V-4300D/T/HT/CT V-4350D/T/HT/CT V-4300DV/TV/HTV/CTV V-4350DV/TV/HTV/CTV P/No.: 3828Fi2003T Made in KOREA 2 6 3 2 5 4 1 13 13 2 5 16 5 6 6 15 10 10 10 9 11 9 [fig. 1] 2 1 5 6 [fig. 2] 4 56 [fig. 3] 3 4 6 5 14 9 13 11 10 12 --2-- 15 16 12 18 13 17 14 19 20 22 21 min max min max 25 26 27 23 24 28 31 29 30 --3-- 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 lead is damaged appliance If the mains faulty. If the mains lead is damaged, it must be replaced by an approved LG Electronics Service Agent as special tools are needed to repair it. Always switch the vaccum cleaner off before or : changing the dust bag changing or cleaning the filters. If no dustbag is inserted, the cover ? Do not vacuum flammable substances(liquids Do not vacuum use or cannot force! or explosive gases). hot ash, embers etc. nor sharp objects. Do not vacuum water or other How to Use Connecting ? be closed. Please do not For appliances which come with mains lead and plug moulded on : the plug moulded on to the cord incorporates a fuse. For replacement use 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. The plug must not be used if the fuse cover/carrier is lost. A replacement cover/ carrier must be obtained from authorised electrical goods 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 occur should such a plug be inserted into a 13 amp socket elsewhere in the house. Assembling the tubes (depending model) Metal - When you vacuum with an attachment appliance that has a rotating brush roller: do not reach into the running brush roller. Important for users in the UK. The wires in the mains lead of this appliance are coloured in accordance with the following code: BROWN live BLUE-neutral As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, 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 a 3 pin plug. ? - Ifa13ampplugisfitted,fita13ampBS 1362 fuse. If any other type of plug is used, protect with 15 amp fuse at the distribution board. on tube(4) together the two tubes by twisting slightly. Telescopic tube (5) [fig. 1] Hold spring latch (6) Pull out the tube to required length. Release spring latch to lock. ?Telescopic tube(5) [fig. 3] Push spring latch(6) forward. Pull out tube to required length. Release spring latch to lock. Telescopic tube(5) [fig. 2] Release locking knob(6) (turn clockwise). Pull out tube to required length. Turn locking knob anti-clockwise as far as it will go. Using the cleaning head and Accessory Nozzles (depending on model) Fit the large ? liquids. the flexible hose Push the end of the head(1) on the flexible hose(2) into the attachment point on the vacuum cleaner. To remove the flexible hose from the vacuum cleaner, press on the button(3) situated on the head, then pull upwards. Fit ? - - - - - - ? - - - cleaning head onto the end of the tube. The 2 position head(9) is equipped with a pedal(10) which allows you to alter its position according to the type of floor to be cleaned. Hard floor position(tiles, parquet floors...). Press on the pedal to lower the brush.Carpet or rug position. Press on the pedal to lift the brush up. If your appliance is equipped with an automatic cleaning head(11) without pedal, it automatically adapts to the ? ? a --4-- type of floor to be cleaned. ? ? Crevice Tool(12) For vacuuming in those normally inaccessible places i.e. reaching cobwebs, or down the side of a sofa! Upholstery Nozzle(13) For vacuuming upholstery, mattresses, etc. The thread collectors help to pick up the threads and fluff. ? outlines, books and other plug in and (depending uneven objects. use the power level on model) ?The flexible hose handle(17) has a manual air flow regulator(18) which allows you to briefly reduce the suction level. ?Electronic power control(19) Suction capacity increases steplessly up to MAX. ?Electronic power control(20) OFF:Power off MIN: Low power MAX:Full power. AUTO: Suction capacity will change automatically according to the quantity of surface dust. Park-System(21) For short breaks during vacuuming, for small piece of furniture or a rug, use the¡APark system¡B to support the flexible hose and cleaning head. Slide the hook attached to the large cleaning tool into the slot on the rear of the appliance. example to move a ? Carrying and storage(22) Changing it away. To refit a new bag push the cardboard support of a new bag into the bag mount (27)until it will go no further. bag If your appliance is fitted with a fabric dust bag follow the same instructions above. it and replace it(28). Do not wash it. Note: as the appliance is fitted with a safety device which checks that the bag is in place you cannot close the lid if the bag is not fitted correctly. as Empty Cleaning The dustbag needs changing when the cleaner is set to maximum power and the cleaner head is off the floor but the "bag full" indicator window(23) is completely coloured red. Even if the dustbag does not appear to be full at this stage, it should be changed. It could be that a great deal of very fine dust has clogged up the pores of the dust bag. Turn off the appliance and unplug it. Open the cover by pressing the hook(24) and lifting it up until it snaps into place. Changing the air outlet filters Depending on the model you have chosen your appliance is equipped with different types of filters : foam filter or electrostatic filter or anti-odour charcoal filter(30). To change these filters remove the cover of the filter compartment(31) situated at the rear of the appliance, by lifting the little catch. The foam filter, should be cleaned regularly by tapping it to remove the dirt. The electrostatic filter or anti-odor charcoal filter should be changed regularly (approximately every 6 bag changes) ? ? What to do if your does not work appliance Check that the appliance is correctly plugged in and that the electrical socket is working. What to do when the suction performance reduces? ? ? ? ? ? the motor filter The motor filter is situated inside the appliance between the dust bag and the motor. Each time that you change the air outlet filter we advise you to remove the motor filter(29)and to clean it by tapping to remove the dirt and then replacing it in the vacuum cleaner. ? When you have switched off and unplugged the appliance, press on the button (16) to automatically rewind the cord. You can move or store your appliance in a vertical position by sliding the hook on the large cleaning head into the clip on the underside of the appliance. the dust ? frames furniture Pull out the mains lead to the desired length and plug into the socket. Press button (15) to start the vacuum cleaner. To stop it press the button (15) again. Adjusting appliance is equipped with either a bag or a fabric dust bag (25) (depending on model) Take hold of the dust bag by the handle and pull. Seal bag using the flap(26) on bag cardboard. Remove the bag and throw paper dust ? Dusting brush(14) For vacuuming picture How to Your ? --5-- the appliance and unplug it. Check that the tubes, flexible hose and cleaning tool are not blocked. Check that the dust bag is not full.Replace it if necessary. Check that the air outlet filter is not blocked. Replace it if necessary. Stop SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS The serial number is found number is unique You should record this guide Date of Dealer as a the bottom of this unit. This on to this unit and not available to others. requested information here and retain permanent record of your purchase purchased purchase. from Dealer address Dealer phone No. Model No. Serial No. TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART Review this chart to find WARNING do-it-yourself solutions for minor performance problems. Disconnect power supply before servicing and/or cleaning the unit electrical shock could occur and/or the cleaner could suddenly start. : Possible Cause Problem Cleaner won't 1. run. Unplugged at wall outlet. 2. Power control S/W is in "OFF" position. as Possible solution 1. Plug in firmly. 2. Push switch button. 3. Regulate power control switch. Poor suction. 1. Full 2. clogged filter bag. Clogged clean filter. or 3. Hole in hose. 4. Clogged 5. Filter nozzle. cover 1. 2. 3. Change the filter bag. Change the clean filter. Replace hose. 4. Clean the air passage of nozzle. open. 5. Close filter Cleaner rugs hard. or picks movable nozzle pushes 1. Suction too strong. 1. Regulate lever. too --6-- cover. power control POSSIBLE SVC PARTS LIST Part Number Description BASE, BODY 3040FI1463A COVER, HANDLE 3550FI1480A MOUNT, BAG 3500FI2238D PACKING, DUST SEAL 3920FI1278A WHEEL 4660FI2403A CASTER ASS'Y 4441FI3605A FILTER(MECH), FILTER MOTOR SAFETY 5231FI4518E ASS'Y, CLOTH 5231FI2444A HOLDER, UPPER 4930FI2442A HOLDER, LOWER 4930FI2441A CORD REEL ASS'Y 4687FI1465U MOTOR ASS'Y 4681FI2373J PACKING, ABSORBING 3920FI2405A COVER 3551FI2418B ASS'Y, SOUND PACKING, SEAL 3920FI3737A COVER, BODY 3550FI1482A SWITCH 6601FI3149B ASS'Y, PUSH ASS'Y 3550FI1481A PACKING, FILTER 3920FI3733A TOOL, CREVICE 5058FI3462A NOZZLE, UPHOLSTERY 5248FI2259A BRUSH 5202FI3474A ASS'Y, DUST INDICATOR ASS'Y 3521FI3696A COVER, TERMINAL 3550FI1484A COVER, WIRE 3550FI3762A FILTER 5231FI4709A ASS'Y, EXHAUST ASS'Y, TELESCOPIC HOSE 5201FI2443F ASS'Y, FLEXIBLE NOZZLE A-1 TYPE 6871FX2101E COVER, FILTER PIPE CLOTH 4I23008B PACKING, MOTOR MOUNTING PWB(PCB) Remark 5215FI1305C ASS'Y, FLOOR 5249FI1389A --7-- 3 LAYERS PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD SLIDE VOLUME TS S/W 1 R5 VR1 VR2 2 TRIAC R3 3.9K 1/2W C3 R2 33 1/2W T2 DIAC GT1 R4 33 1/2W SERVICE CENTER For service, please Area contact our authorized service center listed below. Telephone Number Fax. Number Jeddah (02) 629 2929 ext. 310 (02) 629 1121 Jeddah (02) 663 2325 ext. 343 (02) 665 2837 Riyadh (01) 461 5559 (01) 463 3126 Al-Khobar (03) 857 2929 (03) 857 7643 --8-- R1 100 1/2W SPECIFICATIONS 235mm 305mm ? POWER ? CAPACITY ? CURRENT :9.5A ? ? : IEC-1200W, MAX-1500W : 5.3L FREQUENCY VOLTAGE 522mm : 60Hz : 127V ? POWER CONTROL ? CORD LENGTH ? NET WEIGHT : : : SLIDE CONTROL, PUSH ON/OFF 5m 5.4kg ?NETDIMENSIONS:305×522×235(W×D×H) ?PACKINGDINENSIONS:358×577×370(W×D×H) ? ATTACHMENTS HOSE ................................................1EA NOZZLE .............................................1EA TELESCOPIC PIPE .......................1(2)EA PIPE) DUSTING BRUSH..............................1EA STEP STEEL CREVICE TOOL.................................1EA DUST FILTER BAG............................1EA UPHOLSTERY NOZZLE ....................1EA (2 These specifications are subject to change according --9-- to the agent/buyer's request. ? Serial Number How to read Serial Number. : There is attached Example) a Serial Number label on back side of this 009KB00001 Serial No. PRODUCT CODE. MANUFATURED MONTH. MANUFATURED YEAR(LAST DIGITAL). --10-- product.