SC 4.100 CB Operating Instructions

SC 4.100 CB Operating Instructions
SC 4.100 CB
Operating Instructions
Before first use of the unit read these operating
instructions and act in accordance with them
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Quick reference
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Contents
General information . . . . . . . . . .
Safety instructions. . . . . . . . . . . .
Description of the appliance . . . .
Quick reference. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to use the accessories . . . .
Maintenance and care . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical specifications . . . . . . .
Customer service . . . . . . . . . . . .
Special accessories . . . . . . . . . .
Symbols on the machine
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Steam
CAUTION - Danger of scalding
CAUTION – Please read the operating instructions!
Environmental protection
Dear Customer,
Please read and comply with
these original instructions prior
to the initial operation of your appliance and
store them for later use or subsequent owners.
The packaging material can be recycled. Please do not place the packaging into the ordinary refuse for disposal, but
arrange for the proper recycling.
Old appliances contain valuable materials that can be recycled. Please
arrange for the proper recycling of old
appliances. Please dispose your old appliances using appropriate collection systems.
Notes about the ingredients (REACH)
You will find current information about the
ingredients at:
www.kaercher.com/REACH
Proper use
Scope of delivery
Use the steam cleaner only for private
households.
The appliance is intended to be used with
steam and can be used with the appropriate accessories as described in these operating instructions. You will not need any
detergent. Please adhere to the safety instructions.
The scope of delivery of your appliance is illustrated on the packaging. Check the contents of the appliance for completeness
when unpacking.
In the event of missing accessories or any
transport damage, please contact your dealer.
General information
Symbols in the operating
instructions
 Danger
Immediate danger that can cause severe
injury or even death.
몇 Warning
Possible hazardous situation that could
lead to severe injury or even death.
Caution
Possible hazardous situation that could
lead to mild injury to persons or damage to
property.
Spare parts
Use only original KÄRCHER spare parts.
You will find a list of spare parts at the end
of these operating instructions.
Warranty
The warranty terms published by the relevant sales company are applicable in each
country. We will repair potential failures of
your appliance within the warranty period
free of charge, provided that such failure is
caused by faulty material or defects in manufacturing. In the event of a warranty claim
please contact your dealer or the nearest
authorized Customer Service centre.
Please submit the proof of purchase.
(See address on the reverse)
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Safety instructions
 Danger
 The appliance may not be used in areas
where a risk of explosion is present.
 If the appliance is used in hazardous areas the corresponding safety provisions
must be observed.
 Never use the appliance in pools containing water.
 The device should not be used to clean
electrical appliances such as oven, exhaust, micro-wave, televisions, lamps,
hair-dryer, electrical heating systems,
etc.
 Check the faultless condition of the appliance and the accessories before using it. Otherwise, the appliance must
not be used. Please check in particular
the power cord, the maintenance lock,
and the steam hose.
 If the power cord is damaged, please
arrange immediately for the exchange
by an authorized customer service or a
skilled electrician.
 Please arrange for the immediate exchange of a damaged steam hose. You
may only use a steam hose that is recommended by the manufacturer (see
spare parts list for the order number).
 Never touch the mains plug and the
socket with wet hands.
 Never use the appliance to clean objects containing hazardous substances
(e.g. asbestos).
 Never touch the steam jet from a short
distance with your hands and never direct the steam jet to persons or animals
(risk of scalds).
 The maintenance lock must not be
opened during operation.
몇 Warning
 The appliance may only be connected
to an electrical supply which has been
installed in accordance with IEC 60364.
 The appliance may only be connected
to alternating current. The voltage must
correspond with the type plate on the
appliance.
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 In wet rooms, e.g. bathrooms, connect
the appliance to sockets with a series
connected RCD adapter.
 Unsuitable extension cables can be
hazardous. Only use a splashproof extension cable with a minimum section of
3x1 mm².
 The connection between power cord
and extension cable must not lie in water.
 If couplings of the power cord or extension cable are replaced the splash protection and the mechanical tightness
must be ensured.
 The operator must use the appliance
correctly. When working with the appliance, he must consider the local conditions and pay due care and attention to
other persons, in particular children,
who are nearby.
 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.
 Never leave the appliance unattended
when it is in operation.
 Be very careful while cleaning tiled
walls with sockets.
Caution
 Make sure that the power cable or extension cables are not damaged by running over, pinching, dragging or similar.
Protect the power cable from heat, oil,
and sharp edges.
 Never fill solvents, solvent-containing
liquids or undiluted acids (e.g. detergents, benzene, paint thinner, and acetone) into the water reservoir as these
substances affect the materials used on
the appliance.
 The appliance must not be carried during cleaning.
 The appliance must provide of a stable
ground.
 Use and store the unit only in accordance with the specifications in the description and/or figure.
 The steam switch must not be locked
during the operation.
 Protect the appliance from rain. Do not
store outside.
Safety devices
Caution
Safety devices protect the user and must
not be modified or bypassed.
Pressure controller
The pressure controller keeps the boiler
pressure during the operation as constant
as possible. The heating is turned off if the
maximum operating pressure of 4 bar is
reached in the boiler and is reactivated in
case of a pressure drop in the boiler due to
steam tapping.
Boiler thermostat
If, in case of a malfunction, there is no water in the boiler, the temperature in the boiler rises. The boiler thermostat turns off the
heating. Once the boiler is filled, normal operation can continue.
Safety thermostat
The safety thermostat turns off the appliance if the boiler thermostat and the pressure controller fails and the appliance
overheats in case of a malfunction. Please
contact your local KÄRCHER customer
service to arrange for the reset of the safety
thermostat.
Maintenance lock
The maintenance lock acts as a pressure
control valve at the same time. It seals the
boiler against the steam pressure that
builds up in the boiler.
If the pressure controller is defect and the
steam pressure in the boiler rises, the pressure control valve, and steam is emitted
through the maintenance lock to the outside.
Please contact your local KÄRCHER customer service before you put the appliance
into operation again.
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Description of the appliance
Quick reference
These operating instructions describe the
maximum equipment. Depending on the
model, there are differences in the scopes
of delivery (see packaging).
 Illustrations on fold-out
page!
A1 Appliance connector with cover
A2 Water reservoir
A3 Locking door for water reservoir
A4 Switch - ON/OFF
A5 Indicator lamp - heating (GREEN)
A6 Indicator lamp "water shortage" (RED)
A7 Carrying handle
A8 Holder for accessories
A9 Accessory compartment with locking door
A10 Maintenance lock
A11 Storage for mains connection cable
A12 Storage holder for floor nozzle
A13 Mains cable with mains plug
A14 Running wheels (2 ea.)
A15 Steering roller
B1 Steam gun
B2 Steam lever
B3 Unlocking button
B4 Selector switch for the steam volume
(with child protection)
B5 Steam hose
B6 Steam plug
C1 Detail nozzle
C2 Round brush
C3 Power nozzle
D1 Hand nozzle
D2 Terry cloth cover
E1 Extension tubes (two tubes)
E2 Unlocking button
F1 Floor nozzle
F2 Retaining clip
F3 Terry floor cloth
G1 Window wiper
Option
H1 Steam pressure iron
H2 Upper steam button
H3 Indicator lamp - heater (ORANGE)
H4 Lower steam button
H5 Steam lock
H6 Temperature controller
H7 Steam plug
 Illustrations on page 2
1 Fill the water reservoir up to the "MAX"
marking.
2 Insert the steam plug into the appliance
connector.
3 Plug in the main plug.
Turn on the appliance.
4 Indicator lamp "heating on" is blinking
(green)
Wait until the indicator lamp (heater)
lights up permanently.
5 Connect the accessories to the steam
gun.
The steam cleaner is ready to use.
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Operation
 Illustrations on fold-out
page!
Attaching the accessories
 Open the cover of the appliance socket.
 Tightly insert the steam plug into the appliance connector. The plug must click
into place audibly.
To disconnect: Press the cover of the
appliance connector down and disconnect the steam plug from the appliance
connector.
 Illustration
Connect the required accessories (see
Chapter "How to use the accessories“)
to the steam gun. Insert the open end of
the accessory on the steam gun and
push onto the steam gun until the unlocking button of the steam gun locks
into place.
 Illustration
Use the extension tubes if necessary.
To do so, connect one or both extension tubes to the steam gun. Insert the
required accessories on the free end of
the extension tube.
Removing the accessories
 Danger
Hot water may drip out of the accessory
parts while you are detaching them! Never
detach accessory parts while steam
streams out - risk of scalding!
 Move the selector switch for the steam
volume back (steam lever locked).
 Illustration
To detach the accessory parts, press
the unlocking button and pull the items
apart.
Filling the water reservoir
The water reservoir may be refilled at any
time.
Caution
Do not use condensation water from the
drier!
Do not fill with detergent or other additives
(for example fragrances)!
Do not use pure distilled water! Max. 50%
distilled water and 50% tap water.
Do not use collected rain water!
 Illustration
You can remove the water reservoir to fill it
or you can fill it directly on the appliance.
Directly on the appliance
 Pour water from a container into the
funnel inlet. Fill up to the "MAX" marking.
Take off water reservoir
 Pull the water reservoir straight up.
 Fill the water reservoir up to the "MAX"
marking while positioned vertically under the water tap.
 Insert the water reservoir and press
downwards until it arrests.
Turning on the appliance
 Place the unit securely on a firm surface.
 Insert the mains plug into a socket.
 Press the ON/OFFswitch to turn on the
appliance.
Indicator lamp "heating on" is blinking
(green)
Note: If there is no or not enough water in
the steam boiler, the water pump starts and
supplies water from the reservoir into the
steam boiler. The filling process may take
several minutes.
 Wait until the indicator lamp (heater)
lights up permanently.
The steam cleaner is ready to use.
Note: The appliance closes the valve every
60 seconds. This prevents the calcifying of the
appliance. There will be a slight audible click.
The steam delivery is not impaired by this.
Refilling water
In case of water shortage, the indicator
lamp "water shortage" glows red in the water reservoir and a signal can be heard.
Note: Every time there is not enough water
in the steam boiler, the pump automatically
supplies water from the water reservoir into
the steam boiler. If the water reservoir is
empty, the water pump is not able to fill the
steam boiler and the steam tapping is
blocked.
 Fill the water reservoir up to the "MAX"
marking.
Note: The water pump tries to fill the steam
boiler in short intervals. If the filling is successful, the steam tapping is released immediately, and the red indicator lamp goes
out.
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Adjusting the steam quantity
Use the selector switch for the steam volume to regulate the discharged steam. The
selector switch has three positions:
Maximum steam volume
Reduced steam volume
No steam - child protection
Note: In this lever position, the steam
lever cannot be used.
 Set selector switch to the required
steam volume.
 While operating the steam switch, always direct the steam gun at a separate
piece of cloth until the steam is emitted
evenly.
Note: The heating of the steam cleaner
is turned on in regular intervals during
the operation of the appliance in order
to maintain the pressure in the boiler at
a constant level. Then the indicator
lamp (heater) blinks green.
Turning off the appliance
 Press the ON/OFF switch to turn off the
appliance.
 Disconnect the mains plug from the
socket.
 Press the cover of the appliance connector to the bottom and disconnect the
steam plug from the appliance connector.
 Empty the residual water from the water
reservoir.
Storing the appliance
Illustration
 Store the power nozzle and the round
brush in the accessory compartment.
 Insert the manual nozzle and detail nozzle onto each extension pipe.
 Put the extension pipes into the large
accessory compartments.
 Hook the floor nozzle into the parking
position.
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 Wrap the steam hose around the extension pipes and insert the steam pistol
into the floor nozzle.
 Stow away the mains cable in the accessory holder for the mains cable.
How to use the accessories
Important application instructions
Cleaning floor surfaces
It is recommended to sweep or vacuum the
floor prior to using the steam cleaner. This
way, the floor is already cleared of dirt/
loose particles prior to the wet cleaning.
Refreshing textiles
Prior to treatment with the steam cleaner,
always check the reaction of the textiles in
an inconspicuous location: Steam at first,
then let dry and then check for colour or
shape changes.
Cleaning of coated or lacquered
surfaces
When cleaning painted or plastic-coated
surfaces, as found on kitchen and living
room furniture, doors, parquet, wax, furniture polish, plastic surfaces or paint can
come loose or stains can be created. When
cleaning these surfaces, briefly steam a
cloth and wipe the surfaces with it.
Caution
Never direct the steam jet at glued edges
as the edge band may loosen. Do not use
the steam cleaner on unsealed wooden or
parquet floors.
Cleaning of glass
In case of low outside temperatures, especially in the winter, warm up the window
pane by slightly steaming the entire glass
surface. This will prevent tensions on the
surface which might lead to glass breakage.
Then clean the window surface with the
hand nozzle and attachment. Use a squeegee to remove the water or wipe the surfaces dry.
Caution
Do not direct steam onto the sealed locations of the window frame to prevent damage.
Steam gun
Floor nozzle
You can use the steam gun without any additional accessories, e.g.:
– to remove odours and wrinkles from
hanging clothes by steaming them at a
distance of 10 to 20 cm.
– to remove dust from plants. Here, keep
a distance of 20-40 cm.
– for moist dusting, by briefly steaming
the cloth and wiping the furniture with it.
Suited for all washable walls and floor coverings, e.g. stone floors, tiles and PVC
floors. Work slowly on very dirty surfaces to
allow the steam to act on the dirt for a longer period of time.
Note: Detergent residue or care emulsions
that are still present on the surfaces to be
cleaned, can lead to smears when steam
cleaned. However, these will disappear
with repeated cleaning procedures.
 Illustration
Attach the floor cloth to the floor nozzle.
1 Fold the floor cloth the long way and
place the floor nozzle on top of it.
2 Open holding clamps.
3 Place the cloth ends into the openings.
4 Close the holding clamps.
Caution
Do not insert fingers between the clamps.
Parking the floor nozzle
 Illustration
During work breaks, hook the floor nozzle into the parking holder.
Detail nozzle
The closer this nozzle is to the contaminated area, the higher the cleaning effect, as
the temperature and the steam are highest
at the nozzle output. Especially suited for
cleaning difficult access locations, joints,
fittings, drains, sinks, toilets, blinds and
heaters. Heavy lime scale can be drenched
in vinegar prior to steam-cleaning. Let the
vinegar penetrate for about 5 minutes.
Round brush
The round brush can be installed onto the
detail nozzle as an accessory. Attached
brushes can therefore be used to remove
heavy soiling.
Caution
Not suited for the cleaning of sensitive surfaces.
 Illustration
Attach the round brush to the detail nozzle.
Power nozzle
The power nozzle can be installed onto the
detail nozzle as an accessory.
The power nozzle increases the emission
speed of the steam. Therefore, it is wellsuited for cleaning very tough dirt, blowing
out corners, grooves, etc.
 Illustration
Attach the power nozzle to the detail
nozzle according to the round brush.
Window wiper
Application:
Windows, mirrors
Glass surfaces on showers
other smooth surfaces
 Perform a fat dissolving basic cleaning
using the hand nozzle and a terry cloth
cover before using the window wiper.
 Apply steam to the glass surface from a
distance of approximately 20 cm until
the surface is moistened evenly.
 Strip the glass surface in straight lines
from the top to the bottom using the rubber lip of the window wiper. Wipe the
rubber lip and the bottom edge of the
window dry after each strip.
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Hand nozzle
Pull the terry cloth cover over the hand nozzle. Especially well-suited for small washable areas, shower stalls and mirrors.
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Steam iron
 Danger
 The steam pressure iron must not be
used if it has been dropped, shows visible signs of damage or if it leaks.
 The steam pressure iron is hot and
so is the steam jet! Point out to other
people the possible risk of being scalded or burnt. Never direct the steam jet at
people or animals (risk of scalding). Do
not touch any electrical leads or combustible objects with the hot steam
pressure iron.
몇 Warning
 The steam pressure iron and its connecting cable must be kept out of reach
of children under the age of 8 during the
heating and cooling down periods.
 The steam pressure iron must be used
and placed on a stabile surface.
Note: We recommend using the Kärcher
ironing table with active steam extraction
(2.884-933.0). This ironing table has been
designed to match your new steam cleaner. It facilitates and, thus, accelerates the
ironing process substantially. In any case,
you should use an ironing table which is
covered with a mesh-type underlay allowing the steam to pass through.
 Tightly insert the steam plug of the iron
into the appliance connector. The plug
must click into place audibly.
 Make sure that there is fresh tap water
in the boiler of the steam cleaner.
 Start-up the steam cleaner according to
the description.
 Wait until the steam cleaner is ready to
use.
Steam ironing
All fabrics can be steam ironed. Delicate
imprints or fabrics should be ironed on the
reverse or according to the manufacturer’s
specifications.
Note: For these sensitive textiles, we recommend using the KÄRCHER non-stick
ironing sole BE 6006 (Ordner no. 2.860142.0).
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 Adjust the temperature control of the
steam iron within the notched range
(•••/MAX).
 As soon as the indicator lamp of the
heater of the iron switches off, you can
start ironing.
Note: The sole plate must be hot to prevent the steam from condensing on the
sole plate and dripping onto the garment to be ironed.
 Use the top or bottom steam switch.
– Steaming at intervals: Press the
steam switch. Steam will be emitted
while the switch is pressed.
– Continuous steaming: Pull the latch
for the steam switch toward the rear until it locks in. Steam will escape continuously. To unlock, push the lock forward.
 Direct the first burst of steam at the start
of the ironing process or after ironing
breaks at a separate piece of cloth until
the steam is emitted evenly.
 You can hold the iron in an upright position to apply steam to curtains, dresses,
etc.
Dry ironing
Note: Even if you iron without steam, there
must be water in the boiler.
 Adjust the temperature of the iron according to the garment you want to iron.
• Synthetics
•• Wool, silk
••• Cotton, linen
Note: Please observe the ironing and
washing instructions in your garment.
 As soon as the indicator lamp of the
heater of the iron switches off, you can
start ironing.
Maintenance and care
 Danger
Always disconnect the mains plug and allow the steam cleaner to cool down before
performing any maintenance work.
Rinsing the steam boiler
Rinse the steam cleaner boiler at the latest
after 10 boiler fillings.
 Disconnect the mains plug from the
socket.
 Allow the steam cleaner to cool down.
 Empty the water reservoir.
 Remove the accessories from the accessory compartments.
Illustration
 Open the locking door of the accessory
compartment.
 Remove the accessories from the accessory compartment.
 Open the maintenance lock. For this,
place the open end of an extension pipe
onto the maintenance lock, lock it into
the guide and unscrew it.
 Fill the boiler with water and shake it
strongly. This dissolves lime scaling residing on the boiler bottom.
 Completely empty the steam boiler to
remove existing water (see fig. ).
Descaling the steam boiler
As limes cale builds up on the boiler walls,
we recommend to de scale the boiler in the
following intervals (RF = reservoir fillings):
Degree of hardness
I soft
II medium
III hard
IV very hard
° dH
mmol/l
RF
0- 7
7-14
14-21
>21
0-1,3
1,3-2,5
2,5-3,8
>3,8
100
90
75
50
Note: Please contact your Conservancy
Board or the local water supply company to
inquire about the hardness of your water.
 Disconnect the mains plug from the
socket.
 Allow the steam cleaner to cool down.
 Empty the water reservoir.
 Remove the accessories from the accessory compartments.
Illustration
 Open the locking door of the accessory
compartment.
 Remove the accessories from the accessory compartment.
 Open the maintenance lock. For this,
place the open end of an extension pipe
onto the maintenance lock, lock it into
the guide and unscrew it.
 Completely empty the steam boiler to
remove existing water (see fig. ).
몇 Warning
Only use products approved by KÄRCHER
to exclude any damages of the appliance.
 User the KÄRCHER decalcifier sticks
(order no. 6.295-047) to decalcify the
water. Please follow the dosing instructions on the packaging while using the
decalcifying solution.
몇 Caution
Use caution when filling and emptying the
steam cleaner. The descaling solution can
have an aggressive effect on delicate surfaces.
 Pour the descaling solution into the boiler and allow it to react for approximately
8 hours.
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몇 Warning
Do not screw the maintenance lock onto
the appliance during the decalcifying.
Do not use the steam cleaner as long as
there is decalcifying agent in the boiler.
 Completely empty the descaling solution after 8 hours. A small amount of the
solution will remain in the boiler. Therefore, you should rinse the boiler two to
three times with cold water to remove
any residues of the descaler.
 Completely empty the steam boiler to
remove existing water (see fig. ).
 Allow the storage compartment for the
mains cable to dry.
 Screw the maintenance lock in using
the extension pipe.
 Fill water reservoir (see page 9).
 The steam cleaner is ready to use.
Care of the accessories
Note: The floorcloth and the terry cloth cover have been pre-washed and can be used
immediately for working with the steam
cleaner.
 You can wash dirty floorcloths and terry
cloth covers in the washing machine at
60°C. Do not use a liquid softener as
this would affect the ability of the cloths
to pick up dirt. You may tumble dry the
cloths.
Troubleshooting
Often, failures have simple causes and you
can do the troubleshooting yourself using
the following overview. If you are in doubt
or if the failure is not listed here please contact the authorized customer service.
 Danger
Always disconnect the mains plug and allow the steam cleaner to cool down before
performing any maintenance work.
Repair works may only be performed by the
authorized customer service.
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Long heating-up time
Steam boiler is decalcified
 Descale the steam boiler.
No steam
Indicator lamp - "water shortage" blinks
red and signal sounds
No water in the water reservoir.
 Fill the water reservoir up to the "MAX"
marking.
Indicator lamp "water shortage" glows
red
No water in the steam boiler. Overheating
protection of the pump was triggered.
 Turn off the appliance.
 Fill the water reservoir
 Turn on the appliance.
Water reservoir has not been inserted properly or is calcified.
 Remove the water reservoir and rinse it.
 Insert the water reservoir and press
downwards until it arrests.
Steam lever cannot be pressed
anymore
Steam switch is secured with the lock /
child-proof lock.
 Move the selector switch for the steam
volume to the front.
Steam iron "spits out" water!
 Set the thermostat to level •••.
 Rinse or decalcify the boiler of the
steam cleaner.
After breaks during ironing, water drops
will come out of the steam pressure iron.
During longer breaks from ironing, the
steam in the steam line can condense.
 Direct the first burst of steam at a separate piece of cloth.
High water output
Steam boiler is decalcified
 Descale the steam boiler.
Technical specifications
Electrical connection
Voltage
Protection class
Protective class
Performance data
Heating output
Heating output steam
iron
Operating pressure
max.
Heating time
Steam volume
Continuous steaming
Steam push max.
Filling quantity
Water reservoir
Boiler capacity
Dimensions
Weight (without accessories)
Length
Width
Height
220-240 V
1~50/60 Hz
IPX4
I
1800 W
700 W
0,35 MPa
3 Minutes
50 g/min
110 g/min
Customer service
Australia
KÄRCHER Pty. Ltd.
40 Koornang Road
Scoresby, Victoria 3179
1800 675 714 (Free Call)
www.karcher.com.au
New Zealand
Karcher Ltd.
12 Ron Driver Place
East Tamaki, Aukland
(09) 274-4603
www.karcher.co.nz
1,0 l
0,5 l
4,2 kg
384 mm
241 mm
275 mm
Subject to technical modifications!
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Special accessories
Order number
Microfibre cloth set, bath
2.863-171
2 soft floor cloths made of plush velour,
1 abrasive cover for the hand nozzle,
1 polishing cloth for the mirrors and fixtures
Microfibre cloth set, kitchen 2.863-172
2 soft floor cloths made of plush velour,
1 soft cover made of plush velour, 1 cloth
for the streak-free cleaning of stainless
steel surfaces
Microfibre cloth set, soft floor 2.863-173
2 soft floor cloths made of velvet velour
Microfibre cloth set, soft cover2.863-174
2 soft covers made of plush velour
Terry-cloth rags
6.369-357
5 floor cloths made of cotton
Terry-cloth covers
6.370-990
5 covers made of cotton
Round brush kit
2.863-058
4 round brushes for the detail nozzle
Round brush kit with brass 2.863-061
bristles
Removal of especially stubborn dirt ideal
for insensitive surfaces.
Round brush with scraper
2.863-140
Round brush with two rows of heat-resistant bristles and a scraper. Not suitable for
sensitive surfaces.
Turbo steam brush
2.863-159
For cleaning tasks where you would usually
have to scrub.
Textile care nozzle
4.130-390
For freshening up clothes and textiles.
Wallpaper remover
2.863-062
To remove wallpaper and glue residue.
Decalcifying sticks (9 pieces) 6.295-047
Active ironing board AB 1000 2.884-933
For excellent ironing results with substantial time-saving (only for 230 V).
Steam pressure iron
2.863-209
Non-stick ironing sole
2.860-142
Suitable for ironing sensitive materials.
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