Progress | PC2105 | User manual | Progress PC2105 User Manual

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PC2100
PC2101
PC2102
PC2108
PC2109
PC2110
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*depends on the model
modell−abhänging
suivan le modéle
depende del modelo
depende do modelo
a seconda del modello
hangt van het model af
modelltől függően
w zależności od wersji
zavisno od modela
v závislosti od verzie
záleží na provedení
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PROGRESS PC 2100, 2101, 2102, 2108, 2109, 2110
DESCRIPTION
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Suction inlet
Dustbag full indicator
Variable power control (PC 2102,
2109, 2110)
On/off switch
Cable rewind button
Wheel
Dustbag compartment
Carrying handle
Compartment open button
Hose
Plastic tubes(PC 2101, 2108)
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Metal tubes (PC 2100, 2102, 2109)
Telescopic tube (PC 2110)
Floor nozzle (PC 2100, 2101)
Dual purpose floor nozzle (PC 2102, 2108,
2109, 2110)
Upholstery nozzle (PC 2102, 2108, 2109,
2110)
Crevice nozzle
Dustbag
Clothbag (PC 2100, 2101, 2102)
Horizontal parking
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
! Read this instruction booklet carefully.
! Before using the appliance, check that the mains power voltage corresponds to the voltage shown on the rat−
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! Do not switch the appliance on if it appears to be faulty in any way or it has a damaged cord or plug. Do not
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try to repair the appliance by yourself. For repairs or accessories, contact Electrolux
Customer Services on 08706 055 055.
Always remove the plug from the power socket when the appliance is not in use and before carrying out any
cleaning or maintenance operations.
Never leave the appliance unattended when it is switched on. Keep the appliance out of reach of children.
This appliance is for domestic use only. Use as described in this instruction booklet.
Do not pull the appliance by the cord. Do not unplug by pulling on the cord.
Do not use appliance on wet surfaces or to vacuum liquids, mud, ash and burning cigarette butts. Do not vac−
uum up any highly flammable or explosive substances or gases.
Do not unplug the vacuum cleaner with wet hands.
Do not operate the vacuum cleaner too close to heaters and radiators, stoves etc.
Before you start using the vacuum cleaner, please remove large or sharp objects from the floor to prevent
damage to the cloth dustbag.
INSTRUCTIONS FORUSE
! Before placing into operation make certain that the filters are in the proper position.
! Before using the appliance, unwind a sufficient length of cable and insert the plug into the power socket. A
YELLOW mark on the power cable shows the ideal cable length. Do not extend the cable beyond the
REDmark.
! Press the ON/OFF button to switch the appliance on. It is advisable to set the power control to MIN before
switching on the appliance (PC 2102, 2109, 2110).
! To rewind the power cable, press the rewind button with foot, and guide the cable with hand to ensure that it
does not whip causing damage.
! By moving the variable power control, the suction power can be adjusted. (PC 2102, 2109, 2110).
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PROGRESS PC 2100, 2101, 2102, 2108, 2109, 2110
MAINTENANCE
REPLACING THE DUSTBAG
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Always operate the cleaner with the dustbag installed.
If you forget to attach the dustbag or attach it in the wrong manner, the dust cover may not close completely.
After removing the flexible hose, open the front cover (fig. 21).
Remove the support of the bag.
Remove the dustbag and insert a new one (fig. 22).
Close the cover by pressing down until it clicks (fig. 21).
Dustbag reference number Menalux T210.
Dustbag reference number Progress−P67 (PC 2110).
TEXTILE DUST BAG
! Remove the textile bag from the holder (fig. 23).
! Slide the plastic clip away from the bag to open and empty (fig. 23−24).
! Replace the plastic clip ensuring that both sides of the bag are parallel (fig. 23).
! Replace the bag into the holder (fig. 23).
Note: The bag may be washed in luke warm water and dried completely. It should not be washed in
washing machine (fig. 25).
! Close the cover by pressing down until it clicks (fig. 21).
REPLACING THE FILTERS
! The dustbag must be replaced if the window of the dustbag full indicator is completely red when the cleaner is
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operating at maximum power and the nozzle is raised from the floor.
Filters should be replaced at least twice a year or when they become visibly soiled.
Always operate the cleaner with filters installed to avoid reduced suction.
Disconnect from electrical outlet before changing the filters.
Do not use a washing machine to rinse filters.
Pull dustbag upward and remove the motor protection filter with grill (fig. 27).
Remove the filter from the grill (fig. 28).
Rinse the filter under tap water and dry it completely. (fig. 29)
Place the filter back into the grill and put it back into the cleaner. (fig. 28)
Open the filter grill to remove the exhaust filter (fig. 30).
Take the filter out of the grill (fig. 31).
Rinse the filter under tap water and dry it completely. (fig. 33)
Place the filter back into the grill. (fig. 32)
Close the filter grill (fig. 30).
PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT
! Attempt to recycle packaging material and old appliances.
! The cardboard packaging can be placed in the waste paper collection.
! Deposit the plastic bag made of polyethylene (PE) at the PE collection point for recycling.
Recycling the Appliance at the end of its life:
! The plastic components all carry a material identification marking so that, like the other materials, they can
recycled at the end of the life of the appliance.
! Please inquire with your local authority.
Blocked air flow and dirty filters:
! The cleaner stops automatically if a blockage occurs in the nozzle/tube/hose or if the filters are blocked with dirt.
! Disconnect from mains and allow the cleaner to cool for 20−30 minutes. Remove blockage and/or clean filters.
! Restart the cleaner.
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