Bissell 6405 SERIES User guide

Bissell 6405 SERIES User guide
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USER'S
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Instructions
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/hank you for buyinga BISSELLHealthyHome VacuumTM
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system.
We trust that it will bring you many years of satisfaction.
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It is backed
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Home Vacuum.
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tRTANTSAFETYiNSTRUCTiONS
Whenusingan electrical appliance,basic
precautionsshouldbe observed,including
the following:
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Turnoff all controls before plugging or unplugging
vacuum cleaner.
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Use extra care when cleaning stairs.
READALL iNSTRUCTiONS
BEFOREUSINGYOUR
UPRIGHTVACUUM.
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Unplug before attaching the TurboBrush.
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Do not pick up flammable materials (lighter fluid,
gasoline, kerosene,etc.) or use in the presence of
explosive liquids or vapors.
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Do not pick up toxic material (chlorine bleach,
ammonia, drain cleaner, etc.).
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Do not use vacuumcleaner in an enclosedspace
filled with vapors givenoff by oil base paint, paint
thinner,some moth proofing substances,flammable
dust, or other explosiveor toxic vapors.
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Do not pick up hard or sharp objects such as
glass, nails,screws, coins, etc.
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Do not pickup anythingthat is burningor smoking,
suchas cigarettes,matches,or hot ashes.
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Do not use without fi_tersin place.
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Use only on dry, indoor surfaces.
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Keepappliance on a level surface.
Unplug from outlet when not in use and
before servicing.
Do not use outdoors or on wet surfaces.
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Do not carrythe vacuumcleaner while it is running.
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Brush may unexpectedlyrestart. Unplug from
outlet when cleaning or servicing.
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Do not allow children to operatevacuum
cleaner or use as a toy.
SAVETHESE
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Close attention is necessary when used by or
near children.
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR
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Do not use for any purposeotherthan describedin
this User'sGuide.
FUTURE
USE
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Useonly manufacturer's recommended
attachments.
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Donotusewithdamagedcordor plug.
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If appliance is not working as it should, has been
dropped, damaged, left outdoors, or dropped
into water, have it repairedat an authorized
service center.
Always connectto a polarizedoutlet (one slot is wider
than the other).Unplug from outlet when not in use and
before conductingmaintenance.
/k WARNING:
Toreduce
the risk of fire, electric shock,
or injury:
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Do not modify the polarizedplug to fit a
non-polarizedoutlet or extension cord.
Do not leave vacuum cleaner unattended when it
is plugged in.
THISAPPLIANCEHAS
A POLARIZEDPLUG.
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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 applianceover cord.
Keepcord awayfrom heatedsurfaces.
To reducethe nsk of electricshock,this appliancehas a
polarizedplug (onebladeis widerthanthe other).This plug
will fit in a polarizedoutletonlyone way.If the plug does
notfit fullyin the outlet,reversethe plug.If it still does not
fit, contacta qualifiedelec,
tdcianto installa properoutlet.
Do notchangethe plug in anyway.
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Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp
the plug, not the cord.
This model is for householduse only.
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Do not handlevacuum cleaneror plug with
wet hands.
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Do not put any objectinto openings.Do not use w_h
any openingblocked;keep openingsfree of dust,
lint, hair,and anythingthat may reduceair flow.
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Keephair,loose clothing,fingers, and all partsof
body awayfrom openingsand movingparts.
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UpperHandle
PowerSwitch
Hose
TurboBrush
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-CarryingHandle
Brush
FilterDoorLatch
HEPAFilter
Cartridge(inside)
"_Quick Release
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PowerCord
©revice
Tool
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Headlight\
........FilterTray(foam
filterinside)
Wand
Wand Base
HoseCollar
_ Diverter
BrushWindow
Furniture
Protection
Guard
iExtension
Wand
Brush
HandleRelease
Pedal
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CAUTION:
Assembling your vacuum
Do not plug in your
vacuum cleaner until
you are familiar with
all instructionsand
operating procedures,
Toolrequired:Phillipsscrewdriver
1, Slide upper handleonto lower handle.Insert
one screw into hole marked with an arrow
and tighten until snug.
Attach hoseby lining up the tabs on the
collar with the correspondingnotcheson
the back of the vacuum as shown.Turn
clockwiseto lock the hoseinto place.
Wrap the hoseby routing it down and into
the lower hoseclip then up andover the top
of the handle.Insert the hosewand fully into
the hosebase.
Note:it is importantthat the hoseis fully
insertedintothe basefor the auctionair to
be directedproperlyto the feet duringfloor
vacuuming.
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Store TurboBrushon the front of the handle
by aligning the slot at the bottomwith the
tab and snappinginto place.
Placecrevicetool insidetelescopingextension
wand.Storetoolson vacuumasshown.
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vacuum cJeafler
Transportingyour cleaner
Usethe handleon the front to carrythe cleaner
or placethe cleanerin the uprightpositionand
tip backto roll on the rearwheels.
cor._d
Releasing the power
Theupper and lowercordwraps rotateto allow
for quick and easyremovalof the powercord=
Fingertip power switch
Thepowerbuttonis Iocetsdat the top ofthe
vacuumhandle.
Toturnclasheron, press_) buttononce.
ToturnclasherOFF,prees_) buttonagain.
Nero:Therotatingbrushwill notturn an
unlessthe unitis in the reclinedposition
andthe brushswitchis on.
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Handle positions
Useyourfootto pullthe handlereleasepedal
hack to reclinethe vacuumcleaner.
ATTENTION:
Height adjustment
Thereare sevenheightsettingsavailable for
variousfloorsurfaces.Turnthe dial onthe foot of
the clasherto the desiredsetting.
Lowestsetting - Forharefloors.
Mediumsettings- Forshortand mediumpile
carpets.
Highsetting- Forplushcarpet.
Note: Foroptimalcleaningperformance,
adjusttothe lowestpracticalsetting, if
yourcleaneris difficult to push,adjustto
the nexthighersetting.
Some Berber carpets have a
tendencyto fuzz with wear.
Repeatedstrokes in the same
area may aggravatethis
condition. Consider setting your
cleaner on a higherthan normal
setting for this typeof carpet.
if the dial isdifficulttoturn,tilt the cleaner
hackslightlytotake the weightoffThefoot
whileturning.
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Using yourvacuumcontinued
Fingertip brush switch
TherotaUngbrushis turned on or offusingthe
switchat the sideof the topof the handle.The
brush will start rotatingwhenthe unitis reclined.
Thebrushshouldbe on for mostcarpetedfloors.
Youmaywant to turn the brushoff for barefloor
cleaningor otherdelicate surfaces=
Toturn the brushON,press_
button once.
Toturn the brushOFF,press_
buttonagain.
Brush auto shut-off feature
Whenyourcleaneris in the uprightposition,the
brush will notrotate.Thebrushwill rotateonly
whenthe cleaneris in the reclinedpositionand
the brushswitchis on.
IVlicroban®antimicrobial
product protection
Microban®antimicrobialprotectionfights the
growth of odorcausingbacteria,mold and
mildew in yourvacuum,it is built-in to key
componentsduringthe manufacturingprocess
andwon't wash offor wearaway.Microban
providescontinuousantimicrobialproduct
protectionfor the usefullifetime of the product
keepingyourvacuumcleanerandfresher.
Note: Thisshouldnotreplacenormal
cleaningand maintenanceprocedures.
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Microbanis a registered
trademarkofMicrobanProducts
Company,
Acarosan® Dust Mite Control
As partof a completeciesningprogram,use
BiSSELLAcarosandustmite powderand spray.
Tokiil dustmites lurkingin yourhome,use
the Acarosanpowderonyourcarpet and rugs,
and use the sprayon yourbed,pillowsand
upholstery.
TheAcarocanspraycomeswith a
ffigger for easyuse. Justuntwistthe cap on the
bottle, and replacewith the triggerwhichhas
beenprovided.Twistthe triggeron to secure.
Forcompleteuseinstructionsand further
information,pleasesee the labeledproductsor
Jogon to www.acarocan.com.Tore-order,see
ReplacementParts on pg.lg.
Acarosan is a trademark of Allergopharma,
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ATTENTION:
1
Make surethe cleaneris in the upright
position.
2.
Removethe hosewand from the wand
base.This automaticallydivertsthe
suctionto the hose.Unwindthe hosefrom
the cleaner.
Note:Tohelppreventthe machinefrom
tipping,the hoseshouldremainin the
bottomhoseclip.
3.
Always place the vacuum
cleaner on the floor in its fully
upright position when using
taols. Placing the vacuum in
this position automatically
stops the rotating brush.
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Usethe hoseandwand aloneor attach
any of the tools to the endof the hose
wand.
TurboBrush
Use rotating brush action for small areas such
as stairs and upholstery.
Note: Press gently when using the
TurboBrush to gain maximum cleaning.
Too much pressure could cause the brush
to stop rotating.
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Combination brush
Uselongersoft bristlesfor dusting.
Remove long brisUeportionand use shorterstiff
bristleswhen agitation is neededto removedebris,
Crevice Joel
Usein tight narrowspaces
Telescoping extension wand
Usewith desired attachment for a longer reach. To
extendthe wand,twist the collarto "Unlock"anri
pushaway from yon. Twistthe collarto "Lock"
to lock into place. To retract,twist to unlock, pull
towardyonandtwist to reioek.
All items may not be includedwith your model
Othertools are available;to order,pleasereferto
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Emptyingthe dirt container
Emptythe dirtcontaineras soonas the dirt
reachesthe "Fuji" lineon the sideof thecontainer,
1.
Pressthe releasebutton on top of the
carrying handleto removethe dirt container.
Choosean emptyingmethod.Method #2 is
recommendedfor allergysufferers.
Method #1 - hold the dirt container over
trash can and pushthe emptyingbutton to
open the bottom (2a).Closethe bottomafter
the dirt empties.
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Method#2 - placea plasticbagoverthe bottom
of the dirt container.Pushthe emptyingbutton
throughthe plasticto openthe bottom(2b).After
the dustsettles,closethe bottomandremove
the bagto discard.
3.
Replacedirt container on cleanerby aligning
the bottom and pushingback until it snaps
into place.
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and care
A WARNING:
Cleaning the dirt container
To reduce the risk of
electric shock, turn power
switch OFFand disconnect
polarizedplug from electrical outlet before performing maintenance or
troubleshooting checks,
Additionalstepscan betaken to cleanthe dirt
containeras necessary=
1.
Ensurethe dirt container has been emptied.
Removethe lower portion by pressingthe
front and back latcheson the upperportion
as sbown.
3.
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Cleanthe screenwith a cloth or soft brush
to removedust or debris.
If desired,the lower dirt container may be
washedin warm water.Make sure it is
completelydry beforereassembling.
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Toreassemble,hold the carry handleand
place the upper portioninto the lower
portion, lining up the front and back latches.
Pushdown until both latchesclick into place.
Make surethe dirt containeris securely
assembledbefore replacingit on machine.
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Cleaning the foam filter
Thefoam filter shouldbe checkedmonthly and
washedas neededto maintain performance,
More or lessfrequent cleaningmay berequired
basedon individualvacuuminghabitsand types
of debrispickedup,
1. Thefoam filter is located in the tray
labeled "Filter" underneaththe dirt
container.Pullthe tray out to access
the filter.
Removefoam filter from tray and hold under
running water to wash. Mild detergent
may also be usedif desired.Wring excess
water from filter.Air dry thoroughly before
replacing.
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Replacingthe HEPAfilter cartridge
The HEPAfilter cartridgeshouldbe
replaced everysix mouthsor if suction
is declining= Moreor lessfrequent
replacing may be requiredbased on
individualvacuuminghabits and typesof
debrispickedup=
Note:To have the benefitsof the
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Airtight'"HEPASystem, you must use U
the BISSELLNEPAfilter cartridge=
1. Toremovethe HEPAfilter cartridge,
push downon the filter door latch and
pull door away from the cleaner.
2.
Lift the tab at the top of the HEPAfilter
cartridge and pull cartridgeaway from
the cleaner.
3.
Replacethe usedHEPAfilter cartridge
with a new one.
Note:To avoid damaging the HEPA
filter cartridgeand reducingits
filtration capabilities,be careful not
to touch the filter material. The HEPA
filter cartridgeis not washable.
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To reduce the risk of
electric shock, turn power
switch off and disconnect polarizedplug from
electrical outlet before
performingmaintenanceor
troubleshooting checks.
Clearingclogs
Low suctionor poor pickup may he due to
a clog in the vacuumcleaner,if you notice
a changein the soundof the motor or a
reductionin the spinningaction in the dirt
container,check for a clog.
if there isno suctionor if suctionisreduced
at thehose,follow thesestepsto checkfor
andclearthedog:
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Unplugcleanerfrom electricaloutlet.
Checkthe foam filter and clean as
necessary(seecleaningyour foam filter
on page 10).
Checkthe HEPAfilter and replaceif
necessary(seereplacingthe HEPAfilter
cartridgeon page 11).
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Removelower portion of dirt container.
Cleanthe screen and check center
tubes for dirt accumulation.
Whiledirt container is removed,check
dirt inlet for clogs.
Removethe hosefrom the cleanerby
twisting the collar counterclockwise.
Straightenthe hoseand checkfor a clog.
Checkdiverterarea at backof machine
for diverterpositionand clogs.Whenthe
hosewand is removedfrom the base,
the divertershouldbe up (8a).If a clogis
visiblenearthe diverter,the plasticcover
may be removedto clearthe clog by
removingthe 7 screwsas shown(8b).
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Clearing clogscontinued
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if suctionis normalat the hose,fellow these steps
to checkfor andclesrthe clogfor riserclesning:
1. Checkdiverterareaat back of machinefor
diverterpositionandclogs.Whenthe hose
wand is insertedinthe base,the diverter
shouldbe down.Ifa clog is visiblenearthe
diverter,the plasticcovermay be removedto
clearthe clog by removingthe 7 screwsas
shownin illustration8b above.
Checkthe foot hosefor clogs (2a).If you are
not able to tell from the outside if a clog is
present,removethe bottom 4 screwsfrom
the divertercover to loosenand straighten
the foot hose(2b).
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Removeany clogs found and fully
reassemblethe cleaner beforeattemptingto
check suctionagain or using the cleaner.
Thermal Motor Protection
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Aninternalthermalprotectorhasbeendesigned
intoyourclesserto protectit from overheating.
Whenthe thermal protectoractivates,the main
vacuummotorwill stopoperating,if thishappens,
proceedas follows.
1. Turnthe cleanerOFFand unplugfrom
electricaloutlet.
2.
Checkthe cleanerfor the sourceof overheatingproblem (i.e.full dirt cup, dirty filters
or clog).
3.
Fixthe problemby following the steps in the
maintenancesectionof the user guide.
Whenthe motor coolsfor approximately30
minutes,the thermal protectorautomatically resetsand cleaningmay continue.If
the cleanerwill not turn on or the thermal
protectorcontinuesto activate, your cleaner
may needservicing.Call BISSELLConsumer
Servicesor visit the website.
Note:Thethermal protectorcontrolsthe
mainvacuummotor only, net the brush
motor,if the thermalprotectoractivates,
the brushwill continueto operate normally;
however,therewill beno suction.
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Brush reset
if somethingbecomeslodged in the feet and the
brushshutsoff,turnthe cleaneroffand unplug
from the euUet.Removethe obstruction.The
brushwill automatically resetwhenthe cleaner
is pluggedin and turned backon.
Z CAUTION:
To reducethe risk of injury
from movingparts,turnoff
the vacuumcleanerand
disconnectpowerplugfrom
electricaloutlet.
Brush maintenance
Therotatingbrushshouldbe checkedregularly
for accumulating debristhat mightreducethe
cleaningperformanceof yourvacuum.
1.
Unplugcleanerfrom electricaloutlet.
2.
Reclinethe handleandturn your cleaner
over sothe bottomside is up.
3.
Carefullycut away any visible hair,fibers
or debris from the brush roll.
Do netattempt to disassemblethe vacuumfoot
or to removethe brush roll.if youfeel it needsto
be checkedor replaced,callBISSELLConsumer
Servicesor visitthe websiteto locatean
authorizedservice center.
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Belt maintenance
Thebrush belt isdesignedto lasttheuesfulfife
of thecleanerwhen usedaccording
to all
instructions
in the userguideundernormal
household
conditions,
if youfeel thatit needsto
be checkedor replaced,carlBISSELLConsumer
Servicesor visitthe weheiteto locatean authorized
servicecenter.Donoattempttodisassemble
the
vacuumfeetorto changethe belt.
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Changing the light bulb
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Unplugcleanerfrom electricaloutlet.
2.
Reclinehandle for easier accessto light bulb
and removescrew to lift off lens.
3,
Removethe bulb by grasping bulb and pulling straightout of the socket.Install the new
bulb by pushinggently into the socket until
the bulb snapsinto place.
TurhoBrushmaintenance
TheTurbeBrush
shouldbe checkedregularlyfor
clogsor debriswrapping aroundthe brush.
1.
Removetool from hoseor front of vacuum.
2.
Twist collar so opening is at the top and lift
top cover to remove.
3.
Removethe brushfrom the belt and clean
debris.
4.
Replacethe brush insidethe belt and place
endsinto slots on sides as shown.
5.
Repositiontop cover andtwist collar until
openingis at the bottomto lockinto place.
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To reduce the risk of
electric shock, turn
power OFFand disconnect polarizedplug from
electrical outlet before
performingmaintenance
or troubleshooting.
Vacuum cleaner
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won't turn on
Possible causes
Remedies
1.
Powercord notpluggedin
1. Checkelectricalplug
2.
Blownfuse/trippedbreaker
2. Check/replacefuse or resetbreaker.
3.
Thermalprotectoractivated
3. Allow cleanerto coolfor 30 minutes,see
pg. 13.
Brush not rotating
Possiblecauses
Remedies
1. Brushswitchturnedto "Off"
1. Makesure brushswitch is in "On" position
2. Vacuumis in uprightposition
2. Reclinevacuumto operatebrush
3.
Brushis jammed
3. Removeobstructionor debris(pg.14),
unplugcleanerto resetbrush(pg. 14)
4.
Brushneedsto be reset
4. Unplugcleanerto resetbrush(pg.14)
Vacuumcleanerwon't pick up or low suction
Possible
causes
Remedies
1.
Incorrectheightsetting
1. Turndialto lowersetting
2.
Hosewand not properlypositioned
2. Makesure hosewandis fully seatedin
baseand diverteris in down position
3.
Dirtcontainernot installedproperly
3. Checkassemblyof upperand lowerportions,
correctlypositionand snap into place
4.
Dirtcontainerfull
4. Emptydirt container
5.
Ologin cleaner
5. Followinstructionson pg. 12-13for
clearingclogs
6.
Filtersare dirty
6. Checkand cleanfoamfilter, check and
replaceHEPAfilter cartridge if needed
7.
Hosenot properlyattached
7. Makesure hosecollaris twistedto
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Troubleshooting continued
Vacuumcleaneris difficultto push
Possible causes
Remedies
1.
1. Turndialtohighersetting
Incorrectnelgnl[selllng
Visible dust escaping from cleaner
Possiblecauses
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Remedies
1. Filtertraymissingor notinstalled
properly
1. Checkfilter tray to makesure it is
fully inserted
2.
Foamfilter missingor not installedproperly
2. Checkfoamfilter for correctinstallation
3.
HEPAfilter cartridgemissingor notinstalledproperly
3. CheckHEPAfilter cartridgefor
correctinstallation
4.
Dirt containernot installedproperly
4,
5.
Dirt containernot assembledproperly
5. Checkscreen,upperand lowerportionsof
the dirt containerfor proper assembly
6.
Hosenot installedproperly
6. Makesure hosewand is fullyseatedin
base,makesurefoot hose is properly
attachedto diverterarea
7.
Holeor crackin hose
7. Checkhosefor holesor cracksand replace
if needed
Makesure dirt containeris correctly
positionedandsnappedinto place
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Other maintenance or service notincludedaboveshould be performedby an
authorized servicerepresentative.
Thankyoufor selecting a BISSELLproduct.
if you should happen to need assistance during assembly or operations, call 1-800-237-7691
Pleasedo notreturnthis productto the store
Forany questionsor concerns,BISSELLis happyto be of service.
Contact us directly at 1=800=237=7691.
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CoRsumer
SSrviceS
For information about repairs or replacement parts, or questions about your warranty, call:
BISSELL Consumer Services
1=800=237=7691
Monday- Friday
8 a,m,
10 o,rr EST
Saturday
9 a,m,
8 p,m, EST
Or write:
BISSELLHOMECARE,
INC
POBox3006
GrandRapds MI 49501
ATFN:ConsumerServices
Or visitthe BISSELLwebsite- www.bissell.com
WhencontactingBISSELL,havemodelnumberof cleaneravailable,
PleaserecordyourModelNumber:
PleaserecordyourPurchaseDate:
NOTE:Pleasekeepyouroriginal salesreceipt,it providesproofof dateof purchasein the event
of a warranty claim.SeeWarrantyon page20 for details.
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Replacement parts =BISSELLHealthy HomeVacuumTM
Youmay purchasepartsfrom yourretailer,bycallingBISSELLConsumerServicesor by
visiting our website.Below is a list ofcommonreplacementparts*=Whilenotall of these
partsmay havecomewith yourspecificmodel,they are available for purchaseif desired.
Pleasenote,all attachments may net store on boardyourvacuum.
item
1
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Part No,
3282
203-1374
203-1362
Part Name
HEPAFilterCartridge
FoamFilter
TurboBrush
4
5
6
7
203-1364
203-1365
203-1363
203-1359
TelescopingWand
CombinationBrush
CreviceTool
Hose
8
9
203-1377
552A
LightBulb
AcarosanDustMite Powder
10
556A
AcarosanDustMite ControlTriggerSpray
*Not all parts are includedwith every model,
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This warranty givesyou specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which may vary from state to
state, if you needadditional instruction regarding this warranty or have questions regarding what it may cover,
please contact BISSELLConsumer Services by E-mail, telephone,or regular mail as described below.
Limited Two Year Warranty
Subjectto tile *EXCEPTIONSAND EXCLUSIONSidentifbd below, upon receipt of tile product BISSELL
Homecare, Inc. will repair or replace (with new or remanufactured components or products), at BISSELUsoption,
free of charge from the date of purchase by the odcnal purchaser,for two years any defective or
malfunctioning part.
See information below on 'qf your BISSELLproductshould require service".
This warrantyappliesto productusedfor personal,and not commercialor rentalservice.This warrantydoes notapply
to fans or routinemaintenancecomponentssuch asfilters,or brushes.Damageor malfunctioncausedby negligence,
abuse,neglect,unauthorizedrepair,or any other use net in accordancewith the User'sGuideis
not covered.
if your BISSELL product should require service;
ContactBISSELLConsumerServicesto locatea BISSELL
AuthorizedServiceCenterinyourarea.
If you needinformationabout repairsor replacementparts,or if youhavequestionsaboutyourwarranty,
contactBISSELL
ConsumerServices.
Websiteor E-mail:
www.bissell.com
Usethe "CustomerService"tab.
Or Call:
BISSELL
ConsumerServices
1-800-237-7691
Monday- Friday8 a.m.- 10 p.m.ET
Saturday9 a.m.- 8 p.m.ET
Orwrite:
BISSELL
Hornecare,Inc.
POBox3606
GrandRapidsM149501
ATTN:ConsumerServices
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INC.ISNOTLIABLEFORiNCIDENTAL
ORCONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES
OFANYNATURE
ASSOCIATED
WITHTHEUSEOFTHISPRODUCT.
BISSELL'S
LIABILITY
WILLNOTEXCEED
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PRICE
OFTHEPRODUCT.
Some states do not allow the exclusionor limitation of incidental or consequentialdamages, so the above
limitation or exclusion may not apply to yon.
*EXCEPTIONSAND EXCLUSIONS
FROMTHETERMSOFTHELIMITEDWARRANTY
THiS WARRANTYiS EXCLUSIVEAND IN LiEUOFANYOTHERWARRANTIES
EITHERORALORWRITTEN.ANY iMPLiEDWARRANTIESWHICHMAY ARISEBY
OPERATIONOFLAW,INCLUDINGTHE IMPLIEDWARRANTIESOF MERCHANTABiliTY
AND FITNESSFORA PARTICULAR
PURPOSE,ARELIMITEDTO THETWOYEAR
DURATIONFROMTHE BATEOF PURCHASEAS DESCRIBEDABOVE.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts,so
the above limitation may not apply to you,
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