LG | V-UP861NB | LG V-UP861NB Owner’s Manual

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Description
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Date
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Wrap hose
1-8
G
hook
(G).
(H) firmly onto
over
Push hose end
(I) as shown.
tube
H
I
2. How to
Cleaner
2-1
use
description
1. Handle
1
13
2
14
15
17. Crevice wand
3. Dirt cup release button
4. Carrying handle/Dirt
18. Hose handle
cup handle
5. Air flow indicator
6. Dirt cup assembly
7. Long lasting HEPA filter
20. Handle release
8.
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17
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18
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11
20
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pedal:
pedal to lower handle
operating or low positions.
step
to
pedal
on
cover
turn knob to correct
4
12
Body
19. ON/OFF
9. Nozzle control knob:
16
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16. Combination tool
grip
2. Powered hand tool
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setting
for height of carpet being
cleaned.
10. Furniture nozzle: helps
prevent cleaner from marking furniture.
11. Cord reel
12. Cord rewind button:
press button to rewind cord
for storage. Hold plug until
cord is rewound.
13. Cord hook
14. Hose
15. Hose holder
Operate cleaner only at
voltage specified on data
plate on back of cleaner.
This cleaner is intended for
household
use.
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10
Polarized plug
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
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Cord rewind
ON-OFF pedal
Grasp end of plug (A) and pull to
desired cord length. Plug cord into
electrical outlet.
To turn cleaner ON, step on ON/OFF
pedal (B)
once.
To turn cleaner OFF, step
again.
on
pedal
Grasp
the end of the
plug
and
pull
to release cord from cord reel. After
desired cord length is reached, the
cord will lock into position.
To return cord for storage, hold plug
and press on button (C) at top of
cord reel. To prevent cord from
whipping, hold plug until cord is
rewound.
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Transporting cleaner
your cleaner from room to
room, put handle in upright position,
tilt cleaner back on rear wheels and
push forward.
To
move
Carrying cleaner
The cleaner can also be moved by
using the carrying handle, located
on the top of the dirt cup.
Handle
positions
The handle of your cleaner has
three positions; upright for storage
and when using cleaning tools;
operating position for general
operation on carpet and floors; low
for reaching under low furniture.
Step on handle release pedal to
lower handle.
B
A
Carpet height
adjustment
The cleaning of carpet and rugs
takes place at the nozzle (A).
When it is necessary to raise and
lower the nozzle for various carpet
pile heights, place handle in upright
position and turn the nozzle control
knob (B) to the desired setting.
The nozzle will not move into the
adjusted position until the cleaner
handle is lowered to the operating
position.
Settings
Cleaning lightweight
For maximum cleaning performance, the following carpet height
settings are recommended:
flexible rugs
Lowest setting: for all types of
carpet and hard surface flooring.
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Note: If the cleaner is difficult to
push, turn knob to the next higher
setting.
Higher settings: for very deep
pile carpet, where easier pushing
effort is desired, while maintaining
good cleaning performance.
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CAUTION: To avoid
personal
unnecessary wear to
carpet, and to prevent the cleaner
from falling, always place it at
bottom of stairs.
injury
Stair
cleaning
Use the hose and power hand tool
for stair cleaning. Clean from bottom
to
top.
When
using cleaning tools, the
agitator will continue to rotate.
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or
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) as shown 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.
Cleaning tools
2-11
2-12
Tools allow for cleaning surfaces
above the floor and for reaching
hard to clean areas.
The cleaner is ready for tool
when handle is in upright
C
D
use
position.
CAUTION: The
agitator
E
continues
to rotate while cleaner handle is
in upright position. Avoid tipping
cleaner
or
setting
fringed area rugs
stairs during tool
it
or
on
B
furniture,
carpeted
Select proper tool
use.
A
How to clean tools
To clean the hose and powered
hand tool, wipe off dirt with a cloth
dampened in a mild detergent.
Rinse with a damp cloth. DO NOT
submerge powered hand tool in
water.
tools may be washed in
warm water with a detergent. Rinse
and air dry before using.
Cleaning
C. Combination tool use with brush
attached for carved furniture, table
tops, books, lamps, lighting fixtures,
venetian blinds, baseboards, shutters, and registers.
Removing hose
When using cleaning tools, cleaner
handle should be in the upright
position. Also, turn cleaner OFF
before disconnecting and connecting hose to hose tube (A).
To use hose, lift hose end
shown.
(B)
as
When you are finished cleaning with
the tools, reposition hose end onto
tube.
Remove brush to clean upholstered
furniture, draperies, mattresses,
clothing, and carpeted stairs.
D. Powered hand tool may be
used for upholstered furniture,
draperies, mattresses, clothing,
automobile interiors, and carpeted
stairs.
E. Crevice wand may be used in
tight spaces, corners and along
edges in such places as dresser
drawers, upholstered furniture,
stairs and baseboards. It can also
be used for extra reach with the
dusting brush.
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2-13
3. Maintenance
Familiarize yourself with these home
maintenance tasks as proper use
and care of your cleaner will ensure
continued cleaning effectiveness.
3-1
F
Attach wand and tools
Combination tool
Attach tool to the hose
ing it firmly onto hose.
Slide brush to
(F) by push-
Twist wand or tool slightly to
or loosen the connection.
To
tighten
remove.
A
replace brushes, align brush with
grooves
on
tool. Slide brush into
place.
Air flow indicator
The indicator (A) will show yellow when
the dirt cup is full or there is a blockage or clog in the system. Turn
cleaner OFF and unplug. Check
the dirt cup and empty if necessary.
Turn cleaner back on. If the indicator
still shows yellow, follow the instructions under "Clearing blockages".
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3-2
3-3
B
3-4
C
A
D
Dirt cup
When to empty
Holding
How to empty
It is recommended that the dirt cup
be emptied before the dirt reaches
the fill line (A), or after every use if
preferred.
CAUTION: Very fine materials,
such as face powder or cornstarch,
may seal the filter and cause loss
of suction. When using the cleaner
for this type of dust, empty the cup
and clean the filters often.
Disconnect cleaner from electrical
outlet. Do not use the cleaner
without dirt cup or filters in place.
Press dirt cup release button
and pivot cup out.
(B)
Cleaning filters
3-5
Lifetime HEPA filter
If you wish to clean this filter, it may
be removed and cleaned.
dirt cup
over
trash recep-
tacle, press dirt cup door release
rod (C) on back of dirt cup to open
dirt cup door (D).
Empty dirt cup.
Close and snap dirt cup door shut.
3-7
B
3-6
A
Remove the HEPA filter (B) and
brush with the combination tool to
clean or tap side of filter against a
trash receptacle. Return the HEPA
filter into the filter cavity.
Place bottom of dirt cup in first.
Pivot cup into cleaner body.
Press dirt cup firmly until you hear
click to ensure that it is locked in
a
place.
Press on the tab (A) located on the
side of the filter cover to remove.
3-8
Dirt cup filter
C
assembly
3-10
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Disconnect cleaner from electrical
outlet. Do not use cleaner without
dirt cup or filters in place.
3-9
A
Dirt and debris can then be cleaned
from the filter cartridge by brushing
with the cleaner's combination tool.
Align tab (C) on filter cover with slot
(D). Press cover closed until you
hear a snap.
Remove dirt cup
Fig. 3-3.
8
as
described in
Twist dirt cup lid (A) counterclockwise until arrows on lid and dirt cup
align. Remove lid with filter cartridge
from dirt cup.
3-14
vacuum
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3-15
3-163-17
3-18
3-19
3-14
3-20
3-23
3-22
3-21
3-24
3-27
3-21 and 3-22.
3-26
3-25
3-22
3-24.
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