User`s Guide
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User’s
Guide
Important!
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Safety
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General Warnings
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS!
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When using an electrical appliance, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following:
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS VACUUM CLEANER
WARNING To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury:
Do not leave appliance unattended when plugged in. Unplug from outlet when not in use and before servicing.
Do not use outdoors or on wet surfaces.
Do not operate the unit while in the upright and locked position.
Do not let the unit run while in any one stationary position for any period of time. Keep the unit moving while in operation.
Do not allow to be used as a toy. Close attention is necessary when used by or near children.
Use only as described in this manual. Use only manufacturer’s recommended attachments.
Do not use with damaged cord or plug. If appliance is not working as it should, has been dropped, damaged, left outdoors,
or dropped into water, return it to a service center or call customer service at:
US: 1-800-989-3535 Canada: 1-888-676-7325
Do not pull or carry by cord, use cord as a handle, close door on cord, or pull cord around sharp edges or corners.
Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
Do not run appliance over cord.
Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
Do not handle plug or appliance with wet hands.
Do not put any object into openings. Do not use with any opening blocked; keep free of dust, lint, hair and anything that
may reduce air flow.
Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers and all parts of body away from openings and moving parts.
Do not use to pick up anything that is burning or smoking, such as cigarettes, matches, or hot ashes.
Do not use without Inner Bag assembly in place.
Turn off all controls before unplugging.
Use extra care when cleaning on stairs.
Do not use to pick up flammable or combustible liquids, such as gasoline or lighter fluid, or use in areas where they may be
present.
Do not use appliance in an enclosed space where flammable, explosive or toxic vapors are given off by oil base paint, paint thinner, some mothproofing substances, or in an area where flammable dust is present.
Do not pick up toxic material such as chlorine bleach, drain cleaner, gasoline, etc. with this appliance.
Use caution when vacuuming over area rug edges and fringe.
WARNING!: Product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Household Use Only
A polarized plug has one rounded prong and one straight prong.
The rounded end goes into the longest socket slot.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, this equipment has a polarized plug (one blade
is wider than the other). This plug will fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If the
plug does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact
qualified personnel to install the proper outlet. Do not alter the plug in any way.
Enjoy
Thank you for purchasing your Oreck Upright vacuum cleaner. An inner bag is already installed in your unit, simply install
the handle and enjoy your new Oreck!
Welcome to our Call. Click. customer service program. To speak with an Oreck representative call or click using the
information below.
Call
USA: 1•800•989 • 3535
Canada: 1•888•676•7325
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On the web, point and click at: www.oreck.com and click locate a store on the top right.
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Contents
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Safety ............................................................................................................................................2
General Warnings .................................................................................................................... 2
Operation........................................................................................................................................ 3
Parts List................................................................................................................................... 3
Assembling the Handle Tube.................................................................................................... 4
Operating the Vacuum................................................................................................................ 4
Operating Instructions .............................................................................................................. 4
General Information ...................................................................................................................... 5
Inner Bags .................................................................................................................................5
The Belt .................................................................................................................................... 5
Lubrication ............................................................................................................................... 5
Maintenance .................................................................................................................................. 6
Replacing the Inner Bag ........................................................................................................... 6
Replacing Worn Belt ................................................................................................................ 6
Replacing Brushroll ................................................................................................................. 6
Replacing Edge Brush .............................................................................................................. 7
Stuffing or Blockage ................................................................................................................. 7
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................. 8
Parts .............................................................................................................................................. 8
Accessories & Replacement Parts ............................................................................................ 8
Warranty ........................................................................................................................................ 9
Operation
To assist you in identifying your vacuum’s
components, the parts have been numbered
as follows.
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Parts List
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Handle Section, Upper
Tube, Lower
Power Head
Outer Bag
Inner Bag
Power Cord
Retaining Spring
Bag Tension Bar
Zip Fastener
On/Off Switch
Cord Hook
Connector Assembly
Fan Housing
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Assembling the Handle Tube
1 Before assembling appliance, remove two
screws from the connector assembly. Remove
cardboard insert by pulling upward.
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2 Slide upper handle section over matching
section of the connector assembly. Insert short
screw into top hole and long screw into the
bottom hole then tighten firmly until handle is
no longer loose.
Operating the vacuum
Make sure the Disposable Inner Bag is in place. DO NOT operate the cleaner without an Inner Bag. Plug the power
cord into an electrical outlet and press the footswitch on base when ready to opearte.
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Up-Position Lock - Place foot on power head and lean handle back gently to release lock for vacuum
use. Return handle to the full upright position to engage lock. The handle should be rotated to center before
returning to upright position. Note: Do not operate the unit while in the upright and locked position. Do not
let the unit run while in any one stationary position for any period of time. Keep the unit moving while in
operation.
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Easy Power Cord Storage - Raise carrying handle and wrap power cord around carry handle
and vacuum handle.
To release cord, twist cord dump located on vacuum handle 1/2 turn. Slide cord off handle
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Operating Instructions
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This new ORECK Upright is one of the finest, fastest, and strongest units in its class. You’ll love the way it
cleans, gets under things, and it’s SO lightweight and easy to use.
The following are a few simple suggestions regarding its operation:
1. When inserting a new disposable Inner Bag-FIRST PUFF OUT and OPEN THE BAG.
2. When the disposable Inner Bag is full, REPLACE IT.
3. If at any time the machine does not pick up properly or makes an unusual noise, STOP OPERATION and
service.
4. Although your upright will pick up pins, paper clips, and other small objects, it is recommended that these be
removed from the floor before you vacuum. Failure to do so may result in permanent damage to the motor suction fan and its housing.
5. WARNING: Do not use your vacuum cleaner on damp or wet surfaces. This will cause damage to the vacuum
cleaner and is dangerous to the user. Damage caused by use on wet or damp surfaces is not covered under warranty.
6. For optimal performance, replace the belt every 6 months.
7. Check the disposable Inner Bag at least once a month.
8. DO NOT run the vacuum cleaner over the cord. The revolving brush could damage the cord.
9. Use caution when vacuuming over area rug edges and fringe.
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General
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The performance of your new cleaner greatly depends upon care and maintenance. The instructions in this
manual will guide you in performing basic care and maintenance. To obtain the most satisfying years of service
read the instructions and keep them handy for future reference.
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Inner Bags
Your Oreck includes an Inner Bag. The disposable Inner Bag plays a very important role in the
efficiency of your ORECK vacuum. The purpose of the disposable Inner Bag is to trap dirt, but
at the same time it must be porous enough to allow air to pass through. If the disposable Inner
Bag becomes clogged, no air can pass through the vacuum and cleaning cannot take place,
regardless of the vacuum’s power.
To keep your Upright vacuum operating at maximum efficiency, change the disposable Inner
Bag frequently.
DO NOT FILL ABOVE THE LINE INDICATED ON THE DISPOSABLE INNER BAG.
Be sure the disposable Inner Bag is installed properly. Note: All disposable Inner Bags are not
the same. Oreck offers HEPA and non-HEPA Inner Bags. Your Oreck HEPA or non-HEPA Inner
Bags have been designed to be used with the ORECK Upright vacuum. Using bags other than
genuine Oreck HEPA or non-HEPA disposable Inner Bags will affect the cleaning ability of
your vacuum and could cause damage to it.
The Belt
The belt on your vacuum cleaner controls the speed of the revolving brush and is very important for the effective
operation of the cleaner. If the belt becomes stretched or cut, it will cause the revolving brush to stop completely
or slow down. See instructions in the manual for replacing belt.
Note: An extra belt is stored in the baseplate of your cleaner. When buying replacement belts, use ONLY ORECK
genuine belts. Belts other than Oreck belts will not operate the revolving brush correctly and may create undue
stress which will cause damage to the motor and brush bearings. Using belts other than ORECK belts will void
the warranty.v
Lubrication
The vacuum cleaner motor bearings are factory lubricated and sealed. Further lubrication is not required.
CAUTION
Wood Floors, Soft (Vinyl, Asphalt Tile, etc.) Floor Surfaces
and Polished Floor Finishes
Use floor and floor finish manufacturer’s recommended methods of cleaning. The roller
brush may also scuff very soft finishes. Do not operate the unit while in the upright and
locked position. Do not let the unit run while in any one stationary position for any period
of time. Keep the unit moving while in operation.
Note: At least once a month, check for and remove excessive lint, string or hair from
revolving brush. Patented cleaning grooves on brush roll will allow easier cleaning. Wipe
the outside of the cleaner with a damp cloth. Also clean the connector deflector assembly
area, base of cleaner and fan housing area. If there is dust in the outer bag, vacuum it or
shake it out.
A little preventative maintenance will keep your cleaner looking new and will ensure
continued cleaning effectiveness.
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Replacing Disposable Inner Bag
WARNING: Unplug cord from electrical outlet before servicing.
BAG REMOVAL:
5 Pull bag cardboard collar to release bag dock door from connector. Bag dock door will hinge downward.
6 Gently pull bag cardboard collar upward out of the bag dock. Saniseal® dust seal will close automatically.
BAG INSTALLATION:
Slide the cardboard collar completely onto bag dock door.
8 Firmly push bag dock door with both thumbs on indication point until it snaps.
ENFONCEZ JUSQU’À
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PRESIONE HASTA
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CHASQUIDO DE SUJECIÓN
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Replacing Worn Belt
WARNING: Unplug cord from electrical outlet before servicing.
Maintenance
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Remove the replacement belt from the storage channel.
10 Remove the door by removing the hold down screw located on side of power head.
11 Slide the door forward by prying open with a screwdriver or coin.
12 Remove the belt from the motor drive shaft and brush roll pulley and the motor drive shaft.
13 Loop the new belt over the motor drive shaft. Place the opposite end of the belt on the brush roll pulley.
14 Rotate the brush roll three (3) complete revolutions to ensure that no part of the belt is overhanging the end of the
motor drive shaft.
15 Replace the door by sliding it into the groove at the bottom of the housing. Replace the hold down screw.
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Replacing Brushroll
WARNING: Unplug cord from electrical outlet before servicing.
Your Oreck Vacuum has a brushroll that can be replaced after heavy use for improved performance.
16 Remove the baseplate by removing 5 screws. Then, remove the belt and brushroll from the housing.
17 Rotate both bearing assemblies at ends of brushroll to show “OLD” and replace in the holding channels in the housing.
18 The bearing assembly setting marked “OLD” has no ribs on the top of the assembly. The one marked “NEW” has
several ribs. When rotating bearings, make sure both bearing assembly settings are the same and face up when
replacing the brushroll.
19 Reassemble the belt and the baseplate at each end of the brush.
Note: If a previous adjustment has already been made and bristle height does not extend above baseplate, a new brush
assembly should be ordered.
Rotate and match bearing assemblies
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Important: Unless the brush is worn as indicated above, both bearings must be in the “NEW” Position. When
rotating, both bearings must be in the “OLD” position. Unmatced settings will cause damage to your machine.
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Replacing Edge Brush
WARNING: Unplug cord from electrical outlet before servicing.
20 Turn the power head over. With baseplate facing up, remove the screw located in the
center of each edge brush. Remove both edge brushes and replace with new ones.
Replace both screws and tighten.
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Stuffing or Blockage
IMPORTANT: On plush and new carpets, stuffing may occur inside the intake tube and the lower tube assembly. This is due
to excessive fuzz and loose cuttings in the carpet. Stuffing could occur for the first few cleanings until all the loose material
is removed. Due to the high efficiency of the cleaner, many older carpets will cause stuffing when the cleaner is first used on
them. If your vacuum cleaner does not pick up properly, or makes unusual noise and the outer bag does not fluff up or balloon
open, follow these steps:
WARNING: Unplug cord from electrical outlet before servicing.
22 Check for blockage at the mouth of the intake opening. If there is blockage, remove it with long-nose pliers, a
screwdriver or coat hanger.
23 If you can not reach the blockage, remove baseplate.
24 If the blockage is not at the base, remove lower tube. Unhook retainer spring, releasing bottom of bag. Twist lower collar
counterclockwise to slide up. Pull tube out of base. Check for blockage. If blockage is in the tube, remove with a coat
hanger.
25 If tube is not blocked, look into fan housing. Remove debris with long-nose pliers, a screwdriver or coat hanger.
26 To reassemble, check O-ring on tube, and replace if damaged. Vacuum will not operate without the tube O-ring. slide
O-ring to approximately 2” from base of tube. Replace tube by first lining up slot at base of with inner tab inside fan
housing. Reinsert tube and push down until the tube is seated. Make sure O-ring is in place against fan housing opening.
Replace and tighten collar until collar locking tabs are locked into place.
27 Many times blockage occurs due to a full Inner Bag causing dirt to back down the air flow system. When that
happens, the blockage will be at the top of the system, starting in the area where the Inner Bag connects to the connector
assembly.
Note: If the above actions do not correct the problem, contact an Oreck authorized service center or call the
customer service center. US: 1-800-989-3535 Canada: 1-888-676-7325
Retainer
Spring
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Intake Opening
Intake Opening
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Fan Housing
O-Ring
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Connector
Deflector
Opening
Collar
Locking
Tabs
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Tube
Tab
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Troubleshooting
Service problems that
appear to be major can
often be solved easily.
You can be your own
troubleshooter by
reviewing this guide.
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Problem
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What to do
Cleaner will not run.
•Not plugged in properly.
•No electricity in wall outlet.
Cleaner does not pick up.
• Filter Bag is full.
•Be sure cleaner is firmly plugged into wall outlet.
•Check electrical source – fuse or circuit breaker.
•Replace filter bag. See “Replacing Disposable Inner Bag”.
All other servicing
should be done by an
Oreck authorized
service center.
Unit still does not
operate properly.
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• Nozzle or intake
pivot clogged.
• Belt is broken or stretched.
• Brush is worn.
• Bag tube clogged.
• Bag pores are clogged
with fine dust.
• Impeller fan is broken
•Clear obstruction.
•Check all the above points.
•Contact Oreck for service.
• Replace belt.
•See “Replacing Brushroll”.
•Clear obstruction.
•Change bag.
•Return to Service Center for repair.
All accessories and replacement parts are sold separately. To order, call our customer
service group or visit our website. Please have your model number from the data label on
the bottom of the unit.
Accessories
Item
Crystal Aroma® Carpet and Room Freshener
Oreck Dry Carpet® Cleaning System
AROMAII
303110S
Replacement Parts
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Belts, 3 Pack
Odor Fighting HEPA Inner Bag, 8 Pack
Advanced Filtration Inner Bag, 8 Pack
Customer Service Hotline
USA: 1-800-989-3535 Canada: 1-888-676-7325
website: www.oreck.com
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Warranty
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ORECK MANUFACTURING COMPANY: (Oreck Manufacturing Company gives you the
following limited warranty for this product only if it was originally purchased for residential use, not
resale, from Oreck or an Oreck Authorized Retail Dealer.)
Oreck will repair or replace, free of charge, to the original purchaser, any part that is found to be defective
in material or workmanship within three (3) year of the date of purchase. This limited warranty applies to
normal domestic use. Any commercial use of this product will void this limited warranty.
This limited warranty does not cover the replacement of expendable or consumable parts such as
edge brushes, drive belts, brushrolls, bulbs, disposable bags and other parts subject to normal wear
unless they are defective in material or workmanship.
This limited warranty does not apply to any part subjected to accident, abuse, commercial use,
alteration, misuse, damage caused by act of God, the use of voltages other than indicated on the serial
number displayed on this product or service of this product by other than Oreck or a participating
Factory Authorized Service Center. Oreck does not authorize any person or representative to assume
or grant any other warranty obligation with the sale of this product.
Oreck’s limited warranty is valid only if you retain proof of purchase from Oreck or an Oreck
Authorized Retail Dealer for this product. If you purchase this product from any other source, your
purchase is “AS IS,” which means Oreck grants you no warranty, and that you, not Oreck, assume the
entire risk of the quality and performance of this product, including the entire cost of any necessary
servicing or repairs of any defects.
Oreck’s liability for damages to you for any costs whatsoever arising out of this statement of limited
warranty shall be limited to the amount paid for this product at the time of original purchase, and
Oreck shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, consequential or incidental damages arising out
of the use or inability to use this product. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES FOR THIS PRODUCT, INCLUDING IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE WARRANTY PERIOD, AND NO WARRANTIES,
WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WILL APPLY AFTER THIS PERIOD.
Some states do not allow limitations on the duration of implied warranties, so the above limitation
may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from
state to state. If appropriate, see additional information for extended warranty.
How to file a claim for warranty
If there is an issue with your vacuum you believe is covered by this warranty, contact Oreck
customer service at 1-800-989-3535
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© 2011 Oreck Holdings, LLC. All rights reserved. All marks, text, logos, product configurations and
registered trademarks are owned and used under the authority of Oreck Holdings, LLC.
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