Bradford-White Corp PDV80S150 Water Heater User Manual

Eco Mop
Multipurpose Steam Cleaner
Instruction Booklet
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Please read these instructions carefully
and retain for future reference.
Contents
Safety Precautions for your Eco Mop
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Sunbeam’s Safety Precautions
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Features of your Eco Mop
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Attachments and Accessories
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Using your Eco Mop
Care and Cleaning
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Important instructions – retain for
future use.
Safety Precautions for your
Eco Mop
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR YOUR
SUNBEAM ECO MOP.
The Sunbeam Eco Mop is intended for
domestic household use only.
Only use the attachments supplied with the
Eco Mop. Others may cause hazards.
Always unplug the mop from the power outlet
when filling with water.
Do not add detergents, chemicals, aromatic
products, or solutions of any kind when filling
the mop with water as this may damage the
mop or make it unsafe for use.
The mop is switched on and heating once
connected and turned on at the power outlet,
even if the steam on/off switch is in the off
position ( ).
Always use the tray when heating or cooling
or at any time the mop is stationary for more
than 10 seconds, to avoid damage to surfaces.
Should calcification occur, the white ‘halo’
effect can be removed using a decalcifying
product or with a few drops of vinegar applied
directly to the area.
Do not direct the steam jet toward people or
pets as this could be harmful.
Do not direct steam toward equipment
containing electrical components, such as
the interior of ovens. It could damage the
equipment and may cause serious injury.
The safety pressure valve will automatically
activate if the steam pressure becomes too
high in the steam chamber. This can be
prevented by regular cleaning.
• Do not touch the lower part of the mop or the
attachments when the mop has been in use
as these parts will be hot. Allow to cool before
handling.
• Care must be taken when cleaning polished
wooden floor boards. Do not use the Eco Mop
on any unsealed wooden flooring, including
high traffic areas where the protective
coating may be worn down, as the steam may
penetrate and damage the wood. Steam may
also affect flooring that has been treated with
wax as it may be removed by the heat of the
steam, leaving the surface dull. If unsure,
spot test a small inconspicuous area before
proceeding.
• Always check the manufacturer's care and
cleaning instructions before using the Eco Mop
to clean fabrics, soft furnishings and other
surfaces, where possible.
• Do not use the utility head on any surface
without a cloth fitted as it may damage or
scratch the surface.
• Always ensure the mop is unplugged and
completely cool before cleaning the steam
chamber.
• Allow the mop to cool completely before
storing.
Sunbeam’s Safety Precautions
Sunbeam are very safety conscious when
designing and manufacturing consumer products,
but it is essential that the product user also
exercise care when using an electrical appliance.
Listed below are precautions which are essential
for the safe use of an electrical appliance:
• Read carefully and save all the instructions
provided with an appliance.
• Always turn the power off at the power outlet
before you insert or remove a plug. Remove
by grasping the plug - do not pull on the cord.
• Turn the power off and remove the plug
when the appliance is not in use and
before cleaning.
• Do not use your appliance with an extension
cord unless this cord has been checked
and tested by a qualified technician or
service person.
• Always use your appliance from a power
outlet of the voltage (A.C. only) marked
on the appliance.
• Close supervision is necessary when your
appliance is being used near children or
infirm persons.
• Never leave an appliance unattended while
in use.
• Do not use an appliance for any purpose
other than its intended use.
• Do not place an appliance on or near a hot gas
flame, electric element or on a heated oven.
Do not place on top of any other appliance.
• Do not let the power cord of an appliance hang
over the edge of a table or bench top or touch
any hot surface.
• Do not operate any electrical appliance with
a damaged cord or after the appliance has
been damaged in any manner. If damage is
suspected, return the appliance to the nearest
Sunbeam Appointed Service Centre
for examination, repair or adjustment.
• For additional protection, Sunbeam
recommend the use of a residual current
device (RCD) with a tripping current not
exceeding 30mA in the electrical circuit
supplying power to your appliances.
• Do not immerse the appliance in water
or any other liquid unless recommended.
• Young children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
If you have any concerns regarding the performance and use of your appliance,
please visit www.sunbeam.com.au or contact the Sunbeam Consumer Service Line.
Ensure the above safety precautions are understood.
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Features of your Eco Mop
Mop handle
Water tank cap
Large 1 litre water tank
The large capacity water tank provides up to
30 minutes of continuous steam cleaning.
Instant steam generator
The 1500W element guarantees a powerful,
constant flow of high-pressure steam in
excess of 100°C in seconds.
Steam chamber nozzle
Figure 1
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Storage hook
Steam on/off switch
Steam ready indicator light
Illuminates when the power is turned on at the
outlet and the element is heating. It goes out
when the steam is ready to use. The indicator
light will cycle on and off intermittently as the
mop maintains the required temperature.
Maximum water level indicator
Upright handle
Use this handle when using the mop in an
upright position to clean windows and other
elevated areas.
Safety pressure valve
Activates automatically to release steam from
the steam chamber if required.
Long 5 metre power cord
Securing clips
To secure an alternative cloth to the utility head.
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Attachments and Accessories
Utility head
The low profile swivel head is used in
conjunction with the floor cloth or the
upholstery cloth.
Figure 2
Floor cloth
Use the floor cloth on the utility head for
cleaning all floor surfaces including ceramic
tiles, linoleum, marble, vinyl, stone and sealed
wooden floor boards.
Round brush
The round brush is ideal for spot cleaning
rugs, carpet, car wheel rims and other heavily
soiled areas.
Figure 7
Heating/cooling tray
Rest the mop on the tray at any time it is
heating, cooling or stationary while steam is
being produced. The tray will collect any water
droplets and prevent heat damage to floor
surfaces.
Figure 3
Upholstery cloth
Use the upholstery cloth on the utility head to
clean upholstery and soft furnishings including
sofas, curtains, blinds, rugs and mattresses.
Figure 8
Cleaning brush
Use the cleaning brush to remove mineral
residue from the steam chamber that may form
as a result of regular use.
Figure 4
Squeegee
The squeegee makes light work of cleaning
windows, shower screens, mirrors and glass.
Figure 5
Steam jet nozzle
The steam jet nozzle produces a concentrated
jet of steam for cleaning difficult areas in and
around the home.
Figure 6
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Figure 9
Metal release pin
The release pin is used for unblocking the
steam outlet in the steam chamber nozzle.
It is also used for unblocking the air inlet hole
in the water tank cap.
Figure 10
Using your Eco Mop
Before first use
Remove any packaging or marketing materials
that may be attached to the mop.
Partially fill and then empty the water tank to
remove any foreign particles that may remain
in the tank following the manufacturing
process.
Remove the metal release pin from the
cleaning brush and store safely for later use.
Filling the Eco Mop with water
Before filling with water, ensure that the
steam on/off switch on the handle is in
the off position ( ) and the power cord is
removed from the power outlet.
1. Position the mop securely at an angle close
to the horizontal with the water tank cap
facing upward. Remove the cap.
2. Slowly fill with at least 250ml of clean tap
water. Do not exceed the maximum water
level indicated (1 litre).
3. Replace the cap and tighten.
Using the Eco Mop
Ensure that the steam on/off switch is in the
off position ( ) and the mop is unplugged
from the power outlet before fitting or
changing attachments.
1. Fit the desired cloth to the utility head by
stretching the elasticised cloth over the
head, ensuring it is evenly fitted and snug.
Note: Do not use the utility head without a
cloth attached as this may cause damage to
surfaces.
2. Attach the utility head with cloth to the
mop by aligning the hole in the end of the
attachment with the pop-out lock button
on the end of the mop. Depress the button
to allow the attachment to fit over it. Push
the attachment onto the mop until it is
securely in position and the button pops
out, locking the attachment in place.
3. Place the mop on the tray provided.
4. Insert the plug into a 230/240V power
outlet and turn the power on at the
wall. The light on the mop handle will
illuminate, indicating that the steam
generator is heating. Once the light goes
out (approx. 50 seconds), the mop has
reached the optimum temperature for
producing steam and is ready to use.
Note: The mop is switched on and heating
once connected and turned on at the power
outlet, even if the steam on/off switch is in
the off positon ( ).
5. Move the steam on/off switch on the
handle to the on position ( ). During use,
the light will cycle on and off as the mop
maintains the required temperature.
Note: When the steam on/off switch is moved
to the on position ( ), the mop may drip
a small amount of water as it begins to
produce steam. The mop will then start to
produce steam within seconds, so ensure
that it is resting on the tray whilst heating or
cooling or at any time the mop is stationary
for more than 10 seconds, to avoid damage
to surfaces. Should calcification occur, the
white ‘halo’ effect can be removed using a
decalcifying product or with a few drops of
vinegar applied directly to the area.
6. Slowly pass the mop back and forth over
the surface to be cleaned. To remove
stubborn stains, hold the mop over the
area for several seconds.
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Using your Eco Mop (continued)
Note: When cleaning large areas the floor
cloth may become quite wet and/or dirty.
Move the steam on/off switch to the off
position ( ) and unplug the mop from the
power outlet. Allow the used cloth to cool
before removing to rinse, wring out and
replace. Alternatively replace with a clean,
dry cloth. Follow the instructions on this page
if using a non-elasticised cloth on the utility
head.
7. Should the mop run out of steam during
use the water tank may be empty and may
need refilling. Place the mop on the tray
provided, move the steam on/off switch
to the off position ( ) and remove the
plug from the power outlet. Refill the mop
according to the instructions on page 7.
Note: Do not use the mop without water
in the tank as this may damage the mop.
Always refill immediately once the generator
becomes noticeably louder, as this indicates
that the water tank needs refilling.
8. Once you have finished cleaning the
desired area, move the steam on/off switch
to the off position ( ) and remove the plug
from the power outlet. Place the mop on
the tray whilst cooling.
9. Allow the mop to cool completely before
storing.
Using a non-elasticised cloth
Before removing a cloth from the utility head,
ensure that the steam on/off switch is in the
off position ( ) and the plug is disconnected
from the power outlet. Allow the mop, the
utility head and the cloth to cool before
handling.
When using a non-elasticised cloth, use the
securing clips to attach it to the utility head.
Remove the utility head from the mop before
fitting the cloth.
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Figure 11
Non-elasticised cloth
1. Pull each clip upwards and twist 90°.
2. Place the utility head on a clean dry cloth
and fold the edges of the cloth up over the
sides of the head.
3. Twist the clips back into position so that
the cloth is secured underneath them.
4. Follow steps 2 to 9 on page 7.
Using the other attachments
Before removing an attachment from the
mop, ensure that the steam on/off switch
is in the off position ( ) and the plug
is disconnected from the power outlet.
Allow the mop and the attachment to cool
completely before handling.
To remove an attachment, depress the button
on the end of the mop and slowly pull while
rotating the attachment until it separates
from the mop. To remove the steam jet
nozzle, simply pull firmly.
Note: Do not turn the mop upside down to fit
attachments. Putting pressure on the handle
could damage it.
Using the utility head and upholstery cloth
To use the utility head and upholstery cloth,
follow the instructions under the section
titled "Using the Eco Mop" on page 7.
Using your Eco Mop (continued)
Using the steam jet nozzle
1. Attach the steam jet nozzle by pushing it
firmly onto the end of the mop.
the attachment onto the mop until it is
securely in position and the button pops
out locking the attachment in place.
2. Follow steps 3 to 9 on page 7.
2. Follow steps 3 to 9 on page 7.
Note: The nozzle can be rotated to angle the
steam jet in the desired direction.
Note: Do not use on coarse surfaces such as
tile grout or cement for extended periods as
this may damage the bristles.
Using the squeegee
Before attaching the squeegee, fit the steam
jet nozzle as described on page 8, ensuring
that the steam hole is facing downward.
1. Attach the squeegee to the mop by aligning
the hole in the end of the attachment
with the pop-out lock button on the
end of the mop. Depress the button to
allow the attachment to fit over it. Push
the attachment onto the mop until it is
securely in position and the button pops
out locking the attachment in place.
Upright use
When using the mop for cleaning elevated
areas (such as windows), only half fill the
tank with water.
1. Ensure the mop is turned on at the outlet.
2. Hold the mop in the elevated position and
move the steam on/off switch to the on
position ( ) once the steam ready light
goes out.
Figure 13
2. Follow steps 3 to 9 on page 7.
Note: Ensure that the squeegee is fitted over
the nozzle so that the nozzle hole is visible
from the underside of the squeegee.
Figure 12
Using the round brush
1. Attach the round brush to the mop
by aligning the hole in the end of the
attachment with the pop-out lock button on
the end of the mop. Depress the button to
allow the attachment to fit over it. Push
Note: Allow approximately 30 seconds for the
steam to generate when the mop is in the
upright position. If the mop fails to produce
adequate steam when upright, gently shake
it to reposition the weighted tubing inside
the water tank so that it can draw water more
efficiently.
3. Follow steps 6 to 9 on page 7.
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Care and Cleaning
After each use
1. Move the steam on/off switch on the
handle to the off position ( ) and remove
the plug from the power outlet.
2. Once the mop has cooled completely,
empty any remaining water from the tank
by turning the mop upside down above a
sink or outdoors.
3. Store the mop using the convenient
hanging loop at the top of the handle if
desired.
Cleaning the steam chamber
Over time, minerals may build up in the
steam chamber which may impede the
production of steam. It is recommended that
the chamber be cleaned after every 12-15
uses to ensure optimum performance.
1. Ensure that the mop is unplugged from the
power outlet and completely cool before
cleaning.
2. Push the nozzle lock button down toward
the mop housing. While holding the lock
in the unlocked position, turn the steam
chamber nozzle counter-clockwise and pull
it out completely from steam chamber.
3. Insert the cleaning brush into the chamber.
4. Rotate the brush while simultaneously
pulling it in and out of the chamber. This
will dislodge any accumulated minerals.
5. Insert the steam nozzle back into the
chamber and turn clock-wise to lock back
into position.
Unblocking the steam outlet
Occasionally minerals may build up and
block the steam outlet. If this occurs, remove
the rubber tip from the metal release pin and
insert the pin into the steam outlet in the
centre of the steam chamber nozzle. This will
clear any blockage that may have formed.
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Unblocking the air outlet
If the mop fails to produce steam, the air
inlet in the water tank cap may be blocked.
To unblock the hole, remove the rubber tip
from the metal release pin and insert the pin
into the hole in the centre of the water tank
cap. This will release the rubber valve inside
and allow the air to flow freely.
Care and Cleaning continued
Cleaning the cloths
Both the floor and the upholstery cloths can
be machine washed in warm water (60°C
max). Do not iron, tumble dry or bleach. For
heavy soiling, soak the cloths in warm water
and detergent or a mild stain remover to
restore whiteness. Allow to dry completely
before storing.
Cleaning the mop exterior
To clean the exterior of the mop, wipe over
with a damp soft cloth and wipe dry.
Note: Do not use cleaning detergents or
chemicals to clean the exterior of the mop as
these will damage its surface.
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Notes
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Notes
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Consumer Hotline
Australia
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New Zealand
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www.sunbeam.com.au
is a registered Trademark of Sunbeam
Corporation Limited. ACN 000 006 771.
© Sunbeam Corporation Limited 2004.
Made in China. Due to minor changes in design or otherwise,
the product may differ from the one shown in this leaflet.
Backed by Sunbeam's 2 Year Replacement Guarantee
and National Service Network.
Sunbeam Corporation is a division of GUD Holdings Ltd.
For more information or advice on this or any other Sunbeam
appliance, visit www.sunbeam.com.au or contact the Sunbeam
Consumer Service Line above.
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