LG | VC6820UR | LG VC6820UR Owner’s Manual

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2009.06.09
MFL62069213
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150×220(mm)
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Zdongyue
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OWNER’S MANUAL
VC6820NRT
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
Important safety instructions ..............................................................................4~5
How to use .................................................................................................................6
Assembling vacuum cleaner....................................................................................................................6
Operating vacuum cleaner.....................................................................................................................8
Using carpet and floor nozzle ................................................................................................................9
User’s guide for turbine nozzle .............................................................................................................10
Using accessory nozzles .......................................................................................................................11
Emptying dust tank ................................................................................................................................12
Cleaning dust tank .................................................................................................................................13
Cleaning air filter and motor safety filter ................................................................................................14
Cleaning exhaust filter ...........................................................................................................................15
What to do if your vacuum cleaner does not work ..............................................16
What to do when suction performance decreases ..............................................16
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read and follow all instructions before using your vacuum cleaner to prevent the risk of fire,electric shock, personal injury,or
damage when using the vacuum cleaner.This guide do not cover all possible conditions that may occur.Always contact your
service agent or manufacturer about problems that you do not understand. This appliance complies with the following EC
Directives :-73/23/EEC,93/68/EEC-Low Voltage Directive–89/336EEC –EMC Directive.
This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.
All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word “WARNING” or “CAUTION.”
These words mean:
WARNING
This symbol will alert you to hazards or unsafe practices which could cause serious
bodily harm or death.
CAUTION
This symbol will alert you to hazards or unsafe practices which could
cause bodily injury or property damage.
WARNING
• Disconnect electrical supply before servicing or
cleaning the unit or when cleaner is not in use.
Failure to do so could result in electrical shock or personal
injury.
• Do not use vacuum cleaner to pick up anything that
is burning or smoking such as cigarettes, or hot
ashes.
Doing so could result in death, fire or electrical shock.
• Do not vacuum flammable or explosive substances
such as gasoline, benzene, thinners, propane
(liquids or gases).
The fumes from these substances can create a fire hazard
or explosion. Doing so could result in death or personal
injury.
• Do not handle plug or vacuum cleaner with wet
hands.
Doing so could result in death or electrical shock.
• Do not unplug by pulling on cord.
Doing so could result in product damage or electrical shock.
To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
• Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers, and all parts of
the body away from openings and moving parts.
Failure to do so could result in electrical shock or personal
injury.
• Do not pull or carry by cord, use cord as a handle,
close a door on cord, or pull cord around sharp
edges or corners. Do not run vacuum cleaner over
cord. Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
Failure to do so could result in electrical shock or personal
injury or fire or product damage.
• Do not allow to be used as toy. Close attention is
necessary when used by or near children.
Personal injury or product damage could result.
• Do not use the vacuum cleaner if the power cord or
plug is damaged or faulty.
Personal injury or product damage could result. In these
cases, contact LG Electronics Service Agent to avoid hazard.
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• Do not use vacuum cleaner if it has been under water.
Personal injury or product damage could result. In these
cases, contact LG Electronics Service Agent to avoid hazard.
• Do not continue to vacuum if any parts appear
missing or damaged.
Personal injury or product damage could result. In these
cases, contact LG Electronics Service Agent to avoid hazard.
• Do not use an extension cord with this vacuum
cleaner
Fire hazard or product damage could result.
• Using proper voltage.
Using improper voltage may result in damage to the motor
and possible injury to the user. Proper voltage is listed on
the bottom of vacuum cleaner.
• Turn off all controls before unplugging.
Failure to do so could result in electrical shock or personal injury.
• Do not change the plug in any way.
Failure to do so could result in electrical shock or personal
injury or product damage. Doing so result in death. If plug
does not fit, contact a qualified electrician to install the
proper outlet.
• Repairs to electrical appliances may only be
performed by qualified service engineers.
Improper repairs may lead to serious hazards for the user.
• Do not plug in if control knob is not in OFF position.
Personal injury or product damage could result.
(Depending on model)
• Keep children away and beware of obstructions
when rewinding the cord to prevent personal injury
The cord moves rapidly when rewinding.(Depending on model)
• The hose contains electrical wires. Do not use it if it
is damaged, cut or punctured.
Failure to do so could result in death,or electrical shock.
(Depending on model)
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION
• Do not put any objects into openings.
Failure to do so could result in product damage.
• Do not use with any opening blocked: keep free of
dust, lint, hair, and anything that may reduce air
flow.
Failure to do so could result in product damage.
• Do not use vacuum cleaner without dust tank and/or
filters in place.
Failure to do so could result in product damage.
• Do not use vacuum cleaner to pick up sharp hard
objects, small toys, pins, paper clips, etc.
They may damage the cleaner or dust bin.
• Store the vacuum cleaner indoors.
Put the vacuum cleaner away after use to prevent tripping
over it.
• The vacuum cleaner is not intended to use by young
children or infirm people without supervision.
Failure to do so could result in personal injury or product
damage.
• Only use parts produced or recommended by LG
Electronics Service Agents.
Failure to do so could result in product damage.
• Use only as described in this manual. Use only with
LG recommended or approved attachments and
accessories.
• Use accessory nozzles in sofa mode.
Failure to do so could result in product damage.
• Make sure the filters (exhaust filter and motor safety
filter) are completely dry before replacing in the
machine.
Failure to do so could result in product damage.
• Do not dry the filter in an oven or microwave.
Failure to do so could result in fire hazard.
• Do not dry the filter in a clothes dryer.
Failure to do so could result in fire hazard.
• Do not dry near an open flame.
Failure to do so could result in fire hazard.
• Always clean the dust bin after vacuuming carpet
cleaners or fresheners, powders and fine dust.
These products clog the filters,reduce airflow and can cause
damage to the cleaner. Failure to clean the dust bin could
cause permanent damage to the cleaner.
(Depending on model)
• Don ’t grasp the tank handle when you are moving
the vacuum cleaner.
The vacuum cleaner’ s body may fall when separating tank
and body. Personal injury or product damage could result.
You should grasp the carrier handle when you are
moving the vacuum cleaner.(Depending on model)
Failure to do so could result in personal injury or product
damage.
• To avoid personal injury and to prevent the machine
from falling when cleaning stairs, always place it at
the bottom of stairs.
Failure to do so could result in personal injury or product
damage.
Thermal protector :
This vacuum cleaner has a special thermostat that protects the vacuum cleaner in case of motor
overheating. If the vacuum cleaner suddenly shuts off, turn off the switch and unplug the vacuum cleaner.
Check the vacuum cleaner for possible source of overheating such as a full dust tank, a blocked hose or
clogged filter. If these conditions are found, fix them and wait at least 30 minutes before attempting to use
the vacuum cleaner. After the 30 minute period, plug the vacuum cleaner back in and turn on the switch.
If the vacuum cleaner still does not run, contact a qualified LG authorised Service Agent.
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How to use Assembling vacuum cleaner
Hose Handle
2
Spring latch
Telescopic pipe
1
Carpet and floor nozzle
Telescopic pipe
Push the nozzle into the telescopic pipe.
• Push telescopic pipe firmly into hose handle.
• Grasp the spring latch to expand.
• Pull out the pipe to desired length.
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Button
3
Attachment Point
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 Operating vacuum cleaner
Cord reel button
Plug
Control knob
How to operate
Park mode
Storage
• 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.
• 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.
• 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
Using carpet and floor nozzle
1
2
Carpet
Pedal
Floor
Suction hole for
Device protection
Extension pipe for
Lenght Adjustment
Carpet and floor nozzle (depend on model)
Suction hole for device protection (depend 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.
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.
You can perform cleaning at any place
like corner or crevice since revolution
of the suction hole is free.
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How to use
3
Bottom
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How to use Using accessory nozzles
4
5
Upholstery nozzle
Dusting brush
Upholstery nozzle is for vacuuming
upholstery, mattresses etc.
Dusting brush is for vacuuming picture
frames, furniture frames, books and other
irregular surfaces.
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Crevice tool
Crevice tool is for vacuuming in those normally hard-toreach places such as reaching cobwebs or between the
cushions of a sofa.
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How to use
Emptying dust tank
Tank handle
Cleaning the dust “ tank”.
• Open the tank cap.
• Wash both parts with soft material.
Gently rinse both parts under a cold
running tap.
Gently rinse both parts separately under a cold
running tap until the water runs clear.
Do not use detergent or a washing machine
or dish washer.
Caution: Do not push the cover open button when you carry the vacuum cleaner.
If the cover opens, it is easy to detach the dust tank from the vacuum cleaner.
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How to use Cleaning dust tank
• Open cover with pushing button and pull out dust tank.
• Raise dust tank cap .
• Dry fully in shade so that moisture is entirely removed.
NOTICE
If suction power decreases after cleaning dust tank, clean air filter
and motor safety filter.
Next page
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How to use Cleaning air filter and motor safety filter
Air filter
If suction power is decreased after cleaning dust tank, clean air filter and
motor safety filter. Air filter and motor safety filter are located at the center
of vacuum cleaner in the above figure.
• Open the air filter cover by pulling the air filter cover lever and take
out air filter.
• Separate the parts
• Wash air filter and motor safety filter with water.
• Do not wash filters with hot water.
• Dry fully in shade so that moisture is entirely removed.
• Air filter and motor safety filter should be cleaned in the above case.
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NOTICE
If filters are damaged, do not use them.
In this cases, contact LG Electronics Service Agent.
Motor
safety filter
How to use Cleaning exhaust filter
Dust off filter. (Do not wash filter with water.)
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 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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P/No.: MFL62069213
P/No.: MFL62069213
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6 ...................................................................................................................................... WOzU°dNJ∞« WºMJL∞« VOØd¢
8 ....................................................................................................................................... WOzU°dNJ∞« WºMJL∞« qOGA¢
9 ................................................................................................................................. ÷¸_«Ë œUπº∞« W≥u≠ ‰ULF∑ß«
10 ............................................................................................................................ WOMO°dD∞« W≥uHK∞ ‰ULF∑ßô« qO∞œ
11....................................................................................................................................... …b´UºL∞« ‹U≥uH∞« ‰ULF∑ß«
12..................................................................................................................................................... ¸U∂G∞« W∂K´ m¥dH¢
13 .................................................................................................................................................. ¸U∂G∞« W∂K´ nOEM¢
14 ................................................................................................................ ‹UØd∫L∞« W±öß d∑K≠Ë ¡«uN∞« d∑K≠ nOEM¢
15................................................................................................................................................... ÂœUF∞« d∑K≠ nOEM¢
16........................................................................... ?ø…OzU°dNJ∞« WºMJL∞« qG∑A¢ r∞ «–« qLF¢ «–U±
16...................................................................................... ?øDHA∞« …uÆ iOHª¢ r¢ «–« qLF¢ «–U±
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