LG | V-C7050NTB | LG V-C7050NTB Owner’s Manual

Table of contents
Information for your
How to
use
the
How to
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head and
the dust chamber
Operation
Adjusting
cleaner
cleaning
Emptying
Accessory
the power level
plug
in and
use
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the motor filter / Air Cleaner
Cleaning
the dust chamber
Cleaning
the exhaust filters
guide
Features
Cleaning
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Cleaning
User's
Nozzles
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Park-System
for sani
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punch
vacuum
nozzle
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Vacuum Nozzle for
What to do if your
appliance
What to do when the suction
2
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Assembling
Using
safety
Bedding
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does not work
performance
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reduces?
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4
4
6
8
9
9
9
9
10
11
11
12
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14
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Information for your
safety
Please read all the
following information, which contains important instructions for the safety,
appliance.
This appliance complies with the following EC Directives: -73/23/EEC,
93/68/EEC-Low Voltage Directive-89/336EEC -EMC Directive.
Never allow children to use the appliance unsupervised.
Do not use the appliance If the mains lead is damaged or faulty.
If the mains lead is damaged, it must be replaced by an approved LG Electronics Service Agent
Always switch the vacuum cleaner off before:
Emptying the dust chamber.
Cleaning or changing the filters.
Do not vacuum flammable or explosive substances(liquids or gases).
Do not vacuum hot ash, embers etc. nor sharp objects.
Do not vacuum water or other liquids.
When you vacuum with an attachment appliance that has a rotating brush roller:
Do not reach into the running brush roller.
the
use
and the maintenance of the
to avoid
a
hazard.
?
?
?
Important
for
users
in the UK.
The wires in the mains lead of this
BLUE-neutral
appliance
BROWN
-
are
coloured in accordance with the
following
code:
live
VERY IMPORTANT:
Neither wire is to be connected to the earth terminal of
If any other
For
type of plug is used, protect with
a
a
3
pin plug.
If
a
13 amp
plug
is
fitted, fit
a
13 amp BS 1362 fuse.
15 amp fuse at the distribution board.
appliances which come with mains lead and plug moulded on: the plug
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.
moulded
on
to the cord
incorporates
a
fuse.
For
3
How to
Fit the
use Assembling
large cleaning
Cleaner
head onto the end of the tube.
2
1
Nozzle outlet
1
The 2
Push
position
telescopic
nozzle outlet.
4
head
tube into
2
Telescopic
Push
tube
telescopic
tube into hose
handle until catch clicks.
Attachment Point
3
Button
Head
Flexible Hose
3
Connecting
the flexible hose
Push the end of the head
into the attachment
To
remove
pull
on
on
the flexible hose
the
vacuum
the flexible hose from the
cleaner, press
then
point
on
the button situated
cleaner.
vacuum
on
the
head,
forward.
5
How to
use Using the cleaning
the accessory
Open
Fit the
cleaning
cover
and
pull
head and
Accessory
Nozzles
out accessory you want.
head onto the end of the tube.
2
1
3
1
Nozzle
Upholstery
Dusting
brush & Crevice Tool
frames, furniture outlines, books and other
mattresses, etc.
uneven
The thread collectors
Crevice Tool is for
to
pick
up
the threads and fluff.
Dusting
Brush is for
3
Upholstery Nozzle is for
vacuuming upholstery,
help
6
2
Brush is for
vacuuming picture
objects.
vacuuming in those
normally inaccessible places i.e.
reaching cobwebs, or down the side of
Brush
a
sofa!
motor filter.
cleaning
(Air cleaner)
1
2
3
4
5
6
Spring
Head
4
latch
6
5
Pedal
4
Large cleaning
?
head
5
The 2
position heads equipped
pedal which allows you to alter
position according to the type of
with
its
a
Sani
punch
(Optional)
Refer to
Page
nozzle
12~14.
6
Adjusting the telescopic
tube length
Telescopic
tube
?
Pull out tube to
required length.
?
Release
latch.
spring
floor to be cleaned.
?
?
Hard floor position
(tiles, parquets floor)
Press the pedal to lower brush.
Carpet or rug position
Press the pedal to lift the brush
up.
7
How to
use Emptying
the dust chamber
Button
dust chamber
The dust chamber needs
reaches
emptying
MAX, which is marked
on
when the dust
the dust chamber.
?
Turn off the
?
Your
appliance and unplug it.
appliance is equipped with both
the dust chamber
and the motor filter.
Press the button of the
?
cover
and
into the tank mount until it will go
8
pull
the dust chamber forward.
Remove the dust chamber cap and empty the dust chamber.
To refit the dust chamber, push the dust chamber
no
further.
Operation
Switch button
Regulator
2
1
3
FLOOR
MAX
CARPET
SOFA
CURTAIN
OFF
MIN
Cord reel button
1
Adjusting
?
the power level
Adjust power with the power
control switch in the handle.
2
How to
?
plug
length
and
plug
3
Park
?
into
System
For pausing while vacuuming, for
example to move a small piece of
the socket.
furniture
Press switch button to start the
system
vacuum
?
use
Pull out the mains lead to
the desired
?
in and
To
cleaner.
stop it, press the switch button
again.
and
-
or a
to
rug,
use
the Park
support the flexible hose
cleaning
head.
Slide the hook attached to the
cleaning
rear
head into the slot
of the
on
large
the
appliance.
9
How to
use Cleaning
the motor filter/Air cleaner
The motor filter is situated under the tank cap and does
not need to be changed.
Each time the
light
on, clean the motor filter with
comes
water and brush and then
replace
it in the
vacuum
Press the button of
cover
and
pull
the dust chamber
forward.
?
?
Open the tank cap.
Separate the motor
?
Dry
motor filter at least
10
by rotaing
it counter-clockwise.
Clean the motor filter with the brush under
a
parts separately under
day.Even
once
if the
light
every 6 months.
a
running tap.
is not on, wash
a
cold
running tap
until the
use
detergent
or a
washing
machine
or
dishwasher.
Your filter may discolour with use, however this will not affect its
filtration efficiency.Shake off excess water from the filter.
Do not
filter
?
it in shade for
rinse both
water runsclear.
Do not
cleaner.
?
WARNING!
Gently
tumble/spindry, microwave or place in oven or on direct heat.
completely dry.
Re-assemble and place it back in your machine, filter frame.
If the filter is damaged, do not place them in the machine.
Please call the Helpline.
Ensure the filter is
Cleaning
Cleaning
the dust chamber
the exhaust filters
Plate
dust chamber
2
1
Filter
cover
Wheel
3
Tank cap
1
Open
the tank cap.
2
Remove two
plates
from
?
the dust chamber.
?
The exhaust filter is
so
you
can use
To
change
cover on
Gently
under
parts with soft material.
parts
cold running tap.
rinse both
a
washable HEPA filter.
the filter
cover
the
filter,
counter-clockwise.
Pull out the exhaust filter.
?
Clean it with water.
use a
brush.
cause
permanent damage
allowing dust to by-pass
?Dryitinshadeforaday.
?
remove
body by rotating
?
Do not
Wash both
a
permanently.
the exhaust
the filter
-This will
3
it
the filter.
We advise you to clean it at least
once a
year.
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User's
guide
for sani
punch
nozzle
vacuum
Features
How to
This nozzle
Follow the directions below for proper
picks up even dust inside through beating.
The bottom part can be separated to be cleaned.
Since the bottom does not stick to the surface, vacuuming is easy.
use
Assembly
Connect the nozzle to the
use.
telescopic tube.
Use
Set the suction power control switch to MAX POWER before vacuuming.
Depending on the type of bedding, handling may be awkward or it may cause
If this is the case,
If the
punch
adjust
a
lower
a
lot of noise.
setting.
bar does not move, lift the nozzle slightly off the surface.
even after doing this, check if the suction power is too low
If it does not move,
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the sunction power control switch to
or
if the nozzle base is
clogged
with
a
foreign object.
This Sani Punch nozzle is for effective
Effective
cleaning
of beds and blankets to
remove
mites and dust.
cleaning
Bed & blanket
Bulky
When
using
on
Lay
out the blanket
and
vacuum
it
on
the bed
the bed
&
heavy
When
blanket
Light
using
on
It is easier to clean
by pushing
a
blanket & sheet
the floor
light
blanket
or
sheet
the nozzle in the direction of the
arrow.
To increase
lay
on
cleaning efficiency for light blankets,
top of a bulky blanket and then clean.
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User's guide for sani
For
simple cleaning
of the
vacuum
and attach the crevice tool to
Top
punch
vacuum
nozzle
Cleaning
Vacuum Nozzle for
nozzle, detach the Sani Punch nozzle from the telescopic tube
vacuum
dust.
Bottom
Since the vibrator inside is
composed of precision parts, never disassemble the body.
foreign objects clog the air sunction part on top of the vacuum nozzle.
Since removal of the punch bar may cause performance problems, do not warp or remove it.
Attach the bottom plate properly before using. Without this bottom plate, it may not function.
Be careful not to let
Since this
vacuum nozzle has been made exclusively for cleaning beds, blankets and upholstery,
only for these cleaning purposes.
(Using it to clean the floor may result soiling it or a drop in performance, do not use it for such purposes.)
use
14
it
Bedding
Follow the instruction below for
not soak the entire
(Do
body
through washing.
of the
vacuum
nozzle in water, it may
cause
the vibrator to
malfunction)
Bottom
2
1
plate
3
Punch bar
Bottom
4
plate
6
5
Punch bar
1
Press the button
rear
side of the
nozzle to
bottom
on
2
the
all the soiled
Wipe
of the
vacuum
separate the
body
with
a
parts
3
nozzle
vacuum
Wash the removed bottom
plate
with water and
dry
it.
cloth.
plate.
4
Straighten
on
the
punch
the lower section.
bar
5
Insert the attachment
projections on bottom
plate to the vacuum nozzle
6
Push down the tabs
to
secure.
grooves.
15
What to do if your
Check that the
appliance
is
appliance
correctly plugged
in and that the electrical socket is
What to do when the suction
the
appliance
and
working.
performance reduces?
it.
?
Stop
?
Check that the
?
Check that the dust chamber is not full.
?
Check that the
?
Check that the exhaust filter is not blocked.
unplug
does not work
tubes, flexible hose and cleaning tool.
light
is not
on
Empty if necessary.
because of motor filter's blockage.
Clean the filter.
.
WARNING!
Should it become necessary to replace the moulded on plug then the detective
any possible shock hazard that could occur should such a plug be inserted into
16
plug
a
should be
destroyed
to avoid
13 amp socket elsewhere in the house.
Note
17
Note
18
P/No.: 3828FI3814M
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