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FORM NO. 769-08370
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Operating manual
Contents
Safe operating practices . . . . . . .
Operating and display elements .
Installation manual . . . . . . . . . . .
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance and cleaning . . . . .
Transportation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Details on the ratings plate
Enter all information on the rating
plate of your unit in the following
field. You can find the rating plate
near the engine.
These specifications are very
important for subsequent
identification when ordering spare
parts and for customer service.
Improper use is not covered by the
warranty and the manufacturer will
reject any liability. The user is liable
for all injuries to third parties and
damage to their property.
Operate the unit only in the technical
condition as stipulated and delivered
by the manufacturer.
Arbitrary changes to the unit will
exclude the manufacturer from any
liability for resulting injury and/or
damage.
Read all instructions before
operating
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These and other details for your
appliance can be found on the
separate CE declaration of
conformity that forms an integral
part of these operating instructions.
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Illustrations
Fold out the illustrated pages at the
start of the operating manual.
Graphical representations may
deviate in detail from the purchased
unit.
Safe operating practices
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Using the unit correctly
This unit is designed exclusively for
use
– as a leaf vacuum/leaf blower
around the outside of the house
and in the garden,
– according to the descriptions and
safety instructions indicated in this
operating manual.
Any other use is not as intended.
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Please read these instructions
carefully. Familiarize yourself with
the operation and handling of the
unit.
Never allow children or other
persons to use the appliance
who do not know the operating
instructions.
Do not use this unit if you are tired
or ill or under the influence of
alcohol, drugs or medication.
Children and young people under
16 years of age must not operate
the unit.
This unit is not designed to be
used by persons (including
children) who have limited
physical, sensory or mental
abilities or who have no
experience and/or knowledge of
the unit, unless they are
supervised by a person
responsible for their safety or they
have been instructed by the
person how to use the unit.
Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with
the appliance.
Check the unit before using it.
Replace damaged parts. Ensure
that all connections are attached
and tight. If these instructions are
not followed, the user and
bystanders may be injured or the
unit damaged.
Always be aware of the risk of
injury to head, hands and feet.
Keep children, onlookers and
animals out of the area in which
you want to work. Keep children,
bystanders and animals at
a minimum distance of 15 m;
there is always a risk of bystanders being hit by ejected objects.
Bystanders should wear eye
protection. If you are approached,
switch off the engine immediately .
Operating the unit
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Use outdoors with the permitted
and appropriately identified connection cable only, e.g. H07RN –
F 3 x 1,5 mm² (max. 25 m).
Connecting parts of connection
cables must be splash-proof and
made of rubber or covered with
rubber.
Before using the unit, always
check whether the connection
cable is damaged, brittle or
tangled.
Before using the unit, always
check whether the power cord
and mains plug are damaged.
Immediately have a damaged
cable replaced by a specialist
company.
To do this, switch off the unit and
pull out the mains plug. Use only
a connection cable which is in
perfect condition.
Never start the unit and never
leave it running in a closed room
or building. Use the unit outdoors
only.
Wear eye and ear protection when
using the unit. If working in a dusty
environment, wear a face or dust
mask. A long-sleeved shirt is
recommended.
Wear thick, long trousers, boots
and gloves.
Keep hair, clothing and gloves
away from moving parts. Loose
clothing, jewellery or long hair may
become caught by moving parts.
If required, wear a hair net.
Use this unit for its designated
purpose only.
Do not stretch too far over the
unit. Always have a secure footing
and keep your balance.
Do not use this unit unless it is fully
assembled. Do not use the unit
without attached vacuum/blow
pipe and vacuum bag. Check that
the vacuum bag is closed.
Never carry the unit by the power
cord.
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Always guide the unit power cord
away from the unit to the rear.
Before carrying out any care and
maintenance work or installing
and removing the blow/vacuum
pipe and vacuum bag, switch off
the motor and pull the mains plug
out of the socket.
Operate the unit in daylight or
adequate artificial lighting only.
Avoid starting the unit
unintentionally. Be ready to
operate the unit as soon as you
switch it on. User and unit must be
in a stable position when the unit
is started. Follow the instructions
for starting and stopping the
engine.
If the unit hits or becomes
ensnared by a foreign object,
immediately switch off the engine
and check for damage. Before
checking the unit, pull the mains
plug out of the socket.
Never use the unit with loose or
damaged parts.
While the engine is running, never
place the unit on dusty or dirty
surfaces. Dirt, grass, foliage, etc.
may be drawn in and cause
injuries and/or damage the unit.
If there are any unusual vibrations,
immediately switch the motor off
and pull the mains plug out of the
socket. Check the unit for
damage. If the unit is damaged,
contact a specialist company.
Switch the motor off and pull the
mains plug out of the socket
before removing obstructions/
blockages, emptying the vacuum
bag or before carrying out any
work on the unit, e.g. checking,
cleaning, transporting, making
adjustments.
Keep hands, face and feet away
from all rotating parts. Do not
touch the rotor while it is rotating
and do not try to stop it either.
Never use this unit to spread
chemical products, fertilisers or
other substances which contain
toxic substances.
Do not put anything into the intake
opening by hand.
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Do not use the unit in adverse
weather conditions, e.g. if there is
a probability of rain or a storm.
Keep away from naked flames,
avoid creating sparks and do not
smoke.
Using the unit as a blower
 Never point the unit at persons,
pets or windows. Always blow in
a direction in which there are no
persons, animals or fragile, solid
surfaces (e.g. windows, walls,
cars).
Using the unit as a vacuum
 This unit is used for collecting dry
materials, such as leaves, grass,
twigs and scraps of paper. Do not
attempt to draw in damp objects
or water, as the unit may be
damaged.
 Do not vacuum up metal, pieces
of glass, etc., as the rotor could
be severely damaged as a result.
 Do not draw in hot objects, such
as ash, embers, cigarettes, etc.
The vacuum bag could catch fire.
Other safety instructions
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Before starting work, clear the
working area of all foreign objects
which may damage the unit or
which may cause injuries or
damage if blown away or ejected.
Before storing or transporting the
unit, leave the engine to cool
down.
Protect your unit while it is being
transported.
Store the unit in a dry, closed
room to prevent unauthorised use
or damage. Keep the unit away
from children.
Never douse or splash the unit
with water or other liquids. Keep
the unit dry, clean and free of dust.
Clean the unit after each use and
follow the instructions for cleaning
and storage.
Never use parts, accessories or
attachments which are not
authorised for this unit. Otherwise,
the user may be seriously injured
and the unit damaged. In addition,
your warranty may be deemed
null and void.
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Therefore use original spare parts
and original accessories only or
spare parts and accessories
authorised by the manufacturer.
Never operate the unit with
a defective operating switch.
Have all repairs carried out by
a repair shop only.
Keep this manual. Read it
frequently and use it to instruct
other users. If you lend this unit to
somebody else, also include this
manual.
Operating times
Observe the national/municipal
regulations concerning times of use
(if required, ask your local authority).
Symbols on the appliance
This operating manual describes
safety and international symbols and
pictograms which may be displayed
on this unit. Read this user
handbook in order to familiarise
yourself with all safety, installation,
operating and repair instructions.
Attention!
Before starting up the
unit, read the
operating instructions!
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Keep third parties
away from the danger
area!
Before carrying out
any work on the unit,
e.g. making
adjustments, cleaning,
checking, etc., switch
the unit off and pull out
the mains plug!
Risk of injury from
rotating parts!
Keep hands and feet
away from rotating
parts.
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Operating manual
Wear eye and ear
protection.
Operating and display
elements
Do not use the unit in
the rain.
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Blow operating mode
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Symbols used in this
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The following symbols are used in
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Indicates important information and
application tips.
Disposal instructions
Dispose of packaging remnants, old
units, etc., in accordance with local
regulations.
Old electrical
equipment is
recyclable and
should therefore not
be thrown in the
dustbin!
We request that you support us with
your active contribution in the
conservation of resources and
protection of the environment and to
dispose of this unit at collection
points, if available.
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Fig. 1
1 Operating switch (On/Off switch)
2 Connector plug
3 Cable strain relief
4 Fastening hook at back
5 Vacuum bag
6 Zip
7 Blow/vacuum selector lever
8 Fastening hook at front
9 Transport wheel (optional)
10 Blow opening
11 Intake opening
12 Vacuum/blow pipe
13 Shoulder strap
14 Grip knob
15 Handle
3. Screw the screw back in and
tighten, but not too tightly.
Fig. 2b
1. Loosen screw on the vacuum/
blow pipe and remove.
2. Push vacuum/blow pipe (part b)
all the way into the vacuum/blow
pipe (part a).
3. Screw the screw back in and
tighten, but not too tightly.
Attaching transport wheel
(optional)
Fig. 2c
1. Remove the screw.
2. Push transport wheel all the way
onto the vacuum/blow pipe.
3. Screw the screw back in and
tighten, but not too tightly.
However, tight enough so that
the transport wheel is situated
firmly on the vacuum/blow pipe!
Removal
 Proceed in reverse sequence to
installation.
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Installing and removing the
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 Hook vacuum bag onto the front
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 Push the vacuum bag adapter (1)
onto the connection (2) on the
housing.
Press adapter until the catches (3)
on both sides engage.
 Hook vacuum bag onto the back
fastening hook (5).
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Installing and removing the
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Installation
Fig. 2a
1. Loosen screw on the unit and
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2. Push vacuum/blow pipe (part a)
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Removal
Fig. 4
 Detach vacuum bag from the
back fastening hook.
 Press the catches (1) on both
sides and remove the vacuum
bag.
 Detach vacuum bag from the front
fastening hook.
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Assembling and adjusting
the shoulder strap
Fig. 5
 Open retaining hook (1) and hook
onto the fastening eye (2) on the
housing and close again.
Fig. 6
 Pull the shoulder strap over your
head and adopt the work position.
Fig. 7
 Adjust the shoulder strap to your
height.
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1. Attach connection cable to the
cable grip (Fig. 8).
2. First connect power cord to the
unit plug and then insert into
a 230 V socket.
3. Put on the shoulder strap already
adjusted to your height.
4. Set to operating position (Fig. 6).
5. Preselect “Blow” or “Vacuum”
operating mode (Fig. 9).
6. Press the operating switch /
On/Off switch (Fig. 10).
The motor is running and you can
now start work (Fig. 11).
Stopp the engine
Release the operating switch /
On/Off switch (Fig. 10).
The motor stops after a short time.
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Stopping the appliance
When you are using the unit:
 Attach the shoulder strap to the
unit.
 Pull the shoulder strap over your
head.
 Adopt the work position (Fig. 6).
Switching between vacuum
and blow function
Note
It is possible to switch between
vacuum and blow function while the
engine is running. Turn the selector
lever, always ensuring that it
engages with the corresponding
symbol. Never move the selector
lever to an intermediate position.
Fig. 9
Blow function
 Move the selector lever to the
symbol.
Vacuum function
 Move the selector lever to the
symbol.
Emptying the vacuum bag
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significantly.
Emptying without removing the
vacuum bag
 Open the zip and dispose of the
contents of the vacuum bag in
accordance with local regulations.
 Close the zip again.
Emptying with removing the
vacuum bag
Fig. 15
 Detach vacuum bag from the
back fastening hook (2).
 Press the catches (1) on both
sides and remove the vacuum
bag.
 Detach vacuum bag from the front
fastening hook (3).
 Open the zip and dispose of the
contents of the vacuum bag in
accordance with local regulations.
 After emptying the vacuum bag,
turn it inside out and shake
thoroughly to remove dust and
dirt from the fabric.
 Turn the vacuum bag back the
right way, close the zip and reattach the vacuum bag.
User information
When to use the blow function
Use in areas which are difficult to
clean:
– Flowerbeds, bushes, trees
(Fig. 12)
– House corners (Fig. 13)
– Grilles, fences, etc. (Fig. 14).
 Hold the unit as illustrated in
Figs. 12–14.
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Hold the vacuum/blow pipe
several centimetres above the
ground and make sweeping
movements from side to side.
Walk slowly forwards.
Keep the collected pile of refuse in
front of you.
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When to use the vacuum function
 For areas which are difficult to
clean, such as flowerbeds,
bushes, house corners, etc.
 Hold the unit with the vacuum/
blow pipe slightly inclined, as
illustrated in Fig. 11, or move on
the transport wheel (optional).
 Collect light-weight material by
making sweeping movements to
the side. Leaves and twigs are
vacuumed up and crushed.
The vacuum bag can then hold
more material.
 Empty the vacuum bag when full.
After finishing work
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Cleaning the unit
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Use a small brush for cleaning the
outside of the unit. Do not use
abrasive detergents. Household
cleaners which contain aromatic oils
such as pine oil or lemon as well as
solvents such as kerosene may
damage the plastic housing and
handle.
Regularly clean connection (2, Fig. 3)
for holding the vacuum bag.
Wipe housing with a damp cloth
only.
Cleaning the vacuum bag
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Switch off the engine.
Pull the mains plug out of the
socket and the unit.
Leave the motor to cool down
(approx. 30 minutes) before
cleaning, servicing, storing or
shutting down the unit.
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Wear safety glasses and a dust
mask.
After using the unit, always empty
and shake out the vacuum bag.
Once a year (or more often if
required) wash the vacuum bag:
– Empty the vacuum bag
thoroughly.
– Turn the vacuum bag inside out.
– Shake out vacuum bag.
– Clean vacuum bag with a soap
solution.
– Leave the vacuum bag to dry.
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Before storing the unit, leave the
engine to cool down.
Store the unit in a dry, closed
room to prevent unauthorised use
or damage. Keep the unit away
from children.
Long-term storage
If the unit is to be stored for
a prolonged period, proceed as
follows:
 Thoroughly clean the unit and
check for loose and damaged
parts. Repair or replace damaged
parts and tighten loose screws,
nuts and bolts. The unit can now
be stored.
 Store the unit in a dry, closed
room to prevent unauthorised use
or damage. Keep the unit away
from children.
Transportation
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Stopp the engine.
Pull mains plug out of the socket.
Remove power cord from the
connector plug on the unit.
Before transporting the unit, leave
it to cool down.
Secure the unit to prevent it from
shifting during transportation.
Warranty
The warranty regulations issued by
our company or the importer are
valid in all countries. We shall repair
any faults on your unit free of charge
in accordance with the warranty,
provided the fault was due to
defective materials or
manufacturing. If claiming under the
warranty, please contact your seller
or your nearest branch
Operating manual
English
Troubleshooting
Error
Cause
Remedial action
Engine does not start.
Connection cable not connected
or defective.
Check and plug in cable; if required replace
or have it repaired by a specialist.
Household fuse overloaded.
Switch on fuse; if required increase the
fused house connection or have one
installed by a specialist.
Operating switch defective.
Have it repaired by a specialist company
Motor suddenly stops.
Plug has become loose.
Check cable, ensure that it is attached to
the cord grip, insert plug again.
The engine has no power or the
unit is not vacuuming/blowing.
Vacuum bag full.
Empty the vacuum bag.
Damaged vacuum/blow turbine.
Have defective parts replaced by
a specialist company.
Blocked vacuum/blow pipe.
Remove and clean vacuum/blow pipe.
Damaged vacuum/blow turbine
or other parts.
Switch off the unit immediately.
Have defective parts replaced by
a specialist company.
Strong vibrations.
If you have any further questions, please contact your authorised dealer on site.
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