LG | V-CA711CEU | LG V-CA711CEU Owner’s Manual

V-CA711CT
V-CA711CE
V-CA711CEU
CYKING DX
Table of contents
Information for Your
Safety......................................................................................3
How to Use.................................................................................................................4
Assembling
the Cleaner ........................................................................................................4
Using
the
Using
the Air turbine brush and Elbow tube ..........................................................................8
Emptying
Cleaning
head and
Accessory
Nozzles .................................................................6
the Dust Chamber .................................................................................................9
Operation.............................................................................................................................10
How to
Plug
Adjusting
the Suction power ................................................................................................10
Park-System
Storage
in and Use .......................................................................................................10
........................................................................................................................10
................................................................................................................................10
Cleaning
the Motor
Filter, Air Cleaner and the Dust Chamber ............................................11
Cleaning
the Exhaust Filter .................................................................................................12
What to Do if your Vacuum Cleaner Does Not Work ................................................13
What to Do When Suction Performance Decreases..................................................13
2
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 allow it to use as a toy, injury could result.
Do not continue to the cleaner if any appears to be faulty, missing or damaged.
In these cases, contact an approved LG Electronics Service Agent.
Repairs, when necessary, must be performed at an approved LG Electronics Service Agent.
Only use parts produced or recommended by LG doing otherwise could invalidate your guarantee.
the
use
and the maintenance of the
Do not
use
Do not
use
without the dust tank
the
or
air filter.
cleaner If the power cord is
damaged or faulty.
damaged, it must be replaced by an approved LG Electronics Service Agent
unplug by pulling on cord.
pull on the supply cord, run over it, pull it around sharp edhes or near/over hot surfaces.
vacuum
If the power cord is
Do not
Do not
Always turn the vacuum cleaner off
Emptying the dust chamber.
Cleaning or changing the filter.
Romoving from the mains outlet.
Do not leave
vacuum
use
Do not
put any part of the
Do not
use
Do not
vacuum
hot
Do not
vacuum
flammable
Do not
a
hazard.
before:
cleaner with the
Do not
Do not
the
to avoid
vacuum
plug connected to a mains outlet-unplug when not in use.
openings blocked with any object that may restrict the airflow.
body, colthes or any object (e.g. stick) or into the opening or moving parts of the
with any of the
clsaner.
outdoors.
ash, embers
etc. or sharp objects.
explosive substances(liquids
vacuum water or other liquids.
handle the cleaner or plug with wet hands.
or
or
gases).
Do not immerse the whole cleaner in water.
Do not
use vacuum
When you
vacuum
cleaner without
with
Do not reach into the
an
repaired if it was under water.
appliance that has a rotating
attachment
running
brush roller:
brush roller.
The
appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision.
Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
Thermal
protector: This vacuum cleaner has a special thermostat that protects the cleaner in case of motor overheating. If the
suddenly shuts off, turn off the switch and unplug the cleaner. Check the cleaner for a possible source of overheating
such as a full dust chamber, a blocked hose or clogged filter. If these conditions are found, fix them and wait at least 30 minutes
before attempting to use the cleaner. After the 30 minutes period, plug the cleaner back in and turn on the switch. If the cleaner
still does not run, contact a qualified electrician.
cleaner
3
How to Use
Fit the
large cleaning
Assembling
the Cleaner
head onto the end of the tube.
2
1
Large cleaning
head
Push the head onto the
telescopic
Telescopic
?
tube.
Press the
tube
spring
latch to
release.
?
Pull out the tube to the desired
length.
?
Release
spring latch to lock
position.
Push telescopic tube into hose
handle firmly.
the tube in
?
4
3
Connecting
the hole to the cleaner
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
the head out of the
vacuum
cleaner.
vacuum
on
the
head,
cleaner.
5
How to Use
Using
the
Cleaning
head and
Accessory
Nozzles
When the accessory holder is to be connected to the hose.
Hold the hose and
push
the holder at the desired
1
of the hose.
2
Upholstery
Nozzle
3
Dusting
Brush
Upholstery Nozzle is for
vacuuming upholstery,
Dusting Brush is for
vacuuming picture frames,
mattresses, etc.
furniture
The thread collectors
other
help
to
pick
up
the threads and fluff.
6
position
frames, books and
irregular
surfaces.
Crevice Tool
Crevice Tool is for
vacuuming in those
normally hard-to-reach
places such as reaching
cobwebs,
or
cushions of
between the
a
sofa.
1
2
3
4
4
5
5
The 2
?
?
head
position cleaning head
equipped with a pedal which allows
you to alter its position according to
type of floor
7
8
9
8
Brush
The 2
the
?
position
6
Brush is for
motor filter
cleaning the
(Air cleaner)
and exhaust filter.
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
Using
the Air turbine brush and Elbow tube
Cleaning
6
Powerful Turbine Brush
7
Air Turbine Brush
Elbow tube
(V-CA711CEU)
(V-CA711CE, V-CA711CEU)
?
Easy &Powerful celaning through
adjusting the air-control lever.
Elbow tube is for
?
: use
for hard floor &
short
:
use
for
under the
Connect the elbow tube to the
flexible hose
type.
carpet
cleaning
sofa, table and bed easily.
long type
carpet.
?
and,
connect the
telescopic tube to the elbow tube.
(You can also connect the
telescopic tube to the flexible hose
without the elbow tube.)
If you pull the spring latch, the
elbow tube is bended.
?
8
If you stretch the elbow
returned to its position.
tube, it is
Emptying
the Dust Chamber
The dust chamber needs
emptying
reaches the MAX indicator
the dust chamber.
on
when dust
?
?
Turn off the
vacuum
cleaner and
Press the button of the
cover
and
unplug it.
pull the dust
chamber out.
Remove the dust chamber cap and empty the dust chamber.
Push the button, then dust will fell down as the button plate is
?
open.
To reinstall the dust
push
chamber, replace the dust chamber cap and
the dust chamber into the tank mount
as
far
as
it will go.
9
How to Use
1
Operation
2
4
3
POWER CONTROL
OFF
AUTO
MIN
MAX
How to
Plug
in
Adjusting
the Suction power
Park
System
Storage
and Use
?
Pull out the power
cable to the desired
length
and
put plug
?
?
into the soctet.
?
Press the cable reel
Adjust the
power by using the power
control switch on the handle.
When you press the button that you
desire, the light comes on.
button to retract the
If you press the Auto button, the
power is automatically adjusted by the
power cord after
amount of dust.
?
use.
?
When
this
means
lamp
is
on
which
the dust chamber is
full, pls
empty the dust chamber.
If this
is
which shows
lamp flickering,
clogged with something.
vacuuming and pause
while vacuuming.
For deposit after
vacuuming, for
example to move a
small piece of furniture
or a
rug,
system
use
to
the Park
support the
flexible hose and
cleaning
head.
Slide the hook
on
You need to turn off the power & clean
the dust in this case.
large cleaning
head
into the slot
the
power gradually, and then it will be
turned off automatically after 15
seconds.
Once you plug in an outlet,
this
lamp will be on and it generates fresh
ion('-' ion) automatically.
10
?
To store after
that it's
Otherwise, it keeps flickering & losing
?
?
-
rear
of the
cleaner.
on
the
vacuum
?
When you have
switched off and
?
The
unplugged.
appliance,
on
press
the button to
automatically
rewind
the cord.
?
You
can
store your
appliance in a vertical
position by sliding the
hook on the large
cleaning head into the
clip on the underside
of the appliance.
Cleaning
The
the Motor Filter / Air cleaner and the Dust Chamber
permanent
cap.
When the filter
motor filter is situated under the dust chamber
light
comes on
the Motor Filter
?
Press the button of
?
Open the dust chamber cap.
Cleaning the Motor Filter.
Remove the motor filter by rotating
?
cover
and
-
-
-
?
pull
requires cleaning.
the dust chamber out.
-
Remove two
plates
runs
rinse both
it counter-clockwise.
dry naturally,
the motor filter should
parts separately under
clear. Hand wash
Do not
be cleaned every 6 months.
Cleaning the Dust Chamber.
-
Gently
Shake off
Clean the motor filter.
Allow the motor filter to
WARNING!
excess
only with damp
microwave
Ensure the filter is
completely dry.
Re-assemble and
place
damaged,
Please call the
cold
running
water until the water
cloth.
water from the filter.
tumble/spindry,
If the filter is
a
or
place
in
oven or on
direct heat.
it back in your machine, filter frame.
do not
place them
in the machine.
Helpline.
from the dust chamber.
Wash both
parts with soft cloth. Gently rinse both parts
under cold
running
water.
11
How to Use
?
The exhaust filter is
?
To clean the exhaust
?
Pull out the exhaust filter.
a
the Exhaust Filter
Cleaning
washable reusable HEPA filter.
filter,
remove
the filter
?
Clean it with
?
Allow exhaust filter to
?
The exhaust filter should be cleaned at least
12
cold, running
water. Do Not
cover on
dry completely
in
a
use
the
the brush
body by rotating
as
this will
shaded location for
once
a
year.
a
the filter
damage
dry.
cover
the filter.
counter-clockwise.
What to Do if Your Vacuum Cleaner Does Not Work
Check that the
vacuum
cleaner is
plugged
in
correctly
and that the electrical socket is
working.
What to Do When Suction Performance Decreases
?
Turn off the
?
Check the
?
Check that the dust chamber is not full.
?
Check that the exhaust filter is not blocked. Clean the exhaust
vacuum
cleaner and
telecsopic tube,
it.
unplug
flexible hose and
cleaning tool for blockages
Empty if necessary.
or
obstructions.
filter, if necessary.
WARNING!
Should it become necessary to
replace
the moulded
plug
then the detective
plug
should be
replaced by
a
qualified
electrician.
13
Notes
14
Notes
15
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