U5093940 Hoover Upright Vacuum Cleaner

Owner’s Manual
Upright Vacuum
Cleaner
English ➜ pp. 1-14
Spanish ➜ pág. 15-22
French ➜ p. 23-30
Review this manual before
operating cleaner.
Thank you for selecting a HOOVER product.
This cleaner was inspected and packaged carefully before being shipped from the
factory. If you should happen to need assistance during assembly or operation,
Visit us online at www.hoover.com to find the service outlet nearest you (click
on the “Service” button) or
Call 1-800-944-9200 for an automated referral of authorized service outlet
locations (U.S. only) or
Call 1-330-499-9499 to speak with a representative in our Consumer
Response Center.
DO NOT RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO THE STORE.
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This vacuum cleaner is a combination cleaner. It is designed for carpet and rug cleaning and may be used with cleaning tools for other tasks.
The model and serial number are located on the bottom of the cleaner. For your personal records, please enter the COMPLETE model and serial number in the spaces
provided and retain this information.
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and has serial number
It is suggested that you attach your sales receipt to this owner’s manual. Verification of
date of purchase may be required for warranty service of your HOOVER product.
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Index
Assembling Cleaner ..........................3-7
Cleaner Descriptions ............................7
How To Use
Cleaning Tools............................9-10
Upright Cleaner ............................7-9
If You Have a Problem ...................... 13
Important Safeguards.......................... 2
Lubrication ..........................................13
Maintenance
Authorized Service ...................... 14
Replacing Agitator....................12-13
Replacing Belt ..........................11-12
Replacing Headlight .................... 11
Replacing Filter Bag .................... 11
Unpacking Cleaner................................3
Warranty ..............................................14
©2001 The Hoover Company
www.hoover.com
Important Safeguards!
When using an electrical appliance, always follow
basic precautions, including the following:
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS APPLIANCE
Warning:
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury:
• Do not use outdoors or on wet surfaces.
• Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children. Do
not allow vacuum cleaner to be used as a toy or to run unattended at any time.
• Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers, feet and all parts of body away from openings,
rotating agitator and other moving parts. Do not operate cleaner in bare feet or when
wearing open toe shoes or sandals.
• Do not pick up anything that is burning or smoking, such as cigarettes, matches, or
hot ashes.
• Do not use to pick up flammable or combustible materials such as gasoline, or fine
wood sandings or use in areas where they may be present.
• Avoid picking up hard, sharp objects with the cleaner. They may damage the cleaner
and the bag.
• Always turn off this appliance before connecting or disconnecting hose.
• Do not use without dust bag or filters in place. Change bag frequently when picking
up very fine materials such as powder.
• Use extra care when cleaning on stairs.
• Do not put any object into openings. Do not use with any opening blocked; keep
free of dust, lint, hair, or anything that may reduce air flow.
• 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. Keep cord away
from heated surfaces.
• Always disconnect cord from electrical outlet before servicing the cleaner.
• Unplug cleaner when not in use. Turn off all controls before unplugging.
• Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord. Never
handle plug or appliance with wet hands.
• The use of an extension cord is not recommended.
• Do not use with damaged cord or plug. If appliance is not working as it should, has
been dropped, damaged, left outdoors, or dropped into water, take it to a Hoover
Factory Service Center or Authorized Hoover Warranty Service Dealer (Depot).
• Use vacuum cleaner only for its intended use as described in the instructions. Use
only attachments recommended by The Hoover Company; others may cause
hazards.
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1. Assembling cleanerr
It is extremely important to read and follow all
the instruction steps in order.
The assembled cleaner will look like this drawing.
If you need assistance with any step of the assembly,
Visit us on-line at www.hoover.com to find the service outlet nearest
you (click on the “Service” button) or
Call 1-800-944-9200 for an automated referral of authorized service outlet locations (U.S. only) or
Call 1-330-499-9499 to speak with a representative in our Consumer
Response Center.
This cleaner is intended for househoId use.
FRONT
Carton contents
BACK
1-1
Remove all parts from carton and identify
each item shown.
Make sure all parts, especially small items
such as F and H, are located before disposing of cardboard packing.
E
D
A. Upper handle
B. Lower handle
C. Cord
A
B
C
D. Tool rack
E. Bag compartment
F. Bracket
G.Cleaner body
H. Handle bolt and nut packet
(one extra nut included)
I. Filter bag
J. Hose and cleaning tools (some
models come with one wand, others
come with two)
3
F
H
G
J
I
1-3
1-2
A
G
B
C
D
“UP”
E
F
D
Handle assembly
Attach cord
Place upper (B) and lower (C) handle sections on a flat surface
with cord hooks (A) on top. With hands on sides of handle sections, push sections together firmly until they “click” into place.
Note: The small red tab (E) above the ON/OFF switch (F) is for
shipping purposes only and may fall off during assembly. If it
does not fall off, the tab will be removed during the final steps of
assembly.
*Do not press against the rod (D) extending from the lower handle. If the rod breaks or bends, the cleaner will not work properly. Do not push handle together with your hands on the ends
of the sections.
Turn handle over. Insert large rectangular end of cord into pocket
in bottom of handle, with side marked “UP” visible.
Make sure rectangular end is pushed into the handle as far as possible.
Slide cord protector (G) toward upper handle.
1-6
1-5
1-4
H
G
I
Rotate cord protector on
cord until you see its arrow
(H).
With arrow on cord protector pointing
toward arrow on upper handle, press
groove (I) in cord protector into slot in
upper handle.
Press cord into place at each of the three notches indicated and
note correct positioning of (G).
Do not plug cleaner in until assembly is totally complete.
Pull cord tight.
1-7
1-8
K
J
1-9
K
M
L
J
Note location of tapered rails (J) on
bracket (K) and on lower handle.
With printed side of bracket (K) facing
up, slide rails on bracket onto rails (J) on
lower handle until bracket snaps past
the lock tab (L).
Pull bracket toward bottom of handle
slightly to make sure bracket is locked
in place.
Make sure hole in bracket aligns with
hole in handle (M).
4
1-10
1-11
1-12
Push bolt into hole on lower front of handle.
If bolt will not go through hole easily,
check the following:
Place nut in recessed area at back of
handle. Hold nut in place while tightening
bolt securely with a screwdriver.
Note: Only one nut is needed on this
model. The extra nut is not required but
has been provided for your convenience.
N
Attach handle
With cord hooks to the back, place
assembled handle onto handle base of
cleaner body (N).
Rock handle side to side while pushing down firmly. Extra pushing effort
may be required.
• the bracket is properly positioned (Fig.
1-9)
• the handle is pushed completely down
(Fig. 1-10)
1-13
1-14
1-15
P
Q
O
Attach tool rack
With side of rack marked TO PF R O N T facing away from cleaner handle, pull cord
through rack and lower rack over handle
as shown. Slide rack down handle.
1-16
Continue to slide rack down until bottom of
rack is below lower cord hook (O). Snap
one side of rack then the other onto lower
handle.
Slide rack down handle until upper hooks
(P) snap into slots (Q) on handle.
1-17
1-18
R
T
S
Attach bag
compartment
Pull bag door latch forward and remove
door. Set bag door aside.
Slide large tab (R) on bottom back of bag
compartment into slot between the bracket
and the lower handle.
Note round opening and hooks (S) on
back of bag compartment. Place opening
over dirt tube (T) and align hooks with slots
in handle.
Push very firmly to snap both hooks
into handle.
Pull on bag compartment to make sure it is
completely snapped to handle.
5
Continued
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1-20
1-19
1-21
U
V
T
Attach filter bag
Align opening (U) in filter bag with dirt
tube (T) inside bag compartment.
Push bag collar firmly onto dirt tube.
Tuck top and bottom of bag into bag
compartment.
To replace bag door, insert the tabs (V)
on bottom of bag door into the slots on
bag compartment.
Make sure all edges of paper bag are
completely inside the bag compartment.
Close door.
1-23
1-22
1-24
E
Break off red tab (E) above ON-OFF
switch by pushing down on tab.
Note: If tab has come off during assembly make sure switch is in the OFF position (down) before plugging cord into an
electrical outlet.
Attach hose and tools
1-25
1-26
Place round end of hose over round
extension on bottom of rack.
Press hose firmly into rack at upper
extensions.
1-27
X
W
Insert hose connector, with latch toward
front of cleaner, into opposite side of
rack.
With smaller end toward bottom, snap
wand (W) into clips on rack. Second
wand (some models only) fits in front of
first wand and snaps into outer clips.
Position dusting brush (X) into rack as
shown.
Continued
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6
CAUTION: When cleaner is turned on,
the agitator brush roll will continue to
rotate while cleaner handle is in
upright position. Avoid tipping cleaner or setting it on furniture, fringed
area rugs or carpeted stairs during
tool use.
1-29
1-28
Z
Y
AA
Place furniture nozzle (Y) on lip on lower
part of rack and snap into place.
Slide crevice tool (Z) onto projection.
Snap into place.
Remove rectangular foam retainer (AA),
if present, (part of protective packing
material) located under the handle
release lever. Discard foam retainer.
2. How to user
Cleaner description
2-1
The assembled cleaner will look like the drawing.
1
2
2
3
15
4
16
4
5
17
14
19
2
6
18
8
13
7
12
11
10 9
1. Handle
2. Cord hooks: wrap cord around hooks for
storage. The top hook can be rotated right or left
for easy cord release.
3. Bag door latch
4. ON/OFF switch: located on side of handle.
5. Bag door
6. Stair cleaning handle: located on lower edge
of bag.
7. Handle release lever: step on lever to lower
handle to operating or low position.
8. Cleaner body
9. Nozzle control knob: slide knob to correct
setting for height of carpet being cleaned.
10. Headlight (some models only)
11. Furniture guard: helps prevent cleaner from
marking furniture.
12. Hose door: open door to connect hose to
cleaner.
13. Hood
14. Hose
15. Tool rack
16. Dusting brush
17. Wand(s)
18. Furniture nozzle
19. Crevice tool
Operate cleaner only at voltage specified on
bottom plate on bottom of cleaner.
7
To reduce the risk of electric shock, this
appliance has a polarized plug (one
blade is wider than the other). This plug
will fit in a polarized outlet only one way.
If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet,
reverse the plug. If it still does not fit,
contact a qualified electrician to install
the proper outlet. Do not change the
plug in any way.
2-3
2-2
To turn cleaner on, push switch up.
To turn cleaner off, push switch down.
Plug cord into electrical outlet.
Turn cleaner on and, with handle in
upright position, pull back on handle
until front of cleaner is lifted off the carpet. This insures that the filter bag is
inflated.
2-4
2-5
Handle positions
The handle of your cleaner has three
positions; upright for storage and when
using cleaning tools; operating for general operation on carpet and floors; low
for reaching under low furniture. Step on
handle release lever to lower handle.
2-6
A
Transporting cleaner
To move your cleaner from room to
room, put handle in upright position, tilt
cleaner back on rear wheels and push
forward.
2-7
The cleaner can also be moved by lifting
it as shown.
The cleaning of carpet and rugs takes
place at the nozzle (A).
2-8
B
C
D
When it is necessary to raise and lower
the front of the cleaner for various carpet
pile heights, slide the nozzle control (B)
knob to the correct setting.
Carpet height
adjustment
For maximum cleaning performance the
following carpet height settings are recommended.
• Low Setting 1: for bare floors
• Setting 2*: for low pile, level loop, kitchen
type, and other similar types of carpet
• Setting 3*: for very deep pile carpet
*Note: If the cleaner is difficult to push,
slide the control to the next higher setting.
For ease in sliding the control, the handle should be in the upright position (C).
The front of the cleaner will not move
into the adjusted position until the
cleaner handle is lowered to the operating position (D).
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2-9
Cleaning lightweight
rugs
To clean lightweight flexible rugs, stand
on one end of rug and move cleaner
toward other end or edge. Before reaching edge, push down on handle. This
will lift up the nozzle (front of cleaner)
and will prevent rug from clinging to
cleaner. Continue to lift up nozzle so that
when you have reached the edge, it is
completely off the rug. Move cleaner
back to start again, lower nozzle, and
use only forward strokes.
2-10
2-11
Edge cleaning
Stair cleaning
Edge cleaning is provided on both sides
of nozzle to remove dirt in carpet near
baseboards and furniture. Guide either
side of nozzle parallel to edge of carpet
or furniture.
A stair cleaning handle has been
designed for ease in using your cleaner
on stairs. With handle in operating position, place fingers under edge of stair
cleaning handle and guide cleaner with
other hand on upper handle.
As an alternative, you may use the hose
and furniture nozzle for stair cleaning.
Clean stairs from bottom to top.
When using cleaning tools, the agitator will continue to rotate.
CAUTION: To avoid personal injury or
unnecessary wear to carpet, and to
prevent the cleaner from falling, use
extra care if cleaner is placed on
stairs.
2-12
2-14
2-13
1
2
3
E
Cleaning tools
The tool set includes a hose, wand(s)*,
crevice tool, furniture nozzle and dusting
brush.
*some models include two wands
Attach hose to
cleaner
Turn cleaner OFF before attaching or
removing hose.
With cleaner handle in upright position,
open hose door and insert hose connector until locked in position. Suction will
automatically be diverted to the hose
when cleaner is turned on.
To remove hose, press latch (E) on hose
connector and pull up.
Note: Hose must be removed from hose
door when cleaning carpet and rugs to
insure proper cleaning performance.
CAUTION: Agitator continues to rotate
while cleaner handle is in upright position. Avoid tipping cleaner or setting it
on furniture, fringed area rugs, or carpeted stairs during tool use.
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4
Select proper tool
1. Dusting brush may be used for
carved furniture, table tops, books,
lamps, lighting fixtures, venetian blinds,
baseboards, shutters, and registers.
2. Furniture nozzle may be used for
upholstered furniture, draperies, tapestries, mattresses, clothing, automobile
interiors, and carpeted stairs.
3. Crevice tool may be used in tight
spaces, corners and along edges in
such places as dresser drawers, upholstered furniture, stairs, and baseboards.
4. Wand(s)* used to give extra length to
your hose. Use it with any of the above
tools.
*some models include two wands
Continued
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2-15
2-16
To clean tools
To clean the hose, wipe off dirt with a
cloth dampened in a liquid detergent.
Rinse with a damp cloth. Cleaning tools
may be washed in warm water with a
detergent. Rinse and air dry before
using.
Attach wand and
tools
The tools are attached to the hose or the
wand in the same manner.
Push tool firmly onto hose; twist tool
slightly to tighten or loosen connection.
Use cleaning tools with cleaner handle
in upright position.
3. Maintenance
The following sections are concerned
with proper maintenance of the cleaner.
Familiarize yourself with these home
maintenance tasks and keep this owner’s
manual in a convenient place where you
can refer to it when needed. Proper use
and care of your cleaner will ensure continued cleaning effectiveness.
Clearing obstructions
To check for obstructions, first turn
cleaner off and disconnect from electrical outlet; then disconnect hose
from cleaner. Open hose door and carefully remove any visible obstruction. If no
obstruction is found, check hose and
tools.
Remove obstruction. To continue using
tools, re-attach hose to cleaner. If no
obstruction is found and a problem persists, contact your Hoover Factory
Service Center or an Authorized Warranty
Service Dealer (Depot).
Where to buy
Filter bags may be purchased from your
local Authorized Hoover Dealer (Depot),
Leading Retailers, from Hoover Factor y
Service Centers, using the order form
packed with your cleaner, or through
The Hoover Company online at
www.hoover.com.
When ordering bags, be sure to give
the model number of your cleaner.
What to buy
The bag
When to replace
Check bag from time to time. It is recommended that you change the filter
bag when dirt reaches the dotted line. If
more dirt than this accumulates, your
cleaner may not operate effectively.
CAUTION: Very fine materials, such as
face powder, cornstarch, fireplace ashes
or fireplace soot, may seal the paper
bag and may cause it to burst even
though it is only partially full of dirt.
When cleaner is used to remove material
of this nature, change bag often.
For improved cleaning effectiveness,
use only Genuine HOOVER Allergen
Filtration Type A disposable bags with
your cleaner.
Regular HOOVER® Type A disposable
bags also fit your cleaner.
To assure that your cleaner operates at
peak performance, it is imperative that
you use only genuine HOOVER filter
bags distributed by The Hoover
Company. HOOVER bags can be identified by these trademarks -
®
®
Continued
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3-1
3-2
3-3
C
A
B
Changing filter bag
Disconnect cleaner from electrical
outlet.
Removing bag door
Pull bag door latch forward and remove
door from cleaner. Grasp sides of bag
collar and pull collar from tube.
Note: Do not clean out old bag and
reuse. Discard used bag.
The headlight
Installing filter bag
Align opening in new filter bag with dirt
tube (A) inside bag compartment. Push
bag collar (B) firmly onto dirt tube.
Tuck top and bottom of bag into bag compartment.
3-4
Replacing bag door
To replace bag door, insert the tabs (C) on
bottom of bag door into the slots on bag
compartment.
Make sure all edges of paper bag are
completely inside the bag compartment.
Close door.
3-5
(some models only)
What to buy This cleaner uses a 12 volt,
wedge base type 912 bulb, Hoover Part
No. 27313-101.
Remove bulb by pulling straight out of
socket; push new bulb into socket
until it locks in place.
How to replace
Disconnect cleaner from electrical outlet.
To remove hood, refer to Figs. 3-10 to
3-12.
The belt
The belt on your HOOVER cleaner causes the agitator to rotate and is important
for the effective operation of the cleaner.
The belt is located under the bottom
plate of the cleaner and should be
checked from time to time to be sure it is
in good condition.
Place hood on cleaner body and
press firmly to snap all four latches.
Pull up on hood slightly to make sure
all four latches are secured.
Push nozzle control knob back onto
front of cleaner.
3-6
3-7
B
A
A
When to replace
To check belt, remove bottom plate as
shown in “How to replace belt. Replace
belt if it is stretched, cut or broken.
What to buy
To assure effective operation, use only
genuine HOOVER belts with your cleaner. When purchasing a new belt, ask for
Hoover part No. 40201190.
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How to replace
Removing bottom plate
Disconnect cleaner from electrical
outlet.
Place handle in operating position and
turn cleaner over so bottom side is up.
To remove bottom plate, insert end of
flat screwdriver into wide area of righthand slot (A) and push handle of screwdriver to the rear.
Repeat in left-hand slot (A).
Lift extension of bottom plate (B), rotate
plate and remove from cleaner body.
Removing used belt
Remove agitator and broken agitator
belt.
(If belt is not broken but is stretched or
cut, proceed with Fig. 3-10 and pull belt
off motor pulley. Then continue with Fig.
3-8.)
3-9
3-8
3-10
E
D
C
Positioning belt and agitator
Slip agitator through new belt (with lettering toward outside of cleaner) and
position belt in belt guide (C). Push end
of belt into opening in cleaner body.
Reposition agitator making sure to align
flat sides of projection (D) on belt end of
agitator with flat sides of slot (E) in
cleaner body.
3-11
Replacing bottom plate
Place the three tabs on bottom plate into
slots in front of cleaner body. Snap bottom plate into place over agitator.
Removing hood
Remove hood by turning cleaner over
and removing nozzle control knob on
front of hood, grasp knob and pull up.
3-12
3-13
F
Positioning belt onto pulley
Place handle in operating position and
turn cleaner over.
Insert end of flat screwdriver into one of
the four slots beside an arrow on bottom
of cleaner.
Turn cleaner over and lift off hood.
For slots nearest the rear wheels, push
handle of screwdriver toward cleaner
handle; for remaining two slots, pry outward to release latches.
3-14
Stretch new belt onto motor pulley (F).
Extra effort may be required to stretch
new belt onto pulley.
Turn agitator, making sure the belt is not
pinched between agitator and cleaner
body. The belt must rotate freely inside
the belt guide.
If agitator does not turn, remove bottom
plate and reposition belt in belt guide.
The agitator
3-15
When to replace
Disconnect cleaner from electrical
outlet.
When agitator brushes are worn, the
agitator should be replaced.
Reposition hood
Replace hood and nozzle control knob.
To check condition of brushes, move
edge of card across bottom plate while
turning agitator.
To maintain cleaning effectiveness,
replace agitator if brushes do not touch
card.
Continued
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12
What to buy
3-16
The agitator may be replaced with either
a single or double row of brushes.
Single row of brushes Hoover part No. 48414-051,
Double row of brushes Hoover part No. 48414-049.
How to replace
Disconnect cleaner from electrical
outlet.
Remove hood as shown in Figs. 3-10 3-12 of “How to replace belt”.
Pull belt off motor pulley as shown
above.
Remove bottom plate as shown in Fig.
3-6 of “How to replace belt”.
Remove agitator from cleaner and discard.
Reposition belt and new agitator beginning with Fig. 3-8.
4. If you have a problem
Lubrication
This appliance was inspected thoroughly and was in good operating condition when it
was shipped from the factory. If a minor problem occurs, it usually can be solved quite
easily when the cause is found. Therefore, this check list is provided for your convenience.
The motor is equipped with bearings
which contain sufficient lubrication for
the life of the motor. The addition of
lubricant could cause damage. Do not
add lubricant to motor bearings.
The agitator is equipped with two ball
bearings that should be lubricated periodically by a Hoover Factory Service
Center or an Authorized Hoover
Warranty Service Dealer (Depot).
Problem: Cleaner won’t run
Possible cause
Possible solution
• Not firmly plugged in.
• Plug in firmly.
• No voltage in wall plug.
• Check fuse or breaker.
• Blown fuse/tripped breaker.
• Replace fuse/reset breaker.
Problem: Cleaner won’t pick up
Possible cause
Possible solution
• Broken or worn belt.
• Replace belt.
• Agitator brush roll worn.
• Replace brush roll.
• Bag full.
• Change paper bag.
• Incorrect carpet height settings.
• Move nozzle control knob to type
of carpet being cleaned.
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Problem: Cleaning tools won’t
pick up
Possible cause
Possible solution
• Hose clogged.
• Remove hose and tools; remove
obstruction.
• Hose connector inserted
incorrectly.
• Re-insert hose connector properly
(see page 9.)
Problem: Cleaner hard to push
Possible cause
Possible solution
• Incorrect carpet height settings.
• Move nozzle control knob to type
of carpet being cleaned.
Service
To obtain approved HOOVER service and
genuine HOOVER parts, locate the nearest
Hoover Factory Service Center or
Authorized Hoover Warranty Service
Dealer(Depot) by:
• checking the Yellow Pages under
“Vacuum Cleaners -Household”
OR• checking the list of Factory Service
Centers provided with this cleaner
OR• visiting our web site at
www.hoover.com OR • calling 1-800-944-9200 for an automat
ed referral of authorized service outlet
locations (U.S. only).
Do not send your cleaner to The Hoover
Company in North Canton for service, this
will only result in delay.
If further assistance is needed, contact
The Hoover Company Consumer
Response Center, North Canton, Ohio
44720
Phone: 330-499-9499.
In Canada, contact Hoover Canada,
Burlington, Ontario L7R 4A8,
Phone: 1-800-263-6376.
Always identify your cleaner by the complete model number when requesting
information or ordering parts. (The model
number appears on the bottom of the
cleaner.)
Hoover Cleaning
Performance
This Hoover Cleaning Performance
System is for comparing the relative progressive performance of Hoover
uprights only and not for comparison
with any other brands. The majority of
this rating is based upon the American
Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
Carpet Cleaning Effectiveness Test
(ASTM Test F608). Other performance
factors include Hose Power (ASTM Test
F558), Surface Litter Cleaning, Hard
Floor Cleaning, Edge Cleaning,
Cleaning Width, and Air Filtration.
Full One Year
Warranty
(Domestic Use)
Your HOOVER® appliance is warranted
in normal household use, in accordance
with the Owner’s Manual against original
defects in material and workmanship for
a period of one full year from date of purchase. This warranty provides, at no cost
to you, all labor and parts to place this
appliance in correct operating condition
during the warranted period. This warranty applies when the appliance is purchased in the United States including its
territories and possessions, or in Canada
or from a U. S. Military Exchange.
Appliances purchased elsewhere are
covered by a limited one year warranty
which covers the cost of parts only. This
warranty does not apply if the appliance
is used in a commercial or rental application.
Warranty service can only be obtained
by presenting the appliance to one of
the following authorized warranty service
outlets. Proof of purchase will be
required before service is rendered.
1. Hoover Factory Service Centers.
2. Hoover Authorized Warranty
Service Dealers (Depots)
For an automated referral of authorized service outlets in the U.S.A.,
phone 1-800-944-9200 OR visit The
Hoover Company online at
www.hoover.com.
This warranty does not cover pick up
delivery, or house calls; however, if you
mail your appliance to a Hoover Factory
Service Center for warranty service,
transportation will be paid one way.
While this warranty gives you specific
legal rights, you may also have other
rights which vary from state to state.
If further assistance is needed, or if
there are questions concerning this warranty or the availability of warranty service outlets, write or phone the
Consumer Response Center, The Hoover
Company, 101 East Maple St., North
Canton, Ohio 44720. Phone 1-330-4999499.
In Canada, contact Hoover Canada,
Burlington, Ontario L7R 4A8, 1-800-2636376.
HOOVER and
R2 6-02 U5064-/93-940
are registered trademarks
Litho USA
56511-B16
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