LG V-KC902CES Owner's manual

LG V-KC902CES Owner's manual
Model
Language
Page
Material
Date
Part No.
V-KC902CES.CXRPLGT
English+Chinese
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Color(cover/body) 2/1
Size(W*H)
150 x 220(mm)
Designer
An zhanwang
2008.12.01
Description
MFL56999634
Owner's manual
Chage Record
No.
Change content
2
Add Dust Capacity
change power (page 2 and 23)
3
change nozzle from NZ-32 to NZ-58
4
ADD EYE PICTURE ABOUT SOLUTION
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5
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Date Designer Confirm
ECO No.
ACTT805518 08.10.30 SUYAN CUI.Y.T
ACTT806091 08.12.01 ZXL
CUIYT
actt903707 09.06.06 ZXL
ACTT002285
10.04.02
AZW
CUIYT
CYT
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Product specifications
23
Attention before using the appliance
24-27
Assembling the Cleaner
28
Parts description and assembly
Accessories
Using the Accessories
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30
Using and cleaning the Sani Punch
Usng the Sani Punch
Cleaning the Sani Punch
31-32
Dust Tank
Removing the Dust Tank
Replacing the Dust Tank
Cleaning the Dust Tank
Cleaning air filter and motor safety filter
Cleaning exhaust filter
Basic use method of the steam vacuum cleaner
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34
35
Assembiling & power switch
Water-filling method
Duster-sticking method
Vacuum cleaning/steam cleaning/steam vacuum cleaning
Floor/ordinary ground cleaning
Water filling method
38
Maintenance Methods
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36
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If you have a problem
40-42
Packing List
43
330
V-KC902CES
220V~ 50Hz
NOR: 2050W(1400W+650W(Steam))
MAX: 2250W
300W
6.5 Kg
Dust Capacity: 2L
294mm x 452mm x 330mm
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4
452
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Attention before using the appliance
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25
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Assembling the Cleaner
Attachment point
Head
Telescopic
tube
Flexible Hose
Button
Dust Brush
& Upholstery
Nozzle
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Conner
Nozzle
Steam brush
head
Hose
Telescopic
tube
Sani Punch
Measuring
cup
Duster
Pad
Using the Accessories
Using Corner Nozzle
Connect the Corner Nozzle to Telescopic Pipe.
Press the Nozzle Separate Button to Separate the nozzle.
Telescopic Pipe
Corner Nozzle
Using Dust Brush & Upholstery Nozzle
Tear the vinyl bag and pull out accessories.
Dusting brush
Push the button
Upholstery nozzle mode
Dussting brush mode
Upholstery Nozzle is for vacuuming upholstery,mattresses, etc.
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Dust Tank
Removing the Dust Tank
Indicator
Tank separation lever
Pull out
Tank handle
Dust tank cap
Plate opening lever
Please empty the dust tank when the power down automatic for 1~2 minutes then shut down,
also with the indicator flash and alarm.
Turn off the vacuum cleaner and unplug it.
Grasp the handle of the tank and then press the tankseparation lever.
Pull out the dust tank.
Empty the tank and then assemble the dust tank as below
Replacing the Dust Tank
Assembling dust tank
First, place the bottom of dust tank on the vacuumcleaner and tilt.
Tank handle
Carrier handle
Moving the vacuum cleaner
Don't grasp the tank handle when
you are moving the vacuum cleaner.
The vacuum cleaner's body may fall
when separating tank and body.
You should grasp the carrier handle
when you are moving the vacuumcleaner.
NOTICE
• If suction power decreases after empting dust tank, clean dust tank next page.
• Please clean the dust tank when the suction power still low after empty the tank.
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Dust Tank
Cleaning the Dust Tank
Dust tank cap
Plate opening lever
Tank separation lever
Tank handle
Press tank separation lever and pull out dust tank.
Raise dust tank cap.
Dry fully in shade so that moisture is entirely removed.
NOTICE
If suction power decreases after cleaning dust tank, cleanair filter and motor safety filter.
Next page.
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Cleaning air filter and motor safety filter
Cleaning air filter and motor safety filter
Filter cap
Pre-filter cover lever
Air filter
Motor
safety filter
Pre-filter assembly
Pre-filtercover
Two "UP"
marks must meet
If suction power is decreased after cleaning dust tank, clean air filterand motor safety
filter. Air filter and motor safety filter are located atthe back of vacuum cleaner in the
above figure.
• Open the pre filter cover by pulling the pre filter cover lever and take out pre filter
assembly.
• Separate the parts.
• Wash air filter and motor safety filter with water.
• Do not wash filters with hot water.
• Dry fully in shade so that moisture is entirely removed.
• Air filter and motor safety filter should be cleaned in the above case.
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Cleaning exhaust filter
Cleaning exhaust filter
Exhaust filter cover
White side up
The exhaust filter is a washable and reusable HEPA filter.
• To clean the exhaust filter, remove the exhaust filter cover on the body by rotating it
counterclockwise.
• Separate the exhaust filter.
• Wash the filter cleanly in flowing water.
• Remove moisture.
• When filter is washed, make sure not to wash green side of filter.
• Dry fully in shade so that moisture is entirely removed.
• The exhaust filter should be cleaned at least once a year.
Exhaust filter cover assembling
• Fit exhaust filter cover lugs to the grooves of vacuum cleaner body
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Basic use method of the steam vacuum cleaner
The steam vacuum cleaner could realize vacuum cleaning and steam cleaning in the meantime.
Assembling & power switch
1
Steam safety button shall be held when using steam vacuum
cleaning.
The terminals of both the drawtube 2 and
the steam brush head 3 shall be aimed and
completely assembled until the clicking
sound; otherwise it may incur the brush
head coming off or discontinuity of steam.
The steam
safety button
The hose 1 and the drawtube 2 shall be
completely assembled until the clicking
sound.
4
5
Press the steam button 4 on the handle of
hose 1 to activate steam cleaning from the
steam brush head, which will take 3 minutes
after pressing the button at the first time,
but to moisten the duster may take more
time. The steam button 4 shall be pressed
after filling water.
Re-press the steam button 4 or press the
stop button 5 to stop supplying steam from
the brush head.
Note: To prevent any safety accidents when using the steam vacuum cleaner, the cleaner shall
automatically power off if you don't press the steam safety button in 30 seconds; Re-press
the steam button 4 to continue. In case the steam safety button isn't pressed when the
steam brush head is set in motion, the cleaner shall automatically power off in 180 seconds.
* The cleaner could be put into use in 2.5 minutes after pressing the steam button 4 and you
could see steam in 3 minutes.
Water-filling method
Duster-sticking method
When filling water, the cleaner shall be
unplugged with the hose handle on the floor.
After that, you could open the water inlet on
the steam brush head.
The cleaner shall be powered off when
sticking the duster. Stick the duster on
the duster board, and then fix on the
steam brush head. Caution of burn
when the duster board may still be hot.
Fill 250ml water into the steam brush head
with the measuring cup and then fasten the
cover (Please refer to Page 38 for the detailed
instruction). The time to moisten the duster
may differ as for different usage or duration
of the steam brush head
Aim the suction nozzle at the duster board,
and then press down the brush head until
the clicking sound. As long as the duster is
properly stuck on the duster board, the board
could be connected with the suction nozzle
of the steam brush head.
The brush head
The duster board
The duster
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Floor / ordinary ground cleaning
Stick the duster on the duster board, and then
connect with the steam brush head. Missing of
duster may cause discoloration or distortion of
the floors due to high temperature of the steam
brush head. So, the duster shall be properly
stuck before use.
Switch on the steam brush head and
start cleaning after steaming.
Carpet cleaning
The duster board shall be taken off from the
steam brush head when cleaning the carpets
or sofa; if not, the surfaces of carpets or sofa
may be damaged or the duster may not be
properly stuck on the board.
Switch on the steam brush head and start
cleaning after steaming.
Stains removing / floor stains cleaning
Stick the duster on the duster board, and then
connect with the steam brush head;
Repeat cleaning if it is impossible to clean
up the stains once, but the use of steam
brush head on the same position for a long
period may damage the floors.
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Water filling method
Note: Purified water shall be used for fear of any dirt flowing into the cistern of
the vacuum cleaner. Before filling water, the cleaner shall be powered off and
unplugged from the socket; also, hose handle shall be put on the floor.
When the indicator of “Water filling” on the
brush head flashes, you shall stop cleaning
with the steam brush head and unplug from
the socket.
Open the water inlet on the brush head
and fill proper water with the measuring
cup (250ml).
Fasten the water inlet cover on the brush head
as per the figure, revolving toward right until
the clicking sound.
When you power on the cleaner after filling
water, the indicator of “Water filling” lights
up for 30 seconds to 1 minute. You could
continue cleaning after the indicator of
“steam” lights up.
Method for replacing or washing the duster
Note: The duster shall be replaced after power off.
Take off the duster board from the steam brush
head. When replacing the duster, you shall
stick the duster with the white side on the board.
Take off the duster board from the steam
brush head. When replacing the duster,
you shall stick the duster with the white
side on the board.
Note:
Use of duster without completely drying may incur electric shock or damage
the cleaner.
Stick the duster properly, for fear of blocking the suction hole of the steam
brush head.
The time to moisten the duster may differ as for different usage or duration
of the steam brush head; replacing a clean duster may make the cleaning
easier.
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Maintenance Methods
Turn off the switch and unplug from the socket.
Clean and dry the used duster immediately;
otherwise it may lead to peculiar smell if
placing for some time.
The steam brush head shall be maintained on
the specific pad rather than directly on the floor
when it is still hot; otherwise it may damage the
floor.
The remaining water in the brush head shall be
completely dried, if the cleaner stays idle for a
long period. Note: such maintenance shall be
done after the brush head is completely cooled
up; otherwise it may incur burns or damage the
cleaner. Also, the drawtube shall be separated
from the brush head first.
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If you have a problem
Please check before notifying malfunction
If you doubt the product meets with malfunction, please check the cause of such
malfunction before contacting with the after-sales service center or agent, so as
to ensure efficiency of repair.
Stop steaming?
Phase I
Phase 2
Phase 3
Check whether the indicator of “Water-filling”
flashes; if so, it is necessary to fill water into
the steam brush head with the measuring
cup.
Check whether the indicator of “Water filling”
flashes. If so, please fill water into the steam
brush head with the measuring cup.
Check whether the steam safety button is held when
using steam cleaning. On the account of safety, the
steam brush head shall automatically power off when
the steam safety button is not held for more than 30
seconds.
* On the account of safety, this product is designed with
a steam safety button. When holding the hose handle,
it is easy to hold the steam safety button; if not, the
steam brush head shall automatically power off.
Re-press the steam button and hold the steam safety
button in 30 seconds to restart the steam brush head.
The steam
safety button
The
steam
button
When the steam brush
head automatically
powers off,
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Re-press the steam
button;
When using steam cleaning,
the steam safety button shall
be held.
* On the account of safety,
the steam brush head shall
automatically power off
when the steam safety
button is not held for more
than 30 seconds.
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Please check before notifying malfunction
If you doubt the product meets with malfunction, please check the cause of such malfunction
before contacting with the after-sales service center or agent, so as to ensure efficiency of repair.
Malfunction
The vacuum does
not work?
The vacuum does
not work?
Check
Is the plug inserted?
Is the socket powered on?
If the hose inserted?
If the motor heat protection
opened?
Troubleshooting
Insert the plug tight (This product is
applicable for 220V)
Verify the power of socket is on
Insert the hose tight
Restart in 2 hours
When the vacuum cleaner's suction is too large or the motor is under high speed
running, they do not belong to the abnormal conditions. So, please use the vacuum
cleaner properly.
If it is the noise rather than the normal motor sound, please phone the repair center.
Abnormal sound
exists inside the
vacuum cleaner
Peculiar smell
exists inside
the vacuum
cleaner
The duster collector is filled up.
The filter is clogged.
Suction inlet is jammed.
Drawtube is clogged.
Hose is clogged.
Clean out the dust collector.
Purge the sponge filter with water and air-dry
in the shady and cool place for one day.
Take out the sucked objects before use.
Take out the objects inside the drawtube
before use.
Take out the objects inside the hose before use.
When the motor is running, the rubber band used for fixing the motor will produce a
little smell due to the heat, but it will not affect the operation or damage the machine.
When the machine sucks some water accidentally or the dust collector is not cleaned
for a long period of time, the peculiar smell will be produced. So, clean up the dust
collector timely.
Vibration brush head does
not work or the amplitude
of vibration is too small.
The vibration brush head is used for cleaning the fabric such as bedclothes and sofa.
The big brush head shall be used for cleaning the carpet.
Check whether the chassis is properly.
When cleaning the thin fabric, please pad the thick bedclothes hereunder.
As cleaning the carpet, sometimes, the machine may not work due to affection from
the carpet materials. So, please carry out the operation as required
Please confirm whether obstruction exists at the dust collector and suction inlet.
The amplitude of vibration may be reduced due to the decrease of suction.
The power cord can not be
scrolled thoroughly into the
vacuum cleaner
or the power
cord can not
be fully pulled.
Pull out part of the power cord and then re-scroll it.
Please put forth your strength to pull out the power cord, which will not be damaged.
The power cord entwined inside the machine or it is caused by high temperature in
the summer.
The cord is bended inside the machine or not coiled around the winder. After the
winder is started, the normal operation could be realized.
The vacuum cleaner or the
discharged air is
too heat.
Inner wall of the hose is
too dirt.
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Is the suction normal?
The heat air discharged from the machine is
arising from the heat produced by motor.
So, the temperature is normal, please use
the machine continuously.
Never suck the water because after mixing of the water and dust, the tube wall will be
polluted and the motor will be damaged.
Dust Brush&Upholstery Nozzle
Steam Nozzle
Conner Nozzle
Measuring cup
Duster
3
Pads
Warranty Card
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P/No.: MFL56999634
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