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Vacuum Cleaner
Owner's Manual
MODEL: V-UP245NB
PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL
THOROUGHLY AND CAREFULLY
BEFORE OPERATING THE CLEANER
P/No.:3828FI3749B
TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
ASSEMBLING CLEANER
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STEP 1. UNPACK CARTON
STEP 2. ASSEMBLE HOSE
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STEP 5. ATTACH TOOLS
Automatic
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Adjusting
Nozzle
Feature
Edge Cleaning
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Important Safety Tips
On/Off Switch
Handle Positions
Transporting
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Cleaner
Using
the Cord
Using
Cord Hook
Using
Attachments
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Hanger
REMOVING CLOGS
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REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS
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Removing/Installing
Replacing
Replacing
Exhaust Filter
Replacing
Dust
Replacing
Clean Filter
Bag
Agitator
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Cleaning Agitator
SPECIFICATIONS
PARTS
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the Bottom Plate
Belt and/or
MAINTENANCE
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Detachable Attachment Kit
OPERATION
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STEP 4. ASSEMBLE CORD
SPECIAL FEATURES
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STEP 3. ASSEMBLE HANDLE
CLEANER DESCRIPTION
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BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
WARNING
Your
is important to us. To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, injuries
damage when using your vacuum cleaner, follow the basic safety
precautions, as follows:
safety
persons,
1.
2.
3.
4.
Disconnect power supply before servicing and/or cleaning the unit.
Do not leave appliance plugged in. Unplug from outlet when not in use or before
Do not use outdoors or on wet surfaces. Do not vacuum water or wet materials.
Do not handle plug or the appliance if your hands are wet.
5. This
to
or
appliance
should not be used
by
children without
servicing.
supervision.
6. Use product only as described in this manual. Use only the attachments recommended by the
manufacturer.
7. Do not use product when the cord or plug are damaged, if the supplied cord is damaged, it must
be replaced by the manufacturer or an Authorised service centre or a similary qualified person in
order to avoid hazard or injury.
8. Do not pull or carry the power cord as a handle, or close doors on the cord, or pull the cord
around sharp edges and corners. Do not run any appliances over the cord, and keep the cord
away from all heated surfaces.
9. If the appliance power supply is from an extension set or an electrical portable outlet device,
the cord extension set or electrical portable outlet device must be positioned so that it is not subject
to splashing or moisture of any kind.
10. Do not
unplug unit by pulling the cord. To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
place any foreign objects into the units openings. Do not use with any of the openings
blocked. Keep the unit free from dust, lint, hair and objects that anything that may reduce airflow.
12. Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers, and all parts of body away from the unit openings and moving
parts. Do not use the vacuum cleaner to pick up sharp, hard objects,small toys, pins etc.
Do not use vacuum cleaner to pick up sharp, hard objects, small toys, pins etc.
13. Do not use the Vacuum Cleaner to pick up any items that are smoking and burning, such as
cigarettes, hot ashes or matches.
14. Do not pick up or use vacuum in areas where flammable or combustible liquids, vapors such as
gasoline may exist.
15. Do not use the vacuum cleaner without dust bag and/or filters in place.
16. Always turn off all controls before unplugging the unit.
17. Do not keep the Vacuum cleaner on any high or uneven surfaces, such as tables etc. Extra
caution must be taken whilst cleaning the stairs.
18. If the Vacuum Cleaner stops working unintentionally please ensure the unit is unplugged, this will
avoid any hazzard should the vacuum cleaner automatically restart.
Thermal protector: This vacuum cleaner has a special thermostat that protects the cleaner in case
of motor overheating. If the cleaner suddenly shuts off, turn off the switch and unplug the cleaner.
Check the cleaner for a possible source of overheating such as a full bag, 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 or service centre.
11. Do not
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
THIS PRODUCT IS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
Important
for
users
in the Australia
The wires in the mains lead of this
following
BLUE
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appliance
are
coloured in accordance with the
code:
neutral
BROWN
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live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this
the coloured
markings identifying
appliance
plug.
may not
correspond
with
the terminals in your
PROCEED AS FOLLOWS:
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked L
or
coloured RED.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked N
or
coloured BLACK!
WARNING! Should it become necessary to replace the moulded on plug then the
detective plug should be destroyed to avoid any possible shock hazard that could
should such a plug be inserted into a 13 amp socket elsewhere in the house.
4
occur
OPERATION
WARNING
Personal
Injury
?
DO NOT
plug
?
DO NOT
use
and Product
Damage
in if switch is in the ON
outlets above counters.
Hazard
position.
Damage
Using Attachments
Personal
injury or damage could occur.
surrounding area could occur.
to items in
A
Remove the lower end of stretch hose
from the
collar.
vacuum
out the hose
by pulling
(Fig A)
Remove the
telescopic
wand from its
storage position. (Fig. B)
Remove the crevice tool from the
extension wand.
(Fig. C)
Turn the lower extension wand to the
UNLOCK
B
position. (Fig. D)
Extend the wand to its full
C
C
Crevice
Tool
length.
position.
Turn the lower wand to LOCK
(Fig. D)
Attach the extension wand onto the hose
Extension
collar.
Wand
(Fig. E)
Attach crevice tool
or
dusting
brush onto
D
the end of extension wand.
Crevice tool and
on
dusting
brush will also fit
Unlock
the hose collar.
The
dusting
brush has two
When the front brush is
options.
removed, the
remaining part can be used
upholstery nozzle. (Fig. F)
as an
Lock
E
CAUTION
F
Upholstery
Nozzle
When
using attachments,
be careful
not to overextend the hose. This
Dusting
could
Brush
cause
the cleaner to
tip
over.
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REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
Electrical Shock
or
Personal
Disconnect electrical
supply
Injury
could result in electrical shock
Removing/Installing
Hazard
before
or
servicing or cleaning the unit. Failure to do so
personal injury from cleaner suddenly starting.
the
Bottom Plate
Before
any parts, disconnect the
from the electrical outlet.
replacing
vacuum
To
remove
the bottom
slide latch off
as
plate,
unscrew
shown in the
A
Latch
Bottom Plate
and
figure.
(Fig. A)
Agitator
locking tabs toward the
of the vacuum, pull the bottom plate
from the nozzle housing. (Fig. B)
Pushing
the
Tabs
B
center
away
Tabs
To install the bottom
front
end of bottom
the
front of
plate, hook the
plate into the slots on
nozzle. (Fig. C)
Press the bottom
plate
until the
C
C
locking
tabs snap into place then slide the latch
and tighten the screw.
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REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
Electrical Shock
or
Personal
Disconnect electrical
supply
could result in electrical shock
Replacing
Belt and/or
Check the belt and
broken
or worn
Turn the unit
described in
Hazard
Injury
before
servicing or cleaning the unit. Failure to do so
personal injury from cleaner suddenly starting.
or
Agitator
agitator frequently.
If
they
Motor Shaft
are
out, replace them.
over
and
remove
the bottom
Removing/Installing
plate
as
the Bottom Plate
section.
To
the belt or agitator, grasp the both
agitator and lift it slowly. Remove the belt
from agitator pulley and motor shaft. If the belt
was broken, be sure all pieces are removed.
remove
Agitator
ends of
Motor Shaft
WARNING
Personal
Injury
Hazard
Be careful when removing the
the belt tension is high.
agitator
as
Agitator
Failure to do so could result in personal
injury from the agitator releasing quickly
and snapping away.
Belt
The motor shaft may be very hot!
Loop the new belt
agitator pulley.
around the motor shaft and
A
Reinsert the
agitator making sure that both ends
agitator fit in the groove of the nozzle head.
of the
After
sure
parts
installing
the
agitator,
turn it
that the belt is not twisted
turn
or
by hand making
pinched and all
freely.
Replace the bottom plate as described in the
Removing/Installing the Bottom Plate section.
Replacing
Pull outward
dust
cover.
Replace
(Fig. B)
Exhaust Filter
Exhaust Filter
This exhaust filter must be
on
the dust
replaced
cover
B
grip
when
to
dirty.
remove
(Fig. A)
exhaust filter and close the dust
cover.
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BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE
Review this chart to find out
a
possible
solution if
a
minor
problem
needed, other than that described here, should be performed by
occurs.
Any
service
authorized service
an
center.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect electrical
supply
before
could result in electrical shock
Problem
Possible
Cleaner
1. Not
won't
2. No
run.
or
servicing or cleaning
personal injury.
the unit. Failure to do
Possible solution
cause
firmly plugged in
voltage in wall outlet
3. On/Off switch not turned
1.
Plug
in
firmly.
2. Check fuse
on
or
breaker.
3. Push On/Off switch.
4. Blown fuse
4. Ask authorized service center.
5. Thermal
5.
protector operated
Unplug,
turn off and allow to
cool. See page 3.
Cleaner won't
1. Broken
pick
2. Worn
2.
3. Full
3.
up.
or worn
belt
1.
agitator brush
or clogged dust bag
4. Hole in hose
5. Dust
cover
4.
improperly
6. Belt not installed
Dust
1.
escapes the
2. Torn
paper
so
Bag improperly
bag
on
installed
motor shaft
installed
5.
Replace belt.
Replace agitator.
Change bag.
Replace hose.
Properly install
6. Install belt
1. Install
2.
bag.
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on
motor shaft.
bag properly.
Replace bag.
MEMO
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MEMO
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