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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.
10 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 call Kaivac to
check.)
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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Introduction
Inspection
Carefully unpack and inspect your new KaiVac cleaning machine for shipping damage.
Each unit is tested and thoroughly inspected before shipping. For instructions regarding
any shipping damage, contact Kaivac, Inc. immediately. All returns must have a Return
Authorization Number (RAN), which is available by calling the Kaivac, Inc. Customer
Service Department.
Warnings
DO NOT operate with a frayed, worn or damaged electrical cord.
DO NOT use to pick up flammable or combustible materials.
DO NOT run the pump without water in the water tank.
DO NOT use hot water.
DO NOT remove the float shutoff.
ALWAYS test chemicals for compatibility on surfaces to be cleaned.
ALWAYS winterize your Kaivac equipment between uses if it will be exposed to freezing
temperatures.
Grounding Instructions
THE KAIVAC MUST BE GROUNDED. If it should malfunction or stop working, grounding provides a path of least resistance for the electrical current and reduces the risk of
electrical shock. The KaiVac is equipped with a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) to
further reduce danger of electric shock. It must be maintained and tested regularly. An
equipment grounding cord and plug is included with the unit. The plug must be inserted
in an appropriate outlet that has been properly installed and grounded in accordance
with all local codes and ordinances. Cutting off the ground wire or using a cord with an
ungrounded plug will void the warranty on the unit, and Kaivac, Inc. will NOT accept
responsibility for the unit.
Improper connection of the equipment grounding cord can result in the risk of electrical
shock. Ask a qualified electrician or service person to check the outlet grounding if you
are unsure. Do not modify the plug provided with the KaiVac. If it will not fit the outlet,
have a properly grounded outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
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Safety Precautions
Equipment Warning
Read all instructions to ensure safe operation of the KaiVac.
Training
Proper training is required before using the KaiVac. Contact your authorized
Kaivac distributor for training information.
Instruction placards are attached to each KaiVac and should not be removed.
These placards show proper cleaning procedures and safety precautions.
Equipment Use
Use the equipment for the purposes specified by the manufacturer. Do not use
the equipment for any other purpose.
See the S-I-M-P-L-E operation section for proper use of equipment.
Spray Gun
Never point the spray gun at people.
Prevention of Electrocution
Use the ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) with the KaiVac at all times.
Test the GFCI before each use.
Do not spray liquid from the KaiVac onto electrical outlets or on any electrical
devices.
Personal Protection
Wear gloves, eye protection and ear protection when operating the KaiVac.
Machine Integrity
Do not run the pump dry. This will void the machine warranty.
Do not run hot water through the pump. This can cause pump cavitation and will
void the warranty.
Always be sure the water tank and water line filters are clear of debris. Running
the pump with clogged filters can cause pump damage.
Replace any damaged cords before use.
Winterize Your Kaivac Equipment
Your Kaivac machinery should be winterized between uses if it is to be exposed
to freezing temperatures.
To winterize your machine:
Pour 1/2 gallon of windshield wiper fluid into the empty water tank.
Aim the spray gun into the water tank.
Run the pump and spray the gun until the fluid begins running through.
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Only use chemicals approved for use with the KaiVac. Use of non-Kaivac
chemicals may cause machine damage and will reduce warranty periods.
Turn chemical line off when not in use.
Keep the appropriate chemical MSDS on hand at all times.
Cleaning chemicals should not be put in the water tank (with the exception of
KaiDri in small amounts). Chemicals in the water tank can harm operator and
machine because:
Chemicals in the water tank must pass through the pump, which may
cause premature pump failure.
Use of chemicals in the water tank voids the warranty.
Chemicals in the water tank will be aerosolized and may harm the
operator.
Electrical
Connect to a properly grounded outlet only.
Do not pull the KaiVac by the cord or use the cord as a handle.
Do not close a door on the cord or pull the cord around sharp edges or corners.
Do not run over the cord.
Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.
Turn off the unit before unplugging.
Do not pull on the cord to unplug. Grasp the plug at the outlet and pull.
Prevention of Water Damage to Buildings
The KaiVac is to be used on water resistant building surfaces only. These include
concrete, terrazzo, ceramic tile and quarry tile.
The KaiVac may be used for stripping on vinyl composite tile floors, but daily
cleaning of resilient flooring using the KaiVac is not recommended.
Never overflow the water tank or the vacuum recovery tank.
Discontinue use if any leaks occur in the KaiVac.
CAUTION: Prior to cleaning, always inspect area to ensure that the surfaces to be
cleaned are water- safe. In addition, check for poor construction, damaged walls and
floors, missing or damaged tiles or grout, missing or insufficient caulk, and loose wall
coverings. If problems are discovered, resolve them prior to cleaning in order to avoid
any harm that may result from exposure to water or cleaning solution.
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Machine Maintenance
CAUTION
Always make sure machine is
unplugged before lifting
electric cover assembly.
Item
Floor
Squeegee
Procedure
Check condition of rubber squeegee blades and wheels on the floor tool.
Rough floor surfaces will cause the blades and wheels to wear out more
quickly. Replace as necessary.
Check spray pattern. If spray pattern will not pinpoint, clean orifice by
Spray
Gun
removing it with an Allen wrench and flushing. Replace if not pinpointing.
If nozzle becomes difficult to move from high to low pressure lubricate
nozzle with lithium grease.
Pressure
Hose
Wipe clean after each use.
Check for cuts or frays in the hose jacket, particularly at the end of the
fittings. Replace hose if cuts are found.
Check condition of filter in water tank. Clean as needed.
Water
Tank
Empty the water tank to prevent mildew and bacteria growth. Empty tank by
dipping the vacuum hose onto the water tank and transferring the water to the
vacuum tank.
Empty and flush vacuum tank.
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.
Leaks
Electrical
System
Be alert for leaks around hoses, fittings, spray wand, tanks or elsewhere.
Discontinue use until leaks are repaired.
The ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) must be tested before each use.
Electric cords must be inspected for tears or cuts in the insulation.
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Troubleshooting
CAUTION
Always make sure machine is
unplugged before lifting
electric cover assembly.
Area
Electrical
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
No power to pump or
1. Machine not plugged in.
1. Plug machine in.
vac motor.
2. Switch not “on.”
2. Check switches for “on."
3. GFCI tripped.
3. Test and reset GFCI.
4. Building circuit overloaded.
4. Check and reset circuit.
5. Switch wires loose.
5. Disconnect power and check
6. Connections loose.
for loose wire.
6. Disconnect power and check
for loose wire under panel.
Electrical burning smell.
1. Vac motor brushes worn.
1. Remove vac motor and repair.
2. Vac motor hung up.
2. Release pressure on hose
3. Pump motor hung up.
Vacuum
No/Weak vacuum.
System
and jog pump switch, or replace.
1. Vac tank full.
1. Empty vac tank.
2. Squeegee blades or wheels
2. Replace wheels or blades and
worn.
check periodically.
3. Float shutoff screen dirty.
3. Wipe off float screen to clean.
4. Float ball stuck.
4. Tap float and release/clean.
5. Damaged hose.
5. Cut and repair/replace.
6. Dump hose plug missing.
6. Contact dealer and replace.
7. Access lid not tight.
7. Tighten lid hand tight.
8. Vacuum hose plugged.
8. Flush hose to remove debris.
9. Too much liquid in vac hose.
9. Allow air in when vacuuming.
10. Vac hose still wrapped.
10. Unwrap vac hose fully.
11. Muffler plugged.
11. Remove HEPA filter and clean.
12. Leak in vac tank.
12. If repairable, clean and dry
affected area and seal with
silicone.
Moisture from exhaust.
Blow Dry
1. Vac tank full.
1. Dump vac tank.
2. Float shutoff missing.
2. Replace.
3. Excessive foam in vac tank.
3. Use defoamer.
No air flow.
1. Hose disconnected.
1. Reconnect hose.
Moisture from nozzle.
1. Water in blow hose.
1. Dry blow line.
Suction, not blow
1. Vacuum hose connected
1. Reconnect to vac motor
System
action.
DVD
No power.
to vac tank.
exhaust hose.
1. Power cord not connected
1. Plug cord into DVD player.
2. Power switch not on.
2. Turn switch on DVD player on.
No picture.
1. Screen is blank.
1. Close and re-open lid. Play.
No audio.
1. No sound from player
1. Check volume control knob.
System
(optional)
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Troubleshooting
CAUTION
Always make sure machine is
unplugged before lifting
electric cover assembly.
Area
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Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
No water from pump
1. Out of water.
1. Fill water tank.
or low pressure.
2. Gun nozzle plugged.
2. Remove orifice with Allen
3. Air in pump (vapor lock).
3. Use power prime technique.
4. Gun orifice missing.
4. Replace orifice.
5. Water tank filter plugged.
5. Clean tank and filter.
6. In-line bowl filter plugged.
6. Remove filter cover and clean.
7. Bowl filter lid loose.
7. Gently tighten bowl cover.
8. Pressure hose damaged.
8. Repair or replace.
9. Quick disconnect leaking.
9. Tighten or replace.
10. Injector plugged.
10. Remove safety cap from
System
wrench and clean.
chemical and blow small
amounts of compressed air
into line.
Bad fan pattern or
11. Pulse hose damaged.
11. Repair or replace.
12. Regulator failed.
12. Replace.
13. Hose kinked.
13. Unkink and check for damage
14. Seals in pump need replaced.
14. Remove and replace seals.
1. Debris in nozzle.
1. Remove orifice with Allen
2. Orifice damaged.
2. Remove and replace.
1. Out of chemical.
1. Refill chemical.
2. Safety cap not secure.
2. Check safety cap / tighten.
3. Chemical valve "off."
3. Check on / off valve.
4. Safety cap plugged.
4. Replace cap.
5. Spray gun in wrong mode.
5. Make sure gun nozzle is
wrench and clean.
pinpoint pattern on gun.
Chemical
Injection
System
No chemical flow.
pulled out away from gun
chemical mode.
6. Metering tip plugged.
6. Check metering tip for clog.
7. Injector plugged.
7. Remove safety cap from
chemical and blow small
amounts of compressed air
into line.
8. Air entering system.
8. Check for air entering system
9. Injector installed backwards.
9. If fluttering or pulsing sound
around chemical lines or injector.
can be heard while spraying or
when machine is running it is
possible that your injector is
in backwards. Remove
and reinstall.
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Troubleshooting
CAUTION
Always make sure machine is
unplugged before lifting
electric cover assembly.
Area
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
Chemical
Not enough chemical
1. Metering tip plugged.
1. Remove and clean.
Injection
flow.
2. Wrong metering tip.
2. Check and replace per chart.
Chemical line blows
1. Debris in injector.
1. Remove safety cap from
System
Contù¼.
chemical and blow small
off safety cap.
amounts of compressed air
into line.
Water backflows into
1. Bad seat on injector
chemical bottle.
Dump
System
1. Check injector o-ring or replace.
check valve.
2. Bad safety cap.
2. Replace safety cap.
Dump hose will not
1. Dump hose plug not removed.
1. Remove plug.
empty tank.
2. Clog in bottom of tank.
2. Tip dump contents, remove
debris.
Dump hose leaks.
1. Hose cut.
1. If leak is less than 4" from tank
2. Clamp loose.
2. Tighten hose clamp.
3. Dump plug bushing missing.
3. Replace bushing.
4. Plug missing.
4. Replace plug.
Wheels won’t roll,
1. Flat tires.
1. Inflate tires to 30 p.s.i.
or they rub.
2. Debris wrapped around axle.
2. Check for debris on axle.
3. Bearings tight.
3. Grease bearings.
4. Wheels too loose on axle.
4. Remove wheel, add washers
5. Bearings falling out.
5. Replace bearing assembly.
Floor streaks.
1. Worn blades or wheels.
1. Replace wheels and / or blades.
Squeegee head doesn’t
1. Brass ring on wand not in
1. Loosen coupling nut and re-
side, cut and reattach, or replace.
Wheels
and
Casters
to take up slack.
Squeegee
Head
easily rotate when
groove.
position head on groove.
installed on wand.
2. Coupling nut too tight.
2. Loosen 1/2 turn.
Head won’t stay on wand.
1. Coupling nut cracked.
1. Replace.
2. Brass ring worn.
2. Replace.
Premature blade wear.
1. Squeegee wheels worn.
1. Check wheels for wear / replace.
Sucks to the floor too
1. Squeegee wheels worn.
1. Check wheels for wear / replace.
tightly.
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