hhp-310-240 extractor

hhp-310-240 extractor
HHP-310-240
EXTRACTOR
240V
Y
LSTER
UPHO
1
CORD
3
E
MOD
2
1
CARP
PUM
ET
P
VAC
INFORMATION
&
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION: DO NOT OPERATE MACHINE UNTIL YOU HAVE READ
ALL SECTIONS OF THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL
IMPROPER USE OF THE MACHINE WILL VOID THE WARRANTY
1. Always use a defoamer when foaming occurs to prevent vacuum motor damage.
2. Before each use, remove the spray tool from the hose, and check to make sure the spray
nozzles are securely tightened to the spray tool. A loose nozzle could fly off during use.
3. Keep machine from rain and snow, extremes in temperatures, and store in a heated
location. Use the machine indoors. Do not use outdoors.
4. Never allow the spray to remain fixed in one spot.
5. Use approved chemicals only. NO SOLVENTS.
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6. Wear gloves or use rags when removing quick disconnects to prevent burns.
7. Never use water above 54º C in the solution tank.
8. Never use the machine without the pre-filter bag installed.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This machine is only suitable for commercial use, for example in hotels, schools, hospitals, factories, shops
and offices other than normal residential housekeeping purposes.
When using any electrical appliance, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following:
NOTE: Read all instructions before using this machine.
WARNING!
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury:
• Do not leave the machine unattended when it is plugged in. Unplug the unit from the outlet when not
in use and before servicing.
• To avoid electric shock, do not expose to rain or snow. Store, and use, indoors.
• Do not allow to be used as a toy. Close attention is necessary when used near children.
• Use only as described in this manual. Use only the manufacturer’s recommended attachments.
• Never add water over 130º F/54º C to the solution tank.
• Do not use with damaged cord or plug. If the machine is not working as it should, has been dropped,
damaged, left outdoors or dropped into water, return it to a service center.
• Do not pull by the cord, use the cord as a handle, close a door on the cord, or pull the cord around sharp
edges or corners. Do not run the machine over the cord. Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.
To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
• Do not handle the plug, the cord or the machine with wet hands.
• Extension cords must be 14/3 and no longer than 50 feet. Replace the cord or unplug immediately if
the ground prong becomes damaged.
• 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 loose clothing, hair, fingers, and all parts of body away from openings and moving parts.
• Do not pick up anything that is burning or smoking, such as cigarettes, matches, or hot ashes, or any
health endangering dusts. Do not use to pick up flammable or combustible liquids such as gasoline or
use in areas where they may be present.
• Turn off all controls before unplugging.
• Use extra care when cleaning on stairs.
• Connect to a properly grounded outlet only.
• Liquid ejected at the spray nozzle could be dangerous as a result of its temperature, pressure,or
chemical content.
INSPECTION:
Carefully unpack and inspect your HHP-310-240 for shipping damage. Each machine is tested and
inspected before shipping. Any shipping damage incurred is the responsibility of the carrier. You should
notify the carrier immediately if you notice damage to the box or to the machine or parts.
CLEANING SOLUTIONS:
We recommend liquid cleaning chemicals. Powder chemicals may be used, but unless mixed very
thoroughly they could cause a build-up in the pump, lines, heat exchanger and/or quick disconnects. Any
problem caused by a chemical build-up is not covered by warranty. Use a neutral cleaner with a pH
between 5 and 10 to avoid premature wear of the pump, seals, and/or other components. Damage
caused by the use of strong chemicals is not covered by the warranty.
MAINTENANCE:
For optimum performance flush the machine with clear water at the end of each working day. Once a
month, minimum, run a flushing compound through the machine to break up any mineral or chemical
build-up that may have formed. The vacuum motor, pump motor, and the pump do not require any
scheduled maintenance; however, the motors may require replacement brushes after 1000 - 1500 hours,
and the pump and bypass valve may require rebuild kits after 1000 - 1500 hours, typically (refer to
machine part list for numbers). Clean the body with an all-purpose detergent, and protect it with an
automobile interior polish. Lubricate the wheels, castors, and quick disconnects with an all purpose
silicone spray.
PARTS AND SERVICE:
Repairs, when required, should be performed by your authorized distributor who maintains an inventory
of original replacement parts and accessories. Call the distributor from whom you purchased this
machine if you need parts and service. Be sure to specify the machine model. Have your serial number
handy.
SAVE THIS INFORMATION
Serial Number: __________________
Model: HHP-310-240
Purchase Date:_____________
Write the name and phone number of your distributor:
_____________________________________
_____________________________________
(and be sure to register your purchase to activate your warranty)
SWITCH PLATE
UPHOLSTERY
CORD 1
#1
#2
#3
VAC
PUMP
CARPET
MODE
VAC (1) & PUMP (2) SWITCHES:
These switches are powered by cord #1. Switches are on when illuminated.
CARPET/UPHOLSTERY SWITCH (3):
This switch is also powered by cord #1. The carpet setting (down position) is high pressure
(approximately 300 PSI). The upholstery setting (up position) is low pressure (approximately 50 PSI
with a K1 or V2 spray tip). NOTE: Switch does not illuminate.
HEAT MODE LIGHT (6):
This light will only illuminate when the heater is heating and will turn off when it reaches operating
temperature. During normal operation, the “MODE” light will be on most of the time.
SET-UP and OPERATION:
Fill the holding tank with clear water and the detergent of your choice. Mix well. Although this machine
is designed to supply instant hot water, the addition of warm water (not above 130º F/54º C) to the
holding tank would increase heater efficiency.
1.
Plug in cord #1 (vac and pump). Attach the priming hose to the machine (see illustration).
Turn the pump on and set the switch to the upholstery setting. Run until the pump is fully primed,
then turn off the pump. Remove the priming hose and attach the cleaning hoses and tool.
2.
Turn on the pump and spray through the cleaning tool for a few seconds to fill the lines with
solution.
3.
Plug in cord #2 (identified by the red “H” on the back of the extractor). Wait 2 minutes for the
heat exchanger to reach operating temperature (the red light will go out). You may now
begin cleaning. It will take about 10 seconds for the initial heat to reach the wand.
NOTE: It is normal for the red light to turn on and off during cleaning operations, and it will be on most
of the time you are cleaning.
BALL FLOAT VAC SHUTOFF:
When the recovery tank is full, the float system will shut off the incoming air flow and prevent
water from entering the vacuum motors. The float may not work properly if the float ball
cage is clogged or if there is foam in the tank. Foam may not lift the ball float.
CAUTION: To avoid vac motor damage, always make sure the float cage is clean
and the ball travels freely before turning on the machine, and use a defoamer
whenever foam is present.
SWITCH PLATE
HOLDING TANK LID
LID (RECOVERY TANK)
VAC INTAKE
PRIMING HOSE IN
POSITION FOR PRIMING
LATCH (2)
WHEEL
VENT
DRAIN GATE
CASTOR
1
5
10
6
4
2
{
3
4A
7
28
ing
Prim
69
73
86
72
25
ose
H
26
40
26A
27
102
8
16
PUMP
BYPASS
HOSE
9
15
7
HEATER
OUTLET
HOSE
4B
4B
4A
21
32
71
65
17
70
42
101
26A
39
19
HEATER
INLET
HOSE
99
86
100
44
38
103
98
68
66
67
108
65
45
46
89
88
PUMP
87 INLET
HOSE
107
86
49
62
51
50
64
81
82
60
55
80
54
59
58
53
51A
78
H
H
3
P-
10
77
240V
HHP-310
74
75
76
104
HHP-310 240V
PARTS LIST
Item Part
1
2
3
4
4A
4B
5
6
7
8
9
10
15
16
17
19
21
25
26
26A
27
28
32
38
39
40
42
44
45
46
49
50
51
51A
53
54
55
58
59
60
62
64
65
Description
FP231
21
908
187
187B
185
V-1
907
922
2009
FP201
FP193
156
430B
76A
FP159B
2012
FP164
31
115
92A
116A
934
926
959
FP385
2015
2014
459
937
918
See Misc.
184
2019
220
219
2164
2003
27A
966
180
910-15.56
928
Drain Gate assembly
Screw, Button Head, 10-32 x 5/8”
Latch
O-Ring, Small
O-Ring, Large
Nut, 1-1/2”
Vacuum Tank, HHP
Hose Barb, 1-1/2"
PVC Elbow, 1-1/2"
Gasket (Vacuum Dome)
Vacuum Dome
Float, Ball & Cage
Hose Clamp, (size 28)
Hose, Vacuum, Rubber, 2” X 21”
Hose Clamp, (Size 36)
Heat Exchanger, Complete (240V)
Hose, 26”
Hose Assy, Braided, for Heat Exchanger, Outlet
Washer, Brass
Washer, Fiber
Nipple, S/S, 1/4 p.t.
Bushing, Fiber
Chain 9.5”
Manifold, Vacuum
Gasket (Vacuum Motor)
Vacuum Motor, 3-Stage, w/Connectors
Guard, Fan
Fan, Cooling
Louver, 2-1/2” (includes screws)
Reducer, PVC
Heat Sink Plate
Thermistor Control with Potentiometer**
Cord Retainer
Power Cord, 25’, Yellow
Quick disconnect, female
Quick disconnect, male
Pressure gauge
Wheel, 8”
Axle Cap, Black
Label, HHP-310
Axle Bracket
Axle, 1/2 x 17-1/2”
Louver, 3”, includes screws
Item Part
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
80
81
82
86
87
88
98
99
101
102
103
104
107
108
FP228A
BBLK-1
905
SYP1
45
909A
2010A
193
F-6
T-1
1557
901
48G
2083
228
28
166
946
FP236
945
925
2063
925
2064
CWBLK
430
928A
Description
Gasket, Base
Base, HHP
Castor, Swivel, 4”
Priming Hose
Quick Disconnect, Male, 1/4 p.t.
Latch Strike for Latch, S/S
Handle, Chrome
Screw, Flathead, 1/4”
Funnel, Black
Holding Tank, HHP
Filter screen
Lid, Holding Tank
Switch, Pump & Vacuum
Switch Plate (240V)
Light, Red (240V)
Screw, #4 x 3/8”
Hose Clamp
Hose, Pump Inlet, 1/2” X 14”
Pump, complete, no motor
Bypass Valve
Hose, 3/8” X 8”
Solenoid (240V)
Hose, Pump Bypass, 3/8” X 14”
Motor, for Pump (AC, 240V)
Cord Wrap, Black
Hose, Exhaust, 2” x 12”
Bracket, Exhaust Hose
MISCELLANEOUS ASSEMBLIES/PARTS
291
950CP
250
950A
**FP194E
FP2008
Bypass Valve Rebuild Kit
Valve/O-Ring Kit, Pump
Piston/Seals Kit, Pump
Bearing/Cam Assembly (for Pump)
Thermistor Control Kit with
Potentiometer, Probe & Thermal Cutout
Vacuum Dome, w/Gasket
(NOTE: Items in kits not sold separately.)
TROUBLE SHOOTING:
IF THIS OCCURS
NO SPRAY
PUMP DOSEN’T RUN
LOW SUCTION
CHECK THIS
Solution tank is empty.
Clogged spray tip.
Pump not running or not primed
Valve on wand not operating
No power to pump.
Debris plugging cleaning tool or vacuum hose.
Drain gate is not completely closed, or seals are damaged.
Vacuum dome is not seated or is damaged.
NO SUCTION
No power to motor. Test the switch. Test the Electronic Float. Test the vacuum
motor. Test the Vacuum Circuit Board.
LOW HEAT
Spraying too long. Try spraying for 12-15 seconds per cycle.
Heat exchanger needs to be flushed.
Wrong tool being used. Too much water passing through. Longer hose or larger
diameter hose, than standard.
NO HEAT
Heat cord is not plugged in.
No power in the wall outlet - check to see if the breaker has tripped.
Call your distributor for additional help.
SPECIFICATIONS:
Rotomolded Body:
Vacuum:
VAC Shutoff:
Pump:
Waterlift:
Heat:
Heater:
Wand:
Weight:
Dimensions:
Lifetime Warranty
7.2”, 3-stage
Ball float
Positive displacement, 300 psi for carpet and 75 psi for upolstery
140”
Adjustable to 212º F
2000 Watts
Stainless steel, double bend, twin tip
99 lbs.
26.5H x 18W x 28.75L (inches)
208-772-0573 • 800-257-7982 • FAX: 208-772-0577
VISIT US AT: http://www.usproducts.com
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