LG | V-2600TE | LG V-2600TE Owner’s Manual

VACUUM CLEANER
OWNER'S MANUAL
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY AND THOROUGHLY
THE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE INSTALLING AND
OPERATING YOUR VACUUM CLEANER.
MODEL: V-2600TE
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
When
using
electrical
an
appliance,
basic
precautions
should
always
be fol-
lowed, including the following:
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS APPLIANCE
WARNING
To reduce the risk of
--
1. Do not leave
appliance
servicing.
before
2. Do not
use
outdoors
when
or on
3. Do not allow to be used
in.
Unplug
or
injury:
from outlet when not in
use
and
wet surfaces.
as a
toy. Close attention is necessary when used by
or
children.
near
4. Use
plugged
fire, electric shock,
only
described in this manual. Use
as
only
manufacturer's recommended
attachments.
5. Do not
use with damaged cord or plug.
dropped, damaged, left outdoors,
been
If
appliance is not working as it should, has
dropped into water, return it to a service
or
center.
6. Do not
around
pull or carry by cord, use cord as a handle, close a door on cord, or pull cord
sharp edges or corners. Do not run appliance over cord. Keep cord away
from heated surfaces.
7. Do not
unplug by pulling
8. Do not handle
9. Do not
free of
10.
plug
or
on
cord. To
appliance
grasp the
not the cord.
plug,
with wet hands.
put any object into openings. Do not use with any opening blocked; keep
dust, lint, hair, and anything that may reduce air flow.
Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers,
moving parts.
11. Do not
unplug,
pick
up
anything
that is
and all
burning
or
parts of body away from openings and
smoking,
such
cigarettes, matches,
as
or
hot ashes.
12. Do not
use
13. Turn off all
14. Use extra
15. Do not
areas
16. Hold
without dust
when
cleaning
on
place.
stairs.
pick up flammable or
they may be present.
to
where
plug
and/or filters in
controls, before unplugging.
care
use
bag
when
rewinding
combustible
liquids
onto cord reel. Do not allow
--2--
such
plug
as
to
gasoline
whip
when
or use
in
rewinding.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
THE SERIAL NUMBER IS FOUND ON THE BOTTOM OF THIS UNIT. THIS
NUMBER IS UNIQUE TO THIS UNIT AND NOT AVAILABLE TO OTHERS.
YOU SHOULD RECORD REQUESTED INFORMATION HERE AND RETAIN
THIS GUIDE AS A PERMANENT RECORD OF YOUR PURCHASE.
DATE OF PURCHASE
DEALER PURCHASED FROM
DEALER ADDRESS
DEALER PHONE NO.
MODEL NO.
SERIAL NO.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FEATURES......................................................................................................................4
INSTALLATIONS .............................................................................................................5
OPERATING....................................................................................................................6
BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE...............................................................................10
TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART ....................................................................................10
SPECIFICATIONS .........................................................................................................11
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FEATURES
Dust Indicator
Cord Reel
Button
Switch Button
(ON/OFF)
Hose
Plug
Wheel
Carrying
Pocket
Extension
Wands
Carrying
Pocket
Suction Inlet
Nozzle
ATTACHMENT
1.
Dusting
Brush: Ideal for
curtains, ceilings,
2. Crevice Tool: For
corners, behind
etc.
--4--
light cleaning
such
as
nets,
window sills.
places hard to clean carpet edges,
lounge cushions, interior of drawers,
INSTALLATIONS
WARNING
the
unit,
--
otherwise electric shock could
1. Electric shock could
2.
Disconnect electrical
Keep
occur
occur
before
servicing
and/or cleaner could
if used outdoors
children away from the
supply
or on
suddenly
cleaning
start.
wet surfaces.
cleaner at all times.
vacuum
and/or
Injury
could result from
inhalation.
3. Never leave
4. The cord
and hold
5.
a vacuum
moves
Always unplug
9.
your
when not in
vacuum
check the dust
air filter
or
Keep
place
bag,
on
bag
floor-not
after
vacuum
perfumes etc.,
and
on
chairs,
cigarette
use
butts
or
fire-
cleaner where
are
cleaning fluids,
present. This could
fire.
vacuum
a
clear
path
not the cord.
unplugging.
to the vacuum cleaner.
flammable vapors from
11. Store
children.
more
than
a
moment
vacuuming carpet. Fine soot and dust can clog the
cause the bag to burst. Failure to clean could
stairs.
ashes. Never
cause a
plug;
cleaner whenever you leave it for
etc. Care must be taken when
cleaning
10. Never
the
reduce the airflow and
permanent damage
cleaner
near
use.
Always
tables,
by pulling
turn off the vacuum cleaner before
Always
cause
in and unattended
rapidly when rewinding. Keep children away, provide
rewinding the cord to avoid personal injury.
the power cord
Always unplug
7.
8.
plugged
when
plug
6.
or
cleaner
cleaner in
a
cool, clean
dry place.
--5--
12. Never
place sharp
or
heavy objects
the power cord. Shock
could occur.
13. Never
operate with
a
or
on
fire hazard
damaged
cord
or
plug.
14. Never
the cleaner to
pick up sharp
objects, small toys, pins, paper,
etc. They may damage the cleaner or
dust bag.
use
hard
15. Use this
normal
er
is
vacuum
jobs
usually
that
cleaner
a
home
only
for those
vacuum
clean-
used.
OPERATING
1. Insert the end of wand into the other
for
connecting
one
the wands.
2. Insert the extension wand into the nozzle.
3. Insert the end of the hose into the canister
pressing the hose clamp button until it
snaps. (To remove, press the hose clamp
button and pull out.)
--6--
Hose Clamp
Button
4. Insert the wand into the other side of the
hose.
"
5. Press the
"
carpet key
ing the carpet. If you want
press the floor
key
to clean
marked
Carpet/Floor
Key
for clean-
"
floor,
".
6. Pull out the cord from the back of the
cleaner and
near
plug
cord into outlet located
Do not
pull
Cord Reel Button
Switch Button
the wall.
out the cord
beyond
the red
mark.
Pulling
may
the cord out
cause
When
problems
cleaning
is
Yellow
Mark
past the red mark
with the cord reel.
completed, unplug
depress the
cord from wall outlet and
cord reel button. The cord will automat-
ically
Red Mark
rewind.
Handle
7. Press the switch button.
(ON/OFF
SWITCH)
Knob
8. When you want the proper
vacuum
power for curtains and clothes, slide the
knob on the handle to control the vacuum
power.
--7--
9. Pass the nozzle
lightly
over
the floor.
Do not exert excessive pressure on the
floor nozzle, as this may damage the
floor, particularly parquet floors. Best
results will be obtained
by applying only
pressure to the nozzle. If the nozzle feels sluggish, raise the front end
light
slightly
as
10. To
to decrease the suction power
shown in the illustration.
use
the
attachment, pull
attachment at the
out the
rear.
Crevice Tool
11. When not in use, attach the holder of
pipe to the body hole
in upright position.
while the
body
is
12. The dust indicator shows the amount of
dust that has collected in the dust
bag.
The way to check the dust indicator is
as follows.
Look at the dust indicator after sepathe nozzle 10cm from the floor.
rating
If the
sign
is
red, bag is full. Clean the
cloth filter
bag.
If the
isn't
sign
red, continue
to use.
--8--
Dust Indicator
13. How to clean the cloth filter
bag.
Unplug
cord from wall outlet.
Pull out the hose from the cleaner in
the direction of the
by lifting
arrow
the front of lid
as
and open lid
shown.
Pull out the used cloth filter
unfastening setting
To
bag by
Hook.
empty the cloth filter bag, simply
bag clip off and empty the
slide the
Hose
dirt.
Refit the
clip
into the cloth filter
Never fail to fit cloth filter
bag
bag.
with the
clip.
Setting
Hook
Clip
14. How to clean motor
Check motor
safety
filter.
safety filter occasionally
dirty.
and clean when
cord from outlet.
Unplug
Grasp
hose and open lid
Remove
filter, wash it in
Motor
Filter
by lifting.
warm
soapy
water, rinse and then dry in the
shade. Do not wash it in dishwasher
or
washing
machine.
Push down to slide filter into
place.
Close lid.
--9--
Safety
BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE
Proper assembly
and safe
use
of your
ties. Read this "Owner's Manual"
cleaner
vacuum
carefully
for
important
are
your
and
use
personal responsibilisafety information.
TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART
Review this chart to find
WARNING
--
Disconnect electrical
the unit. If not, electric shock could
Problem
Cleaner won't
solutions for minor
do-it-yourself
supply
performance problems
before
servicing
and/or cleaner could
occur
suddenly
Possible Cause
run.
1.
Unplugged
at wall
start.
1.
Plug
in
firmly; push
switch button.
2. Push switch is not in
3. No
cleaning
Possible Solution
outlet.
"ON"
and/or
2. Push switch button.
position.
voltage
in wall
3. Check fuse
or
breaker.
outlet.
Cleaner suction
1. Full
low.
or
or
clogged dust bag
blockage.
1. Clean the cloth filter
airflow
or
bag
check the airflow
passage.
2. Hole in hose
3.
Clogged
2.
nozzle.
Replace
hose.
3. Clean the airflow
passage of nozzle.
4. Lid open.
4. Close lid.
5. Hose is not
properly
connected to cleaner.
6. The knob
is
on
the handle
opened.
5. Ensure hose is
6. Close the knob
sliding
--10--
properly
connected.
it.
by
SPECIFICATIONS
232mm
286mm
381mm
POWER SOURCE: ON RATING PLATE
CAPACITY:
2.6L
CORD LENGTH: 5
m
NET WEIGHT: 4.0
kg
NET DIMENSIONS:
286×381×232mm(W×D×H)
PACKING DIMENSIONS: 338×450×393mm
(W×D×H)
ATTACHMENTS
HOSE
....................................................................................................................
EXTENSION WAND
.............................................................................................
CLOTH FILTER BAG
CREVICE TOOL
These
............................................................................................
...................................................................................................
specifications
are
subject
to
change according
--11--
to the
1 EA
2 EA
1 EA
1 EA
agent/buyer's request.
P/NO: 3874Fi3286H
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