Kaivac 1700 Series Manual
Operator & Parts
Manual
®
KaiVac 1700 Series
1715 Serial Number 4091750 Serial Number 13409CE1750 Serial Number 497-
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REVISION SHEET
Revision Sheet
Release No.
Date
Revision Description
101513
10/15/13
Operator & Parts Manual Released
121713
12/17/13
Modified the Rotomold Warranty to 5 years.
080816
08/08/16
Modified the Safety Warnings to ETL-C requirements
NOTE: Specifications and parts are subject to change without notice
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OPERATOR & PARTS MANUAL
Page #
1.0
2.0
3.0
GETTING STARTED ...................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1
Limited Warranty Protection Plan ........................................................................... 1-1
1.2
Warranty Registration Form .................................................................................... 1-2
1.3
Safety Precautions ................................................................................................. 1-3
OPERATION ................................................................................................................... 2-1
2.1
Out of Box Setup Instructions ................................................................................. 2-1
2.2
Kaivac Tool Arrangement ....................................................................................... 2-2
2.3
Preparing Your Kaivac For Use .............................................................................. 2-3
2.4
Vac Tank Cleanout Instructions .............................................................................. 2-4
2.5
Vac Tank Removal Instructions .............................................................................. 2-5
2.6
Operating your Kaivac using S-I-M-P-L-E Process ................................................. 2-6
MAINTENANCE .............................................................................................................. 3-1
3.1
Machine Maintenance............................................................................................. 3-1
3.2
Black Box Removal Instructions ............................................................................. 3-2
3.3
Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................... 3-3
3.4
Machine Diagrams.................................................................................................. 3-6
3.5
Parts List .............................................................................................................. 3-18
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1.0 GETTING STARTED
1.0
GETTING STARTED
1.1
Limited Warranty Protection Plan
The Kaivac has been engineered and tested to provide long lasting performance. This warranty covers
defects in workmanship or materials under normal use and service from the date of purchase.
Kaivac, Inc. warrants the following components to be free from defects in materials and workmanship
for these time periods:
1.) Extended Warranty for end users who use only Kaivac chemicals for the life of the machine.

5 years on rotationally molded parts

3 years on other parts (excluding wear items)

1 year on labor
2.) Standard Warranty (for approved non-Kaivac chemicals)

1 year parts and labor
3.) Chemicals that have not been approved by Kaivac (If uncertain, please contact Kaivac to verify
your chemical before using).

No warranty
All Kaivac replacement parts are guaranteed for 90 days from the date of installation. Normal wear
items such as wheels, hoses, seals, gaskets, cords, casters, squeegees and GFCI are excluded from
warranty coverage.
All warranty claims must be accompanied by a Return Authorization Number (RAN), which is available
by calling the Kaivac, Inc. Customer Service Department. No returns will be accepted without a RAN.
This warranty does not apply to return freight costs, damage or defect caused by accident, negligence,
misuse, fire or repair done by anyone other than a Kaivac authorized repair center. In no event shall
Kaivac, Inc. be liable for incidental or consequential damages, or any damages to persons or property.
Please Note: Under no circumstances will the seller be liable for any loss, damage, expenses or
consequential damages arising in connection with the use or inability to use seller’s product. Kaivac,
Inc. reserves the right to make changes or improvements to its equipment without notice. Some states
do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. This warranty is in lieu
of any other warranty expressed or implied, including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a
particular purpose.
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1.0 GETTING STARTED
1.2
WARRANTY REGISTRATION FORM
To be completed and mailed or faxed by the customer purchasing equipment. Return this warranty card within ten days of purchase.
Purchased By:
Name: ____________________________________________ Title: _____________________________
Company: ___________________________________________________________________________
Street Address: _______________________________________________________________________
City: ____________________________________ State: ___________ Zip Code: _________________

KV1750

KV1250

KV2150

KV1715AC

KV1715

KV1215

OMNIFLEX
Pump Box

OMNIFLEX
Wet/Dry Vac
Serial Number: __________________
Type of Business




School/University
Hospital/Health Care
Contract Cleaner
Industrial


Office
Other: _____________
Intended Uses (check all that apply)




Restroom Cleaning
Floor Stripping
Kitchen Cleaning
Carpet Extraction








Cleaning Around Machines
Stairwell Cleaning
Lockers & Showers
Hallway Cleaning
Classroom Cleaning
Other: ____________
Thank you for registering for our warranty program.
Please return completed forms to:
Kaivac, Inc.
401 S. Third Street
Hamilton, OH 45011
Or Fax to: (513) 887-4601
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1.0 GETTING STARTED
1.3
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
When using an electrical appliance, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following:
CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY, READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS APPLIANCE
WARNING RISK OF ELECTROCUTION:
 Connect to a properly grounded outlet. Do not remove ground pin.
 Inspect cord before using – do not use if cord is damaged.
 Keep all connections dry and off the ground.
 Do not touch plug with wet hands.
 This product is provided with a ground fault circuit interrupter built into the power cord. If replacement of the plug or cord is
needed, use only identical replacement parts.
 Test the ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) before each use.
 Do not pull or carry by cord, use cord as a handle, close door on cord, or pull cord around sharp edges or corners. Do not
run appliance over cord.
 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.
 Use extra care when cleaning on stairs.
 Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.
 Do not spray liquid from the Kaivac onto electrical outlets or on any electrical devices.
 Turn off the unit before unplugging.
 Do not pull on the cord to unplug. Grasp the plug at the outlet and pull.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This product must be grounded. If it should malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides a path of least resistance for electric
current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This product is equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor and a
grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all
local codes and ordinances.
DANGER – Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of electrocution. Check with
a qualified electrician or service personnel if you are in doubt as to whether the outlet is properly grounded. Do not modify the plug
provided with the product – if it will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. Do not use any type of
adaptor with this product
GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTER PROTECTION
This pressure washer is provided with a ground-fault circuit-interrupter (GFCI) built into the plug of the power-supply cord. This
device provides additional protection from the risk of electric shock. Should replacement of the plug or cord become necessary,
use only identical replacement parts that include GFCI protection.
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1.3
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (CONTINUED)
EXTENSION CORDS
Use only 3-wire extension cords that have 3-prong grounding-type plugs and 3-pole cord connectors that accept the plug from the
product. Use only extension cords that are intended for outdoor use. These extension cords are identified by a marking “Acceptable
for use with outdoor appliances; store indoors while not in use.” Use only extension cords having an electrical rating not less than
the rating of the product. Do not use damaged extension cords. Examine extension cord before using and replace if damaged. Do
not abuse extension cord and do not pull on any cord to disconnect. Keep cord away from heat and sharp edges. Always disconnect the extension cord from the receptacle before disconnecting the product from the extension cord. WARNING -- To reduce the
risk of electrocution, keep all connections dry and off the ground. Do not touch plug with wet hands.
WARNING: When using this product, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following:
 Risk of injection or injury to persons – do not direct discharge stream at persons.
 INJECTION HAZARD: EQUIPMENT CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY IF THE SPRAY PERMEATES THE SKIN. DO
NOT POINT THE GUN AT ANYONE OR ANY PART OF THE BODY. IN CASE OF PERMEATION, SEEK MEDICAL
AID IMMEDIATELY;
 THIS SYSTEM IS CAPABLE OF PRODUCING 500 PSI (345 kPa). TO AVOID RUPTURE AND INJURY, DO NOT OPERATE THIS PUMP WITH COMPONENTS RATED LESS THAN 500 PSI (345 kPa) WORKING PRESSURE
(INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO SPRAY GUNS, HOSE, AND HOSE CONNECTIONS); and BEFORE SERVICING,
CLEANING, OR REMOVAL OF ANY PART, SHUT OFF POWER AND RELIEVE PRESSURE;
 To reduce the risk of injury, close supervision is necessary when a product is used near children.
 Know how to stop the product and bleed pressures quickly. Be thoroughly familiar with the controls.
 Stay alert – watch what you are doing.
 DO NOT operate the product when fatigued or under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
 Keep operating area clear of all persons.
 DO NOT overreach or stand on unstable support. Keep good footing and balance at all times.
 DO NOT use to pick up flammable or combustible materials.
 DO NOT operate without the float installed. If float is removed, reinstall by screwing back into place.
 Follow the maintenance instructions specified in the manual.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): It is recommended to wear proper personal protective equipment as required by the
chemical product label instructions used in conjunction with the Kaivac.
FOR INDOOR USE ONLY
INTENDED FOR COMMERCIAL USE
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2.0 OPERATION
2.1 OUT OF BOX SETUP INSTRUCTIONS
1
PLACARDS
Open Accessory
Box and remove
the placard and
wrap around the
Push Handles of
your Kaivac
Machine. Remove
the Tote Bag and
set aside for filling
with remaining tools
from the Accessory
Box.
2
Remove vac wand from accessory
box and attach vac wand by sliding
the sections together until the
locking pin engages as shown.
4
3
SMALL HOSE CUFF
LARGE HOSE
CUFF
After removing machine from
container, attach the plastic elbow
to the vac tank as shown above.
5
Attach vac motor hose to elbow and vac
motor inlet as shown above.
6
7
Nose
Make sure dump hose is secured
to the dump hose cap and tether.
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Remove the tools from the
accessory box and place them
in the appropriate locations as
shown above.
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Make sure vac lid is on vac
tank and place remaining
tools into tote bag and hang
on nose.
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2.0 OPERATION
2.2 KAIVAC TOOL ARRANGEMENT
Front Right View
Rear Right View
Deck Brush (CAS01A)
Brush Handle (CAS03A)
Items purchased Separately
Chemical Holder (VLJHA)
Dump Hose (DH25)
Electric Cord (CES19A)
Spray Line (PH45)
Spray Gun for
1750 & 1715
(SUBGAKW)
Chemical On/Off Valve (VA3W)
Vac Wand (OFVWGB)
Squeegee Head (CVS12S)
Squeegee Brush (VBRUSH)
Bottom View
Overhead View
Front
Vac Hose (VH25)
Slinky Hose (VHST20)
Left
Right
Window Squeegee (CAA06)
Metering Tips
(MTIPSNEW)
KaiDrain (CVS14)
Placards (PLCRD)
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HEPA Cover
(HCOVER)
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2.0 OPERATION
2.3
1.
PREPARING YOUR KAIVAC
Fill machine with clean, cool water.
2. Prepare the cleaning solution you will be
using by attaching the chemical feed line
and cap to the top of your chemical bottle
and selecting the proper metering tip. (See
placard for metering tip information)
3. Check machine for all tools and supplies
needed to complete task. See “Tool
Arrangement” in Section 2.2 of this manual.
4. If using a cleaning product that has high
foaming use a foam inhibitor to cut down on
foam. Pour 2 capfuls of inhibitor in the vac
hose with vac running to coat inside of hose.
5. Check all hoses and spray lines for damage
prior to use. If damage is found, do not
continue until proper repairs are completed.
6. Plug in machine and test GFCI (Ground
Fault Circuit Interrupter) to ensure it is
working properly. You are now ready.
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2.0 OPERATION
2.4 VAC TANK CLEANOUT INSTRUCTIONS
1
2
Disconnect dump hose and empty
contents into proper location.
After dumping is complete, remove vac lid
from vac tank.
3
4
Using pressure gun or other water source, After tank has been rinsed, lock the front caster
rinse inside of tank thoroughly.
wheels by pressing down on the locks as shown.
5
After caster wheels have been locked, tip
the machine to the left and slightly forward
to allow the remaining water to drain.
Re-attach dump hose and unlock wheels.
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2.0 OPERATION
2.5
VAC TANK REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS
1
2
Remove vac hose and vac wand
before removing vac tank.
3
4
Un-snap straps holding the vac tank to
the lid water tank upper assembly.
5
Disconnect vac inlet hose from 90
degree fitting on vac tank
Un-snap straps holding the vac tank to the
water tank lower assembly.
(2 locations - one on each side)
Slightly pull the bottom section of the
vac tank out while tipping it backwards.
Lift and pull the vac tank away from the
unit.
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2.0 OPERATION
2.6
S.I.M.P.L.E PROCESS
*Applicable to all units, KV1700 Series shown for illustration.
Add 1 cap of KaiDri
(for spot-free rinsing)
Fill with clean, cool water
Select metering tip and
insert into cap barb
Set-up
Chemicals
Inject
Fan Spray
Fan Spray
LOW Pressure Mode
Manual
Manually brush
heavily soiled
areas
Brush
Pressure
Fresh Water
wash and
rinse
Fan Spray
HIGH Pressure Mode
Loop
Extract
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3.0 MAINTENANCE
3.1
MACHINE MAINTENANCE
CAUTION
Always make sure machine is unplugged before lifting electric cover assembly
Item
Procedure
Floor

Check condition of squeegee blades and wheels on the floor tool.
Squeegee

Rough floor surfaces will cause the blades and wheels to wear out more
quickly. Replace as necessary
Spray

Check spray pattern. If spray pattern will not pinpoint, clean orifice by
removing it with an Allen wrench and flushing. Replace if needed.

If nozzle becomes difficult to move from high to low pressure lubricate
nozzle with lithium grease.
Pressure

Wipe clean after each use.
Hose

Check for cuts or frays in the hose jacket, particularly at the end of the
fittings. Replace hose if cuts are found
Water

Check condition of filter in water tank. Clean as needed.
Tank

Empty the water tank to prevent mildew and bacteria growth. Empty tank
by dipping the vacuum hose into the water tank and transferring the water
to the vacuum tank.
Vacuum Tank

Empty and flush vacuum tank.

Clean and disinfect.

Check the float shutoff screen to be sure it is not plugged up. A plugged
filter screen restricts airflow and results in reduced suction.

Be alert for leaks around hoses, fittings, spray wand, tanks or elsewhere.

Discontinue use until leaks are repaired
Gun
Leaks
Electrical System 
The ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) must be tested before each use.

Electric cord must be inspected for tears or cuts in the insulation.
Vacuum Wand

Use a wire brush or coarse brush with acid cleaner or other to remove
residue from threads on the coupling and coupling nut. Apply grease when
done.
HEPA Filter

Replace every 3-6 months depending on use
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3.0 MAINTENANCE
3.2
BLACK BOX REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS
1
2
Loosen and remove the 4 wing and
thumb bolts located at the top of the
control panel and on the left and right of
the black box mid section.
Remove all hoses, cords and tools prior
to black box removal
3
4
Tilt the black box assembly away from
the machine until it rests on the floor.
Next, remove the 2 axle strap wing bolts
on either side of the machine behind the
wheels.
Locate and disconnect the water line and
return line behind the black box on the
machine.
5
Slide assembly away from water
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3.0 MAINTENANCE
3.3 TROUBLESHOOTING
CAUTION
Area
Always make sure machine’s unplugged before lifting electric cover assembly
Problem
Plug machine in
Switch not “on’
Check switches for “on”
GFCI tripped
Test and reset GFCI
Building circuit
overloaded
Check and reset circuit
Switch wires loose
Disconnect power and check for loose
wire
Connections loose
Disconnect Power and check for loose
wire under panel
Vac motor brushes worn
Remove vac motor and repair
Vac motor hung up
Release pressure on hose and jog
vac switch, or replace
Pump motor hung up
Release pressure on hose and jog
pump switch, or replace
Vac tank full
Empty vac tank
Squeegee blades or
wheels worn
Replace wheels or blades and check
periodically
Float shutoff screen dirty
Spray off float screen to clean
Float ball stuck
Tap float and release/clean
Damaged hose
Cut and repair/replace
Dump hose plug missing
Contact dealer and replace
Access lid not tight
Tighten lid hand tight
Vacuum hose plugged
Flush hose to remove debris
Too much liquid in vac
hose
Allow air in when vacuuming
Vac hose still wrapped
Unwrap vac hose fully
Exhaust plugged
Remove HEPA filter and clean
Leak in vac tank
If repairable, clean and dry affected
area and seal with silicone
HEPA Filter clogged
Remove HEPA filter and clean
Vac tank full
Dump vac tank
Float shutoff missing
Replace
Excessive foam in vac
tank
Use defoamer
No air flow
Hose disconnected
Reconnect hose
Moisture from nozzle
Water in blow hose
Dry blow line
Suction, not blow action
Vacuum hose connected Reconnect to vac motor exhaust hose
to vac tank
Electrical
Electrical burning smell
No / Weak vacuum
Vacuum System
Moisture from
exhaust
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Solution
Machine not plugged in
No Power to pump or
vac motor
Blow Dry System
Possible Cause
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Area
Problem
No water from pump
or low pressure
High Pressure
System
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Solution
Out of Water
Fill water tank
Gun nozzle plugged
Remove orifice with Allen wrench and
clean
Air in pump (vapor lock)
Use power prime technique
Gun orifice missing
Replace orifice
Water tank filter plugged
Clean tank and filter
In - line bowl filter
plugged
Remove filter cover and clean
Bowl filter lid loose
Gently tighten bowl cover
Pressure hose damaged
Repair or replace
Quick disconnect leaking Tighten or replace
Bad fan pattern or
pinpoint pattern on
gun
Chemical Injection
System
Possible Cause
Injector plugged
Remove safety cap from chemical and
blow small amounts of compressed air
into line
Pulse hose damaged
Repair or replace
Regulator failed
Replace
Hose kinked
Unkink and check for damage
Seals in pump need replaced
Remove and replace seals
Debris in nozzle
Remove orifice with Allen wrench and
clean
Orifice damaged
Remove and replace
Out of chemical
Refill chemical
Safety cap not secure
Check safety cap / tighten
Chemical valve “off”
Check on / off valve
Safety cap plugged
Replace cap
Spray gun in wrong
mode
Make sure gun nozzle is pulled out
away from gun chemical mode
Metering tip plugged
Check metering tip for clog
Injector plugged
Remove safety cap from chemical and
blow small amounts of compressed air
into line
Air entering system
Check for air entering system around
chemical lines or injector
Injector installed backwards
If fluttering or pulsing sound can be
heard while spraying or when machine
is running it is possible that your injector is in backwards. Remove and reinstall
Kink in Chemical line
Replace Chemical line
No chemical flow
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Area
Problem
Not enough chemical
Possible Cause
Metering tip plugged
Remove and clean
Wrong metering tip
Check and replace per chart
Chemical line blows off
safety cap
Debris in injector
Remove safety cap from
chemical and blow small
amounts of compressed air
into line
Water back flows into
chemical bottle
Bad seat on injector
check valve
Check injector o - ring or replace
Bad safety cap
Replace safety cap
Chemical Injection
System continued
Dump hose will not emp- Dump hose cap not
ty tank
removed
Dump System
Dump hose leaks
Wheels and Casters
Squeegee Head
Remove cap
Clog in bottom of tank
Tip dump contents, remove
debris
Hose cut
If leak is less than 4” from
tank side, cut and reattach, or
replace
Clamp loose
Tighten hose clamp
Dump cap missing
Replace cap
Flat tires
Inflate tires to 30 p. s. i.
Debris wrapped around
axle
Check for debris on axle
Wheels won’t roll, or they
Bearings tight
Grease bearings
rub
Wheels too loose on axle Remove wheel, add washers
to take up slack
Bearings falling out
Replace bearing assembly
Floor streaks
Worn blades or wheels
Replace wheels and / or
blades
Squeegee head doesn’t
easily rotate when
installed on wand
Brass ring on wand not
in groove
Loosen coupling nut and
re-position head on groove
Coupling nut too tight
Loosen 1 / 2 turn
Head won’t stay on wand Coupling nut cracked
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Solution
Replace
Brass ring worn
Replace
Premature blade wear
Squeegee wheels worn
Check wheels for wear /
replace
Sucks to the floor too
tightly
Squeegee wheels worn
Check wheels for wear /
replace
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3.0 MAINTENANCE
3.4
VACUUM DIAGRAM
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3.0 MAINTENANCE
3.4 PUMP DIAGRAM
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3.0 MAINTENANCE
3.4 ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
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3.0 MAINTENANCE
3.4 MACHINE DIAGRAMS
CSS14
DUMP HOSE CAPS
SCCAP (tethered to
machine)
DHCAP (tethered to
hose)
[Note that Caps are
not interchangeable]
HGAS
VLJHA (includes gasket)
VLJH (no gasket)
DH25R
(Includes hose, cap
and snap stud)
VMH27A
CSS39
SUBSS11
SCCAP
(tethered to machine—see
NOTE #1 for legacy cap)
NOTE #1: DHCAP
(tethered to hose)Caps are not interchangeable
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3.4 MACHINE DIAGRAMS
KYTRAY (square)
VLJHA (round)
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3.0 MAINTENANCE
3.4 MACHINE DIAGRAMS
PCKV1A
See HEPA Assembly
page for details
BBA217 Complete
Assembly
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3.4 MACHINE DIAGRAMS
CPS38
RL1750
CPS19
CPS38
CPS14
CPS39
(CPS39V viton
o-ring)
CPS64
P217AM
Complete pump and motor assembly - PA217 (120V) PA1750240V –2 (240V)
CPS14B
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3.4 MACHINE DIAGRAMS
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3.0 MAINTENANCE
3.4 MACHINE DIAGRAMS
VEH19
CSS127
HEVM1 (120V see NOTE #1
for legacy information & NOTE
#2 for HEVM1 details)
HEVM1240V—RAW
VMASM240V—ASSEMBLY
CSS44
NOTE #1: For legacy versions, S/N 1- 5449 use
CVS01AR (2-stage) . for S/N
5450-12619 use CVM1R (1
NOTE #2: VMA1700 Vac Motor Assembly
Details Standard on; 1750-12620 and higher
and 1715-401 and higher. *1750’s and
1715’s that have the vac motor installed with
a bracket can be upgraded to this setup but
must order entire assembly #VMA1700. See
part numbers below for this assembly.
HEVM1– High Efficiency Vac Motor 120V
VMH10–Vac Motor Hose (motor to HEPA)
CSS39– Hose Clamp for HEPA Housing
VMH27A-Vac Motor Hose (motor to tank)
VBRAK4– Vac Motor Mounting Bracket
Hardware for mounting motor to bracket
CSS203– Hex head bolt
CSS27 - Nyloc nut
Hardware for mounting bracket to black
CSS07 - Hex head bolt
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HEPA HOUSING ASSEMBLY
(HEPAHA2)
4
3
2
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1
HCOVER
HEPA COVER
2
FKEEP2
HEPA FILTER KEEPER
3
HEPA
4
HEPAH2
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VA3W
NOTE #1: Recent versions have circuit breaker switches
(bubble outer-case) instead of the standard switch (RS2).
For these versions, the pump switch is P/N 5ACBS and the
vac switch is P/N 15ACBS.
SPH6
(no clear outer-case.
See NOTE #1)
SPADC– Switch plate
complete assembly
includes circuit breaker
switches and hour
meters (see NOTE #2)
SPDCSSB– Switch
plate only (for circuit
breaker switches. See
NOTE #2)
NOTE #2: The switch
plate that fits the RS2
switch is no longer
available. Must upgrade to SPDCSSB
and replace switches
with 5ACBS and
15ACBS
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HGAS
DRYVACRK Complete
Assembly
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PART NUMBER - DESCRIPTION
WATER TANK ASSEMBLY 1700 (WTA20)
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1
WTY20 - WATER TANK YELLOW 20 LBS 1700 S ASSEMBLY
CSS158 - 90 DEG BRASS 3/8 NPT X 1/2 HS.
CSS142 - 3/8 INCH BRASS HOSE BARB
MFILT - MUSHROOM FILTER
LID4 - LID WITH TETHER 4 1/4 IN
CSS17A - 8 SST SCREW 3/4
CSS11 - NO 10 X 3/4 SELF DRILLING
CFS03 - 5 IN CASTER , MOUNTING PLATE
KMB16 - 3/8 SST FLAT WASHER
CSS132 - 5/16-18X1 BUTTON HEAD
CSS133 - 5/16 SPLIT LOCK WASHER 300 SS
CSS11 - NO 10 X 3/4 SELF DRILLING
SUBSS4 - 4 IN SNAP AND STRAP
SUBSS6 - 6 IN SNAP AND STRAP
CSS158 - 90 DEG BRASS 3/8 NPT X 1/2 HS.
ST16 - SIGHT TUBE 16 INCH
CPS70 - HOSE TIE DOWN , BLACK
CSS11 - NO 10 X 3/4 SELF DRILLING
FIG8LABEL - FIGURE 8 LABEL 1-1/4 X 3-1/4
WDVTC - OMNIFLEX VAC TANK TOOL CUP
CSS88 - 1/4-20 X 3/4 SST SCREW
CSS133 - 5/16 SPLIT LOCK WASHER 300 SS
CSS205 - 9/16 EXTERNAL TOOTH LOCK WASHER
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
12
8
8
4
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
VAC TANK ASSEMBLY 1700 (VTA18)
VTY18 - VAC TANK YELLOW 18 LBS 1700 S ASSEM
KZFLOAT - FLOAT SHUT OFF
CSS144 - 1 1/4 NPT X 1 1/2 HOSE BARB
DH25 - 26” X 1.5” DUMP HOSE 2” CUFF
CSS03 - 1 9/16 - 2 1/2 HOSE CLAMP
CSS14 - 13 CLAMP , FOR TOOLS
CSS17 - NO 8 FLAT HEAD SQUARE SCREW
SUBSS11 - 11 IN SNAP AND STRAP
CSS20 - SNAP STUD
CSS147 - MALE SNAP 18-8 SS 8-32 X 1/2
CSS145 - BRASS INSERT 8-32--21/64 LONG
GR2 - KV LOGO STICKER
NFSIL - NFSI LABEL
FLAGLAB - ASSEMBLED IN AMERICA FLAG LABEL
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1
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
2
2
1
1
1
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PART NUMBER - DESCRIPTION
BLACK BOX ASSEMBLY (BBA217, BBA1750240VEU,
BBA1750240VUK, BBA1750240VAUS)
QTY
1
BB13 - BLACK BX 1700 S W/ GROMMET ASSEM
SP1750 - SERIAL PLATE 1750 SERIES
SERIALLABEL - SERIAL NUMBER LABEL
VA3W - VALVE ASSEM. 3 WAY
CPS65 - 1/2 IN CLAMP
CSS17A - 8 SST SCREW 3/4
HEPAHA2 - HEPA HOUSING ASSEMBLY
HEPALAB - HEPA WARNING LABEL
1
1
2
1
3
2
1
1
CSS07 - 5/16-18 X 1 HEX HEAD
2
PA217- PUMP ASSEM COMPLETE FOR KV1750
PA1750240V-2 - PUMP ASSY COMPLETE KV1750 240V
CSS07 - 5/16-18 X 1 HEX HEAD
PCKV1A - 22 IN. POWER CORD WITH MOLDED
1
2
1
CPS75 - CABLE CLAMP FOR EXT. CORD
CSS11 - NO 10 X 3/4 SELF DRILLING
CSS130 - RUBBER CUSHIONED STEEL LOOP
SPADC - SWITCH PANAL ASSEM DUAL CHEM.
CSS17A - 8 SST SCREW 3/4
CPS12JQC - QUICK CONNECT INJECTOR
CSS21F - SNAP GRIP HOSE CLAMP SIZE C
CSS136 - 6 NATURAL CABLE TIE
AX205 - AXLE 20.5 IN X 1/2 DIA 303 SST
AXSTRAP - AXLE STRAP
WHEEL8B - FLAT FREE TIRE 8IN 1/2 HUB
CSS40 - 1/2 DIA WASHERS
CSS72 - COTTER PIN 1/8 DIA X 11/4 LG
CSS01 - 1/2 IN PUSH CAP NUT
CSS303 - YELLOW CORD / HOSE HOOK
CSS175 - 3/4 ID X 1 3/8 OD GROMMET
PL002 - 7/8 - 1/4- 20 PLUG, EXHAUST PORT CAP
OMLAB2 - OMNIFLEX MAINTENANCE LABEL
BLADES
VMA1700R- HE 120V VMA 1700
VMASM240V - 1750 VAC MOTOR ASSEMBLY 240V
1
2
1
1
6
1
1
1
1
2
2
6
2
2
2
1
1
VAC LID, JUG HOLDER ASSEM (VLJHA)
VLJH - VAC LID , JUG HOLDER
HGAS - HEPA BLOW COVER GASKET
1
1
1
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PARTS LIST
PART NUMBER - DESCRIPTION
1750 PUMP ASSEMBLY (PA217 (110V), PA1750240V-2 (240V)
QTY
1
P217AM - PUMP SERIES 217V-110/M9253F
PUMP217240VDC - PUMP SERIES 217V-095/M11 240V
WL1750 - WATER LINE FOR 1750
RL1750 - RETURN LINE FOR 1750
CSS08 - 5/16-18 U-NUT
JWW - JUMPER WIRE WHITE 12 IN
JWB - JUMPER WIRE BLACK 12 IN
CSS127 - QUICK DISCONNECT TERMINAL
CSS64 - TIE WRAP FOR FILTERS
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
VAC MOTOR ASSEMBLY (VMA1700 (110V), VMASM240V (240V)
1
HEVM1 - HIGH EFFICIENCY 120V VAC MOTOR
HEVM1240V - HIGH EFFICIENCY VAC MOTOR 240V
1
CSS127 - QUICK DISCONNECT TERMINAL
VEH19 - VAC MOTOR EXHAUST HOSE 19 INCH
CSS39 - 1 1/16 - 2 HOSE CLAMP
CSS11 - NO 10 X 3/4 SELF DRILLING
VBRAK4 - VAC MOTOR BRKT KV1700
CSS27 - 1/4 NYLOC NUT
CSS44 - 1/4 FLAT WASHER
CSS08 - 5/16-18 U-NUT
CSS203 - HEX HEAD BOLT 1/4 20 X 1 1/4
CSS153 - 1/4-20 U NUT FOR VAC MOTOR
VMH27A - VAC MOTOR HOSE SHORT CUFF
CVS08A - BLACK 1 1/2 HOSE CUFF
3
1
1
4
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
VALVE ASSEM 3 WAY FOR KV1750 (VA3W)
CPS50A - 3 WAY BRASS VALVE WITH VITON SEAL
CPS68 - 90 DEG. 1/8 NPT MALE X
CPS65 - 1/2 IN CLAMP
SPH34 - SWITCH PANEL HOSE 34 IN
SPH6 - 6 INCH 1/4 NYLON HOSE
SPH14 - SWITCH PANAL HOSE 14 INCH
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PARTS LIST
PART NUMBER - DESCRIPTION
QTY
1700 SERIES SWITCH PANEL ASSEMBLY (SPADC)
SPDCSSB - SWITCH PNL DUALCHEM FOR BREAKER SWITCH
HMETER - SNAP IN DIGITAL HOUR METER
JWW - JUMPER WIRE WHITE 12 IN
JWB5 - JUMPER WIRE BLACK 5 IN
CSS123 - QUICK CONNECT PIGGY BACK TERM
15ACBS - 15 AMP CIRCUIT BREAKER SWITCH
5ACBS - 5 AMP CIRCUIT BREAKER SWITCH
1
STANDARD ACCESSORIES 1700 SERIES
CSS152 - 3/8-16X2 THUMB SCREW ZINC
CSS156 - 3/8 X 3/4 T THUMB SCREW YELLOW
CSS157 - 3/8 X 2 T THUMB SCREW YELLOW
KMB16 - 3/8 SST FLAT WASHER
CSS137 - 3/8 SPLIT LOCK WASHER
CES19A—50FT IN LINE GFCI 12,3 YELLOW/110V ONLY
PH45 - PRESSURE HOSE ASSEM 45 FT
UFH - UNIVERSAL FILL HOSE
SUBGAKW - PRESSURE GUN GREEN DOT
MTIPSNEW - METERING TIP PACK
CHCAPA - CHEM CAP W/SAFETY CHECK VALVE AND
SCREEN
1700ACC - 1700 SERIES ACCESSORY KIT
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2
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
6
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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QTY
1750 ACCESSORY KIT (1700ACC)
VH25 - VAC HOSE 25 FT
VHST20 - BLACK STRETCH BLACK CUFFS 20 FT
HC5 - HOSE CONNECTOR
DRWED - DOOR WEDGIE
TBAG - TOTE BAG
OFVWGB - VAC WAND W/ CLIP, STRAP & GRTBRUSH
VBRUSH - SQUEEGEE HEAD BRUSH COMPLETE
CVS12S - 14.5 SQUEEGEE HEAD WITH SS WHEELS
CVS13 - BLOW NOZZLE
CAA06 - WINDOW SQUEEGEE COMPLETE
CVS14 - KAIDRAIN GULPER TOOL
SUBBLHSST - 33 FT BLOW HOSE
MANUAL1750 - MANUAL FOR 1700 SERIES
KYQS - QUICK START CD 1700 SERIES
KTDVD - KAITUTOR TRAINING DVD DISK
PLCRD - PLACARD FOR 1200 1700 2100 UNITS
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
STF - SMART TOWEL FLYER
1
1715 ACCESSORY KIT (1715ACC)
VH25 - VAC HOSE 25 FT
VHST20 - BLACK STRETCH BLACK CUFFS 20 FT
HC5 - HOSE CONNECTOR
DRWED - DOOR WEDGIE
TBAG - TOTE BAG
OFVWGB - VAC WAND W/ CLIP, STRAP & GRTBRUSH
VBRUSH - SQUEEGEE HEAD BRUSH COMPLETE
CVS13 - BLOW NOZZLE
CAA06 - WINDOW SQUEEGEE COMPLETE
CVS14 - KAIDRAIN GULPER TOOL
SUBBLHSST - 33 FT BLOW HOSE
MANUAL1750 - MANUAL FOR 1700 SERIES
KYQS - QUICK START CD 1700 SERIES
KTDVD - KAITUTOR TRAINING DVD DISK
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PLCRD - PLACARD FOR 1200 1700 2100 UNITS
STF - SMART TOWEL FLYER
1
1
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