LG | V-C7770CEU | LG V-C7770CEU Owner’s Manual

V-C7770CT/CTU/CTV
V-C7770CE/CEU
Table of contents
Information for Your
Safety......................................................................................3
How to Use.................................................................................................................4
Assembling
Using
the
Emptying
the Cleaner ........................................................................................................4
cleaning
head and Accessories.............................................................................6
the Dust Chamber .................................................................................................8
Operation...............................................................................................................................9
Adjusting
the Suction power ..................................................................................................9
Park-System
..........................................................................................................................9
Cleaning
the Motor Filter / Air Cleaner ................................................................................10
Cleaning
the Dust Chamber ................................................................................................11
Cleaning
the Exhaust Filter .................................................................................................11
User's Guide for Sani Punch Vacuum Head.........................................................12
Features ..............................................................................................................................12
Cleaning
the Sani Punch .....................................................................................................14
What to Do if your Vacuum Cleaner Does Not Work...........................................................16
What to Do When Suction Performance Decreases ...........................................................16
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 use the appliance If the power cable is damaged or faulty.
If the power cable 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. or sharp objects.
Do not vacuum water or other liquids.
When you vacuum with an attachment appliance that has a rotating brush roller:
Do not touch any moving parts.
the
use
and the maintenance of the
Important
for
users
to avoid
a
hazard.
in the UK.
The wires in the mains lead of this
appliance
BROWN
BLUE-neutral
-
are
coloured in accordance with the
following
code:
live
VERY IMPORTANT:
Do not earth the
If any other
For
appliance
If
a
13 amp
plug
type of plug is used, protect with
is
a
fitted, fit
a
13 amp BS 1362 fuse.
15 amp fuse at the distribution board.
appliances which come with mains lead and plug moulded
replacement use a 13 amp BS 1362 fuse.
Only ASTA approved or certified fuses should be used.
The plug must not be used if the fuse cover/carrier is lost.
A replacement cover carrier must be obtained from authorised
on:
the
plug
moulded
on
to the cable
incorporates
a
fuse.
For
electrical
goods
retailers.
3
Assembling
Fit the
the Cleaner
large cleaning
Spring
head onto the end of the tube.
2
latch
1-2
1
Pile
Nozzle
Adjustment
Air-Turbine Brush Nozzle
outlet
V-C7770CTU/CEU
Large cleaning
head
Push the head onto the
telescopic
tube.
1-2 Air-Turbine Brush
Push
telescopic
tube into
Telescopic
?
nozzle outlet.
Press the
tube
spring
latch to
release.
?
Pull out the tube to the desired
length.
?
Release
spring latch to lock
position.
telescopic tube into hose
the tube in
?
Push
handle until catch clicks.
4
Head
Flexible Hose
Attachment Point
Button
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
the
cleaning
head and Accessories
Tear the
vinyl bag
and
Using
pull
out accessories.
Attach the accessory holder into the side hole of
And then, Fit the
Dusting
body.
Brush & Crevice Tool and
Upholstery
Nozzle onto the accessory holder.
Fit the accessory onto the end of the tube.
Upholstery
nozzle
Dusting brush
& Crevice tool
Brush
2
1
Upholstery
Nozzle
The
upholstery Nozzle
vacuuming upholstery,
is for
3
Dusting
The
dusting
Brush is for
mattresses, etc.
hard surfaces.
Crevice Tool is for
to
pick
up
the threads and fluff.
vacuuming picture
frames, furniture frames, books and other
The thread collectors
help
vacuuming in those
normally hard-to-reach places such as
reaching cobwebs, or between the cushions
of
6
Brush & Crevice Tool
a
sofa.
Brush
The brush is for
motor filter.
cleaning
(Air cleaner)
the
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CE
(Refer to Page 12~14)
4
(Refer to Page 10)
7
Pedal
Head
Spring
latch
(V-C7770CE/CEU)
Spring
latch
Large cleaning
head
Elbow tube
(V-C7770CE/CEU)
?
The 2
position cleaning
equipped with a pedal
Elbow tube is for
sofa, table and bed easily.
which allows
?
you to alter the brush position
according to the type of floor
?
under the
Connect the elbow tube to the
flexible hose
and,
connect the
to be cleaned.
telescopic tube to the elbow tube.
(You can also connect the telescopic
Hard floor
tube to the flexible hose without the
position(tiles,
elbow
parquets floor)
Press the
pedal
to lower
Carpet
or rug position
Press the pedal to use the
tube.)
?
If you pull the spring
tube is bended.
?
If you stretch the elbow
returned to its position.
brush.
?
cleaning
head is
latch, the elbow
tube, it is
brush.
7
How to Use
Emptying
the dust chamber
Button
Dust chamber cap
Button
Dust chamber
The dust chamber needs
emptying
reaches the MAX indicator
the dust chamber.
on
when dust
?
Turn off the
?
Press the button of the
?
cleaner and
cover
and
unplug it.
pull the dust
chamber forward.
Remove the dust chamber cap and empty the dust chamber.
To reinstall the dust chamber, replace the dust chamber cap and
push
8
vacuum
the dust chamber into the tank mount
as
far
as
it will go.
Operation
Key pad
Cable reel button
2
1
3
POWER CONTROL
STOP
AUTO
MIN
MAX
BOOSTER
Hose handle
Min
Auto
Max
Booster
Operation
?
Adjusting
Pull out the power cable to the
length and put plug into the
?
socket.
?
When you press the button that you
desire, the light comes on.
?
If you press the Auto button, the
power is automatically adjusted by
the amount of dust.
desired
?
the Suction power
Press the cable reel button to retract
the power cable after
use.
?
the power by using the power
control switch on the handle.
Adjust
When you want to use the
push the max button twice.
-
-
booster,
Do not press the max button
than five times continuously.
Continuously
the motor
as
?
System
To store after
Pause while
-
and
When you have finished
vacuuming, use the Park
System
to
hose and
-
vacuuming
vacuuming.
support the flexible
cleaning
Slide the hook
cleaning
on
head.
the
large
head into the slot
on
the handle of the dust chamber.
more
this will increase
temperature
dangerous
Park
to
a
level.
9
Cleaning
the Motor Filter/Air cleaner
Button
The
permanent
cap.
When the filter
Light
motor filter is situated under the dust chamber
light
comes
on, Motor Filter required cleaning.
and pull the dust chamber forward.
?
Press the button of
?
Open
?
Remove the motor filter
?
Clean the motor filter with the brush under cold
cover
the dust chamber cap.
?
Allow the motor filter to
it counter-clockwise.
10
dry naturally,
running
the motor filter should
be cleaned every 6 months.
Especially, the extra motor filter is added for
drying the
drying.
motor filter
out,
use
Gently
runs
rinse both parts
the
original
use
while
motor filter after
separately
clear. Hand wash
Shake off
by rotating
water.
?
WARNING!
Do not
excess
under
a
cold
running
water until the water
only with damp cloth.
water from the filter.
tumble/spindry,
microwave
Ensure the filter is
completely dry.
Re-assemble and
place
or
place
in
oven or on
it back in your machine, filter frame.
direct heat.
Cleaning
the Dust Chamber
Cleaning
the Exhaust Filters
Dust chamber cap
3
1
Filter
cover
Plate
Dust chamber
2
Open
the dust chamber cap.
Wash both
parts with soft cloth.
Gently rinse both parts under
cold
running
?
The exhaust filter is
?
To clean the exhaust
filter,
the filter
cover on
body by rotating
the filter
cover
water.
?
Clean it with
?
use
from
?
a
as
water.
this will
damage.
the filter.
Allow exhaust filter to
location for
plates
cold, running
the brush
damage
remove
counter-clockwise.
Pull out the exhaust filter.
-It will
the dust chamber.
the
washable reusable HEPA filter.
?
Do Not
Remove two
a
dry completely
in
a
shaded
dry.
The exhaust filter should be cleaned at least
a
once
year.
11
User's Guide for Sani the Punch Vacuum head
Features
How to
This nozzle
Assembly
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
Connect the head to the
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 head 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 suction power control switch to
or
if the head 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
Beds and blankets
Heavy
blankets
Light
When
using
on
Lay
out the blanket
and
vacuum
it
on
the bed
the bed
When
using
on
It is easier to clean
by pushing
a
blankets and sheets
the floor
light
blanket
or
sheet
the head in the direction of the
arrow.
To increase
lay
on
cleaning efficiency for light blankets,
top of a bulky blanket and then clean.
13
User's Guide for the Sani Punch Vacuum head
For
simple cleaning
of the Sani
Cleaning Vacuum Nozzle for Bedding
Punch, detach the Sani Punch head from the telescopic tube and attach the crevice tool.
Bottom
Top
Since the mechanism is
composed of precision parts, never disassemble the body.
foreign objects clog the air suction part on top of the vacuum nozzle.
Since removal of the punch bar may cause performance problems, do not warp or remove
Ensure that the bottom plate is attached properly before using.
Be careful not to let
This
use
This may
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nozzle has been made
exclusively
cleaning the floor on.
damage the Sani Punch.
vacuum
Do not
it for
for
cleaning beds,
blankets and
it.
upholstery,
Follow the instruction below for
(Do
not soak the entire
body
through washing.
of the
vacuum
head in water, it may
damage
the
mechanism)
Bottom
2
1
plate
3
Bottom
plate
Punch bar
4
6
5
Punch bar
Press the button
rear
side of the
nozzle to
bottom
on
the
all the soiled
Wipe
vacuum
of the
the
body
remove
vacuum
with
a
Wash the removed bottom
parts
nozzle
plate
with water and
dry
it.
cloth.
plate.
Straighten
on
the
punch
the lower section.
bar
Insert the
plate
lugs
to the
on
bottom
vacuum
head
Push down the tabs
to
secure.
grooves.
15
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 motor filter
?
Check that the exhaust filter is not blocked. Clean the exhaust
vacuum
cleaner and
telecsopic tube,
it.
unplug
flexible hose and
light
is not
cleaning tool for blockages
Empty if necessary.
on.
Clean the motor
or
obstructions.
filter, if necessary.
filter, if necessary.
WARNING!
Should it become necessary to
and
16
replaced
of
safely.
replace
the moulded
plug
then the detective
plug
should have the fuse removed
Notes
17
Notes
18
P/No.: 3828Fi2839F
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