Dirt Devil_DDC06_User Guide.indd

Dirt Devil_DDC06_User Guide.indd
CYLINDER VACUUM
Bagless Cleaner
user
guide
DDC06-E01/DDC06-P01
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overview
machine overview
Table of contents
1 Lid
2 Hose inlet
3 Carry handle
4 On/off switch-button
5 Cable rewind button
6 Dirt container
7 Dirt container release button
8 Dirt container handle
9 Filter
10 Post motor filter
11 Air vent
12 Hose handle
13 Flexible hose
14 Extension tube (plastic)
15 Multi purpose nozzles (dusting brush and
crevice tool)
16 Combi tool
1 Overview of your vacuum2
Technical data
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Guarantee
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2 Safety instructions4
3 Before use6
3.1 Selecting a tool/accessory
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3.2 Assembly
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4 Use8
4.1 Operational safety
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4.2 How to Use
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4.3 Switching off
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4.4 Transport and storage
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5 Maintenance10
5.1 Empty the dirt container
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5.2 Cleaning dirt container and pre-motor filter11
5.3 Cleaning the post-motor filter
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5.4 Spare parts and accessories
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5.5 Troubleshooting14
Technical Data
Type of appliance: Bagless Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner
Model name:
QuickPower
Model number:
DDC06-E01 / DDC06-P01
Voltage:
220 – 240V ~, 50 Hz
Power:
1,000W
Dirt bin capacity:
1.5
Power cord length: 5 m
Weight:
5.5 kg
We reserve the right to make changes to technical and
design specifications in the interest of continuous product
improvement. © Dirt Devil.
LIMITED GUARANTEE
It’s quick and easy to register for your free 1 year guarantee online at
www.DirtDevil.co.uk.
Please retain your original receipt for proof of purchase. Please make a note of
the serial number and model number of the product before calling.
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Warning
BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
• This vacuum cleaner is intended for household use only and NOT for commercial or industrial use.
• Only use the vacuum cleaner indoors on dry surfaces and
keep the area you’re cleaning well lit.
• Keep fingers, hair and loose clothing away from moving parts and openings whilst using the vacuum cleaner.
• This vacuum cleaner can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of
experience and knowledge if
they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the vacuum
cleaner in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children shall not
play with the vacuum cleaner.
Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made
by children without supervision.
• Only Dirt Devil recommended tools should be used with the vacuum cleaner, use of
non-branded Dirt Devil accessories/tools will invalidate your guarantee.
DON'TS
• Don’t use the vacuum cleaner if it has been dropped, damage or left outdoors.
• Don’t run over the power cord or use vacuum cleaner if the
power cord or plug is damaged. Please contact our Customer Service on:
0330 026 2626 (Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm).
• Don’t handle the plug or use the vacuum cleaner with
wet hands.
• Don’t pull or carry the vacuum cleaner by the power cord.
• Don’t use the power cord as a 4
handle, pull the power cord
around corners, sharp edges or close a door over the
power cord.
• Don’t unplug the vacuum
cleaner by pulling on the power cord.
• Don’t vacuum up any
flammable or combustible
materials (lighter fluid, petrol, kerosene etc) or use the vacuum cleaner in an area with explosive vapours or liquid.
• Don’t vacuum up hot coals,
cigarette butts, matches or smoking hot burning items
DON'TS CONTINUED...
or use in an area where there • Don’t vacuum up hard or sharp may be harmful fluids (chlorine, objects such as glass, nails, bleach, and ammonia drain screws or coins etc.
cleaner).
• Don’t use the vacuum cleaner • Don’t attempt to remove with incorrect voltage as this blockages with sharp objects may result in damage or injury as this may cause damage to the user. The correct voltage to the vacuum cleaner, remove is listed on the ratings label.
blockages only as instructed in
this guide.
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
Warning
DO'S
• Turn off all controls on the vacuum cleaner before
disconnecting or connecting the plug from the mains socket.
• Always make sure both the pre-motor/post-motor filters are
in place before use.
• Take extra care when using
and positioning the vacuum
cleaner on the stairs
• Always switch off the vacuum cleaner before disconnecting or connecting the hose and accessories.
• Keep all openings clear and
free from debris as this may affect the airflow/suction.
• Always replace the fuse in the plug with a British 13amp fuse. Always protect the power cable from heated surfaces and open flames.
• Use only CE approved 13amp extension cords, non-approved extension cords may overheat. Care should be taken to arrange the extension cord as it can be a trip hazard.
• Store the vacuum cleaner in a cool, dry area. If the filters have been cleaned as per the user
guide instructions ensure they are thoroughly dry before
storing away.
PLEASE KEEP INSTRUCTIONS
FOR FURTHER USE AND USE
ONLY AS INSTRUCTED IN
THIS GUIDE.
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3.1 Selecting a tool/accessory
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1.Select the tool/accessory according to the surface to be cleaned:
-Combi tool (Fig. 2.1):
Floor tool for cleaning both carpets and hard flooring.
- 2 in 1 tool (Fig. 2.2):
Dusting brush and crevice tool.
- Turbo tool (Fig. 2.3*):
Is used to vacuum stairs, upholstery, car interiors and pet hairs.
*Some models only.
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2.Check the selected tool/accessory
for damage.
ATTENTION: Use only intact tool/accessory.
If damaged, the nozzle may allow dust to escape
or scratch the surface.
3.2 ASSEMBLY
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BEFORE
USE
CAUTION
Before vacuuming, make sure that the fitted tool/
accessory suits the surface to be cleaned. Also observe
the flooring manufacturer's recommendations.
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IMPORTANT: Risk of injury! Only attach the tool/accessory if the appliance is not connected to the power supply. The
cylinder vacuum cleaner could be switched on by accident.
1. Press both buttons at the end of the hose
and insert the hose into hose entry point
(Fig. 3.1).
2. Insert the hose grip into the widest end
of one of the extension tubes (Fig 3.2).
3. Push both extension tubes together
(Fig 3.3).
4. Insert the other end of the extension tube
into the floor head (Fig 3.4).
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CAUTION
Only use the cylinder vacuum cleaner when all filters are intact,
dry and correctly fitted. Make sure that no objects obstruct the
telescopic tube, the suction hose or other openings.
4.1 Operational safety
IMPORTANT: Risk of injury! Check machine and power cord before each use. A damaged machine must never be used.
IMPORTANT: Take extra care when positioning and using the vacuum cleaner on the stairs.
IMPORTANT: The vacuum cleaner is equipped with a thermal cut-out. If for any reason the vacuum cleaner does
overheat the thermostat will automatically turn the vacuum cleaner off. If this happens, switch the vacuum cleaner
off and unplug. Remove and empty the dirt container also check the vacuum cleaner for blockages. Allow the vacuum
cleaner to cool for approximately 1 hour (if you have cleaned the filters please wait 24 hours for the filters to fully dry
before putting back into the machine).
4.2 How to use
IMPORTANT: When unwinding the power cord do not pull further than the yellow marker.
1. Fully unwind the power
cord. Do not pull past
the yellow marker (Fig
4.1).
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2. Plug into the mains
socket and press the
on/off button to switch
the vacuum cleaner on
(Fig 4.2).
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3. For use on carpets
click the rocker switch
forward. For use on
hard floors click the
rocker switch back
(Fig 4.3).
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4. Raised brushes
for carpets (Fig 4.4).
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5. Lowered brushes
for hard floors (Fig 4.5).
6. Slide vent cover on
hose grip open to
reduce suction if
required (Fig 4.6).
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IMPORTANT: When leaving your working-area, switch off the appliance and comply with the notices in chapter 4.3,
"Switching off". This will help avoid accidents.
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USE
CAUTION
Never store the machine directly next to heat sources
(e.g. heater, oven). Avoid exposure to direct sunlight.
Heat can damage the machine.
4.3 Switching off
1. Switch off the cylinder vacuum cleaner with the on/off switch and unplug from the mains.
2. Keep the plug in your hand.
3. To retract the power cord, push the cord retracting button.
4.4 transport and storage
n Only carry the machine by its carrying-
handle (Fig. 5/1).
n If you want to store the machine for longer
period of time, empty the dirt container,
> Chapter 5.1, 'Emptying the dirt container
module'.
n Store the machine in a cool, dry place, out of the reach of children. For storage you can park the telescopic tube on the vacuum cleaner by inserting the parking-
hook (Fig. 5/2) of the combi tool into the parking slot (Fig.5/3).
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CAUTION
Switch off the machine before emptying
the dirt container. This will prevent dirt
from damaging the machine.
5.1 Emptying the dirt container
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n It is best to empty the dirt container after each vacuuming session.
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Press the lid release button and raise
the lid (Fig 6.1).
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Lift to remove the dirt container from the
vacuum cleaner (Fig 6.2).
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Hold dirt container over a bin. Press the
release clip at the bottom of the container.
The dirt release door will open allowing dirt/
debris to fall out (Fig 6.3).
5.2 Cleaning the
dirt container and
pre-motor filter
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n It is best to check the pre-motor filter each time you empty the dirt container,
> Chapter 5.1, 'Emptying the dirt container'.
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Clean the pre-motor filter at the latest when
the blockage light lights up.
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Remove any dirt/debris from the filter on
top of the dirt container lid (Fig 7.1).
2. Turn the dirt container lid anti-clockwise,
lift to remove from the dirt container
(Fig 7.2).
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Turn the filter and shroud anti-clockwise
and remove from dirt container lid (Fig 7.3).
TAP
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MAINTENANCE
CAUTION
The dirt container and the mesh casing are washable, but
may not be cleaned in dishwashers or washing-machines.
Also, do not use detergents or brushes with hard bristles
to clean them.
5. Tap the filter and shroud against a bin to remove any dirt/debris (Fig 7.5).
IMPORTANT: Refrain from cleaning the separator and
filter with water. Otherwise, adhering dirt particles may
clog the separator and shroud.
6. Rinse the mesh casing under running water
(Max 40°C). Leave to dry for 24 hours or
until fully dry before placing back in the
machine (Fig 7.6).
IMPORTANT: Let the mesh casing dry for approx.
24 hours at room temperature after cleaning. Only
put them back into the appliance when they are
completely dry.
4. Lift to separate the shroud and filter from
the mesh casing (Fig 7.4).
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5.3 CHECK the post motor filter
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1. Press the release clip on the post motor
filter cover, pull to remove the cover then
pull to remove the post motor filter
(Fig 8.1).
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2. The post motor filter is designed to offer
long life with no maintenance. The filter
should be checked periodically and when
heavily discoloured it should be replaced.
Please do not wash, scrub or brush the
filter as this will damage the filter (Fig 8.2).
5.4 Spare parts
Spare parts can be reordered from: www.DirtDevil.co.uk or
alternatively call 0330 026 2626.
MAINTENANCE
CAUTION
Only Dirt Devil recommended spares and accessories
should be used with the vacuum cleaner, use of nonbranded Dirt Devil spares and accessories will invalidate
your guarantee.
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5.5 TROUBLESHOOTING
IMPORTANT: Risk of injury! Never use a faulty machine! Always switch off the machine and disconnect it from the
mains before starting troubleshooting > chapter 4.3, "Switching off".
Problem
Why won’t the
vacuum cleaner
pick up?
Solution
The dirt container is full. Empty the dirt container > Chapter 5.1,
'Emptying the dirt container'.
The filters are dirty. Clean the filter > Chapter 5.2, 'Cleaning
dirt container and pre-motor filter' or > Chapter 5.3, 'Check the
post-motor filter'.
Tool/accessory, extension tube or suction hose is blocked.
Remove the obstruction. If necessary, use a long wooden stick
(e.g. a broomstick) to do this.
The air vent is open. Close the air vent (Fig. 4.6).
The attached tool/accessory, is unsuitable. Change the tool/
accessory, > Chapter 3.2, 'Selecting a tool/accessory'.
The position of the 'carpet/hard floor' selector (Fig. 4.4/Fig.
4.5) is inappropriate. Set the 'carpet/hard floor' selector to the
correct position for the type of floor, > Chapter 4.2,
'How to Use'.
Why does my
vacuum cleaner
have no power?
The motor thermostat may have tripped. If this has happened,
unplug the vacuum cleaner. Remove and empty the dirt
container and check the hose for blockages. Clean the filters
and allow the vacuum cleaner to cool for approximately 1 hour
(if you have washed the filters you will need to wait 24 hours
for the filters to fully dry before putting them back into the
vacuum cleaner).
The plug may not be fully pushed into the electrical socket.
Check the fuse in the plug if this needs replacing, always
replace with a British 13amp fuse.
NOTE:
If you were unable to solve the problem using the information in the table above, please contact
our Customer Service (UK) 0330 026 2626.
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MAINTENANCE
Call our Customer
Service Department at
0330 026 2626
Monday-Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm.
www.DirtDevil.co.uk
Dirt Devil. 2 Colmore Square, 38 Colmore Circus, Queensway, Birmingham, B4 6BN.
EEC Statement of Compliance: Manufacturer/EEC importer: Vax Limited trading as Dirt Devil, hereby on our own
responsibility, declare that the DDC06-E01/DDC06-P01 series is manufactured in compliance with the following
Directives: Safety: 2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive. EMC: 2004/108/EC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive.
Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste. Please recycle where facilities exist. Check
with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice.
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