AEG VAMPYR 825I User manual

AEG VAMPYR 825I User manual
VAMPYR®
8251, 8281 electronic
CARAT -
Bodenstaubsauger
Cylinder vacuum cleaner
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Gebrauchsanweisung
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VAMPYR 8251, 8281 CARAT
A = Opening button for paper
dustbag compartment
B = Button for accessories compartment
C = Accessories compartment
D = On/Off button
Е = Microfilter change indicator
F =Park-System
G = Electronic power control
H = Dustbag full indicator
| = Foot-operated flex rewind button
J = Microfilter cassette
K = Micro-filter
L = Storage rail
M = Motor-protection filter
N = Paper dustbag
O = Floor cleaning head
P = Carrying handle
Q = Button for suction hose removal
R = Telescopic tube
S = Handle
T == Suction hose
U = Socket for electric,
power cleaning head
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| Contents
Description of appliance | | 16
Before using the appliance for the first time | . 18
Safety instructions for the user | 18/19
Assembling the vacuum-cleaner ready for use
Fitting suction hose and tube/s together | 20
Suction tube/Telescopic tube To 20
Connecting suction hose | - — 20
Mains connection/Flex rewind | 21
Using the floor cleaning head 8 accessory nozzles
Using the floor cleaning head 21
Accessory nozzles | - 21/22
Switching on and adjusting | |
Switching on | | — 23
Adjusting power 23
Park-System | 23
Maintenance and cleaning
Changing the paper dustbag | | | 24
Changing the micro-filter/ultra-micro-filter 25
Motor protection filter a. | - 25
Transportation and storage : 26
What do | do if... ? | 26/27
Special accessories 27/28
For the sake of the environment | | 29
AEG Service Centres in Europe a | 63
Printed on recycled paper.
AEG - putting words into action. -
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Before using the appliance for the first time
Please read all the information contained in this booklet. It gives you important in-
structions on safety, use, and maintenance of the appliance. Please keep these
- instructions in a safe place and pass them on, if necessary, to the next owner.
Safety instructions for the user
HE This appliance meets the radio interference suppression requirements of EC
Directive 82/499 EC and 87/308 EG, EN 55014/DIN VDE 0875 Part 1, as well as
the standards concerning the reverse effects of electrical appliances on the
power mains EN 60 555 Parts 1-3/DIN VDE 0838 Parts 1-3, of June 1987.
NM This appliance must only be connected to the same mains voltage as shown on
the rating plate.
M The circuit of the socket used must be protected with a fuse of at least 13 A.
E Never use the flex to pull the mains plug out of the plug socket.
№ Ро not operate the appliance if:
~ the fiex is damaged |
— the housing shows visible signs of damage.
B Avoid running over the flex with the appliance, cleaning head or electric power
cleaning head.
a Ifno paper dustbag‘ is inserted the cover cannot be closed. Please do notuse
— force!
Ш Маке sure a paper dustbag, a MICROFILTER, and a motor protection filter are
always inserted.
EH This vacuum cleaner should only be used for normal dry household dust and dirt
It must not be used on people or animals.
Keep children away from electrical appliances.
The manufacturer cannot be heid responsible for any damage caused by use or
operation of the appliance contrary to these instructions.
E Allow fitted carpets that have been shampooed to dry out completely. Never use
your vacuum cleaner to vacuum liquids, otherwise it may be damaged. There is
also a risk of an electric shock.
B Never use your appliance to vacuum matches, glowing embers, or cigarette-
ends. Avoid vacuuming hard, pointed objects, since they may damage the appli-
ance or paper dustbag. |
EH The appliance must be stored in such a way that any weather conditions cannot
— affect the appliance. The appliance must not be subjected to humidity or heat |
sources.
Hl If the flex is defective, the complete flex rewind unit should be replaced by your
AEG Service Centre or an authorised AEG Service Agent.
Ш Repairs to electrical appliances should only be carried out by a trained electri-
cian. Improper repairs may place the user at serious risk.
H If your vacuum cleaner has a fault, please contact your electrical retailer or the
AEG Service Centre direct.
Mi If the appliance is wrongly operated for a purpose other than that for which it is |
intended, no liability can be accepted for any possible damage.
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Important for users in the UK
The wires inthe mains lead of this appliance are coloured in accordance with the fol-
lowing code: |
BLUE - neutral BROWN - live a.
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond
with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, PROCEED AS
FOLLOWS:
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is
marked L or coloured RED.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is
marked N or coloured BLACK!
VERY IMPORTANT: Neither wire is to be connected to the earth terminal of a 3 pin
plug.
If a 13 amp plug is fitted, fit a 13 amp BS 1362 fuse. If any other type of plug is used,
protect with a 15 amp fuse at the distribution board.
For appliances which come with mains lead and plug moulded on: the plug mould-
ed on to the cord incorporates a fuse. For replacement use a 13 amp BS 1362 fuse.
Only ASTA approved or certified fuses should be used. The fuse cover/carrier must
be replaced in the event of changing the fuse. The plug must not be used if the fuse
cover/carrier is lost. A replacement cover/carrier must oe obtained from authorised
electrical goods retailers.
WARNING |
Should it become necessary to replace the moulded on plug then the defective plug
should be destroyed to avoid any possible shock hazard that could occur should
such a plug be inserted into a 13 amp socket elsewhere in the house.
AEG Service Locations in the United Kingdom
AEG UK Limited Head Office AEG Northern Service Centre
217 Bath Road — Unit 20, Haigh Park/Haigh Avenue
Slough, Berks. SL1 4 AW Stockport
Tel. 07 53 872506 - Gt. Manchester SK4 10R
Telex: 847541 Tel.: 061 48/2205
Telefax: 0753 512271 Telefax: 061 474 11 91
AEG Scottish Service Centre Service Appointments
Block 11, Unit 1 Bristol Tel.: 02 72 25 28 80
Dundyvan Industrial Estate (call diverted to Slough)
Coatbridge ВЕ
Lanarkshire ML5 4AQ Norfolk Tel.: 06 03 7655 15
Tel.: 02 36 44 03 87 (cal! diverted to Slough)
Telefax: 02 36 44 02 56
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Assembling the vacuum-cleaner ready for use
The hose, tubes and accessories can be fitted together by pushing and wisting, and
taken apart by twisting and pulling.
Fitting the suction hose and suction tube together
Push the tube end ofthe hose firmly into the suction
tube.
Adjusting the telescopic tube
Slide the button on the tube downwards and setthe
‘tube atthe most convenient length for working with.
‘When the button is released the telescopic tube is
engaged in the position you require.
Connecting the suction hose
Insert the hose holder into the suction opening.
When the hose is to be disconnected from the
‘appliance, press the release button and pull the
hose holder out of the suction opening.
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Mains connection/Flex rewind
The mains cable is located in the cable compart-
ment. Press the foot button for the cable, and pull
the cable out. Insert the plug into the socket.
out of the socket. Press the flex rewind button and
the cable rewinds automatically.
Using the cleaning head and accessory nozzles
The cleaning head and nozzles are attached to the suction tube by pushing and
twisting, and taken apart again by twisting and pulling.
Using the fioor cleaning head
For care of carpets and hard floors, the cleaning
your foot:
for carpets
— Symbol for carpet, brush withdrawn
for hard floors
= Symbol for hard floor, brush extended
For other optinal extra floor cleaning heads see
Special Accessories.
Accessory Nozzles - Furniture Brush, Crevice and Upholstery Nozzles
The integrated accessories compartment contains
- 3 nozzles- a furniture brush, a crevice nozzle anda
upholstery nozzle. Open the compartment by
pressing lightly on the cover as shown in the illus-
tration.
Atthe end of vacuuming switch offand puilthe plug
head can be adjusted to suit the type of floor with
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Dusting Brush with swivel joint
pry | For gentie vacuuming of delicate fabrics and
€ J, objects, i.e. curtains, furniture, books, pictures etc.
NN (Л Storage in the tool compartment: only possible in
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to the tube).
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Crevice Nozzle
For vacuuming in those normally inaccessible
places i.e. reaching cobwebs, or down the side of a
sofa!
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Upholstery Nozzle
thread collectors help to pick up the threads and
fluff.
The crevice and upholstery nozzles can be attached to the suctions tubes as well as
the handle of the suctions hose. |
For vacuuming upholstery, mattresses, etc. The
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Switching on and adjusting
Switching on
© Press the On/Off-button to switch the vacuum cleaner on or off.
Adjusting power - rotating/sliding regulator
The vacuuming power can be adjusted to suit any situation with the electronic power
Park-System
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250 W = For delicate fabrics, e.g. net curtains
500 W = For upholstery
650 W = Economy setting for light to normally soiled carpets
750 W = For non-fitted carpets (mats and rugs)
max = For hard floors and heavily soiled carpets
For short breaks during vacuuming, use the park
rajl to support the suction hose and cleaning head.
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Maintenance and cleaning
Before the appliance is cleaned or maintenance in carried and it has to be switched
off and unplugged from the mains supply.
~ Changing the paper dustbag
Switch off and pull out the mains plug before
changing the dustbag.
Changing the paper dustbag is necessary when
10 the red dustbag full indicator shows. We recom-
mend changing the dustbag even when it does not
appear to be full, this could indicate that there is a
“high proportion of very fine dust present.
Open the cover by pressing the button, and lifting it
up until it snaps into place.
full dustbag, you automatically cover the opening
by pulling onthe closure tag. You may have to over-
come a slight resistance as you pull.
Full dustbags can be disposed of with the normal
household rubbish.
Push the new dustbag into the guide rails as far as it will.go, only then will the cover
close. If no dustbag is inserted the cover cannot be shut. Please do not use force!
Paper dustbag sizes
Please use original AEG dustbags, Size 23, ordustbags which сапуйе AEG Quality
Seal. They are available from electrical retailers under the order-number
E 618 899 683, or from the AEG Service Centre under ET-No. 668 901263. Damage
resulting from the use of any other dustbag is not covered by the Guarantee.
Hygienic dustbag change: when you take out the
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Changing the micro-filter/ultra-micro-filter _
Switch off and pull out the mains plug before changing the micro-fifter. |
Changing the micro-filter/ultra-micro-filter is- necessary: *
For appliances with no micro-filter indicator - when the dustbag full indicator
lights up, even when a clean dustbag has been inserted, with the appliance switched
on, hold the head/nozzle upwards or off the floor, ifthe light remains on, this indicates
the micro-filter should be changed. We recommend changing the microfilter with
every fifth bag.
For appliances with micro-filter indicator — when this comes on.
1 1 | ] | Thecassette can be opened by pressing the micro-
^ $ 1 : filter button. Take out the cassette in the direction of
the arrow and empty the micro-filter over a dustbin
— this avoids you touching the dirty microfilter.
T T Г Insert the new micro-filter into the cassette as
shown in the illustration, push it back in parallel to
— @ the floor, and snap the cover shut.
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Motor protection filter
The motor protection filter is a permanent filter and does not have to be changed
regularly. Exception: if it has been damaged. See “What to do if ...”.
Cleaning
The cleaner housing and dustbag compartment can be cleaned with a damp cloth
and then wiped dry with a soft cloth. Do not use any abrasives or solvents. The under-
side of the cleaner head can be cleaned with the crevice nozzle from time to time.
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Transportation and storage |
ance, siide the floor cleaning head or the
ROTOSOFT 1000 Turbo-brush into the storage rail.
What to do when... |
..the motor protection is activated?
When the paper dustbag is full or blocked or any of the accessories are blocked the
~over-heating protection for the motor is activated. Switch off and unplug the vacuum
cleaner and allow the motor to cool down. |
Checkthe paper dustbag and accessories and remove any blockages. The cleaner
can be switcned on again after 30 minutes. |
..the fuse blows or trips?
If you connect other electrical appliances with a high wattage to the same mains cir-
cuit and use them at the same time as the vacuum cleaner, this can trip the fuse.
This can be avoided if you set the electronic power control to 250 W before you
switch on, and only select a higher output level after switching on.
..the thread-collectors are worn out?
If the thread-collectors (B) at the suction opening
are worn out or stuck together, you can fit ones.
They can be ordered from the AEG Service Centre
under the ET-No. 668 900 560. |
..the wheels of the floor cleaning head are
hard to move?
Remove any hairs or threads which have become
or A wrapped round the axle of the roller. The wheels
[16 | a can be removed for cleaning. Pull roller (A) as ilius-
trated. Remove hairs and threads. When replacing
it, the semi-circular axle-head must point inwards. If the roller axle is inserted wrong
way round the swivel joint could suffer damage.
For easier storage and for transporting the appli-
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.. the paper dustbag has been damaged and there i is dirti in the motor protec-
tion filter?
Remove the motor protection filter, clean it (by
shaking the dirt out), and re-insert it.
.. the lid comes out of the hinge?
If the lid of the vacuum cleaner has been opened
too far, beyond the stop, and comes out of the
hinge, place it back on the housing and press it
down until it clicks into place.
Special accessories
ROTOSOFT 1000 turbo-brush
Я The ROTOSOFT 1000 makes the care of carpets
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brush gentiy loosens shortpile carpets v where the
dirt has been trodden in.
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and hard floors easier. The rotary motion of its
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ROTOSOFT electric cleaning head
For all AEG vacuum-cleaners with socket. For
cleaning difficult carpet conditions.
This cleaning head deals very effectively with diffi-
cult carpet conditions. Its rotating brush picks up
trodden-in dirt and straightens the carpet pile.
For use on parquet, tiled and hard fioors.
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For the sake of the environment
Please do not simply throw away he packaging material, or old appliancesthathave
served their time.
Appliance packaging:
M The cardboard carton can be sent to the waste-paper collection.
HB The polyethylene plastic bag can go to the plastic collection-point for recycling.
Recycling the appliance at the end of its life:
M The plastic parts are identified with numbers so thatthey can be sent for recycling
when the appliance is taken out of service.
Please ask your municipal authority where the local recycling collection-points are. -
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Garantiebedingungen
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Händiers aus Kaufvertrag - dem Endab-
nehmer gegenüber zu den nachstehen-
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beginnt mit dem Zeitpunkt der Über-
gabe des Geräts, der durch Rechnung
oder andere Unterlagen zu belegen ist.
Die Garantiezeit ist auf 6 Monate
beschränkt, wenn das Gerät gewerb-
lich genutzt wird,
2. Die Garantie umfaßt die Behebung aller
innerhalb der Garantiezeit auftreten-
den Schäden oder Mängel des Geräts,
die nachweislich auf Material- oder
Fertigungsfehlern beruhen. Nicht unter
die Garantie fallen Schäden oder Män-
gel aus nicht vorschriftsmäßigem An-
schluß, unsachgemäßer Handhabung
sowie Nichtbeachtung der Gebrauchs-
anweisungen. ;
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dem autorisierten Fachhandel über-
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Bei Einsendung des Geräts an die für
Sie zuständige Kundendienststelle ist
daraufzu achten, daß das Gerät gut ver-
packt, mit vollständigem Absender und
— soweit möglich — mit einer kurzen
Fehlerbeschreibung versehen wird.
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noch einen Neubeginn der Garantie-
zeit. Ausgewechselte Teile gehen in
unser Eigentum über.
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Guarantee
This appliance is covered by the following
quarantee and is in addition to your statu-
tory and other legal rights. All components
which fail due to defective manufacture will
be repaired or replaced free of charge fora
period of 12 months from the date of pur-
chase. We will not accept claims if unau-
thorised modification is made or if non-
standard components are used. The
appliance must be used in accordance
with the operating instructions and the
guarantee does not cover any damage
caused during transit or through misuse.
. In order to establish the date of purchase,
advice note or similar document must be
produced whenever the guarantee is
claimed.
Garantie
Pour toute mise en œuvre de garantie ou
de service après vente, vous devez vous
adresser à votre vendeur.
AEG assure au vendeur ie remplacement
gratuit des pièces détachées nécessaires
à la réparation pendant 1 an, à partir de la
date de votre facture, sauf en cas de non
respect des prescriptions d'utillsation ou
lorsqu'une cause étrangère à l'appareil
est responsable de ia défaillance.
Les dispositions stipulées ci-dessus ne
sont pas exclusives du bénéfice au profit
de l'acheteur de la garantie légale pour
défaut et vice cachés qui s'applique, en
tout état de cause, dans les conditions des
articles 1641 et suivants, du code civil.
Garantie
AEG Nederland N.V.neemt voor reparaties
binnen de garantietermijn — voor zover de
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en/of konstruktiefouten - de kosten op
zich voor materiaal en arbeitsloon.
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De garantie bedraagt 12 maanden en gaat
in op de dag van aankoop.Wanneergaran-
tle wordt verlangd, dient de faktuur van
aankoop te worden overlegd. De garantie-
termijn wordt door reparaties niet ver-
lengd. Buiten elke garantieverpflichting
vallen losse onderdelen van glas en/of
kunststof. Alle overige kosten, zoals voor-
rijdkosten, kosten van opzending en
administratie, zijn voor rekening van de ei-
genaar.
Garanzia
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gono fornite gratuitamente dall'AEG le
parti di ricambio riconosciute difettose.La
garanzia ha Inizio con il giorno delrac-
quisto che deve venir comprovato a mezzo
della fattura o boletta di consegna. Per il
resto valgono le condizioni generali di for-
nitura della rispettiva rappresentanza
nazionale.
— Garantia
Durante los primeros 12 meses, la AEG se
hace cargo de cuantos costes de material
y horas de trabajos invertidas se produz-
can en la subsanación de defectos. La
garantia empieza a regira partir de la fecha
de la entrega, la que deberá justificarse
mediante presentación de la factura o de
la nota de depacho. Por lo demás serán de
aplicación las condiciones generales de
venta se gun rigen en el respectivo pais de
nuestra representación.
Garantie
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