck 7. Suction opening 8. Parking holder, side 9. Tool release button 10. Hose 20 21 22 23 11. AIRBELT shock absorber 12. Carrying handle 13. Warning lights 14. On/Off pedal 15. Attachment housing door 16. Cable rewind button 17. Power cable 18. Parking holder, rear 19. Mains Cable (C3.1 only) 20. Filter bag cover release flap 21. Filter bag cover 22. Micro-exhaust filter housing 24 25 10 2 19 3 4 Standard Attachments 23. Crevice nozzle 24. Upholstery nozzle 25. Dusting brush 11 5 26 28 6 7 12 13 27 Brushes, Heads, Optional Attachments 26. Premium Parquet brush - standard for the C2.1 and C3.1 - Part # 7200 DG 27. Kombi nozzle - optional for the C2.1 and C3.1 - Part # 7260 DG 28. Turbo head - standard for the C2.1. Optional for the C3.1 - Part # 6780 ER 29. Radiator brush - Part # 1496 HG 30. Straight tube (20 in.) - Part # 1084 HG 31. Charcoal Filter for odor control Part # 6108 AM 1 29 14 31 30 32 15 16 8 9 17 18 33 33 Power Heads - optional for the C3.1 34 35 ASSEMBLY Push the neck (6) of the hose (10) into the suction opening of the canister (7). The notch in the suction opening will line up with the raised bar on the neck. When the notches are lined up correctly, the neck will snap firmly into place. To release the hose from the suction opening, press the release tab on the neck of the hose, and pull the neck out. 32. ET-C Power head, White, Part # 9254 AM 33. ET-H Power head, White, Part # 9256 AM ET-H Power head, Red, Part # 9257 AM 34. ET-1 Power head, White, Part # 9258 AM ET-1 Power head, Red, Part # 9299 AM 35. ET-2 Power head, White, Part # 9259 AM 6 10 7 Attach the short mains cable (19 - C3.1 only) on the underside of the handle by connecting one cable plug where the hose connects to the handle and the other where the handle connects to the telescopic tube. 3 Connect the handle (1) to the top of the telescopic tube (4). Snap in place. To release the telescopic tube (4) from the handle, push the handle release button (3) and slide the handle out. Attach the head or brush to the bottom of the telescopic tube (4). Insert the bottom of the telescopic tube into the neck of the head or brush (26) until it locks into place; or line up the square hole in the telescopic tube with the notches in the front of the neck, and snap firmly into place. To release a head or brush from the telescopic tube (4), push the release button (9), and pull the head or brush tool off the end of the telescopic tool. The release button (9) is in the same position on all of the heads, brushes and power heads. NOTE: To attach a SEBO power head (ET-H, ET-C, ET-1 or ET-2) to your C3.1 canister, please refer to your power head owner’s manual (page 5) for instructions. Attaching incorrectly could cause damage. 4 1 9 26 NOTE: All illustrations shown in this manual represent the C3.1 model except where part numbers and instructions are different for each model. 5 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ALL C-SERIES VACUUMS Starting The Machine - Figures 1 & 2 Before turning on your canister, make sure that you have a firm hold on the handle grip to keep the machine from moving forward (figure 1). 1. 2. 3. With the canister main power switch (14) in the OFF position, pull the power cord out from the base of the canister. The power cord (17) should be unwound from the cable reel at least two thirds of its length. Note: do not over-extend the cord. The cable rewind is operated by pressing the rewind button (16). Before rewinding the cable, always switch off and unplug the vacuum. 13 14 Plug the polarized power cord into a 120 volt wall outlet located near the floor. 16 Press the main power switch on the base of the canister (14) gently with your foot or hand. The green light (13) will illuminate indicating that the power is on (C3.1 model only). 17 Figure 1 Suction Control - Figure 2 14 C2.1 users: the suction control dial is located on the top side of the canister on the power switch (14). When the dial shows all yellow, the machine is operating at full suction. Rotate the dial toward the black to reduce suction for vacuuming curtains or delicate fabrics. C3.1 users: for information on suction control, refer to page 7 of this manual. Suction Control dial on the C2.1 canisters Operating the Machine - Figure 3 Adjust the telescopic tube (4) to the correct height by pushing the slide button (5) and gently pulling the tube out to lengthen, or pushing it in to shorten. Release the slide button (5) to lock the tube to the adjusted height. Figure 2 When changing heads, always switch the vacuum off with the main power switch (15), and then unplug the power cord. The “bag full or clog” light (#13, figure 1) works correctly only at full power. At lower power levels, the “bag full or clog” light may illuminate incorrectly. Check the status of the filter bag regularly at full power. If the light remains illuminated at full power, and the filter bag is not full, check for clogs (see page 10). To rewind power cord, switch the vacuum off with the main power switch (14), unplug the machine, then press the rewind button (16). Hold the plug while rewinding the cord onto the cord reel. Avoid letting the plug whip while rewinding. ! 4 5 WARNING! The quality, condition, coating, texture, age and manufacturing technique of all floor surfaces vary. Therefore, vacuums with rotating brushes, including your SEBO, may damage some floor coverings or surfaces. Some types of high-gloss hardwood floors, cushion vinyl, berber carpets, long shag, and delicate or hand-woven carpets are particularly vulnerable to damage by rotating brushes. When possible, consult the materials supplied by your flooring manufacturer for information on proper upkeep and cleaning. To ensure that your new SEBO vacuum cleaner is compatible with your floor, please test the vacuum cleaner on each type of flooring surface in a small inconspicuous area to determine if any damage occurs. If damage occurs, stop using the vacuum cleaner immediately! 6 Figure 3 ADDITIONAL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR C-3.1 WITH POWER HEAD Please refer to your power head owner’s manual for more information Starting The Machine and Suction Control - Figures 4, 5 & 6a A. Before turning on your canister, make sure that the vacuum handle is in its upright locked position (figure 4). 1. With the canister main power switch in the OFF position, and the power control slider on the handle (#2, figure 5) in the OFF position, pull the power cord out from the base of the canister. The power cord should be unwound from the cable reel at least two thirds of its length. The cable rewind is operated by pressing the rewind pedal (16). Before rewinding the cable, always switch off and unplug the vacuum. 2. Plug the polarized power cord into a 120 volt wall outlet located near the floor. 3. Press the main power switch on the base of the canister gently with your foot or hand. The green light (13) will illuminate indicating that the power is on. 4. Slide the Power Control Slider (#2, figure 5) to the ON position (the slider will “click” when it is pushed out of the OFF position). It will then slide freely between 0 suction and MAX suction. Set the slider to the suction desired. Release the foot pedal (ET-1, ET-2, ET-C) on power head (#36, figure 6a) or, for the ET-H, lower the handle (figure 6b). Operating The Machine - Figures 6a & 6b B. When the power head is on with the handle in the upright locked position (see figure 4 above), the brush roller will not spin. To release the ET-C, ET-1 or ET-2 power head from the upright locked position, press down on the foot pedal (#36, figure 6a) and lower the handle into the normal operating position. The brush roller will then start spinning and the green light on the power head will illuminate. To release the ET-H power head from the upright locked position, gently place your foot on the power head for leverage and lower the handle into the operating position (figure 6b). The brush roller will then start spinning. The amber indicator light may flicker for a few seconds when you lower the handle - this is normal. ET-H power head ET-C power head ET-2 power head Figure 4 2 Figure 5 Switch Position - #2, Figure 5 0 = Zero Suction MAX = Maximum Suction ON position - Slide the slider down toward 0 suction till it “clicks” out of position. OFF position - Pull the slider up to 0 suction then continue pulling the slider up until it “clicks” into the OFF position. The handle can be lowered to a horizontal position useful for vacuuming under beds. You may adjust the suction control with the power control slider (#2, figure 5) as you vacuum different surfaces or when using the accessory tools. For optimal cleaning and brushing, operate the machine at the maximum suction power setting and push the power head slowly over the carpet. 36 Figure 6a When the canister’s main power switch is in the ON position, you may turn the power head off and on with the power control slider (#2, figure 5). To turn the power head off using the power control slider, pull the slider to 0 suction, then continue pulling the slider up until it “clicks” into the OFF position. The green power head light will then shut off (the green light on the canister (10) will remain illuminated until the vacuum is powered off using the main power control knob). Always turn the power off on both the canister and the power head when changing heads or unplugging the vacuum. Slide the power control slider on the power head to its OFF position, press the main power switch on the base of the canister gently with your foot or hand, then unplug the canister to completely shut down the power when changing heads or storing the vacuum. Hold the plug while rewinding the cord onto the cord reel. Avoid letting the plug whip while rewinding. Figure 6b 7 Using the Telescopic Tube, Hose & Attachments - Figures 7 & 8 The telescopic tube (4) is useful for vacuuming corners and hard-to-reach areas. You may use the telescopic tube without a brush, power head or attachment. To remove a brush or power head, switch off the power and unplug the vacuum. Then, press the tool release button (9) and pull the tube out. The standard attachments [the crevice nozzle (23), upholstery nozzle (24) and dusting brush (25)] may be inserted onto the end of the tube. It is not necessary to turn off the vacuum while switching the standard attachments (the crevice nozzle, upholstery nozzle or dusting brush). After use, switch off the power, unplug the vacuum and remove attachment. Re-insert the attachment tube into the power head or brush, turning the tube if needed, until you hear it click into place. 4 9 33 Figure 7 NOTE! C3.1 users with ET-C, ET-H, ET-1 or ET-2 power heads, please refer to your power head user’s manual for more detailed instructions for connecting your power head. To use the hose without the telescopic tube, switch off the power and unplug the vacuum. Push the handle release button (3) and pull the HANDLE out of the end of the telescopic tube. Do not try to separate the hose from the handle! Insert an attachment tool, if desired, onto the end of the handle. After use, switch off the power, unplug the vacuum, remove attachment. Re-insert the handle into the telescopic tube making sure it is seated correctly and snap it into place. 3 Figure 8 USE AND MAINTENANCE OF BRUSHES AND HEADS ! Always unplug vacuum from outlet before dismantling any part of machine! To remove a brush or power head, switch off the power and unplug the vacuum. Then, press the tool release button (9) and pull the tube out. NOTE! C3.1 users with ET-C, ET-H, ET-1 or ET-2 power heads, please refer to your power head user’s manual for more detailed instructions for operating and maintaining your power head. Premium Parquet nozzle - Figure 9 The parquet nozzle is specially designed for use on hard surfaces. The brush should be cleaned regularly. Remove the parquet brush from the telescopic tube to clean. Fibers and hair can be pulled out of the bristles manually, or vacuum the bristles with with the telescopic tube. The brush strips are removable for cleaning and replacement. Figure 9 38 37 ▲ Figure 10 39 Turbo head - Figure 11 8 ▲ ▲ The Turbo head has an air-driven rotating brush for gentle brushing of carpets. The Turbo head can be adjusted for high and low pile carpet. To adjust the head for high pile carpet, push the slider button (39) to the right. For low pile carpet, push the slider button (39) to the left. The slider in Figure 11 is set in the high pile position. The rotating brush should be cleaned regularly. Remove the Turbo head from the telescopic tube to clean. Remove fibers and hair from the brush manually. Figure 11 ▲ ▲ The Kombi nozzle is adjustable for carpet or hard floors. To set for carpet, slide the up arrow button (37) to the right until it clicks into place. The hard floor dusting brush will raise up allowing the head to move over the carpet. To set for hard floors, slide the down arrow button (38) to the left until it clicks into place. The brush will lower to gently sweep your floors. The slider in Figure 10 is set in the position for carpet. The brush should be cleaned regularly. Remove the Kombi nozzle from the telescopic tube to clean. Fibers and hair can be pulled out of the bristles manually, or vacuum the bristles with with the telescopic tube. The brush strip is removable for cleaning and replacement. ▲ Kombi nozzle - Figure 10 VACUUM MAINTENANCE ! Always unplug vacuum from outlet before dismantling any part of machine! 21 40 41 42 Changing the Filter Bag - Figures 12 & 13 To change the filter bag, set the canister upright (as shown in figure 13), pull the cover release flap outward (20) and lift the cover (21) from the filter bag housing. The cover release flap must remain in an outward “pulled-out” position to change filter bags and lock them into place. Squeeze the clamps (42) on both sides of the filter bag sealing plate (41), slide the plate from the holder (40) and push the filter bag cap on to seal the bag. Slide the sealing plate (41) of a new bag into the holder and push it in firmly until it locks into place. Re-insert cover (21) into filter bag housing, push it forward, then lock it in place by pushing down the cover release flap (20). You may find it convenient to store the bag cap inside the filter bag housing below the filter bag. Do not re-use the filter bags. Note: the nature of the contents of the filter bag will affect the point at which it needs changing. Fine dust may require an earlier change even though the bag is not full. Fluff or hair allows air to pass through easily, so the filter bag may overfill before the amber “bag full” light illuminates. Filter Bag Part #5093 AM Figure 12 20 21 22 Changing the Exhaust Filter - Figures 13 & 14 The exhaust filter (43) needs to be changed when it becomes extremely dirty or clogged with dust, or after approximately 10 to 20 filter bags have been used. To remove the exhaust filter, set the canister upright (as shown in figure 13), pull the cover release flap (20) outward and lift the cover (21) from the filter bag housing. Then, slide the exhaust filter housing (44) out. Pull the filter out. To replace, slide the new filter into the exhaust filter housing. Replace the exhaust filter housing (44), re-insert cover (21) into filter bag housing, push it forward, then lock it in place by pushing down the cover release flap (20). Figure 13 Exhaust Filter Part #6033 AM 43 Changing the Micro-Hygiene Filter - Figures 13 & 14 After 10 to 20 bags have been used, change the micro-hygiene filter (45). To remove the micro-hygiene filter, set the canister upright (as shown in figure 13), pull the cover release flap (20) outward and lift the cover (21) from the filter bag housing. Then, slide the filter (45) out. To replace, slide in the new filter, reinsert cover (21) into filter bag housing, push it forward, then lock it in place by pushing down the cover release flap (20). 44 45 Micro-Hygiene Filter Part #6191 AM Figure 14 Changing the AIRBELT - Figure 15 If damage occurs to the AIRBELT cover, it will need to be replaced. To remove the AIRBELT (11), pry off the clip (46) by inserting the tip of a slot-head screwdriver under the bottom side of the clip. Push downward on the screwdriver until the clip pops off. Grasp the edge of the AIRBELT cover and pull - the AIRBELT cover will peel off. The foam bumper (47) remains on the vacuum. To replace the AIRBELT, insert the side ribs into the grooves (48). Start at the back, insert rib into one groove (48), and while holding it down, stretch the AIRBELT cover around the foam into the opposite groove (48). Continue around the vacuum. Secure the ends with the clip (46). 11 47 11 48 46 SEBO AIRBELT covers are available in a variety of colors and patterns. See your SEBO dealer for available selection. 48 AIRBELT cover Part #6047 AM/01-08 Figure 15 Note: Never operate the vacuum with incorrectly attached filters or without filters, bag, AIRBELT or filter bag housing cover (21). Do not re-use filter bags. Do not wash and re-use filters. 9 CLOG REMOVAL ! Always unplug vacuum from outlet before removing any clogs! NOTE! C3.1 users with ET-C, ET-H, ET-1 or ET-2 power heads, please refer to your power head user’s manual for more detailed instructions for removing clogs in your power head. 3 If the “bag full or clog” warning light (10) remains illuminated after the filter bag has been changed and the filters are in good condition, there is likely a clog in the system. 4 Clogs in the Head or Brush - Figure 15 Clogs in the swivel neck (49) of a head or brush can be cleared by first pressing the tool release button (9) and removing the brush or head. Check inside the swivel neck channel (49), and clean out pathway. Clogs in the Telescopic Tube - Figure 15 9 49 Remove head from telescopic tube (4) by pushing the tool release button and pulling the tube out. Remove the hose from the top of the telescopic tube by pushing the handle release button (3). A stiff wire or stick can be used to push the clog out of the tube. Figure 15 Clogs in the Hose - Figure 16 To clear blockages in the hose (10), remove the telescopic tube (4) by pushing the tool release button and pulling the tube out. Hold the hose upright with one hand blocking the top and switch on the machine. If necessary, quickly lift your hand on and off the end of the hose. If that does not clear the clog, you may also clear clogs by reversing the hose. After removing the telescopic tube, push the release button on the hose neck (6) and remove the hose from the machine. Insert the opposite end of the hose (10) into the suction neck (7). Hold the hose upright with one hand blocking the top and switch on the machine. If necessary, quickly lift your hand on and off the end of the hose. 6 1 7 10 Figure 16 Note: Do not insert a wire or stick into the hose. Doing so may cause damage to the hose. 50 Clogs in Entrance to Filter Bag - Figure 17 Remove hose (10) from vacuum cleaner (see figure 16) and remove filter bag cover (figure 13, page 9). Clean out entrance to bag (50). Figure 17 10 TROUBLE-SHOOTING GUIDE ! Always unplug vacuum from outlet before dismantling any part of the machine! PROBLEM REASON Does not turn on 1. Telescopic tube not inserted properly. 1. See page 5. Bag full or clog light on Bag full or clog light on & machine shuts off Does not pick up Filter bag door won’t fully close SOLUTION 2. Not plugged into working outlet. 2. Use another outlet. 3. Cable worn. 3. Replace cable. 4. C3.1: The power control slider switch is set to “0” (“off” position). 4. C3.1: Set slider switch to “on” position. See page 7. 1. Bag full. 1. Replace filter bag. See page 9. 2. Clog in hose, telescopic tube, brush or head, or entrance to filter bag. 2. See Clog Removal on page 10. C3.1 users with clog in power head attachment: refer to clog removal in the ET-C, ET-H, ET-1 or ET-2 owner ’s manual. 3. Micro-hygiene filter dirty. 3. Replace micro-hygiene filter. See page 9. 4. Exhaust filter dirty. 4. Replace exhaust filter. See page 9. 1. Hose/handle assembly not correctly inserted. 1. Reinsert hose/handle assembly making sure that it is lined up properly and is snapped into place. See page 5. 2. The suction control dial is rotated to no suction setting 2. C1.1 & C2.1: Rotate suction control dial to yellow setting. See page 6. 3. Filter bag cover not closed. 3. See below. 1. Cover release flap not fully closed. 1. Reinsert bag. Lock the cover release flap (20) down firmly. 2. Bag not inserted properly 2. Reinsert bag with cover release flap (20) up, until firmly latched in bag holder (see pg. 9, figures 12 & 13). 3. Micro-hygiene filter not properly inserted. 3. Remove the filter bag cover (21) and make sure the micro-hygiene filter housing is seated firmly in place (see pg. 9, figure 14). 11 C2.1 AIRBELT SCHEMATIC AND PARTS LIST Canister with Handle/Hose # 9648 AM C2.1 (Teal) # 9646 AM C2.1 (Red) Teal Machine Pos. Part # Description 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 6380 AM 6382 AM 6045 6168 DG 6117 ER 6083 DG 6128 6309 TK 6143 6006 TK 6008 DG 6127 TK 6007 DG 6192 6023 6022 6165 5101 6306 6193 6188 ER 6173 6189 6368 US 6293 6291 6295 ER 6088 6186 6197 DG 6319 UL 6014 6042 WS 6009 DG 6027 ER 6095 DG 6191 AM 6187 6034 6003 DG 6033 AM 6108 AM 6093 DG 6036 DG 6039 6094 6170 ER 6300 HG 6300 DG 6303 HG 6303 DG 6355 AM 6343 DG 1726 HG 6271 DG 6120/3 6213 6086 ER 6046 UL 6047 AM/01 6048 DG 0102 0199 1491 DG 1092 DG 1329 DG 6780 ER 63 7200 DG Attachment cover - C2.1 teal C1.1 teal Spring Bearing block / hinge Attachment clip set of 3 Release button Foam seal On/Off pedal (incl. Pos. 8) Spring Seal Parking holder, rear Top Casing - C2.1 teal Plug surround Motor cover Spring Rod Vacuum motor 120 V 1250 W Carbon brush vac motor Seal, motor cover Motor cover Rubber mounting (2 pcs.) Engine mounting Engine mounting Cable rewind unit Air Adapter Internal cable Electronic Controller C2.1 120 V Elbow Seal Bottom casing - dark gray Suction neck Seal Spring lock Parking holder - side Pin Castor, complete Hospital grade microfilter Seal, bag cover Seal, microfilter Microfilter holder Exhaust filter Carbon-anti-odor filter (optional) Bag cover, complete Cover release with seal Bearing cover Bag holder cpl. (incl Pos. 45) Safety catch with spring Handle grip cpl. - light gray Handle grip cpl. - dark gray Retaining ring - light gray Retaining ring - dark gray Hose with end couplings - 7 ft. Hose with end couplings - 6 ft. Telescoping tube C2.1 - light gray Telescoping tube C2.1 - dark gray Foam seal Foam seal Casing clip / set of 3 Foam bumper AIRBELT textile cover - dark gray AIRBELT clip Screw F 3.9 x 13 Screw M4 x 12 Upholstery nozzle Crevice nozzle Dusting brush Turbo head- dark gray (Standard with C2.1) Premium Parquet nozzle-dark gray (Standard with C2.1) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 62 48 49 Red Machine Exceptions 63 Pos. 1 7 9 11 12 Part # Description 6383 AM 6309 DR 6006 DR 6127 DR Attachment cover - C2.1 red On/Off pedal (incl. Pos. 8) Cable rewind pedal - red Top casing - C2.1 red C3.1 AIRBELT SCHEMATIC AND PARTS LIST Canister with Handle/Hose # 9630 AM C3.1 (White) # 9652 AM C3.1 (Red) White Machine Pos. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 63 Red Machine Exceptions Pos. 1 7 9 11 29 41 Part # Description 6383 C3 6005 DR 6006 DR 6397 DR 6197 DG 6093 DG Attachment cover - C3.1 red On/Off pedal (incl. Pos. 8) Cable rewind pedal - red Top casing - C3.1 red Bottom Casing C3.1 - dark gray Bag Cover cpl. - red 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 63 64 65 Part # Description 6215 AM 6045 6168 DG 6117 ER 6083 DG 6128 6005 GW 6143 6006 GW 6008 DG 6397 GW 6007 DG 6192 6023 6022 6165 05101 6306 6193 6188 ER 6173 6189 6368 US 6293 6291 6407 ER 6088 6186 6197 GW 6318 UL 6014 6042 6009 DG 6027 ER 6095 DG 6191 AM 6187 6034 6003 GW 6033 AM 6108 AM 6093 GW 6036 DG 6039 6094 6170 ER 6348 AM Attachment cover - white Spring Bearing block / hinge Attachment clip set of 3 Release button Foam seal On/Off pedal (incl. Pos. 8) Spring Cable rewind pedal Parking holder, rear Top casing C3.1 - white Plug surround Motor cover Spring Rod Vacuum motor 120 V 1250 W Carbon brush vac motor Seal, motor cover Motor cover Rubber mounting (2 pcs.) Engine mounting Engine mounting Cable rewind unit Air Adapter Internal cable Electronic Controller C3.1 120 V Elbow Seal Bottom casing - white Suction neck Seal Spring lock Parking holder - side Pin Castor, complete Hospital grade microfilter Seal, bag cover Seal, microfilter Microfilter holder Exhaust filter Carbon-Anti-odor filter (optional) Bag cover, complete Cover release with seal Bearing cover Bag holder, cpl. (incl Pos. 45) Safety catch with spring Handle w/hose C3.1, cpl. Light Gray - 6 ft. 6349SE Handle w/hose C3.1 & K3, cpl. Dark Gray - 6 ft. 6349 AM Handle w/hose C3.1 & K3, cpl. Dark Gray - 7 ft. 6270 DG Telescoping tube C3.1 6369 DG Mains cable - dark gray 6369 UL Mains cable - light gray 6120/3 Foam seal 6213 Foam seal 6086 ER Casing clip / set of 3 6046 UL Foam bumper 6047 AM/01 AIRBELT textile cover 6048 DG AIRBELT clip 0102 Screw F 3.9 x 13 0199 Screw M4 x 12 1491 DG Upholstery nozzle 1092 DG Crevice nozzle 1329 DG Dusting brush 7200 DG Premium Parquet nozzle - dark gray (Standard with C3.1) 6421 DG Slider button, cpl. 6420 DG Tube release button, complete 13 SEBO VACUUM CLEANER WARRANTY Five Years Non-Wear Parts - Five Years Motor - One Year Labor 1. Your authorized SEBO dealer or SEBO will provide the original product purchaser with replacement of NonWear Parts which fail due to a material or workmanship defect for a period of five (5) years from the original date of purchase of new product. SEBO America will provide a five (5) year warranty on suction motors and brush drive motors. 2. Your authorized SEBO dealer or SEBO will repair (or will cover labor charges associated with repair) a defective SEBO vacuum cleaner at no cost to the original purchaser, within one (1) year of original purchase of new product. 3. SEBO America or an authorized SEBO dealer must complete all warranty repairs. 4. To locate an authorized SEBO dealer in your area, or to register a warranty claim in the United States of America, please visit our website at www.sebo.us. 5. To locate an authorized SEBO dealer in your area, or to register a warranty claim in Canada, please call Floor Care Equipment, Ltd. at (403) 250-5005. 6. The warranties provided for above apply exclusively to SEBO Vacuum Cleaners which are used residentially. No warranty is provided for SEBO vacuum cleaners used commercially. 7. The Wear Parts excluded from warranty coverage include filter bags, micro-hygiene filters, exhaust filters, the cable (external cord), the attachment hose, the brush rollers, the front bottom plate, the rear bottom plate, the telescopic tube, the crevice nozzle, the upholstery nozzle, the dusting brush and all of the optional attachments. (See “Optional Attachments” on page 5 of this manual). 8. This warranty applies only while your SEBO Vacuum Cleaner is physically located within the United States of America and its territories or Canada. 9. The purchase receipt showing the date, price, and item of purchase is the initial document of proof of purchase and determines the validity of warranty. To be certain that your warranty claim can be processed as quickly and efficiently as possible, please retain your original purchase receipt and mail in the warranty card provided with your new SEBO vacuum cleaner. You may also register on our website at www.sebo.us. 10. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other legal rights, which vary from state/province to state/province. 11. SEBO America will not process nor will it accept responsibility for warranty claims for machines purchased from dealers located in Canada. Floor Care Equipment, Ltd. will not process nor will it accept responsibility for warranty claims for machines purchased from dealers located in the United States. EXCLUSIVE REMEDY: The remedies provided under the terms of this Warranty are the purchaser’s exclusive remedies and are in lieu of any other remedies otherwise available. THE WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER: LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS: • Used or secondhand products. • Products outside of the warranty period. • Items not manufactured by SEBO. • Normal maintenance service. • Equipment damaged by improper use, accident, other casualty or negligence. • Machines equipped with nonauthorized attachments or modifications. • Machines on which the serial number has been altered or removed. SEBO MAKES NO OTHER REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED AND SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDES THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. To contact SEBO in the United States of America: SEBO America, LLC Telephone: (303) 792-9181 Fax: (303) 792-9196 Website: www.sebo.us To contact SEBO in Canada: Floor Care Equipment, Ltd. Telephone: (403) 250-5005 Fax: (403) 250-5057 Website: www.sebocanada.ca SEBO WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND OR NATURE. THIS DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES SHALL NOT APPLY TO THE EXTENT SAID DISCLAIMER IS NOT ALLOWED BY APPLICABLE STATE/PROVINCIAL LAW. 14 © Copyright SEBO America, LLC • All rights reserved.
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