Dayton 1UG91C Operating instructions

Dayton 1UG91C Operating instructions
6AKY2
Operating Instructions & Parts Manual
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Dayton Wet/Dry Vacuum
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Commercial / Industrial Use
Description
Dayton wet/dry vacuum cleaners are for vacuuming wet and dry non-combustible materials.
Equipped with powerful, permanently lubricated, single-stage by-pass motors. Features: motor
housing, blower port, long power cord, convenient on-board tool storage, rugged dent resistant,
rust proof plastic tank. Includes versatile deluxe accessory make-up and efficient filtration. cULus
(6AKY2)
Specifications
Model
6AKY2
Tank
Style
Plastic
Tank
Capacity
Electrical
Rating
10 Gal.
120V, 60 Hz
AC 12 Amps
(38 liters)
Static
Pressure
Air
Movement
Weight
60"
195 cfm
21 lbs
(152.9 cm)
(5.5m3/min)
(9 .5 kg)
Filters
Cartridge and
Collection Bag
Important safety instructions
ALWAYS WEAR
EYE PROTECTION
Never operate this unit when
flammable materials or
vapors are present because
electrical devices produce
arcs or sparks that can cause
a fire or explosion. never
operate unattended!
When using an electrical appliance, basic
precautions should always be followed
including the following:
Read all instructions before using
this appliance.
To reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock or injury:
1. Do not leave appliance when plugged in.
Unplug from outlet when not in use and
before servicing. Connect to a properly
grounded outlet only. See Grounding
Instructions.
2. Do not expose to rain–store indoors.
3. Do not allow to be used as a toy. Close attention is necessary when used by or
near children.
4. Use only as described in this manual.
Use only Manufacturer’s recommended
attachments.
5. Do not use with damaged cord or plug. If
appliance is not working as it should, has
been dropped, damaged, left outdoors or
dropped into water, return it to a service Form 5S6688
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 appliance
over cord. Keep cord away
from heated surfaces.
7. Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp the
plug, not the cord.
8. Do not handle plug or appliance with wet
hands.
9. Do not put any object into openings. Do
not use with any openings blocked; keep
free of dust, lint, hair and anything that may
reduce air flow.
10. Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers and all
parts of body away from openings and
moving parts.
11. Do not pick up anything that is burning or
smoking, such as cigarettes, matches or
hot ashes.
12. Do not use without dust bag and/or filters
in place.
13. Turn off all controls before unplugging.
14. Use extra care when cleaning on stairs.
15. Do not use to pick up flammable or
combustible liquids such as gasoline or use
in areas where they may be present.
16. Do not use your cleaner as a sprayer of
flammable liquids such as oil base paints,
lacquers, household cleaners, etc.
17. Do not vacuum toxic, carcinogenic,
combustible or other hazardous materials
such as asbestos, arsenic, barium,
beryllium, lead, pesticides, or other health
endangering materials. Specially designed
Printed in U.S.A.
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units are available for these purposes.
18. Do not pick up soot, cement, plaster or
drywall dust without cartridge filter and
collection filter bag in place. These are
very fine particles that may pass through
the foam and affect the performance of
the motor or be exhausted back into the
air. Additional collection filter bags are
available.
19. Do not leave the cord lying on the floor
once you have finished the cleaning job. It
can become a tripping hazard.
20. Use special care when emptying heavily
loaded tanks.
21. To avoid spontaneous combustion, empty
tank after each use.
22. The operation of a utility vac can result
in foreign objects being blown into eyes,
which can result in eye damage. Always
wear safety goggles when operating
vacuum.
23. STAY ALERT. Watch what you are
doing and use common sense. Do not
use vacuum cleaner when you are tired,
distracted or under the influence of drugs,
alcohol, or medication causing diminished
control.
24. WARNING! Do NOT use this vacuum
cleaner to vacuum lead paint debris
because this may disperse fine lead
particles into the air. This vacuum
cleaner is not intended for use under EPA
Regulation 40 CFR Part 745 for lead paint
material cleanup.
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Do not leave Vacuum unattended when it is plugged in and/or operating. Unplug unit
when not in use.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance must be grounded. If it should
malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides
a path of least resistance for electric current to
reduce the risk of electric shock. This appliance
is equipped with a cord having an equipmentgrounding conductor and grounding plug.
The plug must be inserted into an appropriate
outlet that is properly installed and grounded
in accordance with all local codes and
ordinances.
Improper connection
of the equipmentgrounding conductor
can result in a risk
of electric shock.
Check with a qualified
electrician or service person if
you are in doubt as to whether
the outlet is properly grounded.
Do not modify the plug provided
When using the appliance at a distance
where an extension cord becomes necessary,
a 3-conductor grounding cord of adequate
size must be used for safety and to prevent
loss of power and overheating. Use the table
below to determine A.W.G. wire size required.
To determine ampere rating of your vacuum,
refer to nameplate located on motor housing/
cover. Before using appliance, inspect power
cord for loose or exposed wires and damaged
insulation. Make any needed repairs or
replacements before using your appliance.
Use only three-wire outdoor extension cords
with the appliance—if it will
not fit the outlet, have a proper
outlet installed by a qualified
electrician.
This appliance is for use on a nominal 120-volt
circuit, and has a grounded plug that looks like
the plug illustrated in sketch A. A temporary
adapter that looks like the adapter illustrated
in sketches B and C may be used to connect
this plug to a 2-pole receptacle as shown in
sketch B if a properly grounded outlet is not
available. The temporary adapter should be
used only until a properly grounded outlet
(sketch A) can be installed by a qualified
In Canada, the use of a temporary
adapter is not permitted by the
Canadian Electrical Code. Make sure
that the appliance is connected to an outlet
having the same configuration as the plug. No
adapter should be used with this appliance.
IF THE CORD IS DAMAGED, IT MUST
BE REPLACED BY A SPECIAL CORD
OR ASSEMBLY AVAILABLE FROM THE
MANUFACTURER OR HIS authorized
service agent.
EXTENSION CORDS
which have three prong grounding-type plugs
and three-pole receptacles which accept the
extension cord’s plug. When vacuuming liquids,
be sure the extension cord connection does not
come in contact with the liquid.
NOTE: Static shocks are common
in dry areas or when the relative
humidity of the air is low. This is
only temporary and does not affect
the use of the appliance. To reduce
the frequency of static shocks in
your home, the best remedy is to add
moisture to the air with a console or
Unpacking
1. Pull lid latches in an outward motion and
remove tank cover and any accessories
which may have been shipped in the tank.
2. Before replacing tank cover, refer to Dry
Pick Up or Wet Pick Up Operation in this
manual to ensure you have the proper
filters installed for your cleaning operation.
3. Replace tank cover and apply pressure
with thumbs to each latch until it snaps
electrician. The green colored rigid ear, lug or
the like extending from the adapter must be
connected to a permanent ground such as a
properly grounded outlet box cover. Whenever
the adapter is used, it must be held in place by
a metal screw.
4.
5.
6.
7.
tightly in place. Make sure both lid latches
are clamped securely.
Attach dolly following the instructions and illustrations in this manual.
Insert long machine hose end with
locking-nut into inlet of tank and tighten.
Do not over-tighten.
Attach the extension wands to the
accessory end of the hose. Twist slightly to
tighten the connection (Figure 1).
Attach one of the cleaning accessories
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installed humidifier.
Volts
120V
Ampere Rating
More Not More
Than Than
0-6
6-10
10-12
12-16
Total length of cord in feet
100
150
25
50
AWG
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18
16
14
16
16
16
12
16
14
14
14
12
12
Not recommended
(depending on your cleaning requirements)
on the extension wands. Twist slightly to
tighten the connection (Figure 1).
8. Plug the cord into the wall outlet. Your
cleaner is ready for use.
I = ON , O = OFF
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which can cause a fire or
explosion - do not use at filling
stations or anywhere gasoline
is stored or dispensed.
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Dolly Operation
Attaching Dolly
To attach dolly to bottom of
tank, lift vacuum using the
top handle. Position vacuum
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above dolly with the front of
the vacuum facing the front of
the dolly (side with the release
lever) (Figure 2). Place tab
on back bottom of tank into
slot in back of dolly (Figure
3). Push downward on front of
vacuum until front of tank clips 4
into lever on dolly (Figure 4).
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(Not standard with all
models)
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Clean or replace filters regularly. Do not use the
vacuum or filters for collecting hazardous or
other health endangering materials.
NOTE: Never machine wash or dry filters.
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TOOL HOLDER
ASSEMBLY
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NEVER OPERATE
UNATTENDED!
Keep Filters Clean
The efficiency of these vacuum cleaners is
largely dependent on the filter.
A clogged filter can cause overheating and
possibly damage the vacuum cleaner.
Removing Dolly

To remove dolly, gently push
downward on the release lever
with your foot. While holding
the release lever down, lift
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upwards on vacuum using the
top carry handle (Figure 5).
Note: When using the vacuum to pick up very
fine dust such as sawdust or dry wall dust,
it will be necessary to empty the tank and
clean the filter at more frequent intervals to
maintain maximum pick up power or upgrade
to collection filter bags.
1. Replace tank cover and
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apply pressure with thumbs
to each latch until it snaps
tightly in place. Make sure
both lid latches are clamped
securely.
2. With rear of unit facing you,
take tool holder and position 7
it with the tabs facing rear
tank cover (Figure 6).
3.Press tabs of tool holder
into the slots on mounting
lugs on rear of tank cover
(Figure 7).
4.Press down until tabs snap into
place.
ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE PLUG FROM
THE WALL OUTLET BEFORE REMOVING
THE TANK COVER.
Operation
This equipment incorporates
parts such as switches,
motors or the like that tend
to produce arcs or sparks
that can cause an explosion.
Do not pick up flammable,
combustible, or hot materials. Do not use
around explosive liquids or vapors, as
electrical devices produce arcs or sparks
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DRY PICK UP OPERATION
NOTE: If foam sleeve (Not standard with all
models) is in position over lid cage, it does not
need to be removed before installing cartridge.
Foam must be positioned on the INSIDE of
groove around lid cage for cartridge to fit
properly.
The cartridge filter can be used for wet or dry
pick up; installation is the same for both. When
picking up large quantities of liquid please refer
to the Wet Pick up Operation section in this
manual. Use the cartridge filter in position over
the lid cage for most general dry material pick
up. Make sure inlet deflector is fully inserted
into deflector guide on inside of tank. If it is not,
install inlet deflector by sliding it downward into
slot on deflector guide (Figure 8). NOTE: Hose
must be removed before inlet deflector can be
inserted into or removed from deflector guide.
Opening on inlet deflector can face either side
of tank. Inlet deflector should always be in place
for any type of cleaning. With the tank cover
in an upside down position, slide the cartridge
filter down over the lid cage, pushing until the
filter seals against the cover (Figure 9). Place
filter retainer into the top of the cartridge filter,
hold the tank cover with one hand, turn the
handle on the filter retainer clockwise to tighten,
locking the filter into place (Figures 10 & 11).
To remove the filter for cleaning, again hold the
tank cover and turn the filter retainer counterclockwise to loosen and remove, slide the
cartridge filter off the lid cage (Figures 12 &
13). To clean the cartridge filter shake or brush
off excess dirt or rinse (from the inside of the
filter) with water, dry completely (approximately
24 hours) and re-install (Figures 14 & 15).
Note: If the filter has been used for wet pick
up, it must be cleaned and dried before using
for dry pick up.
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Installing collection Filter Bag
(Not standard on all models)
1. Use for dry pick up only. Use in
conjunction with cartridge filter for picking
up soot, cement, plaster or drywall dust.
2. With cord disconnected from receptacle,
pull latches in an outward motion and
remove tank cover.
3. Unscrew hose locking-nut and remove
hose from inlet (Figure 16).
4. Remove inlet deflector from deflector
guide (Figure 17).
NOTE: Hose must be removed before inlet
deflector can be taken out.
5. With the opening of the inlet deflector
facing the left or right side of the filter
bag, slide filter bag collar over deflector
matching notches of bag collar to tabs on
inlet deflector, bag will only fit properly one
way (Figure 18).
6. Slide deflector with collection bag
attached into deflector guide (Figure 19).
7. Reinsert hose into inlet and tighten
locking-nut (Figure 20).
8. When secured in place, expand bag and
position around the inside of the tank.
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NOTE: When removing filter bag from tank,
remove inlet deflector from filter bag collar and
reinstall into deflector guide. Inlet deflector
should always be in place for any type of
cleaning.
WET Pick up OPERATION
Remove ALL dirt and debris
found in the tank. The vacuum 21
requires only a minimum of
conversion when going from
dry to wet pick up. Remove all
dry use filters from the vacuum.
Wet pick up requires the
foam sleeve (not standard with all models)
or cartridge filter (not standard with all
models) to be in position over the lid cage.
Make sure inlet deflector is fully inserted into
deflector guide on inside of tank. If it is not,
install inlet deflector by sliding it downward
into slot on deflector guide (Figure 21).
NOTE: Hose must be removed before inlet
deflector can be inserted into or removed from
deflector guide. Opening on inlet deflector can
face either side of tank. Inlet deflector should
always be in place for any type of cleaning.
Misting in exhaust air may occur if the filter
becomes saturated during wet pick up. If
misting occurs, remove filter and allow to dry
or, replace with another dry filter to eliminate
the misting and possible dripping of liquid
around the lid. Turn the unit off immediately
upon completing a wet pick up job or when
tank is full and ready to be emptied. Raise the
hose to drain any excess liquid into the tank.
The interior of the tank should be periodically
cleaned.
The foam sleeve should be cleaned periodically
as described in the following steps:
1. Always disconnect the plug from the
wall receptacle before removing the tank
cover. Place tank cover in an upside down
position. Remove foam sleeve by sliding it
up and off the lid cage.
2. Shake excess dust off foam sleeve with a
rapid up and down movement.
3. Hold foam sleeve under running water for
a minute or two, rinsing from the inside.
A water wash is not always required,
depending on the condition of the foam
sleeve.
4. Gently wring out excess water, blot foam
sleeve with a clean towel, and allow to
dry. The foam sleeve is now ready to be
reinstalled on the lid cage.
Note: Wet pick up accessories should
be washed periodically with soap
and water, especially after picking
up wet, sticky liquids. Picking up
detergent or cleaners that create
foam or suds can defeat the vacuums
filtration. This could cause foreign
material to pass into the motor
impeller area and shorten motor
life. This is not normal use and is
not covered by product warrantY.
Blower feature
This vacuum can be used as
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a powerful blower. To use
your unit as a blower, unscrew
blower port cover located on
the backside of the motor
housing (Figure 22). The
blower port cover is equipped
with a retaining strap to prevent loss of the
port cover while blower is in use. Insert hose
end with locking-nut into blower port on rear of
unit and tighten. Caution should be used when
using a blower due to the powerful force of air
when using certain attachments.
ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION TO
PREVENT ROCKS OR DEBRIS FROM
BEING BLOWN OR RICOCHETING INTO
THE EYES OR FACE WHICH CAN RESULT
IN SERIOUS INJURY.
AUTOMATIC SUCTION SHUT-OFF
This vacuum is equipped with an automatic
suction shut-off that operates when picking
up liquids. As the level of the liquid rises in
the tank, an internal float rises until it seats
itself against a seal at the intake of the motor,
shutting off suction. When this happens, the
motor will develop a higher than normal pitch
noise and the suction is drastically reduced.
If this occurs, turn the unit off immediately.
Failure to turn unit off after float rises and shuts
off suction will result in extensive damage
to the motor. To continue use, empty the
liquid waste from the tank as outlined in the
paragraph below (Emptying Tank).
NOTE: If accidentally tipped over, the vacuum
could lose suction. If this occurs, turn unit off
and place vac in upright position. This will allow
the float to return to its normal position, and
you will be able to continue operation.
Emptying Tank
Use special care when emptying heavily
loaded tanks. Your Wet/Dry Vacuum may
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be emptied of liquid waste by removing
the tank cover. To empty, switch off the
vac and remove the plug from the wall
receptacle. Remove the tank cover and
empty the tank.
Maintenance
Be sure to disconnect power
supply before attempting
to service or remove any
components.
Storage
Before storing the vacuum cleaner, always
empty and clean the tank. Never allow liquids
to sit in the tank for any extended period of
time. Always store the vacuum cleaner
indoors.
1.The power cord can be wrapped around
the cord wraps provided on the top of the
tank cover located in front and behind
the handle (Figure 23). To remove the
cord from the cord wraps grasp the sides
of the rear cord wrap located behind the
handle, turn counter clockwise 180° until
the tip of the cord wrap is above the handle
(Figure 24). Grasp the entire cord behind
the handle and pull above the rear cord
wrap, pull cord towards the front of the vac
until the cord becomes disconnected from
the front cord wrap (Figure 25). Grasp
the sides of the rear cord wrap and turn
clockwise 180° to return it to its original
position (Figure 26).
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Lubrication
No lubrication is necessary as the motor is
equipped with lifetime lubricated bearings.
Service
Do not attempt to service your Dayton wet/dry
vacuum cleaner beyond that described in this
manual. Refer all other servicing to a qualified
service center.
If any of the motor housing parts
should become detached or
broken, exposing the motor or
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any other electrical
components, operation
should be discontinued
immediately to avoid
personal injury or
further damage to the
vacuum. Repairs should be made
before reusing the vacuum.
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Symptoms Possible Cause(s)Corrective Action
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Parts/accessories
Packed in tank
missing
Vacuum cleaner
1. No power at receptacle
will not start
2. Motor does not run
Dust discharging
1. Filter not installed/not installed properly
from exhaust
2. Filter damaged
3. Filter clogged or dust is too fine
4. Filter not functional
Loss of suction
1. Loose hose connection
2. Filter clogged
3. Full tank
4. Hole in hose
Misting in the
1. Full Tank
exhaust air
2. Saturated filter
Check in tank
1. Check for power
2. Replace motor
1. Properly install filter
2. Replace filter
3. Use more efficient filter
4. Clean or replace filter
1. Tighten hose connection
2. Clean or replace filter
3. Empty tank
4. Replace hose
1. Empty Tank
2. Replace saturated filter
with a dry filter
Limited Warranty
Dayton One-Year Limited Warranty. DAYTON® MODELS COVERED IN THIS MANUAL, ARE WARRANTED BY DAYTON ELECTRIC MFG. CO.
(DAYTON) TO THE ORIGINAL USER AGAINST DEFECTS IN WORKMANSHIP OR MATERIALS UNDER NORMAL USE FOR ONE YEAR AFTER DATE OF
PURCHASE. ANY PART WHICH IS DETERMINED TO BE DEFECTIVE IN MATERIAL OR WORKMANSHIP AND RETURNED TO AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE
LOCATION, AS DAYTON DESIGNATES, SHIPPING COSTS PREPAID, WILL BE, AS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY, REPAIRED OR REPLACED AT DAYTON’S
OPTION. FOR LIMITED WARRANTY CLAIM PROCEDURES, SEE “PROMPT DISPOSITION” BELOW. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY GIVES PURCHASERS
SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM JURISDICTION TO JURISDICTION.
Limitation of Liability. TO THE EXTENT ALLOWABLE UNDER APPLICABLE LAW, DAYTON’S LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL AND INCIDENTAL
DAMAGES IS EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED. DAYTON’S LIABILITY IN ALL EVENTS IS LIMITED TO AND SHALL NOT EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID.
Warranty Disclaimer. A DILIGENT EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE TO PROVIDE PRODUCT INFORMATION AND ILLUSTRATE THE PRODUCTS IN THIS
LITERATURE ACCURATELY; HOWEVER, SUCH INFORMATION AND ILLUSTRATIONS ARE FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF IDENTIFICATION, AND DO NOT
EXPRESS OR IMPLY A WARRANTY THAT THE PRODUCTS ARE MERCHANTABLE, OR FIT FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR THAT THE PRODUCTS WILL
NECESSARILY CONFORM TO THE ILLUSTRATIONS OR DESCRIPTIONS. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED BELOW, NO WARRANTY OR AFFIRMATION OF FACT,
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, OTHER THAN AS STATED IN THE “LIMITED WARRANTY” ABOVE IS MADE OR AUTHORIZED BY DAYTON.
Technical Advice and Recommendations, Disclaimer. Not withstanding any past practice or dealings or trade custom, sales shall not include the
furnishing of technical advice or assistance or system design. Dayton assumes no obligations or liability on account of any unauthorized recommendations,
opinions or advice as to the choice, installation or use of products.
Product Suitability. Many jurisdictions have codes and regulations governing sales, construction, installation, and/or use of products for certain purposes,
which may vary from those in neighboring areas. While attempts are made to assure that Dayton products comply with such codes, Dayton cannot guarantee
compliance, and cannot be responsible for how the product is installed or used. Before purchase and use of a product, review the product applications, and all
applicable national and local codes and regulations, and be sure that the product, installation, and use will comply with them.
Certain aspects of disclaimers are not applicable to consumer products; e.g., (a) some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you; (b) also, some jurisdictions do not allow a limitation on how long an implied
warranty lasts, consequently the above limitation may not apply to you; and (c) by law, during the period of this Limited Warranty, any implied warranties
of implied merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose applicable to consumer products purchased by consumers, may not be excluded or otherwise
disclaimed.
Prompt Disposition. A good faith effort will be made for prompt correction or other adjustment with respect to any product which proves to be defective
within limited warranty. For any product believed to be defective within limited warranty, first write or call dealer from whom the product was purchased. Dealer
will give additional directions. If unable to resolve satisfactorily, write to Dayton at address below, giving dealer’s name, address, date, and number of dealer’s
invoice, and describing the nature of the defect. Title and risk of loss pass to buyer on delivery to common carrier. If product was damaged in transit to you, file
claim with carrier.
Manufactured for Dayton Electric Mfg. Co., 100 Grainger Parkway, Lake Forest, Illinois 60045-5201 U.S.A.
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For Repair Parts, call 1-800-323-0620
24 hours a day – 365 days a year
Please provide following information:
-Model number
-Serial number (if any)
-Part description and number as shown in parts list
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Repair Parts List for Model 6AKY2
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Ref.Part
No.DescriptionNo.Qty.
1
Switch Rocker
2
Switch Extension
3
Handle
4
Float
5
Motor Cover Assy
6
Screw 10 x ¾ Trilobe, Twin Lead
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Blower Chamber Assembly
8
= Power Unit Assembly
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Lid Cage & Latch Assembly
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Lid Latch
11Tool Holder
12
Ultra Duty Cartridge Filter
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Filter Retainer (included in 1VHG9)
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Collection Filter Bag
15Tank Assembly
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Inlet Deflector
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Dolly Assembly (Includes 18)
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Compression Spring
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Caster
8230400
7414251
1944848
3545000
1944879
1
2
1
1
1
1517699
7417822
8136697
3549620
7445700
3755700
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1
1
1
2
1
1VHG9
3008000
3UP65
3489503
7413120
1944850
2803299
6771200
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
3UP61
3262000
7872796
2NYE8
6AKY6
3262500
1
2
1
1
1
1
12' x 1 ½" Hose (3.66m x 3.81cm)
Extension Wands
14" Wet/Dry Floor Nozzle (35.5cm)
Crevice Tool
Claw Style Utility Nozzle
Elbow Grip
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4
11
9
10
6
14
12
(∆) Not Shown
(=) Replacement parts not available for motor.
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15
17
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Manufactured for Dayton Electric Mfg. Co.
Lake Forest, Illinois 60045 U.S.A.
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