Whirlpool | SL D10 BAB UK | Instruction for Use | EN Operating Instructions

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Operating Instructions
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Description of the
vacuum cleaner
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Deluxe Multi brush*
Bristle-adjustment pedal
Multi brush*
Parquet brush*
Turbo brush*
Sofa brush *
Deluxe Parquet brush*
Pipe length regulator
Metal extension pipe
Hand grip
Plastic hose
Carrying handle
Trolley System opening/closing button
Dust compartment opening button
Dust compartment lid
Suction inlet
Release
Full dust bag/container indicator
Start/Stop button
Cord-rewind button
Buttons +/- for electronic power adjustment*
Start&Pause button*
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing our Trolley Power
vacuum cleaner. In doing so you have opted
for an effective, high performance appliance.
We advise you to register this product on
www.hotpoint.co.uk to make sure you are
entitled to all the benefits made available by
Hotpoint Customer Service.
Trolley Power is designed combining efficiency and
ergonomy. They new high efficiency motors ensure
optimal performances with low consumption.
The exclusive Trolley Sysyem, with patent pending,
combined with the usage of the Remote Power
control (if available) ensures the maximal ergonomy
and maneuverability around furniture.
Before you begin using the appliance, it is
important that you carefully read these
instructions and keep them for further reference.
GENERAL SAFETY RULES
The safety features of your vacuum cleaner comply
with the technical specifications and regulations in
force.
Do not use the appliance for any use other than its
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Battery compartment*
Air regulator
Remote Power Control signal receiver*
Electronic power regulator*
Precision nozzle
Nozzle for delicate surfaces
Attachment compartment
Horizontal housing
Pure Clean Hepa 13 filter*
Air Fresh Hepa 13*
Air grill
Power cord
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Dust bag support
Pure Clean dust bag
Motor filter
Motor filter grill
Gasket
Dust compartment
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Dust container
Filter protection grill
Pre-filter
Pure Clean Hepa 13 filter
* on some models only
intended use. Any improper use could cause damage
to persons and/or property.
The voltage of your system must match the
voltage of the vacuum cleaner (220-240 V).
Any connection error could cause irreversible
damage to the appliance and void its warranty.
• This appliance shall not be used
by children.
• Keep the appliance and its cord
out of reach of children.
• This appliance 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
appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
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• The equipment was designed
for household and similar uses
such as in:
• - staff kitchen areas in shops,
offices and other work environments;
• - farm houses;
• - hotels, motels and other
residential environments by
the guests;
• - bed&breakfast-type environments.
• Supervise children to prevent
them from playing with the appliance.
• Turn unit off and unplug from
outlet when not in use, before
putting on or taking off parts, and
before cleaning. To disconnect,
turn unit off, grasp plug, and pull
out from wall outlet. Never yank
on cord.
• Do not operate any appliance
with a damaged cord or plug or
after the appliance malfunctions
or has been damaged in any
manner. Return the appliance to
an authorized service facility for
examination, repair, or electrical
or mechanical adjustment.
• Do not leave the appliance unattended while it is running.
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Never use the power cord to move or carry the
appliance around.
After use, disconnect the plug from the electrical
outlet and rewind the power cord.
Do not bend the power cord and keep it away
from sharp edges to avoid any damage.
Never leave or use the appliance over or close
to flames, ovens, flammable materials or other
sources of heat.
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Do not use the vacuum cleaner on persons or
animals. Keep the suction ends away from your
body while it is in operation.
Should you suspect a failure, immediately unplug
it from the electrical outlet.
Never immerse the vacuum cleaner in water
or any other liquid. Never spray any liquid
substances onto the appliance.
Do not leave the appliance in the open air and
exposed to inclement weather conditions.
For safety, we advise you to keep the vacuum
cleaner always lower than your own position
when cleaning the stairs.
Never suck up any liquid or damp
substances as this could affect the
operation of the appliance.
Never suck up any flammable materials or
incandescent objects such as ash, cigarette
ends etc. Some parts of the vacuum cleaner
could catch fire.
Never suck up any sharp or cutting objects as
this could damage the appliance.
If very fine dust or powders are sucked up such
as flour, etc. small electrostatic discharges could
occur. When sucking up materials previously
mentioned, we advise not to use the metal
extension pipe, but only the plastic flexible hose
and to set a low suction power level.
For your safety, every repair or maintenance
action should be carried out on the appliance
only by Hotpoint authorised staff.
No responsibility shall be accepted in case of
damage resulting from any improper use of the
appliance.
BEFORE FIRST USE
Remove all adhesives, protective plastic materials
and cardboard packaging. Make sure all adhesive
parts are removed with a soft damp cloth.
Assembling
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3.
Fasten the plastic flexible hose (11) to the suction
inlet (16) until it clicks into place. To remove it,
press the release (17) and pull it out.
Fit the metal extension pipe (9) into the hand
grip (10) until it locks into place. Use the length
regulator (8) to adjust the length of the pipe.
Fit the attachment you need (see chapter
“Attachments”) into the end of the metal
extension pipe until it locks into place.
If your appliance is equipped with a Remote
Power Control, you will need to insert the
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batteries supplied (see paragraph “Remote Power
Control” under chapter “Features”).
USING
THE VACUUM CLEANER (A)
The appliance is equipped with a safety
device that prevents the dust-compartment
lid from closing unless the dust bag has been
correctly installed. Do not force the dust bag lid to
close and make sure all the parts are in the correct
position to allow you to close the lid.
Do not use the vacuum cleaner without
filters, Pure Clean dust bag, dust bag support
or dust container, as the appliance could get
damaged.
1. Unwind the power cord (34) and plug the
appliance into an electrical outlet (220/240V).
We advise you to unwind the entire power
cord (yellow marker: 6,5m; red marker: 7m)
to avoid any overheating and damage.
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Press the start/stop button (19) to start the
appliance.
Press the Trolley System opening/closing
button (13) to extend the carrying handle (12)
to the desired length until it locks into place.
Then manoeuvre the vacuum cleaner using the
carrying handle when cleaning the house.
To select the desired suction intensity
(based on the model) use the +/- button
and electronically adjust the power (21) of
the Remote Power Control; or manually
rotate the electronic power regulator (26).
We advise you to use a low suction power
on delicate surfaces such as curtains,
fabrics, cushions etc to avoid any damage; or at
least open the air regulator to reduce the suction
effect.
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To pause the vacuum cleaner, if this feature is
available, you can use the standby button (22)
on the Remote Power Control or the Start & Stop
function (based on the model). Just insert the
brush into its horizontal housing (30).
To switch off the appliance press the start/stop
button again.
Disconnect the plug from the electrical
outlet
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press
the
cord-rewind
button (20) until rewinding is complete.
Make sure the cord does not get entangled
during rewinding.
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Secure the floor head into its horizontal / vertical
housing and store the appliance.
Do not start the vacuum cleaner if the plastic
flexible hose is entangled, as this could
damage the appliance.
FEATURES
Electronic power regulator (B)
The electronic power regulator (26) (if available) allows to set the suction power required.
On some models, the ideal power levels are indicated, according to the surface to be cleaned: awnings,
carpets and hard floors.
The Eco function (if available) allows to save 25%
energy, compared with the consumption relative to
max suction power, ensuring at the same time cleaning efficacy.
Remote Power Control (C)
The Remote power control (if available) enables you
to adjust the suction power directly and effortlessly
from the hand grip, with no need to bend. When using
the vacuum cleaner, you can keep it on standby by
pressing the Start & Pause button (22).
To insert or change the batteries of your Remote
Power Control:
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Open the battery compartment (23).
Insert two AAA batteries, making sure of the
positive and negative poles.
Close the battery compartment until it clicks into
place.
Trolley System (D)
The Trolley System allows you to move your vacuum
cleaner easily when cleaning and carry it from room
to room effortlessly.
1. Press the opening/closing button on the Trolley
System (13) to pull out the carry handle (12) until
it locks into place at the desired length.
2. Having completed your cleaning, press the
opening/closing button on the Trolley System
and close the carrying handle until it locks into
place.
Use the Trolley System's carrying handle to
store the appliance, making sure you have
correctly locked it into place.
Start & Pause (E)
The Start & Pause function (if available) allows you
to keep the vacuum cleaner on stand-by and lock
the cleaning head in the park position: just insert the
brush into its horizontal housing (30).
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Dual System (F)
The Trolley Dual Clean (if available) version of the
Trolley Power makes your use of the appliance
extremely versatile because it can be used with or
without dust bag. Just assemble the conversion kit
in the package: it comprises a Pure Clean dust bag
(36), dust bag support (35), gasket (39), and motor
filter grill (38) already fitted to the motor filter (37). The
assembling takes place as follows:
1. Make sure the appliance is disconnected from
the electrical outlet.
2. Press the dust-compartment opening button
(14) to open the dust compartment lid (15) and
remove the dust container (41).
3. Fit the gasket into the special groove along the
perimeter of the dust compartment (40).
4. Fit the motor filter grill (already fitted to the motor
filter) into the special dust-compartment guides.
5. Slide the Pure Clean dust bag into the dust bag
support all the way; then place it into the special
dust compartment.
6. Close the dust compartment lid until it clicks into
place.
To use the vacuum cleaner with the dust
container, remember to remove all the
following parts: Pure Clean dust bag, dust bag
support, gasket, motor filter and motor filter grill.
Air Fresh Hepa 13 (I)
The Air Fresh Hepa 13 filter (32) (if available), with
active carbons treatment, ensures the maximal dust
retention (>99,95%) and the filtration of odours.
CLEANING AND
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning the dust compartment (G)
For the routine cleaning of the dust compartment (40):
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Press the dust-compartment opening button (14)
to open the dust compartment lid (15).
Based on the model, remove the Pure Clean
dust bag (36) or the dust container (41).
Clean the dust compartment by removing any
residual dirt with a small brush. If needed, use a
damp soft cloth, taking care to wipe all its parts
entirely dry.
Re-place the Pure Clean dust bag or dust
container correctly and close the dust
compartment lid until it clicks into place.
Replacing the Pure Clean dust bag (H)
We recommend always using Hotpoint
original Pure Clean dust bags (on ​​selected
models only), because their special fabric
allows optimum air filtration, maximum dust/
powder retention, high performances and a
long motor life.
As the Pure Clean dust bags (36) are made of fabric,
they are more resistant than conventional paper bags
and can retain very fine dust/powder particles more
effectively, thus ensuring maximum hygiene.
We recommend replacing the Pure Clean
bag as soon as the full-bag indicator
illuminates. Change at least once a year to be
always sure of the hygienic condition of your
vacuum cleaner. The pores of a bag clogged with
dust/powder particles reduce the motor's suction
power and can cause damage.
1.
Make sure the appliance is disconnected from
the electrical outlet.
Press the dust-compartment opening button (14)
to open the dust compartment lid (15).
Release the bag support (35) and remove the
Pure Clean dust bag (36).
Before cleaning or maintaining the vacuum
cleaner, make sure it has been unplugged
from the electrical outlet. Do not use aggressive
substances or abrasive materials to clean the
appliance, its internal parts and attachments.
Make sure it is thoroughly dry before using again.
Make sure all its parts are thoroughly dry
before replacing them.
We advise you to clean the filter at least
every 4 months to restore its filtering power.
In any case we recommend replacing the filter at
least every year to ensure maximum performance.
2.
Cleaning the appliance
If you are finding it difficult to close the dust
compartment lid, it is likely that the Pure
Clean dust bag and/or its dust bag support have
not been assembled correctly. Do not force the
dust bag lid to close, make sure both parts are in
Use a dry or slightly damp soft cloth to clean the
plastic parts (body, dust compartment, flexible hose
etc) and the metal extension pipe (9).
3.
Dispose of the dust bag in compliance with
all local regulations on waste disposal.
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5.
Slide a new Pure Clean dust bag into the dust
bag support completely; then place it back into
the special compartment.
Close the dust compartment lid until it clicks into
place.
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the correct position to allow lid closure.
3.
Cleaning the filters (I)
version with dust bag
4.
The Pure Clean Hepa 13 filter ensures
maximum protection against allergens and
maintains high air quality, as the air given back
by the appliance is entirely free from dust/
powder residues (filtering power > 99.95 %).
To clean the Pure Clean Hepa 13 filter (31):
1. Disassemble the air grill (33) using the opening
tab.
2. Remove the Pure Clean Hepa 13 filter by
releasing the opening tab.
3. Wash the filter under running water, taking care
that the jet of water is not too strong.
4. Hold it so that the water flows parallel to its folds.
5. Let it dry at room temperature until all its parts
are thoroughly dry.
6. Replace the Pure Clean Hepa 13 filter, paying
attention to the position of the notches.
7. Fit the air grill into its housing until it clicks into
place.
To clean the dust compartment filters (40):
8. Press the dust-compartment opening button (14)
to open the dust compartment lid (15).
9. Remove the Pure Clean dust bag (36), motor
filter grill (38) and motor filter (37) from the motor
filter grill.
10. Clean the motor filter by washing it under running
water, taking care that the jet of water is not too
strong. Then gently shake water loose.
11. When cleaning the motor filter grill, remove
any dust/powder residues with a small brush. If
needed, use a damp soft cloth.
12. Fit the motor filter into the motor filter grill again,
taking care to position it gently into the special
notches.
13. Slide the motor filter grill assembly into the
special guides in the dust compartment.
14. Fit the Pure Clean dust bag using the special dust
bag support.
15. Close the dust compartment lid until it clicks into
place.
Cleaning the dust container (J)
For the routine cleaning of the dust container:
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2.
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Press the dust-compartment opening button (14)
to open the dust compartment (15) and remove
the dust container (41).
Open the lid and empty the dust container.
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6.
Remove any residual dirt by washing the dust
container under running water.
Let it dry at room temperature until all its parts
are thoroughly dry.
Close the dust container lid until it clicks into
place and replace it into the dust compartment.
Close the dust compartment lid until it clicks into
place.
Cleaning the filters (K)
version without dust bag
This model comprises two Pure Clean Hepa 13 filters.
The Pure Clean Hepa 13 filter ensures maximum
protection against allergens and high air quality,
because the air given back by the appliance is entirely
free from dust/powder residues (filtering power >
99.95 %).
To clean the Pure Clean Hepa 13 filter (31) in the
back:
1. Disassemble the air grill (33) using the opening
tab.
2. Remove the Pure Clean Hepa 13 filter by
releasing the opening tab.
3. Wash the filter under running water, taking care
that the jet of water is not too strong.
4. Hold it so that the water flows parallel to its folds.
5. Let it dry at room temperature until all of it’s parts
are thoroughly dry.
6. Re-place the Pure Clean Hepa 13 filter, paying
attention to the positions of the notches.
7. Fit the air grill into its housing until it clicks into
place.
To clean the dust compartment filters (40):
8. Press the dust-compartment opening button (14)
to open the dust compartment (15).
9. Remove the dust container (41).
10. Release the opening tab and then remove the
Pure Clean Hepa 13 filter, pre-filter (43) and filter
protection grill (42).
11. When cleaning the filter protection grill, remove
any dust/powder residues with a small brush. If
needed, use a damp soft cloth.
12. Clean the pre-filter by washing it under running
water, taking care that the jet of water is not too
strong. Allow to dry.
13. Wash the Pure Clean Hepa 13 filter under
running water, taking care that the jet of water is
not too strong.
14. Hold it so that the water flows parallel to its folds.
15. Let it dry at room temperature until all its parts
are thoroughly dry.
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16. Fit the pre-filter into the special indentation of the
Pure Clean Hepa 13 filter, locking both filters in
place using the protection grill.
17. Fit the pre-filter, Pure Clean Hepa 13 filter
and protection grille assembly onto the dust
container, paying attention to the positions of the
notches, until it clicks into place.
18. Re-place the dust container into the dust
compartment.
19. Close the dust compartment lid until it clicks into
place.
ATTACHMENTS
The attachments can either be supplied as standard
features (based on the model) or be purchased
separately from Hotpoint authorised centres.
Multi brush/Multi Deluxe brush (M/L)
The Multi brush (3) is suitable for vacuuming hard
floor and carpets on a daily basis.
The Multi Deluxe brush (1) is designed optimizing the
air flow and is especially suitable for vacuuming hard
and smooth floors as well as carpets.
Use the bristle-adjustment pedal (2) to clean:
Hard floors
Carpets
Parquet brush (N)
The Parquet brush (4) is suitable for vacuuming
delicate areas such as wooden floors. The special
natural bristles enable you to use on very delicate
surfaces without harm.
Turbo brush (O)
The Turbo brush (5), with rotating bristles, is
especially suitable for the in-depth vacuuming of
short-pile carpets and removing pet hair. The special
antibacterial treatment prevents the proliferation of
bacteria. An arrow under the brush indicates where it
can be opened for dislodging trapped objects.
Deluxe Parquet brush (P)
The Deluxe Parquet brush (7) is suitable for
vacuuming delicate and parquet floors. The brush is
equipped with very delicate rotating bristles, which
are operated by the vacuum cleaner's suction power,
and soft wheels protecting delicate floors. To clean
the plastic parts of the Deluxe Parquet brush, remove
the brush from the metal extension pipe (9) and wipe
with a dry or slightly damp soft cloth. To clean the
rotating bristles, turn the safety lock into position and
remove, then disassemble the rotating brush and
start cleaning. Remove any hairs or threads that got
entangled using scissors, taking care not to damage
the bristles.
Upholstery brush (Q)
The Upholstery brush (6) is suitable for vacuuming
surfaces such as sofas, mattresses, blankets,
cushions etc. It is equipped with rotating bristles
operated by the vacuum cleaner’s suction power that
enable you to clean in depth and remove any fur, hairs
or mites from fabrics. The protection grill prevents the
bristles from touching the surfaces to be cleaned, thus
ensuring maximum on fabrics.
Precision nozzle (R)
The precision nozzle in the attachment compartment
(29) helps you vacuum corners, crevices and other
difficult-to-reach areas.
Nozzle for delicate surfaces (S)
The nozzle for delicate surfaces (28) in the attachment
compartment (29) is suitable for vacuuming surfaces
requiring special care such as radiators, furniture etc.
Its special natural bristles enable you to use it on very
delicate surfaces without any harm.
Upholstery nozzle (T)
The upholstery nozzle is suitable for the precise
vacuuming of particular surfaces such as sofas,
mattresses, blankets, cuscions, etc.
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Old appliances must be collected separately in order to optimise the recovery and recycling of the materials they contain and reduce the impact on human health and the environment.
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should contact their local authority or retailer for information concerning
the correct disposal of their old appliance.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
The vacuum cleaner cannot
be switched on.
The full dust bag/container
indicator lights up although
it is not full yet.
Possible causes / Solutions
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The plug was not inserted or is not making contact.
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Change the dust bag. If large quantities of very fine dust/powder are
sucked up (e.g. flour, etc), the full dust bag indicator may light up
although the bag is not full yet. The reason is that the Pure Clean
dust bag is able to retain very fine dust/powder particles, thus
ensuring maximum hygiene.
Clean the dust container in models without dust bag.
Clean the filters and, if needed, replace them.
Make sure the expansion pipe, flexible hose and brush are not
blocked.
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Low suction power.
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Remote Power not working.
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Clean the filters and, if needed, replace them.
Make sure the expansion pipe, flexible hose and brush are not
blocked.
Change the dust bag. If large quantities of very fine dust/powder are
sucked up (e.g. flour, etc), the Pure Clean dust bag may become
clogged.
Clean the dust container and its filters.
Battery not charged.
The batteries were positioned incorrectly inside the battery
compartment. Position the two AAA batteries making sure of the
positive and negative poles.
Remove batteries; then position them again, making sure of the
positive and negative poles.
Electronic appliances or obstacles may be interfering or shielding
with the infrared signal.
Small electrostatic
discharges occur while
sucking up.
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If very fine dust or powders are sucked up such as flour, etc. small
electrostatic discharges could occur. When sucking up materials
previously mentioned, we advise not to use the metal extension pipe,
but only the plastic flexible hose and to set a low suction power level.
The vacuum cleaner whistles
or vibrates when in use.
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One or more attachments were assembled incorrectly. Make sure the
filters and brushes were assembled according to these instructions.
In the model with dust bag make sure that the gasket is correctly in
place too.
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The dust bag/container is full. Replace the dust bag or clean the dust
container.
Clean the filters and, if needed, replace them.
The air regulator is open. Make sure it was closed correctly.
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The brush moves with
difficulty.
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Reduce suction power, especially on carpets and fabrics in general.
Open the air regulator to reduce the “suction effect”.
The dust compartment lid
cannot be closed.
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The Pure Clean dust bag or dust container was assembled incorrectly.
Make sure it is correctly in place so that the safety lever will let you
close the dust compartment lid.
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Commission delegated regulation (EU) No 665/2013
Brand
Hotpoint
Hotpoint
Hotpoint
Model
SL D10 BPB UK
SL D10 BAB UK
SL D07 BEB UK
Energy efficiency class
C
C
A
Annual energy consumption in kWh/year, rounded
to one decimal place (1)
36
36
25,5
Carpet cleaning performance class
D
D
E
Hard floor cleaning performance class
B
B
C
Dust re-emission class
B
B
B
Sound power level in db(A)
80
80
78
Rated input power in W
1000
1000
700
(1) Indicative annual energy consumption (kWh per year), based on 50 cleaning tasks. Actual annual energy
consumption will depend on how the appliance is used.
Vacuum cleaner tested for use on both hard surface and on carpet (general purpose) and verified on the basis
of the standard Europe:
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EN 60312-1:2013, EN 60312-2:2013 for performance and energy consumption,
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EN 60335-1:2012, EN 60335-2-2:2010 + A11: 2012, for the safety and the suction power,
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EN 60704-2-1:2000 for the noise
Information pursuant to EU Regulation 666/2013.
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Trolley Power Dual UK
2014/07 ver. 3.0
Indesit Company UK Ltd
Morley Way,
Peterborough PE2 9JB
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