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MODEL
NO.
113.170330
CRRFTSMRN®
Serial
Number
Model
and serial
numbers may be found
on the side of the
detachable
blower. You
should
record
model
and serial
numbers
place
both
in a safe
for future
use.
16 GALLON
WET/DRY VAC
WITH DETACHABLE
BLOWER
• assembly
• operating
• repair parts
FOR YOU R
SAFETY
READ ALL
INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY
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J
Sears,
Part No. SP6481
Roebuck
,J
and
Co., Hoffman
Estates,
IL. 60179
U.S.A.
Printed in U.S.A.
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
ON CRAFTSMAN
WET/DRY VACS
If within one year from
due to a defect
If this Craftsman
this warranty
Warranty
the date of purchase,
in material
or workmanship,
Wet/Dry
coverage
Service
Vac is used
applies
Is Available
vice Center/department
This warranty
This warranty
rights
gives
for commercial
By Simply
only while
you specific
Wet/Dry
Vac fails
or rental purposes,
for only 90 days from
Throughout
applies
this Craftsman
Sears will repair it, free of charge.
date of purchase.
Contacting
The United
The Nearest
Sears
this product
is in the United
legal
and you may also have
which
vary from
state to state.
Sears,
Roebuck
and Co., D/817
rights,
Ser-
States.
WA, Hoffman
States.
Estates,
other
IL 60179
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Safety
is a combination
sense,
staying
of common
alert and knowing
your vac works. Read
understand
the vac.
gases,
how
this manual
to
or explosive
dusts
or other fuels,
lighter fluid,
based
natural
paints,
coal dust,
magnesium
dust, grain
• Do not use Wet/Dry
means
is not followed
injured
if the safety
someone
information
Do not vacuum
will be seriously
or killed.
injured
CAUTION:
tured
someone
informa-
using
basic safety
your Wet/Dry
precautions
may
be
Vac, follow
including
To reduce
expose
WARNING.To reduce
electric
shock,
and all labels on the Wet/Dry
operating.
to rain. Store
or
manual
ter or without
Use only as described
vacuuming
in this man-
operation
injury or
when
section
before
servicing.
Sparks
before
unplugging.
vapors
or dust. To reduce
flamthe risk
• Do not vacuum,
near, flammable
or use this Wet/Dry
or combustible
or electric
unattended.
Vac
liquids,
2
except
for
in the
of this manual.
Vac when
from outlet when
WARNING:
of fire or explosion:
Vac with a torn fil-
as described
Wet/Dry
in. Unplug
can ignite
do not
used by or
the filter installed
damage to Wet/Dry Vac, use only Sears
Craftsman recommended
accessories.
inside the motor
materials.
shock,
to be used as a toy. Close
liquids
Do not leave
from
toxic
indoors.
attention is necessary
near children.
Vac before
ual. To reduce the risk of personal
mable
do not vacuum
Do not use this Wet/Dry
this owner's
damage.
hazards
the risk of electric
Do not allow
injury:
Read and understand
soot or ash. This
Do not use or store near hazardous
the fol-
or
will not be cap-
the risk of health
vapors or dusts,
materials.
lowing.
the risk of fire,
fireplace
or
matches,
by the filter and may cause
To reduce
injured.
When
dust,
that is burning
is a very fine dust which
if the safety
tion is not followed
anything
Do not vacuum
or killed.
means
oil-
Vac as a sprayer.
smoking, such as cigarettes,
hot ashes.
WARNING:
means if the safety information is not followed someone
could be
seriously
cleaners,
gas, hydrogen,
or gun powder.
Safety Signal Words
DANGER:
like gasoline
Turn off Wet/Dry
To reduce
shock,
the risk
do not
plugged
not in use and
Vac
of fire
run vac
Toreduce
theriskofinjuryfromacciden- Vacsbefore
servicing.
talstarting,
unplug
powercordbefore
UsethisWet/dry
Detachable
Blower
Vac
asdescribed
inthismanual.
changing
orcleaning
filter.
Whenusingasdetached
blower:
Donotunplug
bypulling
oncord.To
unplug,
grasptheplug,notthecord.
•Turnunitoffbefore
setting
onground
or
Donotusewithdamaged
cord,plugor
releasing
grasp
fromhandle.
otherparts.IfyourWet/Dry
Vacisnot
•Donotuseonwetsurfaces,
electric
working
asitshould,
hasmissing
parts, shockcouldoccur.
hasbeendropped,
damaged,
leftoutonlyatworkarea.
doors,
ordropped
intowater,returnittoa •Directairdischarge
•Donotdirectairatbystanders.
SearsService
Center.
awaywhenblowing.
Donotpullorcarrybycord,usecordas •Keepchildren
handle,
closea dooroncord,orpullcord •Donotuseblower
foranyjobexcept
around
sharpedgesorcorners.
Donot
blowing
dirtanddebris.
runWet/Dry
Vacovercord.Keepcord
Observe
thefollowing
warnings
that
awayfromheated
surfaces.
appear
onthemotorhousing
ofyourWet/
Donothandle
plugortheWet/Dry
Vac DryVac.
withwethands.
Donotputanyobjectintoventilation
GROUNDING NOT REQUIRED
OUBLE INSULATED
openings.
Donotvacuum
withanyventi- -_
WHEN SERVICING
USE ONLY
lationopenings
blocked;
keepfreeofdust,
IDENTICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS
lint,hairoranything
thatmayreduce
air
flow.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of
Keephair,looseclothing,
fingers,
andall electric shock- do not expose to
partsofbodyawayfromopenings
and
rain-store
indoors.
moving
parts.
Toreduce
theriskoffalls,useextracare WARNING: For your own safety,
read and understand
owner's
manwhencleaning
onstairs.
ual.
Do
not
pick
up
hot
ashes,
coals,
ThisWet/Dry
Vacisdouble-insulated,
toxic,
flammable
or
other
hazardeliminating
theneedforaseparate
ous materials.
Do not use around
grounding
system.
Useonlyidentical
replacement
parts.Readtheinstructions explosive liquids or vapors.
forServicing
Double-Insulated
Wet/Dry
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
The operation
of any utility vac or blower
can result in foreign objects being blown
For dusty operations,
wear dust mask.
Use only extension
cords that are rated
into the eyes, which can result in severe
eye damage. Always wear safety goggles
for outdoor use. Extension
cords in poor
condition or that are too small in wire size
complying
package)
can pose fire and shock
with ANSI Z87.1 (shown on
before commencing
operation.
Safety Goggles
retail stores.
are available
at Sears
using an extension
good condition.
will cause
WEAR
YOUR
Using
any extension
some loss of power.
cord
To keep
cord.
Extension
To reduce the risk of hearing damage,
wear ear protectors
when using the vac
hours or when,
When
the loss to a minimum,
use the following
table to choose the minimum wire size
extension
for extended
noisy area.
hazards.
cord, be sure it is in
using
it in a
Cord
Length
0-50 Ft.
50-100
Ft.
Gauge
(A.W.G.)
14
12
Introduction
This Wet/Dry Vac is intended
hold use only.
IMPORTANT
Please
Table of Contents
for house-
Item
Page
Warranty
Information
.............................
2
Safety instructions
.................................
2
Introduction ............................................
4
NOTE
Read Carefully
Static Shocks Are Common
- In dry
areas or when the relative humidity of the
air is low. To reduce the frequency
of
static shocks in your home the best remedy is to add moisture to the air with a
console humidifier.
Unpacking
Remove
of carton.
the Carton
Some units may include
shown.
Notify
Carton
5
9
13
Repair
16
Parts ........................................
Check
Contents
accessories
B
List.
C
not
your Sears Store immedi-
ately if any parts are damaged
Key
Contents
Description
4
Assembly
...............................................
Operation ...............................................
Maintenance
........................................
and Checking Carton Contents m
entire contents
each item against
Unpacking
and Checking
Carton Contents .............................
or missing.
List
............................
Qty.
A
B
16 Gallon Wet/Dry Vac ...............
Hose ..........................................
1
1
C
D
Blower Adapter ..........................
Diffuser .......................................
1
1
E
Blower
............................
1
F
G
H
Utility Nozzle ..............................
Wet Nozzle .................................
Car Nozzle .................................
1
1
1
J
Extension
.......................
2
K
L
Crevice Tool ...............................
14" Floor Brush ..........................
1
1
M
Float ...........................................
1
N
Filter Cage
P
R
S
T
Single Wheel Caster ..................
Wheel Assembly
........................
Filter Plate ..................................
Filter Nut ....................................
2
2
1
1
U
V
W
Accessory
Caddy .......................
Filter (Red Stripe) .......................
Owners Manual ..........................
1
2
1
Nozzle
Wands
.................................
F
1
N
sQ
Accessory
1. Unlatch
Caddy Assembly
the drum
latches
on the front
and rear of unit. The drum
the lid onto the drum.
latches
drum. Place the lid upside
clean smooth surface.
2. Flip the drum
upside
down
down
3. Take the accessory
on a
Orain
Cap
and position
The open
horseshoe
shaped
caddy
positioned
under
the open
Dove
Tail
on the floor.
caddy
it on the vac drum.
4. Slide the caddy
Accessory
Caddy
hold
Lift the lid off the
end of
should
be
the drain cap.
down
onto the drum,
end of the caddy
dovetail
slides
molded
area of the drum.
has two
that will press
into the
The caddy
will press onto the drum
until it rests
against
the first step of the drum.
bottom
edge of the caddy
The
will be even
with the bottom edge of the vac drum.
it is not even with the bottom of the
If
drum, tap the edge until it is flush with
the drum bottom. The tab lock located
at the rear of the caddy will latch into
the recessed area at the rear of the vac
drum.
To Install the Wheels/Casters
1. Locate the two 5-1/4"
and the single
2. Insert
wheel assemblies
wheel
the single
casters.
wheel
bottom
of the accessory
shown
(2 places).
3. Push
on the caster
casters
caddy
into the
as
until the end of the
caster stem is inserted all the way into
the socket. You will be able to hear the
end of the caster snap into the socket
the caddy.
when
positioning
4. Position
sory caddy
section
assemblies
assembly.
of
easily
Repeat
of one of
into the acces-
as illustrated.
of the assembly
let if necessary.
wheel
will rotate
is correct.
the dovetail
the wheel
support
The caster
Tap the wheel
with a soft malfor the second
5. Flip the drum/caddy
with the wheels
the floor.
assembly
of the caddy
upright
resting
NOTE:
When
emptying
wet/dry
drum,
it is not necessary
debris
remove
the vac caddy.
on
from the
to
Float/Cage
Assembly
WARNING:
For your own safety,
never connect plug to power source
outlet
until all assembly
complete
understood
the safety
instructions.
1. Remove
vac with
or missing.
the detachable
head assembly
down
on the power
blower
from the
by pressing
head latch beneath
the carry handle of the detachable
blower. Set the detachable
blower
the side.
drum.
2. Locate
/Blower
are
and
and operation
Do not operate
any parts damaged
power
steps
and you have read
Detachable
Place lid upside
down
off to
!
on
Drum /
the float and filter cage. (The
float is inside the loose
parts
Power
Latch
bag.)
3. Place the float over the center opening
in the lid with the words "This side
towards
lid" laying
hole. (See
personal
face down
__'_'_
To reduce
injury
sure
to keep
K ''I"
other
foreign
ter opening
float.
the risk
or damage
hands,
out
of
_11_
to vac be
fingers,
objects
when
of the cen-
assembling
with the slots in the center
Push
__._.._
the
ring of the lid
on the filter cage until
the tabs snap into the slots for a secure
fit.
NOTE: If filter cage needs to be removed,
because the float is placed in the wrong
way, use a flat blade screwdriver
and
insert the blade near one of the tabs
between
the filter cage and the center
ring
of the lid. Pry the tab out of the slot. Tilt
the cage and lift away from
replace, follow
instructions.
float/cage
the lid. To
assembly
_ _._
_..___f I_
or any
4. Line up the filter cage tabs as shown
assembly.
Filter
over the
illustration.)
WARNING:
Lid Asm.
Head
Latch
Slots
(3)
Cage
Tabs
Open
Float
(3)
End
Filter Assembly
1. Carefully
cage,
_
slide the filter over the filter
sliding
it over the center
ring cov-
__-'-
ering the 3 slots until the filter stops
against
2. Place
Filter Nut
Filter Plate
the lid.
the hole in the filter plate over
threaded
3. Gently
screw
Filter
of the filter cage.
push on the filter plate to seat
the rubber
cular channel
tighten
NOTE:
of the filter plate.
it down.
Finger
screw and
tighten
only.
Lever of filter nut should
be away
plate as shown.
IMPORTANT:
may deform
Red
Stripe
ring of the filter inside the cir-
4. Place filter nut onto threaded
from
_"'-"
Do not overtighten
or crack
as this
the filter plate, filter
Threaded_,_
I
Screw
_.-_
Lid
_r_
\
_r''_
Filter
Caoe
cage or the filter.
NOTE:
Your filter has a red stripe
matches
an in-store
visit your local Sears
displayer.
that
When
you
store, just remember
the color of your stripe for the correct
filter.
size
Vac Assembly
1. Locate
caddy
the lid assembly
assemblies
Latch
and the drum/
(assembled
earlier).
2. Position the lid assembly with the inlet
of the unit located in line with the drain
cap and the drum
label on the vac.
Allow the assembly
drum.
3. Rotate
to rest on the vac
both latches
the latches
drum.
down until you hear
snap over the lip of the
NOTE: For best appearance
of the unit,
the inlet of the vac should be located
above
the drain.
Cord Storage
Simply
wrap the power
assembly
and snap
plug to a wrap
cord around
the connector
of the cord.
the lid
on the
Latch
Positioning Detachable Blower
(Power Head Assembly)
1. Locate
the detachable
Craftsman
wet/dry
blower
2. On top of the blower
(opposite
dle side of the blower);
plastic
Molded
Plastic Lead
of your
vac.
there
the hanis molded
lead that is used to assist
assembling
the unit. Position
into the indented area above
the lead
the label.
ndented
Area
3. Rotate
the detachable
blower
down
until the travel of the unit stops.
4. Lightly
press
down
of the detachable
on the carry
blower
/
fq
c
handle
until the power
head latch engages the blower. The
detachable
blower is now latched to the
lid assembly.
Release
Button
Your new wet/dry
With the wet/dry
vac is ready for use.
vac completely
assem-
bled and ready for use, insert the push button end of the hose assembly
of the vac. The hose should
into the inlet
snap into
place. To remove
the hose from the vac
press the release
button
assembly
inlet.
in the hose
and pull the hose out of the vac
_
Pull
Press and
Operation
V V/'_ r_ I_l I I_l v_._
To reduce
the risk
flammable
gases
paints,
gun
gasoline,
powder
of fire
or explosion,
or flammable
alcohol
vapors
or explosive
in the air. Do not vacuum
ble liquids
or hot ashes.
hazards
reduce
Unplug
drum.
the risk of electrical
power cord before
CAUTION:
from
vapors
To reduce
ing damage
wear
or dusts,
this vac in areas
such as lighter
fluid,
dust
such
as coal,
explosive
Do not use this
health
do not operate
vac
do not
dust,
the risk
of hear-
ear protectors
2. When
using
fine dust,
being blown into the
can result in severe eye
damage. Always wear safety goggles
complying
with ANSI Z87.1 (shown
on Package)
before commencing
operation.
Safety Goggles are available at Sears retail stores.
level of this unit is too loud,
Noise
the risk of electric
has a polarized
is wider
than the other).
a polarized
shock,
outlet only one way. If the plug
fied electrician
Do not change
NOTE:
uming
this
This plug will fit in
reverse
plug. if it still does not fit, contact
When
mode,
in the exhaust
to install
always
Vacuuming
the
the proper
outlet.
the unit in the vacuinsert the air diffuser
port on the detachable
blower. This breaks
air and diffuses it.
up the direct flow of
Dry Materials
damage
to vac.
A dry filter is necessary
to pick up
dry material. If you use your vac to pick up
dust when the filter is wet, the filter will
clog quickly
and be very difficult
to clean.
3. If your filter is wet but you need to use
the vac to pick up dry material,
quickly
without
you can
dry the filter by running the vac
hose attached for about 10 min-
ter job stopping
air rushing
through
the
the very fine particles
than the 9-17816
99.99%
micron.
filter. This filter will stop
of all particles
Vacuuming
1. When
as small
as one
Liquids
picking
up small
amounts
of liq-
uid the filter may be left in place.
2. When picking up large amounts of liquid we recommend
that the filter be
removed.
If the filter is not removed,
will become
appear
1. The filter must be in correct position at
all times to reduce the risk of leaks and
possible
intervals to maintain
a quali-
the plug in any way.
using
NOTE:
frequent
The optional Craftsman
Fine Particle
Filter, stock number 9-17916 will do a bet-
plug (one blade
does not fit fully in the outlet,
more
for you to
and clean the filter at
vac will help dry the filter.
and Hand Tool Catalog.
appliance
the drum
utes. The clean
Muffler;
accessory
number 9-16991 found in
Sears retail stores or the Sears Power
To reduce
of
your vac to pick up very
peak vac performance.
the Craftsman
risk
To
it will be necessary
noisy area. The operation
of any utility vac or blower can result in for-
purchase
or
shock do not expose to rain. Store vac indoors.
changing
or cleaning filter or emptying
the dust
empty
If the noise
the
materials.
when using the vac or blower for
extended
hours or when using it in a
eign objects
eyes, which
grain
or combusti-
To reduce
toxic
with
oil-base
magnesium,
flammable
as a sprayer.
vacuum
cleaners,
saturated
and misting
it
may
in the exhaust.
3. After using the vac to pick up liquids,
the filter must be dried to reduce the
risk of possible
the filter.
mildew
and damage
to
Operation (continued)
4. When
the liquid
in the drum
reaches
a
predetermined
level, the float mechanism will rise automatically
to cut off airflow. When
this happens,
turn off the
vac, unplug the power cord, and empty
the drum. You will know that the float
has risen because
vac airflow
ceases
and the motor noise will become
in pitch, due to increased
motor
IMPORTANT:
To reduce
age to the vac
higher
speed.
the risk of dam-
do not run motor
with float
in raised position.
Emptying
Dust Drum
WARNING:
To reduce
the risk of
injury from
accidental
starting,
unplug power
the drum.
1. To remove
cord before
the lid to empty
emptying
contents
of
Latch
the dust drum, simply lift the two drum
latches at the front and rear of the dust
drum and lift the lid assembly
up and off
the dust drum and set to the side.
NOTE:
Do not pick up the lid assembly
by lifting on the handle
to the detach-
able blower. Lift the lid assembly
by the
latches. This will ensure that the
detachable
separate
blower
during
4. If the contents are liquid, you may dispose by using the drain provided in the
drum for easy emptying. Simply
unscrew the drain cap and allow the liquid to drain completely out of the vac
drum.
and the lid will not
removal
of the lid
assembly.
2. Lay the lid assembly
clean
dry area while
or changing
3. Dump
waste
upside
emptying
down
on a
the drum
the filter.
the drum
contents
disposal
container.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of
back injury or falls, do not lift a vac
heavy with liquid or debris. Scoop or
drain enough contents out to make
the vac light enough to lift comfortably.
into the proper
10
To Store Your Accessories
Your
Craftsman
accessory
pockets
caddy
wet/dry
storage.
located
and two
vac
There
at
the
storage
caddy
is
are five storage
rear
areas
of
the
vac
at the front
of the storage
caddy. Conveniently
store
designed
to provide
better stability
and
accessory
nozzles
and extension
wands
I_
on the rear of the caddy and use the front
storage
for hose storage
and/or male to
male and air diffuser
storage.
Cord Wrap
When vacuuming
is complete,
cord and wrap it around
unplug
the
Cord Wrap
Area
the lid assembly
in the area provided between
the raised letter area marked
the inlet and
"Cord
Wrap".
11
Operation (continued)
Moving
Should
the Vac
it become
necessary
to pick the
die
vac up to move it, the handles may be
used on the sides of the dust drum. Do
not use the handle
able blower
located
on the detach-
to pick up the entire
wet/dry
vac or the lid assembly.
Handle
Blowing
Your
Feature
wet/dry
blower".
vac
features
a "detachable
It has the capability
a dedicated
blower
WARNING:
Always
gles complying
using
WARNING:
blowing
inhaled.
to be used as
for yard
cleanup
and workshop
blow sawdust and other
when
_
work,
applications
debris.
wear
safety
with ANSI
injury to bystanders,
keep them
I WARNING:
To reduce
clear of blowing
debris.the risk of
patio
to
1. Familiarize
blower
gog-
2. Remove
Z87.1
creates
a dust
mask
dust which
the detachable
if
might
be
This latch holds
blower
to the lid assembly.
the handle
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of hear-
away
ing damage wear ear protectors
when using the vac/blower for
extended hours or when using it in a
noisy area.
the Detachable
This may be assembled
1. Insert
of your
the detachable
blower
upward
up by raising
and pulling
from the nested
position
the unit
of the
hinges.
Blower for "Blowing"
two ways.
the small end of one of the exten-
Blowing
~
sion wands
detachable
vac.
blower
blower.
3. Lift the detachable
Assemble
with the detachable
of your wet/dry
vac by pressing down on the latch
under the handle of the detachable
as a blower.
Wear
yourself
portion
into the blowing port of the
blower, insert the blowing
_
Port
Extension
\
adapter into the extension wand and
install the blower nozzle onto the blow-
Wand
ing adapter.
-OR2. Insert
the blowing
blowing
Connect
adapter
into the
port of the detachable
Blowin(
Adapter
blower.
Blower
Nozzle
the large end of the extension
3. Turn the blower "ON" by toggling
switch in the handle of the blower
wand to the blowing adapter. Connect
the blower nozzle to the extension
wand.
"ON"
12
position.
the
to the
The
wet/dry
blowing
vac
using
may
the
plied with the wet/dry
install
the
blower
also
seven
be
foot
used
hose
for
inside of the push button end of the vac
hose. Assemble
the hose to the blower
sup-
vac.
adapter
adapter
port of the wet/dry vac.
The blower
adapter
will
in the
blowing
insert
into
and connect
the opposite
the blower
nozzle
to
end of the hose.
The unit is ready for blowing
applications.
the
Blower Nozzle
Blowing Port
Blower
Adapter
Blower Nozzle
Maintenance
Blower
Intake
WARNING:
To reduce
the risk
injury from
accidental
starting,
unplug
power
or cleaning
After
cord before
of
I
changing
filter.
using
the detachable
blower
I
of your
wet/dry vac, examine
the bottom
of the
blower for dust and debris. Check to see if
the intake
to the blower
to the plastic
vents
has debris
and foam
stuck
'_
pad.
To clean the foam pad under the
shield of the detachable
blower:
intake
1. Remove the three
intake shield.
the
2. Lift the intake
3. Lift the foam
detached
shield
blower,
Holder
Foam
_
from the
the foam
pad from
and set the foam
the foam
foam
Reinstall foam
the holder.
need to replace
part section
7. Reinstall
pad for reuse.
it, check
Screws
(3)
6. Replace foam pad holder on blower
with the tabs away from the blower.
pad holder
foam pad to dry.
5. Examine
Shield
4"=
to the side. Clean the foam pad in warm
soapy water or brush debris away.
Allow
Pad
Intake
_
pad holder
from the blower.
the foam
pad holder
holding
Pad
off and set aside.
pad away
will also lift away
4. Remove
screws
Foam
If you
intake
pad under
shield
The unit is ready for use.
the service
of this manual.
13
the tabs of
and 3 screws.
Maintenance
Cleaning
Dry
Vac Filter
Your filter should
maintain
(continued)
be cleaned
often to
picking
storing
top of the lid while
filter with holes or tears in it. Even
open
a small
of high quality
when
removing
the filter
to clean
carefully
or installing
through
the filter for cleaning
remove
the
IMPORTANT:
To reduce
vac for dry material
filter is removed,
under "Wet Filter".
run water through
It is there
the drum
sfu
pressure
Take care
from the hose is not
through
10 minutes.
The clean
air
the filter will dry it.
Installation
the
Refer to "Filter Assembly".
Allow the filter to dry before
and storing the vac.
the filter
to shut off airof
reinstalling
quds.
Vac
3. Wipe out with dry cloth.
To keep your Wet/Dry Vac looking its best,
clean the outside with a cloth dampened
with warm water
To clean
After
rushing
pickup.
Do not remove
or float.
Wet/Dry
Filter
approximately
the risk of dam-
age to the blower wheel and motor,
always reinstall the filter before using
CAUTION:
be done
quarters.
strong enough to damage filter. Remember: To dry a filter quickly, reinstall the filter on the vac and allow the unit to run for
filter
plate and lift off filter.
f ow when
it as described
Wet
that water
or
filter nut from
on the filter cage, remove
cage
SHOULD
the filter from a hose or spigot.
replacement,
screw
Cleaning
and not in the living
of the filter.
Removal
To remove
off.
4. For thorough cleaning of dry filter with fine
dust (no debris), you may run water
it.
Creases in the filter pleats may occur
from installation
but creases will not affect
the performance
the vac is turned
against the inside wall of your dust drum
and the debris will loosen and fall.
paper designed
to stop very small particles of dust. The filter can be used for wet
or dry pick up. Handle
the filter
your hand on
3. After filter removal from vac, remove the
dry debris by gently tapping the filter
it immediately.
is made
area.
outdoors
hole can cause a lot of dust to come out of
This filter
removing
2. For best results of cleaning due to
accumulated
dust, clean the filter in an
IMPORTANT:
After cleaning,
check the filter for tears or small holes. Do not use a
NOTE:
of dry debris can be
without
from the vac by slapping
or
up dry debris.
your vac. Replace
removal
accomplished
peak vac performance.
Be sure to dry the filter before
Filter
1. Some
WARNING: To assure product
SAFETY and RELIABILITY, repairs and
adjustment should be performed by
Sears Service Centers, always using
Sears replacement parts.
and mild soap.
the drum:
1. Dump
debris
2. Wash
drum
out.
thoroughly.
14
Wet Nozzle
farthest
To pick up liquids
use the 2-1/2"
off a smooth
wet nozzle
plied with your wet!dry
surface,
accessory
a second
extension
may be picked
nozzle
across
will dry the surface
Replacement
nozzle
Parts.
to the
be flipped
thumbs
_,
,
-
lower
opening
holding
removable
the latches
the
-
=
-
*
=
•
.q
the nozzle
of the nozzle
with
closest
on the far side and
the latches
of the
insert, flip the nozzle over so
are on the top and the round
inlet opening
is facing
away from you.
Make sure the squeegee
for the squeegee
through
_n
to you. With fingers
The squeegee
becomes
m
both hands,
the round
up by dragging
may be obtained
If the rubber
you.)
,
body onto the insert and squeegee
as you vacuum.
rubber
from
,
2. Using
to the
wand
the surface.
.
sup-
first, and connect the 2-112" x 7' hose to
the extension wand.
Liquids
.
i ......
vac. To use this
nozzle, simply attach the nozzle
end of an extension wand.
Connect
rl
stays on the
insert pins.
Sears
worn,
it may
over for use on the opposite
side or replaced.
part #822256).
(Replacement
To reverse
service
or replace
the
squeegee:
1. Lay the wet nozzle
the round
on a fiat surface
inlet opening
facing
with
up and
3. Press
the two latches
close to you as shown.
Latches
/.__
Nozzle
down with each thumb
latching
removable
2. Using
both
hands,
on the removable
latches)
position
insert,
tabs into their original
and two fingers
4. inspect
each thumb
(below
squeegee
of each hand
NOTE:
body.
3. Gently pull the latches
to remove the insert.
To reinstall
follow
these
1. Place
the removable
toward
the removable
and the latches
close
assembly
and gently
twist
hold
with both hands
in opposite
directions.
snap into proper
Twist
Forward
insert on a flat surupward
to you as shown.
Place
the rubber
insert,
with the pins fitting
squeegee
on the
through
holes in the squeegee.
sure the new working
If the pins are out position,
the nozzle
position.
Twist
Backward
insert correctly,
steps:
slots
body.
The insert pins should
face with the pins positioned
matching
yourself
the holes of the
and fit into the matching
in the nozzle
on each latch, lift and disengage
the
two latches from the tabs on the nozzle
over the locking
position.
the pins of the insert to make
sure they fit through
the
the
insert snap into the nozzle
body. Snap the latches
ody
below
tabs until you see and hear the
edge
the
(Make
The wet
is located
pickup
15
nozzle
use.
assembly
is ready
for wet
J
Repair Parts
16 Gallon Wet/Dry Vac With Detachable
Model Number 113.170330
Always
order
by Part Number
Blower
- Not by Key Number
WARNING
SERVICING
In a double-insulated
instead of grounding.
appliance,
should
a means
Vac requires
be done
for grounding
extreme
only by qualified
double-insulated
double-insulated
Wet/Dry
Wet/Dry
and the symbol
ance.
r_-I(square
Key
No.
WET/DRY
Part No.
care
be added.
personnel.
a double-insu-
of the system,
Replacement
and
parts for a
Vac must be identical to the parts they replace. Your
Vac is marked with the words "DOUBLE
INSULATED"
within
a square)
509238
9-17816
1Filter
(Red Stripe)
Plate
Cage
may also be marked
Key
No.
Description
1
21
22
23
24
25
26
Filter/Float
Part No.
816345-1
15534-1
818413
818961
822459-1
826404
3
9-16937
1Filter
4
9-16938
5
826286-1
1 Filter Nut
Drum
6
73185
7
822479
8
826285
9
73102
Accessory
Caster
10
826387
Drum
11
826386
Lid
12
822442-1
Gasket
Lid
13
826388
Power
Head
14
820563-7
32
826355
15
826383
intake
Shield
33
826354
16
826411
Foam
Pad
34
822256
17
826389
Foam
Pad Holder
--
SP6481
18
822467-10
19
826382
Cord w/Plug
Detachable
Lid
20
823871
Rocker
Drain Cap
Wheel
on the appli-
Description
Nut-Hex
Washer
Flange
Blower
27
28
29
3O
31
Caddy
Motor
Blowing
Blower Adapter
Motor Cover
815096
826356-1
Key
thru 24)
822482
Latch
Diffuser
Hose Adapter
tHose
2 1/2" x 7'
(Includes
* Screw Pan Hd. Ty
AB #10 x 3/4
Gasket
(includes
822480
826385
1/4-20
Wheel
Spacer
Collector
Nos.21,
Latch
1 Stock Item - May be secured
stores.
Hardware
Servicing
and knowledge
service
2
* Standard
VAC
Wet/Dry Vac, two systems of insulation
are provided
No grounding
means is provided on a double-insulated
nor should
lated Wet/Dry
OF DOUBLE-INSULATED
Key Nos.
30 thru 33)
Spring Tab
Hose End Interlock
Squeegee
Owners Manual
(Not illustrated)
Switch
through
the hardware
Item - May be purchased
16
locally
department
of most Sears
retail
Repair Parts
32
34
17
£RAFTSMAN®
Accessories
and Attachments
Get more versatility from your Craftsman wet/dry vacuum by adding these accessories.
Additional wet/dry vac accessories may be purchased at your local Sears retail store
or Sears/Craftsman Power and Hand Tool Catalog.
@
17820 2-1/2"x7' Hose
16964 Extension Wands
16922 Utility Nozzle
17817 Wet Nozzle
16978 Car Nozzle
16915 Multipurpose
Floor Tool
16947, 16948
Inflator Nozzle
NOTE: Most Accessories
16933 Blower Nozzle
16926 14" Floor
Brush
17816 Paper Pleated
Filter
16991
Noise Muffler
16925 Dry Nozzle
16902 Crevice Tool
16901 Dusting
Brush
17916 High Efficiency
Filter
Are Available In 2-1/2 Inch And 1-1/4 Inch Sizes
18
16934 Hose Grip
16917 Hose
Connector
16930 Hose Lock
16935 Gutter Nozzle
Sawdust Collection Series
Whole-shop Sawdust Manifold-Type Collection System
29964
Radial Arm Saw
Dust Collection Kit
29963
Table Saw Dust
Collection Kit
29962
19
For in-home
major
brand repair service:
Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
1-800-4-MY-HOME
Para pedir servicio
(1-800-469-4663)
de reparacion
a domicilio-
For the repair or replacement
1-800-676-5811
parts you need:
Call 6 am - 11 pm CST, 7 days a week
PartsDirect
1-800-366-PART
Para ordenar
(1-800-366-7278)
piezas con entrega
For the location
a domicilio
- 1-800-659-7084
of a Sears Parts and Repair Center
in your area:
Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
1-800-488-1222
For information
on purchasing
a Sears Maintenance
or to inquire about an existing
Call 9 am - 5 pm, Monday
Agreement
Agreement:
- Saturday
1-800-827-6655
SEARS
HomeCentral
SM
The model and serial numbers will be found on the handle.
When requesting service or ordering
following
information:
•
•
Product Type
Part Number
•
•
parts, always provide the
Model Number
Part Description
© 2002 Emerson
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL. 60179 U.S.A.
Part No. SP6481
Form No. SP6481
Printed in U.S.A. 5/02
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