LG | VCC402HEU | LG VCC402HEU Owner’s Manual

OWNER'S MANUAL
V-KC402H*
V-KC402H**
VCC402H**
New
Type Cyclone
vacuum
cleaner
Table of contents
Information for Your
How to Use
Assembling
Using
the
Safety
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Cleaner
Cleaning
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head and
Cleaning
the
Emptying
the Dust Tank
Carpet
Vacuum Cleaner
Accessory
Nozzles
master and Elbow tube
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Operation
Cleaning
the Dust Tank
Cleaning
the Air Filter
Cleaning
the Exhaust Filter
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What to do when suction
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2
performance
decreases
4
4
6
8
9
10
11~12
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What to do if your Vacuum Cleaner does not work
3
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13
14
15
15
Information for Your
Safety
Please read all the
following information, which contains important instructions for the safety,
the use and the maintenance of the 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 vacuum as a toy, injury could result.
Do not continue to vacuum if any defect appears, missing or damaged.
In these cases, contact an approved LG Electronics Service Agent.
Repairs, when necessary, must be performed at an approved LG Electronics Service Agent.
Only use parts produced or recommended by LG doing otherwise could invalidate your guarantee.
Do not
use
Do not
use
without the dust tank
air filter.
cleaner If the power cord is damaged or faulty.
If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by an approved LG Electronics Service
Do not unplug by pulling on cord.
Do not
pull
the
or
vacuum
the
on
supply cord,
run over
Always turn the vacuum cleaner off
Emptying the dust tank.
Cleaning or changing the filter.
Romoving from the mains outlet.
it, pull it around sharp edges
or
Agent
to avoid
a
hazard.
near/over hot surfaces.
before:
?
?
?
Do not leave
plug connected to a mains outlet-unplug when not in use.
vacuum with any of the openings blocked with any object that may restrict the airflow.
part of the body, colthes or any object (e.g. stick) into the opening or moving parts of the
vacuum
Do not
use
the
Do not
put any
Do not
use
Do not
vacuum
Do not
vacuum
Do not
vacuum
cleaner with the
cleaner.
outdoors.
hot ash, embers etc. or
flammable or explosive
water
or
sharp objects.
substances(liquids
or
gases).
other
Do not handle the cleaner
or
liquids.
plug with
wet hands.
Do not immerse the whole cleaner in water.
Do not
repaired if it was under water.
When you vacuum with an attachment appliance that has a rotating brush roller:
Do not reach into the running brush roller.
The appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision.
Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
use vacuum
cleaner without
?
?
Thermal
protector: This
If the cleaner
vacuum
cleaner has
special
a
thermostat that
protects the cleaner in
shuts off, turn off the switch and unplug the cleaner.
Check the cleaner for a possible source of overheating such as a full dust tank,
are
After the 30 minutes
qualified
of motor
overheating.
suddenly
If these conditions
a
case
found, fix them and wait
period, plug
at least 30 minutes before
the cleaner back in and turn
on
a
blocked hose
attempting
to
use
or
clogged
filter.
the cleaner.
the switch. If the cleaner still does not run, contact
electrician.
Important
for
users
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:
Neither wire is to be connected to the earth terminal of
13 amp plug is fitted, fit a 13 amp BS 1362 fuse.
If any other type of plug is used, protect with a 15 amp fuse at the distribution board.
For appliances which come with mains lead and plug moulded on: the plug moulded on to the cord incorporates a fuse.
For
a
3
pin plug.
If
a
13 amp BS 1362 fuse. Only ASTA approved or certified fuses should be used.
The fuse cover/carrier must be replaced in the event of changing the fuse.
replacement
use a
The
A
plug must not be used if the fuse cover/carrier is lost.
replacement cover carrier must be obtained from authorized
electrical
goods
retailers.
3
How to Use
Fit the
large cleaning
Assembling Cleaner
head onto the end of the
pipe.
Elbow
pipe
(Optional)
Spring
2
latch
Telescopic pipe
1
?
NZ-50
?
NZ-46
?
(Optional)
1
Large cleaning
head
Push the head onto the
telescopic pipe.
2
(Optional)
Telescopic pipe
?
?
?
?
4
NZ-43
Press the
spring latch to release.
Pull out the pipe to the desired length.
Release spring latch to lock the pipe in position.
Push telescopic pipe into hose handle firmly.
Head
Button
Flexible Hose
3
Attachment Point
3
Connecting
the hose to the cleaner
Push the head end of the flexible hose into
the attachment
To
remove
point
on
the
cleaner.
vacuum
the flexible hose from the
body,
press on the button located on the head,
then pull the head out of the vacuum cleaner.
5
How to Use
Upholstery
Using
Cleaning
nozzle
head and
Dusting
Upholstery
Nozzle
2
The
Nozzles
Crevice tool
3
Dusting
Brush
Crevice Tool
The Crevice Tool will
mattresses, etc.
furniture, books
as
The thread collectors
uneven
will
efficiently
The
3
Dusting Brush is for
using on picture frames,
for
Upholstery Nozzle is
vacuuming upholstery,
Accessory
brush
2
1
1
the
or
surfaces.
other
help
clean those hard-to-reach
corners, cobwebs
or
the cushions of your sofa.
collect the dust and fluff.
?BOX?
6
Accessory nozzles are included
together with owner's manual.
in
a
places
between
clean and
?
you
plastic bag
1
2
3
4
5
6
(Optional)
4
7
8
(Optional)
?
(Optional)
Cleaning carpet
and floor nozzle
Pedal
Carpet
Carpet
Floor
4
Carpet
?
?
and floor nozzle
Dual
the
Open
to the
?
Divide the nozzle into two
?
Clean the hole of the nozzle.
type of floor.
For carpets or rugs
parts
to lower the brush.
pedal
For hard floors
(tiles, parquets
cover
by pulling
the hook.
Cleaning
Equipped with a pedal that allows
you to adjust its position according
?
Press the
?
Head
or
laminated
floors)
7
How to Use
Pile
Cleaning
the carpet master and Elbow tube
Adjustment
Cleaning
5
Powerful Turbine Brush
6
Open
Long Carpet
Spring
2
latch
1
Short
Open
Carpet
Top
Spring
latch
Bottom
5
Carpet
?
?
Open
Open
master
the window
the
cover
(Optional)
by pulling
6
the hook.
at the bottom
by pulling
?
Clean the brush.
?
Clean the brush and hole at the bottom.
?
Slide the Pile
Elbow
the hook.
to the
carpet.
right
for
long carpet
?
?
8
pipe (Optional)
cleaning under the sofa,
table and bed easily.
Connect the elbow pipe to the flexible
hose and, connect the telescopic pipe
to the elbow pipe.
(You can also connect the telescopic pipe
to the flexible hose without the elbow pipe.)
If you pull the spring latch,
the elbow pipe is bended.
If you stretch the elbow pipe,
it is returned to its position.
?
Adjustment
and to the left for short
Elbow
pipe
is for
How to Use
Emptying
the Dust Tank
PUSH
Tank handle
Dust
drop
Pull out
Dust Tank
Tank
The dust tank needs
?
Turn off the
?
Grasp
emptying
vacuum
separation
when
Lever
LED is turned to red.
cleaner and
the handle of the tank
the tank
?
Separation
unplug it.
and then push
CAUTION
When suction power suddenly
operates in Auto mode.
lever.
Pull out the tank.
the tank and then
push
the tank into the cleaner.
?
Empty
?
Push the dust tank into the tank mount
as
far
as
?
it will go.
Check the tank if suction power weakens when it is not
in Auto mode.
If dusts
?
weakens, check the cleaner
full, empty the dust tank.
If suction power is not improved still, clean the Air filter.
are
CAUTION
Don't grasp the tank handle when you
the Cleaner.
Tank
Carrier
handle
handle
The cleaner's
tank and
body
body.
are
may be fell down with
moving
separating
You should grasp the carrier handle when you
moving the cleaner.
are
9
How to Use
Vacuum Cleaner
Cord reel button
Operation
Suction control switch
2
1
3
POWER
CONTROL
FLOOR
CARPET
MAX
SOFT
CURTAIN
OFF
MIN
Plug
1
How to
Plug
in and Use
2
Adjusting
the
3
Park
System
Suction power
?
Pull out the power cord to the
desired length and plug into
the socket.
?
?
?
the suction level
Adjust
using the
by
?
handle slide control.
?
To store after
vacuuming and
pause while cleaning.
For storage after vacuuming,
for example to move a small
piece of furniture or a rug, use
Adjust cleaning status and
operation of the cleaner at
the control part of the grip
the Park
handle.
flexible hose and
Press the OFF Button of the
grip
handle to
stop.
-
Slide the hook
cleaning
support the
cleaning head.
on the large
head into the slot
the side of the
10
to
system
vacuum
on
cleaner.
How to Use
Cleaning
the Dust Tank
Pull out
?
Check the dust tank is full
by the position
indicated
as
"MAX" in the container.
?
Press the lever of tank handle and
?
Empty
?
Wash tank with water.
?
Dry
dust
by pressing
the dust
pull
the dust tank out.
empty button
it in shade until the moisture is
WARNING!
as
figure.
The
?
fully
removed.
-
cleaning.
Every
6 months.
When the indicator
light
comes on.
Exhaust filter
-
?
of the
Air filter
-
?
cycle
The exhaust filter should be cleand at least
once a
year.
Dust Tank
-
When the dust tank is full
by
the
position
indicated
as
"MAX" in the container.
Air
guide assembling
the
?
Adjust
?
Assemble the air
arrow
of the air
guide to
guide by rotating
the rib of the tank.
it clockwise.
11
How to Use
Cleaning
the Dust Tank
Cover deco
Cap
dust
CLICK!
Push in
empty button
?
Remove the COVER DECO
?
Wash the dust tank.
?
Dry it in shade until the moisture is fully removed.
Adjust the arrow of the COVER DECO to the arrow of the CAP DUST.
Assemble the COVER DECO by rotating it clockwise.
When connecting the tank to the main body, push it until you hear 'clattering'.
?
?
by pressing
the dust
Empty
?
12
dust
?
by rotating
as
figure.
it counter-clockwise.
How to Use
Cleaning
the Air
Filter(Pre- Filter)
Micro Filter
Filter
Sponge
Filter Cover
The dust filter is located below the filter
as
in above
If the
firstly
?
figure.
LED is lighted
up when the dust tank is not
clean the air filter.
Release the lever of the main
arrow
?
?
cover
Open
mark
as
the filter
body
toward the
figure.
cover
cover.
filter, sponge filter
with water.
it in shade until the moisture is
Gently
rinse both
parts separately under
water until the water
Hand wash
Shake off
Pull the dust filter out and the wash micro
filter
full,
WARNING!
Do not
runs
cold
running
clear.
only with damp
excess
a
cloth.
water from the filter.
tumble/spindry,
microwave
or
place
in
oven or on
direct heat.
Ensure the filter is
fully
removed.
?
Dry
?
The air filter should be cleaned every 6 months.
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.
SECOND BOX OF WARNING!
The
?
-
cleaning.
Every
6 months.
When the indicator
light
comes on.
Exhaust filter
-
?
of the
Air filter
-
?
cycle
The exhaust filter should be cleand at least
once a
year.
Dust Tank
-
When the dust tank is full
by
the
position
indicated
as
"MAX" in the container
13
How to Use
Cleaning
the Exhaust Filter
White side
Filter
?
?
White side
White side
cover
The exhaust filter is
permanent washable HEPA filter.
To clean the exhaust filter, remove the filter cover on
a
the
?
?
?
?
body by rotating the filter cover counter clockwise.
Separate the filter assembled with the filter cover.
Wash the filter in flow water cleanly.
WARNING!
When you wash the
blue side.
filter,
make
sure
?
don't wash the
-
?
fully
removed.
?
Dry
?
The exhaust filter should be cleaned at least
once a
year.
of the
cleaning.
Every
6 months.
When the indicator
light
The exhaust filter should be cleand at least
once a
year.
Dust Tank
-
When the dust tank is full
"MAX" in the container.
14
comes on.
Exhaust filter
-
?
cycle
Air filter
-
Remove moisture.
it in shade until moisture is
The
by
the
position
indicated
as
What to do if your
Check that the
vacuum
cleaner is
in
plugged
?
Turn off the
?
Check the
?
Check that the dust tank is not full.
?
?
cleaner and
telescopic pipe,
unplug
and that the electrical socket is
correctly
What to do when suction
vacuum
cleaner does not work
vacuum
it.
flexible hose and
pre-filter(air-filter)
decreases
performance
cleaning
tool for
blockages
if necessary.
Check that the exhaust filter is not blocked. Clean the exhaust
Check that the
working
or
obstructions.
Empty
is not full. Clean the
filter, if necessary.
pre-filter,
if necessary.
Thermal protector:
This
vacuum
If the cleaner
cleaner has
If these conditions
After the 30 minutes
contact
a
qualified
off,
possible
a
are
special
shuts
suddenly
Check the cleaner for
a
thermostat that
turn off the switch and
source
of
overheating
found, fix them and wait
period, plug
protects the cleaner in
unplug
such
overheating.
the cleaner.
as a
full dust
at least 30 minutes before
the cleaner back in and turn
of motor
case
on
tank,
a
blocked hose
attempting
to
use
or
clogged
filter.
the cleaner.
the switch. If the cleaner still does not run,
electrician.
Disposal
of your old
appliance
1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin
the
European
symbol
is attached to
a
product
it
means
the
product
by
Directive 2002/96/EC.
2. All electrical and electronic
3.
is covered
products should be disposed of separately from the municipal waste
via designated collection facilities appointed by the government or the local authorities.
The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative consequences for
stream
the environment and human health.
4. For
more
waste
detailed information about
disposal
service
or
the
shop
disposal
where you
of your old
appliance, please
purchased the product.
contact your
city office,
WARNING!
Should it become necessary to
replace
the moulded
plug
then the detective
plug
should be
replaced by
a
qualified
electrician.
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P/No.: 3828FI2863P
Made in KOREA
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