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9595, 1816, 3918, 4207,
24101, 7482, 2412 SERIES
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)RTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
!
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE USING YOUR UPRIGHT VACUUM.
Always
connect
toapolarized
outlet
(one
slotiswider
thantheother).
Unphg
fromoutlet
when
notinuseandbefore
conducting
maintenance.
When
using
anelectrical
appliance,
basic
precautions
should
beobserved,
including
thefollowing:
THE RISK OF FIRE,
OR INJURY:
; connect to a polarized
(one slot is wider than the
). Do not modify the polarplug to fit a non-polarized
cord.
not leave vacuum cleaner
it is plugged in.Unplug
when not in use
nd before servicing.
_o not use outdoors or on
wet surfaces.
Do not allow to be used as a toy.
Close attention is necessarywhen
used by or near children.
>)Do not use for any purpose other
than described in this User's
Guide.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, have it repaired
at an authorized servicecenter,
Do not pull or carry by cord, use
cord asa handle, closea door on
cord, or pull cord around sharp
edges or corners. Do not run
appliance over cord. Keepcord
away from heated surfaces.
Do not unplug by pulling on
cord. To unplug, grasp the plug,
not the cord.
Do not handle plug or vacuum
cleaner with wet hands.
Do not put any object into
openings. Do not use with any
opening blocked; keep openings
free of dust, lint, hair,and anything
that may reduce air flow.
Keep hair,looseclothing, fingers,
and all parts of body away from
openings and moving parts.
_)Turnoff all controls before
plugging or unplugging
vacuum cleaner.
>)Use extra carewhen cleaning
on stairs.
_)Do not use to pick up flammable
or combustible materials(lighter
fluid, gasoline,kerosene,etc.)
or use in areaswhere they may
be present,
_)Do not use vacuum cleaner in an
enclosed space filled with vapors
given off by oil base paint, paint
thinner,some moth proofing
substances,flammable dust, or
other explosive or toxic vapors,
>)Do not use to pick up toxic
material (chlorine bleach,
ammonia, drain cleaner,etc.).
_)Do not pick up anything that is
burning or smoking, such as
cigarettes, matches,or hot ashes,
_)Do not use without filters in place,
_)Do not pick up hard or sharp
objects such as glass, nails,screws,
coins, etc.
_)Useonly on dry, indoor surfaces,
_)Keep appliance on a levelsurface,
>)Do not carry the vacuumcleaner
while it is running,
_)Unplug before connecting or disconnecting the TurboBrush®Tool,
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
FOR FUTURE USE
Thismodelisforhousehold
useonly.
THIS APPLIANCE HAS A
POLARIZED PLUG
Toreduce
theriskofelectric
shock,
thisappliance
hasapolarized
plug(onebladeiswiderthantheother).
Thisplugwillfitina
polarized
outletonlyoneway.Iftheplugdoesnotfitfullyintheoutlet,reverse
theplug.Ifit stilldoesnotfit,contact
aqualified
electrician
to install
aproper
outlet.Donotchange
thepluginanywav.
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CONTENTS
Vacuum Base
Handle
Screws (2)
Upper Cord Wrap
Hose Wand Clip
_Note:
Crevice
tool
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
is located
inside
TurboBrush
tool
Dusting Brush
Hose
Crevice Tool _
Extension Wand
Extension
Wand
Assembly
1, Slide handle onto machine
2, Screw 2 screws
screwdriver
into existing
3, Insert extension wand
and twist clockwise
base
holes with
Phillips-head
clip into back of vacuum
base
4, Line up tabs on the cuff of the hose with the notches
on back of vacuum, twist hose clockwise to lock into place
5, Slide other end of hose into hose wand
hose over upper hose wrap
6, Slide tools
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into place
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1 Handle
2
3
4
5
6
7
8 Bottom
Easy
Empty
TM
Power
switch**
DirtTank
Tank
Release
Button
9 Post-Motor
Filter
Carry
Handle
10 Height
Adjustment
Knob
SuctionPowerlndicator**11 BrushRollOn/Off
LidRelease
Button
12 Furniture
Protection
Guard
Pre-MotorEilter(Iocated13 Powerfoot
insideDirtTanklid)
14 Cord
Clip
15 TurboBrush
_)Tool
16 Upper
Hose
Wrap
17 Dusting
Brush
18 Stretch
Hose
19 UpperCordWrap
20 Crevice
Tool
21 Extension
Wand
22 Extension
WandClip
23 Power
Switch**
24 Hose
Wand
25 Hose
WandBase
26 Handle
Release
Pedal
27 FootHose
28 Power
Cord
AWARNING
AWARNING
AWARNING
Plastic
filmcanbedangerous`
Toavoid
danger
ofsuffocation,
keep
away
from
babies
andchildren.
Donotpluginyourvacuum
cleaner
until
youarefamiliar
withallinstructions
and
operating
procedures,
Toreduce
theriskofelectric
shock,
turn
power
switch
offanddisconnect
polarized
plugfromelectrical
outletbefore
performing
maintenance
ortroubleshooting
checks.
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models
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/kWARNING
you'llneed__assemble
your
eaner
isaPhillips-head
screwdriver.
handle
Donot0peBtevacuum
withdamp0rwetfilters
orwithoutallfilteBinplacefiBt.
to vacuum
vacuum handle and remove the
taped to the handle. The screw
:ontains two screws of equal length.
2,
the vacuum upright and slide the
handle firmly into the opening at
of the vacuum body.
_ck to be sure the handle is fitted to the
Jm body. If there are any gaps between
_andle and the vacuum base, continue to
the handle firmly into the base until the
idle is flush.
Insert the two screws from the screw packet
the existing holes. Push each screw firmly
_to the hole before beginning
to secure the
_crew with a Phillips head screwdriver. If the
handle is aligned properly on the vacuum base,
you should be able to push the screw almost
entirely into the hole until only the screw head
is visible. Tighten the screw with a Phillips head
screwdriver
by rotating the screw clockwise.
Attach
vacuum
4,
hose_ clips & tools
1. Attach the extension wand clip by inserting
the clip into the back of the vacuum base
and twisting clockwise. Mount the extension
wand (with crevice tool inside) on the back
of the vacuum.
1,
2. Snap the upper cord wrap into the socket
located above the extension wand clip. Wrap
the power cord around the cord wrap clips.
3. Attach the Twist 'n Snap T" hose by lining
up the tabs on the cuff with the corresponding
notches on the back of the vacuum. Twist the
Twist 'n Snap hose clockwise to lock the hose
into place.
2,
2,
4. Slide the end of the hose wand into the
hose wand base, and fold the hose over the
upper hose wrap.
3,
3.
1,
4,
ACAUTION
Power
switch
The Power switch on model 9595, 1816, 3918,
4207, 24101, 7482 series is located on the left
side of the vacuum. Push the rocker switch
"ON" (I) to vacuum, and "OFF" (0) when cleaning is complete.
The Power switch on model
2412 is located on the front of the handle. Push
the button (_ once to vacuum, and push the
button (_) again when cleaning
is complete.
Before
using
v0urvacuum,
make
sure
thatthedi_
tankisinthe10(ked
position
andthatbothfilters
(prem0t0r
andp0st-m0t0r)
areinplace.
Donot
operate
v0urvacuum
without
these
filters.
NOTE: You can find your model number on the
back, bottom side of the vacuum on the white
sticker by the UL rating.
Handle
position
Press the handle release
to place your CleanView
three cleaning positions.
1. Upright - For storage
cleaning with tools.
2. Normal cleaning
for household floor
pedal with your foot
vacuum into one of
and above floor
- Press handle release
cleaning tasks.
3. Low cleaning - With the vacuum in
normal cleaning position, press handle release
pedal again, use for reaching under low furniture
such as tables, chairs or beds.
Height
adjustment
There are five height settings available for
various floor surfaces. Turn the dial on the foot
of the cleaner to the desired setting.
Lowest setting - For low pile carpet or bare
floors. To pick up debris, it may be necessary
to move up one setting.
Medium
setting
Highest setting
shag carpet.
- For medium
pile carpet.
- For high pile and most
NOTE: For optimal carpet cleaning performance,
adjust to the lowest practical setting. If your
cleaner is difficult to push, adjust to the next
higher setting.
If the dial is difficult to turn, tilt the cleaner
back slightly to take the weight off the foot
while turning.
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NOTICE
The
floorbrush
willcontinue
torotate
whileV0u
usev0ur
vacuum
forabove
floorcleaning.
Toprevent
carpet
damage,
donotlean
onthevacuum
orletthep0werf00t
tiltforward.
Brush Roll On/Off
(On model series: 7482 & 2412)
The rotating brush On/Off pedal is located on
the front of the vacuum base. You can use your
foot to engage or disengage this pedal (a).
When the brush roll pedal has been engaged,
the brush will start rotating. The brush roll should
be turned on for most carpeted floors. To turn the
brush roll off, disengage the pedal by pressing
on it with your foot. We recommend
turning off
the brush roll for bare floor cleaning to prevent
scatter or for other delicate surfaces.
Transportin_l
a.
cleaner
1. To move your cleaner from room to room, put
the handle in the upright position, tilt the cleaner
back on its rear wheels and push forward.
2. The cleaner can also be moved
carrying handle.
Suction
Power
by using the
Indicator
(On model series: 2412)
The suction power indicator tells you when the
air flow in your vacuum is reduced due to dirty
filters or a clog in the hose. The suction power
indicator will remain green until the airflow is
reduced. At that time, it begins to change to red.
When it is fully red, the airflow is significantly
reduced by a dirty filter or clog. Follow the steps
on page 12 for clearing a clog. Follow the steps
on pages 9 and 10 to clean your filters. All filters
in the vacuum should be cleaned or replaced
when the clean filter indicator turns red.
NOTE: When your vacuum is turned off, the
suction power indicator will go to the green
color setting. The suction power indicator
only detects reductions in airflow when the
vacuum power is on.
AWARNING
Therotating
floorbrush
continues
torotate
while
tools
areinuse.
Toreducethe
riskofinjury
frommoving
pa_s,
always
move
thecleaner
withthecarrying
handle
atthe
back
ofthecleaner.
Always
place
vacuum
cleaner
onfloor
withhandle
inupright
position
whenusing
tools.
Never
place
y0urfingers
under
thecleaner
when
it isrunning.
Never
place
p0werfoot
onfurniture
oruneven
surfaces.
Do
notplace
vacuum
cleaner
close
enough
to0bje_st0
pull
themintorotating
brush.
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Special
Whilevacuuming,
certaincarpetsandlowhumidity
conditions
maygenerate
smallstaticdischarges.
The
discharges
areentirelyharmless
andarenotassociated
inanywaywiththe mainpowersupply.
IINOTICE
tools
Your BISSELL CleanView vacuum is not only a
powerful carpet and rug vacuum cleaner, it's also
a versatile above floor vacuum cleaner when you
select one of the special tools.
a,
1. Raise handle to upright
c,
position.
2. Grasp the hose wand and separate
hose wand base.
3. Attach tools by firmly pushing
hose or extension wand.
a. Crevice tool Use in tight
from
the
onto vacuum
narrow
spaces.
b. Dusting Brush Use brush to dust
furniture, blinds, books, lamps, shelves
and baseboards.
d,
c. Extension wand Use with desired
attachment
for a longer reach.
d. TurboBrush® Tool Use rotating brush
action for small flat areas such as stairs and
cushions. Press gently down and pull toward
you in a raking motion; too much pressure
will cause the brush to stop rotating.
To maintain maximum
following maintenance
cleaning performance,
the
steps must be performed:
1. Empty the dirt tank when
"Full" line on the side.
AWARNING
the dirt reaches the
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theriskofelectric
shock,
turnpowerswitchoff
2. Check the pre-motor
filter at least once a
month and clean or replace as needed. To access
the pre-motor
filter, remove the Easy Empty
dirt tank from the vacuum base and push the
lid release button located on the carry handle.
Remove the foam filter from the filter tray.
/ anddisconnect
polarized
plugfromelectrical
outletbefore
[ performngmantenance
ortroubeshootngchecks.
2.
washable
filter
3. The post-motor
filter assists in the filtration
process to return clean air to the room. Replace
the post-motor
filter every three to six months.
To access the post-motor
filter, remove the
filter tray located below the Easy Empty dirt
tank. When the filter becomes dirty, push the
filter through the bottom of the tray to clean or
replace the filter.
Lid Release
Button
NOTE: The pleated post-motor filter may NOT
be washed with water or detergent. If dust and/
or debris accumulates on the filter, gently tap
the filter on the side of a garbage container.
Note: More frequent filter cleaning or replacing may be necessary if you are vacuuming
new carpet, fine dust, or have allergy concerns.
Follow the instructions on the following pages
to perform these simple maintenance steps.
Post-Motor
Filter Tray
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Tank
_nk needs to be emptied when the dirt
"Full" line on the side of the tank.
cleaner
from
electrical
outlet.
the Easy Empty dirt tank from the
by pushing the tank release button.
'the dirt tank over a garbage container.
bottom lid release button on the back
dirt tank to empty dirt.
]nt the Easy Empty
base.
dirt tank back on the
tank may be washed in warm
with a mild detergent, Make sure it is
! before replacing.
_1the pre-motor
filter
only genuine BISSELL replacement
in your BISSELL CleanView vacuum.
1. Unplug
2.
the cleaner
from
electrical
and inner cyclone
filters
AWARNING
outlet.
a. Remove the Easy Empty dirt tank and
locate the pre-motor
filter as described
on
the previous page.
withoutallfiltersinplace.
2b,
b. Remove the foam filter from the filter
tray. The filter tray is fixed in-place, but
may be removed for cleaning by unscrewing
the tray. The foam filter and tray may be
hand washed in warm water with a mild
detergent, if desired. Rinse well, then air
dry thoroughly
before replacing the filter.
Make sure all components
are completely
dry before replacing.
3. The inner cyclone may also be removed for
cleaning. With the bottom of Easy Empty dirt
tank open, reach up into the dirt cup and grasp
the cyclone. Twist the cyclone clockwise to
unlock and pull straight down to remove. The
inner cyclone and dirt cup may be wiped clean
with a damp cloth. Make sure all parts are dry
before replacing.
3,
NOTICE
Donotplace
thedirttankorotherproduct
components
inthedishwasher.
Handwashonly.
Replacin_l
the post-motor
filter
Use only a genuine BISSELL replacement
post-motor
filter in your BISSELL CleanView
vacuum.
1. Unplug
the cleaner
from
electrical
2.
outlet.
2. The post-motor
filter assists in the filtration
process to return clean air to the room. Replace
the post-motor
filter every three to six months.
To access the post-motor
filter, remove the
filter tray located below the Easy Empty dirt
tank. When the filter becomes dirty, push the
filter through the bottom of the tray to clean or
replace the filter.
Post-Motor
Filter
NOTE: The pleated post-motor filter may NOT
be washed with water or detergent. If dust and/
or debris accumulates on the filter, gently tap
the filter on the side of a garbage container.
Checkin_l
rotatin_l
floor
brush and drive
belt
You should check your vacuum cleaner's rotating floor brush and drive belt regularly for wear
or damage. You should also clean the brush and
brush ends of strings, hair and carpet fibers.
These can wrap around the brush and hamper
its ability to effectively
clean your carpet. Also
remove any debris that has accumulated
under
the brush cover.
1. Unplug
cleaner
from
electrical
3.
Brush Cover
outlet.
2. Place handle in low position and turn vacuum
cleaner over so bottom side is up.
3. Remove the seven screws with a Phillips
head screwdriver. Lift the brush cover off.
4. Grasp rotating floor brush at both ends
and lift straight out of the vacuum foot. Slip
off the belt.
5. Clean strings, hair and other debris from
rotating floor brush, paying particular attention
to brush ends.
4.
Motor
Pulle'
6. Clean strings, hair and other debris from
motor pulley and drive belt areas.
7. Check drive belt carefully for wear, cuts
or stressed areas, and replace if necessary
(see instructions
on following page).
8.
Air
Passageway
8. Check air passageway for obstructions.
Remove debris from this area.
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Replace
drive
belt
Use only a genuine BISSELL style 9 replacement
belt (#203-1093)
in your BISSELL CleanView
vacuum.
1. Unplug
cleaner
from
electrical
outlet.
2. With rotating floor brush removed from
vacuum cleaner (steps 1-4 of Check rotating
floor brush and drive belt), grasp old drive
belt and remove from motor pulley. Discard
old drive belt.
AWARNING
Toreduce
theriskofelectric
shock,
turnpowerswitchoff
anddisconnect
polarized
plugfromelectrical
outletbefore
performing
maintenance
0rtr0ublesh00ting
checks.
4.
Motor
Pulley
3. Place new drive belt over motor pulley and
stretch other end over rotating floor brush in
the space between the bristles.
4. Place ends of rotating floor brush down
into slots on sides as shown.
5. Turn rotating floor brush by hand several
times in the direction of motor pulley. If
properly installed, drive belt will center itself
on rotating brush.
6. Reposition the brush cover and screw
all seven screws back into place.
Clearin_l
AWARNING
Toreduce
theriskofinjuryfrommovingparts,
turn
offvacuum
cleaner
anddisconnect
PowerPlugfrom
electrical
outlet.
a clo_l
Low suction or poor pickup may be due to
a clog in the vacuum cleaner. If you notice a
change in the sound of the motor or a reduction
in the spinning action of the dirt or brush roll,
check for clogs.
1. Unplug
cleaner
from
electrical
outlet.
2. Remove Easy Empty dirt tank from
base and empty dirt and debris.
vacuum
3. Remove inner cyclone from Easy Empty dirt
tank (see page 10) and check for debris build-up
or clogs in the upper tank.
4. Check the suction
inlet for a clog.
5. Grasp the hose wand to separate from the
hose wand base. Check for a clog in the base,
the wand or within the hose.
6. Remove the screw attaching the hose wand
base to the vacuum. Straighten the hose wand
base and check for clogs with a long, narrow
object such as a broom stick. Do not use sharp
objects like a clothes hanger, as these may
puncture the hose.
7. If the clog persists, follow the instructions
for
Checking the rotating floor brush on page 11and
inspect the air passageway for obstructions.
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Problem
Possible causes
Vacuum
cleaner won't
rum on
Power
Remedies
cord not plugged
Blown fuse/tripped
Incorrect
in
Check electrical
breaker
Check/replace
height adjustment
Hose not attached
opening
Adjust
to suction
Vacuum
cleaner won't
pick up dirt
brush bristles
Rotating
floor
brush jammed
worn
hose and replace
drive belt, see page 12
Replace
brush
Remove brush and clean debris from
brush ends, see page 11
Follow instructions
clearing clogs
Dirt tank full
Empty
tank not
if needed
Replace
Clog in vacuum
Dirt tank or upper
installed properly
Tool won't
pick up
powerfoot to correct hei!
Check
Broken or worn drive belt
floor
fuse or reset
Grasp the hose wand and firmly
into the hose wand base
Crack or hole in hose
Rotating
plug
Position
on page 12 for
dirt tank
correctly
and lock in place
Filters are dirty
Check and clean or replace pre-motor
and post-motor
filters, see pages 9, 10
Crack or hole in hose
Check
Clog in vacuum
Follow instructions
clearing clogs
Dirt tank full
Empty
Dirt tank or upper
installed properly
Filters are dirty
tank not
Position
hose and replace
if needed
on page 12 for
dirt tank
correctly
and lock in place
Check and clean or replace
pre-motor
These
itemsareavailable
foryourBISSELL
CleanView
Vacuum,
Call1-800-237-7691
orvisitwww.bissetl.com
PART #
PART #
PART NAHE
160-1506 Brush
Roll(15")
(7482
&2412
Series)
PART NAHE
Brush
Rolld3.5")
, (9595,1816,
3918,420#
i 24101
Series)
1008
FilterPack
(includes
onepre-motor
filterand
onepost-motor
filter)
Style9DriveBelt
(2-Pack)
203-2665 HoseAssembly
Q
Febreze
e'Post-Motor
Filter*
(fitsallCleanView
vacuums)
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These items are available for your BISSELL CteanView
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PART #
Vacuum,
PART NAHE
203-1429 TurboBmsh
Tool
203-2666 Extension
Wand
dY')
203-1056 Crevice
Tool
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_'andrelated
trademarks
areowned
bvTheProcter
&Gamble
Company,
Cincinnati,
Ohio,
andused
underlicense
bvBISSELL
Homecare,
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additional
instruction
regarding
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orhavequestions
regarding
whatit maycover,
please
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orregular
mailasdescribed
below.
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Three-Year
Warranty
Subject
tothe*EXCEPTIONS
AND
EXCLUSIONS
identified
below,
upon
receipt
oftheproduct
BISSELL
willrepair
orreplace
(withnewor
remanufactured
components
orproducts),
atBISSELL's
option,
free
ofcharge
fromthedateofpurchase
bytheoriginal
purchaser,
for
threeyears
anydefective
ormalfunctioning
part.
If your BISSELL product
require service:
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Authorized
Service
Center
inyourarea,
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orreplacement
p
have
questions
about
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or E-mail:
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warranty
applies
toproduct
used
forpersonal,
andnotcommercial Saturday 9am - 8pm ET
orrental
service.
This
warranty
does
notapply
tofans
orroutine
Sunday lOam - 7pm ET
maintenance
components
such
asfilters,
belts,
orbrushes,
Damage
or
malfunction
caused
bynegligence,
abuse,
neglect,
unauthorized
repair, Or Write:
oranyother
usenotinaccordance
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LIABLE
FOR
INCIDENTAL
ORCONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES
Rapids, HI 49501
OF
ANY
NATURE
ASSOCIATED
WITH
THE
USE
OF
THIS
PRODUCT,
BISSELL'SGrand
ATTN: Consumer Care
LIABILIIY
WILL
NOT
EXCEED
THE
PURCHASE
PRICE
OFTHE
PRODUCT.
Somestatesdo not allowthe exclusionor limitation of incidentalor consequentialdamages,sothe
abovelimitationor exclusionmay not apply to you.
*EXCEPTIONS AND EXCLUSIONS FROM
THE TERMS OF THE LIMITED WARRANTY
THIS
WARRANTY
ISEXCLUSIVE
ANDINLIEU
OFANY
OTHER
WARRANTIES
EITHER
ORAL
ORWRITTEN.
ANYIMPLIED
WARRANTIES
WHICH
MAY
ARISE
BYOPERATION
OF
LAW,
INCLUDING
THE
IMPLIED
WARRANTIES
OF
MERCHANTABILITY
ANDFITNESS
FOR
APARTICULAR
PURPOSE,
ARE
LIMITED
TOTHE
THREE
YEAR
DURATION
FROM
THE
DATE
OFPURCHASE
ASDESCRIBED
ABOVE.
Some
states
donotallowlimitations
on howlonganimplied
warranty
lastsotheabove
limitation
maynotapply
toyou.
NOTE: Please keep your original sales
receipt. It provides proof of date of
purchase in the event of a warranty claim.
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Call:
parts,
or questions
about
your
warranty:
Write:
BISSELL
Consumer
1-800-237-7691
Care
Monday
8 am
- Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Visit
the
When
contacting
BISSELL
Homecare,
PO Box 3606
- 10 pm
am - 8 pm
lOam - 7pm
9
BISSELL
BISSELL,
have
record
your
Model
Number:
Please
record
your
Purchase
model
Rapids
IHI 49501
Consumer
Care
ET
website:
Please
Grand
ATTN:
ET
ET
Inc,
www.BISSELL.com
number
of cleaner
available.
Date:
NOTE: Please keep your original sales receipt. It provides proof of purchase
date in the event of a warranty claim, See Warranty on page 15 for details,
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BISSELL
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Michigan
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