LG | VC4916NRT | LG VC4916NRT Owner’s Manual

Model
Language
Page
Material
Date
Part No.
VC49**AKD
English+Arabic
45
Weight 100g
2010.01.15
MFL62558826
Color(cover/body) 2/2
Size(W*H)
190×260(mm)
Designer
QIAOLIANG
Description
Owner’s Manual
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OWNER'S MANUAL
VC4916**
VC4918**
VC4920**
New Type Cyclone Vacuum Cleaner
This information contains important instructions for the safe use and maintenance of the vacuum cleaner.
Especially, please read all of the information on page 4,5 for your safety.
Please keep this manual in an easily accessible place and refer to it anytime.
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Table of contents
Specifications ........................................................................................................... 3
Important safety instructions ................................................................................. 4~5
How to use ................................................................................................................ 6
Assembling vacuum cleaner ................................................................................................................. 6~8
Operating vacuum cleaner .................................................................................................................... 10~11
Using carpet and floor nozzle ................................................................................................................ 12~13
Using All Floor nozzle and mini turbine nozzle ...................................................................................... 14
Using accessory nozzles ....................................................................................................................... 15~16
Emptying dust tank ................................................................................................................................ 17
Cleaning dust tank ................................................................................................................................. 18
Cleaning air filter and motor safety filter ................................................................................................ 19
Cleaning exhaust filter ........................................................................................................................... 20
What to do if your vacuum cleaner does not work? ............................................. 21
What to do when suction performance decreases? ............................................. 21
Specifications
275
259
402
Dimension: 402(mm) x 259(mm) x 275(mm)=L x W x H
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
How to use
Assembling vacuum cleaner
ON/OFF type with dual pipe or common telescopic pipe (depending on the model)
Hose Handle
2
3
Dual pipe
Spring latch
Telescopic pipe
1
(depending on model)
1
Carpet and Floor nozzle
(depending on model)
Push telescopic pipe or dual
pipe into the nozzle outlet.
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2
Telescopic pipe
(depending on model)
• Push the spring latch to release.
• Pull out the pipe to the desired length.
• Release spring latch to lock the pipe
in position.
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Dual pipe
(depending on model)
Fit together the two pipes by
twisting slightly when choose
dual pipe.
How to use
Assembling vacuum cleaner
ON/OFF type and Rotary type with advanced telescopic pipe (depending on the model)
Hose Handle
2
(depending on model)
Telescopic pipe
Spring latch
1
(depending on model)
1
Carpet and floor nozzle
(Depending on model)
Push the nozzle into the telescopic pipe.
2
(depending on model)
Telescopic pipe
(Depending on model)
• Push telescopic pipe firmly into hose handle.
• Grasp the spring latch to expand.
• Pull out the pipe to desired length.
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How to use
Assembling vacuum cleaner
Hose slide Type (depending on the model)
Hose Handle
2
(depending on model)
Telescopic pipe
Spring latch
1
(depending on model)
1
Carpet and floor nozzle
(depending on model)
Push the nozzle into the telescopic pipe.
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2
(depending on model)
Telescopic pipe
(depending on model)
• Push telescopic pipe firmly into hose handle.
• Grasp the spring latch to expand.
• Pull out the pipe to desired length.
Button
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Attachment Point
3
Connecting the hose to the vacuum cleaner
Push the fitting pipe on the flexible hose into the attachment point
on the vacuum cleaner.
To remove the flexible hose from the vacuum cleaner, press the
button situated on the fitting pipe, then pull the fitting pipe out of the
vacuum cleaner.
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How to use
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Operating vacuum cleaner
1
ON/OFF type
(Depending on model)
Power
switch
Plug
1
Rotary type
(Depending on model)
Cord
reel button
Power
switch
Rotary
control knob
Hose slide type
(Depending on model)
Plug
Cord
reel button
Cord
reel button
Plug
Air Flow Regulator
Open
Air Flow Regulator
MIN
MAX
Air Flow Regulator
POWER
CONTROL
Open
Open
Control knob
FLOOR
Close
Close
MIN
MAX
CARPET
Close
SOFA
MAX
CURTAIN
OFF
MIN
Rotary
control knob
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How to operate
(ON/OFF type)
• Pull out the power cord to the
desired length and plug into the
socket.
• Press power switch to start the
vacuum cleaner.
• The flexible hose handle has a
manual air flow regulator which
allows you to briefly reduce the
suction level.
• Press the cord reel button to
rewind the power cord after use.
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How to operate
(Rotary type)
• Pull out the power cord to the
desired length and plug into the
socket.
• Press power switch to start the
vacuum cleaner.
• Slide the rotary control knob to
adjust the suction level.
• The flexible hose handle has a
manual air flow regulator which
allows you to briefly reduce the
suction level.
• Press the cord reel button to
rewind the power cord after use.
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How to operate
(Hose slide type)
• Pull out the power cord to
the desired length and plug
into the socket.
• Place the control knob of
the hose handle to the
required position.
• To turn off, slide control
knob to OFF position.
• Press the cord reel button
to rewind the power cord
after use.
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Park mode
• To store during vacuuming, for example
to move a small piece of furniture or a rug,
use park mode to support the flexible hose
and nozzle.
- Slide the hook on the nozzle into the slot
on the side of vacuum cleaner.
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Storage
• When you have switched off and
unplugged the vacuum cleaner,
press the cord reel button to
automatically rewind the cord.
• You can store your vacuum cleaner
in a vertical position by sliding the
hook on the nozzle into the slot on
the underside of the vacuum cleaner.
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How to use
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2
1 Carpet and floor nozzle
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Using carpet and floor nozzle
2 Hard Floor Nozzle
(depending on model)
(depending on model)
• The 2 position nozzle
This is equipped with a pedal which
allows you to alter its position according
to the type of floor to be cleaned.
• Carpet or rug position
Press the pedal to lift the brush up.
• Hard floor position (tiles, parquets floor)
Press the pedal to lower brush.
• Efficient cleaning of hard floors
(wood, linoleum, etc)
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4
Long Carpet
Cleaning Turbine Nozzle
Hard Floor Nozzle
3
Hard floor nozzle
(depending on model)
• You can perform cleaning at any
place like corner or crevice since
revolution is free.
Short Carpet
2
4
Turbine Nozzle
(depending on model)
• Cleaning turbine brush nozzle.
• Press the button on the rear side of the. nozzle
to separate the air cover
• Use the dusting brush & crevice tool to vacuum
clean the brush and fan.
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How to use
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Using All Floor nozzle and mini turbine nozzle
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Carpet
Pedal
Floor
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All Floor nozzle
(depending on model)
• The 2 position nozzle
This is equipped with a pedal which allows you
to alter its position according to the type of floor
to be cleaned.
• Carpet or rug position
Press the pedal ( ), then brush will rotate.
• Hard floor position
Press the pedal ( ), then brush will stop rotating.
Cleaning All Floor nozzle
• Open the cover by pulling the hook.
• Clean the hole and brush of the nozzle.
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Press
2
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Mini turbine nozzle
(depending on model)
• Mini turbine is used for stairs and other hard
to reach places.
• To clean the mini turbine nozzle, remove the
nozzle cover : Remove 2 screws on the bottom
and take mini turbine nozzle cover off as shown.
• Frequently clean and remove hair, string, and
lint build-up in the brush area.
Failure to do so could damage to mini turbine nozzle.
How to use
Using accessory nozzles
Crevice tool
1
1
Crevice Tool
(depending on model)
Crevice tool is for vacuuming
in those normally hard-to-reach
places such as reaching cobwebs
or between the cushions of a sofa.
Dusting brush
Upholstery nozzle
2
2
Upholstery Nozzle
(depending on model)
Upholstery nozzle is for
vacuuming upholstery,
mattresses etc.
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3
Dusting Brush
(depending on model)
Dusting brush is for vacuuming
picture frames, furniture frames,
books and other irregular surfaces.
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How to use
Using accessory nozzles
Upholstery nozzle
Crevice tool
2
1
1
Crevice Tool
(depending on model)
Crevice tool is for vacuuming
in those normally hard-to-reach
places such as reaching cobwebs
or between the cushions of a sofa.
NOTICE
Use accessory in the sofa mode.
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Dusting brush
2
Upholstery Nozzle
(depending on model)
Upholstery nozzle is for
vacuuming upholstery,
mattresses etc.
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3
Dusting Brush
(depending on model)
Dusting brush is for vacuuming
picture frames, furniture frames,
books and other irregular surfaces.
How to use
Emptying dust tank
Caution: Do not push the button when
you carry the vacuum cleaner.
If push the button, it is easy to
detach the dust tank from the
vacuum cleaner.
Cleaning the dust tank.
• Open the tank cap.
• Wash both parts with soft material.
Gently rinse both parts under a cold running tap.
WARNING!
Gently rinse both parts separately under a cold
running tap until the water runs clear.
Do not use detergent or a washing machine or
dishwasher.
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How to use
Push button and pull out dust tank.
Raise dust tank cap.
Dry fully in shade so that moisture is entirely removed.
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Cleaning dust tank
NOTICE
If suction power decreases after cleaning dust tank, clean
air filter and motor safety filter. Next page
How to use
Cleaning air filter and motor safety filter
Air filter
Motor
safety filter
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How to use
Cleaning exhaust filter
• The exhaust filter is a reusable HEPA filter.
• To change the exhaust filter, remove the filter cover on the body by release hook.
• Pull out the exhaust filter.
• Dust off filter.
• The exhaust filter should be cleaned at least once a year.
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What to do if your vacuum cleaner does not work?
Check that the vacuum cleaner is plugged in correctly and that the electrical socket is working.
What to do when suction performance decreases?
• Turn off the vacuum cleaner and unplug it.
• Check the dual pipe or telescopic pipe, flexible hose and cleaning tool for blockages or obstructions.
• Check that the dust tank is not full. Empty if necessary.
• Check that the exhaust filter is not clogged. Clean the exhaust filter if necessary.
• Check that the air filter is not clogged. Clean the air filter if necessary.
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CONTROL
FLOOR
CARPET
MIN
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SOFA
CURTAIN
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