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Vacuum Cleaner
Owner's Manual
MODEL: VUP545NB
PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL
THOROUGHLY AND CAREFULLY
BEFORE OPERATING THE CLEANER
P/No.:3828FI3828G
TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS ..........................................................................................3
ASSEMBLING CLEANER................................................................................................5
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STEP 1. UNPACK CARTON.....................................................................................5
STEP 2. ASSEMBLE HOSE .....................................................................................6
STEP 3. ASSEMBLE HANDLE .................................................................................6
STEP 4. ASSEMBLE CORD .....................................................................................7
STEP 5. ATTACH TOOLS ........................................................................................7
CLEANER DESCRIPTION ..............................................................................................8
SPECIAL FEATURES......................................................................................................9
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Automatic
Adjusting
Nozzle ......................................................................................9
Detachable Attachment Kit........................................................................................9
Edge Cleaning
Feature .............................................................................................9
OPERATION ..................................................................................................................10
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Important Safety Tips
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On/Off Switch ..........................................................................................................10
Handle Positions .....................................................................................................10
Transporting
Using
Cleaner ..............................................................................................11
the Cord
Hanger
...........................................................................................11
Using
Cord Hook .....................................................................................................11
Using
Attachments ..................................................................................................12
REMOVING CLOGS ......................................................................................................13
REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................................14
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Removing/Installing
Replacing
the Bottom Plate .....................................................................14
Belt and/or
Agitator
................................................................................15
Replacing
Exhaust Filter .........................................................................................15
Replacing
Dust
Replacing
Clean Filter .............................................................................................16
Bag
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MAINTENANCE .............................................................................................................17
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Cleaning Agitator.....................................................................................................17
SPECIFICATIONS .........................................................................................................17
PARTS ...........................................................................................................................17
BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE...............................................................................18
2
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
WARNING
Your
is important to us. To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, injury
damage when using your vacuum cleaner, follow basic safety
precautions, including the following:
safety
persons,
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
to
or
Disconnect power supply before servicing and/or cleaning the unit.
Do not leave appliance plugged in. Unplug from outlet when not in use or before servicing.
Do not use outdoors or on wet surfaces. Do not pick up water or wet materials.
Do not handle plug or appliance with wet hands.
Do not allow it to be used as a toy. Close attention is necessary when used by or near children.
Use only as described in this manual. Use only attachments recommended by manufacturer.
Do not use with damaged cord or plug. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
the manufacturer or an Authorized Service Center or a similarly qualified person in order to
avoid a hazard.
Do not pull or carry by the power cord as a handle, close door on cord, or pull the cord around
sharp edges or corners. Do not run appliance over the cord. Keep the cord away from heated
surfaces.
Do not unplug by pulling the cord. To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
Do not put any object into openings. Do not use with any opening blocked. Keep free from dust,
lint, hair and anything that may reduce air flow.
Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers, and all parts of body away from the openings and moving
parts.
Do not use vacuum cleaner to pick up sharp, hard objects, small toys, pins, etc.
12. Do not pick up anything that is burning or smoking, such as cigarettes, matches, or hot ashes.
13. Do not use to pick up flammable or combustible liquid or vapors such as gasoline or use in
areas where they may exist.
14. Do not use vacuum cleaner without dust bag and/or filters in place.
15. Always turn off all controls before unplugging.
16. Do not keep vacuum cleaner on chairs, tables, etc. Extra care must be taken when cleaning
stairs.
17. Always unplug the unit or turn off the switch when the unit automatically stops unintentionally.
If you don't, the cleaner could re-start unintentionally.
Thermal protector: This vacuum cleaner has a special thermostat that protects the cleaner in case
of motor overheating. If the cleaner suddenly shuts off, turn off the switch and unplug the cleaner.
Check the cleaner for a possible source of overheating such as a full bag, a blocked hose or
clogged filter. If these conditions are found, fix them and wait at least 30 minutes before attempting
to use the cleaner. After the 30 minutes period, plug the cleaner back in and turn on the switch. If
the cleaner still does not run, contact a qualified electrician.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
THIS PRODUCT IS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
3
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
Important
for
users
in the UK.
The wires in the mains lead of this
following
BLUE
-
appliance
are
coloured in accordance with the
code:
neutral
BROWN
-
live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this
the coloured
markings identifying
appliance
plug.
may not
correspond
with
the terminals in your
PROCEED AS FOLLOWS:
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked L
or
coloured RED.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked N
or
coloured BLACK!
VERY IMPORTANT:
Neither wire is to be connected to the earth terminal of
fitted, fit
13 amp BS 1362 fuse. If any other
fuse at the distribution board.
For
a
appliances which
incorporates
the cord
For
replacement
Only
ASTA
come
a
use a
approved
plug
3
pin plug.
If
a
13 amp
with mains lead and
plug
moulded
on:
the
plug
a
plug
is
15 amp
moulded
on
fuse.
13 amp BS 1362 fuse.
or
certified fuses should be used.
The fuse cover/carrier must be
The
a
type of plug is used, protect with
replaced
in the event of
changing
must not be used if the fuse cover/carrier is lost. A
must be obtained from authorized electrical
goods
the fuse.
replacement
cover/carrier
retailers.
WARNING! Should it become necessary to replace the moulded on plug then the
detective plug should be destroyed to avoid any possible shock hazard that could
should such a plug be inserted into a 13 amp socket elsewhere in the house.
4
occur
to
ASSEMBLING CLEANER
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Do not
plug
into the electrical
Failure to do
so
supply
until the
assembly is complete.
or injury.
could result in electrical shock
STEP 1: UNPACK CARTON
Remove all
Make
sure
parts from
all
parts
carton and
are
identify
located before
each item
disposing
as
shown in
figure.
of carton box.
Dusting
Handle
Brush
Crevice
Extension
Tool
Wand
Body
Assembly
Extra Belt
Hose
Accessory
Cabinet
5
ASSEMBLING CLEANER
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Do not
plug
into the electrical
Failure to do
so
supply
until the
assembly is complete.
or injury.
could result in electrical shock
STEP 2: ASSEMBLE HOSE
A
Insert the hose collar into the
at the
rear
of the
opening
body. (Fig.A)
Insert another hose collar into the
lower
part of the body (Fig. B)
B
STEP 3: ASSEMBLE HANDLE
Position the handle
as
top of the
vacuum.
Handle
shown.
Slide the handle into the
the
opening
(Fig.A)
B
A
at
Insert the bolt into the handle bolt
screw
Handle
Bolt Hole
hole.
Using a screwdriver, tighten
(Fig. B)
the bolt.
6
ASSEMBLING CLEANER
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Do not
plug
into the electrical
Failure to do
so
supply
until the
assembly is complete.
or injury.
could result in electrical shock
STEP 4: ASSEMBLE CORD
A
B
Cord
Make
Hanger
the quick release cord
is in the upright position.
sure
hanger
Locking
Notch
Lock the cord into place by forcing
it into the locking notch on the body
of the quick release cord hanger.
Power
Cord
(Fig. A)
Power
Cord
the power cord around the quick
release cord hanger and lower cord
Retainer, then lock the power cord
plug onto the power cord. (Fig. B)
Wrap
Lower Cord
Retainer
2
A
STEP 5: ATTACH TOOLS
Insert the tabs of accessory cabinet
into the grooves at the rear of the body,
and snap the hook into the upper
groove.
1
(Fig. A)
Attach the extension wand
side of accessory cabinet.
on
the left
Slide the crevice tool into the extension
wand.
Place the dusting brush on the
the accessory cabinet. (Fig. B)
top
of
C
C
B
Crevice
Tool
Accessory
Cabinet
Dusting
Brush
Extension
Wand
Store small spare parts such as the
extra belt, in the cabinet. (Fig. C)
Accessory
Cabinet
7
Extra
Belt
CLEANER DESCRIPTION
After
assembly,
the cleaner will look like the
picture
below.
Quick Release Cord Hanger
Handle
Switch
Dust Cover
Head Cover
Power Cord
Bumper
Carrying
Handle
Lower Cord Retainer
Crevice Tool
Hose
Extension Wand
Dusting
Brush
Accessory
Body
Cabinet
Base
Handle Release
Pedal
8
SPECIAL FEATURES
Automatic
Adjusting
Your
vacuum
Nozzle
cleaner is designed
adjusting nozzle. No
manual adjustments are required.
The nozzle height of is instantly and
automatically adjusted to any carpet pile
height.
with
upright
an
automatic
Detachable Attachment Kit
Attachments
use
when
stairs,
etc.
are
are
a
the whole
body
of the
(Fig. B)
Without attachment kit
will be
This feature
and
A
board for easy
not necessary for
can remove
attachment kit from the
vacuum.
vacuum
on
cleaning furniture, cushions,
(Fig A)
If attachments
while, you
carried
on
the
body,
your
lighter.
can
make your
maneuver more
Edge Cleaning
vacuum move
easily.
B
Feature
Edge cleaning provides for improved
cleaning of carpets near walls and
furniture.
9
OPERATION
WARNING
Personal
and Product
Injury
?
DO NOT
plug
?
DO NOT
use
Damage
in if switch is in the ON
Hazard
position. Personal injury or damage could occur.
Damage to items in the surrounding area could occur.
outlets above counters.
Important Safety Tips
Before you plug in your vacuum cleaner,
make sure that the voltage indicated on
the
rating
the
same as
label of the
cleaner is
vacuum
your local
supply.
On/Off Switch
Plug
the power cord to
l is the ON
operate cleaner.
position.
0 is the OFF
position.
When cleaner
stops automatically, always
turn off the switch and
unplug the unit
checking. If could start
automatically and cause an injury.
ON/OFF Switch
before
Handle Positions
The handle may be
adjusted
to any
2
position required.
Step
on
the handle release
handle is released to
freely. Adjust
required.
When
the
move
body
pedal.
The
up and down
to any
position
you
cleaning
under
furniture, press the
handle release
pedal
a
To store
second time.
vacuum or use
the handle to the
attachments,
set
1
upright position.
10
OPERATION
WARNING
Personal
DO NOT
plug
?
DO NOT
use
Transporting
To
and Product
Injury
?
position.
Damage
outlets above counters.
Personal
injury or damage could occur.
surrounding area could occur.
to items in
Cleaner
your cleaner from
move
Hazard
Damage
in if switch is in the ON
room
to room,
put the handle in upright position, tilt the
cleaner back
on
its
rear
wheels and
push
it
forward.
The cleaner
as
can
also be moved
by lifting it,
shown.
Using
the Cord
Hanger
Carrying
To release the power cord, rotate the quick
release cord hanger downward and the
entire power cord will
for immediate use.
drop
off the
Handle
hanger
Do not
unplug the cleaner by pulling on
Grasp the plug head and pull to
unplug the vacuum cleaner.
the
cord.
Return the
quick release cord hanger
upright position before attempting
to
the
to
Cord
Hanger
rewind the cord.
Using
Cord Hook
There is
the
a
quick
secure
recessed
the body of
hanger, designed to
during vacuuming.
area on
release cord
the power cord
Insert the power cord into this groove to
help keep the power cord from hanging
and being damaged by agitator or other
moving parts.
11
OPERATION
WARNING
Personal
Injury
?
DO NOT
plug
?
DO NOT
use
and Product
Damage
in if switch is in the ON
outlets above counters.
Hazard
position.
Damage
Using Attachments
Personal
injury or damage could occur.
surrounding area could occur.
to items in
A
Remove the lower end of stretch hose
from the
collar.
vacuum
out the hose
by pulling
(Fig A)
Remove the
telescopic
wand from its
storage position. (Fig. B)
Remove the crevice tool from the
extension wand.
(Fig. C)
Turn the lower extension wand to the
UNLOCK
position. (Fig. D)
Extend the wand to its full
B
C
C
Crevice
Tool
length.
position.
Turn the lower wand to LOCK
(Fig. D)
Attach the extension wand onto the hose
Extension
collar.
Wand
(Fig. E)
Attach crevice tool
or
dusting
brush onto
D
the end of extension wand.
Crevice tool and
on
dusting
brush will also fit
Unlock
the hose collar.
The
dusting
brush has two
When the front brush is
options.
removed, the
remaining part can be used
upholstery nozzle. (Fig. F)
as an
Lock
E
Upholstery
CAUTION
When
using attachments,
Nozzle
be careful
Dusting
not to overextend the hose. This
could
cause
F
the cleaner to
tip
Brush
over.
12
REMOVING CLOGS
WARNING
Electrical Shock
or
Personal
Disconnect electrical
supply
Injury
could result in electrical shock
If the cleaner does not
adequate suction,
bag is full.
If the
is not
bag
seem
Hazard
before
or
servicing or cleaning the unit. Failure to do so
personal injury from cleaner suddenly starting.
A
to have
first check to
see
if the
Extension
Wand
full, check the hose and
extension wand.
Visually inspect
of the head
inserted.
the hose and the
cover
opening
into which the hose is
(Fig. A)
Hose
If the
clog
vacuum
still
exists, make
cleaner off and
cord. Turn the
vacuum
sure
unplug
cleaner
to turn the
the power
over
expose the underside. Check the
area and suction inlet. (Fig. B)
to
agitator
Opening
Return the
before
vacuum
plugging
to the
upright position
B
into the electrical outlet.
Agitator
Suction Inlet
13
REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
Electrical Shock
or
Personal
Disconnect electrical
supply
Injury
could result in electrical shock
Removing/Installing
Hazard
before
or
servicing or cleaning the unit. Failure to do so
personal injury from cleaner suddenly starting.
the
Bottom Plate
Before
any parts, disconnect the
from the electrical outlet.
replacing
vacuum
To
remove
the bottom
slide latch off
as
plate,
unscrew
shown in the
A
Latch
Bottom Plate
and
figure.
(Fig. A)
Agitator
locking tabs toward the
of the vacuum, pull the bottom plate
from the nozzle housing. (Fig. B)
Pushing
the
Tabs
B
center
away
Tabs
To install the bottom
front
end of bottom
the
front of
plate, hook the
plate into the slots on
nozzle. (Fig. C)
Press the bottom
plate
until the
C
C
locking
tabs snap into place then slide the latch
and tighten the screw.
14
REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
Electrical Shock
Personal
or
Disconnect electrical
supply
could result in electrical shock
Replacing
Belt and/or
servicing or cleaning the unit. Failure to do so
personal injury from cleaner suddenly starting.
or
Agitator
Check the belt and
broken
or worn
Turn the unit
described in
agitator frequently.
out, replace them.
over
and
Hazard
Injury
before
remove
If
they
the bottom
Removing/Installing
Motor Shaft
are
plate
as
the Bottom Plate
section.
To
remove
the belt
ends of
agitator
agitator pulley
from
was
or
agitator, grasp the both
slowly. Remove the belt
Agitator
and lift it
broken, be
and motor shaft. If the belt
sure
all
pieces
are
removed.
Motor Shaft
WARNING
Personal
Injury
Hazard
Be careful when removing the
the belt tension is high.
agitator
as
Agitator
Belt
Failure to do so could result in personal
injury from the agitator releasing quickly
and snapping away.
The motor shaft may be very hot!
Loop the new belt
agitator pulley.
around the motor shaft and
A
Reinsert the
agitator making sure that both ends
agitator fit in the groove of the nozzle head.
of the
After
sure
parts
installing
the
agitator,
turn it
that the belt is not twisted
turn
or
by hand making
pinched and all
freely.
Replace the bottom plate as described in the
Removing/Installing the Bottom Plate section.
Replacing
Exhaust Filter
This exhaust filter must be
Pull outward
dust
cover.
Replace
(Fig. B)
on
the dust
replaced
cover
B
Exhaust Filter
grip
when
to
dirty.
remove
(Fig. A)
exhaust filter and close the dust
cover.
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REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
Electrical Shock
Personal
or
Disconnect electrical
supply
could result in electrical shock
Dust
Replacing
Check the
dirt
Hazard
Injury
before
or
servicing or cleaning the unit. Failure to do
personal injury if the cleaner starts suddenly.
Bag
from time to time. When excessive
bag
accumulates, your cleaner may
not
A
operate
effectively.
If the cleaner does not
to have
seem
adequate
suction, check the bag.
DISCONNECT THE CLEANER FROM
THE ELECTRICAL OUTLET.
Pull the dust
dust
cover
cover
Grasp
the dust
Attach
a new
holding
forward and
grip
from the cleaner.
bag
remove
collar and
pull
dust
bag onto the bag holder
bag collar and pushing back
figure. (Fig B)
Insert the tabs
the grooves
on
on
the bottom of dust
the dust
Rotate the dust
as
into
cover
compartment. (Fig. C)
up into the closed position
and press it until the hook snaps into place.
Replacing
B
it out.
the dust
shown in the
the
(Fig. A)
cover
Clean Filter
The clean filter is located inside the dust
compartment. When installing
or changing the
bag, always check this filter. When the filter
becomes dirty, clean it or install a new one.
dust
To
remove this filter, open the dust cover and pull
the filter out from the bottom of dust compartment.
To clean the old
filter, rinse it in
water and
dry
it.
Slide this filter back into
It should be
inserted into the
the bottom of dust
place.
projections of
compartment. Be
sure
the filter is
fully
dry.
16
C
C
so
MAINTENANCE
WARNING
Electrical Shock
or
Personal
Disconnect electrical
supply
Injury
Hazard
before
could result in electrical shock
or
servicing or cleaning the unit. Failure to do so
personal injury from cleaner suddenly starting.
Cleaning Agitator
In order to
clean the
Make
keep the cleaning efficiency high,
agitator frequently.
to
unplug
Turn the unit
over on
sure
bottom
remove
plate
the bottom
Installing
the unit.
the floor. If necessary,
described in Removing/
as
plate
section.
Remove the
entangled materials, such as carpet
lint,
pile
strings, etc. Unwird them or cut them
off with scissors, as shown.
and
SPECIFICATIONS
Model
Power
VUP545NB
230V
supply
Power
IEC-1200W, MAX-1400W
50Hz
Frequency
Dimension/upright position (WxDxH)
Cord
approx. 335
x
1138
x
322
mm(13 3/16 x
7.6
length
6.4
Weight (approx.)
44
13/16
x
m(25')
kg(14lb)
PARTS
Model
Dust
VUP545NB
Bag
Type UR-B(Part No.:5231FI2453B)
Belt
Exhaust
4400FI3348A
5231FI3756A
Filter(HEPA)
17
12
11/16 ")
BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE
Review this chart to find out
a
possible
solution if
a
minor
problem
needed, other than that described here, should be performed by
occurs.
Any
service
authorized service
an
center.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect electrical
supply
before
could result in electrical shock
Problem
Possible
Cleaner
1. Not
won't
2. No
run.
or
servicing or cleaning
personal injury.
the unit. Failure to do
Possible solution
cause
firmly plugged in
voltage in wall outlet
3. On/Off switch not turned
1.
Plug
in
firmly.
2. Check fuse
on
or
breaker.
3. Push On/Off switch.
4. Blown fuse
4. Ask authorized service center.
5. Thermal
5.
protector operated
Unplug,
turn off and allow to
cool. See page 3.
Cleaner won't
1. Broken
pick
2. Worn
2.
3. Full
3.
up.
or worn
belt
1.
agitator brush
or clogged dust bag
4. Hole in hose
5. Dust
cover
4.
improperly
6. Belt not installed
Dust
1.
escapes the
2. Torn
paper
so
Bag improperly
bag
on
installed
motor shaft
installed
5.
Replace belt.
Replace agitator.
Change bag.
Replace hose.
Properly install
6. Install belt
1. Install
2.
bag.
18
on
motor shaft.
bag properly.
Replace bag.
MEMO
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