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Do not spray with or pick up flammable liquids, cleaning fluids,
aerosols or their vapours.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAFE USE
This appliance should only be used for domestic cleaning, as
described in this user guide. Please ensure that this guide is
fully understood before operating the appliance.
Do not run over the power cord when using your appliance or
remove the plug by pulling on the power cord.
Do not continue to use your appliance if it appears faulty.
Do not leave the appliance plugged in. Always switch off and
remove the plug from the socket after use, or before cleaning
the appliance or any maintenance task.
HOOVER service: To ensure the continued safe and efficient
operation of this appliance we recommend that any servicing
or repairs are only carried out by an authorised HOOVER service
engineer.
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.
Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
Do not stand on or wrap the cord around arms or legs when
using your appliance.
Do not use the appliance to clean animals or people.
If the power cord is damaged stop using the appliance
immediately. To avoid a safety hazard, an authorised HOOVER
service engineer must replace the power cord.
Do not position the appliance above you when cleaning the
stairs.
Keep hands, feet, loose clothing and hair away from rotating
brushes.
The Environment
The symbol on this appliance indicates that this appliance may not be treated as
household waste. Instead it must be handed over to the applicable collection point
for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. Disposal must be carried
out in accordance with local environmental regulations for waste disposal. For
more detailed information about treatment, recovery and recycling of this appliance, please
contact your local city office, your household and waste disposal service or the shop where you
purchased the appliance.
Use only attachments, consumables or spares recommended or
supplied by HOOVER.
Static electricity: some carpets can cause a small build up of static
electricity. Any static discharge is not hazardous to health.
This appliance complies with the European Directives 2006/95/EC, 2004/108/EC and
2011/65/EU.
Do not use your appliance out of doors or on any wet surface or
for wet pick up.
HOOVER Limited, Pentrebach, Merthyr Tydfil, Mid Glamorgan, CF48 4TU, UK
Do not pick up hard or sharp objects, matches, hot ashes,
cigarette ends or other similar items.
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PREPARING YOUR CLEANER
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR CLEANER
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1. Remove the accessories from the main packaging. You should find the following:
• Cleaner body
• Cleaner handle
• 3 in1 tool
• Extension tube
• Long crevice tool
• Hard Floor Nozzle **
• Parquet nozzle*
• Carpet Nozzle **
• Mini-turbo nozzle*
• Multi-function tool*
On / Off Button
Stretch flexi tube
Bin release button
Bin inlet
Bin handle
Product neck
Cord grip
3in1 tool:
Ha. Crevice Tool
Hb. Furniture Nozzle
Hc. Dusting Brush
Carry handle
Upper cord hook
Flexi tube handle
Lower cord hook
Flexi tube handle location
Electric power nozzle socket*
Blockage inspection hose
Dust bin
Airvolution unit handle
Filter pack
Filter release latch
Airvolution system
Bin empting latch
Dust container door
Hard Floor Nozzle (HF)**
W1. Hard Floor Nozzle (HF)**
W1a. Furniture protector
W1b. Locking pedal
W2. Carpet Nozzle (CA)**
Parquet nozzle*
Mini-turbo nozzle*
Multi-function tool*
2. Assemble the cleaner handle (Fig. 2a) and fix in position with the supplied screw. (Fig. 2b)
3. Secure the 3 in 1 tool to the rear of the cleaner handle. (Fig. 2c)
4. Secure the nozzle to the product. (Fig. 2d)
For models equipped with mini-turbo nozzle:*
1. The mini-turbo nozzle can be connected directly to the flexi tube handle. (fig. 4a)
2. If any blockages are encountered, please open the inspection cover. (fig. 4b)
3. Ideal to clean soft furnishings and for the pet hairs removal.
For models equipped with Multi- function tool:
• The Multi- function tool can be inserted directly onto the flexible house.
Electric power nozzle
If you have purchased the electric power nozzle as a consumable part, please follow the
below instructions for use.
The electric power nozzle should be assembled to the product neck and secured as per the
hard floor nozzle, the electrical connection must be inserted directly to the electric power
nozzle socket(Fig. 3)
Cord storage:
To store the cord after cleaning:
Wrap the cord around the two cord hooks. (Fig. 5)
NOTE: During cleaning, the cord can be clipped in the cord grip on the rear of the handle to
avoid any interference while cleaning.
AA. Electric power nozzle*
AAa. Agitator On / Off Button
AB. Rigid extension tube
AC. Long crevice tool
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** Certain models only, nozzles may vary according to model
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USING YOUR CLEANER
CLEANER MAINTENANCE
Power switch:
To switch the cleaner on, and off press the power button in the centre of the cleaner. (Fig. 6)
Emptying the Dust Container (Fig. 12)
1.Slide the bin release button downward and remove the dust bin from the cleaner.
2. Hold the container using the bin handle and pull the bin emptying latch. The dust
container door will automatically open.
3. Once empty, gently tap or shake the container to release any excess dust.
IMPORTANT - Do not fill above the max level mark shown on the bin.
Cleaner lock release:
To start cleaning, unlock the cleaner by pressing with your foot the locking pedal on the nozzle.
(Fig. 7a)
allergy and asthma sufferers:
when emptying any vacuum cleaner it is difficult to avoid exposure to dust. To minimize this
risk, please follow these instructions:
1. wrap the lower bin in a plastic bag and close the bag tightly around the dust container
before emptying.
2. Pull the bin emptying latch to empty the dust into the plastic bag. Close the bag quickly
and dispose of it immediately. (Fig. 13)
If you have purchased the electric power nozzle as a consumable part:
To start cleaning, unlock the cleaner by placing your foot on the nozzle and lower the main
body of the cleaner. (Fig. 7b)
To switch on the agitator: Press the agitator On/Off pedal. (Fig. 7c) The blue indicator light on
the pedal will come on.
The agitator will stop when the cleaner is in the parked position.
Using the flexi tube:
Remove the flexi tube from the handle location in the cleaner. (Fig. 8)
You are immediately ready to use it alone or combined with the accessories, as desired:
• 3 in1 tool (stored on board)
• Extension tube*
• Mini-turbo nozzle*
• Long crevice tool
• Multi-function tool*
The flexi tube gives you the maximum flexibility of usage. (Fig. 9)
Cleaning the washable filters (fig. 14)
1.Slide the bin release button downward and remove the dust bin from the cleaner.
2. Remove the filter pack by releasing the tab at the rear.
3.Separate the GREY foam filter from the DARK GREY HEPA filter pack using the tab provided.
Gently tap both filters against the side of a bin to release excess dust.
4. wash the GREY foam filter thoroughly under hand warm water until the water runs clean.
Remove excess water by shaking and leave to dry for 24 hours. DO NOT USE HOT WATER
OR DETERGENTS.
5. wash the DARK GREY HEPA filter thoroughly from the inside under hand warm water
until the water runs clean. Remove excess water by shaking and leave to dry for 24 hours.
When completely dry reassemble and refit filters to cleaner. DO NOT USE HOT WATER OR
DETERGENTS.
IMPORTANT - When using cleaning tools, the cleaner must be kept in the upright position, and
held.
Using your 3 in1 tool:
The 3 in1 tool (Fig. 10) is composed of:
• crevice tool to clean corners and hard to reach areas
• furniture nozzle to clean curtains and soft furnishings
• dusting brush attachment (with bristles) to clean delicate surfaces
The 3 in1 tool can be used directly on the flexi tube or combined with the additional exten
sion tube.
IMPORTANT - for optimum performance, shake off excess dust from the filters regularly.
We recommend that the GREY foam filter and the DARK GREY HEPA filter are washed every 3
MONThS.
NOTE: do not use the cleaner without filters assembled.
Cleaning the dust bin / separation unit
1. Place the bin on a flat surface and remove the filters.
2. Remove the Airvolution system by lifting the Airvolution unit handle. (fig. 15)
3. use a cloth or the dusting brush to remove excessive dust from the Airvolution unit
surface.
4. Refit the Airvolution unit into the dust bin and refit the filters.
5. Refit the dust bin to the cleaner.
NOTE: for stubborn dirt the Airvolution system can be washed, but care must be taken that it
is completely dry before refitting to the cleaner.
IMPORTANT - for optimum performance, we recommend that Airvolution system is inspected
after each empty.
Assembly the dust bin (Fig. 11):
• Dust bin to be put in the location
• To rotate the dust bin and lock into main body
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removing a blockage
1. check if the dust container is full. If so refer to “emptying the dust container’’.
2. If the dust container is empty but suction is still low:
A. If cleaning tools were in use check the cleaning tool. (The mini-turbo* nozzle can be
checked by unlocking the clip and lifting the cover to remove any blockage) (fig. 4b)
B.check the flexi tube by removing it from the hose handle location, stretching it to full
length.
C.Check the bin inlet by removing the bin and checking inside the bin inlet.
D. Remove the nozzle and check the nozzle connection.
E. Remove the blockage inspection hose and check from both sides. (fig. 16)
IMPORTANT - Switch the cleaner off and remove the plug from the electricity supply before
checking cleaner.
USER CHECKLIST
Should you have a problem with the product, complete this simple user checklist before calling
your local HOOVER service.
• Is there a working electricity supply to the cleaner? Check with another electrical product.
• Is the dust bin full or choked with fine dust? To empty the dustbin see ‘Emptying the dust
container’.
• Is the hose blocked? To clear a blockage see ‘Removing a blockage’.
• Is there a blockage in the cleaner? To clear a blockage see ‘Removing a blockage’.
• Are the filters blocked? To clean filters, see ‘cleaning the wasable filters’.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
ACCESSORIES AND NOZZLES
HOOVER spares and Consumables
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Always replace parts with genuine HOOVER spares. These are available from your local HOOVER
dealer or direct from HOOVER. When ordering parts always quote your model number.
To obtain the best performance and energy efficiency it is recommended that the correct
nozzles are used for the main cleaning operations. These nozzles are indicated in the diagrams
by the letters GP, HF or CA.
HOOVER Service
Should you require service at any time, please contact your local HOOVER Service Office.
A nozzle type GP can be used to clean both carpet and hard floor.
A nozzle type HF is suitable for use only on hard floor.
Hoover Customer Helpline Service
Should any faults occur with your cleaner during the first 12 months contact the Hoover
Customer Helpline on the number below.
Tel: 08444 995 599
Email: [email protected]
A nozzle of type CA is suitable for use only on carpet.
The other nozzles are accessories for specialist cleaning tasks and are recommended for occasional use only.
It is important to note that this vacuum cleaner is supplied with an Energy Label as required by
European Regulation (EU) 665/2013.
Quality
HOOVER’s factories have been independently assessed for quality. Our products are made using
a quality system which meets the requirements of ISO 9001.
If the label shows a red prohibition circle on the left covering the carpet symbol, then this indicates that the vacuum cleaner is not suitable use on carpets.
Your Guarantee
If the label shows a red prohibition circle on the right covering the hard floor symbol, then this
indicates that the vacuum cleaneris not suitable for use on hard floors.
The guarantee conditions for this appliance are as defined by our representative in the country
in which it is sold. Details regarding these conditions can be obtained from the dealer from
whom the appliance was purchased. The bill of sale or receipt must be produced when making
any claim under the terms of this guarantee.
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NOTE: Dust pick up ability carpet, dust pick up ability hard floor, and energy efficiency in
accord with Commission Regulations (EU) 665/2013 and (EU) 666/2013.
Subject to change without notice.
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