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Vacuum Cleaner
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safety information
SAFETY INFORMATION
WARNING
• Before operating the appliance, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for
your reference.
• Because these following operating instructions cover various models, the
characteristics of your vacuum cleaner may differ slightly from those described in this
WARNING
manual.
CAUTION/WARNING SYMBOLS USED
WARNING
caution
Indicates that a danger of death or serious injury exists.
Indicates that a risk of personal injury or material damage exists.
OTHER SYMBOLS USED
Represents something you must NOT do.
Represents something you must follow.
Indicates that you must disconnect the power plug from the socket.
save these instructions!
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Important safeguards
1. Read all instructions carefully. Before switching on, make sure that the voltage of your
electricity supply is the same as that indicated on the rating plate on the bottom of the
cleaner.
2. WARNING : D
o not use the vacuum cleaner when rug or floor is wet.
Do not use to suck up water.
3. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children. Do not
allow the vacuum cleaner to be used as a toy. Do not allow the vacuum cleaner to run
unattended at any time. Use the vacuum cleaner only for its intended use as described
in these instructions.
4. Do not use the vacuum cleaner without a dust bin. Empty the dust bin before it is full in
order to maintain the best efficiency.
5. Do not use the vacuum cleaner to pick up matches, live ashes or cigarette butts. Keep
the vacuum cleaner away from stoves and other heat sources. Heat can deform and
discolour the plastic parts of the unit. Also do not use your vacuum cleaner to pick up
sugar, salt, dust of building materials (e.g. cement, metal shavings and so on).
6. Avoid picking up hard, sharp objects with the vacuum cleaner as they may damage the
cleaner parts. Do not stand on the hose assembly. Do not put weight on the hose. Do
not block the suction or the exhaust port.
7. Switch the vacuum cleaner off on the body of the machine before unplugging from the
electrical outlet. Disconnect the plug from the electrical outlet before emptying the dust
bin. To avoid damage, please remove the plug by grasping the plug itself, not by pulling
on the cord.
8. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless
they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a
person responsible for their safety.
9. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
10. The plug must be removed from the socket outlet before cleaning or maintaining the
appliance.
11. The use of an extension cord is not recommended.
12. If your vacuum cleaner is not operating correctly, switch off the power supply and
consult an authorized service agent.
13. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service
agent or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
14. Don’t carry the vacuum cleaner by holding the hose. Use the handle on the vacuum
cleaner set.
15. Unplug the cleaner when not in use. Turn off the power switch before unplugging.
16. Be careful when you clean stairs. Do not use the vacuum cleaner when it fall over.
17. Do not tilt the dust bin, when water is inside the dust chamber.
18. Do not spray water.
Do not clean the switch part.
19. Strictly follow the recommendations in respect of servicing of filters and dust pack.
Ignoring these requirements could result in damage to the cleaner and reduce its service
life.
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contents
assembling the cleaner
05
operating the cleaner
06
maintain tools and filter
09
05 Assembling the cleaner
06 Preparing the aqua cyclone
07 Power cord
07 Power control
09 Using accessory
10 Maintain floor tools
11 Emptying the dust bin
12 Cleaning the dust pack
13 Changing the outlet filter
13 Change the battery (Optional)
troubleshooting
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assembling the cleaner
Assembling the cleaner
Optional
01assembling
• Features may vary according to model.
Refer to 5,7,8,10 page.
• For storage, park the floor nozzle.
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Preparing the aqua cyclone
1. For preparing the
cleaning, take the aqua
cyclone out by opening
the cover.
2. Pull the lever up to
disassemble the aqua
cyclone and separate
the upper part.
3. Pour water until it
reaches “MAX” level.
Do not use oil, vinegar,
detergent and all volatile
matter.
4. To adjust the water level
by the adjusting lever,
pull the lever open until
no water drops from the
dust bin.
5. Put on the upper part
and push the lever
down to assemble the
aqua cyclone.
6. Before use, push
the dust bin into the
main body and press
the cover dust of the
vacuum cleaner until
you hear the “click”
sound.
Maintain the aqua cyclone properly
• Clean the vacuum cleaner to avoid dust, lint, and hair build up.
• Clean or change the HEPA filters at regular intervals.
• Empty and clean the device after each use. Can lead to the breeding of bacteria and
fungus.
• Before disposing of the Aqua cyclone, cut the power plug off of the power cord. Then,
follow your local laws regarding the disposal of electrical appliances.
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Power cord
02operating
caution
• When removing the plug from the electrical outlet, grasp the plug, not the cord.
Power control
Remote-control type (Optional)
- hose
1. Vacuum cleaner ON/OFF(
)
Press the ON/OFF button to operate the
vacuum cleaner. Press again to stop the
vacuum cleaner.
2. Vacuum cleaner (+, -)
Press the (+) button to operate the vacuum
to high suction power. Press the (-) button to
operate the vacuum to low suction power.
Don’t cover the handle sender when you use a
handle control button.
sender
Handle Control
The cleaner is controlled by using
infrared signals.
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operating the cleaner
- BODY
Press the power control button repeatedly to select the
correct mode.
(ON[MAX] → OFF)
If the remote handle control is not working, the cleaner
can be operated using the control button on the body of
the machine.
The ON/OFF button operates the vacuum cleanner or stops it.
Body-control type (Optional)
- hose
To reduce suction for cleaning draperies, small rugs and
other light fabrics, pull the tap air until the hole is open.
- body
Press the power ON/OFF button repeatedly to start and
to stop the vacuum cleaner.
(ON ↔ OFF)
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maintain tools and filter
Using accessory
Accessory
03maintain
• Push the accessory on to the end of
thehose handle.
• To use the dusting tool, push the
accessory on to the end of the hose
handle.
• To use the upholstery tool, push the
accessory on to the end of the hose
handle.
Pipe
• Adjust the length of the telescopic pipe by sliding
the length control button located in the center of the
telescopic pipe back and forth.
• To check for blockages, separate the telescopic pipe and
adjust to shorten. This allows for easier removal of waste
clogging the tube.
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Maintain floor tools
2-Step brush (Optional)
Carpet Cleaning
Floor Cleaning
• Adjust the inlet lever according to the floor surface.
Remove waste matter completely if the inlet is blocked.
Parquet master brush (Optional)
Vacuum dust inwide area at once.
Remove waste matter completely if the
inlet is blocked.
Super turbine brush (Optional)
• For improved pickup of pet hair and fibre on carpets.
1
open
2
3
4
close
Frequent vacuuming of hair or pet fur may cause a falling-off of the rotation
due to matters tangled around the drum. In this case, clean the drum with
care.
1. Click the lever to the arrow direction as shown figure1 and open the cover.
2. Remove dust inside the brush housing using a dry duster or crevice tool.
3. Remove waste matter such as dust and hair tangled around the brushbar using
scissors.
4. Click the lever to the arrow direction as shown figure4 and close the cover.
caution
Please be careful not to damage the brush.
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Emptying the dust bin
1. Lift the cover lock and
open the cover to take
the aqua cyclone out of
the main body.
2. Place the aqua cyclone
on the flat table. Hold
the lever up and
separate the upper part
completely.
03maintain
You should clean the Aqua cyclone after each vacuuming. Be sure to clean
the vacuum over a sink or other basin to keep your floor and carpets. To
clean the Aqua cyclone, do the following.
3. Throw the dust away to
a bin, plastic bag.
4. Rinse the full set of aqua cyclone.
5. Use the cleaning brush
if it is needed.
6. Let the full set of aqua
cyclone fully dried in the
shade.
7. Put the assembled
cyclone into the main
body.
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Cleaning the dust pack
When to clean the dust pack
• When suction is noticeably reduced continuously.
• When the sponge is heavily polluted.
1. Remove the dust bin
and the dust pack as
shown.
2. Remove the fixed frame
and open the dust pack
cover.
3. Separate the sponge
from the dust pack.
4. Wash the sponge and
the filter inside the dust
pack with water.
5. Let the sponge and
filter dry in the shade for
more than 12 hours.
6. Put the sponge into the
dust pack carefully.
8. Place the assembled
dust pack from the
bottom of the dust pack
space first and push it
to the main body.
9. Put the assembled
cyclone into the main
body.
click!
7. Close the dust pack
cover and check the
fixed frame locked
property.
Make sure that the dust pack filter is changed once a year. If you use a vacuum cleaner
very often, resource filter can be reduced. In this case it is recommended to change the
filter with greater frequency.
Try to keep the dust pack clean constantly. Regularly check its condition. Ignoring this
requirement can lead to motor and body overheating, failure and reduce the service life
of the appliance.
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Changing the outlet filter
2. Separate the HEPA filter
from inside of the main
body.
4. Put the new HEPA
filter to the main body
carefully.
5. Put the cover on the
main body from the
bottom of the case
and lock ( ) the cover
properly.
3. Changing the used filter
to new HEPA filter.
03maintain
1. Turn the locks in
clockwise ( ) to open
the cover.
Make sure that the outlet filter is changed once a year. If you use a vacuum cleaner very
often, resource filter can be reduced. In this case it is recommended to change the filter
with greater frequency.
Regularly check its condition. Ignoring this requirement can lead to body overheating,
failure and reduce the service life of the appliance.
Change the battery (Optional)
1. When the vacuum cleaner does not work, replace the
batteries. If the problem persists, please contact our
authorized dealer.
2. Use 2 batteries of size AAA.
caution
1. Never disassemble or recharge the batteries.
2. Never heat up the batteries or throw them into fire.
3. Do not reverse (+), (-) poles.
4. Dispose of the batteries property.
BATTERY TYPE : AAA Size
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troubleshooting
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
Motor downs and does
not start.
• Check cable, plug and socket.
• Leave to cool.
Suction force is gradually
decreasing.
• Check for blockage and remove.
Cord does not rewind
fully.
• Pull the cord out 2~3m and push down the cord rewind button.
Vacuum cleaner downs,
does not pick up dirt
• Check hose and replace if required.
Water leakage from the
dust bin.
• Check rubber packing inserted tightly at the upper part.
• Check rubber packing to the lever at the bottom of the dust
bin.
Excessive water drops
from the inside of the
body.
• Some droplets on the inside body are to be expected.
Please dry the aqua cyclone fully.
Dirty water comes out
of the top of the main
body
• Check the filter is located properly.
• If the amount of water becomes excessive, check if water
inside dust bin is over the max line and make the water level is
under the max line.
Water comes out from
the back cover.
• Check the water level of the aqua cyclone.
• Please operate the vacuum cleaner without the aqua cyclone
until water does not come out from the back cover.
Low or decreasing
suction.
• Please check filters. If required clean it as illustrated in the
instruction. If filters are out of conditions, change them to new
one.
Body overheating
• Please check filters. If required clean it as illustrated in the
instruction.
Static electricity
discharge
• Please decrease power suction.
Unpleasant smell during
vacuuming
• Please note that there may be a slight smell during vacuuming
when the cleaner is new (4-5 days).
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