LG V-WA266ND Owner's manual

LG V-WA266ND Owner's manual
V-WA266ND
Please read all of the information on page 3 carefully. This information contains important
instructions for the safe use and the maintenance of the appliance.
Table of contents
Information for Your Safety ............................................................................. 3
How to Use ...................................................................................................... 4
Assembling cleaner .......................................................................................... 4
Using Carpet/Floor Nozzle and Carpet Master ....................................................... 5
Using Accessory Nozzles ................................................................................... 5
Dry Vacuuming ................................................................................................ 6
Wet Cleaning ................................................................................................... 9
Carpet Cleaning ............................................................................................. 12
Tile Cleaning.................................................................................................. 13
Window Cleaning............................................................................................ 13
Sofa Cleaning ................................................................................................ 14
Blow Cleaning ................................................................................................. 15
Dust Tank Cleaning ........................................................................................ 16
Clean Filter Cleaning .........................................................................................16
Exhaust Filter Cleaning .................................................................................... 17
Carpet Master Cleaning ................................................................................... 17
Shampoo Tank Net Cleaning ............................................................................ 18
Storage ........................................................................................................ 18
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Information for Your Safety
• The appliance is intended for use by adults.
• Follow instructions in this manual to change and fit accessories,
tools or filters.
• Do not allow children to play with the appliance.
Never operate the appliance if :
❏ the power cord is damaged.
❏ clear signs of damage are showed
❏ the appliance is fallen or dropped.
• The voltage data on the rating label must conform to the power
supply.
Do not vacuum :
❏ hot ash or embers or glowing objects.
❏ toner dust
❏ noxious substances or corrosive or solvent liquids.
❏ inflammable or explosive gases.
❏ sharp and hard objects such as pins, stones, small toys, etc.
• Never leave the appliance running unattended.
Always turn off and pull out the plug
❏ if the appliance malfunctions during operation
❏ before cleaning and maintenance
❏ after use
• Never aim the nozzles at people or animals, at electrical sockets
or electrical appliances.
• Do not operate the appliance in rooms where inflammable
materials are stored or where gases have formed.
• Some substances such as acetone, solvents and acids can hurt
the materials used in this appliance.
• Extreme care is required when cleaning stair carpets. The
appliance must be in a stable position on the step and take care
that the flexible hose is not stretched beyond its actual length.
• When you use the appliance on stairs, you must always hold the
appliance firmly with one hand.
• Never unplug the appliance by pulling at the cable, but only by
pulling out the plug directly from the socket.
• Keep the mains cable away from heat, oil, chemical substances,
humidity.
• Do not pull the mains cable on sharp edges, rough surfaces and
avoid damage in any other way.
• Do not treat the appliance or plug with wet hands.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer or its service agent or a similarly qualified person
in order to avoid a hazard.
• Do not immerse the whole appliance in water.
• Do not put any part of the body, clothes or any other objects
(e.g. stick) into the opening or moving parts of the appliance.
• Do not use the appliance with any of the opening blocked with
any object that may restrict the airflow.
• After wet vacuuming, empty the dust tank immediately.
• The function and effect of the appliance can be warranted if you
use genuine LG cleaning fluids.
• Persons with sensitive skins should avoid direct contact with the
cleaning fluid.
• Do not allow children to treat the cleaning fluid.
If cleaning fluid comes into mucous membranes (eyes, mouth,
etc), immediately flush with water and contact a doctor.
• Do not let anyone touch the rotating brush roller if the appliance
is connected from the mains.
• Store this appliance in a dry place.
• Do not change the specification or modify your appliance.
• Remove the plug from the wall socket before carrying out any
maintenance specified in this manual.
• Ensure the mains cable is fully unwound and straightened
before use.
• If the appliance fails to operate, never attempt to repair it
yourself.
• If it is necessary to repair the appliance, it must be performed by
an authorized LG Service Agent only using genuine LG spare
parts in order to avoid a hazard.
If the appliance does not vacuum properly, CHECK IF:
❏ the dust tank is full.
❏ there are no blockages in the hose.
❏ filters are polluted.
❏ the net is at the bottom of shampoo tank.
• Do not allow children or animals onto the carpets until it has had
time to dry.
• Metal or wooden furniture legs may mark a wet carpet, wait until
the carpet is dry before replacing furniture or cover legs with
aluminium foil.
• If you are washing very dirty carpets, you may have to wash
them several times to bring the dirt to the surface.
• When you wash deep pole carpets, move the washing tool in
the same direction.
• When you wash carpets or upholstery, always test for color
fastness, with some undiluted cleaner.
If the shampoo pump does not operate in cold weather, place
the appliance in warm place for 20 minutes, and reuse it.
Thermal protector : This appliance has a special thermostat that
protects the appliance in case of pump overheating. If the pump
suddenly shuts off, turn off the switch and unplug the cleaner.
Check the appliance for a possible source of overheating such
as an empty shampoo tank, a closing net, a blocked hose or
clogged filter. If these problems are found, fix them and wait at
least 30 minutes before attempting to use the appliance. After
the 30 minutes, plug the cleaner back in and turn on the switch.
If the pump still does not run, contact an authorized LG Service
Agent.
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How to Use Assembling Cleaner
Handle
Cover
Shampoo
Lever
Clamp
Hose
Dust Tank
Hose Handle
Shampoo
Tank Cap
Pipe
Shampoo Tank
Inlet Dust
Cord Reel Button
Yellow Mark
Red Mark
Pipe
Switch Button
Shampoo Button
Power Cord
Tips
If you can see red mark on power cord when you pull the cord out of the appliance,
you must stop pulling out the cord immediately.
Optional
Spray Nozzle
Carpet Master
Carpet/Floor Nozzle
Window Master
Spray Nozzle
Frame Brush
Brush
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Shampoo Bottle
Upholstery Nozzle
Dusting Brush
Crevice Tool
Small Shampoo Nozzle
How to Use Using Carpet/Floor Nozzle and Carpet Master
Carpet Master
Carpet/Floor Nozzle
Floor
Carpet
Long type Carpet
Hard Floor & Short type Carpet
: use for hard floor
& short type carpet.
: use for long
type carpet.
Air Control Lever
How to Use Using Accessory Nozzles
Upholstery Nozzle
Dusting Brush
Crevice Tool
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How to Use Dry Vacuuming
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The Air Flow Regulator allows you to change the vacuum suction for different fabric and carpet
weight. Adjust the suction power with Air Flow Regulator in the handle.
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Connecting the Air Filter
Closing the Top Cover Assy
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Assembling Hose and Pipes
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Connecting the Hose
Turning on the Power Switch
Air Flow Regulator
Open
Close
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ON
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After Cleaning
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Opening the Top Cover Assy
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Pouring the Cleaning Liquid
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Separating the Air Filter
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Separating the Air Filter
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WARNING!
Gently rinse air filter separately under a cold running water until the water runs clear. Do not use detergent or a
washing machine or dishwasher. Shake off excess water from the filter. Do not tumble/spindry, microwave
or place in oven or on direct heat. Ensure the filter is 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.
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Washing & Drying the Air Filter
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Connecting the Air Filter
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Reuse the Air Filter after drying
sufficiently.
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Brushing the Air Filter
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Closing the Top Cover Assy
How to Use Wet Cleaning
If there is a strange sound in the pump, put the cleaning fluids into the shampoo tank.
Because it indicates that there is no cleaning fluid in the shampoo tank.
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Connecting the Air Filter
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Opening the Tank Cap
Pouring Water & Shampoo
Standard spot 1:120
Heavy spot 1:60
Tank Cap
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Closing the Tank Cap and the Top Cover Assy
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Connecting the Hose
Assembling Hose & Pipes
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Turning on the Power & Shampoo Switch
Pulling the lever
ON
ON
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When you hear the big noise from the main body during the operation, empty the dust tank. Because it indicates that the
safety float automatically closes the suction inlet and you will notice that no more liquid is sucked up.
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Wet Cleaning
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Checking the Cleaning Liquid
Opening the Top Cover Assy
MAX
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Lifting the Dust Tank
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Pouring the Cleaning Liquid
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Separating the Air Filter
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WARNING!
Gently rinse both parts separately under a cold running water until the water runs clear. Do not use detergent or a washing machine
or dishwasher. Shake off excess water from the filter. Do not tumble/spindry, microwave or place in oven or on direct heat.
Ensure the filter is 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.
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Disassembling the Air Filter
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Drying the Air Filter
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Washing the Air Filter
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Assembling the Air Filter
Connecting the Air Filter
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2
Rib
Reuse the Air Filter after drying
sufficiently.
Push the Air Filter until reaching the rib.
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Closing the Top Cover Assy
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How to Use Carpet Cleaning
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It is possible that the pump's thermal security mechanism has been acticated to protect the pump from overheating
in case that the shampoo tank is empty or the shampoo button has remained in the (ON) position without any
operation of the trigger. To check that the pump has not broken down, put the button at the (OFF) position and wait
about 20 to 30 minutes until the pump cools down, then start it again. If your appliance still does not work in spite of
following these instructions, contact the nearest authorized service center.
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2
Turn on the Power & Shampoo Switch and Pull the Lever
Wet Cleaning the Carpet
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4
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4
Turn off the Shampoo Switch and Release the Lever
Dry Cleaning the Carpet
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OFF
2
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How to Use Tile Cleaning
1
2
Connecting the Frame Brush
3
Tube Connecting/Disconnecting
Cleaning the Tile
Button
1
2
How to Use Window Cleaning
1
2
Connecting the Window Master
2
3
Turning on the Power & Shampoo Switch
Cleaning the Window
3
ON
ON
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4
5
Rotating the Frame
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Turning off the Power & Shampoo Switch
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Cleaning Window
2
How to Use Sofa Cleaning
1
2
Connecting the Small Shompoo Nozzle
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2
Cleaning the Sofa
3
Cleaning the Tile
How to Use Blow Cleaning
1
2
Separating the Hose & Exhaust Cover
3
Connecting the Hose
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1
1
2
4
5
Turning on the Power Switch
Blow Cleaning
ON
Dust between window frames
Leaves on the steps
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How to Use Dust Tank Cleaning
1
2
Separating Plates
Cleaning the Dust Tank
3
Pouring the Water
4
Connecting Plates
How to Use Clean Filter Cleaning
CAUTION!
Remove the moisture and dry the filter sufficiently in shade about a day.
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2
Separating the Clean Filter
Cleaning the Clean Filter
Cleaning Filter
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3
Connecting the Cleaning Filter
How to Use Exhaust Filter Cleaning
CAUTION!
Remove the moisture and dry the filter sufficiently in shade about a day.
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2
Separating the Exhaust Cover
3
Separating the
Sponge
Washing & Drying the
Sponge.
4
Connecting the
Exhaust Cover
Sponge
Reuse the Sponge after drying
How to Use Carpet Master Cleaning
1
2
Separating the Viewing Window
Opening the Air Cover
3
Cleaning the Dusting Brush
2
CLOSE
OPEN
1
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How to Use Shampoo Tank Net Cleaning
1
2
Separating the Net
Net
How to Use Storage
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Washing the Net
3
Putting the Net into the
Shampoo Tank
Memo
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Memo
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V-WA266ND
P/No.: 3828FI3853G
Made in KOREA
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