Hoover | TE70_EN26001 | Hoover TE70_ID30001, TE70_EN26001 User manual

Hoover TE70_ID30001, TE70_EN26001 User manual
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Do not spray with or pick up flammable liquids, cleaning
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAFE USE
This appliance should only be used for domestic cleaning,
as described in this user guide. Please ensure that this
guide is fully understood before operating the appliance.
Do not run over the power cord when using your appliance
or remove the plug by pulling on the power cord.
Do not continue to use your appliance if it appears faulty.
Do not leave the appliance plugged in. Always switch off
and remove the plug from the socket after use, or before
cleaning the appliance or any maintenance task.
HOOVER service: To ensure the continued safe and efficient
operation of this appliance we recommend that any servicing
or repairs are only carried out by an authorised HOOVER
service engineer.
This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years
and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if
they have been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the
hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by
children without supervision.
Do not stand on or wrap the cord around arms or legs when
using your appliance.
Do not use the appliance to clean animals or people.
Do not position the appliance above you when cleaning the
stairs.
If the power cord is damaged stop using the appliance
immediately. To avoid a safety hazard, an authorised
HOOVER service engineer must replace the power cord.
Use only attachments, consumables or spares recommended
or supplied by HOOVER.
The Environment
The symbol on this appliance indicates that this appliance may not be treated
as household waste. Instead it must be handed over to the applicable collection
point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. Disposal must
be carried out in accordance with local environmental regulations for waste
disposal. For more detailed information about treatment, recovery and recycling
of this appliance, please contact your local city office, your household and waste disposal
service or the shop where you purchased the appliance.
Static electricity: some carpets can cause a small build up of
static electricity. Any static discharge is not hazardous to health.
This appliance complies with the European Directives 2006/95/EC, 2004/108/EC
and 2011/65/EU.
Keep hands, feet, loose clothing and hair away from rotating
brushes.
Do not use your appliance out of doors or on any wet surface
or for wet pick up.
HOOVER Limited, Pentrebach, Merthyr Tydfil, Mid Glamorgan, CF48 4TU, UK
Do not pick up hard or sharp objects, matches, hot ashes,
cigarette ends or other similar items.
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Using your cleaner
Getting to know your cleaner
A.
Cleaner main body
B.
On/Off Button
C.
Cord Rewind Button
D.
Variable Power Control*
E.
Bag Check Indicator
F.
Bag Door Release Latch
G.
Bag Door
H.
Pre-motor Filter
I.
Exhaust Filter
J.
Exhaust Filter Cover
K.
Accessories door
L.
Hose Handle
M.
Suction Regulator*
N.
Hose
O.
Telescopic Tube*
P.
Q.
Q.
Telescopic Tube Adjuster*
Carpet and Floor nozzle(GP)**
Q1. Carpet Nozzle (CA)**
Q2. Hard Floor Nozzle (HF)**
R.
Floor Type Selector
S.
Crevice Tool
T.
Furniture Nozzle
U.
Dusting Brush
V.
Pet Hair Remover Mini Turbo Nozzle*
W.
Allergy Remover Mini Turbo Nozzle*
X.
Grand Turbo Nozzle*
Y.
Hard Floor Caresse Nozzle*
1.
Extract Power Cord and plug it into the power supply. Do not pull the cord beyond
the red marker. [5]
2. Adjust the Telescopic Tube* to the desired height by moving the Telescopic Tube
Adjusters* up and raise or lower the handle to the most comfortable cleaning
position. [6]
3. Carpet and Floor Nozzle**: Press the floor type selector pedal on the nozzle [7] to
select the ideal cleaning mode for the floor type.
Hard Floor – Brushes are lowered to protect the floor.
Carpet – Brushes are raised for the deepest clean.
4. Switch the cleaner on by pressing the On/Off Button on the cleaner main body. [8]
5. Slide the Variable Power Control* to increase or decrease the suction. [9]
6. Adjust the suction regulator* to the desired level. [10]
7. Switch off at the end of use by pressing the On/Off Button. Unplug and press the
Cord Rewind Button to wind the power cord back into the cleaner.[11]
8. Parking and Storage - The tube can be parked for temporary storage [12] while in
use, or in the storage position when not in use. [13]
Cleaner maintenance
Replacing the Dust Bag
If the Bag Check Indicator is illuminated please check and if necessary, replace the dust bag.
1. Lift the bag door release latch [14] to open the bag door, close the bag to avoid dust
escaping by pulling the tongue and remove the bag. [15] The full dust bag should
be disposed of correctly and carefully.
2. Fold a new bag as shown on the bag and fit by inserting the collar into the bag
holder [16].
3. Close the Bag door.
Remember: The bag check indicator may be red if an obstruction has occurred. In this
case, refer to ‘Removing a Blockage From the System’.
Cleaning the Filter
To maintain optimum performance of your cleaner, please wash the pre-motor filter and
exhaust filter after each 5 bag changes.
Assembling your Cleaner
Cleaning the pre-motor filter:
Remove all components from the packaging.
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3.
Connect the hose to the cleaner main body, ensuring it clips and locks into position.
To release the hose: simply press the two latches on the hose end and pull. [2]
Connect the handle to the upper tube end. [3]
Connect the tube lower end to the carpet and floor nozzle**. [4]
*Certain Models Only ** Certain models only, nozzles may vary according to model
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Lift the Bag Door Release latch [14] to open the bag door and remove the bag.[15]
To remove the pre-motor filter slide the pre-motor filter frame from the cleaner. [17]
Remove the filter from the holder. [18]
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Wash it in hand warm water, [19] and allow it to dry thoroughly before replacing it
in the cleaner.
The other nozzles are accessories for specialist cleaning tasks and are recommended
for occasional use only.
Cleaning the exhaust filter:
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2.
It is important to note that this vacuum cleaner is supplied with an Energy Label as required by European Regulation (EU) 665/2013.
To remove the exhaust filter, unclip the exhaust filter cover [20] and remove the
exhaust filter pack.[21]
Wash the filter in hand warm water [19] and allow it to dry thoroughly before
replacing in the cleaner.
If the label shows a red prohibition circle on the left covering the carpet symbol, then this
indicates that the vacuum cleaner is not suitable use on carpets.
If the label shows a red prohibition circle on the right covering the hard floor symbol, then
this indicates that the vacuum cleaner is not suitable for use on hard floors.
Remember: Do not use hot water or detergents. In the unlikely event of the filters
becoming damaged, fit a genuine Hoover replacement. Do not try and use the product
without a dust bag or filter fitted.
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NOTE: Dust pick up ability carpet, dust pick up ability hard floor, and energy efficiency
in accord with Commission Regulations (EU) 665/2013 and (EU) 666/2013.
Cleaning the permanent cloth dust bag* :
The Crevice tool, Furniture nozzle and Dusting brush are stored on board under the
accessories door [22]
All accessories can be fitted to the end of the handle or the end of the Telescopic* Tube.
To maintain optimum performance we recommend that you wash the permanent cloth
dust bag under hand warm water after every 5 full bags. Remove excess water and leave
to dry fully before replacing.
Crevice Tool – For corners and hard to reach areas. [23]
Furniture Nozzle – For soft furniture and fabrics. [24]
Dusting Brush – For bookshelves, frames, keyboards, etc. [25]
Removing a Blockage From The System:
If the Bag Check Indicator is red:
1. Check if the bag is full. If so refer to ‘Replacing The Dust Bag’.
2. If it is not full, then;
A.
Do the filters need cleaning? If so refer to ‘Cleaning the Filter’.
B.
Check if there is any other blockage in the system - Use a rod or a pole to remove
any blockage from Telescopic Tube or flexible hose.
Pet Hair Remover Turbo Nozzle* - Use the mini turbo nozzle on stairs or for deep
cleaning on textile surfaces and other hard to clean areas. Particularly suitable for pet
hair removal. [1V]
Allergen Remover Mini Turbo Nozzle* – Use the mini turbo nozzle on stairs or for
deep cleaning on textile surfaces and other hard to clean areas. Particularly suitable for
allergen removal. [1W]
Grand Turbo Nozzle* - Use the Grand Turbo Nozzle for deep cleaning on carpets. [1X]
Hard Floor Caresse Nozzle* - For parquet floors and other delicate floors. [1Y]
Warning* : The bag check indicator will remain illuminated if the cleaner is used when
the bag is full, if there is a blockage or if the filters are dirty. If used for a period over
ten minutes with the bag check indicator illuminated, an electronic cut out will switch
the cleaner off to prevent any risk of overheating. If this should happen, switch the
cleaner off, unplug and correct the fault (see ‘Removing a blockage’). The cut out will
automatically reset upon switching the cleaner back on.
IMPORTANT: Do not use the Grand Turbo Nozzle on rugs with long fringes, animal hides and
carpet pile deeper than 15mm. Do not keep the nozzle stationary while the brush is rotating.
Accessories and nozzles
User checklist
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To obtain the best performance and energy efficiency
it is recommended that the
correct nozzles are used for the main cleaning operations. These nozzles are indicated
in the diagrams by the letters GP, HF or CA.
Should you have a problem with the product, complete this simple user checklist before
calling your local Hoover service.
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A nozzle type GP can be used to clean both carpet and hard floor.
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A nozzle type HF is suitable for use only on hard floor.
A nozzle of type CA is suitable for use only on carpet.
*Certain Models Only ** Certain models only, nozzles may vary according to model
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Is there a working electricity supply to the cleaner? Please check with another
electrical appliance.
Is the dust bag over-filled? Please refer to ‘Cleaner Maintenance’.
Is the filter blocked? Please refer to ‘Cleaner Maintenance’.
Is the hose or nozzle blocked? Please refer to ‘Removing a blockage from the system’.
Has the cleaner overheated? If so, it will take approximately 45 minutes for the cut
out to automatically reset.
Important information
Hoover spares and Consumables
Always replace parts with genuine Hoover spares. These are available from your local
Hoover dealer or direct from Hoover. When ordering parts always quote your model
number.
Quality
Hoover’s factories have been independently assessed for quality. Our products are made
using a quality system which meets the requirements of ISO 9001
Your Guarantee
The guarantee conditions for this appliance are as defined by our representative in the
country in which it is sold. Details regarding these conditions can be obtained from the
dealer from whom the appliance was purchased. The bill of sale or receipt must be
produced when making any claim under the terms of this guarantee.
Subject to change without notice.
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